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J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxxv STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 26 1907 NO 16 7 Church Dedication at Grovel Just ono year ago April 21st tho holy Spirit sent mo to this people I was a stranger and they took mo in Si We asked God to help us build Him u house or rather finish tho ono nlrcadj commenced and after a years Btruj gle on last Lords day morning the sun lookedout from his wintcrquartora and t gave us tho benefit of his smiling fnce It was u lovely day and at nn early hour tho People begun gathering from every t point and by 11 A M there wero about 800 on tbo ground Rev Dr Roddy off Harrodsburg and Rev J W Edwards of Parksvlllo came up and at 12 oclock j tho beautiful building completed and every dollar pall was set apart to the worship of Him Who gave it It has boon a very hard struggle from first to finish with pastor and pooplu For though rich in grace they wero poor In purse Thanks bo to God and tho many who have helped us The churches that have helped for I cant mention the many individuals are as follows Per ryville Iii Hustonville 5 Danville 25 Harrodiburg 10 Pleasant Point 10 Stanford 11 Wayncsburg 1020 Bruncrs 6 Doctors Fork Durum 10 Forks of Dix River Ii Mt lie bron 6 Shawnee Hun 6 Cornish ville secretary State B Dr How f 75 But tho last 60 we raised Is deserving of especial mention as it wad in r deed a trial of tho pastors faith On April 1st the bottom of every puree seemed to have been reached My peo pIe were forced with their pastor to their knees for failure to dedicate at tho appointed time April 21st seemed imminent So we cried to tho Almighty for help and thank God ho answer el The primary department of tho Dan yule Sunday school gave 8 Harrods hurt church nddcd 10 Dr Dnvnon Stanford Mn Dr Acton Klnga yule 1t H II Singleton Waynostrarv 11 Dr Singleton McKinney La dies Aid Society of Stanford Baptist church fC Mn Will Stone X St Aiaph Hotel lobby per J C Hold and others 3 friends on streets of Stan fore as I was starting 52 I loft Stanford a little weak In faith 16 short of dedication and had said would not take up a collection Reached McKinney nothing reached Klngtvilla met lira Watts handshake and 10 Praise the Lord toNow only 6 more I mot lire John FAtes and after handshake 5 Oh how my heart rejoiced All ready and no collection We had an all day meeting Ladles provided a sumptuous repast for tho outer man A young couplo wanted to got married and the pastor made them happy in short order Two joined the church Everybody was happy The sun was smiling Dr Roddy was at his best and last but not least n thank of fering of 16 for missions and church extension was rallied To God bo all tho glory R R NOBI Pastor Cured of Rheumatism Mr Win Henry of Chattanooga Tttnu had rheumatism in his loft arm The strength deemed to have gone out of tho musoloH so that it was use less for work ho says I applied Chamberlains Pain Hahn and wrap lCd tho arm In flannel at night and to my relief I found that tho pain gradually loft mo and tho strongh returned In three weeks tho rheumatism had disappeared and has not slnto re turned II If troubled with rheumatism j try n few applications of Pain Balm You aro certain to bo ploasod with the 1reliof which it a 0 Ill s For sale by 4 glsts w- Tho oldest enlisted man on tho rolls of the United States army Is Sergeant David Robertson of tho hospital corps stationed on Grovernors Island He is t a native Scotchman first enlisted May 27 1851 and ho has been In continu Otis service having tho oxtraordinary record of never having lost a day Ho is seventy four yours of age An Insidious Danger Ono 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 Foloya Kldnoy Cure at tho first sign of trouble as It corrects Irregu t larities and prevents Brlghta disease and diabetes 0 L Penny Georgo E Taylor who ran for Presi dent three years ago on tho National Liberty Party platform is at present u member of tho police force of Ot tumwa Iowa Men like water generally seek their love Bourbon county is overrun with rats just as tho county voted against local option Maybe they deserted tho i Scott county sinking ship Frankfort Journal April frosts So they say ttDont bring nuthln in May- Bristol Va went dry 207 The Convention at Somerset The C W B7M7 Auxiliaries and Christian Bible Schools of the 10th dis trict never had a more interesting enthusiastic and devout convention than that which met at Somerset April 17 19 As tho C W B M program occupied Wednesday afternoon 17th Wednesday evening and Thursday morning tho Bible schools hell their sessions Thursday afternoon Thursday evening and Friday morning Somersets hospitality quito rivalled that of tho Blue Grass had the peo plo of the convention were mado to feel that they were a help and blessing to Somersets citizens as well as u pleas uro Miss Elkin of Lancaster ns district manager of the C W B M anti C E Tate of Stanford as president of Bible Schools deserve special con gratulation nail compliment on their en joyablo and helpful program which among other interesting shorter talks and discussions Included most able addresses by Mro L M Omer Stanford Mrs Mary Walden Danville Mrs Ynncoy Lexington F M Tinder Lan caster L M Omcr Stanford C W F Daniels Hustonville R M Hop kins State S S Evangelist O P Mc Mahan of Somerset and II W Elliott State evangelist Talks on tho Centen nial enterprise and rcmimsccnsos ofour pioneer preachers proved Interesting and emotional features of tho conven tionIncluding parties of 10 or more each from Hustonville and Stanford togeth er with smaller delegations from other places in tho district perhaps more than 60 delegates attended tho conven tion and all wore enthusiastic in Ita praises In 1003 those conventions will meet at Lancaster Ky April 17 MATRIMONIAL Dr Glories CarTer is under arrest at Marshall Mich He is charged with having 17 wives By the DodgRockofoll4rweddlng in New York recently two fortunes ag gregating 80000000 wore united Miss Noll Rhoror youngest daughter of Judge and Mrs M H Rhoror and Don K Price both of Middlosboro were married in that city Rev and Mrs Golon II Rout of Ver sallies celebrated tho COth anniversary of their marriage Tuesday Rev Rout Is a cousin of Mr John W Rout of this place who by tho way attended tho marriage a half century ago He was the only Rout present and his daughter Miss Sue Rout was tho only Rout who attended tho wedding cole qration Rov Rout has been pastor of the Presbyterian church at Versailles for 15 years EUREKA I Yes I Have Found It at Last Found what Why that Chamber lains Salvo cures eczema and all man nor of itching of tho skin I have been allltotod for many years wltn skin illsonse I had to get up three or four limos every night and wash with cold water to allay tho terrible Itching but since using this salvo In December 1005 tho itching has stopped and has not troubled 1II0mdor John T Ong Icy ItoolvlllH 1a For sale by all druggists Tho Bureau of Ethnology at Washing is proposing to send scientific par tied to Africa to study the progenitors of the American Negro on their native heaths and his origin and development before ho came into contact with civil ization Congress will bo asked for authority and money to carry out the project There has never been a case of ty phoid fever or appendicitis known to develop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used con stantly because it keeps tho whole sys tem in perfect order Do not be imposed upon There are imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on tho mar ket ask your druggist for Whites gen uine Diamond Brand Tho United States is coining annually about 300000000 in gold Great Jritian nearly 00000000 Australa sip a little moro than Great Britian France about 35000000 Germany about 25000000 and Japan moro than 30000000 Dosing the r tomach doesnt cure ea tarrh of tho head Drcatho Uyomol and Its healing medication goes to tho very place whore tho catarrh germs ire and destroys them Complete out ItSl G L Penny sells on guarun tooMmo Sarah Bernhardt saysshe has found tho secret of eternal youth If she will patent it and put it on tho market tho old maids will rise up call her blessed and pour lucre in her lap Strengthens the digestive organs and cures Indigestion If Mona falls to do this tho cost OOo a box will be refunded by G L Penny u1o IIc L NEWS NOTES Radford Va voted dry The widow of Speaker Crisp is dead at Americus Ga Wilbur Adkins formerly a well known Louisville newspaper man died at Brooklyn N Y Jim Patrick was fatally injured and three other men were bacjly hurt in a fight In a church near Grayson Four men riding down Capo Fear river in a scow were swept over Buck ham Fulls N C and drowned Anna Davis of Moysville went to sleep with her pipe in her mouth Her clothing caught from it and she was burned to death Cardinal Gibbons In an interview New t Orleans has reiterated his belief and satisfaction in tho separation of Church and State Severe volcanic eruptions continue In the southern part of Chile The town of Valdavia is covered with ashes and overhung with clouds Severe volcanic eruptions continuo in the southern part of Chile The town of Valdavia is covered with ashes and overhung with clouds Tho death is announced in London of Judge John Edmund Wentworth Ad dison lie was the prosecuting counsel in tho famous Maybrick case Mrs Martha Lfllard wife of tho late Ephraim Liilard ono of time best beloved women of Anderson county is critically ill at her home near Lawrenceburg Fiftythree men out of a venire of 100 summoned to try a murder case in St Louis wore excused for expressing their belief in the unwritten law Webster 5ountya majority for tho drys was 1918 The wets only polled 6SG votes They saw that they were up against it and made no fight Judge F W Loving of Lynchburg Va shot and killed Theodore Betes a young man who had drugged and as saulted the formers lOyuarokl daugh terTh revival of Clevelands street railway fight WM signalised by the is suance of an injunction against Mayor Johnson and the Forest City Railway officials A Philadelphia Quakeress Miss Anna T Jeanne has given a million dollars for tho establishment of a fund for the rudimentary education of Negroes in the South The Postmaster General has made an order forbidding postmasters to allow the department funds to be used by banks as assets or to be mingled with the regular deposits By a majority of at least 2000 votes tho citizens of Webster county decided against open saloons in that county A fairly light vote was polled and the liquor side was simply swamped Gov Beckham commuted to life imprisonment in the State penitentiary the death sentence imposed on Ed alias Babe Brown colored who was to have been hanged in Louisville today Believing that ho had killed his six teenyearold son who was lying in tho front room of his home unconscious from a blow struck by the father Will lam Milton of Scott county blew out his brains Jack the tenyearold child of Thomas Sliger of Boyd county was choked to death by getting his head caught in the noose of u halter rope attached to a colt Tho animal dragged tho child about tho barnyard until life was extinct James Gilbert of Murray swallowed poison with suicidal intent and while undor the Influence of the drug rode on tho blind baggage from Memphis to Fulton where he was found and take to u hospital lIe died several hours laterSam Robb Ireland onco a bodyguard for President McKinley and who wa run out of France after teaching Frenchmen to play poker is dead in Washington lie was born in Ashland and his body has been taken there for burial Delphin M Dclmas and W II Mc Pike visited Dr Charles G Wagner in Binghamton N Y and the visit a report that an effort would be mad to take tho Thaw case to Binghamton for its second trial This was denied by Mr Jerome and Mr partridge in New York Tho question of whether it went wet or dry in tho recent local option election will hold Owensboro in uspense until tho courts can make final decision While tno city itself went wet by 442 majority tho county in which it is situated went dry by moro than 1600 votes How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of tho bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is mild and pleas ant to take Refuse substitutes U L Penny a IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Henry Tharp of Richmond was kill ed at Wilmoro while braking on a freightProf M 0 Winfrey will deliver un address to tho graduates of Union College Barbourville tonight There are 25 graduates In the suit of Logan Evans ndminls trator against the C N 0 T P railroad damage of 7500 was award ed tho plaintiff at Somerset Evans was killed by a train at Flat Rock Two dogs belonging to Walter Jack son a Knox county farmer wero tried in a magistrates court on tho charge of killing sheep and were sentenced to be executed They have been out on bond The sentence will be curried out by a deputy sheriff The dogs aro very valuable the owner refusing an offer of 100 for ono a few weeks ago says a has been received that as a re sult of the visit of Messrs Logan Murray and Shuttleworth to New York Danvillo will soon have the largest wo mens college in the South Andrew Carnegie promised them that ho would give the last 20000 of tho 80000 to bo raised for extending the scope of Caldwell College The Presbyterian churches have already raised 50000 and but 10000 now remains to be se cured to get Mr Carnegies gilt Judge W C Bell made an important ruling In the Circuit Court hero yester day when ho held in the case of the Commonwealth against about 80 con cerns in penal actions for not having tho word Incorporated upon their advertisements etc that in all cases where the corporation was a resident of Kentucky which is tho case in the majority of the prosecution that the suit must bo filed against such corporations In the county where it has iU principal place of business and under this ruling all of the Louis ville and Lexington business houses will be relieved from the 600 penalty claim ed by tho Commonwealth in tho suits against them No ruling has yet been mado in cases whore the corporation Is a nonresident of tho State of Kentucky but doing business in the State The Commonwealth will appeal from the above rulingDanville News Special Judge L Frank Johnson has just returned from Mt Vernon where he presided for the past month on the bench of tho Rockcastlo Cir cuit Court under appointment of tho Governor in a number of cases in which the regular judge was disquali fied Mr Johnson sat in court there previously and each time ho returns moro than ever pleased with the little mountain town Ho declares that nev er before has he met away from Frank fort such hospitable wholesouled and lovable people as Mt Vernon holds and his stay there was most delightful His association with the lawyers of tho local bar was most agreeable and other reports from there are to the effect that Judge Johnson mado a splendid impression upon tho legal lights of that county Tho Common wealths Attorney said to have as serted that he never served under a judge who suited him better Mr Johnson is said to have been offered election to tho judgeship by Republi cans and Democrats alike if he would consent to make his home there Frankfort Journal MIDDLEBURG Our farmers are ready to plant corn but are waiting for better weather Sheriff Wells had a pretty close call Smithnat Grove Smith took to his heels and shot back at the sheriff as ho ran tho ball passing uncomfortably close to Mr headsEverett Moore a young man of the McKinney section was brought here Tuesday charged with striking a small boy named Foley He confessed to the charge and was given n fine of 15 and 25 days In the county jail Bob Way man deputy jailer came up and took him to Liberty thisesection went ness tho dedication of the Baptist church Misses Mary Bryant Mollie Tilford Lynn Hansford LIlHo Wells Bottle Royalty Annie Sharp Nannio Adams Bessie Lee Mrs lichen Carter and Messrs James Dryo W C Bry ant Willie Watkins R B Young Stanley McIntosh and Jason Lawhorn Kingsvillo was also well represented Among tho number we noticed Robert Rigncy and wife Mrs George Rignoy Dr J M Acton Arthur Murphy Dan iel Boone Flint Dan Hester and wife Wnyncsburg also had a sprinkle of representatives as did other portions of Lincoln county This May Interest You No one is Immune from Kidney trouble so just remember that Foleya Kidney Cure will stop the lrrcgularl ties and cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble that Is not beyond the roach of mcdlolne G L Penny b ill2h JIMiI EVERY ONE A WINNER timeIfreoIOIl1youbutSAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY n QD h w 4 Brown Pivot Beam Rid= ing Cultivator DIRECT PRESSURE Balancing Lover secures comfort for both operator and team Powerful Leverage on foot treadles makes easy work for the operator Quick action in dodgiug crooked hilts of corn makes it Buporior to any thing on tho market Try One And Be Convinced W H HIGGINSI I have just received a large shipment of the famous PEERLESS ICE CREAM FREEZ ERS They make your CREAM quicker and better than any other in the world Try it o4 GEORGE H HARRIS Musical Instruments Having purchased the business of J B Finlay wo am furnish you with everything in tho mus heal line Grnphophoue all prices String In struments all kinds Sheet Music Records Etc Pianos nnd Pianolas of the best makes HUGH MURRAY The JewelerDANVILLE KY ijad You Thought of This If n spark should blow under your old dry shingle roof had you thought of the consequences and what it might menu to you If you have u TIN ROOF there is no danger from fire starting on tho roof and it will last twice as long as any shingle you can get these days and cost very littlo wore Give mo a trial and I will please you S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber r r The Interior Journal E C WALTON JT ROBERTS Ii candidate for MnRlstrnte In the Crnb Orcbanl Magisterial District subject to the aottonottlledemocrntlcpnrtyJOHN It n candidate for Jnllcr of county subject to the action of the Democratic party M BRUCE II n cnllllllintn for Jailer of Lincoln county of tho Jtll110Crllt pllrtIJAMES C HAYS countysublcct DCALLEN Ii n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject lothn actIon of tin JVinocmllu party THE Ovvonsboro Messenger notes what most of us have noticed that convictions and acquittals in courts go by terms At some of them nearly t every man put on trial is convicted At others the conviction is the excep tion At the last term of the Daviess Circuit Court nearly every man charged with crime was convicted At others the conviction is the exception At the present term tho paper says there has hardly been a conviction secured in a contested case of any kind pvery man charged with crime from murder to chicken stealing was acquitted by the juries who tried him The climax was reached when Ed Eubanks told the jury how he and two others had robbed one of their neighbors of five turkeys and after hearing his confess ion the jury returned a verdict of not guilty to A T SILER of Williamsburg was nominated for Railroad Commissioner by republicans in convention assembled at Mt Sterling He had no opposition The resolutions passed endorse Presi dent Roosevelt in strong terms and also endorsed the candidacy of a man who would carry out his policies No reference was made to the senatorial or gubernatorial race The convention was strictly for Willson for the nomina tion for governor and he would have received an endorsement had he desir ed OWING to the bitterness engendered in the race making it possibly Impossible for either to win Judge C C Givens and Judge R B Bradley candi dates for the Democratic nomination for Representative from Hopkins coun ty have withdrawn from the race leaving no one seeking the nomination Both agreed not to reenter the race It is rare that men will shelve their ambitions for the success of the party and the action of these gentlemen should be emulated GOY HUGHES has flatly refused to nurse his presidential boom To all efforts to induce him to say something that might aid the Hughes shouters he has replied I am attending to my duties as Governor of the State Poll tics are not a factor in my undertakings I am too busy to indulge in speculation about things on which I am not Inform ed I havo made no combination no plans that could be considered ofa politi cal nature LEXINGTON is preparing for the big gest barbecue ever given in Ken tucky It is under the auspices of the American Society of Equity and all of the 43 burley tobacco growing counties are expected to send large delegations According to tne Gazette preparations will be made for 75000 dinners A number of speakers will enliven the hours after Hon W P Kimball has delivered the welcoming address- POLITICAL Secretary Taft has refused to discuss the situation in Ohio or his boom for the presidency The Attorney General of Kansas is to make the most determined effort thatI has ever been made in that State to enforce the prohibition law Beekman Winthrop during the last three years Governor of Porto Rico took tho oath of office in Washington as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Congressman Burnett of Alabama does not share Secretary Tafts opti mism about Cuba and is confident the islanders will never be able to govern themselvesAt end of the 81st ballot for United States Senator the joint as sembly of the Rhode Island Legisla turo finally adjourned without electing any candidate Politics is out of my line now said John W Yerkes to a Washington re porter and I am going to devote all my time to the practice of my profes sion ho added Gov Magoon signed a decree grant ing amnesty to the members of the armed forces of Cuba who have been found guilty ofcommitingoffenses durI ing the recent revolution A number of counties in Ohio have deserted Foraker and gone over to i Taft With tho army of officeholders t and with tfce clamorous herd that want office President Roosevelt is making a grand campaign against Foraker in Ohio and it is rather easy to predict the result First Assistant Postmaster General Hitchcock upon hit return from a trip through tho South says the republicans of that section are Roosevelt men through and through Senator Overman of North Carolina declares in an interview that Southern democrats art not in sympathy with the principle of an Initiative and ref erendum as proposed by Mr Bryan Democratic National Committeemen who care to express nn opinion present time on who the partys standI ardbearer should be in 1003 arc a in declaring for the nomination ofi William J Bryan HUBBLE L P Weaver sold some hogs to T S Elkin at Gc J M Rankin sold some hogs to N M Lawson at 6c The ladies of tho Mothodist church arc having the interior of their house of worship beautified with a new cover ing of paper Some tobacco beds have been resown in the past week growers fearing a shortage in plants Some tobacco men say there will be plenty of plants while others predict a great falling oft in the acreageMr G Hubble our old bachelor friend of this town and Miss Anna An derson of the Hedgcville vicinity were made one in matrimony by Eld F M Tinder at Parksville Wednesday morn ing witnessed by a few close friends after which they took a train for Louisville for a few days bridal trip Every body wishes them well Miss Myrtle Miller will leave this week for Oceola Ark to visit her sister Mrs Walter Mulkey Miss Nell Johnson of Lancaster has been visiting Mrs J C Eubanks Mrs A C Carman is visiting her daughter in Danville Miss Flonnie Hammond went to attend the senior reception at Hamilton College Mrs Mamie Hansel and children have gone to Indianapolis to make that place their future home CHURCHMATTERS Moreland Union Snndayschool donat ed 30 to the Chinese famine sufferers last Sunday Rev II C Garrison and family will return tomorrow from Hcndersonvllle where they have been for the past sev eml months on account of his ill health Danville News Rev Dr M G Buckner has tendered his resignation as pastor of the Chris tion church in Harrodsburg and will shortly leave for Mansfield 0 where he has accepted a call to the pastorate of the First Christian church That he believes the church must render big help in making good citi zens of the flood of human beings pour ing into the United States from foreign shores was the declaration of Rev Aketlthe distinguished English clergy man in his inaugural sermon to the congregation of the Rockefeller Baptist church in New York City of which he has become pastor Rev McLellan returned from Frank fort Saturday after a three weeks meet ing and filled his pulpit Sunday He reports a most successful revival end ing with 87 additions Besides this there were seven confessions at the Penitentiary one evening when he preached there One of his converts was reputed to be the worst man in the prison but he was touched with grace and came forward to confess his faithRichmond Register Here and There The fate of Bill Britton is in the hands of the jury at Lexington Central University defeated Kentucky University by the score of 10 to 5 nt DanvilleA man named Sawyer living in Tennesse near Fulton fatally wound ed Miss Minnie Strong whom he mis took for his sweetheart Thaddeus Ross was shot to death at Oil City Pa by Miss Belle Stroup who afterward committed suicide The murderer and suicide was a former sweetheart of Ross- Investigation was begun by the Franklin county grand jury of the alleged graft by sheriffs in Owen county as charged by the State inspector in his report recently filed with the governor Mrs M C Williams has received word from her brother S R Kennedy that ho has been appointed superinten dent of the St Louis Louisville Divis ion of the Southern Railroad Somer set Times The tobacco factory of W R Wilson In Murray county was destroyed by fire last night the torch being applied by a mob of about twentyfive mounted men who fired several volleys Wilson Is an independent tobacco handler and is a buyer for Rice Bogard of Clarks ville Tenn Whooping Cough I haTe used Chamberlains Cough Remedy In my family in cases of whooping cough and want to toll you that it is the bust medicine I have over nsodW P Gaston Posco Ga This remedy is safe and sure For sale by all druggists Starling Co of Moreland bought of Newell Adams of Milledgeville 12000 pounds of tobacco at 81c straight and of Cobb Tammie of 3oyle15000 pounds at 9c r J W AGY Livery Food and Salo IIStobles rate Hvery rig note sad horse fresh Hlublo in rear of HI AuipU Hotel Hlnnford Ky Ihone Billy Breckinridge The tine block Jack with white points goal or11Mho proven his breeding to be good I will also land n tint Drennon saddle stallion at UU TO 1NHUUK A MVINU KIIJuuILhiyerefuntousokllnnlon duced more tmdillo colts than anyone hor to his ngo Come and see them anti If you anythingllllxrts Creek Ky BLACK HAWK Doming 5 yearn olil heavy bone blnrk with white point lJl bonds high will nerve Jen nets at HiU for Jack colts lloit for Jennet colts inureant JsCU to Insure u living colt Mares imrted with forfeits Insumnee Im tan at KU per mouth Not responsible for Occidents should any occur Tnll and see my Jacks and their jack colts ns well I con show what can do ns on the lIuourllllllntIhow you Instead of telling you I will take pleasure In show lug all mule Jack and Jennet colt pottoIllackJfawk Will nl owrve n few marts free with my high bred colt Independence Chief MorelfliulKy Morgan Denmark This noted stnlllon will mnko tup present Mlisun at 111 KuluuikIablaou till J HII cutter Danville road near Hubble Kynt the low price of PUD to Insure n living colt This noted stnlllon bus more Denmark blood than any living stallion ns will bv sera by reading M pedlgrco Morgan hem mark Will tired by the noted stallion On Time whose trace back to Import ed lledgefonl Morgan Denmark dam llJidy loral1 wn ana of the bivtl saddle and show mures In Kentucky Hue was slatby Htonownll Jackson whose pedigree traces tack to Imported lledgefonl Ior Vlrlllllllll1InMorgan Denmark Is u dark hay fully hands high and Is heavy hull Will wvlgll IUI pounds nwlOnslbieforJAMKS MrKnrilNtKlIubblc Ky Pence Jr Pence Jr will uiaku tho sonson of llfl at burn a mtliu Hint of llrodhemt and miles North of Mt Veruon at IOU to In JatrtdThis excellent stallion II the property of Mr John MHH namore of Lincoln coon ty rullillhllndlPence be by Itloiul ho by Ilelmont he by byAlmontOopPtrbottomlow Ciistehtr UiH ho bv Volunteer 55 Kd IturlowS lot dam by Voburn 2nd dam by n Mambrlno horse ant dant by dllmbyMares grazed nt UOO lr month not re sponsible for accidents or escape should any occur It I HM1TH luau Ky Beau Naboth 45006 byNorvalolItBII1r1puma hy Nambrlno Hlnrllllit 3IIlt SOli of Darlbuy 4ll3rdduin Mury VlUnT by Oil ver thoroughbred Ith dam by Wagner Sib dnu b lniiorted Trashy nth dam by Thornton s lentHer Beau Nnlxith lea hand grantIecdtyfemind itbtlltyIadlgreo1I0d dams side and litho on dam side to the mot desirable thoroughbred crosses Wilt stand ut bunt of Mr Felix White 4 plkontmoneyduobred ui eviieru The helOt penonnl care IIccldelltJ M PKTTtH Htnnford Ky Antecarlo 226 12 rlletHlnlpublic sale First dam Hail storm 8iu son of Mnutbrlnolutchen These two crosses produced The Abbot iniy SddualtnierleimHtnr worldYousponsible for tho fastest gelding two next crosses are responsible for the lustcst its thnnlthorIIIlI1dhighaction Will stand nt 110 to Iniuru n living colt BUCK VARNON oldh5notionwailAll will stand at W F DishonVi farm on Htanfordlureegruzutlhit5 should occur Dishon m Smith I will stand Five Good Stallions And Five Well Bred Jacks at the low price of SIO to Insure a Living Colt The pony JESSE ALVURSON will also make the present season at my barn Bring me a good mare and if tho colt U a good one you neednt pay for it I propose to satisfy you I contend that I anybodyOrassfurnishedto prevent accidents and escapes but not responsible should any occur J K BAUGHMAN Hustonville Ky A Nice Home for Salel lotlinllOrnbOrchunlbllrllllll hill IIItunr onlbulldhtgs IIIHIIII uood sic Abundnnco of elngant fruit Well on buck porch J D HTCKNiiKiioKXtrab Orchard D J SMITH tv motto to tjulck Hales and Mmnl- lInlllt IJ 1lIId Itrlllllllllle IUlIr for II Si brown sugar fur two lit lloxes of 5lntehmCiforSoehtkeaot I oiinxHontifor lOo a Oukes Toilet Hoap Other thing In I Come and try twforo buying litholiprlcomtewand l CILBERTS CREEK KY VJTfE Uig Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Pntu Killer Germ IMoenw linn Uher llloiMt VnallnrlhIUllIlIll BtrruKth Restorer N II Bogie Marksliury Kontnoky- lltneral Agent yy T K trots of Crab orvbnrd Kr time well known twwUHtttr of lion ntttlu ete U now inulr to tftv Ills old mends and lioi to tank many stow ones If you Mauve n hone or mule to sits trnteMiv UM work for UrwM Dud havr tt don right Un also re llioven bin until Ht time rinxmobto prtMW IAllo p Saul iiiNkes aJwclslty of 8ltr t lug Phonv In renldene er B Of chard Exchange Powhatanborso tlmnw yetrs old tat hands high lly the great Dignity are 1st dam 511ga- 1ehyltlenslSdnnlPauline by Almont POT Mt 3rd dam known nn Molten awn n very rat pacer bred by Hiirve Helm nrn 4th dam tliorouKhhreil- Powhiitini lies gnrd style nml action nail fee lino Individual You should sew him liefore you breml Will mike the season of mlliMrnm MpKlnney tut JIUTuINHUitKA llVINftOUlT At Mime IIICtTh Warlleld will stunt nt Its nllli the JIIklOllflUtnrlIt MU II OWKNH McKinney Ky d Notice to Builders I Hchool District No 01 rounty of Lincoln State of Kenturtly Tocontniatorannd builders Doha Is here by jived Unit propo nU forlheerwjtlon of n HChoolliotiM In the nforiMald district will bo rrfel by tho undersigned the olllco of superintendent U Hlngleton In Htnnford whvro plans spoclllentloiisinny Is seen until oeloalc p MOII the of May lit which time the contract will Iw nwnnled to the lowest and twit bidder A land will Iw required for the pyrformnnre of the contract the Unifd reserving the right to rvJeot any or nil bids This the 7th day of April IM J T DtMiiiEliAH Chairman J K BAUGHMAN Illnak Jnck with white point by Turk Ington i Xnpoleon lay hands nnd tine proven a grunt breeder of sugar mule will at 110JOHN totter known at tho Mom Corhrnti inrk lllaek with white points Imods He Is known by nil who have rained and handled his mules for his extra breeding lie will stand flt tI MENEFEE- A liny threeyearold by hatlvldunlwillof siHKHl style mind n nice stand at IT Money due fen colt U foalrd or man traded or purtrd with or bred tootherslock Mares gnixetl at ft Hr month Purr taken to prevent accident but not re ioiislble should nny Mcur Heo this stock nml their colts before you breed It G PirtTUH Prenchersvllle Ky GALTONJ2910 Him by Uiimltcttit WllkesSilS1 with ISI with record front flll to Silt 11 in tiiattml ulro In the world 1coniJ t sire of- JI1l7ayInaumndn9575 IIn1 till ur III the 2z hit Joe sire of the diimofjlt SlTV lalton curries the blood of four leading families Hamblctonlnn Wllke Mambrl Uhlor oral MtrlI American Htnr stylehc0ollslxvrlnudilunlblllL tiMik u 111 otuu2hti5ttwothrrI iIlt trials rrolll l10 to XtK None of them out of a standard hired mare Ills colts haw gone against and defeated the last In hiirneos chute and roadster ring otic of his colts having won n hicitnillscoltsm Inugrtatdrnimmuidniulme bringing the hlghettprlctmlrunny of gelling fur Is un necessary u IIP U no well known ho having suede or hlnteaMins at my plneo Inltou Mile t mile West of hue- lonyllleonthYtrodfordavlllu pike lit Ilk To Insure n Living loll Money Ill mure la tnii is after being bred Iran after April slit Im per month Uun keep mans young colts separate from those tlmtlmvo not culls Phone in rtikldcncu W M HiDD Hustonvlllo Ky Kentucky Squirrel 2623 Vol VI registered KuddlPstnlllon will make time rrnolio Jq lit np IlIrlll In Iluwlaad Kynt Sill 11 INHlltK A LIVIMi COWL Kentucky Is n eomblntHt sUilllon a beautiful Imy one white foul hands weighs IJfU noletlbr Hder 1ntunrnHtnrl by Wood Squirrel tins by Illnck Hiiulrrel 54 lit dam NIII Ilal- dnmr rag 01II hy VuuSlntsrli KJIIII son MIIIr King ht Stayloom llubtalls- Lxhgnnt ll101IWIIII Jlitkttollo by 1Vuai Mqulrrrls let dltlll woe l1Iit liiIge jlIIJtnd that Ith dnUt Eugk IIIrd hy Mon olllthlIIl- Allllltoll P anldam byllatnlct lien mnr nr- rabbt MlIIII wing rat of Dnm nude V hI J5oluirilralimernd hiiii the grant show nun lime by Naxv J by Hertham half brother to the 11111- 111IIIIItllll probbaytlonof KeuUa ky well torniHl told he tmJlr hi size tune to u roinnrknhlo de thistiorfore IxMiklng their mares DANDY JIM black with vlilto fullbrotimerPRINCE WOOD Hlnck Jack white points li hands thrco gearsold Lift ixiunds by black welds Keene of these Ahicksforfeits Insurance not rev OlIllblo for accidents innris grazeil nt tun per month W U UUDUKItAK Ilowland Ky C R I T E RI O NThis on mho collar oi n innnV rant is n gunrnntco of good quality 1Po believe the Criterion today to lie tlio heel built HKADYMADK COAT lyifthigllgrndesSurges Fnncy WIftCtband tho Now nail Hcnutiful Greys nt 815 817J50 and 820 per Suit See thorn nnd you will like them whether you pUrc1I11iOI or not r t H J AtcROBRTS t STANFORD KENTUCKY I 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 fTRAiCLYNE BROS Crab Orchard DruggistsIAt this season of the year we recommend according to our motto Only till II wt for IYI1Ohuculnll olbtn1pmnuulimbrlhueFleshy HrrofuloiiHBoi IH Jt luau fur stock 1rlce oulyttoAN n dresiini for Hor s ot nil kinds lllmullmlllymht Paint Your House I Dont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here t and it certainly wouldadd greatly to its appearance We have the best ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD j DRUG COr- y f y Dont Forget To Look nt our New Tailored Suits New Skirts both Voiles mid Fnncice New Silk Wraps Now Not mid Silk Wnitts Now Vnsh WriUta New Muslin Underwear A FLYER 3G Inch Guarontccil Black Taflotu Silk tlio 8110 quality for BJJo Just the kind fur drop skirts w I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY STANFORD KY Awui 20 190 I SUNSiitNB Finish will make old furniture look like new Pennys Drug- Store J PERSONALS MM D V BALLQUiiuiflUfToror fron 4mumps Mils J C HAYS Ie In Louisville will friends t Mn L It Huaiiog has been quit atok for a tiny or two Ml98 ISAtlBL LUTBfj of Louisville Is the guest of Miss Euln Tottcn Mn R S tfifTLK the popular travelling man was here Wednesday Joie A ULAN of Hustonvillc tho guest of tho Misses Hills FRANK CONN of Paint Lick was the guest of Mrs Mclccna Lawson MR AND MRS II C WRAY have gon to housekeeping on West Mali Street MBSSKS M G AND TIUODOHK HHY HOLDS of Wnyncsburg were hero yesterday Miss Lizzin UuirHT visited the tam ily of her brother Mr John Bright Jr In Somerset MIL It a McIlonERTS of Lancaster f i r was hero yesterday with his brother Mr H J McRobcrU MRS T It BRYAN and little daugh- ter+ Elvis of Owonsboro arc guests of Mrs A W Carpenter J WALTER W SAUNRKHS U deputy cir r cult clerk under James F Holdam and he is making a good one l e K McCLURE and daughters of Hintonvllle wcro tho guests of Mrs CarrSomerset Journal Mn W K WARNER has rented tin McClary property on Highcation Street and move family to it- MEsDAMF q J C COULTER of Casey and C It McCormack of McKinney wcro here shopping yesterday MRS W A TRIBRLB chaperoned number of young peoplo to Wednesday night where had a good time skating MAGRIB MARTIN and daughter Miss Llccio Martin arrived nom var Tenn to attend tho huriaUof the formers brother Mr Eugene Jones WILL SEVERANCE of Stanford has returned homo after a visit hero with Rev Mrs Joo Severance on t East Main street Frankfort Journal MR REUIIBN WILLIAMS was here from McKinney esterday disposing of a his euro for rheumatism The old gentleman is 81 years old but he gets a man 50 T LOCALS I 4oISU today and Saturday Mrs W S Jones CAIIHAGE tomato and other plants for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford CALL and see our lino of parlor tables also mattings and wall paper Tribhl Pence PLEASE bring back heskate keys you have taken from the opera house Stanford Mink Co FOR RUIN Dr J K VanArsdale property on Cut Off street For particulars call on or address It Hughes Stanford RIFF JONES tho McKinney pro duco dealers write us that they sold Gott Co of Lancaster 4000 pounds of poultry last week THE Ladles Aid Society of the Chris Itian church will meet In the lecturo room at 230 Saturday afternoon A full attendance is desired MR A T NUNNBLLEY has had torn jdown tlio blacksmith shop near the do pot by W G McBeo Son and Is putting much better ono Miss ELLEN UALLOUS music class at the Gradentertainmentwill give an ed School Friday evening May 3rd The program will be out in a few days SOMBRSBT is to have a street fair during tho week of May C Tho Hobin son Amusement Co will hold theboards under the auspices of the Odd Fellows Tin Centrals Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices ZION ED PELLEY has withdrawn from tho race for the republican nomi nation for Representative of Casey and Russell counties and clever Sam Rector now has a clear field WALLS had a valued livery 1DOONEbreak her leg Tuesday night tangled up in a barbed wire a fence and was badly hurt that it was 0neceasary to kill her SUNNY Monday soap at Singletons WALLACE SINGLETON sells frosh peanuts and popcorn PURINA chick feed cano and mule seed at W H Higgins SOLID colored linens andLinetts an Star braids for braiding Severance d Son Mns G B PRUITT will havo a groa millinery opening at her store nt More land May 23 and 1 Ladies wishing pretty headgear will do wall to visit hor place of business IIELD Ovnit Anderson Carr an Charles Baughman who assaulted Mon roe Evan also colored Sunday night were hold over to circuit court at the trial Tuesday Baughmans bail wall fixed at 60 and Carts at 30jALL who go to the rink tonight wil have a vote ia tha contest for queen or the carnival to bo given at Walton Opera House as soon as tho now hoof is put in It will bo a good opportunity for you to compliment some friend of yours BILL IIUMtiEn who broke jail at Lancaster some 10 days ago was caught al tho home of his brother Charles Hum her four miles from Lancaster Mon day night and again placed behind tho bars Jones Simpson who escaped at the same time is still at large I II RAMSEY tho wellknown sign painter of Lexington has let a contract for tho building of an opera house in Charleston W Va where Mr Ramsey will establish a new vaudeville theatre Mr R lived hero some 25 years ago and is tho eldest son of Mr W F Ramsey the wellknown butcher IN tho slow race for ladies at the rink Tuesday evening little Miss Lucy Leo Walton won with Miss Sallie Tay lor Woods a close second In the gentle mans speed race Marshall Stone came first and Mr W II Shanks next The crowd was hardly up to the average many of tho skaters no doubt waiting for the new floor AT TUB BAITISI CHURCH IN CRAII ORCHARD The Odd Follows of Crab Orchard Lodge No 108 will celebrate the 88th anniversary on tho night of April 2Cth beginning at 730 oclock lire William Henry Warren of Barbourville who has been twice around the wot Id will be with us and address tho crowd He can talk Odd Fellowship from experience Come and hear him you will enjoy his talk Do not miss It Invitation extended to all J D Anderson R C White R G Pettus committee JONES Eugene Jones son of Mr and Mrs Cyrus M Jones of tho May wood section died at Las Vegas N M Tuesday Some three months ago lie went to the above place hoping that- a chango of climate would prove bone facial and it looked for a while as if he would bo restored to health A chango amo some two weeks however and he had been gradually going down since Fho remains will bo to his late home for birial and they should arrive oday or Saturday at tho latest Deceased was a steady thrifty young nan a consistent member of the Pres jytennn church and wellliked by all Ito was 30 years old and unmarried heat sympathy is felt for the aged parents sisters anal brothers in their treat 1035 4YMCCORMACK Mr William C Mc- Cormack ono of Lincoln countys old ost men tiled at his homo in tho McCor nacks church section Wednesday night or troubles attendant on old ago lie was SO years old in December last and tho greater portion of his long life was pent in this county Deceased was a loxican soldier and his death leaves only two others from this county who ought in the war with Mexico Mr McCormack was a member of tho Christian church for many years and wns a good man and citizen Ills wife died some two years ago buttho following children survive him Mesdames Robert Hillor Evant Texas Josio Lawson of Ash Grove Mo Pattie albott of Seattle Wash Uettio Bryan of this place and Mitchel Taylor of Danville and Messrs Gus WI M and James McCormack all of this county The funeral will bo preached nt McCormacks church at 10 oclock this Friday morning by Eld Joseph Dallou after which the remains will be tpld to rest in the cemetery near by Cheaper to Move Than Pay Rent is nn old saying but n true ono is When your clothes get too small you mutt get larger ones Our growing trade demands more roost and we will move about June Itt to the largo room now boirg built for ua in the Myers Homo Corner We hoped to got in this new room for tho Spring trade but tho bad weather kept the work back Wo bought heavily of Spring goods aril are crowdwl for sluice cJiiEcqucnlly wtf will odor many attractive bargains in order to reduce our stuck by moving timo Juno let The cold weather has hindered tho selling of Spring goods and we must reduce our stock within tIle next 45 days Watch this pace for special oilerings IMR JAMES DUNN one of tho present popular and clllcicnt night policemen makes formal announcement of his cnn didacy for reelection to the office ho now holds Mr Dunn has boon on tho force for several years and has proven himself an officer worthy of the highest publlr regard in every particular Uan villa lUrnld Mr D ii a brotherIn law of Mr H J Mcltoborts of this place nul a mighty clover man JUs friends here hope ho will win in a walk TUB tobacco buying lea is almos over in Lincoln county and while there has been a scramble for tho weed the enterprising firm of Starling Co has bought the major portion of it These gentlemen have succeeded In wetting about 600000 pounds and have of course paid the highest price It Is generally hoped that they will be in tho market here again next year and tho chances are that they will The warehouse is at Moreland and it hl1s been a busy scene most of tho season Mr T S Starling is buyer for the firm and he is exceedingly popular with the tillers of tho soil SOMERSET will be the mecca of all fun seekers during tho Odd Fellows jubilee week of May 6 Every detAil for tho entertainment of visitors hoi been looked into carefully in order to mako tho week one of tho greatest eel cbrations ever held in Somerset Twelvi clean moral attractions in addition to four big sensational free acts have been engaged to furnish the amusement por tion of the program for the thousands who will take advantage of the extremely low rates and excursion trains to Somerset The Somerset Lodge un der whoso auspices tho gala week is ar ranged will make tho occasion one long to bo remembered One of the at tractive features will be the street pa rude and daily band concerts HONOR ROLL 1 1TIiSTANFOan GRADED SCHOOL Grade 1 Wm Ash lock George Brock Tilden Cooper Hugh R Foster Herbert HulTman Virgie Moore John R McKinney Wm Reinhart Clarence Singleton Claiborne Walton Sam Long Elizabeth Coffey Minnie Hardin Annie R Powell Sadie Walls Rachel Hill Tilden Walls Grade 2 Alone Boone Morris Bruce Leonard Ballard Clarence Cooper Clinton Colemon Joe T Embry Roy Goodrich Huston Gentry Nellie W Hill Matey Grimes James Huffman Robert Heater Katie Land Lettie W McKinney Lewis Omer Charlie Pen dlcton Ethel Powell Martha Raney Ella Rlgney Smith Rankin Joo H Warner Ada Mobley Calvin Hester Grade 3 Bessie Brackett Francis Brackett Elizabeth Stagg Elizabeth Holtzclaw Prescott Brown Everett Brock Raymond Traylor Bessie Moore Ruth Hardin Isabel Reynolds Effie Walls Sam Embry Polly Land Eliza beth Hunn Loraine Totten Grade 4 Ethel Brackett Josephine Carpenter Mary S Cook Annie Gray Anna D McRoberts Docia Hardin Mary M Raney Mamio Singleton Bet tie Warren Willie Wilkinson Bessie Wilkinson Gertrude Wilkinson Verner Rout Fred Brackett Ewalt Givens Joyce Hunn James Owsley Lindsay Rankin Hobart White Willie C White Ulaino Newland Frank Phillips Grade 5 Marion Grimes Mary Gray Lena Traylor Catherine Gentry Het tie Walls Annie Butt Grace Young coward Newland Mnnnio Mobley William Grimes Ruby Jones Grade Elizabeth McKinney Vir glnln Mahony Lucy Lee Walton Ella Warren Eliza McBce Katherlno Kennedy Harris Hardin Preston Cooper James Cooper Oakley Holtzclaw Bry 19 Bradshaw Arnold Foreman Russell Irown Joseph Hill Grade 7 Morrison Bright Harris loloman Mike Penny J T Wilkinson John M Waters Ratio Anderson tyle Cooper Lottie Carson Marga LIentryburn Willio Moore Kato Raney Maud Stonc Maggie Stagg Maranda White Anna Warren Grade 8 Lillie Eads Sadie Ends SI1- Ilie Burdotto Ellen Moore Walter Mil burn Vcra Totten Teddy Brackett Ifrcd Kaiser Joseph Hopper Freshman Grady Tucker Thomas right Charles Downer Roland Von runlgan Sophomore Borta Jean Penny Mar gnret Warren Junior John Downer Senior Robert Waters Claudia Eaton George HopperJ IRELAND Supt II HAVE a splendid lot of buggy bar ness at all prices J C McCIury IT looks Ilkothe backbone of winter is at last broken And for the let up of cold weather we should all give thanks 72 TnA1NsSunday was a busy day on tho Knoxville branch of the L N 72 trains ran between Sinks and Corbin and 35 passed Stanford It was a record breaker WANTEDGentlomaanor Jady to travel for Mercantile Houso of 250OCO capital If desirable the home may bo used as headquarters Weekly salary of 1092 per year and expenses Ad dress J A Alexander 125 Plymouth Place Chicago III AT the rink tonight a young lady will bo chosen by popular vote to be queen of a carnival to be given on the first night the new floor of Walton Opera House is used for skating pur poses All who attend the rink will be given an opportunity of voting in the race There will be a number of can didates B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STA NFORD KENTUCKY New Butcher Shop I pulblctoJOllllK 1IKKVK4 nod the IIFHT Of iiiiTCllKHKfi Ulve men trial and Hltnlu Phone No 70 when you want IIIIIjtUlng JOS II East Main HtHtniiford STOP LADIES I Ladies stop wearing your backs out on wash days stop wearing your clothes out LiquidSoapj5 per cent of tb labor of washing and cause tine clothes to last 20 per cent longer A sample of two gallons delherjed free at your door Will call you J F CASH PUBLIC SALE I will offer at public sale at Den Cool ey s on Neats Creek- WEDNESDAY MAYi o7 gentledrivingfarmingimplements 300 or 400 feet of good boxing lumber fruits and fruit jars bedding household and kitchen furniture Sale 10 A JOHN I3RACKETT Stanford Ky Ogdensburg 8787 ltrconl srl4 Trksl 4a ALIVINIhili abundant stylo gptcd and notion Ho tins proven lilmself n grrnl breeder his colts billIlrllwill also mnku the season of 1W7 at my nlncf on the Stanford A Prwacluira TOISHlltJU traded or removed from neighborhood without satisfying me hlllllot foul tint seaum IlueJOliN 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 rooms 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 near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain if sold within the next Co days 4 cash bal ance to suit purchaser For further in formation in this farm write L U Hughes or lames I White Stanford Ky RIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KYI Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic ore Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E 1 Beazley has charge of- tho Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Jay Phone 28 Nigbt 166 or 133 Special No 1 2600 yards raw Spring Ginghams in desirable patterns tho kind that sell everywhere at 12 and 15c Our price as long as they lest is only 10c per yard Early and advantageous purchasing enables us to offer these at this reduced price- Komombcr the best patterns go first ++ ++++ ++++ ++++ f+f+ 1b+ F+ +++++++ ++ ++++ II 4t HKt r 40 SDCIhLWhileI I I pieces of Silk displayed in our at 129 per Iwindow ldIti 1 Now the extensive use of Voiles this season makes the Silk Drop Skirt necessaryIf already know it just take our word for it that the price of Silk is advancing more rapidly than on anything else f This is just one of the many good things that we are offering Come and see LMHUEYCODry Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House KENTUCKYi LADIES OXFORDS tttetalet- tletelOur Line Is Now Complete All The Gorrect Things For Smart Dressers W JS Perkins IKentucky Screen Doors Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting s Garden Tools Garden Seeds Plow Gear c at Bottom Prices at Gee DJ Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY EGGS FOR SALES I O n Leghorn e s II for setting of IT or three attune or MBM ItoiiKiiT L JJ1tRT- JIIItonvlllo Ky L N TIME THBLE No 21 South iil p INo SI Houtll p N No SI North 40a A NorrNorthiar f JOS S RICE Agent The Interior Journal ttconddatt Entered malltTI 41 I1t rUCHUAYS AND FJUDVY f AT 9100 PER YEAR CASH pN When not paid 1100 will be charge Farm for Sale or Ren Good fnrhiof sionerc ncnrTnrncwvlll NlrelltW n ldne nlldrentfor or outbulldmga In nlnlrnecesenry UOVltl1orTerms private tbl plllce bIn Ky or on l tower on NOTICEone needing n Union Jnck nnd Wire Any their order with T U lIP wIll howayounud1tnkojurordersnnue will the tmuo on HTLUNHKOHD NOTICE I hereon that Is nllUcted aliennralilasfroliltinpurohlouodtotry- vf packngo or our It to cure it taken accord will be retuglodlncltonsoryuuruloney M doses Irleo IIlIJ FogunrentorlRIRterodwith n 31oKlnuny Ky l ale by It A WORD TO YOU I You nn Invited to look at the New Wh Also n newlinulburge laces cGoods l In JIInckIIII1 rowlIOmy 41Inchwldeplondld value nt Uk iwl alt blckens toand uThoseyard I will tickets to them on this Itrlng them In before they go downrange 011 H AHIUH Crab Orchard Ky e A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberte Drug Store in the Owaley Building INSURANCEit Tire Lightning WindWorm ant- Accident Non the STJtOkIEMT nnd lowet Ioa r liSieilnteiiJuarantiHHl Lou 1aylng nea- with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky r Residence Phono No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when ther Is so little dlllerenco In the price of rendy made suit and n salt mode to your ineasur taken by an experleneud tnltor I have handsome line of Hprlng k Hummer goods I can make Irma u low price busbies suit to the Cne tdress suit Overcoat Trolls era and fancy Vetta The company I rep r relent Is second to none 110 UUPIiKY The Tnllor Htnnford Ky JflMES M I PHILLIPS- STANFORD KY DEALEB UT Building Material of all kinds Sash r Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build dors Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build Ing purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Attention Given Commercial Men- Oocx11Ujt at lleasonnble llutfs Stock Pone In Connection Also for all kinds of Harvesting UncUlnery lasollne and Htenm Knglnu Threshing Machinery nnd Haw 11I It will ou to see us before ou buy Also commission suttMiien for nil econd b0nd machinery e 1tCeelary i Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneaaSaddlery Ac TANFaeDIUENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Uome Phone 33 JLBeazleyCo UndertaKera and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY 1MMMMMIYMIMIfIWM r t FARMERS DEPARTMENT John W Eads bought of James UI Woods 18 yearling cattle at 25 There camo to my place about threoI monthsago a sow and fourplgs Ownc can get same by paying for this node land their keep W W Pitman StanI iJnmea Spilman of Buena Vista GarI sold two tracts of landI of 250 acres to J W Scott and ono lone 00 acres to B Ruble The report price was 75 per acre Six black nnd spotted hogs weighty about 160 pounds left my place two weeks ago Liberal reward for their return or information leading thereto B D Holtzclaw Walnut Flat Bourbon county is so overrun with rats that the farmers aro planning a day of slaughter when everybody will do nothing but kill rats Houses havc been invaded and every straw pile am I hay rick is filled with the rodentsI It is against the law to raise tobac co in Ireland and an attempt is being made to have it repealed It is held that soil and climatic conditions In Ireland are favorable to the producI tion of a good quality of tobacco andI that its cultivation can be made very profitableRue Curry real estate agents at Harrodsburg sold for Isaac Scott his farm of about 330 acres on the Lexing ton pike two miles from Harrodsburg to Judge John W Hughes for 30000 and for John W Hughes his dwelling and farm of 80 acres in the Western suburbs of Harrodsburg to Isaac Scott for 11600 Mr Bobbitt on the Death of Charles Butcher CRAB ORCHARD April 2JDled his comfortable home in the town of Crab Orchard on the 18th Charle Butcher one of the most moral sober industrious and religious men in Lincoln county of any color You never saw n cigar pipe or quid of tobacco in Char leys mouth Charley abstained iron till the vices and was an exemplar member of the church and a model of morality No war no women no wine By energy sobriety industry econom and frugality Charley had accumulate considerable property real and person al and leaves this and his fine moral character as a rich heritage to his two children Charles Butcher Jr and hill sister Miss Annie Butcher both of whom are fine school teachers and a credit to any community Charles Butcher Sr was born May 7 1811 and married in antebellum day in the Stigall family and his wife was a most worthy woman and she and Char ley brought up their children in the nurture and udmonition of the Lord am they never departed from their earl training The deceased was a plasterer by trade and a good one too and whet the James McAlisters Siglcrs or any of his wifes kinfolks by old family ser vant connection wanted anything dons in his line Charley was sure to be employed In all my acquaintance I never knew any colored person and but few white more worthy than Charley Butch er The deceased will be more sadly missed than most any who have faller out of line by the scythe of death for many a day Charley we all shed n tear and have a sigh of regret for thee and our sorrow is only assuaged by a full belief that your habitation is now hat new bright world where no more suffering and dying and parting shall ever be A good man has gone to his eward in his eternal home P F B A Woman Tells How tb Reliove Rheumatic Pains- I have been a very groat sufferer from the dreadful disease rheumatism for a number of years I have tried mony medicines but never got much relief from any of them until two years ugo when I bought a bottle of I Chamberlains Pain Balm I found relief before I had used all of one bottle but kept on applying it and soon felt like a different woman Through ray advice many of my friends havo tried It and can toll you how wonderfully It- has worked Mrs Sarah A Cole 140 S New St Dover Del Chamber lain8 Pain Balm is a liniment The relief from pain which it atTofds is alone worth many times its cost It makes rest and sleep possible For solo by all druggists One of the three Negro officers in the- army Capt Charles Young of the Ninth Cavalry has been ordered from fayti where he has been military at tache to the Philippine Islands Ho- wl11 soon reach his majority and it is believed that complications may arise when white officers are asked to serve under him Public Warning We shall not be responsible if any arson takes any but the genuine Fo leys Honey and Tar for coughs and- cold8 Imitations are worthless and ay contain opiates The genuine oleys Honey and Tar in tho yellow ickago contalnes no opiates and is- safe and sure G L Penny A 600 mile canal projected to drain the great swamps of Florida would reclaim 6600000 acres of land Four children perished in a fire which destroyed the home of Mr Hodad at- jFulton t r A number of years back a burl Western Kansas man gave his nephew lad of fifteen years an unmerited chastising Tho boy premised hit assailant a like compliment when he became a man Now you may thinl the boy forgot nil about his words uttered in the heat of a passion but this wasnt that sort of a kid The undo was about his duties on the farm one day last winter when a husky six fatter came up nnd gave him a glorious 11thumping It was the llfteenyearold nephew only he was six older The uncle sued for 1000 for personal injuries inflicted An unsympathetic jury SEe it that way and he tho case to tho Supreme Court Last week that body handed down u decision affirming the lower courts decision Kansas Pioneer Gentle and Effective- A wellknown Manitoba editor writes As an Inside worker 1 find Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets invaluable for tho tauohes of biliousness natural to sedentary life their action being gentle and effective clearing the digestive tract and the head Price 25 cents Samples free at druggists Brigham Young- I wilt stiiinl tilt No1 mule llrlglmm Young ut my 1lnun the lliulouvlllvroiul mllos from nt UI to insure u living colt 1111 MlMUllV htaiiford K- yNOTICE I To those desiring tho privilege of drinking Olympian Spring Wntor nm now nelllng water tickets good for gallon of U n Water price now for U gallon ticket price for 111 These lrlc11 are for cash When tile tickets lint purchas er to furnlth hili own unities or packages K M HIMH 1ror 1U Ky NABOTH JR XnlvothJr U n rlili r d buy v ors std and full 10 hands high weighs 1Ta Iromed and n horse of wonderful loituty having a long rangy nook and carrying II nips UP Is a horse with uperh all round action 1I1111111IIon of old Naboth lie lulS great natural 1111111 harness nnd a greater nicking horiw nm not Is ound In thiHiateuf Kentucky I have 111111- er III fiinov horns for u years furnishing than for nil tin market in ihitcount rynm iiinanxloiKto cncounmi1 the linnxler or horses to continue lornli Iwttvr OIHI As U KvniTiilly known tins Is it son roily of Ut1 horse mid I11os Hitltuhle for the R b rinniirkitlirliii fancy priers If the httttl nre would mUr NuinlRT OIH hones they THE WARFIELDTri- alSJI Trotting Dnrk llay Htalllon 10 bend fonled Angut ton linul at VIUttM Farm Knit Aurora N Y Hint dnm You hty Cllrl by Rex Ainerlou St l4yiMirot l re cord 21111 tire of Ilnttlcton 4yr reeonl 2 srt Ainurlcnn lleileAyr record I nnd is others luJSlJ ll tn oiiof Onward llllrvcora 511 sire of Onwunl Sliver laOH nnd IW others In the 23111t Onwnrd was lrrd Ioy vllkes31U 2nd dent Duenna ulntl by Mambrlno King ls7wilr of 75 Including lady of the Monor 2Ol3t Loral IVrby iav Heir sat Uiwi USjn othUJlIlIII 3rd dam IKitlet Sutwood mt the sire of In the tilt IthdnmTopax byMtratlnnorelMsirelulnthellst 7th danl Ijidy Turner by 6th dun Mlllard by Albion 6th Forest Mambrlno Chief The Warfleld was bred to only 15 mare He has Ii tousle all upheailnl plenty of style The Vnrflold is u repre iitntlvw stallion In nil ales unit ul stnnce and plenty of slsel umitha lithe term Tony that he has sisu eubstnne anal theninxlthey part the combined In thIM ton of derv tk ell He line sin of such syur- uetrlenlchnrnclrrastonutknluau a stallion nmoiig inniir 1lfs heft fwd neck Unly und wn In connection with his tllllltll aim great feet and legs one cluiI ImpreMlve You xhould MS thli horse lK for lireeiTlng You willUauty nrt esp sly you never ItMikiKl nt a better one The Warfleld Is the only xtalllon that line 7 dnm In the brood noire list He hiss two Mambrlno King cru s two Mambrlno llntctivii two Mambrlno Chief one Chime one Inward George Wllkes Hlertloneer Nut Ntnithmorv more trotting crose than any lion alive Till WurtlVd Is hy hero Devil tf 4 EtC Ile hy nlorlno King ISIS tie hy Muinbrliio 1ntchvii he by Maul lufuo Chief II Dnm Men eles by thlnles at1Y iy Bleu tloneer flare Dovll 1JC Is n great winner He won Abe ohnnplonhlp rat the National lions Hhow In I tsA class4lr t National lIon Hhow In lets class If ihainii4oiihli National Morse Nnllonal haresHhow 1SW chase fllrt National Horse tliis lit championship clues 2 first National Horse Hhow liu o11isetJ first National Hone Hhow HO alas first lloston Horse Hhow IUt clasl reserve Itmton lIUrse show lull clues second Ikstun Horse Mhuw 1150eles 3 Mcond Boston Horne Hhow ties class t reserve lloiton He shred The llenii Ideallions i SriSVi TriflerInre111K Will mute the present season at our farm I Living Oolt- W1I111lao stand the good IHACK JACK cnNqUKUOUntl1 to Insure n Living Poll Hu loll good Individual lolti hand high white points Kou lint IXJIIM und feet H MOWKNri t MIN McKinney Ky First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 500001 This Institution wns orlglnallyettbllhea M the Deposit Bank of then reorganized a the National flank of Stanford In 1855 and again reorganized at the First National nark of Stanford IB 1882 having bad practically an uninterrupted existence 13 rear It Is bettor supplied now with facilities for transact ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its Ion Itand honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers J 8 HOOKER Pnst T OAIIUIS V Pre 11 McUOllEUTB Ohr W n WEAIlKNAsit Ohri Directors Held Danville T Uarrls Stanford J Rocker Stanford L Tanner McKlnney D Elmore Stanford 9 H Stanford T P Hilt Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble I H Ilauxhman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford the Lincoln Zonnty national Dank e Of Stanford KelfrucRye I HAS A Capital 5000000 Surplus Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000f Available for use of its Patrons 3I5OOOOO W c = nuitt take time innr to me ruht kind of iilrft Nalntl Jr lsyn1111 tlnoot stare itaKiuc iiiit IM f iiosiifi Hint for nmrkcl ilomnndt onl for wlilrli par imlillr U will III to my blab Prleus I ur fluiMHl thu Kniit young atnenun nl u fnniy price tsrauahehnu1lylr uctlonlsum 17 1IJlnll I hllll ills worked all lust HeiitiMiitwr and hI tepled n mile ln flu If like Isgels Ilk run getthis rtRht kind of horw hy brwHlluic Jr You will unto that this Uilllon has the Mimil of OKI NitlKth lliuiiltMlonliill W ukl OII1UWllloOlwyIKiimHKKlly NnlKitli 511145I14 be by Vnt liiRmin irt of l ttiiiMlrtniSxiHl wvenil others In the ll t WnUliiKhnm U Dignity DareI No Vtt Vol C A tot H It Miihojuiu hut imen IHHUU wkluxmly on left toot 11t tmml hlh welgh- al1uInIIlH1 strung 11N1Iuiheavy and tall Weal baekwills ennwv vrltiK neck uvll sit In SaliHMKiiiMI- shoulder HII bore lurid uml ear OH lilmn iiuxUl under ItMlkr ulwnjr rblult string In model ring etcei 1 twice when shown BKHltui his ft wa get w n larMI style In hnnles4N chew hors sure When OM year nklwore nil honor in nil else wherever shown bled till bin tie III wei p stnkr harnM rung Mt mw ate When a 3ytrokl he was shiuwn II Um ml NOis blue strlliii has iivvrr I HII defmte IN fancy ImriteM rlim bass alway liven eke victor In stallion stnke rlii m a limiter when shown with three or tm re ol hi gel fur site style nail gsnerai ronfnrituilloH sand for all nrlaws lie Is ii xxllle h04se with live lUtluet gait fret line lutlnit nicker goal In two wnlkcund nnlce lorr- yv Ice LIve In his trot under ssIdl III In hnrmiut greet nil utiinud nclhiii In to lrl1IIIIlesun enough hnrneu 1I0rllrtul tyllli and fast van show eighths hi l xcoiHl 122 gall with hut little lmiHllln did thl lest ill onto year ago after vrvlng 01 mares In the spring He imMeMml of vnimlerful nerve nnd ipeed u0agh to get u trotter fur track use or IIUIIIf niadiler large h8111holll8 lishLeavf and lrolllilJlOugh IIII1IUonfuluh taneu and donlllty It lint tievu Khenupby hnriwiiien that he Is ills ot the mo t uniform breeder In Kentucky He tyie his cults afUr himself hoe never shad a sorrel cult The iiiont nrolltiible hors for the tamer and mall tHTlder to lJocluctI Is tau 1101 which wrve Ihe wldmt range of ofIIefrom the oldest to the youngest 11 of hi colts huts lievn olTeril for and for nn average of tSIVind the average ng of them Is t lur71111I11111111111IIu- YI1rIJu rMlrIIIJ tihrxtcr Dan 10 N H II It br l y lli H Uirrl W hr h y Ij JtJtHi tind ilrtlii Id M sl1r to Jnnte 110wIIll Jr liy llniilil toninnTlilrildnin byItlvsr lKrtlpoe NnlMilhJr Ut dlllll liv Messen 2nd1mthorouilil red NHUitb Jr will Iv kuntdurlng lUeooiiion of 111 lit my sln14In IjinrntUT Kyn mid verylowttilr Io1NIWINl rttoearnforstuekfrom it tluiiitinHt but no rr Kinllilllly nuolsl fur nwlilrnln or us NIot ClIntW Ky 1I JlinrkKiiuirT b iy Klnit Vllllniii 07 lie by Viikliiiiglio Denmark 01 he by Ualnw Ihiunmrk e1 h b nic horse IItoIlIllrkJt It IIdtefanl dll Mynp li WIlauIOtl SII bl A bylyslkedln TtUiroullhhoklhlICNtlo TBHM IHgHlty here will make this season at J1IJft my Urthfr in HuotonrllU K1- lit ti to lltiure colt When tooted Ill to prude iiwre In foul traded or removed forfeit Insiirnnco analtmiwytruulradu must Ixi wlil at JRr sash traiuMclliMi letsi graced HI MJIi I r month and ills to Iw old U fats rviiKivnlftl luxre lain t1 deslrvd nl feawiml rNtw MnHxBtnuled to ins will receive my perMinal attention hut I will nut nlronslhl for nerhhenla or w eels 1liun In rehlixe at IlIlololv1l1tII CAUlHNTKIl I Col Bird 40566 horn foaled Ittn Itred by II A 0 P IWll winIll Ky Hired tiy ferlllnn Chief t1Hi No ItlitI4- sire of iynroUU with records of Jtltl or tietter oy cvrlllaii lle sum of In list 1st dam Illrdle Keme v lull titter lu Out nn 1Wl sire of nllllllOIUlttI of I slid 10111 1Vllkre 2s 4hlllll1 II Nihkes S ItF sire of II with ronlotI u or better Tail dam Knle Havti dam of lard Humnill III Rowan 2111 tire of uniiiinorlni sin of I 701H whike2S1 nml Kflle Helix tJKW nml grnndaiiiof lilt rh ck 1 Ilk lion Uunle 1 UK anti lIu Iraof IAI ma Hlmw SSIV lly Ittd11t11kre i lii No UV Sire ot ITlawlsire ot the delisuf InoInlll Kill1 lnviith dnm of one pro duulim on and iirand dnm I ord Hunirall Mt tNwll2lZsImr Hell alt I8 nod Zoo die Wilkes i m fly Alexander Abdullah 212 No sire ot Gobleillth Mold 111 aunt others 4th damn by Crocketts llnllfoundnr- Iol Illnl ilK lirii by the IS4II for n two minute horse He Is in lined high ad anti strata mull ttio kind or horst to urwU to H him before you lir til U H f AIUKNTUIl Iluttonvlllc Ky ATTENTIONNow is the time to get YOU a new buggy Call in and examine my stock before they are picked over Also have a full line of Harness Phone 174 E T PENCE W JB McRoberts ISTANFORD Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and TarnishesJPERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded EU- s c Jf o t 4