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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ff INTERIORi JOURNAL JJVOL XXXVSTANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 30 1907 NO 17 WILLIAM GATEWOOD LACKEY The following la clipped from Tho Financier Now York City Mr Lack oy Is an old Stanford boy a son of lion G A Lackey now of Crab Orchard William Gatewood Lackey bond officer of tho Mississippi Valley Trust Co was elected to that position about two yoara ago after n service of live years as assistant trust officer of the same In stltutlon Ills legal experience and qualifications led to his election to the latter post in which there was much technical work in connection with tho handling of trust estates drafting cor potato mortgages and acting as trustee thereunder In the various phases of the business of the trust department of the company Mr Lackey was brought into intimate touch with the theoretical as well as tho practical side of invest ment securities and their necessary safeguards besides gaining a comprehensive knowledge of corporate management and enterprise lie was not long In this position before tho busi ness or practical side of his nature be gan to assort a predominance over the purely legal Tho Investment feature of tho busi ness especially appealed to him and he was instrumental In securing many large investment accounts for the trust company Ills consultation with thoI executive committee of the company InI connection with those matters exhibit ed to them a broad comprehension of tho subject and led naturally to his subsequent advancement to tho manI agement of tho bond department Ills physical alurtnecw and a personal mag him for connetism especially adapt tact with tho public During hie two years service as bond olllcsr the MkalMippi Valloy Trust Cos bond do ti pnrtmont hM done an aggregate bus n ota in oxeoee of 40000000 Mr Lackey is of tho analytic type of 2mind rondlly reducing investment prop ositions to their fundamentals anti equipped as he la with n practical knowledge of the law a wide oxper f once with corporate affairs and a close familiarity with market conditions illI peculiarly qualified for tho position ho honors Ho has been a closo student of trust company matters In general and has acquired a thorough knowledge of the branches of trust company affairs He was at one time vice president for Missouri of tho Trust Company Section of tho American Hankers Association With a view of throwing light on his own standard of requirements for the successful trust company olllclal tho following quotation from a recent magazine article by Mr Lackey on Trust Company Fees and Profits may not be out of place- Generally speaking tho amount of time consumed In transacting the do taila of trust company business is of little consequence Merely clerical work is cheap so we must look elsewhere for tho true measure of valuo These a senlew being in their nature profes elonal require in their performance men tal training and talent of tho highest order To render them properly one must have around him to bo sure tin Adequate corps of competent clerks and assistants but he must also be possessed of a sound common sense must havo had a wide experience must havogivcn close application to tho needs of the business anti must possess muchof that inestimable quality of success call ed tact for his dealings are with business men and women who aro not only shrewd but touchy Tho combination of these qualities is rare and in just such proportion is valuable both to tho possessor of them and to thoso who come to him for advice or all Mr Lackey was born near Stanford Ky in 1872 and after graduation from the Control University of Kentucky taught school for several years at Eliza bethtown in one of the subsidiary In stitutions of his alma mater While teaching there ho read law privately y under tho leading lawcr of that city After admission to the bar of his homo State ho removed to St Louis about 10 years ago where ho engaged in the general practice of tho law until 1900 when his connection with tho trust company began During his practice at tho bar he was for a tlmo assistant general attorney for tho M K T R R Co in Indian Territory Ho re signed this position to return to St Louis to accept a preferred partnership with one of tho citys leading lawyers Inwhoso office ho formerly had desk Lackey 13 married and has two children Ho belongs to several of tho leading clubs and is activo in church affairs Golf is his favorite recreation How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowols and restores the natural action of tho bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau acute or grlpo and Is mild and pleas unt to take Refuse substitutes G L Penny L CHURCHlMATTERS Dr Donald McDonald of Dart ville will preach at Walnut Flat at 11 A M Sunday next Tho above is u fair picture of Rev It H Crossflcld of Owcnsboro who is to bo the evangelist in the meeting that Is to begin next Sunday at the Chris tian church All tho singers of tho Stanford churches am invited to meet with the choir at tho Christian church tonight Tuesday at 780 Mr Daniels of Hus tonvillc who is to lead the chorus InI tho revival wishes to meet tho singers and organize tho chorus- L M OMBU Cleveland was seventy yarn old April I and Is the only living oxpresident It is interesting to note that of tho twcntyftvo men who havo served as President of tho United States eight of tho first twelve who filled tho office lived to be seventy years of ago or older wlillo ofthe thirteen who followed in tho office of Chief Executive of the Nation there wore but four who lived tc tho ago of aeventyProeidonte Pill more lluahannan Hayes and Cleve land Of tho first twelve Presidents John Adams lived to the ago of ninety James Madison died at tho ago of eightyfive Thomas Jefferson at eightythree John Quincy Adams at eighty and Martin Van Duren and Andrew Jackson at the nge of eighty James IJuchannan Uio oldest died at tho ago of seventy seven Millard Flllmoro was seventyfour at tho tlmo of his death and Rutherford H Hayes passed away soon after ha had reached his seventieth birthday EUREKA i Yes I Have Found It at Last Pound what Why that Chamberlains Salvo oureti roonia and all man nor of Itching of the skin I have boon aflllctod for many years witn skin disease I had to got up thrvo or four tlmoa every night and wash with cold water to allay the terrible Itching but since using this salvo in December iuaf tho Itching has stopped and has not troubled m9PItJor John T Ong boy Itootvlllo Pa For sale by all drugglsVa A reporter asked Senator Tillman rather maliciously what he thought of a certain opponents speech My boy said the Senator it was like a fine bottlo of champange Yes murmured tho reporter rath er taken aback Yes said Senator Tillman LoU of froth and very dry There has never been a case of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to de velop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used con stantly because it keeps tho whole sys tem In perfect order Do not bo im posed upon There are imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on the mar ket ask your druggist for Whites gen uine Diamond Brand Dr H W Wiley makes tho very Im portant announcement in connection with his official health statistics that wo are now using 29 per cent moro salt than wo wero twcntyfivo years ago Ho also says that wo are having 30 per cent more kidney diseases re centlyMikeI say Pat they tell md Rocky felders money Is tainted What do hoy mane be thot Pat They manes Mike thot it taint for you and it taint for me William Spaugh Jr of Missouri wants a new trial because the sheriff old tho jurors who tried him that if hey would convict him ho would livo each of them a front scat at time ranging wA btb ana stomach tablet taken bi ore meals will prevent any distress or uncomfortable feelings Fifty its B box at G L Pennys Your old blind father no longer sits tt the corner of tho street and begs No he has received a big legacy and an see now NEWS NOTES Mrs Theresa Shively of Lebanon Is dead at Omaha Neb Tho famous Pablo herd of buffalo In Montana has been sold to tho Canadla GovernmentThree were killed by the explosion of tho locomotive of a freight train at OFallon Mo Casslus Bevlns aged 14 fell undo the wheels of u heavily loaded wago near Ashland and was killed A gift of land worth 2000000 fror John D Rockefeller to the University of Chicago has been announced Mrs Milford Ringo of Bath county aged 14 gave birth to twin babies Sho and her babies died Immediately Former Gov Rufus B Bullock of Georgia died at Albion N Y where ho had resided for the past two years The village of Hemming Texas was destroyed by a cyclone and eight per sons were killed Many others wen playing ball at Monroe La Ben Harris was bitten by a snake and it was ccccssary to amputate ono of his legs to save his life Dr William B Fletcher a widely known alienist and many years super intendent of tho Indiana Hospital for tho Insane died in Orlando Fla David Willcox former president of tho Delaware Hudson Railroad com mitted suicide at sea on board the North German Lloyd steamer Barbarossa Whitccappcrs probably fatally shot John Laymon a farmer living near Spencer Ind when ho resisted the whipping they intended to give him The official statement of the James town Exposition opening attendance on Friday shows that there were 04000 people within tho grounds during the day andevening Two attempts were made to burn the Southern railway bridge near Temple lad and Oily Marshal Cummings of- Hngllth was probably fatally shot while in pursuit of tho fugitives Four men were instantly killed three ithors wore badly injured and 15 por sons more or Jose seriously hurt bv tho Tailing of a brick wall at the De La Mar copper works at Chrome N J Mrs Blanche Brnshoar was awarded a verdict of 9000 In the circuit court at Mt Sterling against the C 0 railroad for the death of her husband James Bnishcar Ho was killed by a fast train at Levee crossing Deeds were lodged in Cleveland 0 transferring all of John D Rockefellers unimproved property in tho vicinity of Cleveland to John D Rockefeller Jr The property transferred is valued at probably threo quarters of a million dol late Gen H B Lyon of Eddyvllle ono of tho bestknown men in Kentucky and chairman of tho commission which built the branch prison at that place died suddenly of heart failure lie was walking across a field on his farm when he was stricken- A fine amounting to 3465 assessed against Felix Feltnur on a charge of running away witnesses in tho Mar eumHargis damage suit at Winches ter was paid Saturday by Feltners son who recently sold his farm to raise tho necessary money William Sloane one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of Martin county is dead Ho had his coffin prepared two years ago and kept II under his bed but because of the swollen condition of his body it was impossible to bury him in it At Kokomo Ind David Martin was killed by a freight train and Mabel Martin a granddaughter met death under a traction car Tho girls father John Martin an engineer saw her kill ed while he sat in the cab of a locomo tive on a side track near tho accident- A check for 1000 was received in Richmond Va from Andrew Carnegie fur the Homo of the Needy Confederate Women No conditions aro attached to the gift which came in a personal letter to Miss Mary Curtis Lee who is at tho head of tho Homo Board of Managers and who met Mr Carnegie in Florida last season The theatrical war between the Shu berts and Klaw Erlanger was ended by the formation of tho United States Amusement Company incorporated by tho two interests with a capital of 1000000 Tho now company which will conduct and control a vaudeville circuit takes over the independent heaters controlled by the Shuberts In a number of cities including Louisville and in return secures severalof the socalled trust theaters An Insidious Dangor One of tho worst features of kidney trouble is that it is an Insidious dis use and before tho victim realizes his langer ho may havo a fatal malady rake Foleys Kidney Cure at tho first Ign of trouble is it corrects Irregu antics and Ptovents Brlghts disease and diabetes G L Penny February 1866 had no full moon This pnenomenon wit not occur again for 2500000y6ars f e IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Greeley Hvden is dead at Tatevillc Pulaski county aged J J C Bland of Marion county died at Somerset while visiting his daugh tees J G Norris a prominent young Mad ison county farmer is dead of stomach trouble Central University defeated Williams burg College five to ono in a game oC ball at Danville Joshua Denham formerly of Somer erect was killed Saturday at Alton III while cutting timber Telephone line is being built Iron Level Green to Walnut Grove to con nect with Dr Isaacs system in Pulaa ki and LincolnSignalA- mended articles were filed by the Somerset Lumber Manufacturing Company of Pulaski county It In creases the amount of its capital stock from 15000 to 25000 Robert Sawyer of Somerset was convicted of counterfeiting in the Federal court at Richmond Everett Brook shire and Henry Mrtain wholwcro ar rested at the same time hadalready been convicted Mrs Fielding Moore of Barbourville has brought suit against the Louisville Nashville for 20000 for damages alleged to have been sustained in a rail road wreck in Barbourvillo last Sep tember when a passenger train ran in to a freight train- Arrangements have been completed for a tract of land between Ferguson and Somerset on tho street car line whichwill be improved and made into an attractive park with all the late features A large tent that will accommodate people will be put up in which a continuous vaudeville show will be given Journal The jury which has been trying Bill Britton on a chargo of complicity in tho murder of Jamas Cockrill was un able to agree at Lexington and was finally discharged It stood eight for acquittal and four for conviction and was never closet to agreement all the jurors maintaining tho same opinion from tho time they first took the case Cured of Rheumatism Mr Wm Henry of Chattanooga Term had rheumatism in his left arm Tho strength seemed to have gone out of tho muscles so that it was use less for work he says I applied Chamberlains Pain Halm and wrapped tho arm in flannel at night and to- my relief I found that tho pain gradually loft mo and tho strength returned In three weeks tho rheumatism had disappeared and has not since returned n If troubled with rheumatism try a tow applications of Pain Balm You are certain to bo pleased with the relief which It affords For salo by all druggists The Government made a gift of 250 000 to tho Jamestown Exposition Com pany outright and has expended large sums in other ways to favor the enter prise It also devoted 100000 to the Government building which Congress appropriated a million and a half to the exposition Tho 150000 has been spent by the Government for buildings exclusive of the 100000 devoted ex clusively to the Negro building There was also a subscription of 400000 for the construction of two piers which the nature of the shore made necessary The locomotive and one coach of a passenger train on the Wabash railroad left a trestle near Bridgeville Station Pa and plunged into a creek The other coaches in which fortunately all the passengers were stuck to the rails The fireman and engineer were killed Women are forging to the front in nearly every bnsiness Frankfort has witnessed the granting of license this week to one as a pharmacist and the arrival of another from Indiana as a deputy sheriff bearing a requisition for a fugitive from justice Journal This May Interest You No one Is Immune from Kidney trou lilt so just remember that Foleys Kidney Cure will stop the irregular ties and cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine G L Penny Little Marian aged three was attack ed with a severe case of hiccoughs Being asked what was tho trouble and what she was doing she answered say ying 0 my appetite has tho jiggles The only treatment for catarrh that costs nothing unless it cures is flyo nol Complete outfit sold by G L Penny for 81 money back if it falls What could bo fairer The jury in the case oBinger Hermann former Commissioner of the General Land Office on trial for alleged lestruction of public records returned a of not guilty While digging up a stump on his farm in Shelby county Jones found 1800 in coins EVERY ONE A WINNER I i CROSSETT SHOES fit every time not once in awhile but every time If you doubt it let us show you Heros a snappy colld leather Shoe its stylish in every line durable flexible nnd comfortable Patent Colt Ve InstepsWevebut a pleasure to u- sSAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY I = liii Brown Pivot Beam Rid = ing Cultivator DIRECT PRESSURE Balancing Lever secures comfort for both operator 111Iteam Powerful Leverage on foot treadles makes easy work for the operator Quick action in dodging crookedjiills ofj corn makes it superior to any thing on the market j Try One And Be ConvincedI W H HIGGINSI I have just received a large shipment of the famous PEERLESS ICE CREAM FREEZERS 1 They make your CREAM quicker and better than any other in the world Try it GeORGE R HARRIS IX Musical Instruments i Having purchased the business of J B Fiulay wo can furnish you with everything in the mus ical line Graphophonc all prices String In struments all kinds Sheet Music Records Etc Pianos and Pianolas of time best wakes r HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Had You Thought of ThisI- f a spark should blow under your old dry shingle roof had you thought of the consequences and what it might mean to you If you Mao a TIN HOOF there is no danger from firo starting on the roof and it will last twico ns long as any shingle you can get these days nnd cost very littlo more Give me a trial and I will please you S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber 1 a The Interior Journal r It C WALTON J T ROBERTS Ii candidate for trllh In the Crab Orchard DlstrlctubJect to tho notion of tin democratic party JOHN J MOSER Is n candidate for Jailer of iHmocratlosubject to the action of the pnrlyfi M BRUCE II n cnndhlnf for Jnllr of Lincoln ount subject to the ncltott of thu 1kmoen- pnrty JAMES C HAYS It n cnlldhlllto for Jnllr of Llocatn COUIII subject to the action of the Jlemllcrllt c arty DC ALLEN 1lsacnn4JdnteforAxscssorof 1llIcoln colin f tyubJect to the JlomQOrlUo party Tim Cincinnati Enquirers Louis ville Bureau very aptly says that t Democrats everywhere in tho feel that the Governor is now StateI much the nominee of the party i Senator as ho would be had ho been the choice of a caucus If anything his commission of nomination means more and carries more honor with it for the reason that ho was selected by a majority of the votes of the t Democratic voters throughout the entire State The prediction that some Democrats would not Consider themselves bound by thu result of the pri mary finds no sympathy among regular Democrats and is not being vert eHd by conditions In fact every one of the 12 men who have so far been nominated for the Legislature by tho Democrats is unqualifiedly for Gov Beckham as every one will be A nomination made by a majority of over 11000 could not be ignored if there was any inclination to do Gov Beckham is as sure as Ms calling has been emphatic IT will shortly be determined whether the Kentucky troops are to have their State encampment at the Jamestown Va Exposition this summer Adj Gen Lawrence of the State Department has taken up the matter of transportation with the several railroad companies and if a sufficiently low rate is secured to make it possible for the annual encampment it will be done We hope the boy will be r given the outing CLALENCE E WOODS mayor of Richmond has issued a call for a convention of the friends of law and order through out Kentucky to meet in Louisville the middle of next month The main ob- jecti of the convention is to devise plans for the strict enforcement of the local option law throughout the State The r4 call is signed by numerous ministers of Richmond and other citizens of that t city The data of the convention is t May 13 and 14 Tim Somerset Times is still grumb ling because we credited an article from that paper to the Somerset Journal EJitors May and Williams need a ca thartic to get their livers in order and we suggest that they try calomel in broken doses straightforth and imme diately Louis SNAIDHAN of Reading Fa heir and son of Jacob Snaidman the wealthy fish merchant and known as the dutiful son has just proved his davotion to his fathers memory by car rying out the elder Snaidmans order to marry his stepmother A MICHIGAN mother broke her arm while spanking her son thus proving for once at least that it hurts the mother more than the boy as she al ways says when she administers a whip ping SCHEMERS become statesmen when voters go blind some smart man has said Sadly true is it the cafe in this day and time POLITICAL The Ohio Maryland and Connecticut State buildings on the Jamestown ex position grounds were formally opened SaturdayVice Fairbanks delivered two speeches in Iowa Saturday but made no reference whatever to national political issues- J W Stump of Harrison county and W B Brewer of Todd county were declared the Democratic nominees for the Legislature in their respective the gossip around the Capitol at Washington it seems certain that the newly adopted Constitution for Oklahoma will be turned down by the Republicans in Congress Congressman Theodore E Burton of Ohio in an address at Trenton N J eulogized the administration of President Roosevelt and declared himself for Secretary Taft for president in 1908 Senator La Follette of Wisconsin ex pressed the belief in San Francisco that President Roosevelt would be renominated by acclamation at the next National Republican Convention Col William E Youngblood of Alabama in an interview declared that republicans are far from be 1Southernn for an may not support the presidential choice at the na Secretary Taft spoko at Dayton 0 at the laying of the cornerstone of the Y M C A building and also laid the cornerstone himself using a trowl with the skill of a master mason Political interest this week ccnteii in the possibility of a definite an nouncement of his candidacy for the Republican nomination for President on the part of Secretary of War William H Tuft It is said in Washington that the tariff revisionists will make a determined effort to capture second place on the presidential ticket and Governors Cummins and Guild are mentioned in this connection Secretary Taft visited Cincinnati Saturday and though he made a speech studiously avoided all polititical sub jects Ho spoke to a number of Yale men and his remarks were confined to his alma mater Harry S New chairman of the Re publican National Committee says that four cities are already in the field for the honor of holding the next National Convention namely Chicago St Louis Kansas City and Seattle MATRIMONIAL J W Rice and Miss Bertha Belden were married by Rev Owens Satur dayMiss May WiUJDavenport of Mercer and William II Coke of Louisville were married Sunday John Dye and Miss Nannio Mitchell both of the Pleasant Point section were married Sunday Thomas Lee Terry aged 17 and Miss Malvora Hoskins sweet 16 were made ono at Supt Garland Singletons hat gentleman Sunday ExGov Garvin of Rhode Island is to marry Miss Sarah Emma Tomlinson who has been blind since she was seven He is just twice as old as his prospec lye bride Mr and Mrs William Beck announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Winifred Annette Deck to Dr Justin Guy Ballou of Toledo 0 The marriage will be solemnized the latter part of May in the First Presbyterian church in Knoxville Our old friend Lorenzo G Hubble of the Hubble section certainly surprised his many friends when ho took unto himself u wife last week for it was generally conceded that he was a bachelor far past redemption His bride who was a Miss Anderson is said to bo a most excellent lady and very pretty Rentz ought to be proud of thatch ho has made and we suspect he is about the happiest man in his whole section HUSTONVILLE The D D base ball taam defeated the Mlddleburg team Saturday by a tore of 11 to 8 A return game will be played at Danville next Saturday The officers of our fair association will meet at Hotel Weathcrford next Saturday at 2 I M A full attendance is desired on account of important bus nessA court of inquiry held by the board of education of our graded school last week assessed fines from 25 cents to 4 on eight or 10 of the young men for damages to the school building glass The auxiliary to the C W DM will meet with Mrs Emmett McCormack Thursday May 2 at 2 oclock Mrs Jennie Carpenter leader Subject A Quiz on Constitutions National and Auxiliary There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Home Telephone Co at Hustonville Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock Those interested in having better service for the town are requested to be present The death of Miss Josie Bosley occurred Friday at the home of her brother inlaw Mr S D Yowell after a lingering illness fraught withexcruciating pain which alone could be borne by a true soldier of the cross She lived a d voted Christian life eminently worthy to emulate and for which she has gone to her reward promised by the Master After an impressive service at the home Sunday at noon by Rev Clarence Daniels the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at Danville in the presence of a large congregation of sorrowing friends and relatives The question as to who will rule Zion City built under the direction of the late John Alexander Dowie is expected to come to an issue on Wednesday as Wilbur Glenn Voliva has issued an ultimatum declaring that unless the people accept him as their head by May 1 he will take radical action to assert his oontrol Whooping Cough I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy In my family In cases of whooping cough and want to tell you that It is the host medicine have ovo- redW F Gaston Posco Ga TIlls remedy is safe and sure For sale by all druggists While en route to the scene of a wreck on the Grand Rapids and Indiana road near Collette Ind Frank Ken worthys auto crashed into a telegraph le he was thrown out neck being broken The independent cigar manufacturers in Havana have clared their factories in sympathy with the strikers of the tobacco and as a result 9000 cigarmakers are out of employment r J W ACEY Livery Food and Sale Stablos KlrUClusarlgsat reasonable rates Kvory rig new iiiul horse fresh Htiihloln rent of Ht Asnph Hotel Stanford Ky Phone 113 IBilly Breckinridge luck with white points good lout unit extra bone will milk toe season of IMJTnt my barn III ISM TO INrtUllK A 1IV 1NOOOIT This Juok was bred mill raised by MtiJ Jolla D Harris of Madison and he hat proven hli breeding to lie good I will alto stand n lino Drannon saddle stallion at Sin TO 1NHUIIK A 11V1NU COIT This homo was sired by Mr Klljnh Layers fungous old lirvanon that has pro iluvtHl more tuddlucolli than any olio horse to his age Come and see them and lfyou nro not pleased it will cost thing A TTItfi011O- lltcrtsCrick Ky BLACK HAWK Comings years old heavy Ixme black with white point hands high will serve Jen outs at 15u for Jiuk colts situi for Jennet caltemureatWtotniuru n living colt Mare partett with forfeit limirance turtatSYJuprmouth Not rezpxnsIIh- accldontehould for oily occur dill Bud Iw my jacks anil their Jack colts as well I can cnn ht us I go on the llInollrllll1m1hO you Inntenil of telling you I will tnke pleamm In show ing till mule Jock nml Jennet colts- I will also stand my Jack Peyton for jsai to liiMiru n living volt on saniu terms as Black llnwk Will nUomrve n few mures fret with my high bred cull Independence Chief II It1 INII- Morekuld Ky Morgan Denmark This noted stallion will make the present scnson tit M II Ktibiinksstat utuv Ijin toiter t 1lIl1vlll road tho low price of WM to insure n iiviiig Voiti This betel stallion has more Denmark blood than any living stallion ns will lie seen liy rending his pedigree Morgan Den mark was sired by thn stallion On Time whose lxrll81o traces Iwiok to Import ed plug eord Morgan Denmarks dam iljidy Morgan wits one of the ht saddle and show mares In Kentucky Mho Will tired by Htonewall Jackson whose pedlcreu trace lock to lmMirted Hedgefonl Ior gan Denmarks ndduin Will by Vlrglnlns Inn dam by Matchless 4th dftm by Transbr Morgan iHmmark Is n dark bay fully Id midS and Is Gravy bull Will wtlgb I pounds Mures kept nt Won week not responsible fur escapes or accidents JAurii McKKriiMK Hubble Ky Pence Jr fence Jr will mnko the season of at barn 9 mile Kant of llrodhejtd und mile North of Mt Vernon at ruu to In sure u living colt If mure It traded or part eU with tilt season money becomes due propertydrJobu of ty Ponce Jr bay stallion years old full It hands high good style und action liy Pence he by Ilium ho by llelmont by Alexanders AUlallah Pences lit slant by Aliuonl Forrest 2nd dam byilnrrard Chief inn dam by ilrey tingle 4th dnm by Copper bottom lvneo Jrs lit dun Kd liar VOlunttoerlMlout by u Mambrlno horse 3rd dnm by Mambrlno Messenger Pence JrX rd dam by lilts Vermont MareM grazed at 11M per month not roo sponsible for accidents or uscapvs should any occur IL I HMITH Hlatt Ky Beau Naboth 45006 Ily SlIbol1IOIlIl Ilaughmun by Jifeatiunetr1Y6 Nora Hang MtrollOlIlnIrphlllo by Musbrlno Hlllrlllt It 3tIis son of liirlbay4llarddnniMary Withers by Oli ver thoroughbred 4th slain by Wagner byChornlonsome lady standing 1UH hands of great Ittll Ie andoctlonnud of pancct you formation oat 1a a sire has shown his abil ity to reproduce lilsitualltle It will lx seen tlmt Menu Nal ollis petgree 1I0t back to Klectloneer on loth sire und dams side nml also on dam side to the most desirable thoroughbred crosses Wilt stand lit torn of Mr Felix White 1J plktISTOMares grazed at flM per month Money due when Inure Is traded or ported with or bred elsewhere The best wriioiial cnN taken though no responsibility for tied dent or ecuies J M PKTTUH Htanford Ky Antecarlo 22612hi- deover Versailles track In winning rues Mred by that sold for iUnl at public sale First dais Mary Ann Hall storm VIS son of Manlbrino1atcliell These two crosses produced The Abbot SIUH cbamplon trotting gelding of thu world zd dam by Indepindencesoiiof Andrew Jnck kon IndeiMjndences dam by American Htar Tim American Hint and Andrew Jack son blood Is responsible for Orcsveus 2Withu clllullilion trotting tllllloll of lilt or u You sun Anttcarlos two top crosses aro roo ponidble fur the fastest guiding two next crosses are responsible for the fattest stag lion Then you see ho is better bred than either of them for he has tho blood of both Autvcarlo Is a solid brown horse IWi hands lilith weighing 1liO pounds Unu Iylo not action Will stand at to Insure a living colt BUCK VARNON lilnck Jack with whlto points 5 years old 1634Iiands high Kino breeder and great In dividual A jack of line bono nud action Will bind at to insure a living colt All will stand at W K Dlshon s farm on Ottenhelm pike 8 mllcx from Htanford Mares grazud nt K per month Cure taken responllblohouhlDisHon Si Smith I will stand Five Good StallionsA- nd Five Well Bred Jacks at the low price of SIO to Insure a Living Colt TThe pony JliSSli ALVEUSON will also make the present season at my barn Bring me a good mare and if the colt is not a good one you neednt pay for it I propose to satisfy you contend that I anybodylions and jacks before you breed Grass furnished at the regular price Care lakenII to prevent accidents and escapes responsible should any occur JleBAUGHMANJ t 1 A NiceHomeJorJSalel IdOslrotonull my house and loflliiJCriib Orchard rooms ono acre of land buns ami nil necessary outbuildings SeW null In shape Abundance of elegant fruit Well on buck porch J II HTKKNIIRHUKK Crab Orchard D J SMITH motto 1st Sale nml Hmall Irohlsi pound granulated sugar for Slit pounds brown for tl two lloxex of Matches fori8Unkesof noxHoapfor too i a Cokes Toilet Houp for 60 Other things In proportion Come and try before buying elsewhere Clothing for Hprlng wear and Ii few of old stock loft Just nt half price CILDERTS CREEK KY VITAE or E 1 Mothers Natures forthe Ills of Mankind Pain Kilter derm Destroyer Disease linn labor llliHHl Vltnllsvr llenlth and strength Itestorer II Bugle MnrkslMiry Koiittioky- GenornlIN An nt T V ClroH of Ornli Orchard Ky the well known eitttrntor of llorsos cattl lc Is now to serve his old frlundand 110185 to make many new one If you bare n C1oItnutesavethe Ciro s und have It done 110 ulso re moves big navels nt tilt n uouabfe Irlee of J6l to anti make a spwlnlty of roaming Ilulullngs Phone In residence 1n1I or chard Kxthange Powhatanthree III hnlllb hillhy horse iikiuiliy the grunt Dignity hare 1st dam Minnie by Kliiul rd lam Pauline by Almont Kor out ard dam known a the seller mule n very feet by llnrve Helm Hr tluonughbnrl- 1owIatnn 4th dnm has great tyle and action and Ian line Indlvltlual You should see him lIlmnk the tnjifin nfbufon you hfIlUiTtit m farm ant mile from MoKlnllty III I10TO INHlIIlK A IIVINO COIT At Mime The Vnrllelcl will stand nt SIr nlltl the Jncklonglunirul 4- I HOWKNH McKlnney Ky Notice to Builders I Hchool District Nosh county of Uncoln Htnteif Kentiutly Tocontrnctorsund bulhlpr notice is here by gluon tbnl for thu ncUolI tlf ichoollioune III the aforexnld dlstrlot will lit ivcelveil by the undHrslgniHl nt the oltlrx of- Mllporllllntlt1I1 O tllnllulI In Htnnfort- whtrtl plans spwellUatlons may Iw set n until loVlockv ii on the day of May IW7 nt which time the contract will Iw awarded to tile lowest and liest bidder A bond will la reiiulred for tilt performance of the contract the Ixuird reserving right to reject nay or all bids This the 7th day of prllI mi JT DitiiiBRAuOhalrman J K BAUGHMAN Jack with white points by Turk Inl1tonOIIIKloll18Ji bUIIh RIII hlllwnn u great sugar minus will tluu ut JldJOHN Itatter known 1s the Ham Cochran and Illack with white 13 hands lie Is ltniKlln1havuraIMrlnit who hisTntibm for his taut breeding lie will stand at p MENEFEE lItlItufut Money duu when colt is fonlf or mar tnuloool or INrId withor brit 10oCheuI0lk Mores nt It par mouth nn lake to present nclllllnls but not rlollOlIlhle shoulstnnyoecur Heethl stock and their colt before you It O PJnTUH Preachersvllle Kys GALTON 29W Hired by lamlwttaWIIkeiSillt with with records from tM to lio 11 in llo claimed tolsthu crcuteit klru In the world pit dnnl Iola Illhl ignuuldanl of tt with re of from YIT to YiPt hy Eliaeld tnIsonof llambletotilan 10 data liy Houle Auaricau Mtnr YYa inn 0 YIal11511 daughter have Oi in sanior netter Quickstep by Kentucky Prince Jr sire of r told the dams 1510the5 U t17W OplsandsushiOldJoesireoft1 dam of Y1711 Onllmicarrfshe blood of four leading families IInlllhl Wllkes Mambrl no Chief and IY American Htar- Oiilton Uiidnrk toy16S hinds llInlblllInrge lint leIclloll 111111 ty nly 6of hll colts have been worked n for OliO ltok s mnrk rNouelilVJlheother iwont trials troll IOYti Noun o out of ulauded- rai Inure colt IIIe gone IIlnllllt the Ixwt ill Imrll duress un- 1vudsterdugsuneof his cults imvhlg won n 111111lIIlu1II1II thu fair over ost Ills arengreat denuuwLsnndnr- iringing till hlllhfst rlc ulnuy of their cli11Ig lot lInI1l1 over Is Un necessary Il5 be is so WIII known he IIIIY111J mltonmade nil of hlsseasonsat will stnndut stable tidies West of Hus tonvllleon the Ilrndfordivlllu pike at Till tine If martInturu a Living Cult Money traded aftvr lielng bred Grass utter April month Can keep inures with15 at ttUiOper young colts separate from thoto that hurt not Phone In residence W M DODI llustonvlllc Ky Kentucky Squirrel 2623 Vol VI registered stnillonw1II 1uike- ty tit IOTOIINHLltl A LIVING JOLT sueoktl uldviutlfullu57 1iWilltuufoot y liar full III lands wulglls 190- ound5with high style nct o11hlzennd IIn- tllllI tJnttttclI hut to the ntteutlun of orders IVIJlOIlrvHlred by Weal Squirrel lIull- d l- by muck HIUlrrlllflH VlumYIelurs KlngjSV 11101Hlleer King ho by On Tlme jill lonewull Jncksuu tml dnm by UllblI- I ezington F It HIIUlrrt lit dlllll- Ynddunt the tllIlII of lilt tdgtJhy lIIrt11 by f sun of 1I1hlIIII uOk211N11ir14 Yaghule111g1theIsttcson V of the great1oinnsbnndngernddnln40 hy by Wazy ohow IIlIIrollIIIII IIJ rlllllln IIIIU brother to the great Kentucky Hnulrrel tost this bly the host bred 1Ihll In sue aro large and tion of Kentucky JllhcolU well formed and ho Impresses his slw and tkie lipii Ittt Ion 0tIJlr+Iursawill do well to 1lk horsu over alt note the low service too bo lore booking their mares elsewhere DANDY JIM Jennet black with whiteTho great high full oilier toHubble Worlds air winner PRINCE VOtjD JUlick Jllck whlto pobltl l6hgnds tbre- ollIrold weighs 11 Bounds by black rout Keene of Muse ht by oka will serve inane ut TO INHUltK A IilVlNO COLT Trading marcs forfeits Insurnnijn not re for utldentto mares tila razed tit per month W H DUDDEnAH nowlkndKy r OXFORDSThe season is hero null thb goods are hero antiwe insist that you JtK thorn over In lions goods wo tire showing tho i t WalkoverandlheManss5 I In Patonte Vici and tho Gun MotaU In Ladies Oxfordft we show the I ULTRA AND BROCKPORT In these low shoos wo have been oxceetlingly careful anil fool tutu in saying tint tho Styles and Lasts tire as near correct as was over shown hero Tile + prices of tho inonu goods aro 88 8D80 and St tho ladies aro 8200 and 88 In child rongttndJadSog White Iow Shoos our assortment is good with hl1r 4 colors of polish that you can change to suit any occasion H J NlcROBERTSiSTANFORD KENTUCKY BRIGHTEN UP I Good Paint is not an ex pense but a paying invest ment There is no better Paint than S W P and few as good Come in and talk it Over rtePENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO r LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Ihellestpoiliouselsuld QlJlltedersr 1Vu arc solo igeats or the Orlglnn OrlllAhY1 iolsleu Eya Mahe wide II sold on n IfrnnutntedFleshy1As n dressing for Mores of all kind unequaled Paint vonr House I Dont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here greatlyto 1 best ReadyMixed Paints made r Try i- tSTANFORD DRUG Cow N- csr- y 1jDont Forget To ranart Look at our Now Tailored Suits New Skirts both Voiles and Fancies Now Silk Wraps few Net and Silk Waists Now Wash Waists Now Muslin Underwear A FLYER JJCinch Guaranteed Ulack Tafluta Silk tho 8110 duality for SOc Just tho kind fur drop skirts l SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 j BTANFOHW KY Alilll 10 1007 SUNSHINE Finish will mako old furniture look like new Pennys Drug Store ItPERSONALS JOHN HonniNB of Ilrodhond was hero yesterdayIMgt SAMUKL W SEVERANCE Is frown Louisville MR JAMBS El LYNN remains In a critical condition Mns J W ALCORN spent severn days in Louisville GEoncr MENBFBE Is at homo trot CollegeMRS of Springfield Is 11visiting friends here P M MCKODBRTS visited tho I homofolks at Arcadia MRS J M PETTUS and children oro visiting her brother at Springfield MRS NORA M GOODKNIOHT hns taken rooms at Mrs Mattlo Ncvlus T D NBWLAND JR of Danville spent Sunday with the hotncfolks hero t LexingtonMwas the guest of Mrs W H Wcaren MR AND MRS J E BUCK have mov 4edInto tho cottage opposite Mrs Mat Nevius Miu J C IlAlLEYj wife and children t of Crab Orchard were with relative here Sunday MR CHARLES BOIION of Lebanon was up Sunday to sea one of Stanford prettiest girls MR J D HOLDBRMAN of Spring i field spent several days with his son Henry Holderman MR ANd MRS II M DALLOU or Lancaster visited tho family of Eld Joseph Dallou Sunday MR AND MRS W S WARREN on spending tho week with their daughter Mrs Collins In Danville TUB Young Married Peoples Clul wlllmeelwith Mr and Mrs T A UIcc Friday evening nt 8 oclock TUB Warren Grigsby Chapter U C will meet with Mrs J S Rico at 230 this Tuesday afternoon MR HODMAN KEENON and wife ol Frankfort spent Sunday with Mrs Ma r ry Adams and Miss Frances Adams WHILE skating Miss Roan linker fen and sprained her arm which Is causing Y her much painMt Vernon Signal MISSES CLYDB LAIR and Minnie 0 Hiatt of Mu Vernon who have beer with Mrs E J Drown returned home Saturday DRR K HOURIOAN wife and son Arthur G wbp1 of Marion county spent several days with the family of Mr H C Ruplcy MAYOR A FLORENCE Is up from Wayne county Ho tells us that work has begun on tho railroad between Tatovillo and Monticello MIss GEORGIA NEW URN of Huston vine who has been teaching in Chica go arrived Saturday to visit her rela tive Miss Frances Adams MR JOHN M CARTER returned from Louisville Saturday where ho had been at the bedside of his brother Mr Ar thur L Carter who has typhoid fever NANCY the littlo daughter of Mr and Mrs T C Willis who has been quite sick is much improved She is great favorito with every oneJcs 1n Journal MR JAMES M PHILLIPS has contract to build a handsome concrete residence for L D Brady at Covington last week buyt Ho was in Chattanooga ing a concrete machine JUDOB R C WARREN returned Sat urday from a visit to his son Mr A M Warren at Mobile Ala and daughters Misses Nell and Josephine War ren at Cave Spring Ga Ho was gone uorno two weeks and ho greatly enjoyed the trip MARSIIALI MCCoLLml son or Mr and Mrs Dan McCollum of Junction City is very of typhoid fever at the Gray Street Infirmary in Louisville Tho dis ease was contracted while tho young roan was attending college in Florida Boyle County Herald liON HARVEY HELM of Stanford Congressman from tho Eighth Con greasional district was in town shaking hands with and mingling among his friends Mr Holm Is looking in fine form and appears every inch n Con gressman While hero he cast 100 votes for each of the young ladles In our Jamestown contest Richmond Regis ter LOCALS SUNNY Monday soap at Singletons WALLACE SINGLETON sells fresh pea nubs and popcorn WORKMEN are putting up tho L N tower nt Hemp CAD Aoe tomato and other plant for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford CALL and see our line of parlor tables also mattings and wall paper Trlbbl Pence OUR line of womens Oxfords fa complete Wo have them in black tan gray pink blue and white Cummins McClary FOR SALE OR RBNT The Dr J K VanAradalo property on Cut OtT street For particulars call on or address L R Hughes Stanford PROP iKKijtND has consents to lIng a bass solo Friday evening much to the pleasure of his many friends fTh Happy Three will bu his selection Cow Louisville produc dealers have had their concern Incorporated Ed H Stallcup formerly of tnis place with shares is tho principal Incorporator MR M J MILLER Mt Vernon wealthiest citizen died Saturday aged 79 For many years ho was a directs in tho First National ankhUhls place Ho is survived by a large family Tug trustees of tho Stanford Grade School have elected for another year with tho exception of the high school the present efficient corps of teachers A teacher for tho high school department will bo elected later I WORK begun on hardwood floor for Waltons Opera House early yester day morning and no time is being lost In getting it down It is hoped that the work will be completed so that tho skaters can use it Saturday night However our Fridays Issue will tell about that IN tho declamatory contest at th Graded School Friday afternoon Mills Annie Lewis Gentry won and In threading contest Miss Josephine Carpenter was victorious These young ladle will represent the Stanford Grader School in the Tournament at Spring field May 29 30 31 En WIIKINSON tho o popular barber is to have a handsome new shop Marl lIardin has contracted for a room In the Myers House next to Mrs W S Jones restaurant and heres where Ed will have his tonsorial parlor alter about June He has already purchas ed now furniture which is not only up to datc but both pretty and costly STORE RonnEnAt Hedgcville the general store belonging to Joseph Rice was robbed of about 120 in cash and R quantity of groceries Mr and Mrs Rico live over tho store but they wer not at home The safe where tilt money was kept was found unlocked and it is a mystery how it became un fastened as they remember of locking It that evening at closing FIVE years ago while Mr W Porter Robinson was sharpening a plow point a picco of tho metal broke oft and cut his arm near the wrist Tha abrasion soon healed up and he thought no more of the incident A few weeks ago his wrist began to swell and hurt him so verely and a sore appeared later lie had it opened and the doctor took from his arm a piece of tho plow point near ly a quarter of an inch long AT Friday nightsrinkMiss Kate Pence tho pretty and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs E T Pence was chos en queen of the carnival to be given on tho evening of tho next rink which will be announced later Miss Cucy Peterson was a close second in tho vote The other young ladies voted for were Misses Stella McClary Nettle Wray Lucy Leo Walton Mary Elizabeth McKinney Margaret Bibb Dora Pence Anna D McRobcrts and Mrs J S Rico A good crowd was at tho rink and an enjoyable evening was spent AN Immense crowd attended the burial of Eugene Jones in Buffalo ccmc cry Sunday afternoon Rev W B fandle made a few remarks at tho grave a prayer was offered and several ongs were sung The remains did not each Stanford until Saturday night and they were taken to tho Coffey louse where they remained until tho hour for burial As stated in our last issue Mr Jones was a son of Mr and Airs Cyrus M Jones of tho Maywood action and he died at Las Vegas New Mexico where ho had gone with tho hope of regaining his lost health suei Cheaper to Move Than Pay Rent is an old saying but u truo ono is When your clothes get too small you must got larger tiles Our growing trade demands moro room and we will move about Juno 1ft to the largo room now being built for us in the Mycru House Corner Wo hoped to get in this new room for the Spring trade but tho hud weather kept the work buck Wo bought heavily of Spring goods and nro crowded for space msequcntlywe will odor many attractivo bar gains in order to reduce our stock by moving timo June let The cold weather line hindered the soiling of Spring goods and we must reduce our stock within tho noxt 45 days Watch this space for special oflcringB SONSOMETHING new in Summer Under wear Let us explain to you its merit Cummins McClary IT Is a line to throw trash In tho gutters Take it to the sink hole back or Jolla M Stonea R G Jones Cit Marshal THE Control Kentucky Reid Eatat Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices TUB recital at th Graded Friday evening promises to be one of tho most enjoyable ever given there Tickets on sale at Pennys Drug Store at usual price ITilE L N will run nn excursion Stanford to Louisville Sunda week May 12 at 75 for the round trip Train leaves here at C15 A M Tho first excursion to Cincinnati will bo runjnext Snnday Train leaves here n- tGAt 175 for the roundtrip Tile Stanford basoballteetngot wal loped 27 to 7 In a game nt Lancaster on Saturday afternoon About the only feature of the very poor game was the homo run knocked by Robert Fcnzel Jr of this office A return game will be played here Wednesday afternoon when it is hoped that our boys will redeem themselves Tile month just about ended will long be remembered as one of the most disagreeable that ever came in the glorious spring time There were not over two or three good days during its en tire existence and rain snow hail and frost were as common almost as in January It is about to pass away now and we speed the parting quite anxious to welcome the merry month of May which is bound to bring us bettter conditions RomNeoNAMUSEMENTCoThe Indianapolis News of a recent date has this to say of these great shows Of all amusement shows of the midway class that has ever visited Indianapolis tho famous Robinson Amusement Co is the very best and is by far the cleanest and it is the only one which has no lea ture that would mar the pleasure of witnessing It There arc no vulgar dances nor tough specimens on tho grounds and no loud or unpleasant talk ing to which ladies might object In fact we can commend it as one of tho most pleasing entertainments ever giv en Somerset Lodge of I 00 F has secured the above famous company for their Street Fair which begins at Somerset the week of May C ON Friday last the local lodge I 0 0 F celebrated their 88th anniversary in a fitting manner A short account of the early history of Stanford Lodge was given by Mr J A Allen in a few well chosen remarks Dr W F Vaughan in n timely thoughtful and impressive manner gave a most inter esting address on tho suggestive sub ject of Get There J W Ireland gave a splendid talk on the foundation principles and benefactions of tho Odd Fellows throughout tho union J C McClary made an earnest talk on the value of individual effort to each member The concluding remarks were appropriately given by Mr A C Sine Tho quartet composed of Messrs Fal Us Singleton McClary and Ireland ren weillreclovedprofitable and calculated to impress one favorably with tho work of the I O O F THE Uniformed Rank of Knights of Pythias was instituted in tho Castle hull of Diadem Lodgo No 81 Saturday night by Brig Gen J E McCracken of Newport with Cols G B Vanhorn and R L Slade of Lexington and Capt F N Furies of Paris assisting The company officers are Capt J S Rice 1st Lt W H Warren 2nd Lt J N Mcnofec Jr Guard J W Ireland Sargcants C E Tate recorder J S Baughman treasurer H C Wray Commissary Trumpeter T Bruce T W Pennington received a commission- as aiddecamp on Gen McCrackcns staff The namo of tho company is Vanhorn Company No 16 U R K P assigned to 2nd Ky Regiment Tho members besides those above mentioned are W L McCarty Mark Hardin John F Engleman B F Rout A C Goodrich J W Williams T H Ends S G Bentley J R Newland R H Coffcy P L Dock George H Farris T J11111 Sr Sam G Castello R L Burdett Harry Hill L M Huey SCREEN doors and wire cloth at SinI glctons SCRBRN doors and windows at W 111 Higgins I HAVE a splendid lot of buggy har noss at all prices J C McClary SeE our special 44ineh Black Volt for 80c worth 110 Severance Son FOR millet wed seed and Northern seed potatoes call on T D New land LOST OR STOLEN Gentlemans gold watch Liberal reward James R Newland SOLID colored and and Star braids for braiding Severance Son PLEASE bring back the skate key you have taken from the opera house Stanford Rink Co IF you want to know why those hun dred children are so happy hear the Robin chorus Friday evening suspendersare a decided improvement over tho ordinary Bu- them of Cummins McClary MRS G B PRUITT will have 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 James Spillman hItS sold his farm consisting of 460 acres in Garrard county to John W Scott and Jerome Ruble The price paid was 75 per acre Brigham Young lirlgbnwYoungntuilINr from Htunfonl nt tu to Insure u living colt W lUnlIIYIHtonlonl STOP LADIES I Ladies slopwearing your backs out on wash days stop wearing your clothes oul by rubbing them and use Difiees Liquid Soapwhich is guaranteed to knock out- is per cent of the labor of washing and cause the clothes to last 20 per cent longer A sample of two gallons deliver ed free at your door Will call to see you J F CASH Take Our Standard Remedy For clntlcaitheumntlstnInnnmmntory llliiU- muUfinsnlt Rheum Indigestion Constl tuition Kidney Trouble or nny ilUciiio- nrlilng from Impure blood Remember If Inked nccardltiK to direction nod ho or ill In not boneiitiMl by the use of the remedy we will refund your money tc any mlilrt on receipt of II Knch pnckagt contains 201 dose with n reulnterrd piuiran try For sale by iteuben V Illlmns Agent McKlniHy Ky PUBLIC SALE I I will otTer at public sale at Ben Cool eys on MAY o7 the following personalty Good gentle driving horse harness and buckboard one spring wagon and harness some farming implements one set of good fencing tools 300 or 400 feet of good boxing lumber fruits and fruit jars bedding household and kitchen furniture Sale 10 A u JOHN BKACKETT Stanford Ky FOR SAL i A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is fine 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 soldwithin the next 60 days cash bal ance to snit purchaser For further in formation in regard to farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford KyTRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Visa Furniture of All Kind Car- peL Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains iiid Wall Paper Mr E T Bentley has charge of ho Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133I t Special No2 ate toss l OneFourth ofi tho pries 01 any now Spring Tailor Suit Tans Greys Navye Black and Fancies 1 1+ +Hy4 ++H ill J fu4H4 II + J I + IF+4114ti ill SFEClftL While it lasts we will sell the 150 pieces of Silk displayed in our i window at J29 per YardiNow the extensive use of Voiles this season makes the Silk Drop Skirt necessaryIf already know it just take our word for it that Uthe price of Silk is advancing more rapidly than on anything else This is just one of the many good things that we are offering Come and see i L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseiSTANFORD KENTUCKY t LADIES OXFORDS tarw- Our Line Is Now Complete All The Gorrect Things For Smart Dressers W E Perkins IKentucky Screen Doors Screen Wire Cloth Poultry NettingJfGarden Tools Garden Seeds Plow Gear c at Bottom Prices at Geo DP Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY EGGS FOR SALE I RO n Leghorn eggs for setting of or three iottlnci or Mim s UO DKIIRTIJiustonvtlle L Si N TIME THBLE NoIl South p N No 23 Mouth lisw F 11SQIJOS S RICE Agent t I 4 i 1 I The Interior Journal Entered in the PoilOJfict of Stanford a tteenddau matter PUBUBUBD TOESUAYS AND VUXXIXX AT 5100 PIER YEAR CASH r IWWhen not so paid IJOO will be charged I Farm for Sale or Rent Good furntof SlOnoros near TurnersvIlK for inle or rent Nice new residence antI nI outbuilding In rtpitIInecessary AddrinsJ F ovEil Cur Term private r bin Ky or on O K IJower on the place NOTICEAny ono necxllnB a Union Jnck nnd win T nwithorderHtretchrr can leave their Nowlnnd nt Htnllfonl lie Ilni oM lie will will 111 Ihow nnll take our onler nllll thMmonbarl unlice ILl LVNI- 4FOIUB1DCALRTEF New Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A WORD TO YOU I You nro invited to look nt the New White flood iltunburu loc te Also n new line of Mohair lit Black lime nrowiiuriv till 44inch wide splendid ullleJot floe Jry- rird toThose linvlng KKRS will give tlckttl to them on tills rente Bring them In before they go down O n HAHIUHOruu Orchard Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberte Drug Storo in the Owsley Building INSURANCE Lightning Vlnd ute and lire Accident None the HTKONOKHT and BEST Companies Represented Lowest ros ilbie Rates OU8mnt d u Paying Kec WdUnequalled Talk with iAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence 1hone No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rendymnde clothing when there 1110 little IIl1tenmeo In the price of ready- made suite and n null made to your measure taken by an experienced tnllorr I have n handsome line of Sprint Hummereoods I osa make front ft low prIce buInes lult to the flnestdross suit Aho OverooaU Trous era and Fancy Vests The company I rep relent Is second to none HO itupinY The Tailor mnnford Ky JflMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEALER UT Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build ders 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 STASFOUD KY Special Attention liven Commerclnl Mon Uood Hlgs at Uensoiiiible llates Stock Pena In Connection Also agents for all kinds of Hnrveitlng Machinery ciasollne and Hteam Knglne Threshing Machinery and How Willis It will pay you to sen us before buy Also commission Bulcsmtn for all secondhand machinery ecdth I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35I JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture Matting Rugs will exchange Furniture forIall Kinda of Stock Give Them a Call Prjcee Right TANFORDI KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Perryville Is to have an uptpda creameryHemp for sale 150 per bushel W C Shanks Stanford 2t Robert Bradley n wellknown Vir ginia horseman is dead at Charles City Fresh milk cow or sale Good one W F Shomakeru IL No2 Stan ford J M White of tho Parksvlllo neighborhood sold a 27monthsold jack to Joe E Wright for 1000 Stanford White Is the name Snmuel M Owens lies given a fine jack that is making the season at Mr Owens farm near McKinney Big Tim Sullivan paid 15000 for the colt Dr Gardner which won the Excelsior Handicap and has nearly twice over won out the price of tho animalSix black and spotted hogs weighing about 150 pounds left my place two weeks ago Liberal reward for their return or information lending thereto B D Holtzclaw Walnut Flat The cows of the United Staves yield about 9000000000 gallons of milk a yearwatered and unwatered the butter product is nearly 2000000OOC pounds all grades and the product of cheese over 300000000 pounds Estrayetl from my place about foui weeks ago a cow and calf red white and spotted muly cow bell and chair on neck red calf with white front feel and white spot in forehead 5 reward to return to Fred Payk Krigcr Ky 2t The big barbecue given at Lexington by the Burley tobacco branch of the American Society of Equity did a great deal toward strengthening the organi zation as well as giving mental and gastronomic satisfaction to a crowd that included at least ten thousand vis itors The principal address of the day was delivered by Congressman W P KimballAt public sale of the late Irvc Pittman near Parksville everything brought good prices and a very large crowd was present Horses brought from 100 to 560 brood mares brought from 175 to 300 cattle averaged f cents a pound and Coshmire Goats brought as much as eight dollars piece The sale amounted to about 61 000 Danville NeWt F P Combest sold Lee Wesley 1X barrels of corn for 300 Combest Carson sold their saw mill to Ed Prjcc for 800 The Casey County German Coach Horse company closed a trade with Cash Dohoncy of Lebanon Tuesday for Matz No 1903 the German Coach Stallion that has been here for 10 days The price paid was 2000 lie will make the season here at 20 Liberty News A Woman Tells How to Believ Rheumatic Pains I have been a very groat sutTorei from the dreadful dlseiue rheumatism for a number of years I have tried many medicines but never got much relief from any of them until two years ago when I bought a bottle of Cham berlalns Pain Balm I found relief before I had used all of one bottle but kept on applying It and soon felt like different woman Through my advice many of my friends hnvo tried it and can toll you how wonderfully It has worked Mrs Sarah A Cole 140 S Now St Dover Del Chamber lains Pain Balm Is a liniment The relief tram pain which it affords is alone worth many times Its cost It makes rest and sleep possible For sale by all druggists A mother who had invited company to dinner said to her young son Freddy dont say anything about Mr Ms nose at the dinner table tonight Nom replied Freddy Just as the dessert was brought in reddy remarked in clear distinct tones Ma what did you tell nie not to sky anything about Mr Ms nose for Ho asnt got any Gentle and Effective A wellknown Manitoba editor writes As an inside worker I find Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tablets Invaluable for the touches of illlousnnss natural to sedentary life their action being gentle and effective clearing tho digestive tract and the lead Price 25 cents Samples free at all druggists DAVID C ALLEN of Hustonville will make the race for assessor of Lincoln ounty He is a prominent dealer in live stock and a brother of Mr Millard Allen of this city and a splendid entlemen lie is noted as a demo ratic worker of influence and should be rewarded by the good people of Lincoln for his faithful services of the last Danville Herald Public Warnlngl We shall not be responsible If any person takes any but tho genuine Fo oys Honey and Tar for coughs and olds Imitations are worthless and nay contain opiates The genuine oloys Honey and Tar In the yellow tackago contatnes no opiates and is safo and sure GLPenny Hail Spring shouted they Why certainly responded Spring I shall also bo pleased to rain snowstorm freeze thaw and drizzle And she did so NOTICE I JTo thoio desiring the privilege of drlnktn Olympian Hprlngs urn now tollln water tlckvls good for its ttnllon of O Witter prlco sic now for gnlloi ticket lrlco t now for It fhusu Irice are for cash hen the ticket I lire liurchaoil purchaser to furnish his own bottlei pnkng K M siMs 1ror 10 llustonvlllo Ky 50 Years An Agency50 The Oldeit in Central Kentucky Get my Rates before Iniurinff Nothing but Fir tCU Compan iet Represented JESSE D WEAREN The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY ALMONT DARE Hired liy Dignity DnrellHJ A8 Hi liy Climter nun ho liy Ulaok Squirrel ho liy Itlnck Kiil It hf by KluSWII lliiiiilT Ut tin Toxnwny Itm T II IL she liy AlxlalmU Mnmhrltio tiv AlmontSI Suit elalil Uidv IflVi4 In lrlt liuvla bv llourlxm 1lilef Urn tliiiu Mnillu hy Foreign MBht liy Foreigner by Inport rtlUlfliicu Uliilntn lktll l by Ounntiii linnrs Ioppvr hutton till Unin by Imported lluzznnl AI lIST fAult lint Upward of 8 Import ml eroMPi on lilt ilmnl iltlv trncllig to Im ported SlonsoiiRvr tlIIW1to liiipirtmd IMo MKxIt million to 1 llmej to Imported lloneo sumo lmirltil Ilnn sor IinportiHl Cnntluorn FrorUi1 MHtoli mi Fllnimp ItlHckfust Trnvvlrr nml other Fortlie style IwtiutydUiio Hlon nml per formiimv In Imrmss iintl uiulnr utdilK con Btdrrlng ii nd handling ho lint no supe nor hut few Iounls rtio him nnd you will like him Ho tins hut two rolls as vtnml their owners nro proud of t hum Will ttnnd at HMO Also two good Jacks that lIetll hilt few words of ioiiiiiiundiitlou to the public n they huvo Hindu thrlr reputation IU vxtrn brwdtrii Jacks will itmul nt All the above will tnnkt the iitVMtnt sw non at my nine from Iii tonvlll un IluttonvllleA Mhurty turnplku UrnS furnlslutl ot tJMir month Not reo iponilblt for accident or v onH 1 1OWKLI A Hox IlUHtoilvlllo Ky NABOTH JR NnlKith Jr li u rliti nil bay 7 vrnr old mid lull ImiuU high WfUlu IJ umU and U n uorau of wonderful beauty hnvlni u loiiKrmiip heck unol carrying line till II II it otuU1 horse with siiN rb all rUIIIIIIwtlIIllUIIlllkAIIOIIIOf old Nnboth hf link grtiit nutuml 1p4CtI in hnrnens nnd n grtwtrr reeking liorM can not t found III the HUitt of Kenturky hay IItir doal In fniicv liorton for to your furtlUhlng them for sill time markets In thlc4IuItrynnhI I niiionxlnusto eneonmce the bre Ier of horses to coutlniiH to mloo better onwt As Is generally known thin n scarcity of good Iionu hun how suitable for turn innrkuthrlnK fancy prlem It tiret- MierouIdrnlseNumbec on IIIss they THE WARFIELD Trial iSI Trotting Dark tiny Htnlllnn 11 hand fOil hod Aueiut 19H brttl at Village Farm Knst Aurora X Y Klrstdum NaiiKhty t lymrold record ll sire of llnttloton 4yr reconl ttI AII1rlulIllhtrrrfConi 1Itt It others In SSI llnii Ion of linwnrd nil rccoril jfL4 sire of IJInmd Sliver 1sIA3 and IN others In the 2SU list Unwiml was sired by Utorgv Wilkes Sill =2nd dam Duenna IInod liy ilainbrlno King UtV sire of Tt Ineludlng Lndy of the Monor InnIonl lerby 2t heir lit Law oilier In ant dum Pullet ly utwood no tilt Din of In tilt list Ith damTopiu by Htratliniore trel In the list fith dam by Albion mh sushI Neil by hMwln Forest Till Ham Idy Turner by Mnmbrlno Chief II Tho Wnrlleld was bred to only IS mnr w UK hils foals all lipnmdiwl plenty v slzu and kUbstunce and plenty of lI The Wnrlleld lin ntpremntntlre stnlllon In nIl the term Implies To saiy that he liis size nulwtunie HIU speml only m part uiiiinslzet- ine 11IUlllhl comubilmed In thu SOfl of 1ire lkIl lie liii isisi art of inch sytu metrical chanictern to make him n stnlllon iimonit many Ills head nlkl niHik Ixnly Iat IIl1d legs tire perfrct whell1I11I cotmimestloli it hIs faultless pit III1lRnt lieauty lire esiioclally Impressive You should sc this horse nerore ormiing You wilt say you never looketi nt u better one The Wnrlleld Is the only stnlllon thnt lull 7 dams In the great brood than lint lit line two Mnmhrluo King iriMwn two Mnmbrlno Putrlien two tiunbrtuo Chief ono ttalriis one unwnrd Kieonte Wllkfi I Klwtlonem1 Nutwood Htrutbnioru more trotting rroMm thnn ulnllloii alltv The Wnrlleld Is by burt IVovll Jinst nionl 1O HH bv Mnmbrlno King 1V5 IIP by Jlninlirlno Pntchen he by ijiiitrImio thlol Ham trod by UlilmeeBlh by nice tlonoer 15 Pure IVvIl Is II great winner He won thonhamplonnhlpnt till Nntloiml Horse Show In 1HH class IIrt Nil tI 0 Hors Shiow In claw It Nntloniil horse- Show class 2 Ilrst National hors Show iMJ clas 10 cliamplonslilp Natlotml Ilon IIM CIIl881 lint National If r eHliiiw 1101 9 ut Nutloratl llornv Show clan Jlrst Huston Horse Hhow llifj eiiisD rkxton Ilorsv Show Mtt ohmn seiond lloiton hors Show 1951 class Moond lliMtoit Horse Hhow lOH class 2 reserve Ho ton Horao Show UI class third lUHton Horse Show ClotH 7 Hislrwl TIlt lixnu Idmil IlIiX islre of Irlncess Helen tnG4JtoII Daughter li4 Sarah Jlumlln 2W5 Trlrter 222W DnreIovllJr8 Will make the present miinon at our farm itilla from MfKlnney Ky nt to Insure wtUHlio Living Colt stand the good Hf4ACK JAOK CONQUKKOILnt JS to Insure n Mvlng Colt He Is n good Individual U ImmU high white jwlnts go4Mt Inngth lln bone nnd f M 1WKNH a sos MeKlnney Ky First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 ThIs Institution wss ejUbllihoC ss the Deposit Dank of Stanford In Uli then reorRanlied as the National Dank of Stanford in 1865 and again reorganlted u the PInt National Baik of Stanford in 1883 haYing bad practically an uninterrupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with tacihities for transact lag uslneis promptly and woll than over before In Its long and honorable circa Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cur porations Solicited IOfflc8r J flOOKKK PIBI S T IlAHKis V Pies J J MCU01IEKT3 Ohr W H WEAUENAsst Ohr Directors arid Ilauvills 8 T Harris Stanfori J 9 Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford U Raughman Stanford T P Stanford las Robinson Hubble I H KavKhman Stanford J Pettus Stanford O B Tate Stanford the Dncoltt bounty national Dank Of Stanford RenluclwV HAS PtiCapital 5OOOOOO Surplus Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available for use of its Patrons 31500000 iVVVV 44 mst take tho maru to tlio right kind 01I sirs Niitx iii Jr lit ulI1 mi ai n t n i hurst that wilt mat I ur horN lliiil tin nmrkfl 1tIIII1IIItfurthlI tIe uhl u lo Uliib hirie iur fnnl1rrlC4ni iliis last iitpiul rniil hu btllMtl li tulle NftiUllki you Mn Ret th right kind of Iiunm by breeding to N Uith Jr You will not Uml thl inlllon hum tk Ilsitl uf Old NnlMitli ltiilill l tuiilHli llhl Chief It1 Vhlkrs hor Ullko Miitiilirlno thirt Illot Jr ninth la- y1iiiiiipiHiiy NnlHilli IIfla JntJ i lii by WHUlualmiii JIM sire of iuIltudHilinde- eerol QuinN lit tb lIt WnUlimbnMi Is Dignity Dare NO1t42Vol5A H U Mnboffttn black x int his only on loft hlml foot US hniHl lilnh wvinhs impounds strong flat bone 8isr HWIK and lull good beck with lone cmnT tnp sting meek well act In hjIiIuuuinteilii- mulihtlor n Middle hfml end ear on him a model umbr hnltiT Hlwny wnm blue string III iiiodnl rlim rpt twice when lll wll uninst Ills own t wutMlvrful style In hariiGsji it show horse snr Vliin oUt y ear old worn nil honor In hla CHM wrbirewr shown nloo tli tluie tic In wieu stake lmrn thugs nt MIII uig Vlwn n 1ymrold be Wl houn II thin ansi 13bluentrln i hn nirrr boon defiatf III fancy hurirfuess rin always thu Ittur in stallion taliv ring a lrrirwhen shown with thrw or more of hla ei- for sliv style g ml rouffHmntPxi and fur nIl hsuurpos us wHhlki borw with live dutlnet Hill fast llw nellng rneker good In two wnlksnitd u nbc loixr Very iostIe In bU trot under SMddloniHl III hllrllllrlt till around helium Is re quired for mi uploitnU sire of high Jwlcsel hue horse for saddle or hnri M He Is it sum enough hnrne s tiers crncrful styllli huRl fast show vlghths In ISW mvonds n 2SS guilt with hut little IIHIHIIIII did thU haul one ymr avo after KTVIIIK muusrPs III till iprlllg lie lit pOKIWWtl Of WOlHllrfU- lmrvw And upwd noiinh to gel n trotter fur rillhllmhull10to net carrliin horse with n klinll dlipo Ulon fur nil purios of a funnily horse lie U till Iuore tu sire imrkcri ntyllib griKW fulHiitMtaiirv nnd docility It hut 111- IIlnlI up liy hors tiit ii that hf Unn of the inoit uniform brwdiTu In Kinturky fle tyixt hU inlti nfti r hlniHlf hits mvvr sired u sorrel colt lilost 110 IInbll hors for the fiirinvrnnd mmill Iir rdt r to produw u tint homt which Mrvn tin iIst rung of Purposes well IIM colts lire how Coils of tins very hliilit t lypt liluw string wlmnm from tilt oldest to tin voungtt lit of hut colt hnvi ixtn offonil for mid soul for mi nvirnRp of Plunnil lh nvTiiR IIBO of them Is yours 7 iiiiiiitlin mud days PKturMlKK Hlrid by IMientr flare N II U h by llltuk H illrnl M In l v ru Wlll 11 SIth1 a rat ii ni 11111 hy MIIgr liiris I sfl of llunililetoiitail Heromlilnin lUss Sister to Jnini How Jr by llninbli tonliui ThlnllllIIIJIIl ItIIIrtKclliiM Nalxiili Jr lot dam liy MIMIII rinddnuuithorouuhbred Nnbolh Jr will N keptdurlni tliese on of llrtf lit Ply stable In Nmeiuter Kyn and frIIItiT mil irepariHl bent for stock front ndlstnnrv nt reasonable prliwi hut no re sponilblllly niMuimHl for neeldeitu or os eniMm of stuck eummlltnl to WIIm1I1IISloIIn ulr Ky IItlk111IHdlekWiuliiimnf first dam lniilln by Almont MHI Korrst of fItIIf HI J t 1 lo Mar i traded or mnovmt forfeit ln antI luotMy Ixromo thus and must lie ut thus uf such trnnmrtlon iiirvs ii fljn lwr inoHlli and bill to lx iiHld Ihlifon rsluioyiul of iiinren ilmlnfnl lit rniioiwl rh s Mars ntrii tHl will recrlve my IHTMIIIHI nttentlnn will not ri iislble for ntridrnts or et nttft 1bolle In resldi lire Hi Huitonvllle Ky 111 CAUrHNTHU Col Bird40566 hey horse foaled IPM hired by Ot 0 I iNilivllle Ky- Hlml bylWilUii Mitef tfntNo riM sire of S 2y rolds with 2ll or tidier by Velllnn tW sire of In list Utdmil Illrdle Kennev lull sister to howbnil JilSi sire of 8 utah itiiiino lut sire of I and otlle Wilkes 2B ily lamtMttn Wilkes t IV IIln of II with record of z in or ltlerillt tutu Kill hnvis IIltm of Lord Stimuruili- liH sire uf tnmiiiorlus tire f4ViHlle Vllkratmnnd Kllle HelleU 2 iindirniHlainof dipt luuk 2 U UUIIIr I5 nnd Oov Brie 2 27W sire 011 ort ma Hhnw 2JIH fly Itt Wllke 2 to sirs of lilt usual ire of tlie ilimuof liT SiLl ham JUlie Davis the dum of one urn nml rattI dam toni Humrnll iluSOowHliSin7Hltl Hell ti i Ma net 70 die Wllkes 2 M Alexander Atxlalhih 212 No III sire of UollImllh Mnld 211 nnd others lib dnm by Crocketts Itollfounder- Col hunt was hired in tlielVclN for n two minute horse He is ID bnndu high good and strong hind is the kind or horse to breed to Hit insult lnforr you bntil- D H CAIirKNTEH Huttonvllle Ky ATTENTIONNow is the time to get YOU a new buggy Call in and examine my stock before they are picked over-t Also have a full line of Harness t Phone 174 E T PENCE J W B MoRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes PEUsosfAfi supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded VIV