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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXVSTANFORD KY FRIDAY NAY 3 1907 NO 18 FLATWOOD Itov A C Haird filled his appoint ment at Harmony church Saturday find Sunday lien Cormlney walt with tho horne folks Sunday Mrs M F Cormlney has purchased a now buggy Tho firm of Coldlron Cloaso been dissolved by mutual consent haI Clouso retiring and Mr Coldiron tlnulng in tho business r While stretching a wlro fence Wm Payne let a stick hojiad twisted In tho wire slip from his grasp It struck him in the face bursting ono eye and other wise injuring him Ho was doing very well at last accounts W L Lawson bought two fat calves of James Miller and four from W II Furr at SG per hundred J D Miller o bought a horso of John Higsby for 136 W II Furr bought somo corn from from Louis Nave at 250 Writs of arrest were served lust weekI on Salem Gillespie a Negro preacher of this place and Henry Kavunaugh a young Negro also of Flatwood charg ing them with stealing grass ICed from the porch of E M Walker KavaI nough was given 35 days in tho workhouse Glllcsplo was held over under bond for his appearance ut circuit courtJames HUBBLE Wilder is 84 years old and is cutting his third new tooth- J C Eubanks and wife are arrang ing to visit relatives in Illinois soon Bro Omer will preach at tho Chris tian churns Sunday afternoon at 230 i John and Joo Robinson sold some corn at tho crib on their river farm at 285 Dr Hicklo had a fine sorrel maro to die a few days ago from overdriving Mrs S M Spoonamoro la having somo improvements mado about her kitchenJames Swopo and Tom Wilder sold their crop of tobacco at 7Jc all around to tho Morcland firm John McClure who lives at David Eubanks is 00 years old and begun tho uso of tobacco at the ago of 14 Ho quit his Xth birthday and gave as his reason that ho could no longer spit oT himself and it was a filthy habit Relief from Rheumatic Pains l suffered with rheumatism for over two years say Mr Holland Curry a patrolman of Key West Pla Sometimes it settled in my knits and lamed mo so I could hardly walk at t other times It would bo In my feet and hands so I was Incapacitated for duty Ono night when I was In severe palo and lamo from It my wife went to tho Jdrul store hero and came back with n I J of Chamberlains 1aln Halm 1 was rubbed with It and found the pain had nearly gone during tho night I kept on using It for n little more i than two weeks and found that It drove f the rheumatism away I have not hud any troublo from that tlUenso for over three months For sae by all druggists Sho presented her ntufashion able wedding Friend of the bride or groom 1 naked tho usher I am tho fiancee of tho organ blower sho explained blushing l W E Corey was reelected president of the United States Steel Corporation DARE ALL NO 2086 Tho romblmxl Htnllton will innki n limit Kl M nItoTat Ijiwn Mtrw Stork Knrm tinllfi Wm of lluxtorivlllf Kv on the- Ithulfonlvlllo A llmtomllk pike iunr larl emer 4tnllun lit sea tUII11 n volt Mnrti trmlwl or jinrlvd with forfolU Initirnucttnnd moiiiy lRromo iluo nt tune of ugh trnnuictlun lii u rvtnlncU on colt till MII 101114 lad Mare grazed nt n ninntli irulii ltd If dixlrtnl nt renonnhle- rate lllllt iiiunt Iw Nilil before removal ot r t iimrii Mnrra cntriutril will rvoulvo my HT nUoiitlon lint vat will not bo ru urecnlelonlbleJlmrMIITIONloliled in IWJ hand bluliilurlt tiny one trout ami rear foot white lnr tuxlel of grant txnuty wlh short look Inllg neck hI wull lopln- Rhuuldenand wllh grenttylonsodowuulil ei xMot trniu rending bill 11tIII1I1II uOtlll- lane rut tad leg wonderful bttulnn ttracflvo II holler Illhlll nod in- utrnot wllh tlIIII In11I1 movmnent that froini it IIIIIR llmtoFlliwinoHfumoui ulieeitry of Middle bon i tho worlil linn ever pnxlrcttl IMiiiuiiiiKKHlrcd by IMRnlty Porn No ltVol II ho by U inter Unto MO by lllnek iulrml ho by Hliiok Ku flgtnnlhnllnark14bobyUuinelwnumrk tahaaby by ltrtl Haiilrrel W red duni by Mol II foal by King and diim by onvor Th PIgnlty11r4dunt- by VnctunonOtdTAT1LIt hr bg llntn Welch hll by HlllllhlelulIllIlI- filII iliim by Mlnllaltlot eu orarddnmby UIII rlllll lKMABKMIn oaeriagthe lorvlccs of laruvilto tho occasion to Ntiitu without iiroiniii tloiitlMtl havo boon a breeder and of IIIIIC nddlu hors oor syenrlint oxperluncoholnaghtInn- drknax nod nppdre ntua ono ParAll lithe result of curoful IIIK bnidlnu nnd come IK niituml result of inutlnrf tho very heat ninrus with thin torn ino tstiilllon thoHtato bus nlTordrd Onr vying nbout tI per cent of King William bloo ingn nterPr cent than any ttulllijn tn service In the Htnto King Wllllmu bnlug- regarded 11 Ilrllollllllllll for fancy Mtddlo and hnrllu boree IN 111 Iran by Ihll now coming famous Diiro ho In turn by lJIIter Dnro following n long list of itlros every ono II grunt show hone out that wero wiuullv as famous hownmreutsdhldam Me the iliow maru wo ever owned having cefusedherofortier wo think unUiln him tit to the ellrellil or nil propec live brooders Wo think Must the grandest show hone Hoe hint before booking your nutrceCM t R KOAUPKNTEK Ihouo In ro iaoncoHu tonvllle Kxchnngo i Wo are glad to present to our readers again the picture of Itov It H CrofsficM tho evangelist who is to lead tho forces in the meeting that is to blgin next Lords Day at the Chris tian church Mr Crossficld Ian Anderson cqunty man lie Is still corn paratively young but as n pastor and an evangelist ho has been very successful His present pastorate is with tho First Christian church of Owen boro where ho has been for II years and ho has built up ono of tho strongest rand most aggressive congregations in Ken tucky Ho Is an active leader in Christian Endeavor temperanco and all lines of good work Ho is at present presi dent of the South Kentucky Christian Missionary Convention An a speaker he is pleasing clear and strong and Is in demand for addresses in conventions and as an evangelist The church is fortunate in securing him for this se ries of meetings KINGSVILLE Squire Adams held court hero Monday Three civil cases were tried Tho county attorney failed to appear and Squire Adams threatened to fino him for contempt of court John Dyo and Miss Mamie Mitchell were married Monday by Kcv Cook of Highland Mr Dyo is handsome and popular anti his brido is quite pretty and a fine young woman Their friends wish for them a lifetime of happiness Dr J W Acton and M G Murphy wore in Somerset last week on busi ness Traveling Engineer Lanahan of Ludlow was hero Monday Virgil Has tin and wife were guests of his mother at Science Hill Mrs Edmund Murphy continues quite Eld J G Livingston of Crab Orchard filled his appointment hero Sunday and preached two good sermons Wo are glad to announce that ho will return the fourth Sunday in May and con tinue to preach at tho Christian church tho fourth Sunday in each month Mr and Mrs Alonzo Itlgncy aro the guests ofrelatives hero and are receiv ins congratulations of their friends they having been united in marriage at tho brilea homo at Floyd last week The bride who was Miss Maud Stroud is an exceedingly pretty girl tall and stately while the groom is handsome and popular- S M Owens of McKInney was hero between trains Monday U II Smith went to Lexington Sunday Mrs Smith is visiting her mother near Atlanta Revel Gooch of Somerset was hero Sunday Miss Mollie Walter and Wal ter Milburn of Stanford were guests of relatives here Mrs Ed Gooch and baby returned to Somerset Monday Sho was accompanied by Miss Ncttio Gooch Mrs Ed Paul of McKinney was tho guest of Mrs Tabitha David son Mrs Llllio Frisby ofArabia was tho guest of her brothers family here Deputy Sheriff Will Hester and funnily of Stanford wero tho guests of rela lives here Mrs Anna Burroughs has returned to her homo at Atlanta Ga after a protracted visit to her parents hero There is every indication that the reign of the elbow sleeves is drawing- to a close Tho sleeves on the new gowns are short but como well below tho elbow and tho close ltting cult of tucked chiffon and laco lengthens them still more Tho fashion has been so exaggerated and caricatured that it has entirely lost any smart effect ex opting in some elaborate gown with which elbow sleeves arc appropriate For midsummer and In tho thin lab rics tho fashion will revive to a cer tain extent but fortunately Its popularity has proven its own undoipg and- re long it will bo numbered as a past fashion There has never been a casu of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to do velop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used constantly because It k slho whVloeye tem In perfect order Do not bo im posed upon Thero aro imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on tho mar cot ask your druggist for Whites gen uine Diamond Brand NEWS NOTES Andrew Carnegie has donated 60000 to tho University of the South at Sew anee Tenn The public printer ut Washington has released 200 bookbinders qn account of luck of work Mrs Barbara Ann Owsley one of the oldest and best beloved women Midway is dead aged 81IThe Union Pacific and other railroads in Nebraska contemplate resisting thoI new twocent passenger law Simultaneous fires Ih tho town of Lccsvlllo and lloscplne La caused damages estimated at more than 200000 It is sent out from Lexington that Congressman Longworth and wife will attend tho races at the Blue Grass Capi tal Saturday Many people joined in the celebra Lion at Morganfiuld that marked tin completion of tho new ralllroad connect- Ing with the L NIThu hearing in case of Texas against the Water Pierco Oil Co to oust it from the Stato has beenI adjourned to May 10 Wijliam E Dodge a wealthy Now Yorker was fined 100 and sentenced to 10 days in at Yonkers N Y for automobile IIpeedlngIJohn Mitchell president of the Uni ted Mine Workers has just undergone u severe surgical operation in a hospi tal at Spring Valley III A street light brought on by a hum orous remark occurred at Ashland be tween Jim Dlnguss and John Stone the a latter being filially wounded The last of the suits brought by the Government against former Senator W A ClarK in connection with umber land patents was dismissed at butte Mont It was olliclully stated m New that the total muckut value of ull bondtlt alleged to have ben stolen from the Irust Company of America by W U Dougluss was 570000 Judge Watts Iurker granted bail to Willmm llriuon recently tried for theJ Husaiimtion 01 Jim CocKnll at son Britton has been in the Lexington jail nearly three years Tho bitter feeling against Negroes as a result of an assault on Mrs ScCtont an aged white woman at Greensburg Ind caused a riot Six Negroes were badly beaten ono of whom may dtecAmerican sailors won all tho places Inc two of the three international races be tween crews of warships in Hampton toads but tno British tars took first and second places in ono of thn contests It was decided by Judge Bugg at May field that tho State Boardof Health has no authority to revoke the licensed a practicing physician until that physician has been convicted in some competent court- Members of the Burley tobacco branch of tho Society of Equity are discussing tho feasibility of building a factory to manufacture their product because of the indifference of tho Trust in tho matter of purchasing their pooled crops Coincident with the report that John W Gates and his son Charles G Gates will withdraw from active participation in the stock market comes the report that tho firm was recently heavily in volved and that the losses of father and son in tho last year aggregated 40 000000 Four arrests have been made at the instance of District Attorney Jerome of New York as a result of his inves tigation of tho recent election in the big Now York Insurance companies Among those apprehended is George R Scrughum manager of the Interna tonal Policyholders Committee For pouring oil on a dog and setting it afire a Lexington woman was pre sented in Police Court and given the maximum fine by the presiding judge Sho pleaded for clemency on theground that the act was done in tho heat of anger but tho court said no mercy could bo extended in a case of such brutalitySuddenly becoming insane Pat Wyatt a wellknown farmer of Ballard county chased his wife through tho houso and upstairs with a shotgun Being unablo to reach her when she barred tho door ho placed the shotgun on the floor and leaning forward over tho end of tho barrel pushed the trigger with a poker and tore his own heart out Good Words For Chamberlains Cough Remedy People everywhere take pleasure In testifying to the good qualities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Edward Phillips of Barclay Md writes I wish to toll you that I can recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy My little girl Catherine who is two years old has been taking this remedy whenever sho had a cold since she was two months old About a month ago 1 contracted a dreadful cot myself but I took Chamberlains Cough Remedy and was soon as wells over This remedy Is for salo by all druggists olli HUSTONVILLE Miss Susie Frye of Lexington spent last week with the Misses Edrington in this city Another wedding will bo announced In the near future of n former West End lady This will be her second ven tureD C Allen in meeting with encouragement beyond his fondest hopes since the announcement of his candidacy for assessorP Richards of Mt Salem is cot fined to his room from an injury to his right foot resulting in a painful nbcess upon the instep Whats the matter with the drinking water at McKinney 1 So many wagon ers from there dally show unmistak able signs of dizziness The prospects arc flattering for the production in our city of Mr Doyle Woolfolks musical comedy There will bo about 40 people in this excellent pro ductionMrs Pattie Drye returned Sunday from a short visit to Cincinnati to see her daughter Miss Alice Drye who holds a lucrative position there as ste nographerPlans specifications have been completed for a building 65 by 100 feet with hardwood floor for rink purposes- A large force of workmen will be em ployed to erect same ready for use in days Cowan McCormack have contracted with a Philadelphia manufactures for 300000 pounds of wool and will have car of sacks at Moreland within a week and will deliver same to the home of any one wanting them D C Allen Co shipped a carload of heavy cattle to Cincinnati for which they paid 4c and one car of medium logs at Gc They sold Charles Lutes 700pound heifers at 4c and J A Walden 10 600pound heifers at 31c Miss Mary U Kennedy of Stanford was tho guest of Mrs A Jerry Adams Mr and Mrs A J Adams visited Mrs Boyle Reid In Danville Miss Julia May Damron and Mrs M K Wilson of Mt Salem wero shopping In our city Saturday Tho host of friends and relatives In his vicinity of M II Rudolph and wife will be glad to know that his proficiency in railroading has again been recogniz d He has been made superintendent if tho Terminal Railway Co of St Louis The position is ono of responsi stilly and carries with it a handsome salary There will be no service at the Pre Ibyterian church next Sunday but beginning with the second Sunday in May there will be preaching every Sunday naming and evening throughout the summer by tho pastor Rev S B Lan der On account of repairing ant re furnishing the Presbyterian church un- Ion prayer meeting will be held In the Christian church until further notice Everybody invited- Chamborlainr s ColioCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy There Is probably no medicine made that Is rolled upon with more Implicit confluence than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy During the third of a century In which It has been in use people have learned that It Is the one remedy that never falls Whon reduced with water and sweetened it Is pleasant to take For sale by all druggists London now has six tubes for elec tric underground service Five moro tubes are under construction and projected Tho existing railways of London underground and surface it is es timated carry over 600000000 persons yearly of which tho underground lines accommodate 258000000 There art nearly 600 railway stations in greater London and into tho trunkline stations done there pour annually over 300000 000 passengers India will eventually control the Oriental coal markets At present Japan la her only competitor but Japans coal area is only 6000 square miles with an annual output of 10000000 tons Indias present output is not so much but her possibilities as a producer are farjgrcater than Japans oven including the Fushum mines in Manchuria In calculating tho timesfrom the kitchen clock dont forgot that it is thirty minutes faster than the hall clock which is fortyfive minutes behind your watch which is either twenty minutes faster or slower than your husbands which is about right by the railroad time- Ecuadorls annual exports in round numbers amount to 8000000 two thirds of which is cocoa an article for which a worldwide demand exists and in the production ot which Ecuador en- Joys a high reputation Forty or more women were injured in a fire which partly destroyed tho Lotus Lunch Club in Chicago r I DANVILLE KY o j GREAT dofGarments Important Reductions on Our Entire Stock of ReadyToWear Goods Unseasonable Spring weather has upset our calculations and retarded sell ing in our Garment Department A strict udhemnco to our fixed policy of never carrying goods over from one season to another forces us to make sharp reductions in prices to effect n quick clearance Tho most stylish graceful sad carefully made garments of the moment are now yours to choose from at prices bearing no relation to their actual worth It would bo entirely unjust to judge the superior style and workmanship represented in these garments by tho revised prices listed on this page See them and you will admit that theyare values preeminent All styles and sizes of rcndy for service garments for Ladies and Misses are included Sale Commenced May ist Superbly Stylish Suits Everyone of them bearing the last touch of newness and certainly excellent values as regularly priced Their beauty however does not save them from important May Sale reduction which make them easily afforded Nothing takes their place for now for Summer trips and early Fall wear 81350 Tailored Suits now oftcrelat 895 u- S17 a4 Tailored Suits now nt 81105 82250 Tailored Suits now nt 1050 840 Suits now offered nt 82650 81250 Silk Jumper Suits now 8975 And so on through the entire Suif line either Silk or Voile or whatnot Stunning New Skirts These garments nro representative of perfect style and expert tailoring The variety is great including nil the popular fabrics such as Voiles Paula mas etc and you should bo thankful for an opportunity to gut such reduc tions in midseason Every Skirt in our big stock will bo reduced just during this sale 8375 for choice of nn a sorted lot of Black and Colored Skirts which have sold from 85 to ES50 8495 for another lot of Skirts consisting of Black Voies Chiffon Pann inns and novelty material Como and see these lots mind if they are not what you want then select July Skirt wo have and get a good big reduction on the one of your choice Special Petticoat Values Our lino of Silk Pelticouts is specially worthy of your attention There are n lot of bad Petticoats being sold as good quality so look out Have not seen anyof those bad ones in thislocality as yet but tf you want to make sure you got a good one at the lowest price you want to secure one of these 85 Black Silk Petticoats made of 8125 yard wide rustling Taffeta made very full with deep rutllo and dust ruffle 82 Real Hrathcrhlooui Skirts beautifully made and very full with ileatherbloom label sewed on each o- neYoull Want Several- of These Waists Kvory one of our Waists go into this sale Fine Silklined Net and Chu noy Waists Lace Waists Silk Waists Lingerie Waists and Muslin Waists None reserved but nil prices for this solo only 81350 Heal Clunoy Lace Waists will bo offered at0i5- 810 Net Waists will be Iii 8750 Clunoy and Net Waists will bo 8575 SU50 Net and Lace nnd Silk Waists will be 8475 All White and Black Muslin Waists also nt reduced piccs for this sale Did you get any of those very tine Gauze Lisls Thread limo wo put on ale lust week They were 25c 33 l3c and 50c and the prettist you ever sow zwc1 ZJ t i f The Interior Journal E C WALTON TROBERTS In the On b tlnotionofneJOHN J MOSER Ii n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count jo ubjcct to the action of the Democrat party M BRUCE- II n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count lubjcct to the action of the Democrat party JAMES C HAYS Jin candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the nctlon of the Demoernt party D C ALLEN Ii acandldnlefortsessorof Lincoln coon tynubject to the action Ikwocnttl- party I ACCORDING to the volume on npprc priations made new offices created etc during the last session of Congress which has just been complete by Thomas P Cleaves clerk of the Senate Committee on Appropriations and James C Courts clerk of the House Committee on Appropriations the total appropriations for the session were 920793143 In addition to these specific appropriations contracts were au thorized for public works requiring future appropriations aggregating 67 934349 of which over 49000 000 is fo river and harbor improvements and al most 16000000 is for battleships torpedo boats etc The largest appropri atlon carried by any one measure was 212091193 by the postoffice bill The naval bill carried 98958507 the army bill 78634582 and the pension bill 146143000 The net number of sala ties increased is 16431 at an annual cost of 2949353 This number includes increases in the salaries of the vice president speaker of the House nine Cabinet officers 90 Senators and 396 Representatives and 14272 employ es of the railway mail service And that is the way tho money goes pop went the weasle Tits United States Supreme Court has decided in effect that the Railroad Commissioners in North Carolina can compel a railroad company operating in that State to so adjust its schedule as to accommodate passengers on other lines from any particular part of the State The attention of the Kentucky Railroad Commission is called to this decision Connections can not be made at Junction City either North or South and it looks like this should be reme died now that the highest court of the land has thus decided TOE statement is made upon very high authority at Washington that President Roosevelt has determined that Representative Nicholas Long worth his son in law shall succeed Senator Foraker in the Senate from Ohio The recent slur upon Nicholas by Senator Foraker is said to be deeply resented by the President who pro poses to show the Senator the real power of the Administration even in the Buckeye State TilE whisky business must begetting quiet at Bowling Green There were 17 saloons and only 12 of them have asked for a renewal of license The other five shut up shop- POLITICALL J T Royalty has announced his d termination not to make the race for reelection to the Legislature from Mercer county The State convention of the Pro hibition party ofKentucky will be held at the Pentecostal ITabernacle in Lou isville May 30 and 31 It is thought in Washington that Sec retary Root will resign from the Cabi net when he brings several internation al matters now under consideration to a Hill former stenographer for E H Harriman who is charged with having sold to a newspaper the letter from Mr Harriman to Sidney Webster was held in 1000 ball in New YorkGossip at the Treasury Department slates Controller Tracewell for removal because of his alleged connection with the Fairbanks presidential boom but it is considered doubtful if the President would take any such action at this i timeSupporters of W N Cook walked out of the convention held at Scotts ville to nominate a Republican candi date for Representative from Allen county T B Dixon was declared the nominee An alleged unfair ruling caused the bolt Special efforts will be made by the Democrats to carry all five congres sional districts at the coming election in Oklahoma and Chairman Griggs of the Congressional Committee has sued a call for contributions of one dollar from Democrats in all parts of countryJ County Executive Committee of Russell county passed resolutions pledging the committee and exacting of all parties that no whisky or other thing of value shall be used in the primary election called for May 25 to nominate a candidate for circuit court clerk IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES eXIUnionIn Pulaskt County John Adams a welltodo farmer was killed by Thomas Woods a Negro- GeorgelBull is in jail at Williamsburi charged with killing a man named Sax ton a year orjso ago Oliver Bros Callaway Knoxvill contractors have been given the job o double tracking the Q C from Dan to Junction City The Junction City Commercial Club has been instrumental in organizing the Junction City Enterprise Company with a capital of 10000 Gibson Mitchell a mulatto about 40 years old was lodged in jail at Lancas ter on the charge of trying to force an entrance into the room of a wellknow young woman at Lowell In the suit of Mrs Fielding Moore against the Louisville Nashville rail road for damages sustained in a wrec at Barbourville last September tin jury awarded the plaintiff 16000 The suit was for 20000 J J Embry manager oftho Madison County Stock Yards at Richmond was seized with an attack cf vertigo while riding a horse Ho fell and several ribs were broken a shoulder dislocated and he was severely injured otherwise Springfield suffered a big fire loss The brick building owned by Cunning ham Thurman and occupied by George B Taylor the furniture store undertakingrestablishment of J Y Mays the millinery store of Mrs Kate Williams grocery of Alex Adams the jewelry store of J J Graves the art studio of E A Cox and two dwelling houses were destroyed causing a loss of about 25000 MATRIMONIAL Jesse Kidd aged 22 and Miss Fannie Adkins 15 were joined heart and hand by Judge R C Warren at the court house Wednesday afternoon Married couples resemble a pair of shears so joined that they cannot be separatedoften moving in opposite di rections yet always punishing anyone who comes between them The Baptists of Kentucky were asked to raise 35000 for foreign missions during the Southern Babtist Convention that closed April 30 A telegram came to the Western Recorder from Dr Willingham announces that the Baptists had raised 25530 A bride was sued in London the other day for refreshments supplied for her wedding feast The list was as follows Four and a half gallons ot beer one quart Scotch one pint Irish one bottle of gin one quart of port one pint of sherry one bottle of claret sodas L Sullivan pugilist and mono logist is about to claim a matrimonial prize as a reward for his successful en gagement of 116 weeks on the water wagon Just as soon as he gets a di vorce from Annie Bates a handsome woman whom he married in Providence in 1883 John L will sign articles of agreement with a wealthy New York woman who has sufficient confidence in the big fellow to share her fortune with him Her name is not given Here and There More than 1000 machinists went out on a strike at Pittsburg Sister Mary Kevin mother superior of Bethlehem Academy Hardin count deadeSix thousand Socialists and lobor union men paraded in Brooklyn to mani fest their sympathy for Moyer Hay wood and Pettibone J Rogers Gore editor of the Spring field Sun was nominated by the demo crats of Washington Taylor and Marion counties for State Senator County school superintendents of Western Kentucky will meet in Bowl ing Green to discuss the furtherance of their work and outline plans for extending its usefulness While going sixty miles an hour a flyer on the Ohio river division of the Baltimore and Ohio left the track at Pleasant View W Va Twenty per sons were injured two probably fa tallyJ P Leonard sold 12 long yearling steers at 3350 and 10 at 32 Sanders i Norton have so far engaged about 7000 lambs in Mercer Anderson and Washington counties at about 6c They sold 100 fat hogs in Louisville at 660 Harrodsburg Herald CHURCH MATTERS Rev R R Noel will preach at Mc Kinney Saturday night and Sunday- I will preach at Mt Olive Sunday morning at 11 oclock and at Holdams Mill at 31 M Writes Eld J G Livingston The Womans Home Mission Board of the Southern M E church has been offered a house and grounds at Enter prise FIat for a home The new organ for the Christian church has arrived and has been placed- In position It will be used for the first time Sunday morning The Northern and Southern Presbyterian Churches in Mt Sterling have united and will worship in one building hereafter Bottom inistcra have resigned and a new pastor for the joint church will be selectedI Brigham Young IIwill stand the No I nmho jock llrlRhan Young nt my place on the JlIItonlIIc rondo mule i living colt1fMUlil7llj EXCELSIOR The ttiodul jack by limpcror and out of n tillrOrchard on the riiappellM lni plko nt M He wits specially t uelrl hut year from tin lino herd of Mr I Hhclby laud IIn doubt his progeny win u equal to If not IU perlor to t famoui ancestors Blue Eye the Second r liy Hundley famoui Illue Kye Hlirtlmu lit fWW will ago milk tho keason lit my ploct Man1 traded or removed forfcltH ln nr anccand money beconiefttlue laud mu t paid at time of niiili transaction Mare s udtnHired at rentonahle rate Mare entriiMcd tonui will receive my IHTSOIIM attention but I will not resK nlble for accldvnts or escapes IUoue In residence OAHlRNTKILk KING EAGLEINo KM Vol 4 A 8 H U Kink Hag U le hoodhlKli dark low with flowing inline mid tall gore all the pills with plenty of shorn styli tutu action IKDimiKK Sired by lloyal tang ho- bSOnTinreT45 he by Htonewnll JackMm n Royal Kings lit dam Mollle Mounts Joil was by the noted clre abln11s lexln ton v H KlnK KiiKleV Ut dam JlIImI Iht liuglT4JVnmark he by MiUerN lenmark 43 4th duet by Jim Hell thoroughbred NOTK King Kagle a combined million n breeder of line colored laud hl h uetlmlhlloltsKle will make the preiunt fea on of Iw atour stable two and onehalf mile west of Stanford on the Nhelbv lliv tin low price of 116 TO INHlMtk A 11VIMI TolT JIMKIKNKIrtrlHirst lam by the Imp John Wells Saul dam highhluckJim Keene will nerve mores at Jlu TO IN MUIIN A LIVINU COIT ASHLAND BROOK t No iKM- Vol ITt T II It bred hv Hugene hock er Ocorg tuwl Ky AHJtAN JlHOOK was foaled lull solid Uiy with loft hind toot white stands 1M4 hands high PKDIIIUKK Hired by Hllent Brook No rllntJlRlhlltYUfhliloltand HunnliiK ItnwkYss Hllent llrook by Nnrchllghb2J4llarknlght nlred by Alcyone No tar record fInbytire of John IU fentry tlU Hallio Tolvr Aihliind Vllke sired 7y old Wllke NudeLlllyMonroeKIX fllowstnductlonThishorses Ashland llrook will serve n few out ALIVINUJonnetJackto for Jenuets To INNUItE A IlVINd TutuKcene1sttLtnt ofJtostands full hands black with white ix lnts and lisa breeder Is unsurpasml hrlllitIlIged with or bred elsiwhere forfeits Iusu- ronceDudmoneyittontesduoatthethane of such transaction For further partlculnrscall on or address H T HAHHIH IIO11T WOOUH Ihonei Itlnga Htunfonl Kr Chester S The great combined stallion will make tile season of 1W7 at my stable tulle trout Me Kinney on llcKIDlleft Mldilleburg pike nt TO Mon ey pavablo when colt Is foaled or In every case where more Is parted with or bred txj another hors- eOhester141arerydark chestnut sorrel years old hands n model In with speed In trot and rack right atIllelltYOf possessing that wonderful style elmrachrIIiCI of tilt lheter Unre which tho world acknowledges us superior to all as show horses Chester has proven Lincoln Squirrel Hetl hay yiarsold black polnti18hands hlithnnd full iniiiln heavy inn no goat oneplndld buck and Ilno 1ekweli set In high mounted shoulders n combined burl burro but I use him harmit and u nuiri perfect 1m mom homo Imvo never sown cull step wry fast with extreme high ncllon all around nnd I think him to lienneuf th best stallions In the Htnte to breed to to get good hlRh cioss wiiiktrot anil business horses thtit will bring you fancy prices Ills tine llnlsh anti high style surpasses nay hurtles horse Unit can found Ills manner grace and ruse would hndtwubyearold I own one of them and cnn show you as n colt nsanyliody by any horse O41 enough for n wlnnr-aIeulnugI10ohnlulrn1 was it ml by- Marlon utrnI law he by muck Hqulrntl- IM he by Hlnck KHKlvTIIio by Kinga II lit Ireon loontnhlYUddnutbpltughcsNdxluFor tr t lliiiolii HqnlrrelV 1st doll Kntc Mesftengcr by lIowolIlIr lliveie full brother tn Maude Mesiiigfr record 116 Sod dam Mnrlii Depauw liy MamhrlnoHtnr 11Ihl1I full brother to Ijuly Thorn call Crow by Helms Yorkshire pluck Hiiilrrera grand sire Is the elm of morn noted oluss saddle horses thou IIllIhIand nary others Nlll asks IhIIIOIl ur IR7 lit III stilt lwrn HiHtanford lit UA to limire n living colt Money Is due when colt Is foaled or mnrc parley wit- hJOE BROWN JR- I brown with tlnve white feet spot In fore heml and million note 16J bands high the moot Ixiiiiurul color and mark that lunever 111 SMI liv 11111111yrxr roohlllnl U per fret saddle lll1ra from every land point has lrrrtcoulabnrumea long rangy neck mounted well In shoul ders Is very ltrtvrallddespthrough hnrt with n beautiful ulanled shoulder with very short Uick good coupling voexl rouml hip with heavy iiunrteri splendid bon with a iwrfevily trim t ei of Ii9s iimltim latorestyle alwsyaInndd to his looks and grace hut his imtiirul nod 11 Jot llrown Jr In air urfr- etyssadllltorse from every point and in you will from iiedlKre that n lalter ono autyKmlalueky IsrfrctslalIsJot Drown Jr wits shown lat sea on In the threeyearold form and never fulled to wear the blue In IiU own clam salad won ninny sweepstake premium with the bout cotnpetlulrsnudIthis Iliac smiths stallion for the bvnuflt of my friends ixUrons nod man owners they ln rll latmetldng that will Iuett Ulu deninnd for It never wits greater nor the price higher than now for good hlghcliiot giulltrl anti walktrot horie anti that U Just what you will robe If you take cure of the Ret of JOK HIIUWN Jll not horse thatyou fIn iiell from fiat to lib but you ran sell from Vtl to shin If handled nnd prop erly rantl fur There U nothing In prnUe of thh ireat ttalllon that any one could tny thut U worthy of young star lion will serve n limited num u r of mnreiat my sale harts at ilUD to Insure n living rolt Lien retained on colt till stetson money U licutattlseJta llrown Jr U sired byJItetl Hint hit by Jot Brown he by lIhl llIl11lulIIh by old Le xlniton thorough liy TalniaRe he by old On byVnshingtunlot us rvnietnlxT Unit In that bree lliiB then Iii combination of three of the licit iiildlo liorie strains tlmt Kentucky afTordii No greater sire of Middle horses hn ever hlotlUnTllestntihim alwayii Itetn known throughout the world ns the arentett show horses and the best that cunloe found Roxsye Will also stand n good mule Jack IS hands bytllnldwullrUldOlnntutteufthIergu Kentucky affords and Is out of 0110 of aid provenhllnserVason In this county and has two roltsalreadv One horse mule colt less Hum 31 hours void for V The other Is n hurst mule colt also laud his nwnor refuted f78 for tutu h11Iless than u week old ltossye will stand the sum of t4 tnlmnin it living colt Will make the prevent seaxm at my sale burn In Htanfonl Money due when roll Is foaled or tan parted w Idea ntalned on roll until money Is iald Mares trrnred at ttro per month Sol nspoiisltiin for ac cident or escapes but full rare will be taken to Pr nn JAMEHILII1LFYNtnnfonlKyI himself n No I breeder his colt selling fromfim to IllsPKiixtiiKK Hlml bv Chester Pare lit dam by Telegraph 2nd dam by Hlnpy sled by 3rd dart by Vermont Chester dam has n wldo rejiutatlon as n breeder stud show mare At same time and place will strand than good tunic Jacks at r111 to Insure n living colt Money duo as with horse These Jacks need no advertising In or around JIcKln nay Hutllcv Is It to say they have proven naIbrcedunwearing blue strings All earn taken accidents but not responsible should gully occur H HCHt DKIt McKlnnoy Ky DOCK CRAYHhetland nony Sycarsoldl W Inches tall b I h Held Nosier will make the season nt toIIO Insuru n living colt He Is by nnimportedIronythat cost IUI In the Hhetland Islands stud Is regardud by hornemRii ax the best pony dvfeatlngall coiner In the show ring tut IIen retained on nit colts until wroOR Ii paid More parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits insurance and money becomes due make the season at the burn back of themAsaph Ilotol JAB UHEIBHtunfotdKy T OXFORDSThe Benton is hero nod the goals nro hero nnd we insist that you look thorn over In Mone goods wo are showing the t V Walkover andthe Manssi jJf- In Patents Vioi nUll the Gun Metals InLadlos Oxlbnlt wo show fl ilrt ULTRA AND BROCKPORT In the o low shoes wo have beet exceedingly cnreiul nnd feel Kilo in mID f that tho Styles and Ln ts are nil near correct ni was over shown hero Tlio prices of tho manta good nro S3 8360 and 84 tho Indies urn 8250 Dud 8155 cbiltlroHsmhl ladies Whito Low Shoos our aitortiiiiiit iu good rftli Qnir color of polish that you can clmugo to suit any occntion H JSTANFORD KENTUCKYI BRIGHTEN UP I Good Paint is not an ex pense but a paying invest ment There is no better Paint than S W P5 and few as good Come in and talk it ove- rPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO r TRADE MwoK LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists slytleOhocolateQuinine 0thoraodtlvognnrnntee q itsalso according to our lalotlo Italy the Best fur Rnmulutiel on n hll a HItclalty boAsPaint vonr louse r Dont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here and it certainly would add greatly thebest J i Try STANFORD DRUG COr r 5Dont Forget To w t- eI Jooknt our New Tailored Suits New Skirts both Voiles and Fancies New Silk Wraps NoT and Silk Waists Now Wash Waists New Muslin I Underwear A FLYER 30iricii Guaranteed Black Taffeta Silk the 8110 quality for SOc Just kind for drop skirts ItIle 1 STANFORD KY MAY 0 tOO StiNSHlNB Finish will make old furniture look like new Pennys Drug- Store PERSONALS ai JAMUB McBEK Is threatened with ty phold fever Miss MARY MCROIIERTB Is with MIsi Mary Hogaett In Danville MISS 1XSNIK Goon returned from a visit to friends at Lexington Miss MAIL MAIITIN of Paris Is visit Ing relatives In tho Saufloy section DR E J BROWN was at Urodheai on professional business Wednesday MK J W MOORE Is up from Casey his firot trip since his serious illness MR a 0 WILLIAMS of MU Vernon was hero on legal business yesterday MIt HENRY M BOSWORTII State Treasurer is at Crab Orchard Springs MiaS CLARA COWER of Crab Orch and is tho guest of Miss Mario Maho fly DR BURDETT HAMSKV and family formerly of Paint Lick have located at Somerset WCARKN HuaiiES stuck a nail In his foot and is hobbling around on crutches as a result MR J M ALVERSON is In the cities getting special premiums for the Lin coln County Fair MR ERNEST WARREN and wife Middlcsboro are spending a few days at Eld Joseph Ballous Miss LUCY SIMPSON of this county who has spent the winter In Ixmlsvlllo I Is visiting relatives in Danville MR W W HAYS Is now clerking for Mrs W S Jones John 11 Woner haying resigned to drum for B D Carters livery stable MR GEOROE B ELLISON a splendid citizen of the Wayneaburg section is at Martlnsvlllc Ind trying to get rid t of rheumatism TilE Misses Owslcy left yesterday to visit their brother and sister In Knox vlllc They wilt go from there to tho Jamestown Exposition MRS JOHN DOWNER and little daugh ter Mildred Downer accompanied the A husband and father on a drumming trip to Bcrca and other points Dn HUGH Item who Is in Chicago attending lectures has our thanks for a batch of HccordHcralds one of the best papers of the Windy City MRS GEOROE P TAURMAN orders her piper changed from Cincinnati to Asheville N C where she and her children are spending some time in quest health MR W 11 SHANKS will soon have tho prettiest law office In town He has papered painted and otherwise Improv ed his headquarters In tho INTERIOR JOURNAL building MESSRS JAMES P CUMMINS John N Menefee Jr It L Coffey and Al fred Penco attended tho Lexington rac es Wednesday They made the trip in Mr Cummins big Cadillac and spent a most enjoyable day MR ANd MRS A J OVERSTHEET of Hanlcy Jessamine county were callers at this office Wednesday Mr Over street left at noon for Corbin to attend conference and his wife will spend a few days with her relatives and many friends in this section Mn JUNE H ItEm of Hustonville has accepted a position with Centre Company tho Main street merchants i and will take chargeof his now duties to I morrow Mr Held was formerly with John B Stout the druggist and later went to Corbin where ho has held a po sition somo time Ho has many rela tives in Danville Ho is n native of Hustonville and a brother of Carroll Reid the noted horseman Advocate LOCALS SUNNY Monday soap at Singleton WALLACE SINGLETON sells fresh peanuts and popcorn RESERVEDscata therecital at Pennys drug store LOST OR STOLEN Gentlemans gold watch Liberal reward James R Nowland FOR SALE Black Minorca eggs 25c per dozen Mrs Burdette Powell Ilus 1tonvllle Ky tFOR SALEFew bushels early yellow seed corn of beet variety grown 1 per bushel H C Anderson AN amusing feature of the recital will be George Hoppers Bong A Lem gn in the Garden of Lave SCREEN doors and wire cloth at Sin glctonn CAnnAGE tomato and other plant for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford SEE our special 1inch Block Voll for 89c worth 110 Severance Son SOLID colored linen ndLfnottm and Star braids for braiding Severance Son CALL and see our lino of parlor tables also mattings and wall paper Tribbli Pence FOR SALE Rhode Island Ref eggs per 1C Mrs W J Edmlston Cral Orchard Ky- IIrASE bring back the skato key you have taken from the opera house Stanford Rink Co h you want to grow young and nlm bio again see tho Third Grade boys as jumping jacks tonight ALL kinds of blacksmithing and repair work done Shooing from SOc to I James A Edtod back of old Myers House IT is a fine to trash the gutters Take It to tho sink polo back of John M Stones R G Jones City Marshal tAN examination for graduation in thi common school course will bo held it my office May 10 and 11 1007 G Singleton superintendent Tilt Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices MR R 11 MCDONALD an experienced horseman and a clever gentleman has bought Sam W Burkes livery stable at Junction City and is now in charge of It MR A T MARTIN formerly of this county will sell his livery outfit at pub lie auction at Somerset Monday May 20 Had health makes it necessary for Mr Martin to change his locationI BASE BALL Tho Stanford base ball teats will cross bats with the Central University Sophomore team on the grounds here this afternoon A good tAme Is promised Admission 15c and 25cTut boys charged with cutting half ness stealing lap robes etc from bug gies at tho Graded School at an entertainment there some weeks ago had their trial before Judge R C Warren Wednesday afternoon Will Mershon Thomas and James Greer and Clarence Reynolds were promptly discharged but Grover McGutloy was held over to cir cuit cour- tBESTMrs Thomas D Best ono of tho best women in tho West End died at her homo at Moreland Tuesday after a long illness of u complication of troubles She is survived by her husband two daughters and n son The burial occured at Lancater yesterday Much sympathy is felt for tho husband and children in their great loss Deceased was devout member of tho Christian church Sho was a Miss Arnold and she lived in Garrard county before her marriage A SACK containinghens and two turkeys all in a bad state of putrefac tion was found on Mr L P Nunnelloya farm on Logans Creek the other day Marshal William Lair of Hustonville brought his bloodhounds down and they trailed to the house of Bruno Wilmot on MrJJunnelloyfl farm but his repu tatlon is so good that no arrest was made It is more than likely that the hens were the ones stolen from Mrs J M Phillips several weeks ago when tho dogs were bought hero but failed to find tho guilty party MR RICHARD M NEWLAND writes us from Norfolk Va to send his paper to him care Department of Concessions and Admissions Administration Build ing Jamestown Exposition where ho has a good position Mr Newland wiles that the Exposition though in rather an incomplete condition now Is a big thing and that the naval gather- Ing in HampUn Roads is tho largest this country has ever seen Ho asks that his Lincoln county friends hunt him up when they visit tho Expo If promising to show them every courtesy- In his power Teddy Mr Newland says started things oft in fine shape mT Cheaper to Move Than Pay Rent is an old saying but a truo one is When your clothes get too small you unlit get larger ones Our growing trade demands more room and we will move about Juno 1st lo the Inrgo room now being built for us in the Myern House Qornor We hoped to get in this new room for the Spring trade but the bad weather kept the work buck Wo bought hcnvilof Spring goods and are crowded for space eJnsegaontlywe will oiler runny attractive liar gains in order to reduce our stock by moving time Juno let The cold weather has hindered the soiling of Spring goods and we must reduce our stock within the next 1C days Watch this space for special offerings SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY IT Is again Springlike after severs days of dark cold weather I HAVE n splendid lot of buggy harness at all prices J C McClary Miss ANNIE LEWIS GBNNRY will give the selection this evening with which she won the contest last Friday FOR SALE OR RENT Tho Dr J K VonArsdalc property on Cut Off street For particulars call on or address It Hughes Stanford AuiHivr JONES colored Is In jail charged with stealing chickens from J E Bucks poultry yard LATIt1I was given days in jail No GAmOn account of tho raw weather of Wednesday afternoon the game of ball between tho Lancaste and Stanford teams did not come ofT but was postponed until next Friday afternoon May 10 IT is hardly probable that the floor of Waltons Opera House will bo complet ed in time for its initiation Saturday night If however Contractor A C Sine is ready to turn it over by that time the rink will bo open SOMERSETS big skating rink was opened Monday night when an inn menso crowd was present The skat- Ing craze has struck tho Queen City of tho Mountains broadside andold and young are trying tho rollers TIlE L N will run an excursion from Stanford to Louisville Sunday week May 12 at 170 for tho round trip Train leaves here at 615 A M The first excursion to Cincinnati will bo runt noxt Snnday Train leaves hero at C A M 175 for tho roundtrip NOTICE payt highest cash price for your eggs poultry feathers roots hides etc Make a specialty of eggs and poultry Have opened a branch house at McKinney and am ready to receive produce of all kinds there Call and get our prices H B Northcott Stanford- DEIUTms SIZEMORE AND MORGAN of Leslie county came down yesterday and took back with them Jonathan Roark James Baker and Hargis Dog ley who have been in jail here lor safe keeping since March 4 They are charg ed with assaulting a sixyearold girlI They are white boys from 16 to 20 oldIT looks now like the stockholders of tho defunct Somerset Honking Co will get back a few dollars It will be remembered that when tho bank went into the hands of a receiver somo years ago an assessment of 38 per cent was made on the stockholders In the wind up there promises to bo left after pay ing tho depositors interest during tho time their money was tied up somewhere between 10000 and 15000 which will be divided between those who paid tho assessment It wont amount to over 5 or 6 on the share but that is far better than nothing PROGRAM of recital the Graded School Auditorium tonight Chorus Sing Little Robin Sing PianoWaltz Webb Gertrude Wilkinson Mamlo Singleton Song Froga at School Guy Shipman Ballou Piano Rondo Lichncr Mary Belle Spoonamore Concert RecitationFirst Grade Song The Jolly Tinker Hartwell Shanks Piano Dance in tho Mountains Kich ner Lena Traylor Lottie Carson Song A Lemon in the Garden of Love George Dunlap Hopper WaltzLa Mozclle Ilgenfrltz PianoVirginia Mahony Mary Elizabeth McKlnnoy Violin Berta Jean Penny Recitation Gone with a Handsomer MantoAn- nio Lewis Gentry Piano Mazurka Godnrd Frances Cooper DrillThe Jumping JacksThird Grade Boys Piano Rose Fay Carl hems Jose phine Carpenter Bass Solo Tho Happy ThreeRocchcl Mr J W Ireland an who had been brought before j wnistc U put somo on b appearing in his court A man mo cannot appreciate tho beauties rnin tune is fit for treasons stratetreml fwo engines were demolished In n ollision near Versailles between a Southern railway passenger train and a Louisville and Atlantic freight train Only one man was injured The Lebanon Grocery Co of Marion ounty with 30000 capital stock has teen incorporated Tho Incorporators aro B J Lancaster T M Estes and J A Kelly t The fight between American from the gunboat Tacoma and snllrsI ban at Santiago in regardedbycident to pay day- Whooplpg to Cough I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in my family in eases of whooping rough and want to toll you that it Is the best medicine I have ever usetlW F Gaston Posco Ga This remedy is safe and sure For sale by all druggists NOTICE I To tliotetlnlrlng the privilege of drinking Olympian Hprinui Vntor I nm now nelllng water for IlQ pillnn of O 8 Water price D0 now for gallon ticket price HOW for 111 Ithese prices nr rnrnwh nn th llik tiun purdini N urohnertofurnlsbhisown bottles or K Jl H1MM 1ro- rrOHuitonvllI Ky JO W AGEY Llvory Food and Salo Stablos HlMtcInn Himil rPtuoimlilw rotes Kvcry rig new n nil liom frenh Htnbleln rear of Ht Asapli Hotel mnnfnnl Ky Phone t D J SMITH My motto li Quick Hales mid Hinall lrohtsV pounds Kiiinulntdl lUKiir for II SI brown migar forr1 two 60 HOICK of Nntchesforec3Cakesof mn 3 Onkii Tollrt Honp for fir Other thugs In proportion futile and try fore buying els where Clothing for Hprlng wenr and a few of old stock left Just at halt price GILBERTS CREEK KY STOP LADIES Ladies stop wearing your backs out on wash days stop wearing your clothes out by rubbing them and use Diflees Liquid Soapwhich is guaranteed to knock out 7s per cent of the labor of washing and cause the clothes to last so per cent longer A sample of two Rations deliver ed free at your door Will call to see you 1 F CASH Take Our Standard Remedy Far- NctnllcaltheumatIsmInannuuatory Hlivu mutism Halt Hhium indigestion Con tl potion Kidney Trouble or toy diseases nrliliiR from Impure blood lUunemlxir If taken ncconlliiR to directions nnd be or she II not bcmitltrd by the lIe of the remedy wo will refund your money l4et by mail to any uddrens on receipt of II Inch package contains OItIoses with a ivKltteml iumin lee For srtls by Reuben Wllllums Agent McKlnnoy K- yMothers VITAS O E Natures forthe Ills of Mankind Pain Killer Oerm Destroyer Ulsriuo Ban skier lllood VltnlUer Health und Htrength Iteitorer N II Bogie Markshury Kentucky General Agent T K Gross of Crab Orchard Ky the well known castrator of lionet cattle etc Ii now toady to servo his old and hopes to make ninny new ones If you tints n horttor mule to cai lratesntnthe work for Gross and teat dono right Ho also ro moves lug navels at the reasonable price ol iJW to s nnd makei n specialty of castrat ing Hldgllng boos In resfdeuce nib Or chard Exchange FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 330 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 60 days ft cash balance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to this farm write It Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky TRIBBIf PENE Undertakers and- Embalm ors STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mnttiuge Pie tune Frames Shades Lance Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Benzley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 t u Special No2 t w j OneFourth oil tho price Qt any new Spring Tailpr Suit Tans Greysh Navya lllnck and Fancies 14 +++ + PJ+ + + ++4 +l+4 iqi i F F i F1f t tFfptl SDCInLWhile i pieces of Silk displayed in our window at 129 per Yard I Now the extensive use of Voiles this season makes the Silk Drop Skirt necessaryIf already know it just take our word for it that lithe price of Silk is advancing more rapidly than on any thing else This is just one of the many good things that we are offering Come and seeiL M HUBY CO t Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY l t t4ftttttrvsy SprillgSummer Clothes For The Particular Manwe- wsttrlC= Every good dresser appreciates clothes made The Heldman Way They possess alfullldegreejof style as well as quality There Issnap to them that appeals to the wearer Dont fail to see our line W JB Perkins IKentucky Screen Doors Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Garden Tools i Garden Seeds v v Plow Gear cf I at Bottom Prices at Geo DI Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY EGGS FOR SALE I HOn setting of or three settings 2Nitsltoeaur La flaauT- Ilustonvlllelly L N TIME TABLE xNostNo2NorthY17 JOB S RICE Agent 7 I 4I = The Interior Journal I Entertain the PottOffice at Stanford U tteendclati malltrI- 11RL18UIIID TOESUAYH AND rJUDAYIl eT 6100 PER YEAR CASH r When not so paid 200 will be charged A Nice Home for Salt Ideatretosellmy home and lot In rllh Orohnnl 5 rooms ono acre of Innd Nwbarn and nil necessary outbullilliiKii r and In good A lot of excellent Irult Well on hack porch J HTKFXIIRKOKJJ Oran Orchard NOTICEl nwilliig n Union Jnck and WireAny one order with T n Ifthwill nlt theanmeon dort noticen T IUNHFOltD B4D CARTERL Now Livery Depot Stroot r r Phono 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY A WORDTO YOU I You nro Invited to look at tho New Whit Good Luces Ac Also nne r JlrowlIOrnline olnchwldoeplendldlulu nt fOe Jler ail41 Chickens toThose havingjrrd will tllklts to them on thl ell t range llring thlllln before they go down O IL IL11IIt18 Crab Orchard Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist TANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsloy Buil- dingINSURANCE f Lightning Wlnd and lire HTHOjJGKHT Bnd Aldent None but the Represented Lowest Po Paying Keo jrndjUnequalliedraTalkwiths MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilcildonce Phone No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAP PLEASE YOU readymade clothing when there SIlO Attiedlaereneein tho price of ready made suite and n suit III de to your incnsun taken by an experienced tallow I have a handsome line ofHprlnR A Hummer goods tbeanetdresaeuitAlsoOTerconteTrouameaat II O IIUPUSY The Htanford Ky JAMES Ma PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEAD W 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 nil kinds of con Crete work Prices on application Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention Given Commercial glen Him at Iteusonablo Itntes Stock Pone In Connection Alto agents for all ktndth of Harvesting Machinery Uiuollne Htuuni Knetnua Threshing Muclilnury and Maw Mulls It will ou to ace us before you buy Also oommtsdou sik iueu for nil econd hnnd Vischlnury eJrLVelar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Once Phone 167 Home Phone IS JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture AlattingsBuga The will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right TANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Hemp seed for sale 150 per bushel WLC Shanks Stanford 2t milk cow for sale Good ono W F Shomaker R R No2 Sum fordWilliam Moss of tho West End of Boyle county had 22 sheep killed by dogs R L Doty of Madison has a 17 yearold mare that has given birth to- 13 colts in 13 consecutive years Heavy rains have caused much damr age in Oklahoma while in Iowa snow has played havoc with stock and crops Six black and spotted hogs weighing about 150 pounds left my place two weeks ago Liberal reward for their return or information leading thereto B D Holtzclaw Walnut Flat Estrayed from my place about weeks ago a cow and calf red whiteI and spotted muly cow bell and chain on neck red calf with white front feet and white spot in forehead 5 rewnrd to return to Fred Payk Kriger Ky A fine Jersey cow belonging to A A Surber of Shelby City died the other day and anxious to see what caused her demise Mr Surber cut open her star achein it he found a piece of tin 36 inches long and lb inches wide n lot of nails screws etc All arrangements have been completed for the big barbecue and ratty to be given by the Harrodsburg branch of the American Society of Equity at the Fair Grounds Saturday It wilt bo one of the biggest gatherings ever seen in Mercer county- Arrangements have been completed and a programme adopted for the unveiling of the equestrian bronze statue to be erected on the Capitol grounds at Atlanta to the late Gen John B Gpi don The unveiling will be precede by a military pageant composed of State troops with State Treasurer R E Park as chief marshal The unveiling will be by Mrs Frances Gordon Smith and Mrs Caroline Lewis Brown daughters of Gen Gordon Among the speakers will be Gov Terrell Get Stephen D Lee Gen ClementA Evans and the Rev J William Jones ofRid mond Va and music will be renders by a chorus of 100 young ladies assisted by pupils of the Girls High S hoot The date of the unveiling will be announced later r A correspondent inquired of us the other day if it was ever right to say those molasses II Before answering we asked the Norfolk Landmark what was the plural of molasses and it replies that the plural of molasses is molasses just as the plural of mud Is mud According to the Landmark therefore it is proper to say those molasses when more than one of them is meant and also those mudM Richmond TimesDispatch Sore Nipples Any mother who has had experience with this distressing ailment will be pleased to know that a cure may be effected by applying Chamberlains Salvo as soon as the child is don nursing Wipe It oil with a sqft cloth before allowing the babe to nurs Many trained nurses use this salvo rlth best results For sale by all IrugglstsA of about fifty gypsii arrived at Maubeuge near Paris recently to the great alarm of the inhabitants The police decided to arrest hem all On the following day the gypsies asked for the morning paper to Bee what they were accused of Now Tommy said the teacher what kind of a fountain was Ponce- de Leon looking for Tommy thought for a long time- I guess it was a soda water foun tain he said finally For stomach troubles blllousnos and constipation try Chamberlains tomach and Liver Tablets Many remarkable cures have been eflectei by them Price 25 cents Samples free For by all druggists Visitors to the Jamestown Exposition will have opportunity to view one of- the greatest powers in the world of- peacethe American Atlantic Fleet itA good stomaih Is rather to be chosen than great riches1 Miona Is uaranteedto cure all stqmach troubles or money refunded Fifty cents a box at G L Pennys Roosevelt mustconvert the big stick Into an olive branch if he expects to be permanent president of The Hague con jrencc Philadelphia Telegraph Penny has just received another shipment of Uyomel the catarrh cure that Is sold under guarantee of costs thing unless it cures II Come in and see it G L Penny a Following the example of Chicago Nev York has declared war on crime breeding penny picture arcades anij fivecent theaters Betting is a fools argument Oh I dont know Betcher five dollars it Isl Mike Geary purchased the stock of- goods of the late W 0 Alexander at auction for 1475 Danville News 50 Years An Agency5i The Olilttt in Central KenlucVy Get my R Ut b fore Iimiring Nothing but First Clu Compan lea Rcrrefcnted If JESSE D WEAREL- U tjiThe Insurance Man r Phone 21 STANFORD KY Notice to Builders I School District No county of Lincoln State of Ktmtucdy To contractors and builders not loo Is hero by Klvun that proposals for the vructloti of kchoolhouni In till nlorusuld district will rvuclvcd by tho utidvrnliiiUd lit the olllco HupcrlntttiuliMit o HIiiKlvton In Htiuitotil where plans slwclnentlms Ilaly bit srer until oclock r 1011 tilt 4th tiny of Clay nt which time the contract will In iiwnrdod to the lowest nnd lent bidder Imlwlll b required or tho iwrfornmnc of the contnict tho Ixmrd rvservlng the rIght to reject nuy or nil bids Till the 7th day of April 1W J T DtniDKiiAii Ulinlrmnn LDOE SEY GOLDDUST 12052 Due of Kentucky lwst prcxluetTJ Full irotlior to loo 2IVlj slriNl by Ilindl by Ver11u1- 1tafargnndnmly7ltcadlen ltiiH rtMl Ant blue xtiilllon DorMiy Clolddunfs ilnin oJon net by OolilonMliiuo Olilif n win of lubadgllll Oil both e1do the horInlllll uf road 1IIIrkbllYnd u proven nnd uniform brttxlor of 8colllhlnhililire Itl iltiiiiund nt top prices Will innko tbe present season lit my near Htnn onus on llnstonvllloiilke VTOlNHtJli 1ULT Mnros nt no ellIlar week No re ponslbliltj for nccldenti or oacuHa The Kst of personal nttontlou given Also ill amo plnco wilt make the present ensou with n tine large young ciiiillng fnnn Tom Kcvno nnd Joo niaok nun Jacks at 110 TO 1JJ iu 1AMULhCOLTF 11KII Danville Ky n NABOTH JR Nnlxitli Jr h n rich red bay 7 year old and full hlllll high wolgIi pounds ind In a hors ol wumlcrl bonuty hllllIg n lotitf nock nnd carrying line tall Houn Rrticl uiilttHl honor with iixiri nu round action and llkiUll son of old Nnlwtli he hnn Krent uaturul aJnrrl In borne ntiil ItfCllhr racking hurM tau not lx found In thoHtnteof Kentucky I Imvv In ndiiil er In fancy horse for year fiirnuhlne them furall the tnnrkebt In thUcountry eta u11xicltl to oncouniKo the brrvtler o- fhorstoeontlnuotornlr utter ones Aa la generally known there la n scarcity of good horse nod those aultnblv for the Kns hringfancyprlcoaifth0bre-denwouidrnhNuntls r one hone they Lincoln Chief 2566Vol VI S H R By Bourbon Chief 976 by Harrison Chief 1606 Brown colt 152 hands high foaled 1903 Owned by Reid Hundley Danville Ky 1 dam Nellie Prewitt 3450 byKoscoe 2171 2 dam by Diamond Denmark OS 3 dam by Crusader 4 dam by pray Bagle Lincoln Chief has no superior as an individual and few equals In breeding with little handling shows fine action graceful and distinct gaits with great promise as a combined horse of high type He is a full brcther to Choctaw Chief that sold lift year for SI 750 and is sired by Bourbon Chief who has produced more blgh priced horses than any living sire of saddle horses being the sire of Emily champion at Worlds Fair Montgomery Chief and Bourbon King both unbeaten and the highest priced saddle stallions known and also Emerald Chief Choctaw Chief Doland Chief all celebrated and one of the Longworth pair costing J jooo and many others selling for phenomenal prices even yearlings is high as looo Lincoln Chiefs dam has also proven her merits by producing four highclass stallions and her sire Roscoe is noted as a producer both in Kentucky and Tennessee No breed of saddle or combined horses rank with this family today Trace this colts blood lines back on sires side to Harrison Chief by Clarks Chief and Lathams Denmark to Washington Denmark on to old Bellfounder the running wonder and on dams side back through Roscoe Diamond Denmark Crusader to old Gray Eagle the chief of his age and foundation for beauty speed and endurance Where is a superior to be found in breeding Lincoln Chief will make the present season al the Fair Grounds Dan ville Ky at 925 to Insure Colt Mares from a distance will be grazed at lOc per day or fed on grass reasonable a preferred Careful attention assured but not responsible for accidents or escapes REID HUNDLEY Danville Ky I have just received a large shipment of the famous PEERLESS ICE CREAM FREfcZ ERS They make your CREAM quicker and better than any other in the world Try it XI GEORGE R HARRIS Cbe Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kntuchy HAS A Capital 5000000 Surplus Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available for use of its Patrons 31500000 Had You Thouq Wft fa spark should buns under your old drjVj of the consequences and what it might mean r ROOF there is no danger from fire starting oiriuu mui mm u imr mst Tfit as long as any shingle you can get these days and cost very little more Give me a trial and I will please you S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber must tnkp tho mans to the right kind of Ins Nautili Jrt Ixonil nil deute Is n hunt that the ularkeldcnlandnu11 urwlilrh the uulillr willing to pay Ill ah prlcvi I pur tlili limit younK rlulMou lit n nnrjr price iNfnuio Ill liHBMifilyli notion IHIIII hnsdtnI tills tore worked Soiliiyd tat I Teiiilxr and lie tsplted huh 111111 II like beget hike you can Kt till right 01 horse h rinHlliiB to NnUitli Jr thlhloodMeswuger Uhlol Wilkes orje Wllkt Mnnilirlno OlilVf Pilot Jr nod haylruuewrnNabothltnle2IDh he liy Vnl4lHKluiiit hoof IIUI Mrlllolhcn In the lIt Wnlilnghnin U IY Itr wliko- atdah thnrthnnTlr ii Iliy IoulIlI 5 g r JmrH it sou of lliiiul li tumnli Horn ml it n m lkss ilitrr In Jninp How ill Jr by Ilninblrtoulnn Thlrd1I1111JIltI liy Hurry Ilnr U Fourth dam tiy Mire MIII nt by Auifrlcikn KfliiiMi NobothJra ht tlaiii liy MM qerI uy OM 3iese11ltrr MiUfj Shill h tint mavt lint horoullhIImlIItfllIl1 to Mtne umrra low Ilrle or lNt1Ri4 A IJVINO- LT I inn to euro for stock farts n iluiiinco nt raiMinitlilii but no alonslhmlty niiuinixt for iicolilont or Oahe I of ttiwk coinmlttrtl In my toro reoIW4I HirilTON l iHcnlcr EVERY ONE A WINNER I Cilossi ir SHOliS fit every time not once in awhile hut every time If ou doubt it let us show you HWB a snappy colid leather Shoo dls- stylish in every line durable flexible nnd comfortable Patent Colt Vc lours Box Crtlf Gun Metal Narrow Toe Wide Toes and Arch InatepsL Weve got cm Conic in and let us dryono on you No obligations to you but n pleasure to us SAM ROBINSON r STANFORD KY r i111 Y1 111 III Brown Pivot Beam Rid ing Cultivator I DIRECT PRESSUREIBalancing Lover secures comfort fur both operator and f team Powerful Leverage on foot treadles makes easywork for the operator Quick action in dodging crooked Jiills ofj corn nntkos it superior to any thing on tho market Try One And Be Convinced j W H HIGG1NSIStanford Kent- uckyATTENTION 1 J Li I Now is the time to get YOU a new buggy Call in and examine my t stock before they are picked over Also have a 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