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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 7 1007r19 IVOL XXXV CHURCH MATTERS Tho State Baptist Young people s Union will meet ntllnrrodsburK June 0 Plans arc enlarging for tho KontucV y Students Conference nt Dnnvillo Juno 14 to 20- Only10000 more is needed for tho I vjllo Presbyterian Womens College nt Dan The Baptist Womens Educational Convention will mat at Howling Green Kyr May 9 With tho Rain of 43830 scholars this past year Methodists have 4883 school and 1083606 scholars Auburn Ky liaptlsts will build a 10000 btlck church and the Methodist will erect a 1000 pnrsonllgeI Southern Methodists have only rAised 99000 of tho 5000000 endowment fund for superanuated prenchersI A religious paper states that 90 Jler t cent of ho converts coming into the church are from tho Sunday school Roy I J Spencor of Lexington is conducting a very successful revival meeting at tho Christian church In Paris Ky Tho Mt Vernon Baptist church nca Midway Rev George Green pastor made nn offering of 3000 to Uu IhDS Education Society of Kentucky Tho county meeting will bo held will tho Christian church at Hubble on theI third Saturday In this month Mr P W Carter the chairman informs us Itobert M Hopkins State Sunday school evangelist for tho Christian church reports 20000 ruined for thi chair of Bibleschool Pedagogy in KcnI Uunivcralty at Lexington Relief from Rheumatic Pains r I Hufforud with rhoumatlHin for t over two your says Mr Holland Curry a patrolman of Roy West Flu SomotliRfts It nettled in my knot nnd T e lamed mo so I could hardly walk nt other UIBM It would Iw In my feel and hands so I was IneapaeUaUxl for duty Ono ulglil whoa was In severe pair I and lame from It my wife wont to tl- rdreg store kern and unroeliaok with a hoWe of Chamberlains Pain littler I was rubbed with It and found UN pain had nearly gone during the night I kept on using It for a liulo more than two weeks and found that It drove tho rheumatism away 1 have not had any trouble from that disease for 6TOr three months For sao by all druggkks J 1Take mo to tho roller rink you papa dear mo upon floor IL1t makes mo queer to me n quarter pa anti sister Thatn the cry always hear Since Maggie learned to skate illvoteMaysvillo on they whisky question today FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing ago across rich Blue Craw land Thins land it doe hemp sad tobacco land made hut year 8 bushels of corn to the acre Thi farm hat a large frame house otaiine room halls porches cellars etc Two lock barns one new stock barn the farm II well watered with never failing springy agd creek It U on a good turnpike tied ndar town and school Thit U an up dateplace and will be sold at a bcrgain if Mid within the next Co dan Fi ash bat antic to suit purchaser Ior Qrilier in ormallonln farm write L K IlURliM orJatnes I White Stanford Ky I DARE ALL NO 2086 The combined tnlllou will uwk n Ilutl- ledauon 1p7otlnwu Mn Hlwk Knrin of 111I410nIII Kr on the 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think him tho umiulcst hOW horse Hoe him bufora tmoklng your nutresOOR OAItlKNTKI- lriionalnreilduncoHiutonvlllaKxchitnge IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Alex Uurgc aged 37 is dead at SomersetJ died nt Somerset last week aged 50 The wife of Ex Judge W G Halnci is dead at Liberty Charles Sharp living a mile from Liberty has the smnllpox Mrs Fish Baakett a prominent we man of Mercer is dead Breck Holloway a prominent Jcsia mine county farmer Is dead Born to tho wife of Thomas Hurley of Lebanon Junction a daughter Mrs Uettio Ford Hreck widow or Judge C II Urcck U dead at Rich mond Nathan Gaither of Harrodsbur BUS tamed a broken nose while umpiring a base ball game Fred G Currey tho well know Harrodsburg druggists died after three d ya illness of pneumonia Albert Watkins of Yosemite accl dently shot himself in the foot will handling a loaded revolver W M Ford died at his home in Lower Garrard aged 75 Ho was an uncle of County Judge A D Ford and leave a widow son and daughter Charles Ball and son Patton Ball an on trial at Pincvillo for tire alleged murder or Mcado Cottrell Cottrell was killed at Middlcsboro in 1000 Tho Hast Jcllico Coal Company won out in the suit for damages instituted by James Trosper an employ whoso back was broken by a fall in tho mine entry Rue Curry sold for Dr M GI liuckncr his residence on Danville A venue Harrodsburg to tho Assembly Presbyterian church for n parsonage for 1800 The promoters of the new hotel at Lancaster have about secured sufficient stock to build n commodious structure on tho site of the Hotel Garrard which burned down Mrs Sarah Duncan aged 65 died in Louisville Friday morning If Mrs Duncan had a living relative she know nothing of it For some time before going to Louisville she had made hoi homo with Mr and Mrs Willis Griffin Mt Vernon Signal Nelson Gooch of Kubanks and Goo Kstcs of Lincoln county employees of time Q c railroad while engage in loading some steel rails accidentally let one of tho heavy rails fall catching each of them nnd mashing very serious ly tho left foot of Gooch and also cut ting a good size hole in the ankle and heel of Estes Somerset Times Under a decision by Judge Moss at Middlcsboro Charles and Patton Ball charged with tho murder of Meado Cot trill wore rclcaio from custody nV now go free because it was shown that Cottrell although shot in Kentucky died in Tennessee Tho court held that the homicide was not completed in Kentucky and that therefore the Ken tucky courts did not have jurisdiction Hows TutsA South Missouri editor had trouble with hit gasoline engine and was blowing through a syphon in to n gasoline tank when it began to work and filled his lungs with tho inflammable stufT Tho editor was to bi married next day but did not care to- go on with tho match for fear of ni explosion Tho printers nttarhed him to the gasoline engine and pumped him out gradually lie furnished power enough to run oil the regular edition and a bunch of job work McDonnell the chaplain shouted McDonnell Oh McDonnell McDonnell turned gave him a hasty look frowned and darted into tho bar The chaplain loitered outside the door till McDonnell came forth again McDonnell he said reproachfully didnt you hear mo calling you 7 Yes sir McDonnell answered I did butbut I only had tho price or ono drink There has never been a case of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to develop whero Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used constantly because it keeps tho whole sys tem In perfect order Do not be im posed upon There are imitation Crab Orchard Salts nnd Water on tho market ask your druggist for Whites gen uine Diamond Brand Tho great old stallion Videttc is lead Ho was owned by Smith Az bill of Madison and was valued at 5000 They are very exclusive SoY Oh very Claim to be lineal dc cendants of a Thaw juror Hicks Your flcDarryat me ies got his wife pretty thoroughly train cd now WicksYes hos got her trainedso hat ho can make her do pretty nearly my thing she wants to do Mrs Thomas Carr of Woodford county was attacked by a cow and WM terribly gored ftt7k aBItBY a 1i lay likSL NEWS NOTES Nearly an Inch of snow fell in Chica go Friday Peter Maytubby for two terms Governor of the Chickasaw tribe is dew at his homo in Caddo I T One day un army chaplain saw n sol dier by the name of McDonnell making for tho back door of a saloon W P Prather died of pneumonia after a short illness at his homo near Wlllisburg Washington County An appeal for aid for tho atarvin millions In Russia from tho people or Illinois has been issued by Gov Deneen Silas Ealy a eevenleen year ol Negro youth was lynched at Bosslo Point Ln for a criminal assault on n little eightyear old white girl Capt Edgar D Macklin was acquitted at the close of his court marta trial at San Antonio on charges connected with tho shooting up of Browns ville Tox Five hundred men are still fighting Jorest fires that menace Maple Falls Wash A change of the direction oC the wind has saved the place from total destructionTho at Boise Idaho has rent ed a house In which to lodge the jurors in tho William Hay wood case Th court room Is being reconstructed to in crease tho seating capacity Julius Ffeischmanna chauffeur was arrested in Lexington charged with driving his car at too great a speed while on his way to meet Alice Reese velt Longworth and Mrs Flcischtpann who were delayed in the trip from Cin cinnatiAn statue of Gen George B McClcllan was unveiled at Washington with imposing ceremonies under tho auspices of the Society of tho Army of the Potomac President Roose velt delivered characteristic address on a variety of topics Delayed by muddy roads Mrs Nicholas Longworth and tho party accom partying her reached Lexington only in time to see the Inst race of the meet ing Saturday but she was given a cheering welcome when she was recog nized In tho grand stand H C Gray a fireman on tho Louis ville and Nashville railroad while passing through Bourbon county lespei from the cab stopped a runaway horse and saved a womans life then jumped on the rear end of the train and went on without a wheel ever having blood poisoning which develop ed from an ingrowing nail piercing the big toe of his left foot which was frostbitten 21 years ago Frank Marion Tucker chief inspector for tho Louis villa Railway Co and one of the oldest employes of tho company died after n liqgering illness A mob of from 25 to 40 nightriders went to tho home of Robert Hollowcll in Caldwell County and fired n fusil lade through the windows Calls were heard for Mrs Hollowcll who opened tho front door and was shot in the face with bird shot Mrs Hollowcll was residing in Princeton when the tobacco atcmmcrica wore destroyed last Dec ember and was a witness before the grand jury at thp March term of tho Caldwell Circuit Court The act of March 1996 making the county the unit in elections as to the sale of liquor was upheld by the Court of Appeals in consolidated cases from tho lower courts of Woodford Lincoln and Hqnry counties Chief Justice 0 Rear delivering the opinion of tho court It is held that cities of the first four classes which are entitled under the act to separate elections if they so desire must ask and have their elections held on the same day as a county plea tion on tho question is held in order to hold their rights and not be governed by the larger unit Good Words For Chamberlains Cough Remedy People everywhere take pleasure In testifying to tho good qualities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Kdward Phillips of Barclay Md wrltos I wish to toll you that loan recommend Chamberlains Cough Uomcdy My little girl Catherine who is two yours old has been taking this remedy whenever she had a cold since she was two months old About n month ago I contracted a dreadful fold myself but I took Chamborfalns Cough Homed and was soon us well as over This remedy Is for sale by all druggists A Cincinnati judge ordered a woman who had been brought befctre him dressed in a pickaboo waist to go homo and put some clothes on before uppearing in his court A man who cannot appreciate the beauties of na ture is fit for treasons stratagems and spoils nnd oughtnt to be a judge Frankfort Journal I hear you aro having trouble in meeting your creditors Trouble in meeting omY Great Scott My trouble is dodging em Cleveland Leader 1 I o u HUSTONVILLE Mrs Fannie Green of Harrodsburg is visiting her sister Mrs W G Rout n There will bo a meeting of the off cers anti stockholders of the Home Tel ephone Co nt Dr Barkers office Wed nesday afternoon May 8 George B Wcarcn and wife now or Lexington spent Sunday with friend in our city Paul VnnArsdall of Mercer is visiting relatives here The union prayer meeting Wed nell day evening at tho Christian churcl will be be lead by Mr Chas Wheeler tho subject being Joseph and his Brothen all United Rev L M Omer of Stanford wil preach at tho Christian church here next Sunday morning in tho absence or Rev Clarence Daniels who has charge of the choir work during the meeting at the Stanford Christian church Chas Wheeler was reelected a mem her of the board of education of our graded school on Saturday without opposition lie is an enthusiast on tho subject of education and has been pres ident of the board of education sine the establishment of the school of which wo are very proud There will be services at the Presby terian church next Sunday morning am night Rev E V Tndlock of Louisville will preach morning subject Pure Religion Evening In fluencc Mr Tadlock is a forceful and eloquent speaker and a cordial invitation Is extended to all to hear him Among those who attended our rinkI Friday evening from a distance were Misses Lucy Leo Walton Lyles Cooper Sable T Woods Eva Goode Jennie Wilcher and sister and Lucinda Lutes of Stanford C B Reid was at home Sunday and returned to Louisville Monday Hon Clay Godbey and Dink Wilk inson of Casey passed through Sunday en route home A very impressive memorial service was held by the ladies of the C W B M on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Emmett McCormack lead by Mrs Jennie Carpenter The death of a beloved member Miss Josie Bosley whose life was devoted to tho Masters work leaves a draped chair in the group of His workers here that will be white in her heavenly home MATRIMONIAL Mr and Mrs James H Gentry have announced the engagement of their daughters Julia to Dr John Jackson of this city The wedding will bo in June Danville News In tho parlors of tho Exchange Hotel Mr Lafayette Rodgera and Miss Monta Combest both of Teddy were quietly married Rev J L Owens performing the ceremony Liberty News Down at Ronkonkoma Rhode island Maude Adams the actress maintains a small farm If it wero not for the fact thaUaho is tho best piece of theatrical property in the world she would devote her entire time to the life of n farmer What time she can spare from acting she spends on the farm and makes a business of selling pigs and poultry She loves privacy and the many St Bernards she has on her place are kept as much to ward oil camera fiends as for pets Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy There Is probably no medicine made that is rolled upon with more implicit confidence than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy During tho third of a century In which It has been In use people have learned that It Is tho one remedy that never falls When reduced with water and sweetened It Is pleasant to take For sale by all druggists The body of little Horace Marvin who disappeared from tho farm of his father at Kitts Hammock Del March 4 was found Saturday afternoon in a marsh The body was in a fair state of preservation and showed no marks foul play Detectives believe ho wandered to the marsh and perished from cold Thirty years after being indicted for tho murder of William King in Madison county Georgia William Graham was arrested in Hall county where he has lived since 1877 Graham is said to have beaten King so badly with a stick that the latter died from his injuries Thrones no need of suffering with bronchitis Breathe Hyomol and its heating medication will stop all Irrl anon Sold under guarantee by 0 L Penny Henry B Curran of Philadelphia one of tho bestknown soft coal operators in tho country died suddenly at Hot Springs Va Death was duo to hear disease Of 328 candidates for tho Naval Academy this year 137 have passed Among the successful candidates was W Miller of Kentucky t r ftlo1 Cbe Lincoln bounty l atign4l Bank IOf Stanford KcnfucKi t Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus i 2300000 Undivided Profitst V 500000- S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON ViCEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIERj J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J IlOirdoy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John II Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W O Walk or TrnylorGilbertsII Cummins Prllhr ville L G t Gooch Vayiipsluirjr Ky First National BankOr Capital Stock This lostltutlonwas III the lIepolt Rank of then reorganized as the Stanford In 1885 and the First National Dusk 882 having had rupted existence for U supplied now with tog business promptlyand before In Its long and Accounts of Individuals poratlons 01 HOOKER tobr Directors UtnTllle Stanford Stanford Tanner McKInney Elmore Stanford Stanford Ion Hubble Stanford euu Stanford Stanford 9tantordrfyGFORGHLiR I will stand the nbovo hono nod n fine jack at S10 to insure a living colt See them before you breed M S Stanford Ky Musical Instrumentsq Having purchased the business of J B Finlay wo iuriiith you with everything in the mus foal lino Gruphophoucs nil prices String In strument all kind Sheet Music Records Etc Pianos and Piunnlas of the makes HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY u ijad You Thought of This If a spark should blow under your old dry shingle roof had you thought of the consequences and what it might to you If you have a TIN HOOP there is no danger from fire starting on the and it will last twice as long as any shingle you can get these dayaand cost very little more Give mo a trial and I will please you rH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber W Br McRobertsDRUGGIST to all D J Hnlcn unit Bnmll tot II KitRnr lloxo of 3Unk of Honnfor IOe 3 011oleL HOIIII for 6 Other Lh age Como and try buforr buying Now Oliittilug tar Hprlni vnr and ft tow of old took left Jiut nt bolls prl1 n KY Prtit V Pro I Obri can best mean roof i II Books 1andsupervision given Prescriptions compounded SMITH 21ixtundebrown Irolltspoundsgrnnulatedugur uUewilere GILBERTS CREEK fleers WnAKENAist BAUOHMAN PERSONAL ViTAE ojzMothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Pain Kilter Dan Isher blood VItaltibrIlesith and HtrunKtb Restorer N H Bogie Blarksburf Kentucky OenuSallgegt a The Interior Journal Eo Co WALTON tJTOBERTS a candidate f trate In the Crnb Mngt act ubject to the III of thud crntto JQH Srty JAM SER a tIndlllllt 6 i iLiOColn Count ubJect to th fCPku t th IlI1ocrllt Ic party y711- i M t Rucg Ii n candidate for n ler ot rount subject to tho action of Zhu Democratic party JAMES C HAYS- IaacnudldntoforJntler of Lincoln county subject to the action of the IWll10crnl c nnrty D C ALLEN Ii n candidate for oor theIlicinocrnll J ty subject to tuelullon of Iiurty Tim Court of Appeals affirmed the decision of tho Lincoln circuit court which held that the County Unit Law is constitutional and that tho election t held on the whisky question in this county on September 12 of last year when a majority of over 1200 said by their votes that they did not want whis ky sold i9 valid Judge ORear hand ed down the decision which is a most exhaustive one The decision was unan imous much to the surprise of the wets and to many of the drys The news reached hero about 130 Friday afternoon and was received with delight by the friends of local option tho majority of whom however had little or no fear of the result of the con test Now that tho people have said in no uncertain tones that they want local option and tho courts have sustained them all along the line they should ande must have it at any cost Let those who voted whisky out aided by those who love the law and want to see it en forced begin at once to stop the ille gal sale of spirituous vinous and malt liquors for when once blind tigers and bootleggers gets grasp on a community their hold is so tight it is next to impossible to stamp them out EDITOR WALTON of tho Frankfort Journal seems tobo the target of the fellows who want damages to soothe their wounded feelings A London man named Brock has instituted suit for 25000 against him for copying an item from the CourierJournal to the effect that he Brock had some trouble withI a man named Patrick at Salyersville and was fatally shot etc We havent the honor of Mr Frocks acquaintance but the average man who is reporte- killed and is not is too thankful to wor ry his fellow man with damage and this makes us the more anxious r know what manner of man Mr B is IT is stated that over 4000 men bought diplomas to practice medicin- from socalled medical colleges in Chicago last year and the State Medi cal Board of Illinois is taking steps to stop the evil It ought to be made a penal offense to give or take a di ploma not warranted by a mastery of the subjects upon which it Is granted A wholesale massacre is no worse than the killing of people by incompetent physicians TilE Northern and Southern Presby terian churches of Mt Sterling are giv dog a good example of brotherly love They have decided to unite and both pastors have resigned so that a new pastor agreeable to both sides can be called If there were a little more of this Christian charity and brotherly loveI displayed by the churches the outsiders would have more respect for and confi dence in them TUB greatest of all temperance lec turers Francis Murphy is going blind at 71 In 46 years of work in his choice field he has addressed about 25000 meetings traveled nearly 1000000 miles and persuaded nearly 12000000 persons to take the pledge Mr Mur phy believes more in moral suasion than legislative compulsion ON his retirement from the office of Commissioner of Internal Revenue C Hon John W Ycrkos office force pro t sented him with n 350 watch and a 450 diamond stud Evidently the boys knew Mr Yorkoa weakness for jewel ry and dress Tim St Louis man who struck his mother and then killed himself in remorse over tho act did the proper thing A man who could strike or ill use the woman who bore him has no placo this side of hadesr POLITICALt Maj Gen John P Weston a native Kcntuckian has been ordered to the command of the army in the Philippine IslandsThe democratic legislative primary in Warren c has been called off and Duncan MilUkcnjtoill be declared the nominee The Florida Senate adopted a rem William J Bran fur the Democratlcnomination the t Maj General Kathbone died in San Francisco aftcrta brief Illness Tin was a under the first Cleveland Adrni9trat1on A resolution in the Arkansas Senate t4 send a committee to to investigateCorpus Gov e5 health Itwas voted down e The total amount collected by the Internal Revenue Bureau during the six years and four months Mr Yerkcs held the office was 160222545137 According to Jay Miller of Bellefon tame 0 President Roosevelt told hl at the White House that Secretary Taft should bo nominated for Pres dentSecretary Taft has accepted an invi tation to address tho National Millers Association in St Louis May 30 Ho will also deliver a political speech in Oklahoma in June I have not publicly or privately declared in favor of the nomination of Mr Taft or of any other Republican I will not publicly or privately declare for anyone until the proper time arrives and that time certainly is not befor- the fall election says Hummy Willson ot Louisville who wants to serve the people of Kentucky as governor Washington believes that Hughes has been greatly strengthened by the fight now being made on him in New York and that if he can defeat tho organization in that State he will carry the dele Ration to the next national convention At any rate even though he loses it is believed that ho will be an important factor in the next Republican convention Additional Local SUNNY Monday soap at Singletons e LOST OR STOLEN Gentlemans gold watch Liberal reward James R NewlandaSUNDAY was a beautiful day but we paid for it yesterday when a cold rain fell most of the day Tim L d N will sell roundtrip tick ta to Louisville good for two days at 410 on the following dates May 8 11 15 18 22 25 29 and June 1 5 8 account of the races CLAY DRYE colored who works at Beazley Bros stable was kicked in the stomach by a horso Friday and was unconscious for an hour or sotlie finally came to himself and is getting along all right A LARGE crowd attended the recital at the Graded School Auditorium Fri day night notwithstanding the cold rain and enjoyed the clever entertain ment to the fullest extent The first number was a chorus by a dozen or more tiny girls dressed in snowy white Misses Gertrude Wilkinson and Mamie Singleton then favored the audience with a piano duct after which Master atda ap plause Miss Mary Belle Spoonamoros andtoof the first grade was most creditable Hartwell Shanks made a model Jolly Lotetie Carsons piano duet was well ren dered after which came George Dunlap Hoppers comic song A Lemon in the Garden of Love which provoked much laughter The waltz La Mozelle given by Misses Mary Elizabeth McKinney and Virginia Mahony on the piano and Berta Jean Penny with violin was exceedingly well executed Miss Annie Lewis Gentry who always does well recited Gone With a Handsomer Man to perfection Miss Frances Coopers piano solo and that of Miss Josephine Price Carpenter elicited much clapping of hands and favorable corn ment The jumping jacks by eight boys of the third grade was very laughable The interesting program concluded with a boss solo by Prof J W Ireland which was par excellence Prof Irelands voice was in fine condi tion and he was at his best in every way Those who have heard him sing know what it means Miss Ellen Bal lou and others who had charge of the entertainment are deserving of hearty commendation for their good work Here and There Gen Joseph K Hudson is dead at Topeka Kansas at an advanced age The eightstory brick building in Chicago known as Warehouses B and of the Schwarschild Sulzbergor- Co packers was partially destroyed by fire The loss is said to be 100000 In Chicago a hearse in which the body of Mrs Christina Engloson was boIng taken to a cemetery for burial was struck and overturned by a streetcar A carriage costal ding pallbearers narrowly escaped collision The last week on the Chicago Board of Trade has seen a of tho activity which prevailed there several years is predicted by the more optimistic that this will at a higher level for some ime to come Another increase in tho price of the bettor grade of Kentucky oil has still further stimulated investigating work and additional territory is being probed for tests Twentythree wells were brought in during the last week and there wero eight dusters The Cincinnati Enquirer gives the snap away In answer to the question How does the weather man make- his predictions it says that ho probably pots out of the Cherry Pec Almanac or mayhap out of some other just as source Theres nopleasure lute when you sutler from indigestion Easiest thing in the world to cure It if you use Mlona jltomach tablets 50 cents at G L Pennys Brigham Young t lirlghnnYututgatmyplncoonlholi miles btnnford nl UO to boom n vIiMURIIIVm EXCELSIOR TIn model jack by Kiit cror nod out of n Jennet by lni ortcd Hidalgo will make tinli llrnli trJIlepUVt line bent ofMr I Hhelby IVvli and no doubt hlA progeny will Iw ctiuiil to If not su perior to Unit of Ills famous ancestors Blue Eye the Second by Hundley famous llluo Kyos Hhctlnnd pony will nlito make the at my plnc nit 10 hisureiHild nt time of Iud tnuiuictlun Moro pnltrOrllred at reasonable nibs Mure entrusted to mi will receive my 10nil attention hut will not lit tvaponlnlc for accidents or wen pen 1hone In residence JOHN JllAlUKXTKU Grub orchard Ky KING EAGLE No falal handldRhdarkgoes nil the gaits with plenty of speed style nod action hetoSluuhtalvsltot K King Eoglrn tat dam Hip axv she Engle7ngYl41uut UhdlllllOTK atyltricolthli colts will show lor themnelves King Ka gle will make the prexiil Ion of Wt ul our stable two lull onehalf mile West f Stanford on the Hheltiv Ilty plkeat the low price of JISTOINMfltV A lI1UulT ncklJIMKRPNlFlat dnui by the Imp John Welts irnd 111111I hlgirblankJim Keene will nerve mare at 110 TO IN MlWK A UVINuiulT ASHLAND BROOK t No 4I7TA Vol 17 A TII U bred by HllckIer leorgelown Ky AKIllAND Will foaled lilt olld bay with lull hind foolI white etiuuU lat hands high lm mnKr Hlretl by Hllent llrcxik No SinrgnntIhthgnteYtlflIteIOelinak dy llelll rookr17H Jennlo llrook oxiiTH Klllott Htone XtiKH Lady llrook IYI yyu and llunnlnK llmok Klient Brook S OIMrehUllthljaj lollr1IOoJh17W Iw by leorge Vllke Hid dnin Hlile JIIIIMollro CIlowof oingwithiota utalrrlalylrantincUonThis Hhould aoule very highclaw horten Aihbind Brook will ere f w out ALIVING 111111tTOIIIKlIIIdam by Uvt HubbleV 1rlnw the Mn of JIIIIIIIIIIApoint and lie n breeder Is nnsnrpn vd III hrlllIlIged with or bred el ewherw forfeits the Innur nnc and money Ucome due lit the time of suehlrunaartionForlurtlerlartlculnrscullon or nddrea H T II AUU1H A HunT WCXlD- HIhoiuTJ Itlnafl Htanford Kv Chester SIThe greet combined itnlllon will make the 310KIIIII9tey pniible wtnn inlt Is fonletl or In verycase where mare U parted with or bred to another horne Chester Is u very dark chestnut sorrel 0 year old lb4hontlaulalelin form with of MKK In trot Hill rank right nt tylecharaetc norto Lincoln Squirrel Hod Ixty 4ycnroldhluok txilntslAhandi high lid lull made heavy ma no and toll good lane back and II lie neckwelf net lit high mounted shoulders n combined bred horns but I use hint 0111 In homes nnd n more perfect harness bone I have never een can step very fast with extreme high action nil around and I think him to lie one ot th best stallions In tilt Hint to breed to to get good highdim walktrot and biiMiiesH horse that will bring you fancy prices His titer finish and high Buria se any llnrlicrr hors that can bo found IIU manner grnco and eiuo would win for him litany company Ho had two colts fouled loaf year bred at a two ycnrold1ownoucuf them nnd can show you as n cult as any body by any horso good enough for a 11I1- IIr1hlllFIIIIIolll Huulrrel was sired by Marlon Squirrel uw he by lllack HllIlrnl 1W he by back KagleTlhe by King liam 07 Marlon HqulrrePn lit by Orevn Mountain 2nd dam by Hughe Kdwlli ior est Lincoln HuillrnTu lit dam Hate II llreeio full St2nd dam forla lk MambrlnoHlnr light a full brothir bylllItulanrTnr2Iltro dnm Motile Crow lllnek himilrrer uul sire Is the ulre of thlllliIIIIothrland Ivnmiirkthester Onre lUd H tilrrel nnd many others Will make the vniou of lUTnt tnv sole luiro lit Htanford lit tltJCa to Insure a living colt Money due when colt U tolled or mitre parted wit- hJOE BROWN JR Is brown with three white feet In fore head nnd snip on 11090 lJt hnnds high the mont lifiiuilf ul color unit mark that hits ever lieeo eeit hIIIIUI 4je n old lilt Is a per feet saddle home from twry itiindiolnthas iiutlful Muldle horoe heiMl n iwrfect eountenabcc and tntellecttial nice ear long rangy 11lkIIIOlIlIll1 well in shout dersla wry heal nod deeji through heart with a Iwitutltul slantetl shoulder with very short Lick good t goal round hips with h splendid bone with a styleIbnnIn the right place never need anything to add to his look and n but his natural font sad st N Joe Itniwn Jr Is a perfect tyH saddle horse from every point unit ns you will rout le111gre that a tltsr one wan never bredund has evrry gait that any Kentucky Middle horse III the workl iaaw e end trout it flatfoot walk on 111rf it aixl Is n very fine Individual Jm Drown Jr was shown lantseiwon In the threeyeurold form and mver failed to wear his own clef and won many tweepstake premiums with the ln U aged herM In Kentucky as coni etltoriniid I took In neiecllng and buying thU IIrtIl4Ilnstallion for liemy friend Nitrons and ntare owners 10 they run rafs somethliig that win meet the ileniaii tar It never was gronter nor the Nil hlI4hcr than now fur goal high ola galtml mill wnlktrot horse and that Is Jutwhat you will mine If you take euro of the- outuullt 1IUUWN hor that ll tItlhifrom Iu hut you am tell front tau toIiln If handled and nruc erly eared for There Is nothing In praise of his grant Htalllon that any Out coukl say that hll ls not worthy of This young Mai lion will serve u llmlteit iiiiinlier of martMint my Mile burn at Illut to Inoue n living roIL IJn retntud on tnll till retlon huniay II pnldlRfIOllaxJI Drown Jr Is abet by Ibnl Hint he by Joe llrown he by t lilulls L xugtoui old UXlngton thorough bred ht ilnni by Tnlmaiir he by old On Time hf by Htonewnll JacKtoii Slid dam by Wimhlngton IVninark lrt us rememtier that III that brrrdlng there Is it ciimliliiiillon of three of lha Iwst saddle hortu strains tlmt Kentucky alTonl No greater sire of Middle bore hns lIrlieeit prodlleetl tllllll Oabbell U xlnetollUn Time and Washington Iicnmnrk Their has always IMXII known throughout the world ill the grentenl Hew horses and the lawt that till h foundRoxsye Will 010 Hand a good mule pick Ift hand good wulght niHl hone Hired by On hlwella Okl Hunt one of tier Inrgu t jacks Kentucky nlTonln and Is out of one of Ill hi Homve hns proven Ihnaelhilneiuuelackt Me made last ken win III tills county and bun twoeoltinlresdy One honttt mule colt IerIhnh II u sold for YI The other Nit horse mule roll uAo old his owner rfllt rr hluit wino ae than week old lloxnyo will sintid nt tIp MinnllDUin of t to Insure n living colt Will make the prenunl ethos nt hay sale horn Hliinfonl Money dui when alt ts NUe t ur mure imrteil wild JIII retalntxl meolla until money L laid Mire a grand at WO tier innntu Not nioiiiiii fur nc clileiilsor ccnpa but full curt will be Ink to Oily JAMEHILIlIii ZLiYHmnfordKy rhhtngtrout10 I Hlii d t Ihester lilire lit rlmdbOlienU Hd in lu s u wide reimtntlun tnireI will land Hirer god iiml hicks ut p1o lo injure a living cult Money dteiia wllh home Th Junk need no mlvertUlug III or around McKln prRutlubreidem ilxir cults selling at top prlundweiirlnu blue strliiKS All car taken to prevent accident but not rapoulhk Khould any ourU HIIIDKlt MrKlnney Ky DOCK CRAYHheUnnd Sycnrs old8llnchetall owned b lIu h Itelll Foster will make lbo- scnon lit tony to Inure II Iltnig IIn imlOIlltlIIOn that cod tiJ1 tn the HheUlllltI and la rngurded II liorl1t1I III the Ist Kentuckydofentingull comer In the show ring in IfnO retained on all cotta until MHMIII Is paid Shire uutodwith or bre1 elsewher fornt tlurlllll nnd money Ucoine r due Wll mnUo the kriuon ut tho burn back of tho Ht Anupu Hotel JA8 0 11KI1 Htanford Ky r OXFORDSThe toel101I is hero nnd the goods arc pore anti wo tnsist that you Jook thorn over In Men goods WI lire showing the Walkover and the Manss In Patents Viol niul the Gun Mutille In Ladies Oxfords wo how 00I ULTRA AND BROCKPORT ter In thcso low shoes live have Icon oxcccdingly careful nnd feel tate In rib l that the Styles and Lneta are ns uonr correct u was over eliown horo Tlia Prices of the nioiia goodn are 88 88CO and Sl the Indies nro 82CO null 8th In child njnajindjlndios Willie Low Shoos our nssortinont is good with filth t tcolon of polish that you can change to suit any oeclIl ionIH JSTANFORD KENTUCKY I BRIGHTEN UP I Good Paint is not an ex pense but a paying invest ment There is no better Paint than S W P and few as good Come in and talk it ove- rPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists f At tllIl Million of the yenr we recommend according o our motto Only the Itatt far 95OkpeohteQuinineed 01yeMHletgwhlehlokloflnll1 orFteshylHcrofulouMAandremfngforMorof oil iiiniiin otwbd Palo Your House IiDont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here A and it certainly wouldadd greatly to its appearance We have the best Ready Mixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD f DRUG CO- t t rr c J Dont Forget To 9teaLook at our New Tailored Suits New Skirts loll Voiles and Fancies New fHilk WrdpgNew Net and Silk Wniet New Warii Waists Now Muslin Underwear V A FLYER 3Mndi Guaranteed Black Tnirdn Bilk the 8110 quality for SOB Just the kind for drop skirts rANFOIU KY MAY 7 100 4l SUNSlliNB Finish will make old furniture look like new Pennys Drug- Store PERSONALS MRS E D KBNNBOY is ill ti MRS JOSBPII COFFEY Is qulto sick Mns J P BRADY continues very low lii J B OWSLBY has boon sick for several days Miss NANCY VANDEVBBK Is very with stomach trouble MR II DKIOIIT HAYS is clerking ror Mr George D Hopper Miss SALLIB STEWART of Urumflcli Is with Mr J W Powell Miss IVA Coy of Kirksville Is the truest of Miss Lena Palmer Miss DORA HBSTBR Is in Henderson I tho guest of Mrs J II Hansom MR Joe HAIUHN of Louisville spent several days with hU family hero tho mother or home folks MR J J McCiL of Hazel Patch Is hero under treatment of Dr E J t Brown JUDGE M C SAUKLEY left Sunday for Salycrsvlllo to hold a special term of court I MR HOBBRT HARDING and pretty lit I tlo daughter were hero yesterday iron DanvilleMR M LAIR a valued subscriber at Hlatt Itockcostlo county was here Saturday OWBLEY NBWLAND returned yester day from a trip through tho Wild and Wooly West PROF AND MRS W C GRJNSTBAD of Danville are guests of Prof and Mrs J W Ireland MESSRS GBO It LYNE and Burch liuchanon of Crab Orchard went to Louisville yesterday Mns M E Fisij and Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard wore herewith relatives Friday Miss EFKA Goocn of Wayneaburg is visiting her sister Mrs E M PetI tusSomerset Journal 1 REV J II PACE of Westfield III Is hero with his parents Ho brought his two bright bays with him MRS J A McUotJEUTa of Livings ton was on Fridays train returning froma visit to friends at Lebanon June tion Mn JAMDS a LYNNS condition ro mains unchanged His daughters Mrs J E Claunch Is up wfth him MR E P OWSIEY arrived from Co lumbus Ga Sunday to see his father Dr J B OwBley whoso condition If regarded critical MESSRS R L HunnLK S T Harris M B Eubanks B W Givens C Gentry J Ms Alverson and J1 Em bry witnessed tho Derby at Louisville yesterday MR WILRUR B GOOD and family have moved to Graysvlllc Tonn where Mr G has a good position Tho friends of the family hero givo them up with much regret PROF RICE S EUBANK formerly of this place has bought tho interest of his partner Mr Thomas W Vinson in tho Southern School Journal published- at k SUNDAYS Lexington CourierJournal printed n splendid picture of Mrs T S Robinson of New Orleans She was Miss Bessie Dawson a daughter of Judgo W L Dawson of this place Mn KAIUBB COPFBY who has boon with tho North Jellico Coal Co ut WIl ton has accepted a position with tho lieu Jclllco Coal Co near Pinevlllo I Mr tarday Coffey was horo a short while yog Muss SALLIB SHUMAN came down from IIustonvillo to hoar her bright little nephew Guy Shipman Ballou recite at the Graded School entertainment Friday night She was well repaid for her trip MR ANn MRS SIIELTON M SAUFLEY are being congratulated upon tho ar rival of a son who was born yesterday afternoon Ho has been named for his father Frankfort Journal Tho mother was the handsome Miss Chloo Baugh man of this place IT doesnt look now as If Kansas is going to do her best this year Tho fruit is about all killed green bugs are in the wheat and corn late It may bo + oho will redeem herself in hay and Into writes Mr II Lewis of BUffalo Kansas as ho encloses 1 for another years subscription to tho I J GEORGE BnOCK has moved his family from Stanford to Pulaski Station MIHH MARK MAIIONV returned to Danville with Mrs It S Lytlo and is her guest REV R II CROSSFIELD arrived fror Owcnsbdro yesterday arid begun a tracted e Christian church- last night i MRS I N BOWIJNG who has beDn with her sister Mrs M F Murphy returned to her homo in hell count yesterday LOCALS SCREEN doors and wire cloth at Singletons WALLACE SINGLETON sells fresh peanuts and popcorn CAnnAQB tomato and other plants for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford WILLIS Cnow an aged Boneyvll Negro died Saturday lilted 71 I HAVE a splendid lot of buggy hare ness at all prices J C McClary SOLID colored linens and Linetts ond Star braids for braiding Severance Son BLACK Is the latest in mens kid gloves See them at Cummins Mc Clarys CALL and see our tinb of parlor tables also mailings and wall paper Tribbl Pence FOR SALE RhodoIslandliedeggs per 1C Mrs W J Edmiston Cra Orchard Ky- PLEASE bring back tho skate keys you have taken from tho opera house Stanford Rink Co NOTICE To patrons of R F D No 4 Call at Stanford postoulco and tet your box James C Florence post master THE State Board of Equalization de tided Saturday to let Lincoln county assessment remain as the local boars fixed itqulto a compliment to both the board of supervisors and Asscsso W A Carson THE Knights of ahave decides to build a hall for their use It Ii probable that another story will be added to tho Myers House for them Tho decision to build was reached at tho last meeting OLD ASPARAGUS BBD Mr James D Bastin of tho Ewcll section brough us In some asparagus Saturday thAt came from a bed ho planted 35 year ago It has borne each year and is as good ns it was a quarter of a centur ago IN Judge R C Warrens court Sat unlay Bill Lee Robert Graham am Oliver Campbell nil colored were finei no each for disorderly conduct They live in tho East End Elijah Stephenson Noah Schooler and Will Green arrested on tho same charge wero acquitted O V JARRBTT jaIler of Rockcastlc louvered to Jailer W I Herri Sunday lames Ballou charged with shooting nt 0 0 Rowlings an L N brake nan at Maywood the other day lie erved seven years in the penitentiary for wrecking a train in Rockcustlo antis considered a vary bad egg TUB game of ball between Stanford and the Central University Sophomore earn Friday afternoon was stopped by rain nt the last of tho fourth inning when the score stood 16 to 6 ih favor of our boys A gentleman who witnoued tho part of game says tho features of It- wore glaring errors on both sides LUG AurvTATRUEarl 17yearold ion of Mr A A Potts of the Lytlo section shot himself in tho leg just bovo the knee whilo foiling with a istol Tho wound was such a dangerous one that it was nccowary to ampu tate tho leg Dr Fayette Dunlap of anville is tho physician in charge FIRE AT CRAB ORCHARD Thoso who Irection of Crab Orchard It proved to be a destructive fire there which swept away tho store and residence of Mrs E S Payne and tho brick store room corner Main and Stanford Streets Tho latter was used by tho telephone joplo for an exchange and owned by Samuel J Tatum The firo is believed to have been caused by a lamp in Mrs aynos homo exploding Sho was at church at tho time Mrs Paynes In iranco expired in March and unfortu ntcly she did not renew it Cheaper to Move Than Pay Rent is on old saying but a true ono is Wlicn your clothes get too Email you must got larger ones Our growing trade demands more room and wo will move about Juno 1st to the largo room now being built for us in tho JfyoM Honso Corner Wo hoped to get ih this new room for the Spring trade but the bad weather kept tho work hack We bought he1ilof Spring gpqds aril are crowded for space consequently we will oflur many attractive bargains in order to reduce our tock by moving time Juno 1st The cold weather hos hindered tho idling of Spring goods and we must reduce our stock within the next 15 days Watch this space for special offerings 1 ALL kinds of blacksmithing andre pair work done Shoeing from 80c to- SI James A Estes back of old Slyer House IT is n line to throw trash in the Jut ten Take it to the sink hole back or John M Stones R G Jones City Marshal FOR SALE OR RENT Tho Dr J R VunArsdale property on Cut Off street For particulars call on or address I It Hughes Stanford f AN examination for graduation in the common school course will be hold in my office May 10 and 11 1907 G Singleton superintendent fTHE Central Kentucky RcJ Beta Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 000 acres for salo at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices r RECENT legislation exempts a teacher from attending upon county institut if ho attends the Summer Torm of the Normal Department of the State College for as much as four weeks betwec Juno 1st and August 1st Garlan Singleton Supt NOTICCI will pay the 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 nil kind there Call and get our prices 1L U Northcott Stanford THE gradutes of tho Stanford Grade School Misses Mary Burch Claudi Eaton and Mattio McClary and Mcssn Hays Foster George D Hopper Beverly E Rout and Robert Hardin Waters have had issued the handsome cst invitations to their graduating cxci ciscs on Wednesday May 2 we have seen in a long time They are beautifully engraved and the class colors black and gold handsomely embossed Mr Waters has our for one JIIE new hardwood floor of Walton Opera House was used for the first time Saturday evening and the skaters pro nounced it superb A large crowd was present and the evening was thoroughly enjoyed Several of tho best skaters got falls so sleek was the surface or the tloor Contractor A C Sine who put the floor in did a line job and wo take pleasure in commending him to those wishing any kind of work in his lino done The rink will be open this Tuesday evening at 730 and ouaccount of tho protracted meeting at the Chris tian church will run later than usual In order that those who attend church mny indulge in the harmless exercise of skating afterward if thcso desire Tho ladies will find It to theiradrantag U be present on Tuesday evenings us the crowd is usually not so largo and they have better opportunity of learn ing to skate AN ELEGANT AFFAIR On last Fri day evening at their beautiful country home Hickory Hill Mr and Mrs T A Rice charmingly entertained tin Young Married Peoples Club Tin house was beautifully illuminated wits shaded camllps tho color scheme being red Tho dining room was handsomely decorated with smilax ferns untlpottoi plants which presented a scone of boouty in every souse of tho word Around the frappe bowl which was presided over by Misses Pauline hooker sad Mary Burch wore laid beautiful rod carnations Mr and Mrs Rice insisted by Mrs Joe S Rice greeted the numerous guests with that genuine Kentucky hospitality characteristic of hat popular couple anti Mrs Rice Nations was inOulgod in the 40 Hid guests prosont and in trio end Mr Joe S Wee came out victorious for tho rontlemanB prize with Mrs W A Tribble winning the ladys prize and ilr John H Shanks capturing tho booby with great ease At an up iropriate hour a delicious threecourse luncheon consisting of crabs in shell live sandwiches salads beaten bis cult cheese straws coffee strawberries and cream and candied dates pre pared by Benedict of Louisville was elegantly served and enjoyed to tho fullest extent by those fortunate enough to bo present The beautiful lawn was lIghted with Japanese lanterns artis ically arranged When the hour for departure arrived it was a scene ofgen erol regret Congratulations wero showered upon Mr and Mrs Rico for the delightful evening so charmingly mado by them to all present Y SEE our special J4inch Black Yolk for 80c worth 110 Severance S Son FOR SALE Black Minorca eggs 25c per dozen Mrs Burdette Powell Hus tonviile Ky JUST caroadof American Woven Wire Fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard MENS dress and driving gloves of H P make They fit at Cum mini McClarys FOR SALEFew bushels early yellow seed corn of best variety grown 1 per bushel H C Anderson Tits trustees oftheCrab Orchard Graded School elected the present teachersMrs M J Cochran and Misses Georgia Lewis nndFctro fo another year Superintendent N B Sewell will go to Yale next year Till second baseball team defeated Lancaster 7 to on thegrounds hero Saturday afternoon in a goo game For tho home team Charles Downer and Wallace Singleton took time about pitching and Mike Penny caught Additional Local on Second Page AN ORDINANCE An ordinance Itolntlne to the mowIng of Htenin VhUllPi within the Durporuti IlInltll of tb The 11ty iouncilortiiecitvorfituiifot Kentucky do cmluln in follows IIt hnll lx unlawful for nny portion firm or corporation to blow or cause or per mil to OWII till limits of the City of Htnnfonl Kentucky any steam whistle torn greater length of time or tc cnUKeby RUCh blowing more noise than Is necpMnry to give tlcnali as required by law and In compliance with reasonable rules for the operation of the bunlnen of ouch iienon llrmor cOrlOrUllnn provlilrd that not herein nhnll prevent the blowing of such whIsttesto Indicate tho hours day I Any person firm or corporation that miss violate way of the provisions hereol sail lie lined not less than IS nor morethan tifi for each offence a This unllllune shall no punllithed In one h811 of the INTKHIOH JoiitNAL news paper and shell lie In force from and after such A ILOKNElIll1or- I U HrullKMrity Clerk IRIBBtE PENCE Undortakors and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture ot All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic ture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr EFr Bcazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE O PENCE Day Phono 2Hj Night 166 or 133 A Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels The infant or the child should not be given salts purgative waters or harsh pills or tablets when the bowels are con stipated and neither should cine be used that contains a narcoticI It is well for mothers to remember that there is no better gentler or more effective remedy for childrens stomach make it especially adapted to young tonic Ingredients It not only cleans out systemivory way Among the thousands who are using Dr ofuayetier baby regularly and bat she would sot be tonghoeremedyorIver trouble dUrrbeai colic worm sod the andbaweltad by its use a homo taro at very little cost is aboutChildren troubled with skin Vi sadtothatDrseebowueInccct bottle Ilan often restored an entire family drenlnj tile company li to prove that the remedy do it we claim and li only own to thou have never hken it Send for It If In GenIJeltyetTHEPUBLICproduct1earapedtyuanngee COB J Ir OneFourth ofl the price Ot nny now Spring Tailor Suit Tans Gres W Navy Black niiFatf ics SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY sickI SunItlay CaldwellsSyrup sure1y buring + +++ + + 6 ++ + M MfrHHH + H ++i+111 + 14 + hH- INOFOXFORDS Tartly deliveries have rendered our Spring line of SHSIIncomillete uptodate but at last we havo gotten in our Spring iline and feel safe in saying that we are now able to showi pu us n line of Spring Shoes as alto heat both from a lointofl style and wearing qualities We will be glad to have tho opportunity to I Show You Our Line It embraces all the good andnew styles in Plain anti Undressed Kids and Patent Leather Oxfords Prices From 200 To 350 Wear Guaranteed L M HUEY CO IDry Goods Notions ShoesaPhone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseI KENTUCKYt ttt Spring And Summer Clothes ForThe Particular Man = sirsrsitar Every good dresser appreciates clothes madeThe Heldman Way They possess ajfullSdegreeJofstyle as well as qualityi aTherelisjsnapto them that appeals to the wearer Dontlfailito see our line W E Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky Screen Doors Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Garden Tools Garden Seeds A Plow Gear c at Bottom Prices at Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky A Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY EGGS FOR SALE I O II Leghorn eggs II for setting of 7 or three ettlng or Alas llODKHT U llKHU- THuitunvlllu Ky I I L N TIME TKBLE No81HoutliH2Jrii NoSJ South 1Ynt rnNo il North tfi No S North fll p JOS S RICE Agentj thef Interior Journal Entered in the Pott Office at Stanford at tteenddatt matter SVBUBUBD TUESDAYS AND FKDAY AT 100 PER YEAR CASH el When not o paid ItOO will be charged A Nice Home for Sale I rtiSlrfl to sellmy house nnd lot In Ore8nnt5rooiii one of Inml barn and nil nroownry outbuildings Ne And In hnM tot oftxwlliiit fruit Hackr Well on Hircli J lHTrKNHBiiniixOrnnOrclinny 4 NOTICE r ncwllng Union Jack nod WireAnyone RUetcliercnnlntVR their order with T n Newlnnd pt plc tins ono he will show and take your osier mid will llll thewxmeoiiHhort unties r n T LUNH1OItn B D CARTER New Livery Depot StreetPhono93 STANFORD KENTUCKY A WORD TO YOU I YoUnro Invited to look nt the New While Goods Ilnmburgs Lures Ac Also n now MohnirIn 1I11lelt ItueBrownUnty- an4rdncbwide splendld tnlue Ira- td Tnoso JII nlltl ChIckens to soil1will give Uckcta to them on hls- rouge Bring them In before they go down 13i IIAHItlH Crab Orchnni Ky r A S PRICE Surgeon DentistISTANFORD KENTUCKY lice over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building NSURANCE-k Tltt Lightning None WlndHtormlure and and Lowest POI RxsTCompanies Bates Tulkwitha Puylng1tocI- UneQualled MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No St iIVEME YOUR ORDER I CAN k PLEASE YOU bu readymnde clothing when there IssolUtledlUcronceln taw prlco of ready Sadl suits a to your measure waken by nn experienced tailor I have n Aodsome lino of Hprlns Hummer goods an make from n low prlco hualnee suit to 1kbJlnestdres stilt Aho Overeont Trous m and Fancy Vests The company I rep resent Is second to none HO nUILKVTheTnllor r Htnnford I JflMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEAXEB W Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build rI1rs Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build lag purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Attention Olvou Commercial Men- Ooollltlitl at UeusouuUlo Itutes Stock Pone In Connections Alto for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery iasollnv and Hteam Engines Thrv liliiK Machinery und Haw Mills It will you to see us before buy Also commKsloH salesmen for all secondhand xnschlnery e1t tary r Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HariiesaSaddlery t1tc STANFORD KENTUCKY OOce Phone 187 Home Phone II is L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm an Also Dealers iu Fur xiture llattingaRugs They sell exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give hem a Call Prices Right 1YANFORD KENTUCKY J t FARMERS DEPARTMENT hemp seed for sale 150 per bushel W C Shanks Stanford 2t In VVoodfprd county lambs are bofng bought for July delivery at CJ cents J M PETTUS bought of William Cor dler a mare for 175 and qf W I Doono one for 75 In Montgomery Nelson Gnrnett broko 778 pounds of hemp in one day for which he received 140 per 100 hIimprowTo the traders and farmers of Lincoln county I will boat Stanford on county court day with a carload ofnice mountain sheep mostly owes and lamb Ai L Moore Leo Smith of Lexington refused 7500 for the twoyearold colt John Marrs by Jack Point R L Baker made tho offer Night riders who dug up the plant bed of a farmer in Trigg county left a moundthe shape and size of a gray in the center of the bed and it is taken as a threat of what may follow Old Minnie tho great brood mare be lodging to S M Owens of the West End has been bred 13 times and has dropped 13 fine colts the last the best of them She is by Ricnzi and is 1C years old Six black and spotted hogs weighing about 150 pounds loft my place two weeks ago Liberal reward for their return or information leading thereto B D Holtzclaw Walnut Flat Gen John B Castleman of Louisville has offered to loan the govern mentone of his American saddlebred horses for the Transcontinental ride to be made by Capt McCabe of the army Powell Depp Hustonville Ky have 37 extra long yearlings cattle for tale About 30 reds and the rest blacks Have been fed on corn and millet since the 1st of March in fine shape to tike lass Estrayed from my place about four weeks ago a cow and calf red white and spotted muly cow bell and chain m neck red calf with white front feet and white spot in forehead 5 reward M return to Fred Payk Kriger Ky The court of appeals through Judge Barker declined to dissolve an injunc tion granted by the Woodford circuit court to restrain a tobacco raiser from breaking a contract into which be entered with the Burley Tobacco Society and selling his crop to the American Tobacco Co Burley tobacco growers of Mercer and adjoining counties held n barbecue and massmeeting in Harrodsburg Saturday to promote the interests of the Burley organization and 2000 growers who are united against the tobacco trust marched with tobacco sticks over their shoulders At a meeting of the Somerset Fair Association Saturday the following offi cers were elected Virgil Smith Pres- Ident J L Waddle VicePresident II Leubbing Secretary Joe II Gibson Treasurer J A Coleman and W M Catron were added to the directors The date of the fair will be September 3 4 5 and GTimes- A few months ago Mr T E Bald win sold his splendid farm of G40 acres on the Speedwell pike to mountain parties for the sum of SGlOOOr or 100 per acre Since that time he has en ieavored to discover another farm suitable for investment purposes in which to place this large sum ofmoney But in looking over various Bluegrass farms in this and adjoining counties ho found nothing that so well suited him as his former place which he few ently sold Under these circumstances he made overtures to the purchasers of his farm tending to rebuying same fho deal was consummated last week Mr Baldwin paying the sum of 8050- In excess of what had been paid him and obtaining again the old home farm Richmond Register Sore Nipples Any mother who has had experience with this distressing ailment will be pleased to know that a euro may be effected by applying Chamberlains Salvo as soon as tho child Is done nursing Wipe it off with a soft cloth before allowing the babe to nurse Many trained nurses use this salvo with boat results For sale by all druggists TIf there is anything wrong in the looks of this paper or if it is not as newsy as usual charge it to the man aging editor He is enjoying a novel experience to him that of being the father of a bouncing boy which has been named Shelton M Saufley Con gratulations are in order Frankfort Journal For stomach troubles biliousness and constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Many remarkable cures have been dtTeclod by them Price 25 cents Samples freo For by all druggists V An Ohio spinster of seventy turned over a kerosene lamp while heating irons to friz her hair and burned to death in the conflagration that followed Two big delegations of liquor men visited the President Saturday to urge him to reopen the whole question of labeling whisky NOTICE r To those deslring the privilege or drinking Olympian lltlnls tow nfllllnu water tickets for 110 gallons of O H Water prim SII now for 3M Rullcm ticket price SIt These prices nrofor cash Milieu the tlckotinro purclms Ids own bottle or pnokngeF1HIMH1rorU STOP LADIES Ladies stop wearing your backs out on wash days stop wearing your clothes out by rubbing them and use Dlffeos Liquid Soapwhich is guaranteed to knock out 7S per cent of the labor of washing and cause the clothes to last 20 per cent longer A sample of two gallons deliver ed freest your door Will call to see you 11 CASH T F Gross of OrMi Orchard Ky the welt known castrator of IIor cattle Ho U f oldfrlimdytnserveaiixlt to mnko many new ones If you hnve n InltImvu It dote right ItcfnUo rt IUrxmnml navel nt the reasonable price nl unit makes n p lnlty of cnitrnt lhlln in rllllollclJ Crab Or chard Kxrhangr 50 Years An Agency50T- he OUcit in Central Kentucky Get my Rate before Iniurintf Nothing but Fir tCUi Compan iN Repretented JESSE D WEAREN The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY Ii Greatland 1408 Clnatcit Ion of Highland Denmark 7JO It dam Patherlne Denmark sat liy Knyetto Dvntnark Jn l ilam Tattle by IHnmoml Denmark M8nliliiin by hush puke Clrvnl a nil U the sire of the champion yearling saddle tnlllon of Hurt Jack HtnrbrlKhl autl many other premium winner 1rent Is Itllt yens old sorrel in hands lilRhl wxlRblDK 1SUS ixuimli itnr ana nln two white hind fret Ho has more tlto style wolKht and action than any Hcldlo in ItnlllonI KentuckyHighland Denmark sired by IIlRblamI IXmmnrkrJO lit dint t v Allle Wllkes end dam tiy lllmk Ulrr IMarildiini lv MurkIll dnai by II Thoroughbred highland- Uemnark2nd Is buy itutllon stem nnd nlll unit whit e full 15 lmnts POtIdI- WI Preston 922IHired by Wnihlngton lit dam Hell t y Uodorlck ml dam by n IKiimark liorw fronton tins nm and dew fen toil nil the how horse of hit day anal lins proven himself n great hrevderot hlghelHtui suddlo shut hnrnes liune- xChester Chief Html by Cheater Intro la 1st dnm by lied Chief Oliestor Chief Isis red Korrxl stallltin seven ywir old hnniU high with plenty of hope line style anti new tion Jay Wig Trotting ulalllon Hlr lliy WIgtpinA let dam by Jay lllrd Joy Wig U u roan lors1tOIlI1 will bo la hamU high itiul pountia Youlll IIUIIGeneral Wood 850iWyDr McOoril he by Oov Wood 3t 1st dnm by Gladstone flenernl Voud Is four yenrs old black with white points 1S4 hiinils hlRh good Uinennd lenRth nml line more natural ktylethnn nny living jack If tobreedGeneral Wood The nlxjvo stallions nnd tack will make the II80n lit InlItllI nI rince near l jnitoii will mall catalogue giving terms and plow lure of Jack Htarbrlght on nppllentlou J FlGOKdtOOfOxhngbmKylnvtthnd NABOTH JR Nil Jr tun rtcli r it duty yours old 5ndfull Id hands high wilRlis lvj pounds ndlsu bore of wuiid Tf u Ixnuiy Imviiii lung rangy neck nod carrying a tine tall fell n perfect nailed hoe with 811111rhlll ound notion nnd like nil sons of old Naboth ie has grent nntnrnl speed In linrnes and n renter moklng horse run not tx found In lifHtntool Kentucky I have 1111111 r In fancy hones for 10 yn furnUIUiiK liens for till the innrkvU In ttiU country mill nm anxious to encourage the breeders of orns to continue to raise better ones As I generally known there is n scarcity of ail bore nml those suitable for ITU market tines lancy price If the breed rs would raise SutnlHT one hare they J W AC BY Livery Food and Solo Stablos YlntCIII rigs at reatounblo tale Every ria 11101 horses fresh HtMblatn rear 4t Ainpli Hotel Htnnford Ky Ihonv Take Our Standard Remedy For IollltlPIIllhullllltlllIIlllllnllllllatorII1IIInthlllHltt l i mtlim Kidney Trouble or l trliliig from Imniirv I HvmuiUMr If bworshet- o riot btMiefWxtl llrtlOlu rein we wIn rvfuml your nmnry dent by innu to my nddroM an rectliil of II Knell tIPontHltis ft l ante ItruhrniIlllnmKorsalvby Agent IuKUney Ky Beau Naboth 45006 tyjfnboth Imps dRill Nimi llmighmnn by h KlctuiiKrl imns let dam 1415 J by MvtrojittlllHli of lluiiiblftunlan iml dam onNrlOll Mnnibrluo Hltlrll L t Wit oat of- 11arlbnyIllSaldOlsMary titltern ull her by Wagner Itdnurb imported Trnnby dnili by- rhondonlhsgbr Idwii NnlKitb In n Iiiiiul tome hey stHmllntr IMS hands of gnat- latvlstyle nnll1 1hin1l11 of wrf et eon and Allllolr lm shown hlsubll ty to reproduce hls iinlltlm It will bt seen that ll nu Naloths ieill tree goes liack to KlectloinHr on both sire tad dnlll side situ alto on dams idde to tht- ln0tdelnblethoroughhre4emow Will stand lit tI iio llj nlliwHouthof Htnafonl tic riiourestplkeB- Bnt IISTUINHt t A thlNil orr Mares Rriueil at er month Money Inc when tuna Is traded or wirtet with or iced elMvrhere The liest iwrwinnl sine aken though no 11011 lit for tied louts or vgcntNHi J M IKrriH Htnnfonl Ky Lincoln Chief 2566 Vol VI S H R By Bourbon Chief 976 by Harrison Chief 1606 S Drown coli15a hands high foaled 190 Own by r Held Hundley Danville Ky 1 dam Nellie Prewitt 3450 by Roscoe 2471 2 dam by Diamond Denmark M 3 dam by Cruader 4 dam to by Gray Eagle 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 combines horse of high type lIe is a full brother to Choctaw Chief that sold last year for 81 750 and is sired by Bourbon Chief who has produced more highpriced 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 oae of the Longwprth pair costing glzooo and many others selling for phenomenal prices even yearlings is high as looo Lincoln Chief dam has also proven her merits by producing four highclaw stallions and her sire Ilea coe 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 Ueltfounder 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 ac the Fair Grounds Dan vile Ky at 25 to Insure Colt Mares from a distance will be grazed at lOc per day or fod 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 FREEZ ERS They make your CREAM quicker and better than any other in the world Try it XI GEORGE H FARRIS rolJtol Lc of14hcorn that wIll lnr I thnttliK market drlnnndi und1itrsblrh the pui li willing to my huh prints I per tills stallion nl fnmy beaulyandnylnet lltnr h it in tvi If like begets like you ran gat the right kind of harolay breeding to Nnliotb Jr You wilt note that this stallion tins the blood ur Old Nalxitb Len UhiIta 1re WllkM Mnmbrlno OhUf lllot Jr nnd Harry they Nnboth imid SjlOW he by WIII of WIIlotht Inthe lilt Nalsingtinut h 114te f g r htlk 1m ot 1I1I1IIIttonlllll Horiuuliiiim HfM ilttcr to Jnniffi Ifowv cII Jr tV IlinnliU tuniun Third dsuJetip- Hayrey harry in Fourth dnnr 1t1IllfnTly mm of haters Amitrlcau Kiliiiw Nnlmtli lit dean bytluseit get l 11t Jr by laid MultrIII hy trlt 1111 liy lltil Wllktlttl ilnm tliiiroURtibml Niilxiih Jr will IM krptilurliu Ihenwinori of lIAr at my talhlo in nrn U r K and will Mtrmltteil to nerve liars nt this vsfj low rlee ot UIJIJ TO SHITItK A 11IlO tOlT I nm preuintl to rein for tUMk froiji liUtnncoiit prlroii lull HO rB iKiiultilllty neuuieiifer nc IUuiiu or tilt of sleek coiiiinltttxl to cnfn- W II 1IU1 TON l4taeaslertKJ EVERY ONE A WINNER I CnOSSI SHOES fit every time not onco in awhile but every tune If 9U doubt it let us chew your Heros n euappytllid leather Shoo Hs stylishin every lino durable flexible and omnfbrtablo Putout Colt Vo lours Box Calf Gun Metal Narrow TOOK Wide load and Arch lusteps Weve got em Come in and let us try one on you No obligations to you hut n pleasure to us SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY J Brown Pivot Beam Rid= ing Cultivator- DIRECT PRESSUREI Balancing Lever secures comfort for both operator nnd team Powerful Leverage on foot treadles makes easy work fur the operator Quick action in dodging crookcdjiills of Corn makes it superior to any thing on tho market Try One And Be Convinced W H HIGGINSSta- nford Kentucky ATTENTION I Now is the time to get YOU a new buggy Call in and examine my stock before they are picked overIAlso have a full line of Harness Phone 174 E T FENdNiI L =