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I THE INTERIOR JOURNALI 2 r VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 24 1907 NO 24 Some Tobacco Facts t It takes 6500000 acres to grow tlio worlds tobacco Italy has Ute reputation of tnanu focturldR Bono of the strongest smokes in tho world A good cigar will burn slowly nnd equally tho weed that smolders up ono side Is of inferior quality Tho largest cigars como from tho Philippine Islands some of them being 18 inches in length The Pled Hull Inn nt Islington is said to have boon tho first houso In England nt which tobacco was smoked Louisville tho Kentucky center though not so well known us Kichmom tho Virginia center is tho largest to bacco market in tho world It tho leaf of a cigar has a greasy appearance or shows green blotches or 4 is of a palo sickly yellow the wrapper Is ascertain criterion of tho cigars con tents In Tasmania no person Under 19 years of ago U allowed to smoke in a public place Nearly everybody smoke in Japan the girls begin when they are 10 years of age tho boys a year ear lier t The smoko from tho bowl of ones pipe la blue because coming direct from tho redhot tobacco it Is very highly oxidized but tho smoko from ones Ups is gray because it is highly watered and hydrocarbonlzcd JMany Relieve that cigars marked spots aro indicators of the t predatory habits of an insect which attacks only a good leaf but as a matter of fact these spots uro duo to the com bined action of sun and rain t Tho color of the ash is not an accur ate jjuldfl but if tho ash displays a black lip a thin dark lino around tho edge nearest tho mouth it is proof positive of an indifferent cigar The ash of a good cigar should also stand wellIPhysicians chemists and physiolo giatamany of them smokers them selves agrco that smoking before maturity 1s reached always loads to a waste of nervo power and brain force nnd thus squanders lifo by weakening tho very center of strength In Franco there are G000000 smok era and of every 16 there are tight who smoke a pipe five who smoke ci Kant and only two whoare cigarette smokers Still tho French consume more than 800000000 cigarettes a year or enough to go around tho world 600 time if they arc placed end to end in a lineIn Lord Wolseleys campaigns ho made it a rule where possible to allow each soldier ono pound of tobacco per month which ho considered a fair al lowance In Italy the military authors ties recognize the weed as one of tho comforts essential to the troops and ci gars aro served to them with their daily rations RoHef from Rheumatic Pains I BulTorcd with rheumatism fur over two oars says Mr Rolland Curry a patrolman or Key Wost Iln Sometimes It Bottled In my knees and lamed mo go I could hardly walk nt other times It would bo in my root and hands so I was Incapacitated for duty One night when I was In severe pain and lame from It my wHo went to tho drug storo hero and came back with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I was rubbed with it and found tho pain had nearly gone during the night I kept un using It for a little more than two weeks and found that It drove t tho rheumatism away I have not had any trouble from that dlsoasoj for over three months For sale by all druggists HUBBLE t Eld J T Williams will fill his ap pointment at tho Methodist church Sunday morning Mrs Jas Sutton of Marksbury spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs J W Anderson r Tho county cooperation meeting which was held at tho Christian church hero last Saturday was a decided sue cess Dinner was abundant tho addresses were excellent and tho day was thoroughly enjoyed by all present Miss Leo Robinson of St Joseph Mo Is Mr and Mrs Jas Rob Inson Bona McKechnie returned last week from Jlarriman Tenn where ho attended school Mr and Mrs J C Eubanks are visiting relatives In illinois Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup is best for women and children Its mild acv tion and pleasant tasto makes it pro ferable to violent purgatives such as pills tablets etc Get tho bookletand n sample of Orlno at O L Pennys Mrs ATerribly hard to find a good wash woman these days Mrs BYes theyve all gone on the stage I Ever wake up in tho morning with A tho nose stuffed up and dry Thais catarrh A 100 outfit of Ilyomol will euro you Money back If It falls G L ponny x Stock All Subscribed For the Cream ery And Contract Closed The shares for the creamery having all been subscribed tho stock holders hold a mooting at tho court houso Wed nesday afternoon for tho purpose of electing an executive committee purchase a location and act us a buildingr committee in tho interest of tho stockholders until tho plant is completed and ready to incorporate when a permanent organization will bo effected byI electl reular olllccra W H Shanks was chosen chairrrian anti Jamns F Cummins secretary Tho executive committee is as follows W M Bright H J McRoberts JohnI Lutes J B Cnmcniffcht J T Morris Below is it list of the subscribers each having a share of 100 W B OBannon R B Mahony W M Bright W 0 Walker Mark Hardin G L Penny II J Dnrst J R New land John Lutos Fred Von Allman Georgo II Farris J L Bcazloy C E Tate J B Caminisch E C Walton A It Matheny A M Pence J T Morris J L Jarvis J N Vanhook W C Shanks J H Baughman Co S N Matheny A J Gooch JT Dud dorar W M Matheny J Z Spoona more 814 Gaines R E Gaines W H Curtis II G Lutes E T Bcazlcy W H Shanks Cummins tC McClary W T Tucker E T Pence Jr Albert Von Gruenlgan Fred Von Grucnigan Jacob Gander H J McRoberts S Singleton M S Baughman L P Nunnolley E T Pence E H Ballard John Camcnlsch R H Cooper J E Buck Mlddleton Lynn W H Traylor A T Traylor Lilburn Gooch Thomas P Buds J W Williams Sam G CnsI tillo Wm Beck T A Rico Charley Rcichenbach Milton D Eads T J d Son W H Hester A glance at tho foregoing list shows that the company is composed of sub stantial citizens of the town anda majority of tho prominent farmers of the communityCKINGSVILLE Ur R A Tate of Somerset is at tho Hart Hotel here where ho is pre pared to do all kinds of dental work Dr C M Thompson accompanied Phil Delaney to tho hospital at Somerset InI order to have X Ray examination locate tho piece of steel that was lodged in Mr Dclaneys chest Mrs Edmund Murphy is somewhat Improved in health Mrs Wm Dye continues III Undo lien Gooch has about recovered from his late indisposition wo are glad to state Mr A L Wilder of Eubanks was hero last week looking for a good clerk Ho expects soon to build a new store house in his town Master Car roll Tidwell of near Atlanta is tho guest of his sister Mrs R H Smith Alonzo Rigney of tho C S was hero Friday Mr and Mrs Craig Butt and little daughter Ethel came up from Somerset Friday to visit relatives Miss Maudo Wright of Somerset waa the guest of friends here Little Miss Clara Linakin of Burgin is tho guest of her aunt Mrs Major Smith Dr B F Walter of Lancaster nnd Walter Milburn of Stanford are the guests of relatives hero Roscoe Gooch is clerk ing for Mr H II Padgett and is mak ing a very popular and efficient ono HUSTONVILLE Quite a number of our young men aro taking music lessons and they say they are delighted with tho work D II Skinner is at homo from Sto nega Va for n few weeks of much needed rest Mrs W R Williams is in Lexington with Mrs G B Wcarcn Tho races at tho rink Friday night wero enjoyable features of the evenings sport A potato race will bo the next feature and tho date will be announced later On account qf tho Baccalaureate ser mon at the Christian church there will bo no morning service at the Presbyterian or Baptist churches Rev S Lander will occupy tho Baptist pulpit next Sunday night subject The Leopards Spots Mrs J P Goodo has returned from n two weeks visit to Louisville with her daughters Misses Sallio and Joslo Goodo Tho many friends and rela tives of George Barnes Wearen will be glad to know that ho is recovering from n severe surgical operation performed in St Hospital week Em mctt McCormack is confined to his room with n severe hitch in his back There has never been a cuss of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to do velop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used constantly because it keeps tho whole sys tem in perfect order Do not bo im posed upon There are imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on the market ask your druggist for Whites genuine Diamond Brand If you cant eat three good square moals a day without indigestion your stomdch needs strengthening with MI- r na Fifty cents a box if It helps you nothing If it falls Go L Penny NEWS NOTES There were 65 suicides in Louisville during tho year ending May 1 An eightyear old Pennsylvania boy has been arrested for robbing a post officeJohn J Johnson n wellknown War county farmer tell from n wagon and broke his neck The steamer Naomi burned on Lake Michigan between Milwaukee and Grand and five lives were lost A fire at Ashland which destroyed property worth 10000 is believed to have been the work of an Incendiary- A merger of nil tho Kentucky subsid companies of tho Chesapeake nnd Ohio railway was announced at tho directors meeting of that road in Rich mond Va Tho special grand jury which has been considering Insurance matters New York returned seven indictments against President liegeman of the Jonas Laughlin Steel Co in Pitts burgThe Citizens League of Lexington has sued Mayor Combs tho Board of Education and other officials to recover 32800 alleged to be due tho public school fund which it is claimed has been diverted into other channels Claude Williams tho nineyearold son of J M Williams deputy sheriff of Powell county has had the remarkable experience it is stated of being struck squarely between the eyes by a bolt of lightning and surviving to tell the tale John J Rider aged about years a a wellknown farmer of Hardin county I was found dead in a pond on his farm is supposed that he was repairing a fence in the pond when ho fell off and was drowned Ho is survived by a will ow and eight children The Kentucky Court of Appeals hold that poolrooms nnd bucket shops where gambling in any form whatever is crrried on can be pro ceeded against as a common nuisance- and upon conviction tho nuisance maybe abated thereafter through Indictments by n grand jury The decision was announced in poolroom cases from Campbell county and a bucket shop case from McCracken county Contracts for building tho Kentucky Highlands railroad from Versailles to Frankfort a distance of 18 miles and to build four miles of track for the Lou isvillo and Atlantic from Hcidclburg up Sturgeon to the coal fields which arc to be developed by the Big Hill Coal Co have been awarded The comple tion of the Highlands railroad will give the Louisville and Atlantic and the Southern railway entrance into Frank fort CRAB ORCHARD The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet with Mrs Pauline Hays next Monday afternoon Tho Ladles Aid Society of tho Chris tian church will servo refreshments- near tho Baptist church Friday after noon and evening for the benefit of the church which is sadly in need of funds to pay off the debt Every ono cordial ly invited to coma and help a good causeTho graded school closes Friday night with oppropiato exercises at the Baptist church We arc glad to an nounce that our excellent music teacher Miss Fettro has decided to remain hero during the summer and instruct a class in music Those wishing to enter arc requested to do at once Miss Katie King Rube Bronaugh and Wallace Gayer attended tho closing exercises of tho Lancaster graded school Capt James A Carter and wife of Lebanon Junction spent a few days with relatives Tho little lady who has taken board with Judge Magee and wife has been named Elizabeth Katherine Mrs J W Guest is in Louisville Mr Sam Lyno was in Stanford a few days ago on business Dr M M Phil lips was called to London by the illness of his sister Mr and Mrs Willis have returned after a pleasant visit to the Conclave at Paris Dr Lewis of Stanford is drinking tho health giving waters of Crab Orchard Moro News from tho Now England States If any ono has any doubt as to the virtue of Foleys Kidney Cure they need only to refer to Mr Alvin H Stlmpson of Wllllamantic Conn who after almost losing hopo of re covery on account of tho failure of so many remedies finally tried Foleys Kidney Cure which ho says was just tho thing for him as four bottles cured him completely Ho Is now entirely well and free from aU tho uttering Incident to acute kidney trouble G L Penny a The adage which advises people who live in glass houses not to stones will have to be revived Tho glass that is now used in making houses is not breakable It looks like white mar ble and is used in the same way as that material t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Green P Porch died suddenly of heart trouble at Somerset John Stone a Russell county farmer was accidentally shot and killed by bird Lucy Cox a popular young woman of Grays Knox county suicided by taking morphine Striking miners at the Matthews Coal Companys operation near Barbourville have been indicted for retaining possession of company houses after being ordered to vacate The largest catch of the fishing sea son was made near Barbourvillo when Weber Vaughn caught a blue cat which measured three and onehalf feet in length and weighed 07 pounds The New Dominion Oil and Gas Co has struck oil in its No 1 well on the James Beaty farm in the eastern part of Clinton county Oil was struck at a depth of 1782 feet which is said to bo the deepest well whore oil has been found either in Clinton or Wayne coun tyThe Boyle County Law nndHOrder League was organized at Danville with G W Welsh president J M Wallace vice president W W John son secretary and W II Sallee treasurer The league will institute a campaign against blind tigers prin cipallyCounty Judge Shely at Lawrence burg has ruled he has no power to alter an order made at a former session of court fixing Juno 11 as the date for local option election in that city men asked him to the counItyened in the A matterIRoberts a lightning while standing in a barn dur ing a rainstorm It loft a black streak running from his shoulder down the entire length of his body to his foot and knocking off his shoe Four or five other men were standing near but Roberts was the only one hurt It is thought ho will recover from the shock One of tho oldest residents of the county and a woman beloved by all who knew her passed into tho great beyond last evening when Mrs Mary B Hopper died at her homo in Perryville after a short illness of pneumonia She was in her 72nd year and was born and reared in tho neighborhood in which she died She was the daughter of the late Wm Mitchell a pioneer of Boyle county who lived for many years and died in the West End and wife of Rev Jos Hopper ono of tho oldest Presbyterian ministers in the SouthAdvocateC- HURCH MATTERS The third quarterly meeting will be held at tho Methodist church next Sat urday and Sunday 24th and 25th Rev W S Grinstcad officiating Tho temperance question continues to be the chief topic of discussion among the 1000 commissioners of the Northern Presbyterian general assembly Rev Dr Charles S Gardner pastor of Gracestreet Baptist church Rich month Va has been elected professor of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville to succeed the Rev Dr Dargan who recently resigpcd to accept pastoral charge in tho South Evangelist Cates of Louisville has just concluded the greatest revival ever held in Virginia It was at Petersburg and the number of con verts was 1800 Sunday they lined up along tho streets when Mr Cates soy oral ministers and several hundred church members then passed the line and shook hands with eac convert while thousands of people cheered and shouted praises to God In view of the fact that tho next annual meeting of tho Louisville confer enco of the M E church South is to be held at Columbia in September this year the Methodist congregation there has taken on an enterprising spirit and are now making preparations to enlarge their church and arrange the interior of tho building in a more modern manner to accommodate the conference when it convenes in that city New pews wilt bo installed and a new organ purchased and when the Improvement are completed tho Methodists will have ono of the most upto late churches in Columb- iaThamberlains 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 hat It is tho one remedy that never falls When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take For sale by all druggists r Uncle Sams only woman diplomat Mrs Margaret A Hanna for a number of years Private Secretary to Assistant Secretary of State Adee will attend the peace conference at The Hague hs t a cnirros IIHAND Snappy ClothesGriffon Brand all wool Guaranteed Clothes are lead orB Try ours and be convi- ncedSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY U A good Second = Hand McCormick Binder and Draw Cut Champion Mower for Sale at a BargainW HIGGINSSta- nford Kentucky Cbe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky ISurplusS H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JW ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Oiruley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Poster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W O Walker Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W II Traylor Gilberts Creek II L Hubble Lancaster W II Cummins Prcachersville IJG KyhATTENTION I Now is the time to get YOU a new buggy Call in and examine my stock before they are picked over Also have a full line of Harness 174T E PENCE s Something To Tickle The Women Folks A Stove with tho largest oven that you over sasv and some other extra goo features conibinoiljvvith firstclass rango throughout makes this Stove hart to beat If you are in need of a Cook Stove do not fail to eee me before you buy All kinds Pumps from sum up toj 8150 H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky IS Tinner and Plumber The Interior Journal E C WALTON r J T ROBERTS Is n candidate for In the Crab Orebnnt lrlctluhJect 10 the etlon of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER- Ii a candidate fur Jailer of county subject to the action ot the Democratic party IMBRUCE Ii candidate for Jnller of Lincoln rount subject to the action of the Democratic pnrt JAMES C HAYS countlubJct0 party J D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Aimottar of Lincoln ccTun ty nubject to the action of tho Democratic party TilE court of appeals decision in fa vor of the Fuslonists in Louisville leaves that city without an officer The court declares that the election of No vember 1903 when the mayor and councilmen were elected was no elec tion at all and says that Gov Bcckham must fill the vacancies This will give the governor additional power and we hope and believe he will fill the offices with the very best of men to be found in the Falls City The better the men appointed the better it will bo for the governorjaa well as the democratic par ty TilE Christian County Executive Committee of Planters Detective As sociation has just condemned strong est language the lawlessness which is being so generally committed in the name of the organization and called upon every member to aid as far as possible the attempts now being made to arrest and bring to justice the guilty parties This is the only step for the association to take if it wishes to retain public favor Lawlessness must be frowned upon and punished TUB South seems to have caught the disarmament fever prevailing at The Hague Texas is trying to dis courage the sale of pistols by fining the dealer half the price of them Arkansas has enected a law imposing a penalty of not less than 500 or more than 1000 for drawing a weapon and the new Police Commissioner of St Joseph Mo has offered rewards of 200 to the policemen who make the most arrests and secure the most con victions of guntoters TilE Democratic searchers have unearthed a new presidential possibility in William Alexander Harris of Lynn wood Kan He is regarded as a strong and able man and is expected to figure in the race for the nomination if Mr Bryan declines to run TilE preacher who married Millionaire Corey and the chorus girl has apologiz ed to his church and to prove his sin cerity has returned the wedding fee Thats a pretty good sign he is sorry as the fee was unusually large MOTHER STEWART the founder of the W C T U is still living and hasI just celebrated her 91st birthday She is the first woman known to have held Federal office General Jackson having appointed her postmistress POLITICAL James A Fraier present Represen tative of Shelby county is dead Mayor Busse of Chicago has declar ed himself opposed to the enforcement of the Sunday closing law There were 34879 bills and joint reso lutiops introduced in the late Congress and of these 6940 became laws An association formed for the pur poseof organizing the Negro voters of the country has filed articles of incor poration at Washington Speaker Cannon has arrived in Wash ington with his presidential boom and seems to be gaining strength with the stand pat clement of the Republicans On the 19th ballot McD Ferguson r the present Railroad Commissioner was nominated for reelection by the First district Democratic convention at Hen derson The New York Senate has passed the Bocalled Public Utilities Bill by a vote of 41 to 6 after the defeat of several amendments proposed by Democratic Senators A review of the situation in the Re publican rank in the socalled doubt ful States tends to show that the Ad ministrations efforts to dictate the Ijnextpresidential candidate is not meet the enthusiastic indorsement IjoThesix sitting Judges of the Court r of Appeals have voted four to two to reverse the decision of Judges Kirby r and Miller of the Jefferson Circuit Court in the contest of the Fusionista to oust the Democratic officeholders of city of Louisvllle and Jefferson nty who were declared to have been ted in the election of 1905 The asideIectlonIfcer and Settle es voting Jirm the decision of Judges Miller Kirby are Hobson and Nunn The dissenting Judges Hobson and Mi will not hand down a dissenting lion Therefore on its face the ision of the Appellate Court will ar to have been unammously- nereas the vote was four to two i t 11 Additional Local HoNoit ROLL of the Stanford Graded SchoolGrade lITHden Cooper Virgil Moore Raymond McBee Jonn Reid McKinney William Rcinhart Clarence Singleton Claiborne Walton Tilden Walls Eliza both Coffey Minnie Hardin Rachel Hill Nancy K McKinney Annie Rog ers Powell Jessie Leo Phillips Sadie Walls Grade 2 Morris Bruce Alone Boone Clinton Coleman Clarence Cooper Helen Cox Joe T Embry Houston Gentry Robert Hester Nellie Wilson Hill Katie Land Lottie Walker Mc Kinney Lewis Omer Ethel Powell Martha Raney Hartwcll Shanks Joe II Warner Ella Rigncy Grade 3 Elizabeth Holtzclaw Fran cis Brackett Bessie Brackett Bessie Moore Polly Land Elizabeth Hunn Elizabeth Stagg Tillie Goldstein Isa jcl Reynolds Ruth Hardin Loraine Totten Bessie Pendleton Effio Walls Ebbie Coffey Eva Rankin Grover Hester Sam Embry William Carson James Tribble Grade 4 Ethel Brackett Josephine Carpenter Mary S Qook Annie Gray Docia Hardin Anna D McRoberts Mary M Rancy Verner Rout Mamie Singleton Bessie Wilkinson Fred Brackettiloo Me Nowland William B OBannon Jr James Owsley Lindsay Rankin Hobart White Mary Anna BooneGrade 5 Annie Butt Catherine Gen try Mary Gray Lena Traylor Hettie Walls Grace Young Mapnie Mobloy Howard Newland Dan Brackett Grade 6 Katherine Kennedy Virgin ia Mahony Elizabeth McKinney Eliza McBcc Lucy Lee Walton Preston Cooper Arnold Foreman Albert Holtzclaw Harry Reinhart Harris Hardin Oakley Holtclaw Grade 7 Morrison Bright Harris COle- man Will McCarty John M Hail Waters Lyles Cooper Lorrain Campbell Margaret Coffey Annie L Gentry Elizabeth Estcs Maggie Stagg Willie Moore Maud Stone Maranda White Grades Sallio Burdcttc Alfred Kai ser Frehsman Class Thos Bright Gra dy Tucker Sophomore Class Berta Jean Penny Junior Class John Downer t Senior Class Robert Waters George Hopper MATRIMONIAL Oscar Bcedlove aged 16 and Miss Annie Wright 15 were man led Wed nesday John A McBeath of Humble Texas and Miss Julia Eads the pretty daugh ter of Mr James H Ends were joined heart and hand hero yesterday Mr and Mrs Thomas D Newland announce the engagement of their daughter Nancy to Rev Lloyd C Kel ly of Louisville The wedding will bo June 19 Miss Newland is one of Stan fords most elegant young women and is loved by all who know her Mr Kelly is a prominent young Baptist preach er and for some time has been associated with the Kentucky Issue Mrs Julia Peyton Chase of this place and Mr A C Martin of Charleston Were married in the parlors of the Willanl Hotel in Louis ville Wednesday by Rev L M Omer of Stanford Mrs T P Hill sister of the bride was one of the witnesses to the ceremony which was short but im pressive The two had been sweet hearts for some time and Mr Martin has made several visits hero to see Mrs Chase The bride is a handsome brunette with a legion of friends hero and elsewhere Mr Martin is a prominent business man of his town They left at once for Charleston to reside BALLOUBECK In the parlors of the First Presbyterian church at Knoxville on the afternoon of Tuesday 21st at 630 occurred one of the swcllcst and most impressive weddings when Miss Winifred Annette Beck and Dr Justin Guy Ballou were united in the holy bonds of wedlock There were no attendants as the wedding was very quiet and informal the beautiful ring cere mony being performed by the pastor Rev Dunbar Ogden T the presence of a few of the dearest friends and rela tives of tho contracting parties Prompt ly at the appointed hour the handsome couple entered The bride daintily dressed in pure white never looked more beautiful than when she entered leaning on the arm of tho man of her choice carrying a gorgeous bouquet of white roses and carnations The groom was attired in the regulation black and white The happy pair after being showered with congratulations and good wishes left for Asheville N C and other Southern points The bride is the pretty and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs William Beck of this place and the groom is the youngest son of Eld and Mrs Joseph Ballou al so of Stanford Ho is a rising young physician and is doing nicely in his adopted homo at Gray town 0 A FRIEND FARMERS before buying cultivator you should see the Pivot Axle Brown Manly This is the only riding cultiva tor that works perfectly on hilly land as well as level It is easily operated Call and see them I have plows of all kinds E T Pence plantsfor t IJudge James Hargis was acquitted of tho charge of murder ing Marshal James Cockrlll Cockrill it will bo remembered was shot at Jackson and died at Lexington where he was brought for medical attention The general nssemply of the Northern Presbyterian Church has adopted reso lutions indorsing the AntiSaloon League as a safe sane and effective organization in the work of temper ance The cotton planters of Texas are con fronted with a strike among the Negro farm laborers who are quitting work in various localities Disturbed the Congregation Tho person who disturbed tho con gregation last Sunday by continually coughing is requested to buy a bottle of Foloys Honey and Tar O L Penny NOTICE I Asntlmlnlftrntorof Irs K II Ilulhihi I notify those having claims ttpnliint her toll to prevent them properly verified to me nt once Those owliiK the oatntv will pirate settle at earliest opportunity K K Kiillee administrator Ir K Hllnforli Ky J W ACEY Livory Food and Salo Stables lrllnu rigs 1t nnionable rnlls Eery rig new ami tioree frifh- W Ir ot Auipli Hotel Wtnnford Ky 1hono 1781 STOP LADIES I Ladies stop wearing your backs out on wash days stop wearing your clothes out by rubbing them and use Diflcas Liquid Soap which is guaranteed to knock out 7s per cent of the labor of washing and cause the clothes to last 2o per Cent looser A sample of two Rations deliver ed free at your door Vjll call to see you J F CASH 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Kates be fore Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Ilepre tented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY r GREASED PIG AT Danville Skating Rink Tuesday May Z8 the i Oil next Tuesday May 28tli there will be a race for a greiiKxl pig nt the Danville Skating JUnk The ono capturing the pig will be entitled to him uud he will bo a good one This feature will certainly not be OX THE HOG Knee begins nt 830 P M Adtni iio11 lUc Skuting 20c Good floor and music 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 any medi cine bo used that contains a narcotic It is well for mothers to remember that there is no better gentler or more effective remedy for childrens stomach and bowel troubles than Dr Caldwelln Syrup Pepsin Its purity and mildness make it especially adapted to young peoples use It works gently but sure manytonicsysternevery way Amone the thousands who are mine Dr of1laytlolher baby regularly and that ihe would not be longtlnIeMothers will find this an Invaluable remedy dYlpepllaliver ondboweland by Its use a homo cure at very llttlo cot Is easily brought about Children art often troubled with skin dis eases aro backward In school lose weight and do not caro to eat or play when aH that Is really thatDryourdruirKlst today and buy a bottlo and see how quickly the clflld gets well again nefncent bottle has often restored an entire family CDCC TCCT Those wlshlftlto try DrCaW tillVInliddreulng the company TNl offer Is to prove thai the thowhoGenJeltyetTHEPUSLIOII DR IALOWELlS SYRUP PEPSIN Thil llatl purjlr trlW3nlee No17 Washington D HI HI II4i Take Our Standard Ramidy Fort- 4clatlcnItheumntlsm Inflammatory Hhou inatlstn lIlt llheum Indigestion Oonstl IUUOII Khllle Trouhle or IIIIY dhII IRrlllnG trolll hloOlI llellll1II11lr If taken ucconllni to dlctlulIIIUlII ho or ahe Is not benollted b tho III of the 1IIl1 1e will refund your money Hont tl IInll to nily liuurrit im rllclpt or II IlRckoltl contains dOlls with n reirUteretl guimili too Korsnloby Ilcuben William Agent McKinney Ky rBlue Grass Farm for Salel aI wish to sell farm 8H miles Writ nf Huatoiivlllc mile from pike nml Carpen ters rttatlon consisting 0 acres of rich blue urn lieinii or lolincco liinil nil In rlllIl This farm can be equally Ulvldetl to advantage so us to have n l lwvlllnii on enclr nUo necessary outbuildings The tllfllllllSlllmollt Irrna tiiire UllltOliO nnlllt In IInol Ih re thr xl 111110 Uini S tables to mi nt hou e good water In every Held MX springs jvlthl streams runuliiK through tractJ HTKKtU OAHlKNTKIt Hustonitlle Ky BLACK HAWK Coining yettr ol l heavy l one Marie with white polntN IM hit lid high will 111811111110 for Ink colts IliUM for jennet colts mnrosnt 110 to 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elltltlel hlgl1 NtYI1nctlon IIUullUOII ot breeder by WO II Hflulrrol Hlulrrrl fJi lit dUIII olll JIIIb JUllck VIIIIletprM Klnll J1I rlIC No3tIJ h deror1 HI1r KIIIII ho by Oil OllhlI111- Ioxlllllton HlollowlllI JnrIOIl lId dlllll by 1 Ii ootl lulrf1I III hy ttlltu tncl dllOl dlllll ugl Hlllr tlllllo 01 JllbIM- UIoxlllRtoll JIlrd hy Y 11m till III h ll11ml1 lien I belllg th 1411 or- Ollhl JXIIlIlIOIlI llIullu V II t lIlldlllll tho ItnlIt- Ihow 40 Dy lIIoreI11 lfilan It VllnIN1r WIIX Hlly to th reolIIlrt blltt brother IOXlllRtOll HIulrr41 26 IrolNl- hi hnll 1Ihll tll I tlon tholltKlIIII1Ck UIH coltH IIr nnd- w11 t torllld h IIIIJlr hS hll Ito 11hhh cllrrln hllllt to 0 fllIlIrklible dn- ItrIJI UnMIrK will do wl1I to look thl- hur over not 1nlcu l6 roru llOoklllK their III rol elsewhure DANDY JIM Jnck block with white The Krent Jennet lnns hiGh lUll brothuf IlOlntH to Hubblo Worlds fllir wlllller PRINCE WOOD while Ilolntl III hnlllll thrtn- yeuuoIII Jook el hl I pouncJs Iy bluck or the ck wllUevo b mrerTn 11010 INHUnt LIVJNU JOLT arcs forfeits Insurance not ro TrudlDl l ot lponllbl for 8cclllentlO nrnn grue oo JI month W U UDDEnAR Itowlond Kr i XTRAGOOD l IlWhat is nearer and dearer to a Mother BoyInin I his clothes We feel we are better prepared this season than ever in our lives to fit and please these little ones in Knee Pants 5O 75c and 125 plain and Knickbocker I buttons wash pants 25 and 50c KnickerIbocker style wash suits 125150 and 2 Our line of woolen suits are ideal indeed beautiful Greys and Blues sizes 3 to 17 years with short pants in prices 250 to 750 Mothers come and see them if you do not purchase it will be a pleasure to us to show you H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY BRIGHTEN UP I Good Paint is not an ex pense but a paying invest ment There is no better Paint than S W P and few as good Come in and talk it over PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO 1 LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists Wo nra iigunts for popular pharmaceutical preparations of John WycthAirp inrke DuvliA Co VolKlit AOo Also kelp In stock other wullknown brands used In pro scriptions If you cant call remember wo have lioth phonos Hell nnd liactln Paint four House I Dont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here and it certainly would add greatly to its appearance We have the best ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD DRUG CO Wash Waists eenae To hd lOry to this tamo of Suit JJargaiiw we will offer fifty pretty Wash Wniits that eolilu SlSS for only 89 Cents IAlhltch JOJL STANFORD KY MAY 24 190 = wrSuNSiliNE Finish will make old furniture look like new Pennys Drug Store rPERSONALS Mu GEO D SAUF1 y Is In Frank fortl Mm MAGCII HUFFMAN Is with Dan vlllo rclatlros W Q SCOTT of Paris is at homo for dow days MR W MASON MORRIS If hero from MuikoKCo I T Dn It L DAVISON spent sovernl days in Louisville MRS W II SHANKS is with her par onts at Richmond MR K C SAUFUIY of iSomcrsot was Jicr Tuesday Miss UKSSIK GOGGIN of Somerset III with Miss Amanda Gou in MR ARTIIUU L CARTBII Is up from Loultvlllo with the homcfolks MRS II IlRiairr HAYS has ret urned from a visit to Danvlllo relatives Mns W S BUCIN of Atlanta Is with her sister Mrs It C Warren Miss JEWELL SPOONAMORE of hut r ble is tho guest of Miss Hazel Stone Miss Aurt SPKATT of tho Wet End visited friends in tho Goshen sec than COL Joss W BROWN of Mu Vcr non was here Tuesday on legal bus nessMiss SALLU COOK will arrive froir Nashville Saturday to visit her Mister here MH AND MRS W P PRKWITT of Kirksville were guests of Miss Lens I Palmer MIBB ERUA CARTER returned yesterday from Midway where she has beer in collegeI Miss NANCY YEAGER arrived Tues day from New Orleans whcrp she hoi been in college MR1 JotiNll COLUER of Louisville I Is with her parents Mr and Mrs James I White MR ALFRED Lewis of Covington is with the family of his grandfather Dr T M Lewis DR J B OWSIEY and Miss Nancy Vandovcer are both Improving we- are glad to state J H TUCKER and T D IlMESDAMES tho Missionary Conven lion at Richmond Mu W B Moss of Lancaster wot hero Wednesday returning from a bush s ness trip to Louisville MRS ANNA D VANAnSDALE is up from Harrodsburg with her daughter Mrs II J McHobcrts MISSES SADIE AND BESSIB BAUGIN MAN of tho West End were with friends here yesterday Miii J S RICE is in Louisville attend ing a meeting of the agents and ac countants of tho L N MRS NANCY LOGAN has returned from Chicago tier daughter Mrs Fannie Todd returned with her MISSES MARGARET AND AVARILLA LIVINGSTON of Crab Orchard and Miss Sallio Smith are visiting at Mt David Scotts i MR JOHN SMITH and family returned yesterday from Oklahoma thoroughly convinced that Lincoln county is tho placo to live NEWS comes from Lexington that Mrs W P Walton formerly of this place was operated on for appendicitis itrWednaiday and was doing as nicely us f at last account MR HARRY IL COLLIER formerly off Crab Orchard but now a resident of Louisville has recently undergone ant operation for strangulated hernia Ho was doing well when his father Mr J t n Collier of Crab Orchard heard him Yesterday LOCALS 890 for a 125 waist at Severance Sons DONT looms at the suits at half price at Severance Sons JUST received a carload of American Woven Wire Fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard MR M0 VANpBVEEit has sold to Mr L Ar Fariss Ills stock of goods on East Main Street and will retire from l business Wfe have completour new front to our ston sad now will bo glad to ace our old friends and as many hew ones all possible Wo have all the latest styles Inaup tadate clothing shoes Give ua a call Sam TEN per cent off for cash at L M HucyCos WANTED Teacher In Stanford Graded School Salary 35 FOR German millet and cane seed call on T D Nowlarid NICE line of new rugs carpets nmt Crexs porch rugs Trihblo Pence Tim Warren Grigsby Chapter U D C will meet with Mrs J C flays nt 280 Titwwlny nt moon next Fon SALnSlxdrnwerNaUonICalh- Hegleter Good as new Will sell at a bargain J L Waddle Somerset MR W T STONE has rental the house in front of J H Baughman Cos mill and will open a general reI pair shop Juno 1 A SMALL stock of goods for sale nnd new stord house for runt or sale Hoii 20 by 54 foot Apply to A A Surber Shelby City Ky Fort SALE OR Ravr Or J K VanArsdalo property on Cut Oil street For particulars call on or address L It Hughes Stanford I WILL be in tho Goshen district thl week and nod to collect school tansI to build a cistern Penalty after Jun 6 M Speed Peylon treasurer Till ladies of the Christian church of McKinney will give a strawberry supper in the bank building on Monday evening next Go and help them DECORATION day services be held at Olive church near Waynesburgncx Sunday Rev II R Noel the pastor informs us The services will last nil day Iris believed by some that the Negro Robert hooker who killed Nowtoi Veal in Fayette county Is In tho cavi on Dix river some five miles from thi place and tho entrance is being watch ed Till Waynesburg Doposit Bank of Lincoln county with 16000 capital stock has been incorporated The in- corporators are James Frye of Lexington and C C and L G Gooch of Wayncsburg I WILL move my barber shop an laundry business to tho Myers Housi block June 1 and will bo better prepared than ever to serve my customers Thanking my friends for their patron ago in the past and soliciting a continuance of same I am respectfully E Wilkinson OLD LANTERN John Moscr of the Gilberts Creek section showed us a lantern yesterday that supposed Lobe 160 years or more old It Is an old fashioned candle lantern and it is the property of Mr Joel Hubble of the Wayncsburg section Mr Hubble Is 85 yens old and ho says it was giver him by his parents who used It nearly a half hundred years Toe commencement exercises of tho Crab Orchard Graded School will occur at tho Baptist church at Crab Orchard commencing at 8 oclock this Friday evening An interesting program has been arranged for the occasion It cludes vocal and instrumental music an oratorical contest for tho Dr Phillips medal recitations etc Go and spend i Couple of hours pleasantly and profit ably ALL are cordially invited to attend tho commencement exercises of Stan ford College The dates are as follows Jaccalaureato sermon delivered by lev J L Yandle In tho Presbyterian ihurch Sunday morning June 2 Music recital in College Chapel Wednesday Juno 6 at 8 r M Commencement exercises Thursday Juno 7 1030 A M in the Christian church address by Mr W II Shanks 0 B Follis resident Turn Married Peoples Social Club had a delightful meeting with Mr and Mrs J S Rico Tuesday evening Nearly all of tho members were present and nil were made to feel that it was good to be in that hospitable homo Tho dec raitons were very beautiful the colors of pink and white being carried out In every detail fhe refreshments wero In courses and were exceedingly toothsome and elegantly served Nations wns the game of tho evening and Mrs ogan R Hughes won the ladys prize In It Mr T A Rico was fortunate Tough to secure the gentlemans prize It was late when the visitors left the happy homo and they did so then with rent reluctance A Great Opportunity Is our InsUliig CUTon LADIES READYMADE DRESSES This w positively the boat thing ever offered to Lincoln jOounty and Stanford Citi zens Tlio very ilCfltSpriug Styles and Materials to bo had right nt tho be ginning of tho fioason at HALF PRICE A Backward season is the causa of this big CUT II SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKYII Robint Foi SALE Jersey cow with elllfI John Christman Stanford GERMAN millet seed nt wholesale nnd retail J H Baughman Co ACQUAINT yourself with the ologanc and comfort of a Hnnnn shoe Spring sty Just received Cummins Mi Clary NIT Tuesday night at the Danvill Skating Rink there will be a race jor a greased pig The pig will bo release upon the rink at 830 iv M uniT theono capturjng it will be entitled to It It will be lots of fun Sea the ad In this Issue MY li year old Bon Sherman Stout dirk complexipncd well grown for hi age left my homo some days ago lie wore a blackcoat and No Tahoe Stut tens just a little and parts his hair In the middle Information loading 16 his whereabouts liberally paid for W M Stout Hyattsvllle Ky TUB rink of Tuesday evening was ono of the most enjoyable of theserie There were just enough skaters to gil everybody room and all had a time Tonight bids fair to bo a record breaker in point of atttcndance man of the beginners having ligmflei their intention of skating in public for tho first time Doors will be open at 730V M ONE of tho many pleasing features of commencement week of the Stanford Graded and High School is the reo offal given each year by Miss Ellen Ballous music class and that at Wai tons Opera House Wednesday evening was probably the most enjoyable of the several that have been given A good crowd was present and each of the many good features of the evening wai cheered to tho echo The first number on the program was a Fairy Drill by the tots of the Frst Grade Miss Annie McKinney teacher The little things did splendidly and their teacher had every right to fuel proud of them Next followed a piano number by little Nancy Catherine McKinney and Lewi Omerand Clinton Coleman which wns excellently rendered Miss Ballou Ue accomplished music teacher favorec her hearers with a Plano selection which brought forth continued applause The South and her Problem was the subject of George Dunlap Hoppers declamation and his rendition of It wa exceedingly good Ho is a graceful easy speaker and llids fair to be nn prator Miss Lissa Holtzclaw and Thomas Coleman gave the piano selec Lion Le Carillon as only skilled pianist can The next on the program was a drill by Miss Lena Palmers second grade pupils which was amusing and good Miss Lucy Lee Walton rendered Dreaming and Awakening in a very acceptable manner Stanfords little whistling wonder Miss Bcrta Jean Pen ny gave the whistling solo Fl Fi and so pleased her hearers that sho was forced to gIve another selection Mis Kate Ncwland who always plays well rave a delightful piano selection Join Downers declamation Toussalnt L Ouverturc was ono of tho many good things of tho evening Ho did so wel that tho judges decided that he should represent the school at the tournament it Springfield Mr Hopper was the other contestant for the honor Oul on the Deep was Prof J W Irelands lasssolo and of course ho sang it well The applause was so great that he ame forward again and gave another umber quite as well Misses Claudia Eaton Ollie Crow Vanhook and Frances Cooper were highly complimented on of Nuptial March from a Midsummer Nights Dream by Mendelssohn It Is a difficult piece but the young ladies wero fully equal to the iccaslon Tho enjoyable program con eluded with Uncle Sams Drill by the boys of the Sixth Grade Miss Lucy eterson teacher Tho youngsters aCt quitted themselves with much credit THE commencement exercises of tho Stanford Graded and High School at iValtons Opera House Wednesday morning were the most enjoyable and interesting In the history of that splendid institution of learning The curtain raised on the graduates Misses Mary Ulison Bprch Claudia Eaton Martha Virginia McClary and Messrs Robert larding Waters Georgo Dunlap Ho- pI Jr hays Foster and Beverly El- Rout Superintendent J W Ireland tho trustees of the school Messrs J D Eads George L Penny H J Mc lobcrts T D Raney and Dr W B Bannan Revs Vaughan of the Meth odist church and Yandle of the Pre8 by terian church and Dr F W Hinit president of Central University Dan vllle The stage was beautifully dec rated with potted plants evergreens and bunting and the scene presents was both beautiful and inspiring Rev Yandle avkod the blessings of the DI- vine on the occasion after which Ms Kate Nowland gave A Song of Tri umph on the piano in n highly creditable manner Dr Hlnltts address to the graduates was a magnificent one full of good common sense and it fui nlshed much food for thought lie j an exceedingly pleasing speaker and rapt attention was given his every word Prof Ireland and the trustees are deserving of the congratulations of our people for bringing so distinguished a gentleman to our midst for so good a cause The vocal solo of Miss Kathci he Cochran of Caldwell College Dan vllle was charming that she was compelled to respond a second time Sho has fin unusually sweet voice and remarkable control of It Dr W B OBannons statement as to what WII8 being done at the school and its condi then financially and otherwise was well received and enjoyed by the patrons and friends of the institution It Was a most complete resume of theses sion just ended Prof Ireland after a brief address in which he gave the graduates some splendid advice delivered to them the diplomas for which they had worked so hard He admon ished them to keep up the good work they begun in school and to do nothing that would bring discredit on them their teachers their parents or their alma mater Misses Kate Newland nnd Bessie Yantis favored tho audience with a selection which showed skill and careful training Dr Vaughan then dismissed the audience with Ilis benediction thus ending the most sue ccssful term the Stanford Graded and High School has ever had It is rrat ifyinir to know that Prof Ireland and most of his excellent of teachen will remain with us another year Miss Lucy Peterson who has made friends of both pupil and parents and all others who have learned to her well will we are sorry to say teach at Cyn thiana next year she having acceptec a flattering oiler there Prof Kcsnci will also elsewhere his man friends here will be sorry to learn Prof J C Cheek of Fulton a graduate of Central University will succeed Mr Kesner Miss Petersons successor has not yet been elected Additional Local on Second Page ATTENTION HOUSE OWNERS I a most mmlrru 1IIlm1 wideIromure thnt wont breed Tho Iinpregnnto sure remedy for barren mares A T TR ATLoit Box Glllwrt Creek IlvaMitil Hill Ureedlng rnrm CHESTNUT POLES WANTED Wo buy nil lengths from OOftt tupnm nl Ices bans r Inches Rt fop F O U car Any tuition on railroad W rite for partlcu lurt to iltKKNIlIUEll POLK 00- LexIngton Ky u D J SMITHCI- LBERTSCREEK KY The Quick Bales and Hmnll 1rotltlHtoro You are Invited to como In and soe nq complete stock of new Ruunuor goodn Hoinuthlng for tho hot weather season Lot newurnniui Wnreut received Heolt Kul stock of groceries of nil kinds Poultry Raising Pays Knrmerii nre coining to renllzo that noul ryrnUIng Is one of the bet paying lines li hIs business HtntUtlCH show that eggs lone him more money than the out put of either corn or wheat Now Is the tlntu of tho year to feed your fowls a good tonic emember that only healthy hum fII II cures Iloup Cholera nnpot and Llm xrncck makes them lay tilvo each sick chIcken 3 to drops Sor 8 tlme a iroventlvu give each chicken Loasops In tllo feett once a dux 1rlcuCOo Uuarnnteed iy your druggist HTANKO1U DHUO OO RIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Cartsuro Frames Sliades Lrfce Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge or- tho Undertaking Department TRIBBLE O PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 s l ev Suits t This great offering includes Black Tan Navy and Grey Panama and Fancy Mixtures Iii Pony styles Eatoiis and Hip Jackets Those who y conio first have largest Ilsiortinentto select from Just divide it by two and you got a 81500 Suit for 750 11+ H+++ ++ i +f++44+++++ M+UUIIIIIU+ t i Long Silk Gloves I t We now have a full supply of LongtSilk Gloves Ipairiand 175 per pair Long White Silk Gloves at 1 pair Long Silk Gloves are very scarce and when these are gone the possi t bility of getting any more is very slight so supply yourself now with long Gloves for the Summer i L M HUEY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY t4 uuct i fountain Shirts t i Correct Styles Correct Fitters rfS Correct Prices a W E Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky 1 Screen Doors Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting h I Garden Tools Garden Seeds Plow Gear c at Bottom Prices at Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY EGGS FOR SALE I H 0 B leghorn egg U tor setting of IT or throo settings or i MBS noBisRr I BER Uu tonvllleKy J J L N TimE TABLE No 2J Month 1181 PM No xi Mouth lzao P No U Nortb fl33 A it No rr North 2iT rx JOS S RICE Agent u4 L yThe Interior Journal Xntertd in Ihe PottOffice al Stanford at ddMI mattno TUBuanau TUESDAYS AND FHIDATB AT 100 PER YEAR CAS 1sWhen not so pxtd U00 will be charged A Nice Home for Sale I J desire toll my liouao and lot In Orab nloudOrchard 0 rooms one acre of Mra nnd nil aecersury uutbuJldIIlRR nd In Ihnpe A lot of oxcolluut fruit Voll 01l1l8ck porch J BTKFxiiKnoiXCrn Orchard f NOTICEAny one needing n Union Jack nnd Wire a Stretcher cnn leave their order with T II iho x 1Ihewniwonebortryou Rt toItnfonl Ito lira ono Ordlr and will i T IUNBFOlt- TIB D CARTERf Now Livery Dopot Street Phone 96 z STANFORD KENTUCKY r AiWORD TO YOU I You nro Invited to look At the Now White flood HRmburg aces tc Also now Uno Mohllr In flack Blua DrownOrA all 4t1nch wide plendtd vnlue ptr ahtckonn toyard ThOO having Eggs and sell I will glva tickets to tlleul on Ihls range Urlng them In before they go down O B II AHIUSOrnb Orchard Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building INSURA NC Tire Lightning Llfe and the BTHOSOKST Rod Jt1G8T0ompenleeltepreaentedLowuetPos- Rate Ounran stflUnequalluU Talk with IXAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8i DIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CA PLEASE YOU Why buyrendymadaclotldngwhenthor Sao little difference In sade to your mensure taken bgtanespuriunced tailor I have n haadsomo line Hummer goods I an make tram n low price business suit to tbe finest dress suit Overcoats Trouser and Fancy Vets The company I rep t yesent Is second to none HO UUlLKV The Tailori Htnnford Ky JflMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DXALEB UT Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement oaths Build tiers Hardware Paints Oils Etc I x aanuf acture concrete blocks for build fag purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOBD KY Special Attention Given rommerclnl Men HlK nt Keiisonuble Hiitot Stock Pone In Connection Also ngents for nil kinds of Hnrvestlng Machinery Gasoline nnd Hleum Kngliies Threshing Machinery and Haw Mill It will pay you to sec us before buy Also commission salesmen for nil secondband machinery s ee 1t eaTg Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harnes96addlery LIIiNo STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 187 Uome Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm on Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They IriUtUcliango Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Am a Call Prices Right 4TANFORU KENTUCKY- I i i FARMERS DEPARTMENT Sam G Castello lost 5O odd hogs from cholera A J Gooch sold to T W Jones 21 196pound hogs nt GJc Scott Bros sold to Brown and Lawson n bunch of 200pound hogs at Cc recentlyNRecleaned German millet seed G5c per bushel W II Murphy Stanford Ky Jones Baughmnn of Moreland has a second handed threshing machine for elsale I have licensed my Tolled Angus bull Tom Kendrick and will stand him at Sl60 cash and no grumbling Joseph Ballou Stanford Chas Oats of Monticello purchased a fine horse from T B Bright lIe paid In the neighborhood of 1000 for tho animal Danville News Resolutions strongly denouncing work of night riders and calling upon all friends of tho planters in tin fight on the trust to help put an end to violence were adopted at a meeting of tho dark tobacco growers organization of Chris tian county at Hopkinsvlllo Two now high records for the crop were established in Chicago Tuesday when September wheat went to 101 and December to 104g July closed over a dollar also thus setting n record mark for the season Bad climatic conditions caused the upturn Tho poultry business in Boyle county is becoming an enormons thing R IL West the local buyer paid out 14000 last month to the farmers of Boyle county for eggs and poultry and his average purchases since last January have been 12000 per month Boyle County Herald Bud Dunn has purchased from Eugene Todd a twoyearold chestnut filly by Rex Pervine and a half sister to Bottle D the show mare The filly has been christened Minnie C and will be rid den on the circuit this summer by Master Chas Dunn who has a reputation noneSuperman the three year old colt James R Keenes stable won the Brooklyn Handicap on a track fetlock deep in mud Superman covered the distance of one mile and a quarter in- was209 beating Beacon Light who second by a length C E lurneH8 moneyNran indifferpnt races With neither pride of ancestry not hope of posterity and with a pedigree shorter than his car the humble mule ascends up the ladder of financial glory ahead of his proudstepping halfbrothei the horse and that too despite tin fanciful and fictitious valuations of thoroughbreds and trotters According to the government bureau of statistics the average value of the America horse is 9361 while the average mulE calls for 112 An enthusiastic meeting of tobacc growers was held at the courthouse nl Nicholasville Senator Byron of Brack en county and Clarence Leous presi dent of the Burley tobacco growers addressed the meeting A warehouse company will be incorporated at once as more than enough shares have bets sold and officers will be elected next Saturday Two hundred acres were signed to the society at once making in all 700 acres in the county that have been pledged to the society Good Words For Chamberlains Cough Remedy People everywhere take pleasure In testifying to tho 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 ynars old has been taking this remedy whecovor she had a cold since she was two months old About a month ago I contracted a dreadful cold myself but I took Chamberlains Cough Remedy and was soon as well as ever This remedy Is for salo all q druggists J W Newman of Versailles has bought on tho recent rise in wheat 6000 bushels from R A Dodd 2000 bushels from W H Wilson 2000 bushels from ONeal Bros 1200 bushels from George Montgomery 1200 bushels from McFall Bros and several thousand bushels in Jessamine county He paid the top price of tho year for some of this 92J cents per bushel 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 Salve 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 thin salvo with best results For sale by all druggists T Nine heirs attending the sale of effects of the late John Smith at Franklin became ill of ptomaine poisoning after eating canned salmon One is in a serious condition For stomach troubles biliousness and constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Many remarkable cures have been effected by them Price 25 cents Samples free Fur by all druggists fr WANTED I To Undo n fresh stock of lenernl Mor ohnndlno in 8omorsot lor it umli furni lxi ration la control In fart only twodoori front the court nlrIRlI estab lished tddressiioxMt4t4onw- reotkyCommissioners Sale htaJJiJa Lincoln Circuit Court PlallttatnlIurauant to n Judgment of file Miicoin circuit court undersigned Mutter II1I1CtlOll1thl IOXIIAYJlNo1011Of Stantoilomuchloco may be nccesaary to realize thu sum underthueltatutheRUlehrtetheEatllungluglForkland lived for ninny years prior to hili dtuth The sold fiirni Is bounded us follows lie liaulhtgorkroad thence up tilt rond wlLh tho line of J plitil1totidundthecorner of the land Ir O Hohlncon de ceased thence with the lino of the T U Inndknownthe loud of JT Ilncklev ittIinctothellnmiginaFork Fork to tlio lands of J lUuley thence tilt Trthblelaud thelineginia KIll laud theta with till line of containingIToncreiifore nld Innd will IM sold us maw It neces Inlhaeventtlmlttimeentlratrnctthpnthe immiddistance nllllIInterest thai nmy accrue thereon to due theperiodthe purchaser will be required to give bond with appro d ecurltyinynhle to the tintrnteofmile until paid and having tint fur oe nnd thlImnttill Innd sold GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C rangy carrying Kentuiky generally rxhurehanl THE WARFIELD IIRJoArmaM others in MllHtn onwarj ttIrv of oiiwurrt Moh pad other the ISU Onwnnl ir d lwlrae 11Ilkr5V IunorIIJInn iMitlet thr the tat damToiMis Htriitliinore sire In IyIIIOIlIrtnohlIIITho Wnrtleld bad nmfv nlftheRushyntmetrlcalchnrnctrrulo areabenttyinthugreatutwlaulIhyllImhrlnotloneorlss ShowehorseItscolnfirstHOn11IootonIdwtl215h412 1n present at from MrKlnney Ky fitrIving 011ItoB MOWKNH A y Ky Dignity Dare No IWS Vol5 A 511 Mllhoglllllha black points wliltoonly 143V hand nlgli weighs iiuunds strong lint heavy mane and good rnllu rIng neck well set In higliiiioiiiitid shoulders saddle horse bend and ear on liltnH model under hillier always wear Btrlllit In mo lel ring except twice when shown acalnst his own net wonderful style In harness a show sure n one old wore honors In his cline WlOPtllke3 old he woe shown II tlmis sod wore blue strings has never lioen defeated in fancy harness rlnllkhils always Itecti tho victor In ns breeder when shown three or more of his far size style unit general conformation nnd for lie n cuddle licirso with llvo distinct fast line iictlnK rocker good two walks and riddlenntlol1very poitlvri trot under harness Brunt around NCIIOII us is m In IIOIdt sir ill mlglt 111 Ill sine horses lor MKII or iiiirin u ur liurini hmirsr urmiul iy lilt nnd a 01IlIIurilIntrack use or 1111111111118 roedtrlargihandeome stylUh heavy let carrliiKe horses with IIUOII purposes of a family horse U the horse sire parkers stylish grrce fuliubstanoe and docility hue Iran muituuffuiniobreederelttnhKentucky tbo H types lily colts after himself t line novur d colt The most pro ILllhlt honthe farmer and small breeder produce is the horso which the widest rnnKo of ofthefrom the 01110 time youngest 31 of Ills colts have horn offered and old for nn nverago of f515and the averngu nge of them I 7 muntbinnd day- sPEnuaxxHlred by Chester bare 10 N K H bo by lilnck Squirrel ft NABOTH JR IllIand Inn horsoof wondorfu bonuty having n IIIIIR nml n Illlr tail Hi Inn KHltetl sup rliall round uctloi nnd lll suns of old Naboth he has great niitnrnl Isl In hnrnoii mind n greater mcklnn her vAn not lie found In the Mlulouf I inn n chute er In holey loran inyenM fur ihhtg thorn for sill the market In IhUtHiuiilryiind ilxIoll to oncournKe the breeder of horses to continue to rnlM lx tter onon As It known there U a ntnrcltv good lion o mud tliov sultiibli for the Km tern markethnnIrhwcyprlceIIthebred- era would mine hone they PIANO FOR SALE I Koroll Plano fprUlit and ut il only rshort time al ch mp tNnrt llHteh ere l Ky u cord ltlljaireoflkntlelon4yrmeorl2mix AinirlcHii ItoileKyrnHtom IllMa ton of itcuni shyer iuIn list wits by dam by Nutwood nil Alrt In tlh by to Inc list ova to U bit 1n t Will make the nelson our farm mule nt to Iniura n toil suN MeKlnn II bone back with n blue horn Win yenr yenr with nil Is Knits In In hit till for to n for Ho to sin u for to serves for hu by nock Iwr u lor of one for lie Jllack l 71 lit by King William 81 lie alllleDelltllnrkH lit by Imp JlMlitifonl Iiiiilty llrnt iiftm Mil malt liy lilinUMlt No A byIlyedtekb dnmhXilulottForestTrliM Dignity Hare will iniiko the mn ton of IUllj nt lilY stable in IliHtonvllli Ky at pi to insure ii ilvlim colt when fouled ti to prove niaro In foal Mnrm traded or removed forfeit Innirnnrc nil iiioiny l fOimHdiif and must at time of inch trannactlon Mare Kneed teeforenutoalofnulreat reiiKonitblc rote Mares entrusted to inn will rrtwlvo my iluriional attention but I will not be resjioiiillili for accidents or es llutnnvllleKy Col Bird 40566 POcllHind by Cevllbtn elder 2211No alrtts Mlreof U2yrarol ls with ifn or better by Vctllan 8lt Ire of IT In lttlit Bunt lllrdle Kenney full sister to lowan iittW sire of s lus slra of t old Wllkes si liy Uuinlwttii White 3 loijIn of with records of S or letter1111 don l liitvln iliuu of ford Humrall 2104 vowan t aIr of inautorhtr sir of t UedallIlkeSSIntOd Et11rhello 2if25 Glorylunltmil Hhuw t tK Hy Itctl Wilkes S JI No tire of irJ and sire of the damns of produclnglOKUowun 3 Ktlte Hell 22fJnnd 7o dun Wllk 181 fly Alexander Alaldlflhl 212No15shruofOuldendlh Maid 211 mud ithurs 4th dam by Urockotta Ilollfounder- Jol Ulrd was tired by the Oeclln for n two hlnuto horw Hu Is hands hlghKood and Mtron And tho kind of horse 10 breed to- Hed him boforo you breed U OAUlkKNTEB Hustonrtllo Ky J J must take the marcs lo Iho rlithl kind of sires NaUiti Jr lit oml oil 101111 Is u oa f lions that tine tnnrkrldiannndnnd forwnlch the puretinselhOItyllocllulIIuty IIshygadaudreInIt like Ugets like you inn get tins rigid kind of horses by brewing In NnlM th Jr You will note tint this tnlllon has the blood of Old Nnbotb llnmblitonlan in Hid Mssnger thhr Wllk teurg 1Ilkea Miiiubiliio Chief lllot Jre std Harry Vey- PauluussIts Nabtitti IIDIH IPthe hr VHlsliiKhnni jlftl sire of i4tlaudr2aw4 and several other In time llt VaUliiH mm Is comers lirmleUfwIierw GRAYI First National BankStanford Capital Stock 50000 tnstttntlon wsunlxloalm untlMt IlAon Stanford ri rjtsnUei a the National Hnl SUoford la reorganised First Ntlool of Otaafari hsTlnr practlcsllym iiiim hatter supplied racmuee projoptlj aau lurIts bonorsblfi arrer Accounts Individuals and Cor poratlons Solicited IGE VllknI llTinTlii agr1IoIllbyLlrtyKrlliwv SIIboLb Jr lot dnm h Metnen- SerOhlef Jr by Metuenger thlnfrut Davis by thoroughbred Nnlwth Jr Iw keptdurlng thdsenion of lit stnblflln nrorter Im itermlttnl to ilium nt tiro prlct of 11400 Tli trt p to for ttuvk from ndlttnncunt miMiiiNblc prices Hit sponsibility ntiuimO fur nccldnts or allay cif stock rommlttrtl In lilY W 14111 ItTiNIelileiVIt DOCKHhOtlnmliionvNy nrs old Slnri lain al liniiMo n living nir II n HIiillniKl l liiiidi U rerdnl iiv harsnn in show iii lbn rtinirtnl with ur forte to liisiirni the tendon ut the Imrnlmtk of HI nh Hri Tint n is the jf la theo al lies ana again Mm Iiik U 1182 had r rnpte1 aslim 11Yan la mow wltb tor lruaet tat well than twfurK to tint of Fiduciaries l Old liiil ant dent will IHR my will MTV wry tow INHflll 1IVINO i U TI IIII riHl core but re nearn Ky nun IIIur and the rind the Ant 1135 and nml Officers J 4 HoOKKIi PMI 8 TJUHHU V Pres J J Nol unKltTII Obi w II WAItRNAestOhrl Directors r Ite1Qhiarble I T Jris in 4 t Ii iiii1 sass X fTt aarltrlwarII XiMiux ritlmalird d It AjrtUBt h lacf rd 1Sul Announcement I Tn view of the existence of go many line watches including honsetimeri in Danville nUll currouiuling community we have neural the services of nn export watchmaker direct from u large New York manufactory and innko positive guarantee that wo am repair nay kind over nude If your watch is running n little out of order probably it needs oiling Many fino instru t touts are ruined by continual running without oil A stitch in time saves nine Wo also repair and clean nay anti all kinds of clocks and guarantee tlioiu to run whoa we have finished our work There is no use to sendany kind of repairing away from hone ns we have there export in constant at tondnuce nt our store We positively do tho finest expert engraving in this section E H MURRAY Danville Kentucky 4 J For Cream Freezers Water Coolers PicksClippers Cold Refrigerators Tongs and Bowls GEORGE FARRIS STANFORD KENTUCKY