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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r = z nL v I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 28 1907 u NO 25 Women Breadwinners The statistics of tho Census Burcai just issued from Washington show that of tho total number of women or 1C years or over in tho United States 23485559 In all there aro no le811 than 14833630 engaged In brcadwin ping in commercial mechanical farm Ing professional and industrial call ing Tho table also Shows women employed as pilots on steamers on Inland rivers women employed as baggage menor baggagowomenon railways women conductors on railway trains women as motormen as engineers and t as firemen as switchmen yardmen and flagmen as carpenters blacksmith machinists boilermakers charcoal coke and Jlirio burners and as slater roofers well diggers and farmers or tho number there are 338141 fires makers U2S03S laundresses 23145 textile mill operatives 337200 teacher and 807700 farmers His a rcmarkabl fact that between 1890 and 1900 tho number of married women engaged at labor more than doubled One rose for tho largo Increase of women breadwinners Is tho fact that they can be IU cured for smaller wages than mon nnd as a rule make bettor employes Thi inequality of wages should not prevail If women do as much work and as well as men they should bo given ns much pay Any other rule Is simply takirif advantage of necessity Roller from Rheumatic Pain I suffered with rheumatism for over two years to says Mr Rollam Curry a patrolman of Key NVost Fin Sometimes it settled In my knees nnd lamed moo I could hardly walk Ill J other tines It would lx In my feet am hands so I was Incapacitated for duty Ono night whon I was In fcovoro pati and lame from It my wife wont to tbe drug IItOro hero and came back with t bottle of Chamborlalns Pain Balm I was rubbed with It and found tin pain had nearly gone during the night I kept on using It for ft little mOn than two weeks and found that It drovo the rheumatism away havo not bud any trouble from that disease for over three months For Salo by all druggists Gov RKCKIIAM has had many op jiortunitlca to display his fine judg ment in tho appointment of officers but rarely In tho life of any Governor has the opportunity for good or bad been presented as the appointment oC municipal In A- greln depends upon his action That ho will be to tho occasion his record gives earnest Wo hnve pinned our faith to this man of dectl ny and so far wo have had no reason to regret or to change our estimate oC him I Dont Pay Alimony to bo divorced from your appendix Thoro will bo no occasion for It If yoi keep your bowel regular with Dr Kings Now Life Pills Tholr nclloi is so gentle that tho appendix novel has cause to makwtho least complaint Guaranteed by O It Ionny druggist it Try them Mrs McKinley died at her home in Canton The funeral will be hold Wed afternoon President Roosevelt Vlco President Fairbanks and other prominent officials will be in attendance Orlno Laxatlvo Fruit Syrup Is heal for women and children Its mild notion and pleasant taste makes it pro ferablo to violent purgatives such at pills tablets etc Oct the booklet and a sample of Orlno at G L Pennys NOTICE I AI ndntlnbtrnlor of MM K It pollard 1 nutlfy thaw Imvlng chiles against her tt late to prorrnt thew properly OIfrnI to m- nt maw Tltoe whit the Mtat wild deal lllnt urllMt opportunity 14 Bailee clmlnUtrHtorMr K Hlnnfortl Ky 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck OCt my Rales be fore Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Ilepre 1011 too i Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 2J STANFORD KY DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 One ol Kentucky Ixtt prmluiow Mull brother vo tlh1I11 9SItt lrl llcnrtl iiiiui t4iiwbycoltiaut iwny Yorimmt aioriiuiMlnmby tin liiiijortoil Am Miss tnlllun Dortoy h Florcmti hy Ooldot IIIIKn VIIIIr a Inn ClnlTli ntnkn him on Int newly hrlMI lnrjlInIMreJllIIIIK from Jl1Yl11r Iur UII Iotlt dies t tat hIy or road Itonuknowhl l orMyy 1ioldduet Is t dark and wnlulii I3W ofIwIghlug at l and Ire in Uumana nt tniiprlcoi Wlllmllko nt nmii iu nr Htnn coalonzluatonvllluplkoattTU1NHUlt1JAOOIr Mares kept nt I cents wr week No re for celtUiiU or urmtpor MAt of KT oniil nttantloii given Also nt wiiuo iilncti will nmko the present leiiion with n lino large ri Mtiimdlna from Tout Kemiu unit JoellIck rntlohtof mul JttokJnt 110 TO IN HUllKA M OOlT V 11KIP Danville Ky t HIGHLAND J S Young Is building quite an addition to his storehouse Farmers report a bad stand of colon account of tho moles and cool weather nom to tho wife of 11 F Horton a boy Dolmnr Adams has recovered from a spell of pneumonia George Hatflold while carelessly handling n pistol was shot in thb fort finger of tho left hand causing quito a painful wound Boys let old pistol alone especially on the Sabbath llerman Reed who has been workin for tho Monarch nook Co is now mal Ing his second delivery of bqoks and and shears It Is to be hoped that ho people will patronize amt encourag e this worthy young man who Is trying to support himself In his enfeebled con ditionJohn Spires thinks of going to Illinois soon W U Cook nnd lies Bryant of Somerset were hero thli week Shclt Heed hat returned trot Indianapolis Bennie Chestnut of SomI crset Is visiting his grandmother Mrs Oscar Huffman and babies of Danville are with her father Mr John Meier Miss Annlo ywahlcn of Otten helm vis lied Misses Martha and Emma Meier Mrs Daisy Cook and baby havegone to visit her father W II Terry at Wal ton J Wash Cook has gone to Somerset where ho has a job as head sawyer at a mill near there Miss Nannlt Denton of Science lillinnd Misses Eliza and Inn Thompson of Eubnnks were at C M Youngs last week to take the examination at Stanford CHURCH MATTERS Resolutions strongly condemning the divorce evil were adopted by the Northern Presbytery in General As sembly at Columbus 0 Hov C C Williams will preach nt tho Walnut Flat church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock All are cordial ly invited to attend especially the membersTho assembly of tho Southern Presbyterian Church at Ulrmingham Ala adopted the Charlotte articles of agreement calling for closer relation of churches using tho Presbyterian system Several Kentuckians are among the officers elected by tho Baptist gath ering at Norfolk before adjournment last week Thomas D Osborne of Lou isville was made recording secretary and Rev J N Prcstrldge Hev T T Eaton and Dr E Y Mullina wore put on tho Executive Committee My Best Friend Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Route Fort Edward N Y say Dr Kings Now Discovery lily boat earthly frioml It cured mo of asthma six yonra ago U has also performed a wonderful cure of toot giant consumption for my sons wlfo The first bottlo ended tho terrible oough and this accomplished tho other symptoms left OQf by ono until the was perfectly well Di Kings Now Discoverys power over coughs and colds Is simply marvelous No othor remedy has over equaled It Fully guaranteed by Iennys Drug Store 60c and 61 Trial bottlo free At tho death of a muchloved pastor somo years ago tho vestry of a prominent New York church resolved to place n tablet to his memory in tho vestibule of the church In duo tlmo tho tablet appeared in its place whore it still re mains It has caused not a few smiles for after reciting a list of tho forme pastors virtues and labors it closet with the quotations Now tho people of God have rest There has never been a clUe of typhoid rover or appendicitis known to do Clop where Whites Diamond Brand grab Orchard Water has been used constantly because it keeps tho whole sys tern In perfect order Do not be imposed upon There are irritation Cral Orchard Salts and Water on tho market ask your druggist for Whites gen uino Diamond Brand State Fire Marshal Mott Ayers has sent to tho County Attorney of Trigg ounty evidence to be used in tho irosecution of men suspected of burning a tobacco barn near Cadiz several lays ago nnd it is probable that sensational evidence will bo brought out prol11lnentcitizens Disturbed the Congregation The person who disturbed tho con jregutlou lust Sunday by continually ioughlng Is requested to buy a bottle jf Foloya Honey nnd Tar G L Penny In tho population of Now York city hero aro 789000 persons of German parentage 735000 of of lussian 223000 of Italian And now the sweet girl graduate From Panama to Perth Informs us how tex run tho State And regulate tho earth NEWS NOTES Snow fell nt Sturgis S D Saturday JcsseHoss was killed by lightning In Harrison county Versailles Is to have a Y M C A building to cost 12000 William Coburn said to bo 107 years old is dead In Christian county James Guthrie ono of Shelby coun tys wealthiest citizens is dead J W Williams 8C years old and a prominent citizen is dead In Shelby Wood Anderson a young farms shot and killed himself in Barren count while shooting at crows Six persons were killed and probabl 40 hurt in a tornado which passed over the section around Emory Texas Three men lost their lives in a I1ro which destroyed 50000 worth of property on the water front of Boston At tho Frankfort penitentiary H W Lockmiller a convict cut and mortal wounded John Hensley a follow mate Lockmillor was sent up from Mercer Robert Van Horn eight years old while amusing his baby brother near Louisa by playing with a shotgun discharged tho weapon and shot the top of the babys head off Dispatches to Duns Review indicate that improvement is slow in business and agricultural conditions but most sections of the country experienc more seasonable weather Rocco Panagiro while on trial at New York on a charge of having mur dered an Italian butcher in Brooklyn committed suicide by hanging himself with his belt to the cell door Tho City Council which levied 2000 for oiling the streets of Versailles finds that on account of the very heavy advance in tho price of crude oil 1000 would be required for tho purpose and will refund the money collected Floyd Frazier killed Mrs Ellen Flan nary near Surgcnt lie confessed that ho crushed her skull with a rock and cut her throat A mob was after Frazior but the officers succeeded spiriting him away from tho scene The San Francisco grand jury re turned a big batch of indictments in connection with the graft Investigation Fourteen bills were returned against the president of the United Railroads 14 against Abe Ruef and 16 against Mayor Schmitz The entire population of Sandy Hook turned out to see James Hargis and the others accused of tho murder of Dr B D Cox when they reached the little mountain town Judge Rcdwino declined to indicate whether ornot he will get off the bench and allow the appoint ment of a special judge After searching three months for hit lost boy John G Farr of Lawrence Kansas found his body In tho dissect Ing room of tho University of Kansas Ho was killed by a train was not iden tified and after the usual formalities the body was offered to the University Medical College as tho State law pro videsThe programme of the Grand Camp of United Confederate Veterans which will bo held at Richmond Va beginning next Thursday and continuing until the following Monday will in clude tho unveiling of the memoria erected to the memory of Jell Davis This will take place on the closing day when an imposing parade will be held The body of Mrs Ellen Flanery was found in a ravine In Letcher county Her head had been crushed and hoi body showed other marks of violence A suspect who was found with blood on his clothing is under arrest Tho woman was murdered shortly aftci leaving home where her four little children waited for her for 24 hours boforo neighbors began the search foi the body More News from the New 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 Wlllluinuntlc Conn who after almost losing hope of re ovary on account of the failure of sc flatly remedies finally tried Foloye Kidnoy Cure which ho says was IIjust tho thing for him as four bottles cured him completely lie is now antlroly woll and free from all tho suffering Incident to acute kidney trouble G L Penny Finding the corpse of a man in a runk which was broken open by tho ollco and which had been as security for a board bill was tho unpleasant experience of a New land oplnolunnto the trunk and that the lid was held down until he was asphyxiated Kidney coraplalnt kills more peo pIa than any other disease This is duo to the disease being so insidious hat It gets a good hold on tho system eforo It is recognized Foleys Kid icy Cure will prevent the development of fatal disease If taken In time G L Penny HUSTONVILLE Miss Ada Alcorn is at homo from a visit to Chicago Mrs John Ellis of Stanford was the guest of her sister Mrs Sue Wright Dr I Wesley and wife of Liberty were guests of Joe Williams and fan- fly June II Reid of Danville and W D Rocker of Tyrone were at host Katherino Alcorn left Saturday for Chicago to be the guest of her sis ter Miss Mattie Mrs Katherino Harrison of Spring boro 0 is with her parents Mr and Mrs J A Walden An exceedingly interesting Iccutn was delivered by Rev Knuo at the opera house Saturday and Sunday evenings John D Burton was acquitted by Squire Dudderar Saturday of tho charge of shooting dogs that were running sheep on his farm A car of lambs that averaged SO lbs shipped by Cowan McCormack last week was pronounced the best rec sewed In Cincinnati thTs season Rev S B Lander will occupy the pulpit of the Baptist church next Sun day morning Subject A Great Opportunity Evening A Great Re wardDogs played havoc with the flocks T G Tupman W G Routon and F M Peavy house Thursday and Friday nights The dogs that escaped went in tho direction of McKinney Tho Christian church was packed to the walls Sunday and a splendid Dacca laureate sermon was preached by Rev C W F Daniels Many are anxiously hoping ho will soon organize tho music of the church here Chester Carter and wife of Anderson county spent last week with Mr and Mrs J M Eubanks J Beechcr Adams of Danvllle was here on business Saturday Miss Sallie Eubanks nf Mercer county is the guest of Mrs Marshall Herring The gents race at the rink on Friday night was the most exciting feature of the evening and was won by Denver Neal A good audience was on hand to cheer their favorites some of whom yore very fast skaters but falling lost their chance of winning The Ladies Aid Society of tho Pres byterian church will serve an ice cream and strawberry supper in Hustonville after the commencement exercises Friday evening Proceeds of the supper to be devoted to repairs on the church The patronage of the entire community is earnestly solicited The Homo Telephone Co having purchased the Hustonvillo and Liberty plant here from M K Humphrey Co will take possession Juno 1 An rp to date switch board will replace tho old one a competent lineman and operator will be added to tho force and tho service greatly improved Lair Browns bloodhounds were called to Mcrrlmac Taylor connty Wednesday A Mr Earles smoke house had been robbed and the trail having been well protected it was readily taken up arid followed for abour five miles to a house but there being no of ficer with the party no arrest was madeBoyd Weatherford class prophet of tho graduating class gave the members a delightful C oclock dinner Fri day evening to which a number of his friends wero invited After a sumptu ous meal all repaired to tho rink joy was unconfined thus marking another milestone of lifes journey filled with delight Wouderful Eczema Cure Our little boy had eczema for five years writes N A Adams Henrietta Pa Two of our homo doctors said tho caso was hopeless his lungs being affected Wothencmployed other doe tors but no benefit resulted By chance wo road about Electric Hitters bought n bottle and soon noticed Improvement We continued this medicine until several bottles wero used whon our boy was completely cured Best of all blood medicines and body build ing health tonics Guaranteed alPcn nys Drug Store fOe An old Negro was taken ill recently and called in a physician of his race to prescribe for him But the old man did did not seem to bo getting any better and finally a white physician was called Soon after arriving Dr felt the darkys pulse and examined his tongue your doctor take your temperature he asked I dont know the patient answered feebly I havnt anything but my watch as yet bus- shamborlain Colio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy There Is probably no medicine made hat is relied upon with more Implicit onfldonco than Chamberlains Colic Iholera and Diarrhoea Remedy During the third of a century In which It has been In use people have learned tat It Is tho ono remedy that never ills When reduced with water and weetonod It Is pleasant to take For s310 by all druggists GRIFFON ntinrtv Snappy Clothes Griffon Brand nil wool Guaranteed Clothes nro lend ers Try ours and bo convi- ncedSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY A good Second = Hand McCormick Binder and Draw Cut Champion Mower for Sale at a Bargain W He HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KentucKy Capital 5000000 Surplus 23000OO Undivided Profits 500000fSH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS- T B Oslo Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John H Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W O Walker Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W II Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W II Cummins Preaehersville 11O Gooch Wayne burg Ky ATTENTION I Now is the time to get YOU a new buggy Call in and examine myt stock before they are picked over Also have a full line of Harness Phone 174iFET PENCE Something To Tickle The Women Folks- A Stove with tho largest oven that you over saw llntl eonto other extra good features combincdwith a fir tchL6i range throughout makes this Stove hard to beat If you arc in need of a Cook Stove do not full to see mo before you buy All kinds Pumps from 8150 up toj 8150 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tiuner and PlumwrcI The Interior Journal E c WALTON t J T ROBERTS II Acnmllilnte for Magistrate In the Crao Orchnrd uIIJec to tbo I ettonof thudemncrntlopartyJOHN 1 counlVIubllctparty M BRUCE countlauhled 0 party JAMES C HAYS L a candidate for Jailer of Ilncol count inbjcct to thu action of the 1nmocrnl pnrty ti C ALLEN Ti a candidate for Ansmsor or TJncoln coun ty subject to the notion of the Democratic party font Houses of the South Dakota Legislature have passed a bill to make the divorce laws of the State conform to the recommendations of the Interstate Divorce Congress but a referendum having been demanded the enactment will not go into effect until a majority of tho voters shall have declared in favor thereof at the next general election There will be no general election of members of Assembly until November 1908 so there will be immediate stoppage of the divorce mill but finally the people of that State will have an opportunity of expressing themselves for or against easy divorces Tim Republicans are tickled to death over the decision of the Louisville election cases and they profess to interpret it as an omen of victory for them in November John W Yerkes says it opens the way for Republican victory in Louisville next fall and tho Lexington Leader wants the party to show its gratitude to Judge Gassing by en dorsing him for election in November Probably they wont giggle so audi bly when the ides of November come and the biggest democratic majority in years has been rolled up SPECIAL JUDGE WILLIAM CARNES was upheld by the Court of Appeals in transferring to Elliott county the case of the Commonwealth against James Hargis and others charged with the murder of Dr B D Cox Thu court held that the Commonwealth should have introduced evidence to combat the transfer to Elliott county so that the higher court could have some facts on which to base an opinion as to whether or not the transfer was prop ere The trial began yesterday Sandy Hook TilE Frankfort Journal which has always supported Judge James E Cant trill wants him to resign as a member of the Appellate bench And go do all He is a grand old man a democrat in all the word means and before the hand of affliction fell on him an able jurist But now he is unable to fill the office he was elected to and he should not want to draw n salary which he does not earn Let him resign and do so at once- TilE astonishing disclosure is made that an inspection recently had under the auspices of the Carnegie Steel Company showed that an 18 hour Chi cago flyer of the Pennsylvania Railroad had left 20 broken rails in its trail as the result of a single trip from Now York to the Windy City and with res pect to its tracks the Pennsylvania is probably the best road in the country TilE lower house of the Michigan Legislature has formally recognized the power of the newspaper advertis ing by passing a bill which forbids candidates for elective offices to use space in the dailies for solicitation of votes What their object was is past finding out Such a law would prove null and void because of its vindictive nessIN his charge to the grand jury in Shelby county Judge Peak said that if there was doubt as to the constitution ality of the Sunday closing law in Louisville there was none in that com munlty and it must be strictly enforced Bully for Judge Peak IT is said here that Secretary Taft will stand out to the end for a convention in Ohio to indorse his candidacy for the Presidency at which the question of Senator Foraker and a renomi nation for the Senate shall be Ignored MANS a vapor full of woes starts a paper and up he goes The Burgin Tribune has suspended publication on account of a lack of patronage POLITICAL Robert Harbison of Greenville has been nominated as the Democratic can didate for State Senator in the district composed of Muhlenberg Ohio and Butler counties The Oklahoma Democrats after a visit to the White House declared that they were still In the dark as to tho Presidents attitude toward the pro posed Constitution for the new State Roosevelt made an address to commission which Is preparing laws regulating labor and said he the course being sued to prevent infants from working f The Prohibition State Convention meets in Louisville May 30th and conI tinues over until the 31st The object of the convention is to nominate a State ticket Glave Goddard the wellknown farmer andstockman of Mercer countyI was chosen by tho Democrats of that county as their standard bearer in race for the Legislature Ho had no Roosevelt has discovered that many of the officers In the army do not know how to ride and ho has issued orders that they must undergo a test of 14 miles on horseback before they maysccuro promotion By a vote of 37 to 9 the New York Senate passed the bill fixing at two cents a mile the rate of passenger faro on all railroads or railroad systems over 160 miles in length in that State It now goes to tho Governor GovlBeckham is being deluged with letters in reference to tho filling of Louisville muncipal offices Ho has arranged to hear applicants or their friends from 9 to 12 daily in order not to interfere with other business Neither bouquets nor brickbats are expected from the President by followers of Vice President Fairbanks and they say that when President Roose vet speaks in Indianapolis they do not want him to say anything about the presidential aspirations of Fairbanks Secretary Root has ordered an investigation of the complaint made by the Japanese Government that a mob destroyed a Japanese restaurant in San Francisco Formal complaint of ill treatment by the people of San Francisco has been made to the Government atWashingtonAn was reached between the Evansville Street Railway Company and the strikers By its terms the company does not recognize the union but an increase in pay is granted which will make the wages from 17 to 19 cents per hour and time and a half will bo paid for over time W J Bryan makes the Steel Trust the central figure in his monthy dis cussion of national affairs with Senator Beveridge and shows that the profits of the trust are greater than the total amount paid out in wages Ho sug gests revision of the tariff as the remedy and urges that the President should not confine his attentions to ono trust only IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Speed Taylor aged 78 is dead in Atwood has been appointed postmaster at Newby Casey county- J H Spradlin has been appointed postmaster at Coolidge Pulaski county Sheppard has resigned as cashier of the Citizens Bank of Somerset J L Crenshaw of Dermont Ark won the honor of valedictorian of Central University Central University defeated State College 4 to 3 in a game of base ball at Danville Saturday Johnny Masters aged 13 will graduate from Caldwell High School Richmond next month Leon Moran aged 13 years was shot and seriously wounded at Maysvlle while playing Buffalo Bill A joint institute of the teachers of Bell Laurel Knox and Whitley will beheld at Middlesboro July 8 to 12 Abe Lake charged with assaulting his sisterin law Mrs Steve chambers in Mercer was given 13 years in the penitentiaryJ D Edwards brothers were arrested at Richmond on the charge of horse stealing They claim Jackson as their home Fire broke out in the Mercer Hotel at Bumsidc and the entire building was destroyed Miss Bertha Toombs of Somerset who was asleep in the build- Ing was burned to death The Burn side telephone exchange was located In the Mercer Hotel and it was destroyed The Court House records show that Casey county is 100 years old in this month Its first court was held May 1807 Our older citizens say that tradition hands its down that Whipps Spring Is the identical spot where the first court met to organize for the dis tribution of justice to the then infantile county Liberty News Suit for damages aggregating 12 000 was filed in the Fayette Circuit Court today by Mr James W Mc Ginniss against the CampbellHager man Female College of Lexington Miss Sadie McGinniss daughter of the plaintiff was a student in Campbell Hagerman College and completed the entire course but President Hagerman refused her the privilege of graduating on the gronnds that she attendeda dance in violation of the rules of the institution Boylo County Herald MATRIMONIAL Rev L M Omer said the ceremony which united the hearts and hands of John McBcath of Humble Texas and Miss Julia Carroll Eads the pretty daughter of Mr James H Eads Mr McBcath is an extensive oil operator and ho and his bonnie bride had been sweethearts for 15 years Miss Eads moved up from Wayne county with her father several months ago They are now visiting in Wayne county and after a brief visit there they will go to their home in Texas J Here and There A B Garretson of Texas was reelected Grand Chief Conductor of tho Order of Railway Conductors of Amer ica at Memphis The San Francisco grand jury returned another large batch of bribery in dictments Saturday Among those in dicted were six millionaires Additional bills were returned against Mayor Schmitz and Abraham Ruef An exciting five days race across the Atlantic between two swift passenger liners came to an end when the Gun arder Lucania swept up to the Quarantine station eight minutes ahead of tho French line steamer La Lorraine Because of tho shortage of enlisted men and the slowness with which re Bruits are being gathered the dally dress parade which has been a great feature of army life on Governors Island New York has been abandoned The Duke of Abruzzi has arrived at New York aboard the Italian cruiser Varese flagship of the squadron sent to tho United States by the Italian Government to participate in the naval ceremonies attending the opening of tho Jamestown Exposition David W Mulvan Republican National Committeeman for Kansas was tined 50 at Topeka and ordered committed to the county jail until the fine is paid for refusing to testify in a suit broupht by H H Tucker Jr former secretarytreasurer of the Uncle Sam Oil Company now in tho hands of re ceiversIt hardly probable that tho Kentucky State will encamp at Jamestown Exposition this year Assistant Adjutant General Mervin Parent made this announcement Ho says transportaticfroads is so much higher than funds nt Departibly have to be given up A Narrow Escape G W Clod a merchant of Plunk Mo had a narrow escape four years ago when ho ran a jlmson bur into his thumb Bo says Thodoctor wanted to amputate it but I would not consent I bought a box of Hucklens Arnica Salvo and that cured the dangerous wound 25c at G L Pennys Druggist PUBLIC SALE A help of Mr and tin K H Ballard we gluon VKDNKHOAY JUNK 10 IM an the ttende ot 10 oclock sell to the hlgneit und beet balder the following descrli farm containing acres of line land The tarn U situated one milt from Htunford on Lancaiter nlkennd Is known HI the Wither price The property consists of a good Hroom dwelling house turn Ice liouo and nil neceary outbuilding The house adjoin tho turnpike having u stirdial front yard running to tame All of thle form Is In prms s but about S acre It roplrtimber1llrtclnssnnliehome In Lincoln county At the slime time and place will alio Millnoino hou ehold fur fibre We will also on THUIWDAY J17NK90IW7 on the promise at 10 oclock Ai soil to the hlghent and rest bidder the wellknown K H Ballard farm near mint Lick Tbb farm contains S10 acre s of one rand null r1 a very doslmble pleco of property The dwell contain room and U In perfect reo pair There are nil nrreunry outbuilding end two new barns ono stock barn isVxt having 9hoxsudl Irlbllnll Sehods fu length of barn The tolmcco barn 172x141 tail practically new Tho place h under gnubutrvacreriiioncl t Lancaster turnpike one mllo North of Paint Lick At Mime time and place w- lielltheHpIIinrrnrmP mill from mintLick Tblsprncuconudnslliacres of land on It u good houseof 7 room good outbuildings burn holding about 7 acres of tobacco and plenty of water It has about 40 acre of nil of Ibis laud be ing In gram but about 20 acre It Is under good fence and very productive At name time and rncuwill RIM sell the farm local ed on Walnut MondowOrrek about 5 mileKant of feint Lick containing IW acres of land It link a good hrooni houno with nil necessary outbuilding plenty of wilIer and grantturnpike nnd hus about acres of bottom land This will l enn ubioiute sale for the sake of division null the land will positively ht hrlllljwhlchbo made purchasers further Information will be gladly furnished Call on phone Pit Lick Ky at our ox penie Mrs R E Sallee E H Ballard Report of tho Condition of The National Bank of Hustonvllle- at Hustonvllle In tho Htata of Kentucky at tho close of business May 1107 1IKHOUHCKH Loans and Discounts I3ea91 M OverdruftMecuredand unsecured 2241 41 U H Bonds to secure circulation 1KO 00 Bonking housefurnlturennd tune 4ttr0 00 Iuo train National flunks not rUe servo agents 1092 W Due front Htnte flanks A Hunkers 0 61 Duo fromupprovfdresurvoagents 40fi30a- 1iccksand other cash Items 10101 Note of other National Hanks 4517 00 Fractional paper currency nick elsnnd cent 15911 Lawful Money Reserve In flank viz Hpocio HOJHOO- OLegaltender note 10780 00 Uedemptlou fund with US Treas urer 6 per cent of circulation 00 2IM re LIAIIIUTIKH Capital Stock raid ln AGon 00 Burping fund I6f o w Undivided pronto less expenses and taxes paid 3C5S M National Hunk notes outstanding MffO Due to other National Hanks tis5W 62 Individual deposit subject check jYt511- due and Hediscounted OSiS S- Olienerved for taxes 72u6- 52Isq 60 sirJabovetealeutedge and belief J W HOOKER Ca hler nbdllYof essronStntotionntuof JJtoblnson r i Notice Butchers Octal refrlgeratortewt mid n feet at a bargain Also u lot of hutcirertoolr MAHHIIAII IlKiuilNii Hualunvlllo Ky ATTENTION HORSE OWNERS I u lIou hl it most modern anti Im whlIor 11titrrsItm7 wont Isu sure rumrvlyfor Imrroh mares Try It A T Tit ATIOU A Hox Gilbert Ireek rieasanl Hill llrwdlug Kami NOTICE I t Insured In tho Kentucky drawers Insur aura Co at ljexlngUmagiilm t till protest or old flue agents my HIUM lor 44 after knowing of n nmnlNtr of losswt nnld by said company for tire lightning ami wind with out any threefourth clause thu I com mend company nlKiVH over any of tho Old lino DAVID aT NOTICE d mile Houlh- or McKlunavnttnttoa on the ti H It It on Mlrtdlcbiirg on which husks run dally except mindtiy is now open for the trtHitment of llhruma Itom Liver Kidney llladdor mid sill Blom ach nod Iluwul Troubled HhvimintUm u specially at roasoimble rates For particu bin nnu terms uddrvsa K HUlA Iror It K D flnxtl Uustoiivltlo Ky D J SMITHCI- LBERTSCREEK KY The Quick Halo mill Hmall PronilMtor You nn Invltml to come In ami too my complete stock of new Humimtr gout Something for the hot wwatlwr MHIIOH Lot new ilranlte Wart Jat received Heelt Full dock of arICrlf of nil kinds Poultry Raising Pays Fanner nre ivalli that you tryraining lion orl11J lent paying llm In Ids buttnes Htntlitlo ihow that the egK alono lays him more money thou the out put of either corn or wheat Now Is tbo time of the year to bid your fowl a good tonlr KenuMiitxr that arty healthy hell lav 41141 cures lloupiliotern inpcs nod IAn IxTnHck make them lay Ulvo mrh slrk chtekenntoadropsJorstlniMii tiny u n preventive give Iloh 8 drop In tine feed once n day Irlc rile lluarantettl by your druggist HTAN tIW unuu UO Take Our Standard Remedy For HolntllnIUmmlltllm Inflammatory ltht u minium unit KtifUm Indlgettlou kintll JlIIUon Kldny Trouble or tinny disenet- trising from Impure blood Iteineaiber- pakea U according to direction and ho or the 11111will we nny IIIIIIItII Oil recellI contain Sit doses with a reclMorini goitre lee Yor sale by Ilouben Williams Agun McKlnney Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I with to farm tl miles Vest Ilustonvlilo l side from and Unrpwr feacres of rich tcrllHtnUonlIIIllnlllo Inud sill In rlrm cnn be divided to duce iingo no a to have good dwelling on scat piece also nnossniry outllIIIIIIIII Till form lays nlnnost In R only Olle angle In lines There are thrrtstock born I goal totseco Isrn stables tenor house water tn every Held six lasting springs with it streams running through whole trust J HTKKLK CAKIB t I- IlIuatunII Ky ALMONT DARE Hired by Dignity DarelWi AH1111 Ho by Choiter lime 10 he by Hlack Houlrrel Mhohy Hlack 74 he by Klan VII bum IstdamToxawayHrg oL 10 T II 1L hoby by Almont 51 tllli dean Lady imvu by lrl- bnvlsIiy HourUm Chief In dnm MnttliiH by Light by Foreigner by Inport d UIulo lilt llIm Hetlle U by Cunnlng tutus tipper liutloui Lilt dUIII by IniH rleU DAIIK has upward of Import cd crosses on his clams side tracing to Im ported Mestenger t i lniHirt tl isle medentlmeij to itulartcrl lliiiiurdn times IIIIIMIIKTHIIUIILO t little linwrtwl IIlulI sor Imported Krorliil Match en Phi suatp Traveler nod others ForiUe sg beauty dlipoiltlon and per foriminceln harnesiand under con lderlng age and handling he hits no supe rants but few c iuals Hee him and you will like him lie has but two colts an yet and their owners nee proud of them Will stniidat I15H Alto two good Jacks that newt but few word of to hit public n they have mado their reputation m extra bretHlers Jacks will stand at All the almvu will make the nrcMnt sea son at my plnc02Nthud from Ilutlonvillo on Hustonvllle turnpike Grass furnished at UIIIr month Not reo sponslblo for accident or escapes K rowKLL Mow Hustonvllle Ky Konort of he Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Htanford In the Htate of Kentucky nt t he close of business May 30 1W- 7iirHouiicrs Loan and Discount I7IIM b OverdraftMecurcd and unsecured 7712 U H Hands to secure circulation won 0 Ironilnins on U H bonds fttj Uondi securities into VbS6 W Dunking house furniture and tures 8WK W Other real estate owned a200 00 Due from Nlltlonnlllanklnotro servo agents 6028 fit Duo from Htutc Hunk ft Hankum 2WW W Juofroinnpprovedretcnougcnti 81711 necks and other cash Item ttiit Notes of other National hunks 4002 00 Fractional pUfooJr currency nIl 011 and cent 2M Lawful Morley Reserve In Hank vII Specie II06K2 W galtendcrnote 270000 426- 0Hedemptlou fund with U Trees urer 6 per cont of circulation 2n00U- S2tltwh LIA1III1TIKS Capital Htock paid In Wfm 00 Surplus fund15UUou Undivided prollt less expenses and taxes paid 3727 S3 National Hank notes outstanding fioooo oo Duo to other National Hank aUW Duo to Htato Hunks and Hnnkcri sin Individual deposits subject check 1I9M772- Doniand certificate of deposit to Note Hills UedUcounted 4oai 1111 payable inoludlng cortlil cato of deposits for money borrowed 4JM 00 Iro uICounty of Lincoln I uneltbankltloeoieninlyswearhntlutt tho any- owludguund belief JOHN J McIlonsHTS Cashier nllil lIorn to titleBrighte ltb dayof 1l1yIOO7 W I uorruuv Attest JH Hooker Jllllaugh man Iottui Director 1rV XTRAGOOD LiTTLE MN 1 r J What is nearer and dearer to a Mother Than Her BoyI- n what does she take more interest than in 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 50 75c and 125 plain and Knickbocker buttons wash pants 25 and 50c Knicker bocker 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 youH 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 ove- rPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO I LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists IWo aro agent for popular pharmaceutical preparation of John WyotitIlro 1urko Davis AOoj Volght Co Also keeps In stock other wellknown brands used In pro scription If you cant call remember we have both phono Holl rind Ilaitln Paint Your House I f 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 madeITry i- tSTANFORD DRUG CO j G r t Wash Waists eeef4lts To add fury to this llamo of Suit Bargains we will olUr fifty pretty Wash Waists tint Bold nt 125 for only 89 Cents fr All sizes and a dozen styles BTANFOUD KY MAY 2H 1907 SuNBiitNR Finish will make old furniture look liko now Pennys Drug- Store PERSONALS Miss SUSAN Sii WOODS vWtet relatives In Frankfort Miss TBVIS CARPENTBn is with MIss Patty Prowitt In Lexington MRS E J ISltowN spent soveraldny at MarcUburs with relatives J Mils MAUCJARBT HOLIINB of Lan caster is with Mm L M GoodknlRht Mug MAny OWENS of Somerset was with Mr and Mrs John W Koul REV W S GRINSTEAO of Versailles spent soveral days with his daughters here Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDBIUJ Is buck from an extended trip through the J W InntANl is uttendmi the Knights of Pythias convention at IrvineMiss LIZZIE BRIGHT has roturnei from n visit to her brother family In Somerset bins J B BECK and children or Somerset aro with the family of Mrs William Beck MR B W GIVENS spent seven days at Mlddlcsboro with his brother S W Givens MRS I R HUGHES went up to Mt Vernon Yesterday to scohcr little brother who is ill of fever LITTLE MAY MORRISOM MATIIBNY of Maywood spent several days with the little Misses Haney TILE Young Married Peoples Club will meet with Mrs W A Tribble on Thursday evening at 8 oclock Mn AND Mns JOHN MOORE who have been with Mrs Ed Wilkinson returned to Liberty Sunday RUDY AND HELEN JONES are spend tag a month or so with their grandpar onto In the McKInney section Miss MARTIIA MKNEKEE came over from Danville and spent Saturday ant Sunday with her parents here Mns W II MURPHY had a number of relatives and friends with her at ar elegant birthday dinner Thursday MR AND MRS 0 D MURPHY of I Lexington aro with her parents Mr and Mra B P Martin at Rowland Lucy MILLKK GIVENS Is in the zvMlas party given by Piof and C Boiley at Danvillo this AND MRS JUSTIN GUY BALLOI spent several days with their parent hero before going to Graytown 0 tt resideMR S II BAUCHMAN of Stanford has Joined Mrs Baughman at then daughters Mrs S M Saufley Frank fort Journal MK AND MRS DAN TRAYLOR and Mrs Bottle Hamilton returned Friday from a delightful health sojourn at French Lick Springs MR ELIJAII Goocn of the Glbcrta Creek section who has been ill with kidney trouble since December was able to come to town Saturday Miss GEORGIA LEWIS who has taught In the Graded School at Crab Orchard during the scholastic year just ended is at homo here for tho vacation MR BOYD WEATHERFORD one of the graduates has our thanks for an Invitation to the commencement exercises of the Hustonvlllo Graded School which occur this week Miss PAULINE HOCKER and Mr Les t or Stanfordter Mcilargue graduates College have sent outhandsome en graved invitations to tho commencement exercises which will be held next weekMRS M C SAUFLEY leaves tomor row for Annapolis to see her son Mid shipman R C Saufley before ho leaves cruise They will visitfor his summer the Jamestown Exposlslon before Mrs Saufley returns MR AND MRS W L KENNETT Mrs Curtis and daughter Miss Julia Curtis all of Louisville have been touring tho Blue Grass in their automobile They spent several days with the family of Mr A W Carpenter MRS J S CORDIER und little son have returned to her home at Lebanon Junction after n three weeks visit to her sister Mrs 0 D Murphy at Lex- Ington and her parents Mr lind Mrs Ben P Martin at Rowland Miss SAUA DUNN of Stanford and Miss Julia Stagg of Hustonvillo are visiting Mr and Mrs George P Crow P Cecil Jr and Guy Hundley DanvlHe News r CHARLEY BOHON JR was up Irom Lebanon n few days last weekIMRS W R COOK was train returning to Isvillc MR JOHN W MILLER of Laqcastc Irem loulsvllloIMm MARTHA GAIN 8 formerly oC this county but now living in Lanca ter Is very sick REV A S MOFrBTT of Lcbano Will on yesterdays train bound lor Garrard to visit relatives MRS W P WALTON of Lcxlngtoi who was operated on for appendicitis last week is doing exceedingly well lioN JAMBS N SAUNDKRS went Ul1 to lIrn winty ytelfhy to ant special judge by appointment Crom Gov Bcckham- MR AND MRS WILLIAM KENT of Oakland Cal stopped over with tholr relative Mrs J C McClnry en route to the Jamestown Exposition LOCALS RINK tonight TBN per cent ofT four cash at L M Huey Cos WANTBnTeacher Greed School Salary 35 FOR German millet and cane seed call on T D Nowland NICE line of new rugs carpets and Crexs porch rugs Tribblo Pence THOMAS A KING son of lion B D King has been appointed postmaster Moreland to succeed J II Minks A SMALL stock of goods for sale and new store house for rent or sale Houa 20 by 54 feet Apply to A A Surbei Shelby City Ky FOR SALE OR RESTThe Dr J K VanArsdalo property on Cut OfT street For particulars call on oraddress L R Hughes Stanford JIM HARLAN n Negro wastriod lor stealing chickens anti eggs from J T Embry and was held over in 100 which ho failed to give TILE Central Kentucky Real Estnt Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write oc apply for particulars and prices TilE names of Teddy Brackctt Jo scph Hopper and James Cooper were loft off of the horn roll Friday Wo aro glad to state that the omission was no fault of the L J day Mi J F Itigney tells us that a number 01 old soldiers both Union and ConCeder ate will gather at 2 P M and march to Buffalo cemetery and decorate the graves of their departed brothers Everybody invited to participate LusKMr Alex Lusk the well known temperance lecturer died at Pittaburg and his remains were brough through this place on the way to Lan caster for interment Saturday Mr Lusk used to live at Gum Sulphur and tie has lectured from nearly every pul pIt and platform in this county A mo crowd therink FrI day night and some two and a half or hrce hours were very enjoyably spent Tonight a potato race for girls will be given the winner to receive a prize rhich will be made public at the rink There will also be a grand march in which most of the skaters will take part AT a meeting of tho stockholders of the Wayneaburg Deposit Bank Friday Mr L G Gooch was chosen president amen Frye of Lexington vice pros dent James Hayes of 0 K second vlco president C C Gooch Dr J W- Alton Dr A K Caldwell R Curtis Milton Wheeldon II H Gooch L G iooch directors The directors will act a cashier at a meeting in the near iitura All of the stockholders excepting two wore at the meeting IN tho oratorical contest of the Crab rchard Graded School held in the aptist church there Friday evening last Mack Fisher son of Mr and Mrs Spears Fisher won the medal given by- Dr Phillips The other contestants wero Frank Dillion Jack Wells Bain ulton and Wallace Cover A lady who tended tho commencement exercises tells us that they wore most enjoyable and creditable The singing of Miss ettro the music teacher was a pleas Ing feature of tho entertainment A Great Opportunityesaoass Is our hut big CUT on LADIES READYMADE DRESSES This is positively tho lost thing ever offered to Lincoln County and Stanford Citi zees Tlic very best Spring Stylos and Materials to bo had right at tho be ginning of the season at HALF PRICE A Backward season is the cause of this big CUT tJ SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I SouthPROF inkwore onyesterdaYsj Stanford unintentionally Decoration SPECIAL features at tho rink tonigh FOR SALE Jerseycawwith calr John Christman Stanford GERMAN millet seed at wholesale and retail J H Baughman Co J W ACEV offers his livery outfit for sale See the advertisement In another column Tim L will anexcursion to Cincinnati Sunday noxt and ono to LouUvWn Jnnn 10 The rata will be 176 for roundtrip 0IDONT forget the potato race at t skating rink tonight by tho young 10 dies It will bo worth seeing Dob- apen nt 7AO nYIcwU I WILL be In the Goshen district this week and next to collect school tax06 to build n cistern Penalty after June M Speed Peyton treasurer DONT listen to the just as good speech Buy nothing but tho genuine OBryanBros Railroad Overalls They aro the best Cummins McClary THOSE who subscribed for stock In tho Lincoln County Fair Associaiio arc requested to call and pay for ame at their earliest convenience J F Cummins secretary THERE is already a fair crowd a Crab Orchard Springs and Mine I10st Willis is getting letters by every moil from those who will come as soon as warm weather arrives MITE BARRELS Tho Sunbeam Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs W H Wearen this aftemooi at 4 oclock The members will please bring their barrels with them for open ing FINED 50Mr Jop McCall broths of Mrs W I Herrin who is here under treatment of Dr E J Brown tells us that he was fined W in tho Laurel circuit court forsclling cigarette tobac co and papers to a boy Mr McCal has a store at Hazel Patch I WILL move my rbershop and laundry business to the Myers Hour block June 1 and will be better prepare cd than ever to servo my customers Thanking my friends for their patronage in tho past and soliciting a contin uance of same I am respectfully E Wilkinson MY eon Sherman Stout dark complexioned well grown for his age left my home some days ago lie wore a black coat and No 7shoe Stutters just a little and parts his hair in tho middle Information leading to his whereabouts liberally paid for W M Stout Hyattsville Ky IN hiss paper Mr W L Neal of Kimberley Utah writes We had four feet of snow on tho 11 12 and 13 of this month and the groundhog did not see his shadow either The Southern Boy Gold M inning Co is doing nicely Mr Neal is vicepresl dent and manager of tho above good concern lie is a son of Mr and Mrs J C Neal of Moreland TILE following pupils have been neith er absent nor tardy during tho ful chool year at the Graded School Ray lond McBce first grade Aleni bone second grade Bessie Brnckett bird grade Mary Moore Ranoy Bcttii Varren Docla Hardin fourth grade Lrnold Foreman sixth grade Morrisor Iright John M Waters Willie Moore ilaranda White seventh grade George Topper High School Tim following pupils and teachers will go to Springfield Wednesday morn ng to the Blue Grass Tournament Josephine Carpenter Mary Gray Wesley Smbry Virginia Mahony Teddy Brack stt Joseph Hopper Grady Tucker Thomas Bright Bcrta Jean Penny John Downer Hays Foster Robert Waters Dev Rout George Hopper reston Cooper Miss Frances Adams and Prof and Mrs J W Ireland will company them ONE industry seems to bring another Sloek in the creamery has all been taken and now comes the project to organize and build a laundry A good deal of the stock has already been placed hotkmbo willboughtdato laundry something Stanford has needed for years The city council has promised to exempt from taxes for five itIIirprise FOR Deering mowers binders and hay rakes go to J L Beazley Co CONSIDERABLE frost fell last night and it Is almost Winter weather this morning JUST received a carload of America Woven Wire Fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard IN Garrard Hon Goo T Farris beat Mr JO Bogie for tho democrat nomination for Representative sovci votes The primary was n hot ono WAYNESBURG is on atom Beside a bank the Mnccabees are putting up a good building and the trustees have decided to have a new public school house OF tho 32 applicants who took the examination here last Friday and Saturday for teachers certificate four se cured firstclass certificates two seconi class four thirdclass and 22 failed outright Gov BECKHAM has creased tho reo ward for Robert Hocker the Negro who killed Newton Veal In Fayette from 200 to 500 Hocker used to live in the Hubble section andlils father Is buried there Brent Rave also colored informs us PLEASANT POINT Farmers are al most through planting corn Mrs Martha E Walls continues ill James Bunch is sick Miss Eva Singleton has returned homo after a visit to Mrs Ad die Upthegrove Mrs Mary Dye was the guest of Mrs C L Hensley Mrs Addle Upthegrovo and children are vis king Mrs Hensley Miss Grace liens ley was tho guest of Mibs Eva Walls Miss Maud Brown attended the exami nations at Stanford Miss Ella Lead was the guest of Mrs Mary Horton Rankin Thomas is visiting Miss Ruth Alford Jake Nance of McKinney was here to see his girl Oliver Router has gone to Indiana James P Taylor has returned home for a few days Jo nas Taylor and Henry Deatherage have gone to Cincinnati LIVERY OUTFIT FOR SALE I Having decided to change my business will ell ut uuctlon Itt my livery bum back of ibustlsuphilotelonHATU IWT beginning nt lo my entire livery out lit confuting of 3 head of horse S sets ol Ingle harnekibuggle surrey I set of surre harness drummer wagon Mt 01 Whllhlllnnew im I hove tI ImslnusN only about two months Will sell the ntove with privilege of continuing the business ut my present stand Will sell the outfit ni whole or xirtituly Tenors made knows on tiny of tale J1vICrY- J IhnmllorAuct Htuntonl Ky Beau Naboth 45006 ItyNnbothlOllA dom Norn lliiughinnn hy XorvallW by Electioneer 125 Nora IJnugli nuns 1st dnm Ixlu J by Metropolltui err ton of llainbletonlan 10 2nd dam Jose It IIIJ son 01 IhirllntylnenldnmMuryVIthenby 011I vr thoroughbred 4tli Mh dnm by imported Trashy flili Ii Thornton s Hauler lenu NalxjtliUn hand woo luiy mil lilt UJlJj hands of grcn tyle and notion mul of perfect con urination niul its u sire hits shown hit ubll Ity to reproduce hU qualities It will bo sien that Beau Natxjthii ixdl groc goes lack to Klcctloncer on both sire nnd Init tide und also on dnms side to the mntt desirable thoroughbred crosses Will shunt at Imrn of Mr Felix White ly Houtli of III nfonlnl1I r HOlmrllet pike nt iiSTOINHlIlK A LIVING DOLT 1 tares itrnztd at 113H tier month Mone duo when innrBls tradetl or luirted with or bred elnowbero il cart taken though no responsibility for acct totals or escapes J M 1KTTUS Htnnford Ky Koport of the Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At Htunford Ky In till Htate of Kentucky nt the close of business Muy tESOUaoxs lolln and DUcountiw t JCSISS la wortlrnftssecured flint uuecurcL II U H Bands to necifrn circulation COan reinlumi on U H llondi GlJ Junking house furniture and fix turon 8800 Due front National Hanks not re serve agent 8ii7 lue from State thinks A Bunkers fil9 uofrontnlprovedreserve Migent 318SO 41 vt N- Srotei of other National Hanks 500 nu root losil paper uurrrneytntckula- nnd cnlM 49 3- 1Jiwfill Money Itviervt In viz HiHclo IIJ7T4 to SAWW 15r co UdemptlonfundwlthUHTniw 00urer per rlavT6 tel LtAnlLtTUIt nnltnl Htoek paid In t WrtW to fund StUW ndlvlddprofits less expenses d 4wn 4- 7tlonnlltuukuotesuutstnndinlt 00tw w Nut 111II11111ollooltIlIUhJct 217013 87 8517m served lUTui P0732 m Plato of Kentucky County of Lincoln set I W M solemnly of the iiboyeimnicd hlln do swear Ktntellll1I1 is true to the lest of lilY knowl edlo und Ix lid w M BUluIITGnlb1r- lIh8crllll and sworn to wfori rno this SnI dnoltll JJ MlJlobcrhNl Dorrect Attests HUHhllnklJII1lIxt- on It U Hubble Directors 3 Suits etIeeefrr 0 This great offering includes Black Tan Navy and Grey Panamas and Fancy Mixtures In Pony styles Eatons and Hip Jackets Those win conic first have largest assortment to select from Just divide it by two and you get a 81500 Suit for 750 +++ +llt+ +++++++++ IIII I Long Silk Gloves IWe LongInow have a fullsupply of Silk Gloves i I Long Black Lisle Cloves at 50ci pair I iLong Black Silk Gloves at 150i and 175 per pair i Long White Silk Gloves at pair i Silk Gloves are very scarce 1Long these are gone the possi bility of getting any more is very slight so supply yourself now with long Gloves for the Sum- merLMHUEY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY t i4Ei isaiA01 o Ni6 +ooa 401 c at at FOR I BOn Leghorn egu lot setting of or three etUng or BIIIV- JiusluDvUle Ky ODD TROUSERS IiFor Gentlemen of Exacting Taste Highest Class Ready Tailored OOQQOL3QQ r W B Perkins Crab Orchard IKentuckyM 1 Screen Doors Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Garden Tools Garden Seeds Plow Gear Bottom Prices Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY J EGGS SALE s MxflUouKrTlj Line t t L N TIME T BLEI JlNo1JOS The Interior Journal allwooncfcZa irDBUHlIBD rOUBOAYB AND riUDVIi A1 s1oo PER YEAR CASHI When not so paid 100 will be Charged A Nice Home for Sale I 1 desire to sell my houtc and lot In Oroh Orchard Broom ono acre of land nuod barn nllI nit aetwsary outbulldhg j4ew and In good shape A lot of excellent fruit Well on Hack J IBTKENnCana rCrnn- OrchardNOTICE II t Anyone needing n Union Jock and Wlr with T n Ptretcher cnn leave their order Ill has ono he will a showyonnndtakeyouronler and wilt 1beJlmo on U T IUX8FOU1 B D CARTER New Livery =L Depot Street Phone 96- STANFORDKENTUCKY A WORD TO YOU I You ore Invited to look nt the Now White Lncos Also n now Goods JlnlllburKJ tlohnlr In lilnck Blue DrownUrn- al14t1l1cb line wide splelldld value ot ado Irand Ohlekens to Thoseyard I will give tickets to thorn on range Bring them In before they go down Q li HAURIHOrab Orchard Ky A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building INSURANCETire incident MKST Represented lDwet Jo Rate OUoranttJld lnylniltocd- tUnequallcd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Ihone No 82 GIVE MEYOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU readymade clothing when thereWhy buy 11 so difference In the price ot ready suit inndeto your measure hae a hkadioellnootspringtailor juodl un IUIt tomake from n he Jlnlltdreu lult Also Overcoat Troul- eu and Fancy Vests The company I rep sent is second to thane UO UOP1KY The Tailor Htonfonl Ky JflMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEAD U- TBulldlnR Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build sera Hardware Paints Oils Etc I Hiapuf octuro concrete blocks for build Ing purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application Boone Walls Successors to B D Cuter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY ypootai Attention Ohen Commercial Men lugs at Itousoiiaulu antes Stock Pone In Connection Also for nil kind of Iinrnsting Gasoline lIud Hteam Boglnl Thrashing MurUlnory and Haw Mills It Trtll pay ou to see us before OU AIII- Oeommlulon salesmen for nil nocondluind uaaehltwry edceAaTUndertaker Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery tylc STANFORD KENTUCKY Ounce Phone 187 nome Phone IS JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm noAlso Dealers in Fur avture MattingaRugs They Tsnll exchange Furniture lor- an Kinds of Stock Give RightIIIANFOKD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Tobacco growers ofWashington cot ty will hold n rally July 4 FOR SALENo 1 Jersey cow fresh T Pence Jr Stanford IT A Rico sold to Drown Kclle 50 17 pound hogs at Cc The Wilmore Creamery Co average 3000 pounds of milk per day lost wool J L Jarvis sold to Sam Zwahlen a threeyearold combined horse for li- Re deaned German millet seed 65c per bushel W II Murphy Stanford Ky I Jones Baughman of Moreland has secondhanded threshing machine for sale J W Acey the liveryman lost a good harness mare from lockjaw the other day- Lilburn John M and W D Coot sold to Brown Lawson 75 200poun hogs atGc J II Thompson sold to Geo Spoon more of Preachersville Mmonthsol mule for 200 John Marrs the unbeaten twoyearI old thoroughbred changed Louisville for 12000 A number of citizens have on foot a movement to hold an old fashion country fair at Perryville in August Nature docs not provide a beta grain for horses than oats and man cannot beat nature in mixing food elc mentsA plant bed containing about SK square yards belonging to John M Rice of Christian county was scraped by night riders Ben Hicatt of Spring Station sold to W P Wammack Co of Tonne Bee 35 head of fat cattle nt5cFran fort Journal- I have licensed my Polled Angus bull Tom Kendrick and will stand him at SI cash and no grumbling Joseph Ballou Stanford Two hundred million dollars is the stupendous amount of money won and lost in the last 30 days in one of the greatest crazes in wheat speculation the country has ever known The plant bed of B B McCown pres- Ident of the Christian County Union of the American Society of Equity was destroyed by two men and a note of warning left advising that no more tobacco be grown Russell and Irvin Railey of Versailles recently shipped a car of fancy saddle and harness horses to Phila Iclphia where they report prices good Peter Pan a walk trot and canter elding brought 1500 In 1905 the total exports of raw cotton from the United States were 8837 bales for 379965104 but in 1900 America got 401005921 for only 7 50856 bales a gain of 1227108 bales of cotton and 21040817 LANCASTER COURTThere wereonlv bout 40 cattle on the Lancaster market yesterday and some of them were taken home unsold Some extra good twoyearolds brought 4Jc Butcher stuff was slow at 3 to 3Jc There wart drag in the horse and mule markets also A Pennsylvania corn grower says says that if there is plenty of moisture until the time the corn is up he cat raise the crop without a drop of rain until after it is matured His cultiva ions are shallow and he keeps the dirt mulch well maintained Ho had 80 acres last year which averaged i2J bushels per acre The Worthington farm was sold to the highest bidder Ben McMicken of Nelson county became the purchase at 10050 an acre George W Robinson of Harrodsburg stayed in the bidding upto 9260 and Jos Richardson of Jessamine county bid 100 an acre and McMicken went 60 cents better anc secured one of the best farms that a crow ever flew over The place contains 560 acres Danville News hood Words For Chamberlains Cough Remedy People everywhere tako pleasure ii eatlfylnjj to the good qualities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Sdward Phillips of Barclay Md writes 11 wish to tell you that I cat ecommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy My little girl Catherine who is two years old has been taking his remedy whenever sho had a cold taco she was two months old About month ago I contracted a dreadful sold myself but I took Chamberlains 2ough Homedy and was soon as well as ever This remedy Is for sale by all druggists In Louisville there is weeping and walling and gnashing of teeth by the deposed office holders They proved infaithful stewards and their title having been pronounced bad no great Borrow will be felt for their departure Those who have accused Gov ieckham of playing to the temperance galleries will now see how sincere he is in his efforts for the enforcement of law His appointees will put the lid on and dont you forget it rankfort Journal For stomach troubles blllousnosf and constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Many remarkable cures havo been effected by them Price 25 cents Samples ree For by all druggists New York City has more telephones han London though London has 2000 000 more Intabitants than New York J city Sore Nipples Any mother who has had exporion with this distressing ailment will be pleased to know that a cure may bo effected by applying Chamberlain Salvo as soon as the child Is done nursing Wipe it olT with a soft oloth before allowing the babe to nurso Many trained nuraes use this 8nl0 with best results For sale by aU druggists TUG editorial in Saturdays Courier Journal headed Ida is a veritab prose poem It tells in matchless way of the life and devotion of the wldow of the lamented President McKinle now about ready to join her husband on tho other shore and is in Mi Wattersons most captivating veil Get it and read It Long distance rifle ranges will be established for the Kentucky State Guard at Louisvillo and Frankfort where the men can be taught the use of the modern high power guns Suitable locations were hard to find on account of the necessity for a backstop for the bullets WANTED I To rinlo n fresh stock of General Mer clmndlse in Somerset for a small form Ie cotton U central In fact only twodoors trot tht courthouse Gakl trade already c stab Usual Address Fox Homertet STOP LADIES I Ladies stop wearing your backs out on wash days stop wearing your clothes oul by rubbing them and use Diffees Liqui Soapwhich is guaranteed to knock out 7j per cent of the labor of washing and cause the clothes to last 20 per cent longer A sample of two gallons deliver ed free at your door Will call to set you J F CASH RIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmors STANFORD KY Vho Furniture of All Kinds Cur pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains old Wall Paper Mr E T Beazlcy has charge of he Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phono 28 Night 160 or 133 Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Olrcult Court K Owsloy Mary V Kelitnd It III IJelendllnt Notice of Fade Pursuant to a Judgment of the Lincoln Ircult court Injtlie above tIItJ notion the nderslgned Mater UominuMoner will on MONDAY JUSt 10 IKI7 In front of thu courthouse door In Him- ont Ky lotwl ell wad J P sell nt purr IIc outcry to the highest and Fret bidder so welt of the hpreliiafter descrlUd nut ca ate its may be necei cry to realize the suet bf 55l5o the amount due pliitntliT under tho terms of Itll judgment herein on the iforwuld date and the further Hum of ttCUU tho amount of the costs of tills action Ihu otnl amount Iwlng I5TI The mid real utato U locntttl In Lincoln county Ky on lieHtanfonl tc Ihinvllle turnpike on the trstldo thereof atxml littours from Htan Jtengingporkand llvwl for many year prior to his IIlIItlt riie said farm la lounded a follow lie lngtorkend thence up the road with the lint of J t HawBon tlto Jackson place 101nowto the corner l a luiicii her line to the corner of her hUltlllllli- U land formerly owned by O Urman and turner of the land of T C Holiliimm do wa til thunce with the line of tin T O tolilmon tract to the cornier of tin land known an the Olloh load thence that line to tar land of J T llacklev known a thu B IInll11I1IFurkfork to the lundi of J Ilosley thonce thl of the JH IloHley land to the Trlbblo land thence the line of that land to thecoe isrof the Hnmfiird Irwin land IhlIlJIt8Inc of that land to the corner llnla King laud thence with tho line of hat land to the beginning containing 70 acres more or Ie M Only HI much of the iforiKiild land will be sold at may bo nec try to realize the sums above sot forth In heovunt the necessary luinn are reallied IrllCIathontllhe laid oR by metes and bounds coureoa and llntancux Mud allotted to the purchaevr The iiilo will Ixiiiiule on creillt of and 2 months of the purchase price anti tho nteruat thai may seems thereon toIll duo expiration of each of lice urloiUof time aforuvnld KorthepurchiiHe irtce thu purchaser will bo required to give Kind with approved security payable to t ho oinmlmloner nnd iHjirlng merest at the ateortiimrcunt pnr annum from ditto of flu iintU paid nod hiivlng the force rand fleet of ii Judgment To further teruro the uiyment of woe a lien will be retained on he land sold GKO D SAUFLEY M C L C C PIANO FOR SALE I Keroll 1lano Vprlght and used short time for wile rhenp Ihnrles Hutch IT Crab Orchard Ky J W ACEY Livory Food and Solo Stables KlrstclaM rigs at rrnsonalilo rates Every rig new and horses fresh Hlabloln rear of Ht Asaph Hotel Htanford Ky IMiono in CHester S The great comlilne l stallion will maku ea on of 11170t my table mile from tic Klnneyon tleKlnhtrv A Mlddleuiirg pike at no TO ixsruK A tvlNn UOLT ion uy payable when colt is foaled or In every caxo whero inure Is parted with or bred to another horse Chester U n very dark chestnut sorrel 9 years old IP hand u model In form with atlothchllnlcterl at tlo Clmter Inru fum which the world acknowledge an sun rlor prolhtuI1ffrom lMtosinuIKIUIIIIKK Hired h Chester pore 1st dnn byTelegrn byIilupysired and etnm h Vermollt cfienterH dam iiasa wide reputation nil IblItr nod show mare At lametlme and place will stand three good nitilo Jacks at xuo to Insure a living colt Money title as with horse Them Jacks nevi no advertising In or around MoKln ney Hnlilee Is It to say they havo tliei uelveecohd to none In the 1mvellI breeders their colts selling nt 101 wearing blue strings All care taken to prevent accidents but nut responsible any occur H HIt HKH McKinney Ky GREASED PIG AT Danville Skating RinkI Tuesday May 28tfi On next Tuesday May2rith there will bo n race for a greased pig at tile Danville Skating Kink The one capturing the pig will lie entitled to him and ho will ben good one This feature wille rlninl1I0t be ON TUB HOG Kara boeins nt H30- P M Admission lOc Skating 20c Good floor and music Greatland1408 tlreatcst son of highland Denmark 73 lit dRill oLhrrl lenninrkM tiy Knyette Denmark ai 2nd dam rattle Hit Diamond Denmark M and dam by Itasll puke urtlland Is the sire of the champion swills stallion of Ix Jack Htnrhrh ltt lid ninny other premium winners Urratland In years old orrel Iff hands high weighing 1915 pounds star nnd snip two white hind fret lie has more situ style- welghtnndaetlouthou any saddle stallion Highland Denmark2nd Hlml by IlUhlnnd DunmarkTni It dam by Alllr Wllkei Ynd don by Illack IWlrddaiii by Mark HllulrI by n Thoroughbred ltlghinnd- 1unainrkIntl Is a Iay tlllon liar anti anlpntnl will Ia full la hmkls Foaled ION Preston 922 Hired by WHiblngton II- ht dam Ihllt by Hoderlek Slid dam liy a Denmark burs rrvtioa tine inni de r atrd all tlw show hone of his day and has proven himself n great brwrnlerof Idgh ei ass Mil and harm j hors- eChester Chief Hirsch by Chester Par lot dntn h1 ItwIUhlef Ohrter Ohlsf is n red- aurrel Ktallloti Iiv ii years old 18 hamU high with plenty of lour Unit style and no tion p Jay Wig Trotting stallion Hlniltby WIIIIIIJf- ht dam by Jay Illnl Jay Wig Is a roan l Ill will Ui 10 hands high andaur8erfoolJTO poiindH foaled IUQI General Wood 850 fly pis McOonl hv liy Inv Wood m lit dam by Gladstone General Wood Is ItItM old black with white iiolntu 104 hands high ltoIIw nnd length and him tolreedUeneral Wood Thu mare stallions wad Jock will maknthc dcnson at ureatland 1lace near iMXlngton will mall catalogue wiving and pic allllICllllolIIUrentliind Plnce THE WARFIELDTrial 221 Trotting Dark Hay Htnlllon 18 hand found August IOU hired at Vlllag form East Aurora N Y First dam Jlrl by I enr old re cord2llKslroof llattloton 4yr record 2mAmerI in1SuIle3yrreconi irlKVi Mud others In 2iti list a son of Onward record i1 sire of Onward Hllver SwSW and itothers In the tau lint Onward was sired by George Wilkes SID 2nd din Ducrmu sired by Mambrlno King Irv Ire of Including Lady of thu Mono 3004 bunt Derby Sft Heir at Law 2OVi0 others in Yla- and dam iHitlut by SlItwIIOIIIJXI the sire of In the Ill4th ilniii Taints 1J1IIIhlllon sire in In the lItSthdam Mlllard by Albion Dili hull Nod by Kdwln Forest 7th dome Lady Turner by JIiimlirlnoCliloMl The Warnehl vim bre l to only IS abut He line li fouls nil upheaded stylo tUi wad uinlanci and plenty offiHMHl The Warljeld Is a rtprueontntlve stallion In all the term Implies TOMIV that he linn Kite lubntaneeand mud only In part umnhaidst Ihu qunlllbI hiliId In true on of Dare Duvll He hili scum nod they am of such uyin iiiitrJcnl flianuter a 10 miikf him a ntulllnii among Ills hend and nock iKMly fret dull legs url rfrut und when MVIII connuutloii with hi faultiest unit iinil great liHiity ari pi lally Imprcmlve You ihoiild sou this horait butoru breeding You will say you never looked nt u bitter one The Warllcld U the only stallion that hus 7 dnmeht the great hrOod iiinri tut Hf two Miimbrlno King cronwiit two Mumbrlno two Miiiiiiirliio thief one Clilmu one onward George Wllkus I Kluctloneur Nutwood Htriithmoru pore trotting eroetes Fun any stallion allvu The Wurlleid is by Diiro Duyllsiszfl record tIIII Ho hy Mambrlno King 111rh by tuiibrino nilbell I hu Uam tlnnxtles by Ublmol Elite tlonier i r- Lure1evllisItgreat winner lie won tho championship at the National Horno Hliow lnM clans lint National Horse Hhow In JWWclain If championship National Ilorso lo elllllllllolIhll Nutlall1 horse IU ehsss5llrtlCntlonnlliaroHhow110cblssafirst Nntlonnlhorse bhow II4A dust- In itostou horse Hhow ll1tJ elicits reserve IhutlII lfore Show IOfl olhss I second llniton Horse Hhow clan second Boston Horse Hhow loch clans 3 reserve lloston Homo Hhow litd class third 1Ioton Horso Hhow Wtt olms 7 lIe sired Thii liens Ideal Y15i Islro of Princess Helen 205 i Uuvlla Daughter SHW Hnriih Hamlln 2ID4TriSher- Ysrr Unre JII Jr tr iu niaVo the present sVuson nt our farm mile front MoKlnney Ky nt to Insure n Living Colt Will stand the good ULACKJAOK CONQlTKHOIlat JS to Insure a Living Colt Ho Is u good Individual lay hands high white point length Jlne bono and fuut H f OWKNH i HON McKInnoy Ky Yr Lincoln Chief 2566Vol VI 3 H R By Bourbon Chief 976 by Harrison Chief 1606 hewn roll 15Z hands high foaled 1903 Owned by Held A Hundley Danville Ky lam Nellie Irewltt 3430 by ItOkcoe 3471 a dam by Diamond Denmark 68 3 dam bv Cruader 4 dam by Gray lUgle Lincoln Chief has no superior as an Individual and few equals In breeding with little handling shows fine action graceful and distinct gaits with great promise as a combined horse of high type He is a lull brother to Choctaw Chief that sold last year for 117souIIlls sired by Bourbon Chief who has produced more highpriced horses than any living sire of saddle horses being the sire of Hmily champion at Worlds Fair Montgomery Chief and Bourbon King both unbeaten nod the hlghcs priced saddle stallions known and also Umcrald Chief Choctaw Chief Poland Chief all celebrated and one of the Longworth pair costing 8 2000 and many others selling for phenomenal prices wen yearlings is high as dlooo Lincoln Chiefs dam has also proven her merits by producing four high Blau stallions and her sue fcos coe Is noted as producer both In Kentucky and Tennessee No breed of saddle or combined horses rank with ibis family today Trace this colts blood lines back on sires tide to Harrison Chief by Clark Chief and Latham Denmark to Washington Denmark on to old Uellfounder the running wonder lilt on dams side back through Roscoe Diamond Denmark Crusader to old Gray Iacle the chief of his ago and foundation for beauty speed and endurance Where is a superior to be found in breeding Lincoln Chief will make the present season at the Fair Grounds Dan ville Ky at 25 to Insure Colt Mares from a distance will be grated at lOc per day or fed on grass reasonable a preferred Careful attention assured but not responsible for accidents or escapes REID HUNDLEY Danville Kyu u DOCK GRAYHliettaatltoneH rvars nldavln hernn owned lv Hush Illl Kottcr will tusks tbfIshatot1allwJlullisureaUnnlt Hi 1stvanlnlarldlsnsythatrt 100 In the Hlirtland IilaiHNaml Is r Kiiinl v hurt iiiroa ih Ira t pnr In lefrtlu all inn Lien m ell edtu until wamn U wild Mara oinkIhwusraw11atIiilarntnrkoftin For ICE GeORGe H FAIRRIS STANFORD t in Danville iiml Hurrouiiiling coniinnuity we have secured tho wrvicou of an export watchmaker direct from n largo New York manufactory nnd make positive gtiantntco that wo can repair JUlY kind over Hindu If your watch is running little out uf artier probably it needs oiling Many fine instru mouts are ruined by continual running without oil A stitch in time tav a nine Wo also repair nnd clean anyturd all kinds of clucks and guarantee them to run whou we Iwve finished our work Tore is no use to send any kind of repairing array from homo na wo Intro tlioso exports in constant nt tondnncc nt our etoro Mo positively do the finest export engraving in this l section E H MURRAY Danville Kentucky J K BAUGHMAN IllaOk Jaek with white points liy Turk liiKtonitNnHilr lety hands and hits provoi n limit broOder of sugar niuliw will utiim atfWJOHNHetter known as the Hani cocliran lack Illack with whit txilnu baud He b known liy who have mUwl noel hnDd fat his nudes for his extra lircedlng Its will stand at IS MENEFEE r18I1tofMail at ro Money due hon roll Is fumed or mart traded or jwrtid with or Fred tOlltbr stock Mares nt nller month taru taken to prevent necluunt but not respctIbie any ooeur Met thihttuak raid then cults before you hreiil 110 PKlTUrt 1mivhorsTllle Ky Antecarlo 226 l2fMade over Versailles track In wlnnln raee Hired by Ante 2IOKi that sold for l iiiiiit publlo vale Hall ntorni HI1 lion of Ma11ubrhloihitehieti Theta two croines prmluced The Abbot SaWf trn II fW it of the worlds Sd dam IhdundtticeonufAndrew Jack fon IndejMiiulenen t distil b Amiirlemi Htnr unit Attdruw ton bloat In reiponsililu for Orwsiwiis irtiivi thu trotting stulJon of the world You eo AntelIIrlo1 two topcroMes art re spoiulhlu for the fuxtojt next crossers are rennonslhlu for lieliistost Itlli Then you fro In latter until than either or thorn for he hits the blood of both Aiit eurlo Is a solid brown horse i54 hands high weighing lio pounds tin style and action nt HO to insure n living colt BUCK VARNON Mack Jack with white points 3 oilhands tine breeder nUll great in dividual AJneUuiu bono and action Will stand n llvlnit colt All will stand nt W K Muttons farm on Ottonhelm pike miles from Htnnford Mares nt IS month Onto taken to prevent nccldont but not responsible should any occur Dishon m r smiths Cream Freezers Water Coolers PicksClippers RefrigeratorsTongs KENTUCKY AnnouncementIn CHESTNUT POLES WANTED We hey all lengths from sufiiitupand all slsvs from 7 Inches at 10 K U II rare partlcuhairsUllKKNIIHIKK IOIKOO LuxlllKtoil Ky t Kentucky Squirrel 2623 Vol VI regl toredftaddlestiilllonwmnkn IL nlivmof luC nt my fnrm In Itowland INHUItK A LIVING WOIT KuntuekyluiulrrelIiicwubinaltnlllunT yearsold a beautiful hay unit foot and star full in hands blub weighs 1SU auliltbreeder rHiituitKK Hired by WWI PISS by lllaikHqulrrflW 1st dam Nellie iud dernr No iHttJ ViuiMoters Klng7 sonofHlTverKlnghu by run Jnvkiion 2nd dam hrlahlkIl s liYirigion KH wail illlllrtelli 1st chum was by Olltlilge0lYnddolu till dam of Kaiil Illnl by Htnr K Mn of tahlmlls liliiKtii K ant dent by Hamlet fun mark IIi Htar tuI1I1 ltd pig the tact son of ahliellH Islington K H Dam Maudti V W h Icilanitlnilni Yill dan the great NlKiwmareKllle by VanMeterV Waxy K K by llurtlium hulf brother to the gnat lroIHIhlylion of are lIrgo well formed anti ho Imprestes his size Mud carrlngu on lilt got to a remarkable de thislionfore liookliiit their mans elsewhere DANDY JIM Tho great Jennet lack black with white lullbrotherPRINCE WOOD lllnck Jnck white points IfiJi hands three blackltloudnckswill serve marusnt flOTO INHUHK A UVINUOOIT Trading metros forfeits Insurance not ro for nccldunts iniircj grand r5Illlltr month W H DlDDKHAIt Rowland Ky