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JOURNALiVOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 13 1902 9 A MinQ1 Ask a T healthy woman vs what also would sell her health tellIdtamonda In the world could not buy it What111 use for dlullollli f to emphasize the shrunken or eatriugs to light bydlseuetrequisitetoilJ1I Ith in women has its ori diseasesCurewomanly and the gen illerfecU11tllomlThe rienccd from the use of Dr ierccs Favorite Prescription I I pcfeet It establishes regularity dries- weakening drains heals lrt matron and ulceration and cures female weakness It tflbrd me ITt pleasure lo be able to My a few In to tbe merit of Dr lltrce a lheattte iwcrlptloa and hU Golden MeJlal wrltt errs Plots Ara of DilUt Co Mo I wu tempted to t these mnlklnn liter the erect upon HIT mother At- an curly Uge nlld lire I wu gnttir bothered wlib painful 1rlo1a UM a irouMeiMHJie which rrndeml me very wnk nod unfit lor work of any Viml I became to thin then wn nothing led of me but akin and f ar hurinind became atannrd and Rot me a bottle of 1 vorlle prMcttrtton After he uwlht effects of tbet one he got me two mote sad after I used those up there waa no more pain and IIco gas to goo I 1avorite Prescriptionmakes weak women strong sick women well no substlute foe the medicine which works won den for weak omen NEWS NOTES An loch of snow fell at Milwaukee Tho marked Improvement of Queen r Wllholmlna contloues Tho Shelby railroad has been sold to the L 1k N road foi 1190302 22 v Tho wots were defeated for thoflftb coaieoutlre time at Llvermoro Satur dayThe International association of t chiefs of police will meot at Now Ur lean next year Safe blower mado a rich haul at the of Mann k Johnson at Pembroke 4In Christian county Misses Hornlco Well and Myrtle Harper were admitted to the McLean county bar at Calboun The Iowa school for tho deaf bprned causing a 1330000 loss It was located close to Council Bluffs John Welch wee atqalttcd at New Castle of the obargo of killing Charles Mahoney on a Kentucky rlvor steamer e Mortimer Datobrlelge Kuggles o Virginia who aided John Wllkes Booth to csoapo Into Virginia Is dead Mrs Catherine Soffot was sentenced at Plltsburg to two years In the peel tentiary for aiding tbo Diddles to escape Miss Clara Ilasiflold a prominent musician and society woman of Hamil I ton 0 committed suicide br taklnrf carbolic aoldcJ The wife of Juan A 1 Chilian consul at Oakland Cal was selaed with spasms while having bo teeth extracted and died Tbo funeral of Admiral Sampson Washington exceeded in pomp and el cumstance that of any ndval funeral In t this country In recent years The special grand jury In Fayott- county has adjourned after return ln Indictments against persons connect ed with Investment companies Robert Hicks was killed Tom Hook ett fatally wouuded W M Smith shot In the forehead and Henry Taokott cut three times so that ho will dlo and of ore woro hurt In a row near Oreenu A mob formed In McLean county f i tho purpose of lynching Jim McFar land a Negro charged wit i aluultln John Wblttaker a farmer but tbo sheriff managed to got his prisoner safety to Owensboro r The recent earthquake lo Guatemala Is reported to have wrought terrib damage Tho city of Ocos was ruined and hardly any coffea plantation esca jiod damago Tho loss of life was large j i p but no estimate can bo given until the ruins are cleared away The Louisville fc Nashville a t Southern railway construction ere have established a deal floe in Clear Fork Valley near Jolllco ov I which It Is agreed that neither part shall pass without giving 21 hours no taco to the opposing side t Tho breaking of a drawhead freight train No 10 on tho L N Junction caused fawear Dardstown a tal wreck William Pointer and on unknown man both of Glasgow we killed and Frank Smith John Mart and George Kee were Injured Tho first two wore stealing a ride 1The owners of that White Star Do American and Atlantic transportation lines which form the Morgan combine were given InO for their capital stock divided into 160000000 per cent preferred 100 000000 common limited to 10 per cent 150000000 41 per cent bonds J POLITICALIA vote on JHotoc1ln the Senate this week Railroad Commissioner Wood ot the Third district announce his Candida oy for reoleouon The State oKIclnla at Prank fort adorn ed resolutions on tho death of the lion Thomas U Corbott Tbe name of H O Klkln has been sent to the Senate for confirmation QI postmaster at Lexington George 0 McClallan It left at tbo head of the Now York City delegation In the house by tbo death of Amos J Cummin 1 Congressman Underwood of Ala bama prevented tho passage of a bill appropriating 8100000 for the relief of Martinique sulTerar- sThodemocratlo executive committee of tbe Second district ordered a prlImary election to bo held on August 2 to nominate a candidate for Congress providingforrice of Oklahoma Arizona and New Mexico may enter the union as States The days of the old man are not wholly past yot Pettus at 81 nod Vest at 72aro still attentive representatives of their respective States Alabama and Mlsfourl In the Senate Tbe navy department Issued an order reciting the death of Admiral Samp Ion and paying a high tribute to bis services Both tbo Ilouia and Senate unanimously adopted appropriate reloIluttoDS and appointed committees to attend tbo funeral The United States Philippine com mission baa patted a law abolishing Imprisonment for debt after the debtor has sworn to bankruptcy Tbo board of tbo debtors lo prison until the law goes into effMt must be weld by thnlr prosecutor W J Dryan In the Commoner opposes tbo suggestion that Daniel S La mont of New York would bo a sull prolIdentlal ted States write Bryan it would bo bard to find a man lets deserving of the nomination than Lament U Clay Evans denies that bo was forced to resign as commissioner of pension but It Is cusp for ono to thus oblige a friend who has just given blmI the 140000 or 130000 a year job Ibo consul generalship at London A fatI slneourc Ilka tbo mantlo of charity covers many tore spots Louisville Times CHURCH MATTERS Jackson Is to bare a 10000 Daptlst charcb Di1 ExGov Bagle of Arkansas wat elected president of tbo Baptist con vention The opposition to Kov H O Morri son tilting as a delegate In the confer withdrawnta min ister of the gospel torO years and has never accepted n seat for isle servlses DurglnIt leron county meeting which will be hold at McCormaok noxt5aturdayr conference of tbo M E church South tbo address of the College of Bishops was read Tho addgl matand says something radically wrong Flvo Important realtors iho election of two blsDopt the publishing mlhe Insurance and beteorro Methodist Epis Lbg1ft at aft TexWo shall also ordain as an older before tbo oommunlon our vonerablo San1b1opl now in our tipme ven arable father In Christ now 76 years of ago possesses an astonishing mono wedbe rauo to In motorparyLsavca Of Healing onCURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL Mrs Frank Ohlasson Patterson La + wiites Juno 8 1001 I had malaria foyer in very bad form was under treatment rotby doctors but us soon as I lopped tak tolag their medicine the fever wouldro turn again I used a sample bottle of Hcrblno found it helped me Then bought two bottles which completely cured me I feel grateful to you for fur nishing such a splendid mSdlclno and can luaerlngfrom PonDYDrug ese IIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Is in tbo throes of a Street tale this week lixGov Knot and wits have moved from Danville to Lebanon Postmaster Llnney of Danville will receive 8200 for clerk hire N C ulCorbln has charge of Rockcostlo Springs this year Sliver In paying quantities has been found two mlle from Fast Bernstadt John U Kyles residence near Har rod burll buroed causing a DODD loss Mrs Mabala Carson of Livingston bat bon granted a potsloa of 812 per month countyburoedhorses A child of Alex Warren of Pith burg was accidentally killed with a shotgun Central University beat Miami Col logo 8 to 1 at Danville Friday How ard Camnltz pitched and struck out 14 menSam Harris of Covlngtoo was given three years by the Dole circuit court Ho stole a horse and buggy during a visit to Danvtlla Tbo L N has won Its fight with tbe Southern for the establishment a branoh spur to the Knoxville Lafol lotto and Jolllco railroad up Clear Fork valley J E Oater moved to this burg from Yosemlte last week Burnsldo Is rap- Idly nlllng up with Cd oyltes As ono old resldentor remarked If many more of these Casey I tea como down hero the town will go democratic Btirnsldo cor Journal Leo Turner of Quarter House fame killed his cousin John Turner In Clear Fork Valley near Jolllco They met on the road and John Turner openod firo Walter Hamlin was witb Leo Turner and his evidence acquitted him at bis trial before a magistrate Tbo capital took of John A Black s bank has been Increased to 830000 Itwas formerly 810000 The capital stock of tbo Cumberland Valley flank has been Increased 810000 and It has been changed to a National bank John G Matthews Is now president Bar bounlllo Special Tbo Kentucky Medical Association In session at Paduoab eleoted the fol lowing officers Dr W W Richmond Clinton president Dr O 0 Lewis Owensboro first vice president Dr J I peesdoor retary and treasurer Dr Frank T Lapiley Paris Librarian This make tbe 18th tlmo our townsman Dr Steel e Bailey has been honored with tho of Dee of secretary u MATRIMONIALg Prank tasty and Miss Sarah Lay were married at John Lays Saturday Theo Itham and Miss Annlo Wat klot of Perryvlile were married last weekAn Indiana man wants a divorce bo cause his wife tied his hands and feet salted him and laid him out where tbe cows licked him William Gray four trace a widower nod 73 and Widow Jones 69 both of the Mltobollsburg section of Bpyle w ere married Friday In applying for a divorce In CEfcago recently Mrs Catherine Ormtby said I have been married ecven years and am the mother of 14 children My bus band deserted mo because the family grow so rapidly I have had two ects of twins ooo of triplets and ono of quadruplets I had seven children when bo loft Four months afterward I had quadruplets Lena Donohv aged 15 brought suit In tho Boyle circuit courtagalnstCbas Adams aged 13 for alleged breach of promise When Ibo case was called Charley stated to Judge oaufley that ho would marry tho girl If ho bad an op portunity His Honor asked her If she was stilt In tbo notion of marrying and sbo responded promptly In tbo affirm atlVo A minister was sent for and the knot was tied berate a crowded cou house of spectators Judge Snub heeded the couple a dollar and express ed his wish that they would live a long and happy lire In matrimonial bliss CUUGHalwoman hadexperience wi this disease tolls how to prevent any dan utetook whooping con last Summer our baby boy being only three months old and owing to our giv- Ing them Chamberlains Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than oth er children whose parents did not use this remedy Our oldest little girl would call lustily for cough syrup between whoops JESSIE PINKBY HALL Sprlngvllle Ala This remedy is for sale by Craig Ilock or Druggists QWiTH 820000000 to the Spaniards and 87OCO000 more to the friars added to our enormous war expanses the cc of the Philippines will bo as appall a tbe cruelties committed in the ear of civilization are disgraceful LANCASTER There was no preaching odist church Sunday homegrownIOrOrBnthall the frat strawberries of the season The Ladles Aid Society will hold Its nut meeting with Mrs Elizabeth Blnipson There was a business meeting of the Christian church oRleers on Sunday afternoon Miss Ellen Ballou of Stanford bought a fancy pbawa unto of J W Sweeney for 8125 Four young red foxes caught on tbo farm of H Clay Arnold were exhibit ed here Saturday Twentythree applicants for the prln clpaltblp of tbe school were hero with- In a weeks time Hemp Instead of tobacco In some lo caltles Is given preference in this years cultivation Mrs Eliza Farris has moved from the residence of Mrs M H Fox and Is now boarding with her niece Mra D R Collier The baccalaureate sermon to the graduates of the Garrard Graded School will be delivered next Sunday evening at tbe Christian church SundaytE Woolford who was detained in a wreck and did not reach Aibevlllo on time Mrs Mollle C Turner sold her farm cityfor sition at Beechhurst Sanitarium Louis vlllo Modo Nichols of Lexington bought of W B Burton two firstclass horses for 8200 and 8550 VV B Burton bought of Hamilton it Mason two horses for- GO1 and 800 Elder A R Moore preached a fine sermon Sunday evening on Prey dence or Gods Power In the Church in which he made u graphic and 1m prestlvo allusion to the Martinique volcanic eruption The delegates and alternates to tbo W C T U convention at Nicholas vllle aro Mcsdamcft R West F Farra S Hateldcn E Price Misses Olivia Sweeney and Amanda Anderson Mrs G M Patterson will attend as district president and Mesdames R Campbell and W Walden will read papers on the occasion The following officers wero elected at the lUb District Christian Endeavor Union for the ensuing year Elder A R Moore president Miss Narrate Caldwell Danville vice president MM H D McClure TurnersvUle record EmbryLatleaster treasurer Either Turneravlllo or Bur In will be tbe next place of meeting The following delegates attended tbe RevH orison Prof Grlnstcad George Wat MleeoaNellie ArabollaandCloydDanville Mjdamea McClure Carter Carpenter Stanford MUtes Alice Burgle Robin eon Cooke and two young gentlemen flarrodsburg Mrs T E Arnold Rich SterIInj Carlisle Dr and Mrs Elkin of Atlanta arc guests of relatives here Mra Juliet andywife bavo goon to Louisville Mrs Mil daughttraIn bereMrs WllhamlburMrGeorgebill brother Eld Moore Miss Hare MrsWvisitlogMIsa Hemphlll of Nlcholaavllle have MrOverBreetvisiting Dr and Mrs Evans Mrs S P Grant of Danville spent Faldoy DireeyHackneyPoynter EvelynKlodrlckRamsey of Monticello are expected JohnsonthTexasMiss ofghWONT FOLLOIK ADVICE AFTER PAYING FOR IT phYIIclan physician to get his patients to carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to the smallest extent he has but ono re sort left namely the drug treatment When medicines are used for chroclc con stipation the most mild and gentle ob tainable such as Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets should be employed Their use is not followed by constipation andeHacker Druggists v 1 k 1 j ti1trash l tJ i j 1lJ1 clothes dont stop here If you I 1 l thisJsJ1tIi 1 highpricedM 9 A illl tailor makes dont cost near as much 1 j I J ffi PAYS TO TRADE ATI fITI GLOBEIMerchant Tailoring sEh Your money hack it youre not satisfied TaII jniLLEB Danville KB p = t OOOW vr tI = v0 n mrfmntmnffnnmnnrmnrnntt nntumnr I Still ItGrows I f We have given such satisfaction in the way of quality and price that 3 t = our business has increased tenfold during the past few days We are over ready to serve our customers and friends and to that end we now r = propose to give them prices In summer goods that will startle the na = I = lives Our present stock must bo rushed Iromtbe shelves to make == room for more goods which will arrive in a fer days As stated in our first announcement we propose to carry a stock of e DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOESHATSr c CAPS t GENTS FURNISHINGS 1 = equal to that of any city in this state and more we will make prices S3 low thatby the time the balance of our goods arrive the New York = Store will be known at the bargain bouse of this city For the pros andC= 1 = at43o musical instruments at your own prices Boys 60c Knee Pants = f 2onlrdollars saved to you in the course of a year Yours for low prices The New York Store I ROSENSTEIN Ii CO = 7lilllilllNIUIIIIIIIUII1lIIiIIIIIIIJIUl111111111IIIIUII111 liL IIIIIC The Lincoln Oil Gas And Mineral Company OF STTtNFORD KY Incorporated Capital Stock 20000 Par Value of Each Share 1 Pull Paid and NonAssessable OFFICERS J H Biughman Pres A T VicePros W II Wear enTreasH Helm SeeyofDiHKCTons W M Bright W H Shanks W B McKInney M 8 Baughman Jn Baughman The Lincoln Oil Gas Mineral Co has about 3000 aches of land loaned in Lin cola Ky The larger portion of this lease is contiguous to the M S Baugh man farma portion In the neighborhood of Mayvood and Sugar Grove sections and still another Creek One of the surest indications of 4 tho probable value of undeveloped oil lands is the result of starts at development issuedbylar arising therefrom will be used in developing the companys holdings No officer or director draws a salary from the company or will receive any jornpeniatlon for his time and labor unless by good management the entire stock of company is 4 rendered valuable byreason of the untiring efforts of the officers and directors Tho stock is nonatecsssble and the private property of the stockholder la not liable for corporate debts It js Incorporated under the laws of the Stato of Kentucky Its books are open at all times to Its stockholders and ihey are invited to Rs office to re ceive any Information concerning the companys affairs The business b being push I ed with all tho rapidity and zeal that is commensurate with saftfbusinessrf r I Special price this week I on washing machines Every machine guaran teed Also wringers 91 GEORGE FARRIS CO W B McROBERTS t DRUGGIST J I Wall Paper Fishing Tacklei 1 Paints and Oils It OPERA HOUSE BLOCK STANFORD KY I 1 r 7 t r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON t j W P WALTON tlIaCandidate for RaIlroad Commissioner for the- f i DUtrtct inblect to the will of the democracy l H H HENNINGER C Ol Wayne County L a r nJlilit for state Tmj nrtr sublect to action of the Democratic pmy I THE CONGRESSIONAL NOMINA TION OQr representative Mr Gilbert has recently flooded the district with a cir cular letter In which ho bases a plea I for renomlnatloa frankly upon the solo ground that bo has just learned after 1 four years service how to perform hit duties that ho has only now acquired Bufilclcnt experience to make him a I useful member On tbo 9th day of the present month the Danville Courier and the Harrodsburg Democrat hav z fog DO favorites to play and no axes to grind but moved solely by tho ioftl est patriotism simultaneously declare for Mr Gilberts nomination and for the eamo Ingenuous reason given by himself Whether thls concert of ac tlon be only another remarkable In stance of the same thought occurring 1atprecisely the same moment to two great minds acting separately and In dependently or whether it resulted In a common Impulse emanating from a certain quarter in Washington It would be Impertinent to Inquire but wo may at least be permitted to look a little closely at this reason admittedly the only one why Mr Gilbert should be preferred over Mr R C Warren The argument is thus stated A man may have shining abilities he may have courage and honesty and love of country All these things are naught say these distinguished journalists s Not until a man becomes familiar with all the dark ways of parliamentary pro cedurb not uptll be has had time to master the Intricate ways of commit tees and has by his finesse and mature experience acquired a pull Is be of more uso to bis party or his constit I uents than a vermiform appendix This surely though perhaps unwittIng- ly is a libel on the larger and the better portion of the pzoplea servants and b a libel on Mr Gilbert himself To us unsophisticated people in Kentucky It has always seemed that when a man becomus a proficient In the dark way of either politics or business it la high time to drop him That when a politician In the minority has obtain heiti the fruit of a lengthened stay at I Washington and doubtless they are r since two eminent editors have said it J t perhaps it would be better for all con cerned to abbreviate rather than ex- tendf the public service of our repre Perhaps too the founders IIseotatlves were not mistaken made the term of a House two years only and not for life fmembertheythougbt and said and de I creed that the retention of office holders In power for long periods would an official class and would coned grandest menace to our ltber 1Ibreed that their surest safeguard In eternal vigilance and a re rturnof all powers at brief and frequent l to the people Perhaps it Is our esteemed contemporaries who are d mistaken in holding otherwise and I Washington and Madison were right after all- Whore would this logic end Let ei If follow It to the conclusion Gilbert Is more experienced now at the close f of two terms than he was at the begin I ping Ho Is therefore more efficient f and more necessary to his constituents At the end of six years he will be still more experienced and necessary At the end of 18 or 20 years his experience Jwillhave become so colossal that his 4services will be indispensable So that at about the age of 00 and then on 1only motion and against the tearful protests of those patriotic newspapers will this excellent gentleman retire from the public service But a new generation will then hard arisen All out aspiring young men will necessa rely be Inexperienced In tbelIdark ways and the pulls of national leg A elation We will have no option but to send to Washington a verlform app- endIx and to deliver over the district In all probability to tho ravages of ap pendicitis And so In the executive department An experienced president Is of course more desirable than one fresh from the people Teddy should have his second term and then Inevitably his third and his fourth and lo Wattersooi Man on Horseback Is with us How ex ceedingly stupid and shortsighted were the Kentucky people when mak- Ing e their constitution in declaring our l governor Ineligible for a succeeding term Otherwise we too under thet luminous guidance of these now apos tles of democracy might have In the course of time a mlnaturo Teddy a I man on Ponyback as it were I Mr Gilbert and bill friends uuitglvo i the democracy of this district a better reason than this for continuing him in iConlress at the expense of other de I i serving democrats We suspect that they can not give a better reason and Ithatthere Is none Far be It from us i l 1 v wr + tti K rvky aM +iwMw- d lp idllatl it ttnIti1 Ii to disparage Mr Gilbert as a man or- an as olllclal Wo have supported him cordially twice and It need be we can do so again without batting an eye His course In Congress has been clean and It has been respectable but nothing more Ho had his first term the ver miform termand has had tho custom ary and proper endorsement of a second term Under wise and wholesome democratic usage and In the absence of conspicuous service or of command fog talents he Is entitled to no more He has voted generally with his par ty ho has drawn his salary and has die trlbuted cabbage seed among his constituents If he has done more If for Instance he has set the Potomac on fire It has escaped the notice of the re- porterS nod insurance men It Is true he has lately In a rather pretty piece of rhetoric defended Ken tucky We didnt know that we needed anv defense but Mr Gilbert rushed to the footlights tired off his 41 and defended us with great intrepidity all the same In doing so bo Incidentally teaches the youth of the State many notable and needed facts In history as for Instance that Alexander Campbell the founder of the greatest and most respectable religious denomination the Western Hemisphere was a Ken tucklan It is a great satisfaction tc us unlearned Campbellltes In Lincoln county to know this and it Is the opin ion of many judicious persons that un der cover of this highly creditable ex plolt Mr Gilbert could now a3ord to retire at least for a season There are others In this district who have valid claims to party recognition and honors There are scores of Mr Gilbert contemporaries just as able as he just as cultured just as sound in the faith and with full as good a party roe ord behind them Preeminent among them and in the mellow prime of ma- tUre manhood is Lincolns candidate Mr R C Warren We know his ster ling qualities we know his honesty we know his life of stainless purity and honor we know hIs 30 years of modest unselfish and yet conspicuous party ser vice we know that he has a heart as well as a head that that heart is In the right place that be has never forgotten a friend nor a favor that he has never failed to remember the one or to stand by the other We believe that these qualities will make him stronger In November by a thousand votes than any other democrat In the district Wo believe they should tell and will tell In the selection of a nominee and we believe without Intending disparage ment or offense to Mr Gilbert or to anyone that he deserves and has earn ol the honor of this particular nomina Lion His friends mean to see that ho gets It- THE destruction of St Pierre by a volcano which burled 30000 people alive is the most awful catastrophe elnco Pompeii was similarly destroyed It Is horrible to contemplate Martinique the scene of an appalling earthquake In which 25000 people have perlebedIs a melancholy survival of French soy ereignty on this hemisphere It is part of the republic of France where it Is represented by a Senator and two dep cities in the National Legislature Its local government Is elective Its area Is 331 square miles Its population prior to the earthquake was less than 200000 The disaster which has overtaken its chief city and whose consequences must dcsolato the entire island is not the drst of Its kind In the Antilles and cannot be the lau THE court of appeals has decided that c lunatics estate can not be sub- Jected to the payment of his board at a State asylum until those dependent on him bad been provided for It also holds that an asylum can only sue for board at the annual rate of 8160 and that in the case of property acquired by a lunatic after his being adjudged a pauper lunatic the cause of action accrues to an asylum and the statutory period of limitation begins at the timed the acquisition THE death of Col Thomas H Cor belt removes one of the best known men In the State He held office for nearly a half century and was always a conspicuous figure at democratic con ventions He was registrar of lands for many years but at the time of hIs death held a deputyshlp in Auditor Coulters office THE Elkton Progress 20th century edition is entitled to the whole bakery UIs 42 pages printed In colors and is filled with Interesting reading matter well set advertisements and excellently printed half tones We heartily con gratulate Brer Loving W GaInes on his magnificent effort MR W N HALDEMAN president of the Courier Journal Co was struck by an electric car in Louisville but were glad to state that the tine old gen tleman is not dangerously hurt A light scalp wound and some bruises are the extent of his injuries AN Illinois man who has never used tobacco or Intoxicating liquors and has been a Bible student all his life Is well preserved at 102 Tho good do not al ways dlo young as this case attests SWAOER SHKICLKY of Louisville has announced for Congress In the Fifth district Ho Is a sterling young democrat and we hope he will get what he asks fort Jk 4if i Everything as advertised I I l For TEN DAYS ONLY will these prices last beginning Tuesday May 0 and ending Uhursclny May lo i We these special prices to start you trading at the Grand Leader Let every woman man andquote you hilll who needs anything in Dry Goods Clothing lets and Ladies Furnishing Goods ConwU Shoes Mats Trunks or in fact anything in our large stock take advantage of this special ten days sale Renum her after ten days these prices will not hold good as we expect to soil these lots out entirely c 7A GreatDollar Sfcirt It you decide to exchange a dollar for one of Ute Sorest Ptttt Its youll gtt the creatnt skirt value that your money ever bought la tho tint place the material to of better quality than you cout scarcely expert In a eklrt at this figure And then It Is elegantly trimmed with a very deep flounce and neat ruffle But the butpoint about till garment to the way that It la made Every ream Is trapped and there are no aceiforthedtut r to hide Every stitch Ia honestly and cenclt tioutsly taken led youll never he bothrrea with rips and rrala The t yoke makri every SorwU Skirt ft lik a- matonrdr gartin it 1s price U only 100 Furnishings Mens work skirts well made SSc Mens 36c Mens dress shlrta collars detached 4Se Mens dress shirts collars tIe taeli d 660 Site bosom shirts go at 9c Men 8 20c colored sox go at tOe Mens 26c colored sox go At loo Mens 350 suspenders go at 35c Mens 75o suspenders go at 48c Mens 20c suspenders go at 13e Ladies trimmed A strut hats fromilc to 84 Every bat in the house is a bargain Vtcan save you money oa millinery PRINCETON IND has gone demo cratic for the first time In lu history and by a good majority too The Pa ducab Democrat remarks that as goci Princeton Ind so goes the nation but we fear that that good paper takes a too optimistic view of the situation NorwmiSTANDiNQ GulteauV horri ble curse on the jury that convicted him ot assassinating President Gar field eight of the 12 are still living 20 years after the verdict while the body of the fiend lies mouldering In the clay TILE 1aducah News Democrat Is a year old and a livelier yearling could not be found anywhere It Is a spice did newspaper everyway but Us red hot editorials are a feature of it that we enjoy most DEDOE says he wanta to be a circuit judge The old mutton head doesnt seem to know that a circuit Judge has to be a lawyer rADDITIONAL LOCALS WORK on the track of theCrab Orchard fair grounds begun yesterday NOT a elude arrest was made yester day although the crowd was Immense MR S H MARTIN of Rockcastle sold yesterday It shares of Lincoln County National Bank stock at 1110 SOMETHING Is radically wrong with the mall service on the Q C Lex Ington papers have been from one to three days late for the past week SELLS Sc DOWNS circus gave two creditable performances yesterday to large audiences Tho menagerie was not large but the circus part was ex traordlnarlly good TUB Tennis Club has been reorgan ised with Harry Higgins president and Timo Forest McClary secretary thy Pennlngton treasurer There are about 50 members and grounds on East Main Street have been rented for tho court I WHILE Jailer Herrin is cleaning up the Jail courthouse and courthouse yard would It not be a good Idea for him to trim the trees around the courthouse a little It Is almost Impossible to see the town clock so thick Is their foliage 1 +TilE will of Mrs Clara Singleton leaving her Property equally to That her- belrs was probated or Mrs Mary A giving her estate to her dead husbands relatives was filed but continued until the 27th liar blood relatives will attempt to break the will t The Grand Leaders Ohlldren Ladle and HOSIERY Fancy hose drop stitch lOc pr Fancy hose lies pp JCIt 20o pr Ooto 30o pr 7oo and black hoso 4Sc pr Ladles seamless blkto 60 pr Childrens seamless hose Co lOo 15c and 25o Fans 4 Fans tOe fans at Gc 35c fans at 25o- ICc fates at lOc 40c fans at 30c- 20c fans at lie We fans at 40o 25c fans at lOc we fans at GOo Kings spool cotton 2 for Sc GUt Edgu Polish 25c also 17o ladies 8360 only lDB 8185 8200 Dongola Dongola 8400 8230 8150 Itemembor Dress Goods Dept 34 good colors worth n yard ton goods nil worth 880 Winch worth SOc goods 100 ynnl Wash Goods quality a yard the 50 owt quality a for musts qual its Organdy ton Tic n yard Organly and 8c ten 1caFoulards worth 40c ten MR D S CARPENTER of Huston vllle tolls us that be has 31 Deer log and 15 to TUB Lincoln Oil Gas Mineral Co has out a pretty leaf lgn In front of Its over the First Na Dank Some 115000 of the capital stock of this company has been placed and Is de for the rest of It TUB OIL SITUATION A showing of oil was in Baughman Well 2 at 700 feet but Is still going on Limestone rock was encountered at that and at the present depth 800 feet rock formation continues Withers well near Jumbo has a depth of 1350 feet with some oil Development Co Is drill on Dr farm one mile from Baughman Well but oil depth has not been reached D write up In IIN Magazine of visit to the United be says that at Ky some anarchists gathered around the Princes special train during his stop at 2 oclock In the morning and demanded that Henry get up and come out As Somerset and are not far and nobody hero bas of such rence wo suppose rear admiral was either dreaming or desirous of his story a little more thrilling than the happenings of the trip bloat or Alen of a boy might have his lack of courtesy as well as manners but we Issue with Mr he to on his readers has or that ouch creatures are allowed to exist anywhere in the grand old of Kentucky Wool Wanted We want to buy vour wool and will pay price for It Call on tu at 314ilooae k Ooa table BOONE k GENTKY Stanford RENT S I desire to rent out for the balance of the I year the lace on avenue I The Is n good led Ira about two acres of land Also want to a cow surrey growing crop ute to on of w Ifos Bracket Stanford Lincoln Circuit Court F Abraham Jmr igtlnit 1J L lultJNotice W F drceaoed that tbe uoderslaqed Ow- mlsaloaer of the Lincoln circuit court udder an or will it I the date hereof until the Ulb day oulleal to rrcdveind claltniojalnit ulil dcee1 lent ud that allclaims not presented to hlu and I nroren u red law the time above will beI II 1902 1 Co WAUBKN M C 1 C C I Everything as- advertised t t 1 SPECIAL PRICE SALE r Mens and Ladies SHoes We are overstocked on line mid Oxlords anti fur the next ton days wo will Hive you S on shoos 400 patent leather shoes for ten solo prico only 8208 Dongola kid for ladies ten ado prim 8f658300 Dongola kid shoes fur ladies tou silo prico only 250 Dongohi kid shoos fur ladies tou sitlo price only kid shoes for ladies ton tale price only sum 4175 kid shoes fur ton solo price only 812U patent viol Oxfords for ladies ton day wdo price only 8275 350 patent Oxfords ladies ton solo price only 8275 kid vici Oxfords for price for this ton silo 8108 225 kid vici Oxfords for ladies price foi this ten slaysale kid viol Oxfords far ladies price for thin ton Nile kid vici Oxfords for ladies rico fur this ton sale 8176jFull lino mens 1 to 84 these are ton inch dress nil Doc days 86inch dress colors worth 85c yd ton days 280 44inch dross goods silk and 76o yard ton days bluok dress goodi 60c ynrd ton day 44inch black tire worth 76c yard ten days 18e 46iuch block dress goodi worth ten days GOc white Pique the 85e ten days 20c Colored Pique teA days 25c yard Pure linen ami Uio 80o ton lays 20e andtdimity the loo kInd days dimity the kind days yard silk finished days yardI sold mowers rakes date swung odlce tlonal 120 000 already there mand struck No drilling point The Smith The Green River log Morris No2 Robley Evans Mc Prince Henrys States Somerset there Stanford apart heard occur the making real would Some shown good take Evans when attempts Impreas that Somerset anarchists State Ky FOR Danville residence repair there sell horse have leave Kentucky account health John Ky plaintiff Abraham attend the- tncoftherommluloncrln within spelled foreverbarrnl April Shows day shoes tiny day tiny day ladies tiny vici for day ladies day 200 tiny day shoes from wool Fine stilts silver Horton Corset DepartmentsIHead tho good things you can have fur little money SjHKlnl corset made for us only worth 35c ton day price 2V Batiste Qlrdl pink white and blue worth 7 V tn 4th Dattsto straight front eorsH worth ten day price 60- 0F C C long waist tOl84 worth 78n spat 11 tea d81 pike JIlt Correct form Flexlbotw corset worth ten day price it9 Ftaciboiw Curses UM OOH in the world worth lVWe handle the beAt makes only in our POTM departtI meat The largest stock In the city t o SilK Department jIn our silk dvpartrwut will lie found only too heat goods 27inch Taffeta Ulark and colors worth 125 ton daya at tt yard11111KbyardIVinehItMnch IVau de Soiv all color worth flIIIIy I nni TijE GRAND LEADER Hays A Ltty 4ri 4 t 1t Mar i a 1 ANNOUNCEMENT Having a select variety of the very latest styles of Shopping Bags Chains and Fobs Sterling Silver Novelties c iit will interest onto look at those goods anti find out the prices Doing u strictly cash businow WITIIOITT nx TIDY on abler mo to coll nt tho very lowest figures qualities considered Repairing of complicated watches a specialty If you have failed to got your watch or clock properly repaired bring it to mo and I CAN no IT Satisfaction guaranteed W H MUELLER Modern Drug Dealing The elements that enter into perfect drug seryico arc we believe those Competency quality conrteousncss told a fair profit policy We en- leavor to give all these the fullest expression While in some things there is legitimate need of varying qualities in medicinal drugs there is not I We handle one grade onlythe highest yet our I prices are apt to bo less than inferior are sold fore Pennys Drug Store StKYord CLOSING OUT 4 1havoers of this paper know tho kind and quality of waitingfor I havo an opportunity of buying firstclass I goods at greatly reduced prices for cash only JAMES FRYE HUSTONVILLE i Barbourville Oil Gushers The 4 largest oil gushers in Kentucky good for 1000 barrels each lady were drilled by W M Dabney with a celebrated STAR DRILLING MACHINE 1ho Stur has beaten all records Bids furnished for drilling wells Write for prices WI M DABNEY Kentucky Agont BARBOURVILLE KY dtI i- r i 4DANVILLE KY re Sp6GiaI Said- e LadiesTrimmed s HatsAVo bogin today a special salo of very high grade Im ported Pattern hats Now York Patterns anti Phipps t Atchisons Shirt Waist and Walking hats Prices will b but little if any over a I HALF PRICE rLnch and every one of these huts is strictly new and 11sd skillful milliners You will find thom unusually well put together and that they will look tho sumo aHOT a seasons 1wcnr that tlfey do whoa purchased Toro are four lots to which we ask your attention I LOT NO 1750 CHOICE Itrhcso are very handsome Imported Models made for tho finest oity trade and tho values range from 1850 to 18 each and wo OU choice for 750 Colors are birowhite black pink ecru and pOllgeo Wo advise a early call CHOICEiIn this lot you will have 10 now hats to select frog About 20 of tho celebrated Phipps C Atchison Shirt Waist hats anti others are Body walking hats and dressy trim mod Summer hats You will find those about 1 the usual t price LOT NO 3250 CHOICE Thirty as choice hats in stylo and quality as you have over seen at twice the money There are 10 of Phipps Atchisons walking hats nod balance are trimmed hats LOT NO 4100 CHOICE Choice of 25 ready to wear hats for ladies and chil s drcn Price has never boon less than 2 until now Satin Foulard Silks 50c Yard We offer choice of any of our 20 styles of 21inch I Satin Foulard Silks at 50c yard The lowest price over I 1mndo on these was 85c and that was in the nature of av cut as tho usual price is 1 THIN WHITE GOODS I Wash Griffons 70inch wide at 50c to 1 French Lawns 18inch at 45 to 75c 1 o Sheer Batiste 20 to 15c Persian Lawns 15 to yOc it Ladies Gloves and Mitts Tho latest dictate of Fashion says Lace Gloves and Mitts Wo arc showing full lines of black whito and colored lace lisle gloves at 50e pair Silk lace mitts lot v and short in black and white at GOc to 150 pair r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i ST smANFORD In Oiling your prescriptions we ueo proportlonlandnot do better If yon paid ui double the price which IB always reasonable Pen DVB Drug Store PERSONALS a C CAHSON IB up from Liberty J II Bustl of Hlchmood CayesterdayJ J McCALL of RockcaBlle camo down to tho circus Miss DOLLIE McKoumtTS spent Bov oral dope In Louisville HON DBNKDICT SPALDINO of Lebanon was here yesterday Mil T F SllNic went to hit farm In lardln county Saturday Joe McCoiiMAcif of Upper Gar rard was here yesterday M SNYDEH of Loulivllle spent yes terdoy with bit ton here L D REYNOLDS of Louisville la visiting his parents here Miss MATTIE PAXTON spent Friday and Saturday la Louisville JOHN W DABTIN one of Laurel coal kings was here Sunday MR W O WHITK and wife of Parktvlllc wore hero yesterday MR HARVEY W RALSTON of Upper Garrard was hero yesterday Miss JENNin HIOOINS of Garrard Is the guest of bliss Minnie Woods MRS W M Amour and Miss Mary Bright went to Louisville Saturday JAMIE CARPENTER is studying teleg raphy under T F Splnk at Howland MRS MITGUBLL TAYLOR of Burn soone MRS FRANK WILKINSON of Bur gin was the guest ot biro Ed Wllkla son MR AND MRS F K TRIIILR of banvllle attended ohuroh hero Sao dayMRS NORA OOODKNIOUT returned Saturday from a protracted visit to Texas MR T H SHANKS and Master Hartwell Shanka wept to Lexington Friday MISS K O SiJtOLWixxv of the Bast Bad was the peat of Mrs Garland Singleton MRS MATILDA DAYIRSS loft Saturday for LeRoy III to visit Mrs Ka Uuddorar CHIRP or POLICB J U ALL dM of Ulebmond was herj yesterday looking for a erook MORGAN SMITH Is the name Sheri sod Mrs M S Baugbman have given their little son MR AND MRS J W MOORS of Ca Ilset spent several days with the foal Bd Wilkinson MISS ANOBLINB COUli of Stanford has been the guest of Misses Miller Richmond Register MR HORACE HBRNDON and wife of Mnr MRS E M flcrciiINS of St Loul arrived yesterday to visit her parents Elder and Mrs B J Pinkerton Miss ALICE DRYB has accepted a position as saleslady In the store of O Phillips Lebanon Enterprise MR AND MRS J H BAUQUMAN spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr I and Mrs Hume Logan In Louisville I GEO F WADDELL representing the Kentucky 011 Journal Barbourylllo was here Friday consulting ouroll mOD Joni BECK returned from Louisville yesterday where he had been attend ing the Hospital College ot Medicine SATURDAYS Courier Journal con tanned splendid pictures of Judge J S Robinson and Jake Joseph of Lancas ter J T LEAVELL of Lancaster was here selling Pages wire fence yester day It Is one of the best fences made MulIInldown from Rockcasllo to the show yesterday dauJthterMilsupending a few days hero with rela tives Advocate MRS NEWMAN BIRK and son Louis yesterday Monte FoxAdvocateG- EORGE SPOOXAMORE who la a student there has our thanks for an invl utlnn to the commencement exercises of Kentucky Wesloyan College Winchester May r sovice ed as agent for the Q O at More land on account of poor health Ho Is gooaraforstay In Lincoln county IgLOCALS I TWENTYFIVE nicely prlntcdvlsitlng cards for 25c This office WE have all ourstock ac by the 20th So it you want any cat our office before that time Lincoln Oil Gas d Mineral Co + ZINC ORrMr A 0 Sine who Is sinking a sbufb on Ben T Lunsfords farm near Preachersvlllo In search of load has found rich specimens of zlm ore at 20 feet Tho sample be showed ua contains both zinc and lead with tho former largely predominating Drs W B OBanpon and W N Craig are interested with Mr Sine t MUTHS bread fresh every Tuesday and Friday Gco H Farris ft Co To BLACKSMITHS Car load of black 1 ith coal just received J II Bcugb man Q0- SOME i 20 or a good laying hens sale cheap Apply at once to Mrs O Walton TUE First National Bank Is being papered and painted and otherwise im proved In appearance I WILL WOODS was fined 116 in Judge Baileys court Friday for whipping Leo mden also colored WIZEN you went bargains In cloth tog shoes etc call on M Snyder Son old Etmoro storeroom SPECTACLESA haodsoma pair of gold spectacles were found on Main Street Call for them at this oQlce FATALLY SHOT Bill shot and it Is thought fatally wounded Sam Maston near Parksvlllo Sunday night- I It you want any of our stock you had better subscribe at once or you may not get It Lincoln Oil Gas lr Mineral Co coneproperty around Ottcnhelm and It Is believed that he will build a college there I jChristian aMayW H BRADY has bought of A J Earp his cottage on East Main Street for a snug sum Mr B bought the property as an Investment and will rent It out KICKED uv A HORSE A driver for Soils Downs circus was kicked by a horse yesterday and two ribs were broken He was otherwise hurt Dr Hugh Reid attended him lion PRICED OAKB hire S I M Spoonamore of the Hubble section who is one of the beet cake bakers In tbe State sold a blaok cake to D Tur net the other day for 817 60 TUB big11laSells k Downs clr cue got out of bin cage Sunday evening and It looked for a while as If It would have to be killed An expert with a rope finally lassoed him and 2QTHE subscribers to stook In the Crab Orchard Fair S Racing Association will pleaaa send tho amount of their ecaretarpfItlflcates of stock R H Bronaugb President A W Buchanan Sec 2t TUB MONEY While Sells yDowns circus was at Richmond Satur day Mr Henry Whlttaker bad his pocketbook containing 800 snatched from his lands by either a show man or a follower of It Yesterday Chief of Police Allman came down with a warrant and the show men planked up AN geeatlems us that he counted 47 cattle grazing on the pike between Stanford and Danville pcoTpublic pasture yet He figures that if almuchcould live and grow fat In the county AT the sale of W H and J S Mur phy executors of J S Murphy Sr Saturday the storeroom In the opera house block occupied by John Bright Jr S Co went to A D Root for 83 300 as did the 200 acres of knob land at 50c W P Tate bought the 40acre pasture adjoining his farm at 165 and Geocge W Carter the 260acro farm on tho Huttonvllle pike at S50 Tbe sale amounted to 10090 Col J P Chand ler was the auctioneer i Tim county Jury Indict cd Mrs Mary Green of Lexington for exposing her Infant to the Inclemency widowrewas loft on the door step of Benjamin Haines colored in tho west end of Boyle It was taken In charge at the countys expense This Incident re suited in the charge against Mrs Green Tho man In the case is not named In the Indictment Tim Central Oil Gas fc Mining Cos third well wilt be about 500 feet from Baughman Well No1 and the derrick for It has already been constructed DeveloplnlrCo Baughhis lers for this company and their mat chine arrived from Marietta 0 Fri day When the Lincoln Oil Gas ft Mineral Co and tha Buffalo Oil Co also gel their drills started this part of tbe country will look like an oil field sure enough Adamsalland George Cabbie Post No 63 of Liberty will celebrate decoration dav at Kldds Store on May 30th The Poets of Stanford Danville Junction City Phil Crab Orchard and Mt parUclpateJudlecry Hon W B Cochran and others will address the audience The brass band from Mlddleburg will be expected and a fine program will be rendered consisting of vocal and Instrumental music recitations c Everybody in ylted to como and bring a basket a 1 New Spring Shirts New Patterns New Designs 1 Monarch Brand at 100 S1a50 Splendid values in 50c and 75 goods i oj See new styles in our windows and come in and get n shirt that will not fade 1 I Cummins a McClary L i- r j j fj t I j j A j 4 3 1 Childrens Clothing this season are things of beauty and a look at our stock will convince you We have 2 piecedoublebreasteuits 3piece little mens suits childs sailor suite and tills cut represents the popu I lar Norfolk suit We can fit your boy lie JeMROBERTS r 1II e ffiftat lou Wa1t s 9ur UaiQliougm tIIi Tho drain on our stock was ing April but we have replenished in every department See the now wash goods summer skirtings silks corsets hosiery underwear gloves wash silks Great Stock of Shoes and Slippers iI ilForSummer Wear fifSee our Carpets Mattings Curtains Shades I Severance Sons New Store drxiitrLQ L iiJlCOt 7Ct7CQL19fJ73i L t J7 u QUALITY AND PRICETwo most Interesting points See and examine our line before buying BarbedWireStovesRanges everyweek t given prompt attention and immediate deliyeryjJOHN COCorner l gjfVicks Garden Seeds are the best on the market O L CARPENTER W O WITHERS i FURNITURE 1 of all kinds I- Curtains Curtain Poles and Shades I Wall Paper ready to bang Carpets and Runs Withers furniture COs t 4 GuN MINTMOR JOURNAL Bred n the putoffice at Stanford at tcondclaii mutter drtdAT 1 PERYEAR CASH i rWhoa soteopatdx00wallbecharged A S PRICE lureollDentist Stanford Ky UtBobutlDruI Stors in the Owil IIOmclOTlP BoUdlnx A JONES DENTIST Stanford KvIBROWN S BROW- NAttorneysatLaw Officcin Masonic BldK SOMERSET Room 9 KY Will practice In all the State Courts alit In United StatoA and Bankruptcy Courts Collections made and promptly r NEW LIVERY STABLE BWBTOSBSHProri JUNCTION CITY KYt i flrstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men i r Grain and Hay For Sale t I IMONUMENTS I log machine la to the old or the lICe car la to the old stage coach It la the advanced thought ot the age It is Indestructible and vrlll perpetuate the ro cords and resting placoot one It In very beautiful with a frosted silver ap pearanco Iloaso hold your order until you can Investigate it J CWcWhorter Rat ORADiORMIARD KY I J+ + jtJC 1JI Y t7NDERlAItEIt IEU1RALMEILAnd Doalear In i r HABNESS SADDLEBY ficO Stanford KyI I DR R GOLDSTEIN lye Specialist of Louisville will be at Veranda Hotol at StanfordI DAYIJUNE 3 Ow Cay 1 ITVthe tlmo Dont neglect your best eyes Eves examined and sclentlBcally adjusted Dont neg- actJ your children eyes Ollcehouvs a to RI to S p m J t uw rrAit ki4 +aM Y 1Mw s= mH m eXi shrA J Soft Harness Yea can make roar tiar nm M son la a Stove and M touch Mttlro y ElItL11111nr III You ran I InoHft 1111Itmk tl I Ira would aa long M It EUREKAHarness makes a poor looklns bar nee like new Mxl or pun heavy iKxllol oil e- pertall prepared to with aunl1 ib weather Bold tvtrrwh Maize COtor Sts HOME FOR SALE My house and lot at MIddlcburg Casey I county Iy Most desirable property to the town Situated near Mlddleburg Normal College being built for a dormi tory Oool garden orchard and out bulld inc Correspondence solicited Call on or address MITOIIEL TAYLOR Burnsldo Ky WANTED A sober Industrious man with small tarn Icy to take chaigo of Huston villa Cemetery us Sexton Good cottage home with cis tern garden ntoblo etc rent tree Apply to Jesse P Ircs Hustonvllle Ky E R DILLEHA Y DANVILLE KY- ManufActurer of B RIGEIAnd Lime Cement o o Write For Prices EAZLEY HAYSQ- 1ZDZRTAXERS ALSO DCALKU IS nrnitnreMattingsRugAnd they will Exchange Furniture for mil kinds of Stock Give them a c ll Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY PRESTON 922V- ol 11 Solid bay blank points l5ti hand hlgbflno style Sired by Washington 51 Washington III was sired by Com well he by Washington Denmark he by Oalnell I Denmark race horse Denmark First dam by Ualcorn 2d lam by Crusador 3d dam by Cockspur frontons Ut dam Belle Rhoderlck 101 2d dam by Denmark Belle the dam ot Preston was a voted show mire It Is needless to commend him as he Is one of the finest show hones in Kentucky Ills colts are coming to the front and bringing startling prices Preston won the 1000 Stake at Richmond and many more rich ones Preston will serve mares at CIO to Insure lIylug colt Will keep mates on grass nt- U a month W B Burton Lancaster Ky DIGNITYDARE DESCRIPTION Foaled hands 3i in high weighs in good flesh 1200 pounds mahogany bay with black lnts a in form with that wonderful style characteristic of the Chester Dare family so universally ac knowledged as superior to nil As a show horse he has madoa good record winning in his class and swjtppstakes many bluo ties In his 3yearold woro 13 blup ties out of 14 shows thro Central Kentucky In harness he is very stylish well gaited with pure de cided action and stops a duo horses can show making him a harness horse of tho highest type Under saddle ho Is attractive bold with best of line action speedy separating his gates perfectly with kne action necessary for an uptodate sire His colts oun arc coming tothe front and fast ranking him one the best of breeders which class bring sensational prices Ills colts are large rangy with long weltset neck fine backs broad Hat bone with great ac tion and best of colors I respectfully invite you to call and inspect them bo foro booking your mares PEDIOKEE Sired by famous Chester Dare No 10 A S U Rh hy lack Squirrel 68 he by Black Eagle 74ho by Jlng William 67 ho by Washing ton Denmark 04 ho by Gaines Den mark 01 ho by race horse Denmark F She by Imported Hedgeford 1st dam Lizzie by welohmont No 03G7 A S by William Welch ho by Itysdicks Hambletonlan1 10 2J dam by Messenger dam by Gills Vermont 4th Paulinebred Wolchmonts let dam by Almont Forest 2863 Will make tho season 1002 at Lawn Mere Stock Farm 2r miles West of Hustonvllle Ky onI3radfordsvlllo ft Hustonville pike near Carpenters Sta tion at 32O to Insure a Living Colt A small reduction on a club of 5 or more mares Mares traded or patted with forfeits insurance andmon ey becomes duo at time of such trans action Loin retained all colts till season money Is paid Mares from a distance grazed 12 month Grain fed If desired at reasonable rates All bll s mast be paid before removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive personal attention but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes- C C CARPENTER Phone n RI ncHuitonvllls Exchange w et3YM LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Embry Bros sold 1000 slop cattle at 6c J C Slier bought six cows at 125 to 134 The date of tho Lawrenoeburg fall It Aug 10I days Royal George won the great Jubi lee handicap In England- John W Stephenson sold to 0 P Huffman two fat cows at 4c I S Tevia sold to an Ohio party a threeyearold jack for 8000 Death selling 5 to 1 won the Clark stakes at Louisville Saturday E P Carpenter refused 8160 for a suckling colt by Dignity Dare Sam Duddcrar sold to J H Baugh man St Co a lot of wleaZ at 8Cc Two extra good fresh milk cows for sale G A Swlnebroad Hubble 2t J W Baughman sold to Dr Woods Orllvlo a walking gelding for 8150 W W Clark refused 50000 tor his 10aoro field of ginseng In Wlsconifn Henderson Baugh sold to S M Ow one 11 ewes at S3 and 18 owes at 13 50 Joseph Coffey of the West End tolls ruined four acres otu that cut worms hemp tar him James McKeohnlo sold to Farrla Allen a cow at 2to and a steer at 2lo Ho bought a mare for ISO Andcreon d Jenkins of Garrard bought 407435 pounds of tobacco thIs year at an average of 10 GO J M Cress bought of George W Evans 25 barrels of corn at 13 and sold- to Price Bro a bunch of eboatfl at 5c Smith + Graves of Marlon bought a car load ot 200pound hogs from Joo McDowell and John Dugan of Boyle tin 6o J G Banzhaf of Danville has a four legged Wyandotto rooster Willie Faulconer owns a hen which has four well developed wings Lutes S Co bought 200 hogs In Rui Boll county for July and August delivery at 60 They aho bought 31 cattle ai 21 to 4c 325 sheep at 3 to 4c and a I hone for 181IiCOURT DAYThero were 125 cattle hero yesterday and probably half of them changed hands Butcher stuff sold at 21 to 4e heifers 3 to 4o and yearlings and twoyearolds 41 to 4c The horse and mule market was dull SPRING AILMENTS There is an aching and tired feeling the liver bowel and kidneys become sluggish and Inactive the digestion impaired with little or no appetite no am talon for anything and a feeling that the wbole body and mind needs toning up The trouble Is that during winter there has been an accumulation of waste mat tor In the system Herblne will remove It secure to the secretions a right exit and by lie tonic eflect fully restore the wasted tissues and give strength in place of weak ness 500 Pennys Drug Store The Massachusetts wounded toldlor who writes that 1000 Filipino prisoner were shot In platoons over graves they themselves had been forced to dig will be severely condemned by numerous political organs WORLD WIDE REPUTATION Whites Cream Vermlfogo has achieved a world wido reputation as being tho best ot all worm destroyers and for Its tonic Influence on weak and unthrifty children as it neutralizes the acidity or sourness of the stomach improves their digestion and assimilation of food strengthens their nervous system and restores them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood 25c at Pennys Prug Store AlIJold democrat has succeeded a trueblue republican as postmaster at Gracoy Trlgg county Occasionally a- lItold democrat gets the reward they all expected but the plums that fall In their laps are usually small green and wormy Puducah Democrat FOR THOSE WHO LIVE ON FARMS Dr Borgln Pane ill writes 1 hays used allanJB Snow Liniment always recommend it to tny friends as I am confident there Is no better made It is a dandy for burns Those who live on farms are especially Hablo to many steer dental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when Ballards Snow LlnK mentis applied It should always be kept In the bourse for cases of emergency 25c 600 and tl At Pennys Drug Store Scientists say that there is 60 percent more nutriment in rice than in beef steak and one pound of rice will of steak Under go as far as five pounds such a state of case whats tho use la patronizing the meat trust The law of Iceland allows any adult man or woman who finds a boy or girl smoking to give the young offender a sound spanking and to seize and destroy any cigarette found In his or her pos elanIopkiocounty brought suit against the St Bernard Coal Company for money advanced to guard Its property during the recent strike Southern Presbyterian Homo Mis alon offerings for the assembly your were 835312 43 an Increase of 830043 over last year- Representative Smith has asked for a Branch Marlon star route from county to Cbllton Casey county tUBS Fannie Day Is dead atBurnsldo Her father died last week Calby Roberts shot and killed Tom Waters at Valley View John White one of Louisvilles old est merchants U dead a flNi 1111A 1u Interchangeable Mllegago Books now Issued by tho Louisville Nashvillo will bo honored for passage on tho At lanta Knosvllle Northern Ry Atlanta and Nest Point R R Atlantic Coast Lino R R Baltimore Steam Packet Co and Chesapeake Steamship Co between Baltimore and Norfolk Charleston L Western Carolina Ry Columbia Nowborry Laurons R R Georgia Railroad Louisville Hender son L St Louis Ry Nashville CbattllI nooga St Louis Ry Northwestern R R of South Carolina Plant System Richmond Fredericksburg Potomac R R Seaboard Air Line Ry Wash ington Southern Ry Western Ry ot Alabama Western d Atlantic R RI Louisville A followIInR Elkton Gutbrlo R R and Pont obartraln R R a total of 13 053 miles These books are on rapist all L N tickets olUces SCIATIC RHEUMATISM CURED AF TIm 14 YEARS OF SUFFERING I bavo been afflicted with sciatic rheu matism for 14 years says Josh Edgar of Germantown Cat I was able to be around but constantly suffered I tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and wax Immediately reliev ed and in a short time cured and I am happy to say it has not since returned Why not use this liniment and get well It Is for sale by Craig it Hockcr Drug- GistS In China probably more wood 1s used for colllns than for any other purpose Tho colons are made of lumber from tour to 10 inches thick It is not a htch estimate to sa that from 8000000000 to 10000000000 feet of lumber are annually thus utlllMd I Lord Stonobrook Miss Pyle may I call you Angelina Its such a charm lag nam- oShoItII But Ue my sisters name not tnlnoPunchTell winds That round pathway roar What Plcrp will fasten onto next And leave for us no more Chicago RecordHerald Gen John B Castloman has deelded to retire from active business and will leavo the firm of Barbeo Castlcman at the close of the year NellSo the bride got a lot of pre lets oh What did the groom get l Belle Oh he just got married Philadelphia Record J Henry Stone shot and killed Slnnell Bradtar near Hlndman In a fight over 1160 nsi REPORT OF TilE CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT STANFORD la the State of KtotMkv at the cleft if 6x1 tiAprU Seth lase- RESOURCES Lrns aid dllceDI 1w 1ft Overdraft eeerad sad ywt tt l flIIU S nod to steer Ctreulatlon Premium on V S lends 9700- tochs so securltlste IJJIW m BltIbouufamllu ud hater a e00 00 Other real nut and moil age owntd 5005 tt Out from National 111 not Resets Agent IAII Due from append rowve agents 51InlernalIttn nM taiHp e s Checks and Sher rath hem t1I01 Netas of other Nat llak t Fractional paper cimtcy nkkttt and eu I- SpfCi alu14- allellder sss 00 12 9- edemption fund wlUl ti S Treasurer S percent of circulation 10 JO Tuli AIlIL121scCapital stocksaltar fund IIIOOIJ 00- UDl1ldded nukji sNeupe + eiand tails ptldr2fraltoaal tank UDI r 0- 0ldlldu1 d ilI4Ilect to chetk12i 711 Tim crtlQeai ot drpoilt 7100 Liabilities otbir Lao tbon aNft stated 11 u mi Total JJS7S M aeCountI game Bank do weAr that the atore stat- eatltuelorbebeetafmJ knowledc aid It- In JNO J ltnn Cbler Svbicriked and worn la befert me this Mil day of uses W M N 1- CornetAUt J t UorKKK 8 T Masse W I Tara Ulretlori Na 5132 KBTOKT OF CONDITION OF TUB Lincoln tounty Nationd Sank OK 8TANKOUD KY At the 10Kof Iliutnraa April SOtb IM ItfBOOllOES- Ijoan ana DiJNuDIatlI61J 29 UrtnlrafU secured ami unx uroJ HOW Tt U S hoods to secure drtulil lon SO XIO CO llaaklng house lurolturs and Biturrt 1105 n Due from National hoot not IteaerT Agents IU1S W Due from State flanks nail IlinVen ltd M Due from approved Jnsgtnla C487 20 IDteroIllaYlnullloll cl5 Checks sod olbfr cub Items OOG 16 N ties of other National hank M 2000 00 Frartlonal paper currency nltklea and cents U K Lawful Money Iltterre In flank vis Specie m f 4300 00 LegaII4Ddernule5 9000 00 11800 00 RiMleinpUon iron US TreatrS per cent clreulitlon JJOO 00 total1201435SIUAIUL1TIES Capital stock pall In 4 0000 00 8urplu fund 8171 11 Undlflded prollU lets Hptniea and tax espald 1307 1- 1Katlonal Hank Note ouUtandlng 50000 CO Due to other National tanks 1211 SS Due to State Banks and hankers 4MI 01 Indlrldual deposit subject to checkM 17S01I 41 ToltS30Im51 1CountI tliort named Hank do solemnly twear that the above atateuient Is true to the beet of my knowledge and belief Snbaerll1 sal sworntobelormatltb6th day of Slay 1WJ J J MCllOUEUTd N P L C- oCoaarctAUest J n PAxrox 8 U tlturxWo WAIJCXB Director MENS FINE SHOES My stock of Mens Shoes for spring nntl Bummor i wear is complete For Ladles Misses vve luivo the Drew SelbyII Invincible Sl7oesIEvery pair fully gunrantood Twonlypno + yours hnndiing shoes Our milliner steel is complete Give us u call the eaTles 1 1eeler mOTm HUSTONVILLE K- Y4CARSON PENCEkDEALKKS IN i Carriages Buggies Phae V I tons Wagons1Buck I boards Harness Full and complete stock of tho above always on hand ondIare sold at prices that defy compotition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes f This beautiful 1i1 k1 foldi1 lute 15mentWhen wanting anything in our line dont fall to see the new and things wo have In our handsome stookIRemember our Mr Murray Is a Rraduato one of tbe largest Opthalmlc College In till oouoUT When you Rlal808 of ut we guarantee satis faction or rotund the money Fine witch repair ing and diamond sett- lugMurray McAdams Jewelers Opticians Danville QIcrJUs COJflfffG TO TOWN 1 Of course MtheWhile in town call and see our etook of Iniplonionta and Voltlfllw 11b havo just started quito a numhor of TIGER CORN PLANTERS and every I ono is giving satiafnotion We have tho TIOEII OULTINATORS walking and riding also tonguelces Wo havo eovernl cultivators that are not 1 Tigers wo will sell almost at your own price to make room fur the i Tiger Como and BCO uwe can please you III Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY j TRUSSES 4 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT VERY REASON ABLE PRICES Craig Hooker STKNFORD l ESSSSSS BARGAINS = O2Ht I NEW JOB STORE 11 DBlinorQs Storeroom Stanford 1 You will get your moneys worth and whnt you want In Dry OoodtClothing Shoes Fats Notions Jowolry Etc Givo ui a Jrlal M Snyder S6 Son Stanford1r Je H BOONS CO Proprietor Livery Feed And Sale Stable Drueoi Old Stand Depot 8t e STRNF0RD KY New and Turnouts at Reasonable Rate Special Attention to Travel Ing I hone No 08 GOLDEN WEHLTH Produced by Lincoln County Ky Soil rUE OREEN RIVER DEVELOPMENT CO has commenced operation on tho Dr Morris farm one mile from Baughman well running day and night A big well U expected Tho Itaugunmn well bas boon estimated by expert oil men who saw It balled to bo at least 100 barrels per day and of high gravity illuminating oil Wclli of this character aro tar more valuable than a All of onrholdlngn have been carefullyselected wo deotSy expect some In near luture We now a limited number athares for sale at lOc a share the par value la eloo a I n share fully and ooa aucuable Bu- ySalapdont delaywhen we gut a big well this tock will be advanced and probably withdrawn from the market without notice S3 shares Is the smallest block the companywill issue Itemlt by certlflod checK or money order or call on or address 8 P Gray General Manager Crab Orchard Ky or S Fouls Secretary aad Treasurer IllueOeld W Va Marshals Salt For City Taxtt t The following real state will be offered for public sale to the highest and best bid dor to pay city taxes on same for tbe year 1801 cost of collection Monday June 1907 before the courthouse door In Stan ford Iy for cash In hand to wt Abe Carter 1 DO Green Helm 180 Harrison Helm Ut- II O JONES DL a SIGa1th1O OamhOUa as little Loral ne I 05 Eyelet 800 listIfleal 300 and 99 others In the 230 AliceWllkeasire of B In 330 and tho dams of 83 In 330 1 or better Kentuckylrlnce3 7Jf and otter and dams of a In the llttJThird dam by Old Joe sirs of tbe dam of Gambetta Wllkes1 sons andcaughtri have over 100 In the 330 list InadlngfamiliesWilke Thief and Seeleyn American Star Gallon Is a great show horse as has been tested In the show rings Ills colts have been shown three years In succession at lludtonvlllo Danville SprlngUeld and other premlumllorprocn a great cross on saddle mares as bo give his colts finish action and and they are selling lor tho highest prices Gal ton will servo mare at my miles west of lluitonvlllo at 110 TO INSURE A LIVING VOLT Wilt keep mare on grass at f21 r month after May 1 W M DODD II