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W J SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 10 19053PM NO 3 a 1101 L M ETlnmOHlI I The MflKtiifirent H til HiMi 1U nlhrnpllllnl Htintouville by J1r 1surge D Wulll1rlrlnl it c t 01 about 81OU Ito IIthe Some molted try Allow ftlsod acts l It r he1 ytoloi of ladMd ihto fan lar oolu your wo will M Dolce county believe tlatla bert ed from M ooln end 4obrollojr or new wheo oW Old halt Furry a light of mention any one lmember come even a required roads the ton was kept change mlth mall InOItcrduand from was our Itfe of a seeker tally great burr A number reliralll med market trade our dads of the ried OB changed found plaoe About a of one Wo well r And 1cle nuotf Merrill Abram Miller George round of Archlo sinew the neatly a or back prayers erase f r Uer d op by hire amidst tome family circle where death had or at tbe Oivee prove when lov wr e about W consign the ofroute dear one so tbelr last restlii place Rut pardon this dlLI9ulun rtf them ere pioneers Sta George Carpenter George W our grand ittber Joiepb Me were ot thai closethe 8rt get and the other Somb of vase 041lIId boffdloj tbrougb caoebrftke and pea semoleted flow often when a v we leaked up those grand Vet looked up to them y were not only our senior In alto In Judgment and the va rtac of hfe and tbulr ex was ueb that we regret not to have earnestly etdeavored to But they have all we believe away leaving to their numerous nt the rich tnnurltancoof hon down to a later period 184H rememborco as the time when we tebool boy with A U Jones Liberty Mo Wilt Reid and Brown both we are told citizen of old Llnaoln and Al who removed with bit family at classmate to the little building dignified by the name oa the hill near the old run church Thlrtytwo year rainy changes Hlnoo then vivid still are the tee De and of those day nfutt recall a few year prior to mentioned and refer to that event In the lifts of ev who then lived anywhere In old Commonwealth of Ken We kllude ot courte tote old mutter Ah what a grand that when regimental day around Not much work for butt tbatday ilnlee It was for tired yoke u oxen at they wearily along from earliest wltb n cart laden with luscious or a barrel of encot elder tken of ginger cakes At 10 A the peremptory and to ui roe Comm rode of tbe sergeants In 1IiIt not thtto parade fall In being a command of Then orate tbe roll call line of march through town by 8fe aad drum whose martial railed our bovUh pulse to the degree of excitement and made lot the day when we too cduld Idler men l We would here byway of parenthetic that we experiment of hang a sol In a four years service In army and are satisfied not full to mention some of Colonels Generals were thou who oommandod In those who mounted on prancing gave tbe order to forward and the column went out toI pasture just cast of town front of the old etono house them we distinctly remember Miller Stephen Slaugh Tate John Bailey nod afterwards Colonel Daugber commanded the Lincoln county at the battle of Buena VII was a bravo man and led us a company of moons over fought old Rough and Ready mutter was over and the back to town amid tho glorious circumstance of hot sun and of dust the command was lIe and all hands repaired to the The New Builder As delicious as a Fresh Orange Supersedes old fnsltioncd Cod Liver Oil and Emulsions 4s Guaranteed to c ntiii Ml the medicinal elements nctunlly taken from genuine fiiKH tI1 livers with organic Iron rout other buildiu inuiTiiiiiitK but no oil or grease making thin body greatest sticnglh nnd lliwh creator known to medtclno For old people puny children weak pale women nursing mothers chronic cold lacking coughs throat Dud lung troubles incipient consumption nothing equals Vlnol Try Itlf yen dont like It wo will return money PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD jjjj Li t shade In Uncle Joe Coopers bottom close by there to partake of the bountiful refreshments thai were vend ed by some of tho old darkles of town and tbe country around And such cider and ginger cakes as were then told by Ann Sooky and Uncle Sam and dealt out to us hungry urchins No such ginger cakes now their manufac ture being one of the lost arts Reverting to our school boy days of theIover almost tbe entire State of Ken liroky As far bask as 1943 we signed the pledge of The Washingtonian a strong temperance organization the member of whlob were designated by a badge of ribbon red or blue But not until the tprtneof 1847 did a lodge of Sons of Tempernooe exist In Huston villa It was the proudest day of our life whim we betmme old enough lo bold an office In that Division oom poeed H4 It pas of such min as Geo P LM your prevent county judge W L William that noble Christian gentleman Dr Wm E Dally eminent In his profusion Jobn Bluln the pros onl county clerk of LIncoln county Wm Woodeon Logan Morrison John Reid ned others John V Zimmer man than editor of the Danville Trlb one was an roarnesi udvoooie of tom perance and was one of those who came to assist In organizing tbe Hut tonvllle lodge In June 1817 one of the greatest temperance demonstrations that ever occurred In Central Kentucky was witnessed at Danville Lodges from all the surrounding counties were present and with magnificent banners of silk and satin and arrayed In the handsome regalia of the order over 500 men beaded by a wine band of music foil Into line forming ono of the grandest civic processions we had ever witnessed Alter listening to an able address on lemperanco we repaired to the ours house and parloo of a royal tenet such as did credit to the fair daughters of your grand old State But Mr KUlor we find that we have already given this teller a tedious ex toot and otter as an apology the mum ory of those halcyon days that seem to grow brlgbler as lifes fitful fever draw to Us end K Me D C nn NEWS NOTES Majab Brook M years old committed suicide at East Hlckman An attempt was made lo assassinate Deputy Sheriff Hiram Centers at Jack ton There aro 20 cases of small pox of a mlldform at IrvIne Store Russell county A Danville Ark farmer slew hit wife and children with an ax while they slept The theatrical business In Now York Is being crippled eerlouely by the sub way strike Nashvlllo Negroes are protesting against the proposed Jim Crow law lo Tennessee Property worth 81600000 was de ktroyed by tire at Cedar Rapids Iowa Ono life was lost flounce Uyan a Negro was taken romlhacalaDooseniTullabomaTenn and hanged to a tree A C VanWlnkle of Danville and R L Grasp of Frankfort have opened a lew oQIco ut the capital city Mrs Lucrolla Kado of Lexington wills temporarily insane was badly burned by sluing on a rcdbol eioyc Moses Levy senior member of the firm of Levy Bro and ono of Louts vlllos most prominent retail merchants Is dead John Rogers barn near Campbells vlllc was struck by lightning and burn ed Two horses and other stock were consumed Tho Loulsvlllo Board of Trade has begun an Investigation looking toward notion for or against the proposed amendment restoring the viva voce system of voting to be voted on la Kentucky this fall The data of President Uooeevolta de parturo from Washington for San An tonio Texas has been postponed because of uncertainty as to when the ox Ira session of tbo Senate will end Do will likely bo In Louisville April In his deposition given in his dIvorce suit Col W F Cody declared that bo could accept no reconciliation with Mrs Cody She bad charged him ho said with being the murderer of their daughter Arta and ho wanted nothing to do with her Mrs Bollo Navo filed two suits In the circuit court which are causing much comment at Qarrodsburg Ono Is against her husband Robt Nave for divorce and the other against her husbands brother Peter Nave for 810 000 damages for the alienation of her husbands affections She says that Peter Nave lived with her and her husband and abused and slandered her and so mistreated her that she was compelled to leave home and that her husband did not oiler any protection to her whatever LANCASTER Tbo United Daughters of the Confed eracy will meat wiih Mrs J W El more Monday next AT COST Watches Jewelry die monde cut glass sterling sliver and fancy articles Must be sold by March UOth as we move April let Thompson the Jeweler Lancaster 2t Shoals are telling at 4J cts C M Jenkins bought of Will Glass Sr 70 tbecpaift J O Clouse sold to Wm Coldlron a yearling fllly for 850 and 4 yearling calves ai 812 M- At the last meeting of the Garrard Medical Society Dr J M Acton was elected president Dr Wm Burden vteeprotldeni Dr J B Klnnalrd secrelarv Drs Killott Perkins and Caxcnberg board of directors The tire department was called out Monday morning to extinguish a small blase In the residence of J C Robin tbeoell1InjIt was unnecessary to turn the bote on It Lllllo damage done Mils Helen GUI who has been attending the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Is at home for a short while Mr J H Mount has been III but Is now somewhat better Rev Charles Reid and Mule daughter of Mlddlestoo ro are wIth Mrs Mary Reid Tbe lawyers report that tbe outlook for business at the ensuing term ol court Is very gloomy There arc but 23 appearance suits on tbe docket and very little of value In all of It On the Commonwealth docket there Is one case against a Negro charged with a long Illness John F Lear passed away at his home on Water street at 10 oclock Wednesday morn log He was born In Garrard county and was the son of Claybornu Lear one of Garrard couniys most prominent citizens He was for some years a contractor and builder but later accepted a position with R E McRoberts where be remained for nine years He was with U T Logan for somo time but was compelled to resign on account of u health Three years ago Mr Lear married Mist Fannie Harris of Circle vllle 0wbo survives him Funeral services will be held at tbe Presbyte rian church of which Mr Lear was a member this Friday afternoon at 3 oclock Interment at the Lancaster cemetery HIGHLAND Mr Frank Smith who died of con sumption was laid away Thursday Cook Bros hays rented their shin gle rig to George Colley who has mov ed It near the Sweet Gum schoolhouse Wllllo Fagaly Una Graybeal and Chris Dlshon of near the Georgetown schoolhouse each rejoice over the ar rival of a girl baby at their respective homes B D Hyatt mill did not run last week on account of the Illness of bIll wife and family Thomas Butt has been looking out for a location for a now mill seat J W Carrier M G and O M Young remain quite III Miss Minnie Young Is somewhat better and Hugh Young Is Improving slowly Braal Greenburga baby is quite III with the whooping cough Mrs J M Adklns has returned from her trip to Illinois She wltb her hut band have left for Mercer county to be at the bedside of her daughter Mrs Watts who Is thought to be dying with consumption Clay Adams of Fishing crcoc was at Loguo Bryants this week H B Newell of Ansel was hero last week on his way to Stanford to look for a farm Mr Maddox of near Husion vllle and the Messrs Wells of Wash legion county aro visiting F Rogers and family On the afternoon of the Gib Mr Mc Kenzlo and Mrs Maggie Cook made their third venture ind matrimony be lug united In marriage by the Rev J M Cook On oho Stb while sluing In their buggy and while tho tbo rain was coming down at a 240 gait Mr Dally Hutchison of Stanford and Miss Mag gie Singleton of Klngsvllle were made ono by Roy J M Cook Champion mootFor Rheumatism Chits Drake a mall carrier at Cliapln villo Conn says Chamberlains 1ain JllnitiieutsIwith rheumatism my shoulder After tryiug several cures the storokccpor here recommended this remedy and it com pletely cured me There is no use of any one midcring from that painful aliment forIprompt relief and its continued use for a short timo will produce a permanent cure For sale by Lyuo Hros Crab Orchard County Assessor John Divine of Bar rodeburg died of pneumonia P r your order with t IJ HIGGINS For a 1ig hill of rocfiles Fichl Seeds Farm r jug Implement Etc Garden Seeds stoelIIKY LaPorte Vehicles Holiest Work Attractive Over SOU of these pleueure vehicles have been sold in Liu Sty1esji Ifcounty which is of itself evidence of their merits The iug list of representative citizens who are using LaPortoY i3 made up from memory there arc ninny others to all of j whom we refer as to evidence of tho worth of this work i Preston Heck Srjas SaiHoyIHon R C Warren Kowan Sautley Jobn Beck J K Ifeailey Livery LiveryIL K Hughes W P Grimes I S Ilocker Bank Preedt LynnDr OBannon Andrew Gooch ReynoldJF M S Daughman Jat H Baughtnan Jan S Qaaghman TraylorT Ort T P Hill J W Brooks Jack Beazley WM Underwood Luther Underwood Crit Eubanks Kefcert Sims K VanArsdale ohn Blngataan James BalerJ C rhos Dudoerar Porter Itoblnson Sidney Dunbar re E T l to of is to it be of to to us I tho of Co is an all can as as to tho made are on at to 85 to now on at to 84 up to 85 are now on nt lSa to 82 48 1Jo up up Shoes 08c up E P Woods Robert Woods Woods HlggioJ Sam W Sr E T Pence E C C V GentrysW C W W j J C Hays James Lynn J P BaileyI 1AC Vanojr H J Darst 1 Full carload of these popular vehicles cently received Pence Co Agents for Lincoln County The New Store Is in the top row for selling VOtt Tfobby and 91plio9Jate BeadskAt Uoasonablo Prices Spring Lino Yens find Childrens Clothing Shoes anti Hats complete Vo inivita everybody come anti inspect our goods as interest you as as wiIf SAW ROBINSON Next Door 1STANFORD TilL WorthIThousands of Dollars t of Seasonable Goods t Prom Great Bargain Sale Sweeter Peinbrook it of New York This opportunity which seldom occursre who to come early possible this greatest sale we have ever offered Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor suits worth S15 and 820 sale 750 Ladies uptodate Jackets 810 sale 8200 Ladies and Misses Skirts worth 150 sale Ladies corsets from Latest styles of petticoats from 5Jc Ladies dress and coarse at and James Menefee Sl Embry Walton Shanks Withers Judge by Our well advise attend S4CO Mens and Childrens Furnish- Ings Great lino of Shoes for children front 15c up lions Dress and work ing Shoes trout 98c up Men Cloth ing from 83 n suit up liens nice Overcoats from 250 up Meua Sunday Pants front 75o up Chil drens nice threepiece suits from 75c upBosJkens and Ladies Stockings from 4o up S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY K THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THAT boll hath no Jury like a wo man ecbrned Gen Mlles now realties to the fullest extent In a pompous manner he said after Mrs Jefferson Dnle had proved him willful liar I will not reply to any Insolent letter of that kind That however did not i keep Mrs Davis from following up her advantage In proof ot her statement that she never wrote a letter of thanks to Gen Miles for his treatment of her husband ae she was Imprisoned on a ship and bad no way of knowing what treatment was accorded him Mrs Davie says she never knew a worse or more gruel creature than thus loatt some mac calls bins a caitiff art sys tbe doe i not know how soon this Industrious and unscrupulous vllllfler of the dead and living may renew his attaok Mrs Darli need fear DO re newal however She has shown that Mlles oruellv put her husband In Irons and kept him la them to gratify a dw plcable spite and when confronted with indisputable evidence ot his smallneja ho lied like a dog and tried to put the blame on superior ofllcera and even claimed that Mrs Davis bad thanked him for being so kind to her husband Had Miles been a wise man he would have let the charge of Inhuman treatment of a prisoner co unanswered but he was doubtless forced by a guilty conscience which makes cowards of us all to try to defend himself Discussion t of the Incident U closed for the present but to his dying day Gen Mllea will feel the odium of the outraged South ern people and then go hence unwept unbonored and unsunc bv them TUB death of John H Reagan the last surviving memberof the Confeder ate Cabinet U another turn of the cvcle which la feat making the civil war of 18611805 a memory Mr Reagan was InCougress when ho thought with the rest of the leaders of his State of Tex as that It should secede from the union Casting his fortunes with thecause that wee doomed to be lost be was appointed postmaster general by President Jefferson Davis Rod afterwards secretary of the treasury He was with Mr Davis when be was captured after the close of hostilities and held a prisoner of war for several months Returning to Texas he again became a power In the State and was again elected to the U S Congress and later to the Senate In both Houses taking a leading part and accomplishing great good for his section and a reunited country which like Gen Gordon he did so much to effect He lived to the ripe old age of 86 and to see the happy results of his efforts to cement the stations agate In brotherly lore- PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT sent to the Senate the nomination of the Negro Charles W Anderson to be collector of Internal revenue for the Second die trlct of New York The New York Sen ators have agreed to the appointment and will not oppose confirmation Ted dvs love for the colored brother hown In his every act save letting them dance at hU Inaugural ball Whats thelmatter with giving a cabinet portfolio to the descendant of Ram EDITOR CAMPBELL calls attention to the fact that those papers which now are loudest In their call for Judge Bar gls to resign as State committeeman thought It all right for Taylor to re main member of the republican Statet central committee f nm the Third dlsI trlct long after his flight to Indiana thereby confessing his guilt In the as easel nation of Goebel Consistency is aI jewel which many editors do not pOSet sets COMMISSIONER GARFIELD who has been pretending to Investigate the meat trust says It has made very little money There Is a suspicion that Mr Garfield Is prejudiced in his views and thai many millions look small to him At any rate the price of cattle and the price of mesh are too far apart to leave room for doubt that somebody Is mak leg money bands over flat Tim bill to raise the Presidents sal ary to 1100000 a year was one of those that died with the adjournment Congress With house and thousands of dollars worth of things furnished him free of cost 200000 for the term and the honor of holding the highest ounce In the world ought to satisfy any ordi nary man HE laughs beat who laughs last and now Mr J Sherman Cooper of Somdr set Is smiling so loud you can almost hear him The following Washington dispatch Is the cause of It President Roosevelt has decided to appoint J S Cooper collector of Internal revenue for the Danville district A KNOXVILLE preacherhaa just been of perjury and an Owing vllle K9ntuckvtdivine Is In jail on the charge of Illicit A protract ed meeting for the conversion of preach era might be a good thing about now THERE Is not a democrat In the Mich- Igan lature but this Is more than offset in Mississippi Louisiana Florida mud South Carolina where the Legisla tures contain neither republicans nor mugwumps I 4 MATRIMONIAL MJ Kelley and Miss Mallnda Adams worn married at McKinney a few dat1 ago Dully Hutchison of this place and Miss Maggie Singleton were married at BlgbUnd by Rev J M Cook Wed nesday The groom Is a son of Mr Tim W Hutchison- MlCBJah McKenzie aged 60 and twice a widower and Mrs Maggie Cook aged 33 who has also been married twice were joined heart and hand Tuesday The groom Is n substantial citizen of the Pleasant Point section while his bride who lives near High land lie handsome and attractive wo manIItLLMURPIIVMr Joseph Mur phy and Miss Stella Hill popular young people of the Turnersvtlle section were married at the Phoenix HoM Lex log todt Tuesday The marriage was not an fouemaut but the you OR eouple wlshtd to marry In this quiet way They were Rooompanltd by tykes Nell Murphy and Mr Harry Hlllslsur Bad brother of the bride and groom They returned to Mr Murpbya pretty home on the Hustonvllle pike where they aroat home to their legion ot friends The bride Is tbo eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs T J Hill and Is a charming young lady She la bright and pretty and Is greatly admired for henmany beautiful traits of character The groom Is a son of Mr W H Mur pby now of Texas and Is a sturdy young farmer The marriage Is the culmination of a long love affair and that It will prove a roost happy one there Is no reason to doubt- QICKLESPCONA31GnEA prttty but an exceedingly quiet wedding was that orDr W F Htckle and Miss Fan ate Spoonamoro which occurred at the home of the bride at 10 oclock Thurs day morning Rev P J Rots per formed the ceremony The bride who Is a lovely and lovable young woman was tastily gowned In a tau traveling suit and her beauty showed to Its best advantage She la the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs John Z Spoonamore and Is as popular as she Is pretty Dr fickle Is a well known physician of the Hubble section Ho has recently graduated with honors at a Louisville medical college and Is rapidly building up a lucrative practice Hols an ex cellent gentleman and will prove him self worthy of the jewel he has won Dr and Mrs Hlckle drove to Danville after the ceremjny and took the train for Knoxville to visit friends at the doctors old home The INTERIOR JOURNAL the hosts of friends of aliitheThose who attended the marriage of Mr Samuel W Menefoe to Miss Helen Taylor at Danville Tuesday tell n that It was an exceedingly pretty wedding The ceremony was said at Trio ity church by the Episcopal minister bappyievent says bride and groom entered the obnreh and proceeded to the chancel one tak log thq left and the other the right aisle joining at the pulpit They were preceded by the ushers Drs Green and Jackson Messrs U E Wiseman Jr and Harry B Rocker who took tattoo on the right and left The dainty little flower girl Xella Redd a veritable falrv marched up In front of the bride and held her huge bouquet of American Beauties during the cere mony The bride looked very pretty and attractive and was handsomely gowned in a stunning pearl gray tray sling suit while the groom was mod estlyattlrcd In the conventional black frock for morning weddings The music which was very sweet was furnish ed by Proto Mayer of Cald well College and Ms Menefne left at once for tour of the South HERE AND THERE West Virginia Is experiencing a so vere flood Carnegie will not be a witness In the trial of Mrs Chadwlck D O Groff of the Jessamine News Is a candidate for Representative Morton Gregory has been appointed postmaster at Bush Laurel county In the bloodiest battle of tbo war 10000 Russians are said to have been killed south of Mukden Judge Nichols of the Boyle county court gave Bob Prather coldredthree years on the rock pile for robbing a storeUnited States Senator William B Bate of Tennessee died In Washing ton of pneumonia Ho was twice JOY ernor of the State and fought gallantly In the Mexican and civil wars Mukden at noon Thursday was still occupied by the Russians Fu Pass 12 miles to the eastward and on the Run river a vital point for Gen Kuro patkln In the retreat ot his eastern wing was bombarded by the Japanese for an hour early In the day Russian artillery replying vigorously The out come at that point seems to boln doubt Incredible Brutality It would havo been Incredible brutali ty If Charles F Lemberger of Syracuse N Y had not done the best he could for his Buffering son My boy he says Heat a fearful gash over his eye so I applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which quickly healed it and saved his oye1I Also good for burns and ulcer Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store PREACHERSVILLE Dame Rumor savatnatone of Preacn ersvllles fair ones will be soon led to the hymenlalaltar Mrs Sam Adams bas been quite Miss Flossie Sutton Is suffering from a painful sty Mrs James Rlgsby Is convalescent Mrs Levi Bell Is very sick Mr James Green Is not expected to live The origin of the fire which destroy ed the home ot Mrs Duvall Is u mystery as there bad been no tiro In tho stove from which the fire seems to have started for 15 hours All of the household effects were burned Farmers say that farm work Is be hind H Cummins sold W D El more seven hogs at He J M Crete sold to U M Anderson a nice jiok for t200 Wesley Blunkunshlp Bud J D Horton are making some nice maple syrup Rev J 0 Cnrmlcal preached at thll Baptist ohuroh Saturday led Sundiy morning By reque t Rev Jordan pastor of the Method Ut church preached Saturday evsmlug At the business meeting Rev CaroiloAl tenured hit resignation to take effect la August He has faithfully served the church here for the last six years Oa his motion the church unanimously called Rev Owens to assist him until the ex piration of bis pastorate hero CHURCH MATTERS Former Senator Frank J Cameron of Utah has been dlifellowsblped from the Mormon church for unchristian like conduct and apostacy Stephen B Landor of the senior class of Central University and who Is a student for the ministry will preach at the Presbyterian church Huston vllle during the rest of his college courseThe ueual services at the Presbyte rian church Sunday at 11 A M ana 715 p M Young Peoples Society at 1130- I M The public is cordially invited to attend these services At the eve ning service there will be a continua Lion ot the Pilgrims Progress All discouraged persons whether saints or sinners are Invited to attend services at the Baptlstcburcb Sunday morning at 11 oclock when the pastor will try to preach to you on the subject Encouragement as sug created bY Deut 13S Evening service at 715 Subject What It Costs not to be a Christian All cnme praying and expecting blessing and we wilt not be disappointed Sunday school at 930A MJ C McClory supt Ymir teacher and pastor with him want see you dear scholar Come and bring your friends and all the strangers For An Impaired Appetite Loss of appetite always result from faulty digestion All that is noll1 U a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will invigorate the stomach fltrengthen the digestion And give you an appetite like a wolf Tbe o Tablets also act as a senile laxative For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard COAL RCSINRSS FOK SALK Con elating of bios scales eta A tpleodld stand and good business The proprie tor on account or HI health It deter min d to sell This Is a floe opportu nity for some one Fur particulars see L R Hugdes Stanford Ky It lag said tbat tbo plague deaths In In die last week numbered 3t000 DIGNITY DARE No 1932 Vol 5 A 8 II K Mahogonq bay back point white only on left hind foot 0 year old IS 314 bands hlgli weighs 1200 pound strong flat bone heavy mane and tall good back with long rangy tapering neck well set In high rnounted shoulder a saddle horse head and car on him a model under halter always wean blue string In model rings wonderful style In harness a show hone sure When one year old wore all honors In hll class wherever shown also the blue tie In sweep take harness rings at same age a 3vearold heiwaiibown 11 times andwore 13 blue strings lies never been defeated fancy harnesi rings baa always been the victor In stallion stake ring as a breeder when shown with three or more of bU get for site style and general conformation and for all purposes He U a saddle hone with lIe altl fast line acting racker good In two walks and a nice loper very positive In his trot under saddle and In harness great all around action al It required for an uptodate sire of high priced tale horse for saddle or harness Ho It a mro enough harness horse graceful stylish Ind fast can show eighths In 18J a 221 gait with but little handling did this tat fall one year agoafterservIngOl mars In the lie possessed of wonderful nerve and peedenough to get a trotter for rack use or gentlemens roadsters large tandsome stylish heavy and strong enough to get carriage horses with a kindly dlspo iltlon for all purposes of a family horse lie- the horse to sire porkers stylish graceful substance and docility It has been Ivan up by horsemen that he Is one of the tea uniform breeders In Kentucky lie ypes his colts after himself has never sired a sorrel colt The most profitable horse for tho farmer and small breeder to produce Is the bone which serve the widest range of vjrposos well Ills ro Is are show COIISI of tho very highest typo blue string winners youngestIemoKEE Dare 10 N bVHlackby Washington Denmark 61 he by Oatnes Denmark 01 ho by race hone Denmark K 8 be by Imp tledceford Dignitys first dam LIztemont bv Welchmodt No 6367 A byUYldlckond dam Is by Abdullah Mcssonger 3d dam bv Gills Vermont itli Thoroughbred WclchmontH first dam by Almont Forest 250- 3TaaaaDignity Dare will make tho sea KytMare traded or removed forfeit Insurance paidtat 82110 per month and bills to be paid before removal of mares Grain fed If desired at reasonable rates Mares entrusted to me will receive my personal attention but I will not be responsible for accidents or es UltonvllleKy I j Mens Furnishings +++++ ++++ +++++ J- t To this branch of our business we pay especial attention and feel itjs always quite complete We sell the Fountain Shirt Noted for its length of skirt and wellfitting neckWhite Plait ed Bosom Cuff Separate or Attached Neglegees in White Black and White Tans and Blues The very newest things sepvarate or attached cuffs Prices and 150 sizes 14 to 19 Orn regular50c Silk Handkerchiefs white fancy and solid blacks 25c 25cHalf of t Whitefoot Black 12 12c and 25c Harris Suspenders And Garters 0 Rustproof buckles Unquestionably the best maker of suspend and50cH J MRQBERTS STANFORDI IlTSiswyB o For Rent or Lease A splendid large dry goods Htorertxm and n large warehouse attached recentiy occupied by Levy urns Stanford Ky Ap ply for particular to J II owtlev or t Lincoln County National Hank J It OWSLKY 3f nfurl Ky R A JONES DENTISTStanford tiny Once In Slyer Home Parlor Ihone E D peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J TH BOONE co Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STftBUE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rata Uealen InAlsoStreetCall on n on Depot Goal To The Ladies I hate iuit opened B Uess Making fl- tabUbmeat nt my on Whitley Avenue Rod will be to walt on the la SUnfordnnd vicinity The Vndiet of Dame Sytem otcuulng and fitting is tol MISSIJULI LA WBON lowed Stanford Ky Pruitt Brothers a Undertakers Livery Furniture New Goods Just Received Call nnd see them- PRUITT BROS Moreland K- yDax1 Traylor DIALER WHlsk Branflu Wines Beer Guars Etc Carpenter House Close to STANFORD KY Prompt sed polls attention Nothing bullhl bu rtcelvscr Mlegufb orderlo drink Mal phone BiomptittinUon POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid huotlng lIhlng or kind of trel our places and will prosecute Violators to the full extent of the lawiCharles Ensslln J H McAllster Ador IlrosMrs Fred VooOruenlganAlbert VonOruenlRan Fred VonAllman Alfred Siropson George Ilolme Miss Mattlo II Rowe F Retchenbacli Cummins Jos Ilallou A O DunnS M Holmes W E AmooWIt Daugherty M J Hoffman w l Klmore Peter W barter J Nevin Carter J E Bruce W F Shotnaker Thomas Kerrlll Green Ferrlll F J Cooo John B Camenlsch v ivAAw r Cant Be Touched for painting tb Tit jviHoua plain Mastic Is tit pt tlim fitn tlr mt durable tuidtrvn leal Tlniv is nhuk iJTrmirf other fillxw iLu itug just M gexeias fttasllo but they ilmil pan It Itlftybtt tliry iu The udM f Majiio In puh Halted Its made of pure lewd Inc and nllio- UUN most durable kiwi of paintnil iU purity la therefore uiHncstknied- Aa purity miaii durol ility thu pkndid w ur Ing qiutlilii of Mastic have given It Uu title if 1ee liinl Tht but It awl thin title In bake i up by our absolute gunrunttio Mastic IB male by PEASLEE GAULBEKT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY null wu heartily xccommiiul it to your trade FOR SALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE L KyIpnGOOD TIME The times art good nml good people have good timopiccc We hnvo not only good but the bunt timepieces on the market and you should really hnvo one Our Ladies Watches are tho host over GoMlilled and warranted for JO years Thoy Bro surpassed by none god equalled by fow Tho price is right too lust 87fiO Awl here is one you practically need Tried and savor found wanting Twentyyear Goldfilled case Elgin niovcinonU Hn a beauty Only 810 The Chafing Dhhes we have speak for themsolvto In the bedroom kitchen or parlor they nro indispoiiHiblc Why heat up the house in cooking what could bo cooked in ton minutes by n Cluing Dish Ninedollar values ive are going to close out at S550 Finest Silver Novelties of all kinds lint pins from 25c up A few choice selections loft for your approval yea Sots Manicures Sets and Military lirushcs nro very nice protests Yollnced them yourself Why trot como in and let us show them It would please both us and younolf MURRAY flcADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky What is Home Without a Good Roof On It 94tetsatsllaels Will you need n new roof on your house Arc you going to build If eo it will do no liann to get my prices on rooting When n shingle roof gets old and n dry spell conics think of the conse 411 quence if n spark falls on it l While you can throw n handful of fire on u metnl rook without dangerS H ALDRIDCE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky j w T TTo Our Customers j Spring Goods Carpets Shoes For Spring and we will a and line than ever The I will the quality best and reasonable Put at the top yourMj memorandum of to buy for Spring Go to Severances f e j J THE INTERIOR STANFORD KY Mn III UIO JCSTICH to yourself Rod to your pby Melon ilitnsndu the bet muMrlals and mottenraful service In prpsring prescriptions That It the way pIterlptlon are rUled at Pinnys Dnifel Store a MttS B P HBtlnMA wrl III Mil W W WiTHBKS want to Lou isvllle Wednesday MR M U PARKS was here from Plrknlllo WtdMsdar MR JOHN It Corrcv or Columbia war lure at court this WMC I MRS O A MCltOHKKTS Of GovlBC top U with Mt Pearl Rurnsldt JOHN MAOIK of Lancaster we s her jeturday returning from NTmtl acting assubt- or It an asont In TcnnoiiM during 16 o litters abieno- MR L C UHOWN of UorU has cone to Orrlok Mo w Win earlead et iioolc which be will dispose of v MR W W WRIGHT who we Ion diet will be the next train dhtmobor t for this dlvlttofl was hers Lod DK AGO HANKIN of KM UabbU socttoa was tudly hurt by a berg doe r he was workW with faHUi M blra MIIHJAS P TllOMPaoK nil llttlo ion of OrwBiburc ors vlsttlot her piroots Mr and Nov Mlllos Warren Miss BUM EKULKMAN of Danville was the guest of her aster Acre nOtr an Saufley aed MUi Beetle T Eegle man 11Ks S M ALMW Of MlllWkburir aod Mies Still Taylor Wood who aueedlftR ooltoce at Lwxlogtoa are at the bedtlde of their mower Mr I P Woods UK JAMBB DCODBKAR wbu moved to MeKleeer soma week ago Mid M be dellKbMd with bU saw home He bought n reldeaoe Mere tram Mr W A M Oitdderar Mim ALLIS QcrrxAS will ferelh the music for face Ella May Saaeder Wnlvons Opera QO M Wednosdar evening eezt which In an nuuranM tbt It will be of high order MR AND MRS JAMKH HOCKEH of Livingston Mrs WO Speed of BtlBI ford and Mrs Ulanlcenshlp of Margin were here to attend the funeral of their nephew Robert UookerPIUa burg cor London Democrat Miss IXMIBSCB MYEKS of Stanford Is In tho city visiting Mm William Yeager Mr M A MoKlnnev of Stanford who has been spending the winter with her daughter MIll Wm Yeager will return homo Friday Cou rler Journal MR AND MRS T J FOSTeR return ed Wednesday from Way Mis where they have SPOOL tho winter Dotb speak In high tarra of the climate but are glad to got bick to Stanford They left Mr J U McAllster and family In good health Toe INTERIOR JOURNAL congratu late Its countymen on gaining 10 good a citizen ai W T Doolln recently removed A from Pulaikl and woll It may Mrs J E Lynn of Lincoln county was visiting her daughter Mrs J E Claunch lat week Somonot Jour nat MRS W P GRIMK9 was hO tell at an elegant lunhcon Wolonsday for Mrs f L M Omor Covers woro laid for 12 and thd party Included the following Mesdames P M MoIlobcrtB W M A Bright J 0 Paxton W A Trlbblo J L Boazloy J K VanArdalo J J V McRobort J C flay S W Givens L M Omor W P Grimes and Hiss Florence Given LOCALS ifTilE Lenten season begun Wednesday 9 LAP robfee horse blankets etc at J C Plymouth Hock hone This onteo ATTEND II b Campbell sale at Crab Orchard See ad Go to ET Penco Coand got cotton seed meal for your cow lord of NorthJUST received ono car t era Seed Oats E T Ponce 5 Co hours of rainAFTER some 40 or this morning and the sun camo out beautiful Spring weather prevails Our buyer is now in York purchasing our Stock of show larger prettier stylesj be right prices of goods JOURNAL PERSONALS WOODS UrodnadJ- AMlFCAlll entertainment young New Dry H + + +44 ++ ++ + H + +H + ftFnyatte County to Try Hargls ICnlAlum and Others says of Appeals FRANKFORT Mob 10 1130 M The court of appeals deolded thai Fay 8alliltnide at oeoe to lodge the defeodsoU Is Jill at Lexlostne W MONBY to lend OR really at ft Jllr- OInt Vro S Lawwlll Danville Ky XORTHKKN SKID OATS Car each mixed and while extra nice J D Uauchmso A Co tITRa Will Bays reildeoee and aeret of land oe the Daiioevllle pVe tar rest P Raid Stanford Tun Ladles Aid Society of the Chrlt than ehureh will moet with Mrs L U Cook Saturday afternoon at 230 MK FU K ROCT shot end killed a full growp sea gull at the water work yeitorday It was a beauUtot bird Bio PCtciiASit Meiir J 0 Coul ter f Hlddlebttrr aid Wt Myer of UustonTllle boeebt IB Laurel coun ty 000000 ftiavee at a eau of abMi 116 r MR WILLIAM LAKOUKAF of Oitoa helm is art for the American Lloe Gteatotblp Co If you are tbUtclog of gelag abroad tee him about trao iorta lion UCMAbUotrru are M be slanted trees lUilOBVllle I4cPCtaaeyaed Way Mbvrff dvrlMt the next month or to Then are 13 awlteaelg for the MaKla My roars and Poetmawr J 0 Wor sea will oitmlee them here lomor row J OLD oKYMr Watt Dudderar bowed yeeterdny the oldest piece of moon y we have eeo for many a day It was a tMlIlufHI bv the Ooetleee tal Ooet r tn 175 Tbe rertle wan found la paper left by Mr Aon DedderrarA piper etatat toot Grant tarWDo was killed by Jailer Illnea at Somerset ooafetd to an of floeV named Crawley that he and three other Negroes killed and robbed Ope rator Ilttcker at Dtnvllle Not much credence U gives the nory Tuft HarroJaburg Horse Sales on March 22 and 21 promises to be the big geat horse event In this section In year Some tplondld animals havo been entered and buyer will bo there from many sections of tho country If you want to see some good ones ell well go- TttAT blessed baby of ours tho IN TBRIOR JOURNAL was 3i years old lait Friday and loose and depart herself like a belle of 10 Sbo remains itlll Lbo sweetheart of several hundred die criminating Pulatklan Thirty year ago tho paper bed more tubcrlbert In Pulaikl and Wayne counties than It bad In Lincoln Somerset Journal GRAND OPKNINO MARCH n AND 13 Spring and Summer texture Wo will show the largest array of mart fabric for gentlemen apparel ever displayed here constituting over 500 tylee from the great tailoring house of Schlosa Qro Co Baltimore whose expert cutter and fitter will bo here to take your measure end tell you about tbo latest things In gentlemen styles and what particular cut and clotb will beet suit your style A welcome and an opportunity await OUtDe there Dont forgot M D Elmoro TUB Pianoforte Recital at tho Grad ed School Tuesday evening drew a fair ly good crowd which greatly enjoyed tbo entertaining program rendered un der the supervision of Misses Mary Walker Higgle and Mary Ambrosia Mcllobart The piano playing was of a high order the recitations good the eoloa well rendered and tho whistling duet by Dr Steele Bally and Miss Bor ta Joan Penny novel and pretty On account of the lllnes of Mr T D Ran ev the quartette did not take part but Mrs Al G Huffman sang a beautl ful solo Those who rendered piano selections are pupil of Mlu Ellen Bal lou who has a right to feel proud of them while tboy In turn owe that splendid teacher no little for boredom In making them the adepts In music they are CONSIDBIUNU tbe bad night a good crowd attended tbe Romeo and Juliet performance at Walioni Opera dot- laseerlniogaed eopyed tbe well pre sealed play to the fullest extent The oamptay was a flrat lllk one nod the bow the clean o t and one of tbe erT- bett ever hero We cheerfully reoom mood Sltnvelle Itumeoaod Juliet Co theatre jroer nov nod everywhere CKAH ORCHARD Tne week of prar1 er and special shunt for Bum Minions will be observed by all members of the W M U workers and others who have kindly offered to a alt In the program arranged for eaoh day beginning March lSeh The young people will give a prelal program on Wednesday after at 230 ooiocic Services will be 1114 at the Baptist church every alter at 230 These meetings are for women only except on Wednesday when a general levitation U extended and we trust for a hearty response In attendunee and offerings Mrs J P flojdara esoyL- ANCASTKK At ae early hour 51day morning the death angel claim for its own the spirit of John P LUIoa4IrHe bad Buffered for tome time with ooncatapMoa and everything that oould be was deee for him nut God tbnught bat to take him home A wits who wee Miss Della Jacobs and one child are left to mourn the lot of a kind heebaed and father De was a fine man ned was loved by all who know him lilt former home was U Peadlt Oft county but thinking a change would do him good be came here to be with his father brothers and titter when the sad end came Dad be lived till May 18 he would have been 23 years old Be was laid to rest Monday morning IB the Hottoovlllo cemetery May those who weep tooo reallz tkat ibelr lose U John eternal gain A FRIKN- DGOSHeslMr And Mr John Bblu law of Gilbert Greek visited the family of David Scott Tom Travlor who has been tufferlo with a very painful oarbuaole Is able to be out ire II B Boone who nil been one fleed to her room tuna few day Is up again Tbe many friends of Mrs Jet Traylor are glad to know that she Is much Improved Miss Battle Payne has returned from a pleasant visit to her sister Mist Battle Anderson i4 Ith her aunt Mrs Gooch Willie bone has moved in with his mother law Mrs Margaret Goocb Plow Ing and hemp breaking have been the order of the day for the peat week Ru by the two ycar old daughter of Mr and Mrs Reuben Duddcrar died on Tnuriday and was Interred at Goshen Friday She was a bright and beau l ful child end much sympathy is felt for her sorrowing parente May they look to Jesus In the time of trouble for Bo bat said Cast thy burdens upon tbe Lord and Ho will sustain theo CIRCUITCOVttTD C Pulllns who sued tho L d N for 15000 damages was given a verdict for 1250 Mr Pul liDs claimed that the conductor did not call out Rowland In LImo for him to Jet oil at that place and when ho jumped off the train which had started be fell SCbIOCb1ter tbelormer1colttho same color and wore running to other James Moor who sued Silas Anderson for a strip of land accepted a compromise Mr Anderson paid 150 and the costs amounting to 8151 31 J A Beazley of Lancaster got a judg mont against J F Cook Co Lex Igloo for lUG Mr Beazleys con cotton was that ho bought a pair of horses at the Cook sale onDlx river and that ho was refuted possession of them The grand lury finally adjourned yesterday after being In session eight days About Indictments were re turned Of this number Live were for selling whisky two for carrying con cealed weapous a number for petit lar ceny etc- Court expires by limitation tomorrow HUSTONVILLE Glen Mary Coal 12o and cadnel coal 16o Coal on hands at all times W 8 Wlgham Moreland tf W B Wright of Lexington Is vis King W B Wright and his host of friends are giving him the glad hand Sylvester Newton of the Newtonian Hotel Somerset to visiting his broth er Abe cad family at Buttonvllle Newtonian A rood crowd attended the sale at the late residence of Wm BadgeR and good pries provided Plug boreac brought from 130 to ISO Another ear of furniture has been received by J O Weatherford A Co and will toon be ready for Inspection This line fills a long tilt want In our city Magnificent blue grass farm of 85 acres splendidly Improved 55 acre virgin toll heavily set In blue grass Well fenced and watered For sale at a bargain W It Williams- C C Carpenter sold to James MeA later of Lexington a fiveyearold Gallon gelding for 8200 Thomas Smi ley sold a Mr Rtllur of Woodford a two Dare for UOOItog and ewes during the severe winter tome solace Is found In tbe lively butII dine of 253 per uoucd and up fur Spring clip of wool and Ac and up lorI Unix WmTamme one of our expert rais ers and handlers of tobacco shipped 17000 pounds of his best to theolty last week James Harper of Salsbury N C went South Tuesday with a car of large mules bought especially for the Salsbury trade Thomas P Cane sold L U of four oh mules tor 1310IStartling Mortality RlatiitlM show startling mortality from nppetxlleltls and peritonitis To proveut ami cure these awful dlsoaies there Is jtMt one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery of 14 Custom House Plato Chicago says They have no peal for Constipation anti Ililllous use 25c at Pennys Drug Store Jailer Hloe of Somerset fatally rounded a Negro prisoner named Gran Ingram wbo bad assaulted him in bl81 effort to Neap WANTED I Turkey Pecks Oeeie and Chickens Highest 0Mb market price II B NOIITIIOOTT Stanford Ky For Sale 1000 Itutheli at OlvdciJalo Seed Oats Yielded test summer to buibel to the acr- erlrec Choice Boono County White Bced oorn li per bui II P 11ANVKISS Stanford Ky It It No 3 Ginseng For Sale I nm going to move to Southern Cantor nia and want to dis eta of my Ginseng Gar den have 1750 1901 seed I will at 15 per 1000 Will also tell mystock of plants at It to fl2 per 100 J 0 Thompson ester K- yVice Home For Sale I Having decided to return tp Somerset I offer for sale privately mv home on East Main Street In The residence U a lx room cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about IK acre of land and the home Is a most delightful one For further partlcu lars tail on or write me at Somerset J Deck or Wm Deck at Stanf- ordPUBLICSALE laving sold drug business and decid ed to leave Crab Orchard I will on SATUIIDAV MARCH 11 1005 Soil at auction my cottage consisting of ova room and large ball und all necessary out buildings all new Also my household and kitchen furniture Tea JsCash or Its equivalent II n CAMHIEU Orchard J p Chaudler Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction on THUllSDAY MAIIOII 16 1009 Tho William Logan farm of 232 acres moro or less 3 miles from Stanford and 0 miles from Lancaster on Logan Creek Good residence splendid outbuildings and farm In good and all In grass will- Is a of farming Implements consisting of a McCormack Hinder 3 mowers cultiva ton plows wagons harness carriages 50 bales hay work horse aged mule three brood mares a colt by Naboth 1 milk cows 7 twotarold heifers three 3 yearold steers 10 yearling steers house kitchen furniture etc TERMS All sums uuder flO cash over that amount a credit of 0 months Good ne tlable note In the Lincoln County National Bank required MRS JANE LOOAN Executrix of Wa Logan t i s i i The Famous Shoe For Women i Spring Styles Boot Oxfords and SnmluKs Kid Put Kid Tans Browns Whito anti Champagnes OxfbnU S20 Boots S 3 Specials S8 S3 50 SEE T1- iFMCUI1I1INSMCLARY i rograime 0I XTfoble Outcast jft Waltons Oporalfouso- Stanford Jfyt Wednesdaf8lJenlnl TtyarcA fSth ass CIIAKACTKR- SGemld Western Known as Jerry the TrompGco Florence Col Matthew Leo n Southern Banker Ed Ballard Tames Blackburn Leos lIephewToe Lin CoHey Jack Worthington Blackburns rivalGcorge Mencfee lira Leewifo of tho ColonetBlancho VanDcveer Franco a dieputetl possession Kato Hneclden Sadie Faithful but FreeMary Mobley MUSIC SYNOPSIS ACT IScone ICol Lees Southern Home The love of Franco and Tack Worthingtou The appearance of Jerry the tromp Tho secret Ills villmnous Blackbyrn ACT II Scene Drawingroom in Col Leos mansion 8 fhoI approaching marriage The arrival of the false father From wealth to poverty TWO YUAIta INTKKVKXK ACT III Scone Jerrys Hut France and Jerry Th- ediscoveryiIy God my own child Blackburns villainy revealed The arrest of Jerry Touch liar and Ill brain you ACT IV Scene same as in second Act Blackburn nsIvil lainous as ever Tho return from prison Go I am nvonged J Several specialties have been added for tho occasion includ ing it solo by Mis Warren rending by Miss Mono Maho Hysolo by Helen Bcasley selection by Berta Jean Penny and it solo by Mr Walter Traynor Music by Mite Allie Iluflinan j I f J56srPi5icKS OF ADMISSION 25 cents 35 cents 50 Reserved seats on sale at McKoberts Drug Store l FHEINTERlORlOmiW Eaer din the PuttOffit al Stanford al srcond daM rwNer ItmMMIHU TUUHIIAVH AND FHlnW ATI100 PER YEAR CASH OrWhen not no paid JJOO will be charge 1f KNOXVILLE DIVISION No 31 Train going NorthlNNj26t o JlIDI 4021 N3J5 South 1235 121 UMBRELLAS r Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for amount I con fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Dire me a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately My houu and 10 term of land stunted just outside of tows limps on the Somerset plko house las roomI kitchen and tor yants room good collar stable nod all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant lu the yard one for stock J P BAILEY Jesse W Sweeney raorBl ron Livory Feed and Salo Static Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at roasonablo rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wa SHU3AS3 rrsprlitor Electric Lights In every room Refurnishes and under entire New Management eobthe favorite porter meets all trains Large Well Ilghtes Sample Room BDCAFtTEFtSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your U loliclted Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection TIiway saloon GOOD RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexington famous Blue flrais Deer Case keg and bottled 0 Brent Southwood mixer Phone Stau ford Ky Junk Store We pay htgliMtcnM price for Mlles eggs poultry feathers scrap Iron rubber cOilI pet brass See ui before you sell IANUt lltUIIANAN tender Myers House Stanford NERVIOOR + RESTORATIVC CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY The worn lUmtrM men bore ttrtma In b71II nwnt l and nvrre tune m a of uu n tnrnrj i i uaal iiw natumi true t re of iwrfMt nuuhomL 1II1lIh7Hrvlldeloplentam make Ile MannnrPEPPERS NEMVIOOK Bukn sirtnf Calm Nmu rnu Dtbllllr rtltn Mmrr VIUI waa nub ProttratJon alaauauhd other trouble to ovmrorkunoklnvdmit liikblK and other tureL Ukn rich IIMII by bl1 rla ir n uf nerrn- KlWllr irooit for womf n linoklrt frre ttIloa but 81s for KtO tutfwed With k rue tn irrnail If sot punxt orh ncntxi pcrreR MCDICAI ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s It At Pennys Drug Store J+ G+ McGbMY trNDEBI AEEJtE3- IBALUER And Dealoar In- JIABNESSSADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky Je Lt Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AXIODBAIIIIM FnrnltnrcMnttllnKeRngeThey kinds of StOCk Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY LK 4The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let it be of exclusive and artistic design the best material and of perfect workmanship a We carry the largest stock of Monu ments Markers and Tablets of Marble and Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaperWM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky 101 DO YOU NEED A fountain Syringe 1Household Syringe 7t Mot Water ftottlc or rfn Ytlo mzor 4iu1L If go J have n NE STOCK to select from you know All Iluhbor Goods deteriorate with ago nUll in ordor to get value received for your money it is necessary to buy only Now Goods Will make you the lowest prices Will N Craig M D Pharmacist t Phone No 13 Stanford Kentucky J i Oliver Plows JHt Full Stock of Oliver Plows and Repairs on Hands eweE PerkinsCrab flf hard F 10r LAND STOCK CROPS ETC woolIWANTED 50000 pounds of Woods Cowan McCortaactc Stan ford Robert J 2OHj dead at the fa1 room Village East Aurora N ew York Tbo Laurel County Fair Co U prep rIal to make extensive Improol moot on the grounds Red hornless bu111 year old eubJeot to pedigree for sale Alto tyearold work mule U O Anderson Remember the Hnrrodiburi Bar Sale March 22 and 23 A lot of toodI one will bo disposed of on those da I See ad elsewhere A E Bundle of Boyle will make the sea oo with Red Bond by na WllkoH darn Fannie S by Marabrl Boy He la a great utalllon and tire 1 HAVE for Sato six good work mulel 15 to 101 hands high In good orderI ready for work live to elx years old Also two Rood work mares B D Qolttclaw HEm SERD FOR SALE 1001 crop late Importation nicely cleaned En crop kept entirely separate Write or phone us H A B Marksbury Sor Lancaster Ky R C Eneleman Jr bought at Is dlanapolle The Warilold dark bar stallion 15 3J by Dare Devil dam Naughty Girl bv Rex Amerlcus U will make the season with him at S M Owens farm near McKinney at 115 to Insure See ad next L W Preston bought six high ola horses at 1125 to 1250 He bought tbe two gaited horses from Coffey Bro at 8175 and MOO AW Pidlgo bougl from Coffey Bros a road horse for 8254 and a harness horse for 1100 Be also bought JO other horses from dttlerei parties at 15Adair News I Shelby Tevls sold to Finn Roll of Mt Vernon 0 Banker a 151 handI twoyearold past tack by Billy Keen for S703 and Prince a jsak of same mgt and height for same amount He ales sold them Col Welch by Dilly KeeDeI 151 hands acd same ago of the above for ISOO and a twoyearold jennet tot 1100 TUB Central Ky Real Estate Ex change A Title Co has for sale two tracts of land lying In the Southern end of Lincoln county near Souther raIlway One tract consists of 3S acres the other live acres The owner of thl property lives at a distance and we art Instructed to sell It privately It must jo The best bid gets It For further particulars see or address LR Hughe Stanford Ky KINGSVILLE Steve Reynolds will shortly build a beautiful cottage In bis father or chard Mack Williams Is very greatly exer deed over the color to paint his new house He prefers a peach plnkani says If his cottage doesnt marry him off be will give It up Little Julia Anna Crolghton Is threatened with pneumonia Johr Wesley Uooch and family have moved to a farm near McKlnney Mr W A HIcks wife and Misses Lou and Ails licks will leayo soon for Hood River regon They are now visiting their augbtcrs Metdamcs Fagaloy and jaklng the acquaintance of a new randdaughter Jesse D Wearen agent for tho Borne nsuranco Co was bore from Stanford Tuesday Cbas D Evans was called to NIcholasvllIe by the death of a rel- atIve Dr B F Walter Is here tram ancaster practicing his profession W L McCarty spent Sunday In Stan ird with his wife and SOD the former elcR under the care of that good pby clan Dr DBaonon Born to Mr aDd Mrs Sam Rlgnoy and to Mr and Irs Morris Walls a boy and a girl barllo Wells Joe Lananan Manford hlvolette John Bolls and others obeyed the summons of the court at Stanford Tuesday Bud Goooh of Ludlow spent Sunday wth his wife and eO- DJaa North was substltutb for Mr posy bile the latter attended court atStan ford Mr Boey was accompanied br- Mrit Hoey A Chicago Alderman Owes His Election To Chamberlains Cough Remedy I can heartily and conscientiously re mtnend Chamberlains Cough Remedy for aCcctlons of the throat and lungs sas Item John Shcnlck 220 So Pcoria St Chicago Two years ago during a illtlcal campaign I caught cold after be- IlIg overheated which Irritated my throat and I was finally compelled to stop as could not speak aloud In mr extremity a friend advised mo to use Chamberlains mgh Remedy I took two doses that tcrnoon and could not believe my senses whun I found next morning tho inflam ration had largely subsided I took sn- eral doses that day kept right on talking through the campaign and I thank this medicine that I won my scat in the coun- cll i This remedy is for sale by Lyno Dros Crab Orchard During a email tire at Lebanon Olcaver n fireman and one of the mos popular young race In tie town was killed by a falling wall Walter 8 Beazlev formerly of Lan caB tor but now of Loa Angeles Ca- bas boon granted a patent on a dental tooth extractor EXPRESSIVE NAME FOR INDI GESTION Penny Has Simple Remedy ThatI Is Guaranteed to Cure The Trouble No one word better vxpieriea the 000 dttlon of the sutleior torn weak IIlom 1Itch or Indigestion than inlfety Tho Btomaoh it weak sad cannot dlgrtl tho food so that there li no appetite the re are line sad griping In tho Moitiach nnd bowels this heed and baca aobti and tile misery goes to every organ Strengthen tho stonueh and the dtgi live system by the me of Mlona This lis tho only atonucli remedy known ttlRt glvos relief sttciiKtliecliig the stamn ami ilgwilvo organs U Is thY prlnel that tunkeb it a certain owe for Indigo lion Other uiedldnrs may give leDIIIO rare relief by helping dlgwt the food 1t they do not strengthen the stomach and that organ gets weaker and weaker a n the llme- Penny the reliable dniggtM hat 0 much confidence In thus letnarkab Remedy that ho guarantees a cure or Ie money will be refunded Miona nos but 60 cents a box Ask to tea theatre guarantee given with every box Mlona is in tablet form and ekoHl be taken before oh meal Othi comedies for ilomaoli tronblee alMl indigestion are taken alter the meal and decompose the good fowl you eat bat Mlona used before eating treupthe the stomach sontbea and heats all Ir rtutlofl and Inflammation enriches tlle lilood and pats tho stomach In loch a healthy condition that It will take care f the food Itself and there will be no lull ind suffering IN MEHORIAM On Wednesday eve March Ut at IIx Iclooic Florence Wllhlte wife Job rilhlte of Wayne county patens away Death came as a sleep Deoeai ed was a member of the Method church a good Christian woman a loi log wife and mother Sbo leaves a husband and two children to mourn her loss Tie hard to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart Tie hard so hard to speak tbe ordtl We shall forever part Dearest loved one we must lay thee In the peaceful graves embrace But thy memory will be cberltbed Till we see thy heavenly face Written for the ISTKRKW JOCKNAI by her nephew A P Sloan Strikes Hidden Rocks When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption 1neumo nla etc you are lost If you dont Itt olp from Dr Kings New Discovery tot Consumption J W McKinnon of Toll lade a Springs Ala writes I had been ver111l of pneumonia under the care of wo doctors but was getting no better hen I began to take Dr Kings Nov Discovery Tbe first doe gave relief and one bottle cured inc Bute cure for tore throat bronchitis coughs and colds Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store prie- rhOcandl Trial bottle free The physicians connected with the Stanford case In Honolulu etatp that from the amount of strychnine found tithe bicarbonate of oda and In the apaules Mrs Stanford would have had to take a capsule and the soda at tbe- nme time In order to receive as much s onetwelfth of a grain of tbe poison Thle they say might have caused the eatb of n perton of Mrs Pianfordi RItO The Colonels Waterloo Colonel Job M Fuller of honey Grovo Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In recent letter he says I was nearly dead of these complaints and although I tried my family doctor he dill mo no good IO I sot n Me bottle of your urvat Electric liters which cured me I consider thom the host medicine on earth and thank hodwho gave you the knowledge to make hem Sold and guaranteed to cure yspupsla Biliousness and Kidney DI asts by Penny Drug Store at f0c a ittle lou cannot please yonr neighbors Be satisfied they wont They gossip If you beat your wife And crumble if you dont If it is a bilious attack take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale by Ivne- lIros Crab Orchard A S PRICE Burgeon Dontl t- f9tnnford Ky Omeor Mcltob rti Drug Store In the Owsisy Uulldlna R B Matioiiy Insuranci fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the owners in andtCasey may etirnnce against lire Lightning and Tornado Nona but tho and beat OlJLine Com panies represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed Phone b- 2Stanford Kentucky The oluuico of nJife time U n t mks it We mire oflerittf you tbt lesty Range ewr shown in title city five year fine hack always n ld over Antl hniullo File Imt baker that money MB buy Call sod tilt iu Special in ducement fur SO nova GEORGE tl FARRISt CO Stanford Ky First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 500001 Thtnlnttltntlon was originally e tiblt hd i the DetHMlt hank of In list then reorranlafld ai the National Dank of Stanford In IUS and again reorganised as the First National Ilatk of Stanford la tlil having had practically an Uninter rupted existence for IS years It Is better supplied now with facllltlti tor transact ing buslnr promptly and wen than unb- efoe In Its long and buaorab4e career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL Directors J B Paxton J H Owsley II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Wrier j II Toiler I 0 Ooocli W Omanlns W M Bright R L Rubble w II Shanks SvnccMors to The Farmers Rank A Trust OOa and under came managvBsBt contlnuuusly for It years Wo SOLICIT YOUR BAN K- ACCOUNT Hoping snob business relations will prove mutually beaef vial Officers J S IiuoKPlt Treet 9T HAMHI V Irf J J MoHOIlKUTa Ohr W IL WRAU NAt Ohn Directors V Reid DanrllU T Ilarrli Stanford J 8 Hooker Stanford K L Tanaer MeKlonty M U raeaore Stanford II Ilaugbman Stanford T P lUll Stanford Jas Itoblnton Hubble J II Hau bMaa HUnfurd J M Pettus SInfrd- C K Tate Stanford s d STOCK VBOOOO I l U 8IIANK3 President J B Ia Uio Vice 1rMldent W M nntOIITOaihlei WiOWALKKIl Asst Oasbltr THE HARRODSBURG SALES CO Will Ill Their Pint c i Combination Sale of High lass Horses I UntPietiagui Ilsrues lIonel changers Trfltkll PaceR Kailillern Mini Matchttl Pttirn at JTio Arcmlc Sul Ue un Mniii St Harrodsburg Kyt March 22nd and 23rdt Will also sell a number of Good Jacks and MulesIon Afternoon of March23rd t Early Consignments Solicited For Inforinntioii amid Entry Dlnnka ntlilre N I BUSTER JR Secretary Harrodsburg Ky Entries closo Mnrch 1501 Cols G A IJain mind Stun W Kitld Aticrs Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc I during 1905 of I WaB McRoberts Officersj DRUGGIST STANFORD I And Save Money i TRADE WITH4N McCORMACK PEACOCK HUStONVILLE KENTUCKY j 11 ry