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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 3 I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL JTf VOL XXXliT STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 24 1905 3 P M NO7 I Editor J Henry Thomas of the Gisey County News dttf oounlr now has many cnol dates ttfeklatr noralwMos for the a1 rloai couniy ottto to bi votd for it the coming primary Aunt lit Moil ol them In fait I snap 11 y aU of them eeem to be nice col mtn sod come before the pjople welt recommended undioUrfti this correspondent bni Leon ablo to lucre each aed every caDI dldtte 1s cOt duclol hi campaign on manly upright place cod without any taint of tbo slander nod abuIIo com moo In the campaign s low years ago It It not the purpose of this writer to lessen the lame of any candidate or to rob say of lauroli Justly woo but mere If to mention a few fast coiorraloe the lifework of one who aiptrei to an Ofiice of great boaor and greater rt uperlIDteodeotof tbo mot Important of much M under hll tupervutoo are tbel mod of the rliloir generation and Influenced flavin known one of the candidate Henry Thom loo his youth anduen him met and over I come many ob lou that sesned In lurmonotablc I think It hilt Jon to him that some friend should make men I tlonolltlotbeprei Ataboybewat a close student and apt teholar main tatnlnc a petition at or our lb head f of hit classes at home an obedient du that ton working for hit father between sessions vi the public icboot Ute I Iii by honest earnest etlortt he was qualified to teach Then hit lifework began and for years bn has been one all Caieyt bett teachers seldom falling to teaoh In one of the Jargon districts In tbe county and blmielf attending icboott when not engaged In teaching until Jbo became one of the bell educate IA P u s ifuneral customs are most pe cullar At the death of n person the tfamily means a black edged ancotjooe In the paper that the mourning 1urn will pe exhibited within certain hours on a ipuolal day In trout ol tbe house where the person die there It placed a llttlo black table covered with a black cloth on which etaods n blaok jar Into tblt the frlendt and ae qualntuncci of the family drop mall blackmanrlned biting card tome times with a few word of sympathy on them The urn It put on the tablo on the day of the funeral Only men RO to the churchyard and they generally follow the beano on foot +For An Impaired Appetite Lose of appetite nwayn re ulta from faulty digestion Al that Is needed It a few doses of Cluinberluln Stomach and Liver Tablets They will Invigorate tho stomach strengthen the digestion and give you an appetite like a wolf Tlleso Tablet also act a gentle laxative For talc by Lyno IJros Crab Orchard i If Tom Lawson or Kama would only begin an lnveitlctlon of the laundry trust ovary man who wear the collar of that combine would cheer until he melted said collar Loultvlilo Tunes f Jules Verne tho novelltt ia said to bo dying at Amleni w Ben In the count and this by his owe rfforM with many dlaaovaniace to laW antnt U bi nottreght In to Batjv dUtri u HS Hint having taught froti DM in sight ftieoocelve etttuB U the same district wblcb waoaMrvldeteof hit efllclenoy bljbottmkjirlty be has a lay al republican laboring In every honor able way for the good of the party and one ol the most active workers In get tlcgout tbo full vote of the party In every election nor It he any less an ac- tIVe worker In educational matters laving begun teaching when young sad followed It for rain v year It hat boom a pert of his nature and with him at tupfrlnlendentof public schools we need have no fear for the interest of the publc inbool and the children ol Cater DtfIlll JwIlt oe at crrefully guarded a any county In the State and In duoAiiaaal matters Casey will be fqoaled bv few excelled by none A county superintendent should be a welt educated temperate moral chrle tlan gentleman tnoroughiy luteretted In o6ool work active mentally and phf iluklly a man of great patience and untiring energy Such a man It Henry Thomas and with all duo respect for the titnoi and qualifications of the oth er candidate for lbn ollloo and their alai In upon the voters of Catey county I am constrained to advise and Insist that the voters of Casey unite nomi Bate and elect Henry Thomas at super Intendent believing they will have done their duty and rendered valuable service to the youth and future citizenship of good old Casey Awaiting such remits I am- A LOVBK OK KDUCATIOV A Chicago Alderman Owes His Election To Chamberlains Cough Remedy I can hfftttlly and conscientiously re commend Cbambetlnlnt Cough Kcmody for aCeoiian of the throat and lungt says lion John Slitnlck 220 So Ioorla Bl Cbtogo Two years ago during political ortmpalgn I caught cold after ho tug overheated which Irritated my till oat and I was finally compelled to slop as I could not speak aloud In mr extremity a friend aditiv l mo to use Chamberlains Cough Remedy I took two doses that afternoon and couhl not believe my sous us when I f ouud next morning the inflim matlon had largely uh ldoJ I took say eral tlosts that day kept right on talking through the campaign and I thank this medicine bat won my scat In tho coun cil This remedy la fur stile by Lyno llroa Crab Orchard Como on old roan lots go to the dog tight tonight Couldnt think of It my boy Its Lent Well lend mo your umbrella and Illgo dorry but I cant do that either Iis lent All Syrian wore notified that they mutt leavo Uoytl by April 1 THE HOME 07 VINOL To People with Weak Lungs You know that for centuries Cod Liver Oil has been considered the best medicine for throat and lung troubles but its nauseating effect upon the stomach made it impossible for many to take it Nowa days Vinol accomplishes greater results for while it is a Cod Liver Oil prepara tion it is entirely free from oil or grease and therefore it is fast taking the of oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil and EmulsionsRespectfully PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD t S J L j NEWS NOTES The explosion iMtVesuvius have abatedRev Elmer Q Capen D D presi dent of Tufts College le dead Wm Shlllito millionaire dry goods merchant of Cincinnati la dead In New York Anlonln Prouic Mlslttor of Fine Arts In the Oambctta Cabinet committed suicide Prince Ouktotnoeky of Russia says peace is Imperative because there It no bead for tho army A Cbjcaco physician proposes the establishment of hospital ships for habitual drunkards Pneumonia grip and bronchitis and kindred ailments are said to be almost opldcinloln Brooklyn The Supreme Court Ol Ohio altlrmcd the validity of tbe suicide disuse In an ai 8iimeol loiuranoe policy Gov and Mrs Beekbamarorejjtolng over the arrival of u soo which has hat been named for the father A gtntril InsurroctlOQ bu taken plane In the Southern part of Oame room In German West AfrloA Col Jamea P Thompson sae of tho pldneer newspaper meD of Pitdueab died suddenly from baori dlitaiD Mr Hiben Kimpofpaeoe Ms tup pONl to be dead moved her hand just la time to keep from being burled alive MltiSallloSehulix of Ml Sterling a believer In Christian Silence died of grip and consumption refuting medical attention OverlJOOOOjJOO has been expended by tbo Canadian Government on her canals up to the end of tho present howl year Permission haw been received at tbe Louisville Customhouse to destroy a lot of useless records accumulated dur ing 00 years Two men wore killed and consider able property damaged or destroyed by the explosion of a carload of dynamite at Kenner LA Two Students were fatally hurt In a elms battle between freshmen and sophomores at the Colorado State School of Mines- Following In the footsteps of two of hit brothers who committed suicide Stanley EJeatonof Latonla killed himself by shooting Twenty thousand worklngmen and women attended tbe public funeral of tbo victims of Mondays explosion at Brockton Mass The hoard of Public Works hat or dered the Improvement of Frankfort avenue to the new city boundary line a distance of 3000 feat II Alone With God a book carried In the shirt walat of a Louisville wo man saved her life when a veiled woo man attempted to stab her Work on tbe Government building at Maysvllle Ivy has been stopped pending the settlement of differences between tbo contractors and the archi teat A sharp advance In Southern steel andiron stocks in New York caused a report that negotiations for a merger ot leading Southern companies bad been resumed Dr Cheroot oblef ot tho French Antarctic cxpepltlon just arrived at Buenos Avre says tbe Antarctic seas are not so dangerous as the automo bile of Paris- President August Belmont of the In ttrborougb Rapid Transit Company has offered to make extensions of his lines Involving 1100000000 If granted exemption from taxation Witnesses called before tho grand Jury In Chicago to testify in the Beef Trust Investigation will be guarded bv secret service men to prevent them leaking to reporters or agents of the packers President David II Francis of the St Louis Worlds Fair has written a letter expressing his thanks and ap preciation of the resolutions adopted by the Kentucky Commission compll ooooecltIooto President Roosevelt a vigorous pretest against the appointment of Com mlulooerGar old to Investigate condl Lions In that State They ask the President to direct the Investigation and Instruct Mr Garfield that tbo ICI quiry should ba open to all and not on the order of the Beef Trust Investiga Lion Hidden When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption 1iicutno niaeteyou are lost if you dont ge help from Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption J W McKinnon of Tl ladega Springs Ala writes I bad been very III of pneumonia under the care of two doctors hut was getting no better when I began to take Dr Kings New Discovery Tho first does gave relief and one bottle cured me Suro cure for sore throat bronchitis coughs and cold Guaranteed Penny Drug Store price 50c and iil Trial bottle free Tbe LANCASTERI Entered Apprentice degree Tuesday night ITbe ladles of tbe Aid Society of tbo Christian church are preparing a flow er sale A meeting ot the M D Logan Camp will be beld next Monday In the office of the circuit clerk All members are requested to bo present aa important buslnPsB matters are to be attended to Mr and Mrs Jacob Joseph announce the engagement of their daughter Marie to Mr Charles R Davit of Leb anon Junction The wedding will take place In this city some time In tbo near futureW K Gardner of Lexington was tho pneatot Miss Margaret Tomllntoo early In tho week Attorney Robert Harding ot Danville Is attending elr cult court Mrs W T Browning and children of Lexington have been with Mr Joho Anderson and family Judgp J W Alcorn of Stanford was here Wednesday looking after some but ness Mrs R G Price ot Danville bas returned borne after a Short visit to Lomter fussed Mrs Beery Drown ing of Livingston Is visiting Mrs Jon Magoo Miss Ktohel Danry has re turned home after a visit of several months to relatives In Eldorado Ark lion W J Prlue ot Danville was In town this weed poking after cxlee he has In the circuit court Will Denny sold a sixyearold horse to Bales t McElwalne of Richmond for 8275 Good steers aro bringing Hi to4c J J Smith ol Rrodbead sold D M Anderson a mule for 1200 Will Glass sold hU farm nf 72 acres near Bryanttvllle to C O Glass at 175 Tbe Steam Hemp Brake on W R Cooks farm continues a source of great Inter est not onlv to Garrard county hemp growers but hemp growers of adjoining counties many having come quite a distance to see It work CRAB ORCHARD Tbe Ladles Aid Society met with Miss Dettle Harris Wednesday after noonMr Robert Archer of Polo Leavell has opened a barber shop In tbe rooms over George B Harris store There will be prayer meeting services at tho Baptist church each Sunday evening until a pastor Is called Tbo Measuring Social given Satur day evening atthe residence of D W Elmtston proved to be quite pleasant and successful Mrs Kittle King has returned from Louisville with a stock of millinery Miss Maggie Culton Is visiting rela tives at Richmond Mrs Emma Farrls Is making a lengthy visit to relatives in Richmond Miss Annie Bronaugh and Mr E Payne visited friends at Brod bead Mrs A Addams spent several days In Louisville W E Perkins and G B Harris have received their spring stock of goods Mr and Mrs Levi Elder of Rich mond spent Sunday with the home folk here Dr W W Burgln accom panied them Mr John Coobran Is a guest at the Springs Hotel Wallace Cover and young friend Mr Watson of Lancaster spent Saturday sad Sun day with tbe homefolks J Steenber ben and family have moved hero from Corbin W S Burcb was a guest of Burch Buchanan W Dud Wallln has gone to Lafolletto Tenn The W M UI of the Baptist church assisted by members of other churches observed tho week of prayer at the Baptist chcich here the 12tb to the 18h The song service each day was especially enjoyed and impressively rendered A solo Sunday afternoon by Mrs W Mason Morris and one Wednesday afternoon by Mrs Hannah L Stegcr were sung very sweetly and tenderly A very Interesting and In structive program was carried out each day Mr J C McWhorter led tbe young peoples service Wednesday af ternoon assisted by Mr D J Smith Champion Liniment For Rheu matism Chic Drako a mall carrier at Chapln villa Conn says Chamberlains laln IJalm U tho champion of all liniments dealItrying several taros the storekeeper here recommended this remedy and ItCOlliI pletely cured me There is no use of anyone suffering from that painful ailment when this llnlmentlcan bo obtained for givestshort time will produce n permanent cure For solo by Lyno IJroa Crab Orchard quickII still with fate no row would pick If I could get rich slow Ills it a bilious attack take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tabtls and a quick cure la certain For sale by Lvne Bros Crab Orchard CliO rest arared tint our Maple HI rup will ploaso your taste Grid IYou are twice as palatubc with a Maple Syrup that It properly pre s nd anadnternted Our Maple Siruo U mule team ma many syrup are made by dleol vtog maple sugar Syrups made trIm maple sugar are rot the eyul of tno t made directly Iron sap tlio nlr deterloratm tbe syrup valor when the rap U ant made tutu sugar If- tart went the goane uniidiiltcratij dda tietter try our W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY ts ie LaPorte Vehicles i Honest Work Over 300 of these plonsuro vehicles have been sold in county which is of iuclf evidence of their inorits The ing listtf citizens who are using lnlorto IinoolnIis made up front memory thero are many others to whom wo refer us to evidence of tho worth of this Preston Deck Hon I S Owsley Sr IcClaryjas Hon II C Saufley I B Iaxton Hon K C Warren Rowan Saufley John Ueok J R Ueaaley Livery J II Boone Co Liver- yI M Llruce Livery Hushes1V S Rocker BankPresdt LynnDr OBannon Andrew Gooch Cicero Reynolds J P Holdam Attractive Styles representative M S Baughman Jaa H Baughman Jno S Baughman Henry Traylor T D NewUnd Col T P Hit J W Brooks Jack Beazley Wm Underwood Luther Underwood frit Uubanks Robert Sims J K VanArsdale John Dingatnan James Hays J C Bailey Thos Porter Robinson Sidney Dunbar E P HIggins J N S J Sr E T E C Walton C V C Shams J P R Denham A C C Vanoy H J re1cEntly The New Store Is in tilt top row for selling to YOU 910bby and cllp UotDate goods At Koasonablo Prices Our Spring Line of Mens and Childrens Clothing Shoes Hats is complete We in vite everybody to come anti Inspect our goods as it be of interest to you as well as to us SAM ROBINSON Next Door Lincoln Nat Bank STANFORD KY THE BARGAIN STOREf Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods From tho Great Bargain of Sweeter Pembrook it Co of New York This an opportunity which seldom We advise all who can to come Ins earlyas possiblo to attend the greatest wo have ever offered Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor made suits worth 820 are on sale nt 8450 to 750 Ladiea untodato Jackets 85 to liow on sale at 8250 to 84 Ladies Misses Skirts worth 8150 un to 85 are now on salo at D8c to 82 48 Ladies corsets from life up Latest styles of petticoats from 59c up Ladies dre sand coitao Shoes at J8c and up Woods Robert Woods James Woods W H Menefee Sam W Menefee Embry Pence W W W Withers HaysJames Judge Bailey Carman Darst and will to County Salo is occurs this sale 815 anti 810 anti Mens and Childrens Furnish ings Great lino of Shoes for children from 15c up Mens Drew and work lug Shoes from 98c up Mens Cloth ing from 83 u suit up Mens iiico Overcoats from 8250 up Mens Sunday Punts from 75o up Chil drens nice three pieco suits from 75c urilosdrens and Ladies Stockings from 4o liP S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON t TUB State of Maine which has had a I prohibitory liquor law elnca the time almost that the memory of man runneth i not to the contrary has just enacted a lAw to enforce the prohibitory law which strange to recite was being via lated everywhere The enactment may oboe the bars for a season but bv the i time the next Legislature meets they will be running wide open again and then there will have to be enacted an act to enforce an act to enforce the pro p1vleiona of the prohibitory law JUDGE PAYNTER ought to withdraw from the Senatorial race papersiboth dally that he hasnt the ghost of e chance But those who remember Woodeons predictions about Parker mad his fantastic doings on the eve of IItheNational election will likely fall to 1mccept such a prophets predictions or him more than a man who talks too much with his mouth without prop consideration of his assertions IJorA NEW JERSEY or the peace his decided that a womans tongue is a concealed weapon and that she should be punished as men are who are caught with a pistol or other weapon concealed t on their person that li to say when she uses her tongue as a twoedged sword We have never felt the agony caused by such a weapon but those who have- 8Y that that New Jersey justice Is a man of great anagoalty and under standing BILLY SUNDAY the exbaee ban pro fessional who forsook the diamond for the pulpit held a four weikV meeting at Dixon III preached at five dancing clubs converted three bartenders clot el several gambling houses and raked In 12750 A pretty good months work for a profetsloiat preacher instead of a ti recent convert who has just gone into the evangelizing business GOV FRAZIER of Tennessee jumped from private life to be governor of his State and after a short occupancy of the position now goes to the U S Sen ate This la almost as remarkable as Grover Cleveland1 jump from the sher Itlalty of Buffalo to the presidency of the United States However be was t mayor of Buffalo and of New York iu the loterlmIDELAWARE has abolished the pillory but the whipping post still stands as a deterrent of crime It is remarkable how few petty criminals are flogged In that State and how like the deadly plaguo those from other States shun Delaware for their operations If this Isnt an argument for the whipping post name It nod take It MRS CASSIE CIIADWICK eays she wants to deny and deny absolutely that Andrew Carnegie Is her father Mrs Chadwlck Is wiser In her day and generation than most people If she can make such a declaration It baa al ways been regarded as the belghib of wisdom for a child to know Its own father THE INTERIOR JOURNAL sends hap j py greetings and congratulations to Gov Beckham May the son whose advent now gladdens his heart prove a worthy tclon of a noble family and 1r some day fill the position so ably filled toy his popular tether THERE are said to be 05 grand in Russia whose revenue exempt fromI t t e taxation Is stated at seven billions ol dollars As the great mass of Russians have rarely enough to eat there 1s lit tle wonder that riots occur ani that a duke Is removed time he glve6I the assassin a cbaoceIN O NELSON a St Louis million alre said In a speech the other day that the habit of getting rich was a bad one That may be and yet but 4veryof us will ever try to divorce ourselves from such a habit THE U S Fish Commls loner says the lobster has been almost exterml nated Those that Inhabit the sea may be but the human lobster like the t poor le always with us and shows no I signs of race suicide BOOKER WASHINGTON was a guest of honor at a small club dinner In New York the other evening The preslI dent dined with the coon doncber know and white snobs are nothing un lees Iraltatlyo MIDDLEBURG Farming and gardening aro being widelayed on account of the heavy rains Miss Cora Wesley of Liberty Is visiting relatives hero James Eaeon of this place has taken a position with the Chicago Veueer Co at Burnslde t A great revival Is going on at the M E church being conducted by Revs Fellows of Somerset Roundtree aodI sTaylor Much good te being accom i pllshcdRev Willard Tllford has moved to Mlddleburg and Is building a reldenceI Miss Vada Gifford of Dye Miss Ettte Gifford Miss Settle TIN ford of Liberty Ii visiting relatives here tN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES During the 14 months of Its exlatan e at Mlddlcsboro the United States recruiting Qfllco bus enlisted over 30 men for the army On Rlchland creek in Knox couc ty Thomas Barnes was fatally Iola ed by being struck on the head wltn a rock by a man named Carnes Contract for the erection of th Citizens Bank Southend was awarded u A M Parsons over several co petitors at about 30000 Somerset Journal Mrs Susan Shy Smith one of the oldest and bestknown women of Liar rodsbure died of a complication diseases following a severe coca of grip She was seventy years of ag and Is turvlvcd by three children The United Daughters of the Con federacy are to be congratulated upon their selection of Co John R Allen as the orator for tbelr annual Memo rial Day celebration which will take place on the afternoon of June the 3rd Danville News Frank Davie the 17year old boy who was arrested for attempting a criminal assault upon the 10yearold daughter of M Steele was held to tbo grand jury under a bond of 15000 Davis admitted his guilt says a Bar rodsburg dispatch The bones of a human being wer found lying In a hole near a rock fence on the farm of Mr D N Prewitt this morning while he And another ma were engaged In repairing a portion o the fence that had fallen In At first Mr Prewitt thought they were the bones of a dead hog or calf but upon Investigation be was horrified to see that they were thoremalns of a human The entire skeleton excepting the feet was found and brought to the city where they were turned over to a local physician It could be plainly seen that the lleth bad been oft the bones but a short time Advocate The POLITICALI asBuciHtion elected W J Bryan presl dent Beau E Folk brother of Gov Fol of Mlseourl was reflected State Treas urer of Tennessee Gov Lea of Delaware signed the bill abolishing the pillory as an Instrument for tbo punishment of convicts Judge George Denny has filed his application for the position of Collector of Internal Revenue for the Lexington district The President has appointed Truman U Newberry of Detroit Mich to be Assistant Secretary of the Navy t succeed Charles H Darling resigned A dispatch from Washington to the Louisville Times says that Congress man Gilbert has about made up hi mind to become a candidate for Cover oarVice President Fairbanks and the Bon John W Yerkes wero guests o honor at the bacquet of the Tarheel Club at Greensboro N C Both delivered addresses Mr Yerkes discuss ed the Philippine question at length advocating the retenslon of the Island by the United States Republicans of Russell county have nominated the following for county o Ul carl Par judge H H Dunbar coun ty attorney M E Tarter county clerk Elmer Wheat sheriff E T Hughes l iller H T Sullivan school superin tendent T S Isbell assessor Logan Wilson Jr surveyor S W Leach HERE AND THERE A woman was appointed deputy sher liT In El Paso county Col The Esrl olRosslgnhas been married- to Miss Anna Robinson of Mlnneapo Hi Minn A tlOaweck Baltimore clerk spent 1450 to get married and then his wife sued him for divorce President Burrls A Jenkins wa elected president at the National meet log of the Disciples of Christ The Russian Internal loan of f100 000000 has been signed The price Is 66 and the bonds are redeemable in 50 yearsThe trial for ball of the Harglscs and Callahan continues at Lexington It Is hardly probable that the case will be finished this week At Hlndman Elliot Dyer was shot five times by H Cody town marshal Cody was shot once In the melee Dyer Is badly hurt but It Is thought that be will recover Codys wound Is not serious Now said the greatest magician rolling up his sleeves to show that be bad no concealed mebanlsm todecelve the eye I shall attempt my never tailing experiment Taking fron his pocket a silver dol far be said I shall cause this coin to disappear utterly So saying he lent the dollar to a friendre eIncredible Brutality It would have been Incredible brutali if Charles F Lomberger of Syracuse N Y had not done tho best he could lorc his suffering son 11Iy boy he Bays cut a fearful gashover his eye so I ap plied Uucldcng Arnica Salve which quickly healed it and saved his eye AItto good for burns and ulcers Only c at Pennys Drug Store What cbaolea n a pair wo tea When they are wed alas Fo reparteeDegenerates 0PUBLIC SALE- A I executrix of It L William I will on 1035rtwo miles from Hus tonvllle on the Liberty pike tell to the highest bidder a lot of personal property Fiftyemules fmnllr marl t largo young mute geldmou and harness surrey I buckboard two plowcultivator 3 I gnlvanUcd Iron troughs grlnditonc line kitchen table large dining table and furnitureIcn11I over tORt amount poles on 0 months time ofefrom date Mils NETTIE Wiuuus Executrix of It L Williams dpcoueil Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Lincoln County National Hank of Stanford K Plaintiff vs W T Stono arid Alex Traylors ndinr De fondants Pursuant to a judgment of the Lin- Coln circuit court rendered inthonbovo 1stled action lit the February term undersigned Muster Commis sioner of said court will on MONDAY APRIL 10 IPOS Between tho hours of nnd J v M In front of tho courthouse door in Stan ford Ky sell at public outcry to thee highest and best bidder all the right title and Interest of the defendant W T Stone in and to the land herelnaf nsIfT Stone owns about 72 acres of sold land in fee simple and a life estate in about 30 acres of said land and 15 of 30 acres in remainder Sold land is situated in Lincoln county Ky on the waters of Dix River and Is bound ed on the North by tho lands of James Robinson on tho East by tho Lnban Withers form on the South by tho Joseph McClary farm and on the West by tho C D Powell farm Tho amount to be realized from this sole is 8I5 49 with Interest thereon at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from Dee 0 1004 until paid and thu costs of this action The sale will bo made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to give bond for the purchase money with good security alt able to plaintiff and bearing Interest from the andkO B SAUPLKY M c L c c Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court George T Wood Ac PlnlntiITS John G Lynn to Delendantli tice of Salu- PutSunnt to a judgment of till Lit cola circuit court rendered In the above styled action nt the February term 1Ulf6 the undersigned Master Commis sloner of said court will on- o MONDAY APRIL 10 1005 Between Uw hours of 1 and 2 i1 M In front of the courthouse door in Stan ford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and l est bidder the real estate herwes for purposes of division Said real estate consists of two tracts of land bounded as follows First tract be ginning at u tone in DIIIIJrhertys lint pulesithe branch thence N sf li 40 poles 21j links lo R btuK In the road thence N JSt U 3t1 poles 151htks to u sunk in the road nearly opposite the front gate S llK 40 poles 30 links to a stake in an oak stump thence S 32f E 38 poles 10 links to n stone cor ner to Tuckers thence N 4 E 200 poles 7 links to a stake on a lodge of rock in the road and corner to Flmlley Campbell thence N i E S2 poles 13 links to n stake in thu twofer of the road thence N 21 J W poles II links corner to Tunis A Hill N 70 W 19 poles ii links to n stone Martin line thence S 20 W 7 polos In links to 8JtWto Stephenson thence S Uf W 78 poles 5 links to a stone corner to same and Davvos thence S 11 W lOJ poles 15 links to tho beginning containing 193 acres three roods and 12 poles of land 2d Tract beginning at n stake in the county road and comes to first tract thence S 131 W 60 poles 10 links to a stono near n hickory Etttinj sugar tree und hickory bush marked as poin polestolinks thonc N 45 i If 1 poles 12 links to a stone near a chestnut stump thence S 38 E 13 poles to a stono thence S Oii E 20 poles to n stono thence S b110 polos 15 links to the center of tho road down Squirrel Spring Hollow thenco with same N polesthence13 poles 5 links thonco N 00 E 22 polos 15 thence N 701 K 18 poles 15 links to a gum stump ontho Southsldo of tho road thonco N 60 E 20 poles 15 links to a hickory at tho foot of tho Ottsloythencestono corner to same thence N 21 E 7 poles 5 links to a stono cornea to same thence N 03t E It poles 22 links to a black oak thence S 72 E 17 links to a stake and gum pointer on the bank of Little Mud Lick Itthonco N 33 E 37 poles 14 links to a stone ear nor to tho first tract thunco with his line N at W 38 poles 10 links to It stake in a stump thence N 151 W 40 poles 20 links to a stake in tho road nearly opposite the front gate thence S G81 W + links thenco N 81 W 34 poles 8 links totho beginning containing 00 acres of land being tho same conveyed to Goo T Wood us trustee for his mother Mrs Sarah J Wood which conveyances are re corded In the olllce of clerk of tho LlnVoIn county court In Deed hook 2i page 554 and Deed Book pugo 354 sale will bo mado on a credit of six 12 18 and 24 months t of tho purchase price to be due and payable ut- ttin expiration of nnnli of tho periods willhQ toheest from date of sale G B SAUFLEY M C L c C l fICRITERION r f f r Yon all know what this menus wliuii found upon tho HANGER ofit innnb Coat It inoaris ns atftiCtwork ml11s lip as man can perform the cutting 01 the garment the sponging of the goods tho fitting of tho linings the padding of tho shoulders the shnpo retaining front the t graceful set of the collar Every point and tlftnil is core fully mode and I feel still today in saying THE CRITE lION CLOTHING for men is excelled by none AVe have our Spring stock in nil thu latest colors and stylus from X10 to 1750 e H J MROBERTS STANFORDII I w 4 w WANTED I Turkey Duels Oee e and Chlrkent Hlgbeit cash market price H B NOHTHCOTT Stanford Ky RA JONES Pty Office In Mfn Home Pnrlor Ihone 01 For Sale t 00 lUobali of Olydndalv Se1 Uat Yielded last summer 80 buihei to the are 0 unH Wliitr P II A W HI U U X t A S PRICK Surgeon Dentist Stanford Kj l DENTIST Stanford dDoraF1OprbusBoone aaewtrr UcBoUrti Proc Store In the Owilt UuUdlui r FOR SALEIduringthe Until sold or month of March JOOl on the John toha faun near Otton helm I will offer for islet I One driving pony I leather top bum an organ bio turn taro tome of which le ua good ai new other boiuflhold goods etc Adolph Kuehltnann tailor St Johiii Rot Church Ottenhelm Ky Ea DPeytonDKALKIl Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford No sot REPORT OF TUB CONDITION 0THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE AT HU8TONVILLE In the State of Kentucky at the close of builneu Mar 11th190S- RESOUIICFS Loans and diicounU U2100 II Overdrafts secured and uuaccurad 2201 S Horidi to secure clrcutdenJI2M 80 flanking hoes 00 Due Iron National Hank not He serve Agents 10110 Duetrom State and hanker 1780 Due from approved reserve agent 31807 Cheeks Items II Notes of oTher National hanks 2617 00 picket and cenn21SIawlul Money Reserve In Legal Specie tender note 1675 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation Ore 00 2CO8WTotal LIAUILIT1ES Capital stock paid IIIM JWjOO 00 00fundSur duo Undivided profiu lees t peolta and 1t91 07NationalIhlll toother Due to StUD Hauka and Ilankcr- arluMu 000 00 deposits subject to ch ck1I79IT bl ITOlal 200828 Si STATE OF KNTUCKY County ol Lincoln of the above named I J W Uocker caihler do wlemnly awear tknowledaodDehit t II true to the bClit my J W ROCKER Gehlea- d Subscribed 1903 Ji iluomtsN PL C20th Conmlulon esplrea March 1m CQrrectAtteat JltouIICSO J S MURPIIY Directors G L CnIKNTKR 1 fHCantfor painting Ihwu Tlh rrasons plain Mastic Is the punf4t tluTt foro the u wt ilnraMo an l occiMn teal Thiro in n whole string of other fvlluwn ttlU- Iling Just as good nil Mastic but they bit t prt it they onwt Tim luuJjila of Mastic in pui llshud Its matte of pure lend silo MM llusnd oiltlw nvoat duraliltj kind of piilut itml iu purity Is thuroioro unquestioned As purity meaty durability the IIM8l1itlul ing qualities of Mastic lave given it Ui titlor u21UJ Rival That Lfillutt and thus title la Lacktd byiPEASLEE GAUL ERT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY- and wo heartily rccommciid it tour trade FOR SALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE Ky ft 2000 FEET t airetss I have just received 2000 ft of Gutter and I1 ipeJDo you rcmomber how suarcc water was last Pall JJotter lot mo glitter your house now while you can catch some water I can fix you up front the house roof to the bottom of your cistern Any kind of pump Also llaselden Filter S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky Oliver Plowsw seats Full Stock of Oliver Plows and Reoairs on Hands I W E Perkins Stanford f Crab Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc during 1905 of firB McRoberts IKy DRUGGIST STANFORD 1 And Save Money t t iil At 50cr A big lino of solid colors and fancy patterns Mohairs Solids in Black BrovnNnvy Haul Grey Fancies in Brown l and White Black und White Blue and White These are the right thing for shirt waist suits At7- 6eIVe show nil the now solid colors Black and Fancies in colors 75o SIOO and 160rFor White Mohair Cecilian U8orNavy and Fancy Es neeiallv fine for I THE ArlFoi n KY MAIL 21 KM moIL cRrolul service precrlptiODi Tbat le the way pro tcrlpttoQi Ira Oiled at Penny Drug- Store PERSONALS I e MR JOHN W WALLACE It Miss ANNIE LCNSKOUU It III wilt trip aCEO a HOOSK went to Lexlnjrtoi Wedneiday Mn MATT WOODSON ot Corblnwa here Wcdne y A 0 DILL has ROOD Into the lllo In turaocs builnei Rev AND MRS II II MILLS went to London ycslortuy Mn n V ROUT was at Lebanon 01 butlnei Wedneiday MRS J O UC LAItY who bat been III UconTMcielng 5 D TUHNEtt drumratng for J It Biatleyt livery table Mil 3 M ALL N ot Mlllertbnr has lolced hit wife here Jons WKNTXLK the Otteohelmmer ohant oonUnue very III ROBGIIT L LHWIB made a VMilaaii trip to Girrard thU week Miss MARY UUNULBY U at boas from LooUrlll for a few dens MRS K II HKASlnv end Mln 181 oo Deaiiev are vlilUni at Parts WIIUAM CUFTON little ion of Mr aid Mrs P L fleck U quite ilelc THE family ot Mr 0 W Taylor bu- Oyed to the Pleaiant Point iMtlpn- OR J F 1BYTOM was vUltlne the family ot Mr J W Harden at Pert MISS Of AKA BllHHON of Lytlcli the goat ot Mil Pearl Campbell at Gob cmJVMM M C SACrLKT art Dell I1 U Meiloberv wet to Frankfort Wed MHday MH II J McROBBim U In CtMlB ot RILl wyll5 saollol iprlnc Aid tawner BUI wear MMS MAKUAKBT SLAUUHTIW ot Mtrotr oorstywe Iat grist el sans Vallle OravM MRS ANNMB JIOL IAN who has been III a long tine WM nbla to drlvc ttotown yesterday MAWS Come from Payetta that lodge W F Carton formerly of thus place U quite ilek WR aro glad to state that the reporL that Mill Oolite Wllohtr wee bitten by t a road dOlt It untruo t GAIT PUlL PaiCB returned yet tar looking the betday rom Hot Sprlnpi ter tram hid boiling out MR T M PBNSINQTON Is at home after a protracted vlilt to hUdnughter Mn Thompson Lp fayetto EDWARD COO jRhe taken a po iltlon with the National Cash U cUter Co with headquarter at St Loul Mss SALLIE COOKB of Danville gad Mr It H Young of Loulivlllo will arrlvo tomorrow to visit relatives TUB Ladle Aid Society of the Cbrlitlan church will moot with Mn T J Fos6ar at 230 to morrow after noon MRS K P WOODS li growing grad ually weaker and the doctors have about abandoned hope for her ro covery MR AND MRS J K VAN n8DAL spent several days In Loulsvlllo with their soni Uourno and Lawrence Van Arjidale s MISSES LOUISK CRAWFORD and May I Bodlne Walker and MrTboranB Walk er of Louisville are guests at Mr A M Poland MRS WILLIAM PRESTON TATS to meet Mrs Charles Hamilton Payne of Uoston on April 4th 4 to 0 p M t Invitations just Issued i0 Miss Lucy McKlonoy Is slightly better and Mrs McKinney U able to bo up MRS M V MOORE of McKlnnoy left Tueday for Washington City whore sbo will spend several weeks with her dauirhters MM S G Pul lIam and Mrs R W Hood DR STEELS BAILEY loft yesterday for Salt Lake Utah to visit his daugh Mrs C P Harvlolle Drs Bailey Stor Harvlolle havo an Infirmary there t which ls said to bo a decided succcna LOCALS PURe homemade raaplo syrup Geo H Farr JUST received one car lord of North T ern Seed Oat E T Ponce dr Co FOR RENT Garden on shares or fo tho money Mr Mary Bureb A IitmillT young lady can get a pool Lion by calling at this ollce at once DARRKU Rock eggs GOo per letting for tale by Mrs W C ShenkaWILL be at thebalance of the week to display and bang wall pa per John Burns 2i LOT of extra cuUUatad hemp seed tree from rape for tale J T BaokI ley ft Son Stanford Ky FABUIONAIILR women In Vienna are abandoning the corset They doubt less get enough hueelng without It FUR IlBNT Brick bouio on Lance ter Street Just vacated by G W Taylor Posieislon at once P P Nun nelley STRAWIIRRRIBS at perquart are on sale In Loutivlllo A single quart at that price would glut the Stanford market FRUITS ot all kind groceries etc obeaper tban eliewbero See my stock Depot street near Main John Cook Stanford Ir you want to see a nice lint of bug gies and runabouts eall cod MO H T 1IIOOt CO Now Is the time to buyi before they art all picked over A VALUAIILR niTSTLKiWblle the body of Mrs Annie E Warner wbo dropped dead at Cincinnati was being prepared for burial 13900 In bonds and 1161 In mash were loud In the bustle she wore DURING her married lite of over 20 ysars Mrs John S Murphy of the Weit Hod bai spiel only three nights away from home nod two ot thou wore at the bedew of a lick relative Can any other Lloftota cOy wile beat that record l MK JOHN H FOSTER has bought of Mrs Mal Ma LHWMQ her plant of U aerei adjilolng his term at 870 ThU give Mr Foster about 600 aer s of snUnJId land Mr Poetic hat rented the LAOTIOH plies Ui B O Good for next year TUB altonlloa of owttrs at mare Is called to the advertisement of Gallon W M DDIldlI One stallion which ap pears this Issue Gallon Is one of the bestson ot the great Gambetta Wllkes Is a splendid breeder and an animal of good style and action e ClOARBTTBB are now absolutely pro hibited In Wisconsin and Indiana and at In Kentucky snveral State forbid their into to minor All tbo same the minor get them hero and elsewhere and It Is tho commonest of sights to see boy In knee pants pulling at a cigar etto and pulling their brain out Where do they get them Possibly the grand juries might answer or at least try to- SintNti OlKNlKci You aro Invited to attend our opening on Monday and Tuesday April Hrd and 4th 10 A M to 0 i M Besides some exclusive styles In fine dress goods and trimmings rich novelties In walstlngs and artistic neck wear wo will havo for this special oo caslon fresh from Japan genuine land painted china novelties chocolate sots etc We hops to bj favored with your prosenco John R Jones DAUOUETEK fled at the homo of Dr Prowltt elx miles beyond Ottonbolm Wednesday of grip and other troubles He was In his 83rd year and bad been a preacher for many years Ho was tiNt a mem ber of the Baptist church but joined tho Christian church a number of years ago and since had preached the gospel In many churches In this and adjoining oointlcs Elder J G Livingston wbo preached his funeral at tho homo yes terday told us edrao years ado that ho considered Rev Daughutoo ono ot the soundest and best oxpoiindors ot gospel truths In his acquaintance Mr Daugh Dtoa had been a Mason for a long and was a charter member of the Fellows lodge established hero in 1800 Ho was married several times and Is survived by a number ot children The burial occurred In Buffalo Cemetery at II oclock this morning Tho Odd Fel lows wero In charge and Roy Liv ingston made a few remarks and prayed at the grave Thus passeth away ono ot Lincoln countys oldest and best cit him zone and many there aro who weep for t f Are All The Go eltaretres These practical yet dainty and stylish fabrics are just the thing for Spring wear You will be surprised at the wonderfully beautiful and striking designs in which the manufacturers have produced them this sea son We have them in stripes and checks in the small unobtrusive patterns that fashion dictates You are invit ted to visit our dress goods department and inspect our purchases i SEVERANCE SON STANFORD IINTERIOR JOURNAL phyjIclln condltioaI eII dDaughoteo Mohairs dustshedding MONEY to lend on realty at 5 percent Wm S Lawwlll Danville Ky OCR Klngsvllle letter tells of an acct dental shooting at Boiren near Junction City TUB Confederates of Lincoln countv are requested to meet In Stanford on the first Saturday loAprll to attend to Important business r AFTER two days of beautiful weather a little snow and an abundance of rain fell last night It looks pow as It are to have clear but cooler weather A GOOD crowd from hero will wit nets the performance ot A Noble Outcast at Alcorn Opera House Hutton vtie tonight You had better join It MR A C DuNN superintendent of plies will let contracts to put gravel and stone on the various pikes In tho county on April court day I0th See adyerttiement next e Issue CALL In this week and see the larg est and belt assortment of furniture ever ibown In Stanford Matting carpet and wall paper also new and In great variety Trlbble h Pence LIHHRTY M K Humphrey has sold a halt Interest In his drug and hard ware store to R B Young The tookI will be Increased and Dick will loolcI after the machine department Mr James Glbonty Is moving his prop erty to Danville to which place ho will move about April the ltb His many friends will regret hie leaving and we gel aisared that Danville will lad Mr Glbooty and his altnlable wife most splendod cltlcins Ca ev News e CORHIV HOTEL Mr aad Mrs C L Cover of this county have rooted the Corbin Hotel at Corbin and will open It In a week oro Mrs Cover and her sister Ulti Kama filer were here yesterday to route to Corbln to get the hotel to readloetf The building Is new from bottom to top M Is the furni tare and other equipment U Is of rood era structure hcbted by steam water In each room aad Is lighted by oleo trinity The table will be tfrstelass at all times We bow and believe Mr RId Mrs Cover will make a success of their enterprise Corbin has a long tlmo needed a goad bntal- MATRIMONIAL The marriage ol Iles Edna Ramsey of Monticello to Mr Robert Waddell of Somerset IB announced to take place early In June Miss Ramsey who Is a relative of Dr L B Cook of this place Is a charming young woman and Is exceedingly pretty The engagement of Miss Chloe Baugbman and Mr Shelton M SauBey both of Stanford Ky Is announced Tho new la heard with great Interest here where both Miss Baughman and Mr Saulley Bro very popular The marriage will occur on May 23rd Lexington Beral- dNlNSELLELooANA pretty but quiet wedding Will that ol Mr L Phillip Nunnelley and Mite Kittle Logan at the brides home on Logans Creek Wednesday aftcrnocn A limited num bur of clove relatives and friends were present to see the two hearts that have loved each other so long made to beat as one Rev L M Omer onictatcd and the ceremony was both beautiful and Impressive The brldo was hand somely gowned In a tan crcatlonand her natural beauty never showed to better advantage Sbo Is the only daughter ot Mrs William Logan and ls as bright and popular ns sbo Is pretty Mr Nun nelley Is a most excellent young man and his exemplary habits and Indus trlous progressive and congenial dlr position make him admired and respected by all After the wedding Mr and Mrs Nunnelley drove to tbo hone ot his parents Mr and Mrs Le B Nunnelloy and with a number o their friends partook of a supper that would have been a credit to Dalmonlco The very best of almost everything eat was elegantly served and with Mrs R C Nunnelley and Miss Eva Goodo acting as waiters all wero moro than deler and mother adding no little pleasure to tho occasion The happy rouplo re turned to the Logan homo yenordav where they are now at homo to their legion of friends and whore wo hope tho best of the good things this world affords will always be with them CHURCH MATTERS peelsfr Tenn died at Hendersonvllle N C Ralph Vorbles of Clinton N J made a donation of 1100000 for the worse of the American Tract Society Sheriff Ed Callahan who Is a Pre bytorlan Is laid to have built a church bouse at his own expense and paio the pastor until the congregation was self sustaining The many friends ot Rev I S Me Elroy D D will be pleased to learn that he has been called to the pastorate ot the First Presbyterian Church Co lumbus Ga He will enter upon his work the first or April Dr McElror was eight years pastor or the Maxwell Street Church In Lexington Come and let us worship the Lord together at the Baptist church Sunday at 11 A M The pastor will preach Subject Acceptable Service Evening services at 715 PI The One Thing Lacking or The Ideal Young Man turn away1 Sunday school at 930 A M Dont over sleep yourselves Serve God with the same faithfulness you do your business Get up and be prompt with your Matters work Has He not been faithful to you O M HCEY Pastor PREACHERSVILLE Wm Richardson has movod back to his old stand Phillip Thompson caught the largest tIb eeen in town this season He Is tee only one ot our anglers whose tisb equals belt wasted T W Payne weighed up a buck board to W D Eimore atlisperponnd end received a sow and pigs at 5c This Iwthlt trade teat Lake the cake Phillips ft Stone contractors and builders of Stanford are doing some good house repairing for Mr N J Horton These gentlemen know their bustnoM Mr James F Green died near here aged 73 He Is survived by his widow and seven grown children Ho mar ried Miss Susie Hutehln In 1MO and Plor to lb3 lived In Bell county In rellglOB be was a Prrdeilnarlun Dip list Alter laura services at bs late home by Rev W M Hutcblos his re mates were laid to rest near his home J H Thompson told to S DCarpen ter a bunch of nogs and some to W D Eimore at 4o W B Bennett bought 40 cattle from parties M Stanford at 3e A J Thompson bought sx steers of J F Pettus at 3tj J 4H ueblae pur chased lOcAiil of d ffiritoi parties at 3to S D carpenter told to W D Kl more 10 bogs for Slav delivery at it J L Huoblna btiahi a farm of the Green heirs for i3u- FOR SALE McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS I ogee for ale mv mill and residence In MoKlaneT Iy Mill bas Hour capacity of M barrel and went 1M lHkel per Mill U well IIPIt4td with modern machin ery ID goad repair ttotHpecajwclty of 3060 UuMiolr of wheat also large corn bins and cribs Wagon scales operated tram olllccoftl btoi end Ice hou e All under roof Never falllur water In will lot Mill Ii Miililit tot feet of CtoclnoHit Southern It It trn k and has private aiding The loco tlon U good for tho following reasons Me Klntey U oeareit market toneny of the largest wheat and corn growers In Lincoln county largo territory furnUlilng custom grinding The feed and coal basinets In connection with ulil pay veil No trouble to market all products froze mill Ktl dencu a twostory tlx room frame with cistern on brrk punch Milk house at luck door cemented all comparatively new Largo burn buggy house In mill lot On ac count of ay fulling eyesight and health generally my physicians have ndvUed me to quit the milling business Par further particulars call on or address Ir Edw Al corn iiuttonvlile KT or W McKinney KyJ MrKINNEY McKlnney Ky DO IT TODAY11 1And to think that ten months ago I looked Ukt lhlst I owe it to German Syrup QThc timeworn Injunction Seven put torform Do it today f That is the terse advice we want to ou about that withoyou eral lays perhaps weeks JTake some reliable remedy it TODAY and let that remedy be Dr Boscheea German Syrup has been in use for over thirtyfive ears A few doses of it will- undoubtedly mlleveyour cough or and its use R few days will cure completely JKo matter how scntrd your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will cutely effect n cure ns it has before in thousands of ap cases of trouble size75cFor Sale at Pennys At 1OO- We show the solid colors such as Brown Navy Black and Fancies in the Mohair and Cecilian weave These are very silky in appearance and are most suitable for making dresses as they are made this Spring with lots of tucks plaits and fullness f 15O- Wo offer the silk warp Mohair This is certainly pretty material as one desires to sec A cheap silk warp is no prettier than plain Mohair but the one we show are pretty as silk iThey On We havo had other lines in our to compare nnd wo assure yon that the garments we oiler arc superior in many points to any we have over seen You want the best of course We it Will UP to show you SUITS t RIGHT ON INSIDE You can not tell oil hand jut what it is that imparts to a garment that much desired element Style You rec ognixe it when you see it and you often wonder why sonic garments so much moro snap and expression than oth ers Our garments arc snappy and stylish and they stay that way Are Made Right The II stock Jiave glad called possess because Inside CUMMINS Cl McCLARY Stanford Kentucky p Galton 12910 Sired by Garabcttii Wllkes SiHi 1st dam Daisy Klcld granddam of Alice WHUe 5il7 Alretta 215K by Enfltld sire of six In 230 and damt of 60 In 230 or better lod dam Quickstep by Kentucky 1rlnce Jr sire of J Q 2I7 Lemonade S27X and the dams of 15 In the Ilstl 3rd dam by Old Joe sire or the dam et J Q 2IJ Oalton carries the blood of tour loading families Wtlkes llauibletonliin MnmbrlnoUulof and Seelevn American Star Gallon Is a dark bay IS 2X breeds long with fine style and action and a sire of speed Onlv three of Gallons colts have been handled fofspecd having all work ed mites out In 859 and better Thus Is evidence that he will get plenty of speed from the right cll8 of mares and a horse that colttree speed cant get action or good road horses I have soul four of hit to flvoTeorold at an average of 1300 Boll another fouryearold for 8100 the got crippled before shipping therefore Ilst the title Havo one that lean foil ut fillY lime Mr Mlddlelon find myself have ono at Danville we have refused fttO for Ho will be handled this season for speed a o Carpenter has u young gellllllg by Oniton find hRS refused 8300 for hIm lie holds him fit SIOOO This Ujuita few Instances of recent sale Galton has mado all of hug seasons utwystnbieIl In all and served ho last three soon an average of T5 mares the season This Is of the best recommendation a stallion can have He was a great show horse In Ids Toungdayn having defeated some of the brut In harness classes and labored under a great disadvantage owing to a very bad cripple In one shoulder at u twoTcarold with the cripple he CliO york a mile In 528 with but little handling Ills have gone against Itnd the best one of his colts having won a 15 prem lum at the lluitonvlllo Fair over the best Thl u few Instances of what he has already done not what he U going to do for I think his future will be much bettor us the llflU ot mares lie It getting or late are much better than his Out seasons OItOIlS sire OumbeUn Wllkoi has produced one of the greatest famlllr Ho has 13 In the 5to list ThU Is more hu any other horn has In 2ilO Ho has tai In 230 and bettor Tills U more than any other horse of his age baa In tho 230 lIt Gumbcttay sons aid daughters have over 400 In tho 210 list This Is proof that Gallon Ina right for what I claim for him Gallon will stand nt f 10 to Insuro a lire colt nmres traded oft after breeding forfeits Insurance Orals after the SOth of April at f2 per month Will stand At my place two miles West of Hustonvllle on RradfordsvlilypIke- hone in residence W M noun Hustonvllle TRADE WITH McCORMACK PEACOCK HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY i HE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered in tilt lo OTfceatStaJordt ncondclan antlerrt- 113W811IGIp TfKHDAYH AND IJUUI T 100 PER YEAR CASHI KB When not no paid 1500 will f 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION a No Train joint NOU 104 11m N16u SSOa Ie N 25II South 1216 am 23 n m1285 11m t For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of laud IUuatcd just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has rooms klUhon and ler Ii rants room cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stxI J P BAILEY I J H BOONE CO Proprietors STfiB6EI SBD CARTERto Bruce dt Darter Livery Feed and Sale Stable 4Depot Street STANFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connection t midway saloon COOD RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Dlue keg and bottled 0 14RrenVSouthwood mixer Phone 86 Stan ford K- yJesse W Sweeney cfraoralwronLivory Food and Salo Static Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancastor Ky Wn SHUOASS Proprlclr Electric hU In every room Refurnished in J under entire New Management Bob the firortU porter meets all trains Urge WelllljhttJ Sample Root Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy reailv made clothing when there is so little difference in the price of high grade ready made suits nod a cult made to your measure taken by an ox tailor I have a handsome line of Spring goods I olin make from a low prlco business suit to the finest dress suitAlso Spring overcoats and troua ers The company I represent Is one of the best I Also have a lino of goods I make up mrulf for those who prefer It II C KUILEY the Tailor OMuiiony Insurance fluent patronageacounties oi Boyle Casey who may be seeking Insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado Nono but and best OldLlno Corn t panics represented and the low eat possible rates arc guaranteed Phone Stanford Kentucky ersrINUMBER ONE r I c I e VeterinaryLiniment t I A universal embrocation for affec lion ot the skin S and joints HORSES Valuable for AND strains ofII nois ringbone launder soreness of I of joints wind gulls bites external 5 l t cracks au j Isand pour well cleanse before on Into otherdLealieI gently over sore a stilljointsthoroaghiy parts Ifected three times u day Fur crocked heels ringbone pull evil etc the general directions tire to apply the tfreely twice n and F bottles for sale I DR11 Pharmacist N IhIIY1 LKVJJI y IFor Rent or Lease A splendid large dry goods storeroom and a lurco warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Urns 8tanfor4 Ky Ap ply for particulars to J II Owsley or to The Lincoln County National Hank J B OW8LKV Sanford Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to Somerset I over for sate privately mv home on Eat Slain Street lu The residence Is a sixroom cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about IX acres ot land and the he me Is a mot delightful one For further particular call on or write me at Somerset Heck or Wm neck at Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I I desire to sell privately try hotel proper ty and livery stable In Ilustonvllle Build ing can be used as hotol or private residence and Is well arranged for two families Stable has 20 stalls and Is In good repair Plenty water at barn and house Is not old by Jan will rant It and can give pos session on that date slon of barn If rented or sold separately iCY 26 House and barn newly covered Hotel Is In Uraded School district For further particulars call onpr address p 8 CARPENTER Hustonvllle ICy Pruitt Brothers Wall Paper at reduced prices to make- room for new stock Carpet samples at and below cost Nlee new line of all of furniture at low prices Doors window IIcturegamesPRUITT BROS rurnltur Llvervaixl railerUklrg Deal ers Moreland Ky RESTORATIVE CUR- ESTOOU5DEBlLlTir pbrteslrentalpeoedCeretopmenttanUnakelteotrtarlii NCurrWk rr l ntn Pritr n su uniii and other trouble iilui causesSlakesEqually good for women Ikoklet free atturloolptpatdwrthaeaahante PtrrCR ME81CAI ASSOCIATION CHICAQO U I A At Pennys Drug Store Dar21 TraHlort DXALIR IH lifblsk Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc KYClosePrompt ml polite stttntlon Nothlnr but the Us o drink cr telegraph orders rictlvs iroapt attention POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting fishing or any kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Charles Ensslln L II McAlister Mrs Kate Ador Reichenbach Dros Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Uaumann Alfred Simpson Decree Holmes Miss Mattlo II Hewes E Relchenbach Charles Cummins Jos Ballou A C Dunn S M Holmes W EAmon WIt Daugherty M J Hoffman H D Flmore Peter W Carter J Nnvln Carter J E Bruce W F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Ferrlll P J Conn John n Oameulsch Sam Trowbrldge A D Root J+ G+ McCbMY AXER EMBALMER tr i And Dualear Ir ttRHEBS SADDLEBY SO Stanford Ky J Ce Beazley Cog Undortakora and- Embalmore AUODULHII FuruUureMntUti 8Rago They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right ITANFORD KENTUCKY y4kx4 a Ya LANDSTOCKCROPSETC ll D Carter sold to Col T P Bill a sorrel harness gelding for 8150 Clean baled timothy hay for aalo O 0 Harris Crab Orchard Ky 3t FOR SALEI00 cattle calves to twc yearold Mark Hardln Stanford Judge J P Bailey sold to Mt Baupbman a bay harness ware for 1150 WANTED 50000 pounds of woo Wood Cowan McCormack Stat fordeRegistered Polled Durham bull calfI ave months old for sale J E Stanford T F Dunlap of Woodford sold 1 twoyearold mules at Paris court at from 200 to 1260 per pair Fiftyeight jacks and jennets sold for 133000 at L M Monsecs Son public sale at Smtthton Mo George W Carter sold to Fred VonGruenlcan SO acres of bis farm on the Hustonvlllo plko at 86250 J B Foster bought of W L MoCa ty 10 stock hogs at 3io and of Mrs Mat cena Lawson end Jamea Meteor a lot of 100 pounders at 4c T S Hagan whohm been living In Garrard county for the past two year has purchased 110 acres ol land on the Barnes Mill plko from Jake Herndo at 186 Richmond Register BOONE COUNTY pure bred whit iced corn Introduced and grown here last year Two weeks earlier and yield lIve to twenty bushels more than any known variety For sale by F Retd at SI per bus Sec sample at First NIL Bank 4t The combination Hereford cattle ule at Kansas City last week resulted In tbe dlspotal ot 70 head for 17970 an aver ago of 1100 Iii 33 females average H20JO and 37 bulls I9US7 Qeslo 54th a eeven year old eon of the noted bull Heslod 2nd topped the sale a 1305The buyers of mule were on the market yesterday but mules were scarce Joe Bishop bought a pair of good ones from Babe Bobbin for 132 J P Ingrain paid Mr Willis 300 for a pair of twoyearold Winfrey i Colyer bought a nice pair of sorri horses of J W Tarter for 1200 Somerset Journal n ZIONS PAPER No GOOD Since th desertion of Deacon Charles J Ber nard Dr Dowlea financial agent the banks aro beginning to see a flnancla crisis In Zion City Officers of the Firs National Bank of Waukegan made complaint that the Zion City Bank Is slow In meeting drafts payable by 14 the Waukegan institution Fora went or so Dowles bank has been backward In making Its payments and the Wau kegan bank has warned the Zion City Institution that If payments arc not more prompt It will refuse 4o band Ie the Dowlo paper Other Waukeeai banks have declined to handle any of the Dowie paper Chicago Telegran ro N Y Tribune A R Osmond Va says Bt cause of the purity crusade now la irogress here a tobacco company sin a quandary as to what to do with iangers advertising a new brand of moking tobacco They represent a bapely girl clad In tights who hang by her knees from a trapeze smoking a cigarette and holding a bag of the now tobacco in her hand When a aletman started to put up these hang era he was stopped by policeman who warned him to desist until he bad seen the Mayor The latter sent him to the Thief of Police who In turn passed hIm along to the Police Justice who dvleed him not to put them up The Colonels Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller of buoy Orove Texas nearly met hla Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter belays I was nearly dead of these compainta and although I tried my family doctor he did rue no good to I got a 50c bottle of your great Electric liters which cured me I consider them the best medicine on tartb and thank God who gave you theknowledgeto make them Sold and guaranteed to cure lyspcpsh Biliousness and Kidney Di- scaup by Pennys Drug Store at 60o a bottle Death accident and pension benefits mounting to 82UOd8 32 were paid out of the Carnegie relief fund in 1004 to mploycs and beneficiaries of the Car egle Steel Company Bud its underly Inlt Interests Since the fund was eE ibllshed three years ago the disburse lents have increased five told 8180 025 17 having been paid out In 1003 and 18213 851n 190- 2Startling Mortality Statistics show startling mortality from pemlclt8 and peritonitis To prevent 8011 euro these awful diseases there Just one reliable remedyDr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery of 14 Custom noneo Placo Chicago says They have no equal for Constipation find Hllllous ness 25c at Pennys Drug Store Tbo Prince ot Wales on his coming visit to India la to give no presents and receive none When his father was Prince of Wales and visited India jcavo presents worth 1200000 and reo lived presents 82600000 HeMy father is +a nker and baa- never been Inside n theater In bla life SheII that so My father la an- actor and bae never boon Inside a bank In life life KINGSVILLE Miss Ottle May Fauikuer of Hlg Und was recently the guest of Mr J M McCarty The nfantda ugbter of Col and Ire Gooch died Sunday and was burled Monday afternoon Mrs Nary Maxle of Mllledgevlll was the guest of her son Sylvan Prl lit and wife a few days since Stroud Gooch of McKinney spent fanIothers having caught the Somerset ver Mm Rebecca McCarty ot Ptnevlll MoCarIhealthIplace a O S eras at Tucsda afternoon Wo understand the wound is not considered fatal and that It WII accidental He was taken to R Lea logton boipltat Everyone votes Mr W B Hoey our present station agent one of the clef crest and best ofllclals we have Iver had here He Is so genial and so eve ready to grant a favor besides bilni altogether efficient that he Is universally popular We hope Mr and Mn Busy are to stay with ual A Mr Carman of Casey was eon from here to the Lakeland asylum Frt day having become insane over sanatl Scatlon It tll said Mr German Is alma 00 years old Ha was phytloally eo powerful thatit required Eve etroi men to bold him though his feet wer tied and he was handeuffud We neglected to mention In our IIl1t letter tho splendid lecture dellvore here recently by that popular Moose bee M F Elitln at the Chrlstlai church He spoke to a good and lenc notwithstanding the Inclement weatb er Mr Elkin will return herein Mar and will again address his hearers Mack Williams gave a swell dane the other night after moving to hll new cottage Cbai Wells and Manfred Cnbvolette were floor manager and general masters of ceremonies and If anybody Imagines for a moment tba they are not strictly au fait they had better make the acquaintance of then renowned young gentlemen Trainmaster Wm M Tueney ant Mr Llston of Lexington were hers Monday Miss Margaret Routcn returned to Lexington Monday to resumi her position with Mitchell Casiell Baker Harve Watts of Harrlmnn clime up Saturday to see his family nere Mr and Mrs Will Murphy and children of Science Hill are guests of relatives hero Champ Murphy after a protracted visit to relatives here hat returned to Narka Kas Mr Bullet Is our new operator When a man tries to get his hat or the morning after be ceases to wondt why women try to wear shoes too small for them Even when a woman hang her clothe up In the closet they are still on her mind NOTICE All persons having claims against the 01 tate of W II lUdgelt deceased will pre tent them to me properly verified before May M ION Claim set presented within tbU time will not be allowed a n BAUfLEr M o L c 0 Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Paulino 1L Brojnor Plaintiff vs Arnold Stoineggur Ac Defendant No tlco of Salo- Pursuant to u judgment of the Lin coln circuit court rendered In the above styled action at the February corm tho undersigned Master Commissioner of said court will on MONDAY APRIL 10 1105 About 11 M at tho courthouse door In Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and host bidder tho tot lowing uosurttxiil real estate situated In Lincoln county Ky beginning at a white oak corner of 75 ncros J Alcorn and corner of Jnrvls and In lino of Yanco Smiths 20 micros thence with the division lino across tho Smith tract between Custlno S Wi E M polos to a stake in the outside lino and in Andrew Turnliulls line thence life lino lOi W 01 8100 poles to a stake In tho old Hridgcwatcrs lIuolSmith Turn bulls onllfKn N line fin V100 poles to n small gum and chest nut stump with pointers course of anu of Alcorn 75 ncros and of lot No 9 or 231 acres N 5S W polos to a stake on a ridge with two white oak pointers corner of lot No 8 then with sumo K 02 polos to n stake with noInteVs corner to lot No 4 or Justine tract thou his line S E C9J pulos to tho beginning containing 38 acmes of land This is to ratify certain loins held by Plaintiff Iaullno M Urcmer and by the dofond ants Amelia M Koohler and Emma Icrshfeldt Paulino M Brewer holds hreo notes each hearing datoAug 31 18U5 tho first note being for 8I0J duo wo urs after date anil heating In notebeinginto and bearing y and the third note being for 475 duo six years after date and bearing tutor est maturity Amelia M Koch for holds u note for e30 with interest from Aug 31 1695 until paid and mrnu Hershfeldt has u on tho land aforesaid for the sum of so with Interest from Aug 31 IBM The sale vlll bo made on u credit of six months and tho purchaser will bo required to lvo bond for the purchase money ipprovcd securltIIl1l1blo to tho Commissioner cent Interest from date of sale G D SAUFLKY M C L C C waa GOOD TIME Iho times nrc good ntul good iicojilo ve good tinioiilccos We have 1It only good but tho host tiineriicces on tho innrkot and you eliould really have one Our Ladies Wntchiu are tho best ever Goldfilled null warranted for 20 years boy nro surpassed 11ilOilO nod equalled by Av Tho price iliaright too Just 87CO And here is ono you prnctlcallj yeah trial nud never found minting 1 Twentyyear Goldfilled ease Elgin movement Its n beauty Only 810 The Chafing Dishes wo have speak for thennelvas In tho bedroom kitchen or parlor they mire indispensable Why heat up tho house in cooking what could Iw cooked in ton minutes 11n dialing 1ialt Ninedollar val ties wo nro going to close out at 050 Finest Silver Novelties of nil kinds lInt pins frojn 2Co up A tow choice selections left for your approval Tea Sols Muniouros Sots maid Military Brushes nro very nice present You veal thong youtvolf Why not como in nod let us show them It would please both us and yourself MURRAY flcADAMS Lending Jewelers Danville Ky Erllaess lr r6w sti iiThe last resting place of your departed ones by the election of a suitable Monument Let it be of exclusive and artistic design the best material and of perfect workmanship 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 NoneIcheaper WM ADAMS a SON First National BankSttntord Ky Capitol Stock 50000 This Institution was originally eiUbllihed it the Deposit hank of In 1IJI then rrorR DlipJ ai the National hank of Stanford In litS and agate rporc olie l 11 the First National Bask of Stanford IB HIS having had practically an unlntst rnptei ciUtence fur Tear It It better supplied now with faellltle for transac- ttobusiness promptly and well than nnbefore In IU long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited II e CAPITAL STOCK aoooo Directors J B Paxton J H Owiley n Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter- II Pester L 0 Ooooh W U UnmiUs W Drlght It I Io w U Shanks Baeeeoors to Tbe Partner Hank A Trust Company and aniler same management continuously fur 1C yean We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court John Buchanans Holrs PJulntliTs vs John IIiilikinunH heirs Defend tints Notlco of Sulo Pursuunt to a judgment of tho Lin coin circuit court rendered In tho above styled notion at tho February torn 1005 the Master Coininls sloncr of Raid court will on MONDAY APRIL 10 1005 Attho courthouso door in Stanford Ky about 11 M soil at public out cry to the highest und best bidder tho fnljowlnj rent estate situated In Crab Orchard Lincoln count towlt A and lot in Crnis Orch ard fronting on Main N 30 U 32 feet thonco with lino ofJohn Uuchanan S 001V 70 feet thence said lino S 52t W M 510 feet thonco with lot No 4 S 211 K 21 fi10 font thence with Samuel Ilardlns line N 60J K 118 feet to the beginning contalnln 8100 of an acre being lot No 3 to John Huchanan anti John heirsIHIIHUI IUIIU1U WlllllUIUlb of record In Deed hook 23 pugo 352 This oalo in made for tho purpose of division A credit 0 months will ho given anti tho purchaser will bo required to sale o n OL 0 C Lexington Ky IOffJcerJ J B I100KKH PresS ST IUHKK V Irei J J McItonKUTa Ohr W II WKAHRVAitChn Directors f ReM Danville B T Harris Stanford J Mocker SUnford K L Tanner MeKtnney SI D Elmore Stanford II luughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Ja Kobtnton Hubble J II llaachmao Stanford J Iettui Stanford 0 R Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Officers I II SHANKS Pre Idea J lVlaoW U nUIOIIXOaihlir WiO tAut Talk to Geo H FarrisA- bout StovesAny Kind You Need Hes Got Em undorutfrncd storehouse conveyed B by- Commissioner Co111I1IlsstOnerminidhontin SAUPrEYM I tLincolnStella II Mttlu Johnson tsDefendant No lice of Sale- Pursuant to a judgment of tho Lin cola circuit court rendered Intlicabovo styled action nt tho IttJbllll1rfttJlII1 1005 tho undersigned sioner of said court will on MONDAY AP1UL 10 1H05 About II M nt tho courthouno door In Stanford liy soil tho following described real estate In Lin coln county Ky near Kingsvlllo Be ginning at a atone on tho East side of tho plko and running with tho center of county N 78 K iOt poles to a stone and three sour woods thence K 181 K Oil poles to stono In tho old lino thcnco a new the W 132 poles to a stono In tho East silo ot tho pike thonco with tho same N 05 poles tothe beginning containing acres of land more or loss Tho object of this sale Is to convert tho interests of the infant defendants Into inonoy for their educa tlon and maintenance Tho laud will bo sold subject to the dower Interests of Stella K Johnson Tho stile will bo monde on a credit of 0 months the purchaser will borcuuircd to glvobond with approved security payable to the and bearing Interest at fllHjr cent froin date of stile 0 B SAUFUJY M c L c c e JLL