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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 t j VOL XXX11I STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 28 1905 3 P M NO 8aCHURCH MATTERS Rev R D Mahoor preached at T Dradfordsvllle Sunday Rev Ollbn Glass pru chea at the Preibyterlaa church Somerset Sun dayRev J O LlTlngaton will preach at White Chaps next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Rey Dr Slla O Swallow former Prohibition preldentlal candidate will t luipond publication of the Iaoniyl yanla Methodist this week and devote his time to the Church Forum Dlibop Burton of the Episcopal church will preach at the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening April tb at 730 Rev Spear of the Danville church will assist In the services Miss Sallle Alexacdcr a returned missionary from Japan will lecture at the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Walnut Flat April 5 at 8 oclock I M The public li cordially Invited Rev Dr Washington Gladden pai tor bl the Firat Congregational church of Columbus 0 In a sermon scored John D Rockefeller and advised ngelnal the acceptance by the Amerl can Board ot Million of hit Rift of 100000 Southern methodist will ratio 15 000000 endowment fund for auperannu ated preacher The American evangelists who have been holding the great revival In London declare that the aucceaa of the tnla ilon hit exceoded their moat sanguine expectations Over a thousand con verts they lay have publicly professed religion and tbouiandi more have prl vately acknowledged the iplrlt A German expert on gymnastic an nounce that one need not go to a wellequipped gymnasium In search of a course In health glving exercises Deep yawning practiced at a regular exercise U the cheapest and aurcat road to perfect health Wo aro still famil tar with the theory that systematic deep breathing II an excellent thing for the lunge and It li on ilmllar ground that yawning It recommended The expansion of the breast bone and the stretching of the arms which aCt company a wholehearted yawn to gether with the UHIng of the lunge form a splendid dally exercise The boy began on cigarettes They made him very pale And then be read dime novelettes And now be In Jill Chicago Chronicle Notice To Contractors Notice Is hereby given that I will on i MONDAY APRIL 10th J905 Ikginning nt 10 oclock A at let to tho lowest and best bidder who shall I give bud in nt least double tho amount of the value of the work to bo toile tho surety on said hoed to be approved by the Supervisor the furnishing hauling hrolkillg andaprending the amount of atono RIIII gravel Oil ouchof the sections ot the turnpikoi in Lincoln county as hereinafter appears Stanford Lancaster Turnpike Suction 2 from Wm Logans lauo to CJarrard line 10 rods gravel Danville A I ancastcr Iiko 20 rode stone and 15 roils gravol- Stnnfonl A Danville Pike See front Stanford to Hawkins Branch 23 rods stone See 2 from Hawkins ranch to Boyle lino 10 rods atone SUmfbrd A Knob Lick Koo from Stanford to Hanging Fork 20 rods gravel Soc 2 from lunging Fork to Iliutonvillo A piKo 20 rods gravel Lincoln Uolo Pike 1ft rods gravel Stonfonl niledgeville 1iko front Stnnfbnl A Ht 6lonvlo pike to Me Cormacks church 20 rods gravol Sec 2 from McGornmcks church to J Install vlllo 35 role gravol Stanford tflliwlonville pike See from Stanford to Turnorsville 40 rods stone Sec 2 from TurtiQrsvIlIe to l Hustonville 25 rods gravol Slanlonl V Preacborsvillo piko See from W A Hails to Wilkiu branch 25 roils steno See 2 from Wilkinsons branch to Preachers vilo 20 tads stone Stanford A frab Orc1lRn1111ko See from Rowland to Buughmans lane 20 roils stone Baughnmns lane to Hy waters gate 15 rod Mono SI1 from Hywnters gate to Crab Orchard 20 rods tone and 10 rods gravel Stnnfonl ifc Ottonhotm pike Sec 4 from J K Lynns toJ G Lynns 15 rods stnuo See 2 from J O Lynns to Iloonoa ihep 20 rods stone Sao 8 from Boonos shop to Ottenhoim 20 rods Crab Orchard t Lnnantor piko Sec from Crab Orchard to O W JSvans 15 rods stone Sec 2 from G W Evans to Garrard line 20 rods stone Stanford Dix Hivor tfc Gnrrard County plko Sec from Rowland to Jamos Halts 30 rods stone Sec 2 from James Halts to end of pike 25 rods of Mono and 10 rods gravol I Gnp piko 50 rods stone l Stanford fc Waynwbuig pike Soc 1 fWm Stanford to Ottonhoiin pike 20 role stoho Sec 2 from Otteidieim plko to May wood road at fbot of knob t 12 rods steno See 3 from Maywood road to J If Carters jrod stone SIC 4 from J H Carters store to Hiitchkone schoolhomo IS rods steno Sec 5t from Hutchisons tcbooMwu o to Units storo 15 rods stone Sec 0 front Butts store to KingtvUl pike 12 rob stone Sec 7 from Kingsville piko to Goorgo Gaines houe 15 mtlastune Soc t from Goorge Oninfe t to George ClilPs louse 25 roils siesta Sec 0 from George CIiiis to Wayties burg 80 rods stoma Ivlmjsvllle 1len ant Point piko Sec 1 from Waynwburg piko to Cawy county road 15 rods stone Sea 2 from Cnsey rood to Kiugsvillo 15 rods Bton- eMcKinnoy South Pork pike 25 rods gravel Sea from Ilustonvlllo to Johli Me11U IOIIVIIIU IV ill Salem pike Daniols 25 rods stone Sec 2 from John Mela eels to Mt Salem 20 rods stone McKinncy A Coifoys Mill piko See 1 from McKinney to old toll gate 20 rods stone Sec 2 from toll gate to Fair house 95 rods stone Sec 8 from hair houso to Mt Salem 10 rods stoic Sec I from Mt Salem to Ca Nay lino SO rods stone A McKinnoy pike 25 rods stone liustonville A Uradfonlsvillo 40 rods gravel gmelI75 1roll stone to rods Turnorsville A McCormaeks church pike Sec 1 from Tumcrsvillo to San llelm 10 rods gmvol Sec 2 from Helms to Columbus Bishops 10 rods stone Sec from Bi hops to Knob Lick piko 10 rods gravel Carpenters Station A Morcland piko 25 rods stone Turnorsville A McKinney piko 25 rods stone McKinney to John Murphys 15 rOils gravel and 15 rods stono Hush Branch pike Sec from Lancaster piko to Hawkins Branch 20 rods atone Sec 2 10 rods gravel Guarantee and surety companies accepted on bonds required herein Hod of btono or gravel consists of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone and gravel must bo on margin of section by Sept 15 1005 k All metal measured by Supervisor and designated when and where it shall ho Supervisor cony direct the removalof the crusher to nuy pike or section thereof in his discretion All stone shall bo broken so as not to ox ceed two inches in diameter If in the opinion of the supervisor the stone crushed is either too largo or too small or tho quality unsatisfactory ho may order tho work stopped and refuse toaccopt same No gravel shall ho spread upon the turnpike before Sept 1st t Bidders must announce at tho letting whether stono will bo broken by hand or crusher Tho wagons used in hauling metal from crusher shall he measured by tho Supervisor before beginning work anti shall bo filled full rounding to middle No metal shall bo spread unless the Supervisor Iii present Tho Supervisor reserves tho to reject nllfnlll all bids Copies of bonds required urn bo obtained clerks office A C DUNN Supervisor l NEWS NOTES Jules Verne the author died at Amiens Franco After kllllntr two an Oregon man committed suicide The skeleton of a huge prehistoric animal Wit found In Missouri Capl J L Gay a gallant Confeder ate soldier died at Frankfort Eight persons were killed and 10 In jured by a landslide at Semlln Hunga ryFlre at Chicago destroyed property worth 1140000 belonging to Swift Co Stripping to the waist two Ohio miners foukhtaknife duel each killing the other Don Manuel Aiulroc tbo Mexican Ambassador died In Washington after a lingering lllneea The girls of the S C Junior Clues defeated the Seniors In a basket ball match at Lexington Thumbprint method of Identifica LIon hat boon adopted by the Chicago detective department Fire destroyed 40 residences and 20 business house at Carbon Ind The lou la placed at 200000 One murderer was hanged at New Orleans one at Ablngdon Va and a third at Montgomery Ala Mn Cannlo Humphrey the oldeat resident of Trimble county died of blood poisoning She was 00 John W Drowning prominent aa a railroad man horseman and politicise killed himself at lodlanapolla The Slo Groves Tobacco Factory with 300000 pounds of tobacco burned at Franklin causing a 30000 loss Two men were killed and anothdr In jured In a freight wreck on the Balti more and Ohio railroad near Stanton Del s- Twcntyalx thousand aliens arrived last week In the United States At least 23000 are expected to arrive this week A New York child accidentally lock ed In a freight car the location of wblob la unknown March 20 la believ ed to be dead- Chained to their seats and heavily guarded In a rolling cage 30 Federal prisoners were taken through Lexing ton to Atlanta A Youngstown 0 mall collector who confessed that for three years be bad been rifling the malls la being guarded to prevent suicide A telephone arrangement by which guests at Jefferson banquets In Now York and Chicago will be enabled to hear speakers In both cities la propos ed The petition fora rehearing was overruled by the court of appease In tbo case of Caleb Power which goes back to the Scott circuit court for a fourth trialA fraud order has been issued by the postmaster general excluding from the trails the literature of the Old Kentucky Company whisky dealer of Covlngton The freight depot of the Anbeuecr Busch Brewing Association In St Lout was destroyed by tire together with 17 refrigerator car Tho loss U planed at 128000 The union miners and Western Ken tucky mina owners came to an agree mea on the wage scale operatives ac cepting the present prlco of 8Io per ton for pick mining After having spent tour days without food or drink In a stoollined box car Charles Wlleon was rescued In Louis vllle Ho attempted to steal a passage from Birmingham to Chicago and was locked up- Cltl7na of Sholbyvlllo and Shelby county have joined In a petition to the State railroad commission for an Inver tlgatlon of the freight rates charged by railroads entering Shelbyvllle and of the express charges made by the Ad ama and Southern Express Companies with a view of them and loweredIlaid to rest the family mausoleum at Leland Stanford University Thous nude of mourners attended and there was a wealth of floral offerings from all over tho country Ministers of several denominations Including tbo rabbi of Temple Emmanuol San Fran cisco took part In tbo service In bankruptcy court proceedings at Cleveland Mrs Chadwlck stated that the total amount of her Indebtedness will not exceed 8750000 Of this she says she received only 517000 leaving 1203000 for commissions to money lend ers She said that oho owes 1200000 to certain banks In Cleveland and that her Indebtedness In PltUburg la about 225000 The hearing was postponed until Thursday In order that certain bearing on the caso might bo procured In a number of cities For An iradAPPtite Loss of appetite nlways results from faulty digestion All that Is needed is a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach anti Liver Tablets They will Invigorate the stomach strengthen the digestion and give you an appetite like a wolf These Tablets also act as a gentle laxative For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard A IHUSTONVILLE Remember the horse show hero Sat nrday April 8h A large crowd will be In attendance W G Cowan bought a pair of fine geldIa cow Miss Ellen Powers who for some time bat been In the throea of grip la much bettor and will reopen hor dress making rooms In the Ark April let Mr Charles Wheeler has returned from the clUe whero she has been se acting from tho latest Imported spring millinery designs of Oiifla Fashion for an elaborate opening on April Oth Tbo Bert Marshall Comedy and Min strel Co will hold the board at Al corns Opera louse next Friday and Saturday nights at popular prices This company comes highly recom mended KMre Wm Myera Is having the rooms opposite Hotel Weatherford reopened and painted preparatory to opening a new stock of spring and summer mllll cry which Includes the handiwork of the most proficient artists The drawing for the now graded school building are about completed and arc remarkable for comfort con venltnce ventilation light and gener at adaptability for teacher and pupils The cost of the building will not exceed 3500 and the trustees will not ask for an Increase of tax as the 30 cents now paid will be auOlclcnt to pay the debt and Interest In 15 years orlcas and not make It a burden on any one The Immense establishment of J G Weatherford Co Is enjoying a well deferred patronage Their buyer In the East has added lines until they have a veritable city department store the staple line of which Includes dry eum1mersuits mado to order groceries tinware plows A full and complete line ofj drug prescriptions a specialty Furinlturo In cndleea variety Corsets tings rugs etc and the ladles shoe dJpartmcnt under the efficient super vision of Miss Julia Stagg An Inapen tlon of this establishment in every de partment la extended to alltoA Noble Outcast was presented at Alcorn Opera House on last Friday evening by the Stanford home talent company In such a manner as to reflect great credit upon the excellent training tbo company had received from their manager Mlaa Ella May Saunders Mill VanDeveer easily portrayed the characteristic grace beauty and warm heartedness for which Southern dames are and have been so famous Miss Haselden showed power In her portrayal of human character under such try lag circumstances Miss Mobleyi part was done In a most realistic manner The reading given by Miss Mahony was most artistically done and highly appreciated The little pianist Miss KateWaters Is duo the thanks of an appreciative audience for selections rendered as well as for the excellent ac companlraenta played for the excellent aollst Mr Traynor Col Lee never seemed moro real than Mr BalUrds personification and Joe Lynn CotTeys work merIt a wider field than that af forded by the local boards George Florence knows human nature and has the power of presenting It to an audience as ho understands It George Mcnefeo was the right fellow In the right place all the time Manley lucy manifested a strong nerve and a cold calculating disposition In his work as policeman The play was altogether enjoyable and wo invite our Stanford friends to come again but they must remember that the homo talent stand ard Is high here at present A Safe Cough Medicine For Children In buying a cough medicine for children never ho afraid to buy Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is no danger from it and relief Is always sure to follow It If especially valuable for colds croup and whooping cough For sale by Lyne Uros Crab Orchard Magistrate Now hero are four wit nesses who swear they saw you do tho deedPrlsooorYos yer Honor but I kin bring 40 osll swear they didnt see mo dolt In Genoa the policemen wear silk bats and carry silverheaded walking sticks Genoa seems to be the only place where a policeman can look as big as bo fools If is It abllious tack take Chamber- laIns Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure Is certain For sale by Lyric Bros Crab Orchard I see that your wife takes great in traloloJ100Yee rather take to to than 10 minutes to got rid of them Spring Openingt hrOf The New Store La New anti Uptodate stock ofiDry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents 11Completecome and inspect our goods before buying elsewhere SAM ROBINSONtNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank f STANFORD KY t J You can rest allured tht our will please your taste Orld dIe cakes are twice an with aMple Syrup that It properly pre pared and unadulterated Our Maple Syrup Is made from the purest maple sap many syrups are made by dissolving maple sugar Syrups made trim maple sugar aro rot the cquM ot tnoso made directly from sap the air deteriorate the syrup value when the Is first made Into sugar If TU want the genuine unadulterated goods better try ours We H HIGGINS STANFORD KY LaPorte Vehicles Preston Beck lion S Owrtley Sr C MeClary las P Cummins Hon M C Sttuflay J D Paxton lion R C Warren Uowan SauHey John Heck Heailey Livery J H Boone Co Livery L M Bruce Livery L H Hughes 1V P Grime S Hooker Bank lresdl obn Lynn ur vu OBannon Andrew Gooctf Cicero Reynolds JF Honest Work Attractive Styles I 11COUIIIM S Uaughman Jas II Uaughman DaughmanHenry T D Kewland Col T P Hill J W Brooks Jack barley Wm Underwood Luther Underwood Crit Bubanks Robert Sims jh Bingaman VanArsdale Hays ThosDudderar Porter Robinson Sidney Dunbar E P Woods J N S1Embry E C C V C J C Hays- James Lynn J P R A C C H J Full carload of these popular vehicles cently received by E T Pence reILincoln County TilE BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods Bargain Sale of Sweeter Pcmbrook it Co New This an opportunity which seldom occurs Wo advise all can to como as as possible to this tho greatest sale have ever Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies condo suits worth 15 anti 820 are on stale at 8150 to 750 Ladies uptodato Jackets 85 to 810 now on solo at 250 to 84 Ladies and Misses Skirts worth 150 up to 85 RIO now on at 98o to J82 48 Ladies corsets from 19o up Latest styles of petticoats from 59o up Ladies dross and coarse Shoes at 98c anti up Robert Woods James Woods W H Higgins Menefee Sam W Menefee Sr Walton Gentry W W W Withers Judge Bailey W Denham Carman yanoy Darst Co for From tho Great of York is who early attend wo offered tailor sale Mens and Childrens Furnish- Ings Great line of Shoes for children from 15c up Mens Dress and work big Shoes from 98o up Mens Clothing from 3n suit up Mens nico Overcoats from 8250 up Irons Sunday Pants from 75c up Chil drens nico threepiece suits from 75c upBoysdrens anti Ladies Stockings from 4o up S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY h THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r E C WALTON JOHN W YEHKES has at last found an audience that took In his fairy tales Down In North Carolina the other day be addressed the Tar Heel Club a republican organization which only knows enough to believe everything that a republican tells them Ono of the things bo told the Tar Heels wa that Kentucky Is not now nor was It ev er democratic This In the face of the fact that she has with one exception since the war elected only democratic State officers and when Tilden beat Hays for the presidency gave the New York statesman a little the rise of 6d 000 majority But the Tar Heels didnt know any better and of course took It all In Then again bo told the credu lous creatures that socially Intellect ually morally and financially the re publicans took the lead In Kentucky when he knows and his hearers ought to know If they had known anything that with honorable exceptions to be r cure the Negroes and the vicious ele ment compote the republican party In this State Festus said to Paul Tbou art beside thyself much learning doth make the mad Instead of learning much pampering seems to have made Mr Yerkes mad and he can no longer speak forth the words of truth and so berness Mr Ycrkes head like Gov Bradley said of his legs seems to be swelling out of all proportion JOHN S WISE the degenerate eon of 1anoble Virginia sire who sold his birthright for a mess of pottage and became a howling republican cays that be Is delighted over the prospect of a respectable republican party In the South Years ago Wise found his sur roundings anything but pleasant In Richmond and left it for the city good and located In New York but tries still to harass his native State In every way- BEFORE leaving for the old world Secretary of State Hay wrote this pa thetlc paragraph to a Chicago friend t need a long long rest and I must have It even at the cost of many ambitions for the work I have under way I am very tired and not well the springs of youth are not what they were some one else must go on with what has been started during my time here ACCORDING to statistics higher edu cation of women la not conducive to marriage Of 1184 women graduated at Ann Arbor In 30 years only 415 hav married Tho higher the degree take the leas the proportion of marriage only 36 of 157 who took the highest de gree We have beard of women hav ing too much sense to marry and thl must be the lot TilE court of appeals hu reversed the Harrison circuit court which gave Curtis Jett a death sentence for assat slnatlng Jim Cockrlll at Jackson As Jett Is serving a life sentence for assassinating J B Marcum there will be no occasion for hurry for another trial Jett had already elected to serve his life sentence before accepting the death verdict f ITS an wind that blows nobody good Mrs Chadwicks husband Is now getting 8100 a week to play his wifes 19000 organ In a show whereas he couldnt have gotten that much a year had his wife not got in jail for a long time lot playing frenzied finance too strong ONE of the railroads now runs sleep ing cars with no upper berths If this much desired consummation be followed by an Increase of the porters wages EO that he wouldnt want a quarter every time he looks at you the era of de Ught in travel will have arrived TilE Delaware Legislature adjourned without electing a U S Senator so there will be a vacancy till the next General Assembly meets Come to think of It one Senator is enough for Delaware which Isnt so very much larger than Pulaski county Ky LAST birth In Louis ville showed 21 less than the death re cord This Is easily explained since the Post and the Herald have shown the Falls City to be such a wicked one Self reepecttng children decline to bo born there JOHN D ROCKEFELLER has just given another million to the University of Chicago making 812000000 In all And yet this vast sum represents but a small part of the money he has robbed r poor people of by exorbitant prices for coal oil- JouN mayown the earth as bas been said but a new official pub lication shows that the British Empire embraces 0031000 square miles of ter ritory Inhabited by 300010000 souls A large number of bills were dlspoc ed of by the Tennessee Legislature The bill providing an appropriation of y 125000 year the Peabody Col le was billlwas Is knoownTeachersas Loan Shark also passed A bill was Introduced pro viding for a State Board of Entomology and carrying an annual appropriation of 15000 t Alex Hargis Allowed Bun But James and Elbort HargIsI and Ed Callahan Denied Trial Tuesday LEXINGTON Ky Mob 2SArter waiting from Friday till Monday to an nounce his decision In the application for ball of Judge James Hargis Sena tor AlexHargIe Klbert Hargls and E Callahan charged with complicity the assassination of Tom Cockrlll at Jacksori Judge Parker announced yes the defendants except Senator Hargis without ball and grant him his liberty on putting up security to the amount of 115000 The decision was a great eur prise aa ball was confidently expected for all It la not known how Judge Parker made the distinction as accord log to the testimony of murderers another disreputable witnesses Senator Hargis Is as much guilty as the others Immediately on the announcement the oxSenator made bond with John H Flood Gus Straus Joe Skaln and Frank VanDeren security An Immediate trial was asked for by the defense and next Tuesday April 4 was fixed forthe beginning of It W P WALTON HERE AND THERE Twentyeight convicts escaped from a stockade In Fort Bend county Tex Maurice Barrymore the actor died yesterday In sanitarium at Amltyvllle Long Island At Washington Ind Thomas D Wade was convicted of forging his aged mothers name While abusing his wife Hal Wallace of Christian county was killed by his brotber in law James Young In a rush of depositors for the window of the paying teller In a savings bank at Cincinnati a woman was severely In juredIof Fayette county was found dead In the road near Lexington with a bullet- In his back Polish miners fought a duel to the death with knives at Plum Run 0 One died tmmedlatly the other lived several hours Five families Including IS children were found living In a Louisville house which also sheltered fowls a pig and other animals William Smith 17 years old of Coronna L I barred from the hom of his sweetheart Alice Oblsen 1 yeah old fatally shot her and escaped A forest fire caused much damage on the north aide of the Cumberlacd river in Livingston county A church averu A men an attempt to lynch a motorman In New York be cause his car had run over and killed motormas was a Col P C Boyle the Pennsylvania oil expert after visiting the Kansas and Indian Territory oil fields declares that oil can be found anywhere between Neodosha Kansas and the Gull o Mexico POLITICALr U Is nut believed that Collector Saw J Roberta of the Lexington district will be supplanted Gov Frazier of Tennessee vetoed the bill increasing the salary of the Governor from 84000 to 5000 a year Mexicos now monetary system will go Into effect May 1 The mint will be closed April 10 to the tree coinage ofI silverThese postmasters have been ap pointed Sandal Pulaski county Da vldJ Snell Youngs Creek Whitley county John R Rogers Senatorelect Frazier this afternoon resigned the governorship of Tennes see and Senate Speaker John I Cox wassworn In as Governor- It Is not thought however that Mr Yerkea1 statement that Kentucky Is pot a democratic State II was based on personal experience Lou Times Arrangements are being made for 500 school children of Louisville to ex tend a welcome to President Roosevelt when he visits that city on April 4 Secretary ot the Navy Morton will bo one of the presidential party that will vIsit Louisville next week and will hurry homo from the West Indies for that reason Judge Julian has petitioned the dem ocratic committee of tho 14th judicial district to postpone the primary set for April 5 The other candidate Judge Stout announces that either April 5 or a later date will be acceptable to him FLATWOODS Rev A J Murrell filled his appointment at Mt Tabor on Sunday Will Harris who cut Robert Marksbury also colored will have his trial Tuesday Ben Pollard sold eight shoata to W H Furr for 825 Wm Lawson sole to Burnslde 1300 pounds of tobacco at 5c J C Clouse our hustling mule trader made two trips to Berea last week Wm Campbell and John Dudderar wont to the moun tales to buy holts but report a scarcity of the porker there W H Purr pur chased 50 barrels of corn ofJ CCIouse at 8240 Mrs Rachel Campbell visited In Berea Friday Misses Myrtle and Lucy Cormlney visited the Misses Ma ryman Saturday aud Sunday Sunday school begins at Goodbope the first Sunday In April Let everyone In the community take a part Misses Maud and Mollie Spain bower have returned from a delightful visit to relatives and friends In Indiana Misses Salllo and Oslo Dudderar have returned from London Miss Maud Spalnhowcr will begin a select school at Lawson school house on Monday April 3rd LANCASTER A big crowd attended county court yesterday much business being trans actedThe will of Leander Davidson was probated Monday His cone Robert L and Guy were appointed executors Lake Placid Is overflowing and plenty of water for the summer Is as therenbeen busy taking In new members The Masons are anxious to establish a chapter here there being 15 Royal Arch Masons In town enough to get a chap terSteps will be taken soon to establish a Farmers Institute in Garrard coun ty Several prominent farmers are In tereeted In this move and It will take a otherIare seen John A Sanders bought 20 shoats at 4io Jim Gay sold his tobacco to Ben Icy of Paint Lick at Sic Jell Dunn bought a horse of Clay Dunn for 8125 one from Nlcholasvllle parties for 8125 one from J H McWIlllams for 81CO A J Thompson bought six steers from J S Pettus at 3io Jordan k Wilson of Atlanta Ga bought several horses yesterday at 8100 to 8150 Hughes Is Swln broad sold Mrs Pattlc Eoele mans farm of 40 acres to Pat Dooly for 82000 Mr and Mrs John E Stormes will return Tuesday from avtwo months trip to Clear Water Fla and other points In the South Miss Lelia Fore man who has been visiting Mrs Joe Faulkner has returned to her tome In Alabama Miss Louise Farrla has re turned home alter a visit to relative at Silver Creek Mr and Mrs A M KlnnalriT of Mlddlesboro have been with Squire and Mrs W H Klnnalrd Jack Rout and Dr Price of Stan ford were with the tatters mother Sunday IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Thn widow of T G Cotton Is dead In BoyleWalter Rcsner was acquitted of the killing of Jep Croley in Wbltley Johnson Bryant met his death in a saw Mill at Fair Play Adalr county Tbo Southern Star Roller Mills at Perryvllle will put In a 25000 bushel elevator ofUdestroyed by fire Dr William Minor Rogers aged SO and William Shannon 82 prominent citizens of Shelby county are dead Van Brummett who forged a nice on J Thomas Cherry and tried to get U G Baker to sash It was sent to tho asylum Mt Vernon Signal The livery stable of lisle Cover at Somerset was destroyed by Ore The horses and vehicles were saved but a now was burned The lose Is fair ly well covered by Insurance John C Drennon of Louisville has been In Danville organizing a branch league of the AnilSaloon League of thefthe passage of the county unit law at the next Legislature A reputation for honesty often depend on not getting caught ItUni every man who can convert his experience Into cash Administrators Sale I SirsMargareted I will on SATURDAY APRIL aOl Sell at public At her late residence 3 miles from Hustonvllle on the Stanford conslltlngatlure bureaus dresser preuei tables Ac and a lotot beds beddingrlueenlwaru c Will also sell a of chickens und SalotobeginatirIipromptlvandterms Administrator J K BAUGHMANS NABOTH By Naboth bay threereariold and muck finer horse than his slreso well known In this part of the State as a breeder of speed and durability Dam Nora Nor bvNoval a son of Electioneer 133 Nora Norrals first dam by Metropoli OeorgeWilkesuo Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver 4th dam by dBmbfThorntonlual with a pedigree us fine as any horses HUMMER JR Bay stallion l3 hands a good Individual with abundant speed He Is by Hummer 6112 Spatpeen 215 i Speedon 210f 13 In 230 Hummer 6112 Is a son of the renowned Electioneer Electioneerlivingtlratlsoutof and with the Arlon li the only htKentuckson standing that has a 3OU darnIsOodtva by Auditor S- i3HAPSBURG 509 byImpDay Any one wishing avery high bred maresforJESSE ALVERSON Shetland Pony Flee Indlvldualgood breed er style and action All of these horses will stand at 10 to In sure a living colt NAPOLEON Will also stand my jack Napoleon ut 110 to Insure wares and by the season for jen nets Mares grazed at f per month which In all cases musk be paid before they are removed responsibleJ K DAUO MAN Hustontllle Ky p TI I CRITERION Yl a iltt + + + t+ N 1f i f You all know what this menus whuiv found upon the IIAjSfGER of u minis coat It menus ns perfect work manship ns man call perforlllthe cutting of the garment the sponging of tho goods the fitting of tho linings tho padding of the shoulders tho shape retaining front tho graceful set of the collar Every point aud detail is care fully made anti I feel safe today in saying THE CUITJ0 1UON CLOTHING for men is excelled by nono Wo have our Spring stock in all the latest colors and sty l6s from X10 to 1750 4f Si H J MROBERTS STANFORDI ol I PARKERSl HAIR BALSAM met r and tour r a ma Ioal FVMmUt u5 tti rr falls 10 ItMture Or Iimr to in Yex hfu nor Cum r p hiff ftu ards at 14 rnw U Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Inuit Iourt George T 1Voodl Plaintiff tx John O Lynn tVo UeiViulaats No lice of Sate- Pursuant ton judgment of tin Lin COlD circuit court rendered in the aolIstyled action at the February term 1W6 undersigned Master CominU slower of siiid court will on IIO3ku In front of Ute courthouse door in Stan ford Ky sell at public outcry to the hbh dt and best hjdder the real estate situated In Lincoln county Kv hen mater described The sale is made for purposes of division Said rcnl estate of two tracts of land bounded as follows First tract Iv ginning at n stout In Dautfhprty aline thence with the road S jHJ K JI pols links to a stake on the North hank of the branch thencv N off K 40 polls 2H links to a staKE In the road thrncr N 03t E tO poles 15 links to a stake In the road iMtte the front kSO321 E 3S poles 10 links to n stone cor ner to Tuckers thence N 4 K 2d11 poles 7 links to a stake on a ledge of rok in the road and corner to Ilndley inmpbell thenoo N I K M poles 13 links to n Btnku in tho center of the road thence N 24f W 7 poles 0 links corner to Tunis iV Hill thence N 70 W 1110105 5 links to a stono in Martin line thence S 201V 7 poles 15 links ton stone corner to Martin thenco N 1t W links to u stono corner to Stephenson thence S ut W 78 poles 6 links to a stono corner to same and Dawes thence S 13 W 103 poles 16 links to the beginning containing IUJ acres three roods 12 poles of land2d Tract Beginning at a stako in the county road and cornea to first tract thence S 131 W CO poles 10 links to a stone near a hickory stump sugar tree and hickory bush marked as poin ters on tho knob thenco S 31 E 18 poles to a stone thenco S 0 W 10 poles 10 links thence X 4U E 3 poles 12 to a stono near n chestnut stump thence S 38 K 13 poles to a stone thence S Oil K 20 polos to a stone thenco S 57 E 10 poles 15 links to the center of tho down Squirrel Spring Hollow thonco with same N 2 i E 4 poles thenco N 31 K 4 poles thence E 8 pops thence N JOt K 13 poles 5 links thence N IA E 22 poles links thence N 70J E 18 poles 15 links to a gum stump on tho South of the road thence N 60 K 20 polos 15 links to a hlckqry at the toot of the illl and corner to Wnsh thvsley thence N50 E 15 poles 17 links to a stone corner to same thence N 21i E 7 poles 5 links to a stone corms to Same thence N 63i E 14 polos 22 links to a black oak thence S E 18 poles 17 links to a stake und loCum pointer on the bank of Little Mud Lick thence N 33 E 37 poles 14 links to a stone cor ner to the first tract thenco with his line N 32J W 3H poles 10 links to u stake In a stump thence N 15i W pole8 20 links to n stake In the road opposite the fropt gate thence S m W 40 2li links thonco N 781 W 34 polos b links to tho beginning containing 00 acres of land lIelnl1tho same land conveyed to Ceo as trustee for his mother Sirs Sarah J Wood which conveyances arc re corded in tho olllco of tho of the Lincoln county court In Deed hook 25 654 and Book 20 3o4 page sale will bo made on a credit of six 12 18 and 24 months t of the purchase to bo duo and tho expiration of each of limyperIOds of time rho purchaser wl1j be required to give bond far good security payable to the Commissioner and bearing est from date of O B SAUFLEY M 0 L C C p q Cant 3e Towhodf- or painting iisruH Th reason a plalnT Mattlc- is the purwt tluTiforo the most durable ami econom ical There U n vholo string o other fell n ilau lug Just aa good na Masllc but Uioy dont j rovi it Maybe they cant Tho analysis of Mastic is put Halted Its MIle of pitni lead aluo anal liukMtl oiltho most durable kind of lkdutaud IU purity Is therefore unquestioned AB purity meaiw durability the splendid war lug qualities of Masllc have g ren It the title if uTIle Kind Tutt Lucia aud this title in batkd up by our absolute guarantee Mastic ia Hindu by PEASLEE GAULBERT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY null wo heartily rccuiuuuud it to your trade FOR SALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE LKyJ Weve Hired 1 i UncleSam t As out BRUit to SHOW and 5RtLour nd An Inreitmrnt through hint with us U lllrr than Govern ment Pond This U spedilolTcrlug ot mens 1Spring 4 aadI They are black Thibet for wear and lacy Cnuttnere u WorHedi In Unlit medium and dark uuternn for butlneu wear They are CUAKANTlUiU ALL WOoI and styleWhatcud nk for samples and meaiitre lilanka you saw THIS ad In TIIIBMcer Ours Is the forgulalld olden louse In our line In the Soutl We OWN our building cud have tone InuineM on the for over IOKTV VKAKS We e11C1OTltfOIIATSandiVRNISif 1s INOS for men and boy KUOUt for every body W PAY KXIHKSS on worth and all goods BtIlJKCT TO AITKOVAU style for all lines tree on regrut Jet us hear from you LEVYSThird and MarH- etiLOUISVILLE I t Oliver PlowswoFull Stock of Oliver Plowst and Repairs on Hands W E Perkins 10 dreaI Crab Orchard Ky r t T At 5Oc 1Thei0w colors in n pretty stripe taffeta silk At 65 and 75c orn Wg rnugo of check and clmiigcalilo oflcct Tho stamp of approval liAjloon put on thaso by the boat suit innkors in Now York t At 9IOO For 27Suoh wide checks anti neat cllbcU Chnngenblo tnffotna doesnt re quiro very much of thoso wide silks for n suit 39c IAll c0 ore in Ynnki ilk i BruuouD KY MAIL 2x KM JuaricB to yourself and to your pby ilcUn dcmandi the bet materials and most careful service In prep r1ng btl prelcrlpttonl Tbat Is tho way pre tcrlptloni aro filled at Iennyi Drulr Store PERSONALS r REV PETER DiiEiNTNEn ha i return ed from Lebanon Miss MARY A McHoiiEiiTS U will reUilTctla Loulivlllo MR M FKOCT of GarrArd was a caller at this onice Friday WIUIAM BUCHANAN of tbo firm 01 Land k Buchanan li MISS SARA BAUOIIMAN went to Lex- Ington today to vlitt friend Mil M D UAIIUIN left Monday to Tlilt his children at Montlcello Miss BBSSIE YASTIS visited Lanca tor friends Saturday and Sunday w C R WOODS of Ulchroond wa ot SatvrdaTi train t nand for Lebanon MISS SARA DUNN pent several day with Mill Lelllln Warren IP Danville MR L B OIVKNS of Uarrodibunr pent lerwftl day with rtlaUtw here DR JOIN U OWSLBY u with fan son Mr E P Oxeley at COlumbui Oa MRS MATTM Xnrict visited bi sister Mrs Llulo Dulles In Laotai tsrMn0 a OOOCH of WariMtore paW this oClo a laaUalU yatter day Misfit BMMC AND STBLLA BAUOV spent PrWay and Sawnlny In Clnaln natl MRS STRAUII i sntevsral lays at MaceUod with her titter Mn B U a lURK n n SWOUCTOX ot t5bpteshseg- westeptaHazel PAOk yoetorday OR bttttMM Mu A a HILL peat a porUM el last fftttc with MailWMi and Oarrard lathes W K 1A1u ot Nathrllle to with the family ef HOB J S Owtley Sr at Walnut Plat MR AND MM J K BACUUMAN ol West Zed were guests ntJJr M 1tbeBauRbmani Tatconditlon of MM Eo P Woods while stiff very critical Is thought to be lomewhatlroproTtd L MRs E T BEAZLEV has returned from a visit to relatives In Stanford J Harrodtburjt Democrat l r MRS WALTER VANAKBDALB and Miss Edna Camnltz of Huitonvllle 1r Jetted relatives here yesterday i MR IV D PADGETT and daughter Miss Lena and Mill Loll Houten of Waynctburc were hero yctterdav I MRS K C CROW and pretty daugh t ter Mill Eddie of Louisville were hero Saturday en route to Lancaster MRS W II WILLIAMS and Mlu Dolllo William of Uustonvllle aro guests of Mrs George heroes WearenD- RUQUISTI M C WILLIAMS and fam ily have moved Into tho Rail homestead on Orchard tlrcet Somonot Journal MR AND MRS JOHN W MOORE and Mlu Frances Portman of Casey spent Sunday with the family of Mr Ed Wilkinson MR E D KENNEDY hue been compelled to Rive up hit poiltlon at tho Lexington Asylum for awhile on ao count of hit health MRS JW BROWN and Mite Annie Thompiou of Mt Vornon were on Sundays Southbound passenger re turning from Loulivllle Mn RICHARD HOCKKR of Lebanon Junction was here Sunday to ago Mr J F llocker who continues at the homo of hit daughter Mn W O Speedt SALLIE AND LEE HERRING two nod popular young ladles J of Morktbury have been the guests of Misses V Pearl and Hannah AN JENNIE LYNN of Stanford la j visiting her sister Mrs W Logan Wood MM Kato Miller of Stanford la spending a few days with the family of Mr F Reid David Newburg of 4 t nustonvlllo la spending tho Oldl this city In the Interest of tho Forest NurseryAdvocateP- LANTS5000 transplanted tomato plants at 15c per dozen cabbage plants 30o per 100 second crop seed Irish pota 81 per bushel JohnChrlttman 1oesr A HRiaiiT young lady can got a pool lion by calling at this OOICO at once BARREDPlymouth Rock eggs 1i0c per setting for tale by Mar W C ShanksaPURl StlverUco Wyandotte Eggs at 60c for setting of for tale by 0 A Swlnebroad fledgevlllo 3t LOT of extra cultlvatod hemp teed free from rape for tale J T Hack ley ft Son Stanford Ky fit DONT fall to attend John P Jones Spring opening Monday and Tuesday next you will find a world of novel tiesaFOR RENT Brick house LancM ter street Jut vacated by G W Taylor Ioiiettloa at once P P Nun nelicySFRUITS of all kinds groceries etc cheaper than elsewhere See my itock Depot street near Main John Cook StanfordaMR Jr W MOORK of Catov and Mr W T Smith of this pUco have out thanks for valuable addition to oui evllnarr department TUB ladles are Invited to call and In peat our stock of new and novel ready to wear bats that we will display 01 Thursday March told Misses Vandt veer Poll RpXT Mv cottage on Gilt Main Street jail vacated by Forget MeClary Possession given Immediately Fur further Information call on Mrs Marr A Vaughns Till Midway Saloon was closed yesterday on an attachment secured by the John Brenner Drawing Co Tbt difference will probably be adjusted la a few days and the doors will open again COAL HCIINKM FOR SALK Con tilting of bins soaks ate A splendid itand and good business The proprle tor on account of III health deter mlnwl to sell This tl a fine opporlu nlty for tome one For particulars leo L R Hughes Stanford Ky CHARLIE HAYNES colored died suddenly Saturday afternoon of heart trouble aged about 35 Ho was a harm cik darkey and was himself his worst rod probably only enemy Ho married a sister of Anderson Carr and both bavo taught school In this county Tho Jody was taken to Richmond for Interment MERCER county has Just appropriated 9125 for repairing and making now urnplkci and now If the will set aside orao 110000 or 150000 for the removal of the old pig ity called by courtesy a tourt house and erect a new one In iceplng with the wealth and dignity of tho fine old county the tin of long mission may be forgiven In joy over tbo delightful prospect WHATS melt with Little rltalny A dispatch says that halt the ulta so far flied for the coming circuit court aro for divorce Instead of thus dmtttlng that marriage It a failure tbo Danylllo people who enter tho holy tale of matrimony should strive to provo that tho poet knew what ho was alklng about when bo said larrlogo rightly understood tlvcs to tho tender and tho good a par adleo below ON motion of T J Hill Chief Jus Ice Hobion of the court of appeals re Instated the Injunction which was dissolved by Judgo Boll restraining tbo lemocratto county committee from can aialng tho returns of tho Into demo ratio primary election This means In plain English that there will bo no Duct of the ballots until tho case la reposed of on Itimerito and not then mess the case li decided against Mr- Hili TUB Covln ton Postells a wordy war between our old friend R G Wll lama and another lawyer of ttiat city hick nearly reached the fighting point Hardly a day passes that there Is not omo trouble among the lawyers ear there There must bo something In the air that comes over from the aria of America It seems tobavo affected Dick who when ho lived at Mt Vernon was as mild a mannered man oa ever out a throat or scuttled a ship r e SILKS SILKS oraassa Fashion has decreed that every womans wardrobe must have a silk shirt waist suit Besides being very fashion able silk is serviceable and sensible for Spring and Sum mer wear Light cool dressy and always ready You should see the new silk we havc just received A quality to suit every purse and color to suit every taste IIIfSpring Millinery next Thursday 30th Misses Straub e TILE choicest line of wash fabric ever shown In Stanford now onexhlbl lion at John P Jones IF you wantgood job of plntlni and rubber tiring done call and see E T Pence S Co Phone 102 J J CLANCY aged 60 onco a railroad conductor died suddenly at Llvlngtto yesterday where he has resided for tbe past 10 year W K SHCUARS la putting up a store boute at Brodhead and will open a drug toro In It Mr Shugart It an old Lancaster boy and married Miss Lllllai Tanner of McKinney Mon CARPENTER of Stanford Hlg School bate ball tem Invites every body to attend the opening game of ball Friday afternoon at tbo Graded School grounds at 230 Thexsme will be between S H S and the Seminary BOUGHT A FARM Josiah Bliho bought of the heir of Mn America Bailey tbo Patton farm of 2CO acres near Hustonvtlle at I876 Wo are glad to know that Mr Bishop and his excellent family have decided to remain In Lincoln county BirntN BY MAD Dou Harrison Payne an aged oltlzcn of the Ran End was bitten by his dog which woct mad The canine bit almost every dog In that section and a war on them folluw ed The mad dog escaped but a dozen of those he bad bitten were shot THE Ladles MUilonary Society of the Baptist ohuron will meet with Mrs Tom Newland Friday at 230 P M It U earnestly requested that every mem her be present ui an election of new of flare will be held and other Important business attended to Program The Stronger within our Gates Song Scripture reading and prayer Leaflet by MM Huev Song Discussion of sub Jot by Mrs RetnbarlRtadlngbv Mrs Brown Leartet Sophies Sermon by Mrs Rico Prayer For the strang ers within our gates business meeting Mr J F Cummins secy- MCKINNEVSilas Lucy McKlnney second daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas B McKlnne of McKinney died late Saturday afternoon after a long illness of a complication of troubles and was burled In the Hustonvtllo cemetery Sunday afternoon after services by Dr Green of Danville Her death la an exceedingly sad one coming as It did In a family already sorely aflllcted and tho tympatby of the community goes out to the father who It too nil to real ize his lose the mother whose frailty makes her sojourn on earth a question of short duration and to tbo noble els ter who during all of the alckncssbas Seen a mainstay In the griefstricken borne May Ho who docth all things well lend a ray of sunshine and corn tort to thin good family In their dark hour Miss McKinney was an excel lent young woman and her untimely loath causes sorrow wherever she was mown Notwithstanding her feeble physical condition she was happy and aright and the source of great comfort to her parents That she la better off In the land that Is fairer than day hero la no doubt and It would bo cruel to wish her back to this world of trou ilo and sorrow A life so pure as hors Inds lie reward In tho lifo to como and vo feel sure that tho sweet spirit of rcntle patient Mies Lucy McKlnnoy tow rests with tbo God Who gave It MATRIMONIAL Miss Nell Uborcr daughterof Judged H Rhoror of Mlddlesboro has been appointed sponsor for the Confederate Association and Henry M Ashby Camp at the Louisville reunion Mrs Salllo Barbaur announces the ngageraent of her niece Miss Nancy larbour to Stuart D Moore of Oma ba Nob The wedding will tako place April 20 at the homo of tho brldo in New Castle Miss Nannle Arnold and William Swope both of Garrard drove to lurgln and wore married Rev Wei daugbteroung farmer of LowerGarrard yesterday theederal i lyInjuredA syndicate purchased of tbo Greeniburg OH Co 15 producing well and 2500 acres of land In Cnmbrlam county for 140000 Mrs Mary Brokwell of Paducab confessed to polionlng her three chll dren Otha Garrett who was shot iotr weeks ego li dead In Wayne Ohio county problbltlonlett baye PU a ticket In the field Rams nora won the Memphis Der by FOR SALE I McKiNNEY ROLLER MILLS I offer for sale my mill and residence In McKlnner Ky suit has flour capacity ot barrels and meal 10 bushels per day- Mlll U well equipped with modern machinery In good repair ill storage capacity ot 5000 bunheli of wheat also large corn bin and cribs Wagon scales operated trot ofllce coal bins and ice home All undc rout Never falling water In mill lot Mil Is withIn 100 tees of Cincinnati Southern R U track and has private siding Tho loca t Ion Illood for the following tenons Mc Kinney U nearoit market to many of tho largest wheat and corn growers In Lincoln county large territory furnishing custom grinding The feed and coal business In connection with mill pay well No trouble to market all products frnia mill Iasi douce is a two tory six room frame with cistern on back porch Milk house at buck door cemented all eomparatlTely new Large barn buggy house In mill lot On account of my failing eyesight and health generally my physicians have advised me to quit the For further particular tall on or addrecs Dr FAw Al corn Hustonvllle Kyor W II McKlnney Stanford Ky J II MI KINNEY KKlnney ly KING EAGLE King Eagle Is It hands high dark bay goes all the gaits with plenty of speed tyle and action sired by Royal lit dam by Eagle Jnd dam by Red Lion 3rd dam by Harris Denmark he by Miller1 Denmark Ith dam by Jim Hell thoroughbred NOTB Royal King wastrel by the great On Time and Is a droller to the great Sliver King and AlUc 0 the great show mare that sold for SlOtO King Eagles 2d dam dam ot Minnie Hojd the great how maroI that Matt Coben won everywhere with In Ut 5 and a Id for Woo Ring Kagle Is proving himself a great breider of one colored and- high styled colts his colts all having plenty of MM his oldest colts being tloreeraIold this Spring There was one yearolds out last that to be a great show King Eagle IllyIot 1005 at mv ford on the Shelby City the low of 810 to Insure a living eoltIWill alsoMtnnd the Jack Dilly Keene at 110 for Mara and SJC for JennoU to Insure a hiving colt Hilly Keene was sired by the great Tom Kcene lat dam by tic Imported Palermo id dam by rerl nubbles Irlnco the sire of Joe Blackburn and Ilrlcnolla Hilly Keene stands full hands high black with white points and ns a breeder be unsufpused as a mule or jennet jack ha bad several two yearold jacks to sell lately at f TM and s 0- 0tvlllalaoataudtbegreat voun jack Jim Keene bo Is the great Hilly KVene ht dam by the Imported John Wells 2d dam by fleecier Jim Keene Is proving himself a great breeder there being two of his mule colts shown last year one wearing the blue and tho other the red In the same ring Jim Kccuo will servo mares at flO to Insure a living colt Mares traded partA with or bred else where forfeits the Insurance and money becomes duo at the time ot such transac tlon For further particulars call on or ad dress 8 T IIARUIS it ROIIT WOODS Phone 72Rlng Stanford Ky PRESTON 922 This premium saddle stallion of the world will make the season of 1905 at the stable of C Dailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 13 years old 151 hands high a perfect model with great style action and speed Preston was sired by Washington No 51 he by Cromwell No 73 ist dam Belle by Roderick 2d dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by T Crenshaw of Lexington Ky and Montgomery Chief owned by Bros Why you should breed to Preston I Because he Is the greatest show horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great show horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Vare for 82000 Rebecca that sold at New York Exchange to Geo Watson for S6so Miss Henrietta owned by jay Bros that won more premiums in saddle and combined rings than any three earold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for 8500 3 Because ho is the only saddle stal ion that ever sired a team of harness endings that sold for tcooo 4 Because he won the championship of the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown jy Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 5 Because he has won more money in scatonC I will be glad to show him to anyone at my stable and Invite those wishing to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at fls- TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Mares grazed at Sz per month Care ta kn to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J C BAILEY Stanford Ky 5Oc and fOO For n 80 inch White Hnbutni Correct for full dreg or waist awl waelia bio 39 and 50c For 20 inch and 27 inch White Ilabutai fnme as above only not so wider 1 and 1251For yard wlde Black guaranteed taffeta Fiue finish 100 For new printed Warp in new Spring colors for waists They Right On The We have had other lines in our stock to compare and we assure you that the garments we offer arc superior in many points to any we have ever seen You want the best of course We have it Will be to show you can taa se if is a to sec in A I to is St I AH persons having claims against the ei tate ot W IL deceased will pre sent them to me verified before May M 1063 Claims not within this time will not be O B M 0 L C O I Ducks Geese and Chickens cash market price H Stanford Ky IN 4 INSIDE You not tell oil hand just what it is that imparts to a that much desired element called Style You rec ognlxc it WhCll you see it and you wonder why garments pos sess so much snap and expression than oth ers Our are and stylish and they stay that way be cause Are Made Inside glad CUMMINS McCLARY- Stanford Kentucky IA Thing Ot Beauty Is A Forever aalss Especially it beautiful Bath Room Dont fail my sample bath window complete outfit have two complete outfits select from different style tubs closets and Sec My white enamel sink with back and hard wood drain board It a beauty 5 H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot Stanford Ky Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc during 1905 of W B McRoberts Money NOTICE properly presented allowed SAurLEY WANTED Turkeys Highest NOUTHCOTT E DPeyton DEALER and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg and Tobaccos Stanford SUITSJ RIGHT ON garment often some more snappy Joy room lavotory DRUGGIST STANFORD And Save Staple etables Cigars garments RA JONES f IStnnford ONce In Myers house Parlor Phone 01 For Sale 1000 Bushels of Clydesdale Seed Oats Yielded last summer 80 bushels to the acre Price Tie Obolco Boone County White SfeUCorn6tperbus H P HAWKINS Ky It It No 2 AI S PRICE Burgeon Dentist tanford Ky tmisoTW Owalqiinlldlsg I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Enltrtd in the PoitOffict at Staiford at second cfase matttr- PUnLIBICCDrtEsUAYs AND MUUWH AT 100 PER YEAR CASH rrWben not eo pall SZOO will be charged KNOXVILLE DIVISION lfo Tnln 10tDI North 111pm NjM IOlm lh 2S II South 12 am Noll II 1233 p m I Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to Somerset I offer for salt nrlvately mr homo on East Main Street In Stanford The residence Is allxroom cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about IK acres of land and the home Is a most delightful one Far further partlcu Tara call on or write me at Somerset Beck or Wm Beck at Stanford J H BOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce Latter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pona In Connection HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I I desire to sell privately ICy hotel property and Ilvery stable In Huston vlllo ing can bo used as hotel or private residence and Is well arranged for two families Sta ble has 20 stalls and Is in good repair Plenty water at barn and house is not by Jan will rent It and can give pos session on that date Can ossession of barn It rented or sold separately on Nov 25 House and barn nawly covered 110 tel is In Graded School district For further particulars call on or address D CARPENTER Hnstonvllle Ky T1Ja121 Traylor DIALtB IS Whisk Brandy Wines Beer Cigars Etc WnXPX STANFORD KY y Prompt Ie atltntlon Nothlne but ths but drink Moll phone cr telegraph orders receIve prompt attention Give Me Your Order Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when here is so little difference in the price of high grade ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an ex perienced tailor r I have a handsome s line of goods I can make from Ii low price business suit to the finest dress suit Also Spring overcoats and trous ers The company I represent is one of tho best I also have a lino goods I make ulsm self for those who prefer it H C RUPLEY the Tailor I R B Molly Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners counties of fncoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but strongest and best OldLino Corn panics represented and the low est possible rates erg guaranteed Thoneb2 Stanford Kentucky r t01ItN NUMBER ONE 1 t Veterinary 1- I Liniment I A universal embrocation for affec lions ot the skin muscles a and joints of HORSES AND CATTLE Valuable for sprains brDIs lame 1 I nets ringbone spavins poll evil founder soreness of joints weakness of joints external wind gaits callus frostbites e sand cracks and other bottle DnteerloisAlways before using dleueI1 sored cleanse them and pour on the soaks well Into them I IIJolntlthe Liniment freely twice lOc and ft bottle for sale 11IIY DReW Pharmacist N dal11 L STANFORD KYJt 1wltlrMi r 1 a For Rent or Lease A splendid large dry storeroom and a late warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy hats Stanford ICy Ap ply for particulars to J Owsley or to The Lincoln County National Hank J B OWBLEY Stanford Ky For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated just outside of town limits on tine Somerset pike House has 5 rooms kitchen and ser rant s room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for J P BAILEV NOTICE You should see us before you let out your house carriage and root painting Paper hanging a specialty We have samples of paper from three leading houses of the and can sell you wall cheaper than you can steal It Estimates furnished on ap guaranteedJ street Pruitt Brothers New llnoof MattlngsRugsLace Curtains Carpet samples All kinds of Household urnlturo PRUITT BROS Furniture Livery and Undertaking Deal ors Moreland Ky J zRESTORATIVEf CUR- ESlERYOUSDEBlLir pbrdeamentalperfectmaTo a u t1imen ClDeEEItS Cilm Currt Hnrou Dkllllr flllnl Mmrr Vlti wkinet PritrUn SNpisna and otttr traublnda lolbraaIIm Knuallr goad lat women Itnoklrt tree toantear PCrrER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO S A At Pennys Drug Store J+ c+ McGJMy UNDERTAKES EMBALMER And Dealell Iu SABNESS SADDLEBY SO Stanford Ky J La Beazley Cob Undertakers and- Embalmera iL80DHLB131K FnrnltnreMnttln28Rng8Thoy kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY Duke of Richmond Will make the season ot 1903 at my farm one mile South of McKinney on McKinney Mt Salem price of 800 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt is foaled When mare is traded or sold insurance is forfeited and in nil cases money is due DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Five yearsold dark bay 10 t hands high a fine individual best of style and ac tion drives and rides nicely He was sired by Tom Covington 18992 he by Limber Jim Standard and registered mat dam by General Duke 2nd dam by Warren Harris Denmark 3rd dam by Old Crockett NOTB Tom Covington is a combined horse with a record of 228 Jt trial 2ig his dam was Kentucky Chief 2d dam Parsons Abdallah General Duke had a record in 1878 of 245 be was by Urabrys Lexington by Old Lexington The dam of Embrys Lexington was Uellmyra by Imported Monarch At same time and place I will stand two good mule Tacks at gS TO INSURE LIVING COLTS 1St JIM PORTER by Cyclone out of a premium Jennet 2d BRICNOLIA JR by Old brignolia Both theso Jacks have estab lished reputations Their colts have been on the market in this county for the past three years having always brought as many dollars as any Jacks colts in the county if not more So you see that you will not make any mistake in breeding to these Jacks K S SctDDER McKinney Ky LtJ7 J T f LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J H Thompson bought 100 shoats at 3to3lo J M Craig sold seven steers at 3 to 3Jo at Lancaster yesterday Clean baled timothy bay for sale Q B Harris Crab Orchard ICy 3t O A Swlnebroad sole to W S Tow mop of Boyle a milk cow for 815 E H Beazley bought seven horses here Monday at ISO to I5New Fort SALE100 cattle calves to two year olde Mark Hardln Stanford H U Lutes boifght 10 plain 050 pound cattle at Lancaster yesterday at 3tc WANTED 60000 pounds of wool Woods Cowan t McCormack Stan fordaBall Brothers of Versailles sold 700 bushels of wheat to J W Newman at 115 Registered Polled Durham bull calf live months old for sale J E Lynn StanfordaJ Van Shlppa stock baru In Wood ford county was destroyed by flro and 12 thoroughbred horses perished A thoroughbred black muly Polled Angus yearling bull for sale Bred by J S Owsley Sr J J Thompson PreachersyllleaJ A Wright of the West End will stand tho good horse Jake at 83 and the jack Henry Clay at 88 See them belore you breed- I t standmy place In Stanford my fine registered Imported Poland China boar Lincoln Chief at II ilea dy for service W 0 WalkeraW T Watson of Judson Indiana bought a twoyearold jack of Mr Hamilton for 8100 also a young jack o- fAF Allen for 1325 Somerset Jour nalE F Martlnle of Indianapolis has bought recently of C C Ward of Pen dleton Henry county his premium Jack Sam Russell for S00Farmers Home Journal Tho Tobacco Growers Fair and Pure Food Exhibit Co proposes to hold a to bacco and grain fair next fall at Lex ington at which prizes aggregating 10003 will be offered In a spill at New Orleans Jockey McCafTerty bad his skull crushed In front and back and both arms broken and Swedish Lad was so seriously In jured that he had to be destroyed Read the description and pedigree of King Eagle Billy Keene and Jim Keene the splendid sialllon and jacks of S T Harris and Robt Woods They are a fine lot and are proven breeders Clem Beachy of Lexington sold his line two yearold bay colt Slllka to Brook Curry for 82500 This young ster Is by Moko dam Silicon 213 which holds the twoyearold race re coad Our Hustonvllle correspondent made an error In the Wm Dodd horse sale Ho should havo said tho tour Gallons sold for 81203 and the Dignity Dare mare four year old for 200 In stead of a Dignity colt LANCASTER COtRTA fairly good crowd was present at Lancaster court yesterday but business was not very brisk There was some demand for cattle and the 100 or more on the mar ket sold some going as high as 4c Horses and mules were both In active demand and a number changed hands at 8100 to 200 Your attention la called to the de scription and pedigree of J K Baugh mans tour splendid stallions and jacks They are as fine a lot as mortal man ever saw and oven one Is oslroof nolo They uro richly bred animals end you should not fall to see them before you breed He stands them all at the low price of 110 to Insure Figgis Thomas W Lawson great Jersey cow wblctrfias been accorded the honors of champion Jersey cow of America has a weekly butter test of 10 pounds and 15 ounces made from 320 pounds and 7 ounces of milk She has given as high as 50 pounds and 7 ounces of milk In a day and In seven and one half months she milked 0181 pounds and 1 ounce which tested liB pounds and 0 ounces of butter Figgis has also proved her ability to reproduce IN ATLANTA Tho use of powdered cocalno by Negroes la as general as the use of whisky Bars close at 10 P M and open C A M No back entrances The only farm In the city limits Is the bean farm of Joel Chandler Harris Washerwomen are now being tagged and numbered and put under police surveillance They are all Negro wo menHandbooks on the races arc made on the streets There are no destitute people Mon oy Is carried over each year by the Do partment ot Charit- yChamberlains Colic Cholera And Diarrhoea Remedy The great success of this preparation In the relief and cure of bowel complaints has brought It into almost universal use lt never falls and when reduced with wa let and sweetened Is pleasant to take It Is equally valuable for children nail adults For sale by Lync liros Crab Orchard Petition for a rehearing for George Warner convicted of the murder of Pulaski Leeds in Louisville was denied by the Court of Appeals and Gov Jeckham will now fix a date for exe utlon An effort to secure the commutation of the sentence will bemadel A Ho usecleaning Query Trouble Is coming Trouble Is headed for vour house armed with mops brushes dust rag bars ot soap polls of scourlno the air Is full of tho Infernal odor of soapsuds and the guns are loaded to the muzzle with the ammunltlOB of spring house cleaningThis Is written by a MERE MAN It Is necessary to be thus pet sonal to elucidate the point of view Why does a woman clean house spring ann fall Isnt the dally and weekly dusting scrubbing and general discomfort sufficient for all purposes- It would seem so But just about the time the bluebirds come and the pussy willows are at their best your wife decides that the house must be ripped from center to circumference If you dont like It you can move If you do take up your quarters lathe barn you are a flinty hearted wretch and dont you forget It There Isnt much that you can do except not to say the things that you think Later you may be allowed to beat the carpets but you can not hope to compete with the hired man at that task and If you are particularly pleasant you will bo allowed to wear out your knees and temper while pulllni tacks If you have never removed tacks from a hardwood Moor with the back of a case knife you have not experienced real life but you aro to bs congratulated But why all this fuss In the closlni days of the windy month of March The homo looks fine There may be a lIttle dust under the lounge and the wall paper needs a lick or two at the hands of the cleaner but beyond that what moots It Microbes live in the dust They both or the human fatally little until the dust Is stirred and scattered Why not leave well enough alone We have In mind a good woman who moved Into a new house April L The carpenters bad loft It clean You could dine off the floors and sup In te cellar without tear of dirt It was spotless from basement to garret And the good woman moved In AND HER FIRST ACT WAS TO CLEAN HOlSE Why do they do It Wo will admit that we are stumped Cincinnati Pott It doesnt take a magician to make money disappear THE WARHELD Trial 21 Trotting Dark bay stallion I5M4 bands foaled Aug loot bred by Village Farm Rant Aurora New York Sired by Dare Devil Mrs record 299 slroof The lleau Ideal MHSon of Mambrlno King 1ST9 sire of Lord Derby Nightingale Metallas The tluetor Lord liard Lady of the Manor lIelrat Law King Charles Mocking Ho y Merccea all with records under 08IFlat dam Naughty by eu ivieo Sod dam br Mambrtno King 1279 Ird dam Dotlet by Nutwood M Ith dam Stratbmore Sib dam Mlllard by Albion Sib dam Ned br Edwin Forest Tilt dam Lady Turner by Mambrl Chief The Warfleld was worked only days last season and showed a 221 clip over a bad halt mile track He Is sound good beaded good gaited good wind good fret and legs and kind and easy to handle In lint out of harness one that will stay and trot all day lie will make the present season at Sam M Owens near McKinney at III to Insure a living colt Mares traded off or bred to another horse forfeits Insurance and makes season money due Lien retained raidFNOLEMAN DIGNITY DARE No 1032 Vol 6 A S II 1 Maltocony bay black points wblte only on left foot 0 old II IS hand high weighs pound strong flat bone heavy mane and tall good back with long craney ntck well sot In Jilgb mounted shoulders a saddle hone and ear on him a model under baiter always wears blue string In model rings wonderful style In harness a show horse sure When one year old wore all honors In bis class wherever shown oleo the blue tie In sweep- stake harness rings at same ago a Jycurold he wmibown II times sod wore 13 blue string has never been defeated in fancy harness rings has always been tbo victor In stallion stake ring as a breeder when shown with three or more of his get for slio style and general conformation and for all purposes He Is a saddle horse with flvo distinct gaits fast line acting racker good In two walks and a nice lopes very positive In Isle trot under saddle und In harness groat all around action as Is required for an up to date sire of high priced silo o for saddle or harness Ho Is a sure enough harness horse graceful stylish and fast can show eighths lo 1934 seconds a 2 alt with but little handling did this last fall ono yearn o atterservIngOl mares In the spring Ho Is possessed of wondorlul nerve and peed enough to a trotter for track use or gentlemen roadsters large handsome stylish heavy and strong enough carriage horses with a kindly dlspo eillZon for all purposes of u family horse Ho is the horse to sire graceful substance and docility It has been given up by horsemen that he Is ono of the most uniform breeders lu Kentucky Ho his colts after himself has never sired a sorrel colt The most profitable horse for too farmer aqd small breeder to produce Is the homo which serves the widest range of mrposes well Ills cots are show colts of the very highest type bolo string winners from tho oldest to the youngest IeDKinrE Sired Chester Daro 10 N S H It he br IIIMcll Squirrel 58 ho by Hack Eagle if ho by King William 87 ho Washington Denmark 01 ho by Gaines Jonmurk 01 he race horse Denmark V S bohy Imp tledgeford Dignity first dim Mzlcniont by Welchmodt No 0367 A T II It he by William Welch 311 he by Ry dlcka HamblctonlanlO Dignity sec- and dam Is by Abdsllah Messenger 3d dam by Ollls Vermont Uh dam Thoroughbred Wolchmont first dam ruUno by Ahno t forest 2S83 TERMS Dignity Dare will make the season of 100S at my stubie In Hustonvllla Ky at 125 to Insure a living colt when fouled Mares traded or removed forfeit Insurance and money becomes duo and roust be paid at time of such transaction Mares grazed at 250 per month and bills to bo paid before removal of mates Grabs fed If desired- at reasonable rates Mares entrusted to mo will receive my personal attention but I will not bo responsible for accidents or es Phono in residence at Hustonvllle KyeI8 CARPE- NTERiJIz FINDING FAULT r i Not long ago a youngster nud his mother vero going homo final church and the mother was finding fault with the sermon The troy had noticed the mount of the inothori contribution andsldti comfortingly W01lJUn you cant cxpoot very much for n cent Its to true that you cnn not expect satisfaction nor rollof from those dm trcsaing Eye Aches Hcndaciicj Slycs Etc when you wear oheap bpecta clw improperly fitted Wo have pleased others filth can please you Hundreds of satisfied patients indorse our new inothoU of fitting glasses KZ MURRAY flcADAMS Lending Jewelers Dnuville Ky DlI KThe last resting place of your departed ones4Jby the erection of a suitable Monument Let it be of exclusive and artistic design the best material and of perfect workman ship We carry the largest stock of Monuments j Markers and Tablets of Marble and Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering donerby pneumatic tools None better None cheaperlWM ADAMS a SON Lexington Kye First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was established as the Deposit hank of Stanford In list then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In ISM and again reorganised as the First National Daik of Stanford In 1112 having bad practically an uninter rupted eiluenco for II year It is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its Jong and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited CAPITAL STOCK UflOOOO Directors J B Fasten J D Owsley 811 Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter J It Foster L 0 Ooo Jh W II Cummins nrlghIt w S sni Successors to The Farmers Hank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for JS years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial to Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court John Buchanans rirxntliTn vs John Jialdemans Heirs 01111 nuts Notice of Sulo Iuraunnt to a Judgment of tho Lin coln circuit court rendered In tho above styled action at tho February term 1005 tho undersigned Master Commis stoner of said court on MONDAY APRIL 10 1005 At tho courthouse door in Stanford Ky about 1 r M sell at public outcry to the highest und best bidder tho following real estate situated in Crab Orchard Lincoln county Ky towlt A storehouse and lot In Crab Orch ard fronting on Main Street with N 30 E 32 feet thenco with lino of John Buchanan S 00 W 70 feet thence said lino S 621 W 62 fi10 feet thoneo with lot No I S 24 E 23 51u feet thence with Samuel Hnnlins lino N C9r H 118 feet to tho boirlnnlni containing 8100 of an acre being lot No 3 conveyed to John Huchannn and John A Hal doman by Jennlo Armomlts heirs Commissioner of record in Deed Hook 23 jingo 352 This salo is made for tho of division A credit of 0 months will bo anti tho purchaser will bo requited to Ive bond with ap proved security payable to tho Commissioner and boar nf at 0 per cent from date of sale G B SADKLKV M C L C C yOfficers J HOOKER Prtst BT liAMitm V Pres twpf V Reid IHnvllU T Harris Stanford 36 lIMkerStantersJK L M I Hlwore Stanford S H llaughman Stanford T P Stanford Jas KoMnton Hubble 111 Ilauebtnan StanfordrJ Ftttui Stanford 0 K Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 1 Talk U SHANKS j Prcsldtnt J B Iaxtea 4 Vice lrenL- W M mUOtlTIW 0 WALKER Ant Cashier j Geo H Farris II About Stoves Any Kindj S You Need Hes Got Commissioners DJrcctor3f iOfficers Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Stella B JohnsOnbPin Inti vs Myrtle Nu stlcoof Salo- 1ursuant to a judgment of the Lin cola circuit court rendered In tho above styled action at the February term 1005 tho undersigned Commis sioner of said court will on MONIJAY APRIL 10 1005 About II M at thecoultlOusol1oor followingdescribed coln county Ky near Klngsvlllo Be jthecounty road N 8E illt polos ton stone and three sour woods thenco Ii I8j K oi poles to a Htono In tho old line thenco a now lino W lea polos to a pikethencobeginning containing 30 acres of land inure or Tho of this sale ydefinidants w11lboof Stolh111 Johnson The sale will bo made on a credit of 0 months the purchasot will Lorequlreti to rrho ond tluConulla por cent from date of sllle G B SAUItWV M C L C C 4