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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 31 1905 3 P M NO 9 r w KINGSVILLE The itorci have aprlng Roodi to such an extent that was never known here before ltAndy Gotzir of Highland had two cutot in a law mill Dr 0 M Thompson was called Tnompion Hiram planing mill eus pendud operations tbo most otUit week on account of the lllneesof Mr Kvani wltb crip Matter Johnny lirani tbe Grit boy MreC M Thorapion and Mn LHIIo Flint havo been III with grip G A Walter li on tho sick Hit Mr Carman who wit recently com mined to the Lakeland asylum died at that Institution of bruin fever and the roroalni were brought bore Saturday and taken to Casey oouoty for burial Lawrence Williams li grieving over the loss of hie dog It was only n yet low dog but Lawrence was neverthe less araehed to It This li the second I dog Lawrence has ben unfortunate enough to losetbe other bating falUo In a well and drowned 4L Mr Jesse Walter was over from Stanford Saturday F M Ware of McKinney war here Saturday Nan fred Cbtvolelle was the guest of Mlu Ottlo Faulkner at lllgbland Monday Mrs James Robinson and Matter Chas HoblDWn arrived Saturday from Wit MOfjdamer Eugene and Claude returned to Cum borland PalU Sundty after a visit with her mother Ain Ann Hlankeoihlp Mr and Mrs Ad Glai were guests of of Dr and Mrs Acton Kd MoCarty v has gone to Wood toek on business Robin Illeney went to Crab Orchard to take up lonfber Jai Acy of Science j Utile wai here last week OB butas v Joe B WllllatM of Mt Salem was hero Saturday Mr HUM of McKn eel was here Monday Alooio Kir nay of the C S was at hose Sunday t between train Cora Praooei also of the C 8 II at horns for a brief visit I Mr Sam Ulgn y and baby of George town will join toe hatband and father after an exceeded visit here Mr and Mr Sylvan IrUUt mored Tue dav la to the cottage recently vacated by Urn 1Mararot Withers Chancy Wen Cherolette got off duty long enough to iuperloiend the mov lag MM Tarter of Morelaod was hero recently A Chicago Alderman Owes Ills Election To ChamberlainsV Cough Remedy can heartily and conscientiously re commend Chamberlain Cough Remedy for aCeoUou of the throat cud lung tat lion John Wionlck 220 So Ieorla tlt St Chicago Two year SRO during a tftlitical campaign I caucbt cold attar be Ing overheated which Irritated my throat and I was finally compelled to stop as I could not epMk aloud In MT extretolty a friend advised me to uee Chamberlain Cough HelMed I took two dow that afternoon and could not Iwlieve mjr sea- ee when I found next morning the loftam- matlon had largely aabtlded I took wv era don that day kept right oa MlkUff through the campaign and I thick this medicine that I won my seat In the conn ell This remedy U for sale by lane llrofl Urmb Orchard t calledji milk eoniumert Kdon It certainly t not Thorn it probably nowhere such a milk town as this Restaurants are but little frequented On tbe other hand the public frequent the various dalrlei In great numbers In order to chat with friend or read the news paper to the accompaniment of a black or white colleo or a gluts of cold or warm milk To clojo a bargain pr to talk business tho milk saloon le retorted to chess and billiards are likewise to bo played In tbc o recog nized places of public resort Hut In spite of this enormous consumption of milk the supply U of tho most wretch tt ed In fact It Is Indescribably bad rIt generally happens that the I people who aro most willing to lend I havent got It to lend IrIt i rhnot IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES David Lauder aged 07 Is dead at Danville The president hat appalnted J L Grlieom iwitmaiter at Uuroaldo Johnson Dalton who killed Farrh In Pulaskl was given three year James Parker of Wllllamiburg was kl ked by a mule and died toa few hour John and William Waddle aro In jail at Danvlllei ohargedwlth shooting Iota a Q it C train The bust of Iliac Shelby Kentuckys first governor will bo placed In the Continental Hall at Washington by the AmorloaulHerolutloc The First National Dank of Jelllco bas been authorized to bigln business with a capital of 125000 J P Maban preiident J li Douglass rice preel dent and A D Mahan cashier Jamei fl Shy of Plnevllle died al the home of hie niece Mr J II Btx ler la this city after several days Ul aH of pneumonia Do came here about two weeks ego to be at the bed tide of hie sister Mr Susan Smith who died last week says a Dorrodt burg dlipstoh A stir was created In Danville whoa Mu Imogens Holmes Lyle who eauod much excitement In Lexington recently by her peculiar action threatened tbe live of hanker Mack Wallace and Chief of Police Logan Wood Thu former she claimed was trying to robber and the latter she insisted did not guard her property elo c enough HIGHLAND Married Sunday 2Stb by Rev J M Cook at the residence of Hen nubCharles n Cook and Mill Daisy Terry daughter of Mr and Mn W H Terry Also at the residence of A C James by the tame preacher Goo Wall and Mh Sallle 0 Young Craig Dun hat quit the Store and le learning the lumber grading buttons with his latbcrln law K Rtgney at Kinf vllle James Randolph and Wol ford Taylor of Yosemlte were bore last week looking for Mibooli Uev G F Thompson of liubanks and Alex Dentoe of Norwood ave us a call on their way to Nlebolaivllle J H Butt Mr and Mrs Ulanken ship and Mrs Green have been quite III the pail week The rest of the tick arc Improving slowly W H Terry and family have moved to Jumbo Mart Surber has moved to the Mulllns home A L Young has moved to the E K Young house J A Bryant has gone to Somerset to re lde and work at his trade carpentering Wm Newton and wife left a few days ago for Spring fleldO The Difference Here are ofcrime In which the meaning Is the same but the de scription different TWEET Rich woman fcUptwnanla Rich man iborms Poor man stealing OKCNKRNNKM Rlob man debility or heart fallere Welllodo man aloohoHsra Poor man dellrlnm tremens IN WALL STREET Rleh man legitimate cpeanlatloo Wellto do man dabbling In stocks Poor wan gambling Incredible Brutality It would have been Incredible brutali ty if Charles K Lomberger of Syracuse N YI had not done the best hocouid for III sullerlng eon My boy he says cut a fearful gash over his eye so I ap plied Bucklons Arnica Salve which quickly healed it and saved his eye Also good for burns and ulcers Only 26c at Pennys Drug Store The biggest cannonball over mado weighed 2000 pounds and was menu factored at the Crupp works Eueo for tho Government of the Czar Tho gun from which this projectile was fired Is also the largest In the world and Is placed In the fortifications of Cronstadt This gun has a range of 12 miles and It Is climated that each shot costs 81500 Jl The New Body Builder IfAs delicious as a Fresh Orange Supersedes oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil anti Emulsions Guaranteed to contain all Iho medicinal elements actually taken from ptuuiiio fash cKly livers with organic Iron and other bodybuilding IngrctlUut but no oil or grcaso making tho t greatest strength anil nests creator known to mctlloino Fort old people puny children weak palo women miming mothers chronic cold hacking coughs throat and lung troubles Incipient consumption nothing equals Vlnol Try lllf you dont like It we will return money LiPENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD L t a i r V if gq NEWS NOTES The town of Marlon Criltonden county suffered a 1100000 fire Mrs Minerva Dark of Boonvlllc Ind dropped dead whllo mllklolIAnother steamer bound for Vladlvo stock has been captured by tbe Jape George B Colket a Philadelphia hearLdleeaolFireal Daniel Shaw who served OS years as justice of the peace Is dead aiLaPorte lad Ills estimated that tile Japanese loan has been oversubjorlbsd al least ten timesTwo Welt Virginia children are said to have been kldnaptd and taken to Denver Co- tSecretary Hay bat arrived at Glbral tar In much bluer health than when be left New York Three men were killed and one fatally hurt In a boiler explosion near Materwon W Va Directors of the Pennsylvania Rail road Co have ordered an limo of 8100 000000 convertible bonds Thomas U Watts Great Incob once of the Order of Red Men Is dead at his home In Montgomery Ala Dr A O MoPiitl on aired dentist of MavQeld wee fatally Injured by falling from n secondilorv window At Peoria III Oils Dom aged 21 was found guilty of murdering his ohh d wife and sentenced to death A woman convicted of killing her husband In Ohio was sentenced to ejghl years In tbe penitentiary A revised unnllclal estimate of the Japanese casualties at Mukden and Tie Pan places the number at 67000 Tbe portion of the Japanese loan of 8150000000 allotted to London was well oversubscribed In less than an hour A Russian patienl whose Illness has been diagnosed as leprosy has been re calved at Bellevue Hospital New York Michael Novaekovlcb an Austria laborer was murdered by his wife as he lay asleep In bed at bis home She used a hatchet Russias attitude le Ibus described by a prominent diplomat Tbe Govern ment Is cow pekoe but continues to prepare for war t- oGrlmtb J Grouch of California a millionaire who three week ago at tempted to kill his wife ha been sent cooed to two years In prison nud a fine of 5000 Col Frederick de Funfair veteran railroad man and litterateur a soldier under Garibaldi and In the Confeder Boy died at his home in Louisville Wednesday Sheriff Walter Hplfand of Calloway county was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced five years In tbo pen itentiary for killing Tardy Keys at Murray Feb 0 1003 The stockholder of the L L N authorized an additional bond Issuo of iOOOOOOO to pay for the new Atlanta Kooxvllle Cincinnati division which Is to be opened to morrow Payetto county and adjoining ooun lee were visited bv a storm Wednesday evening which did much damage In Lexington several houses were urirodf eel The wind blew 00 miles an hour Alfred Klan a Methodist minister o 05 committed suicide by shooting a Pry Green county He had been poor health for some time and this assigned the reason for the rash act Strikes hidden Racks When your ship of health strikes th bidden rocks of Consumption Pjieuino nln etc you are lost If you dont get help from Dr Kings New Discovery fo Consumption J W McKinnon of Tal ladoga Spring Ala writes I had been very ill of pneumonia under the care o two doctors but wns getting no letter when I began to take Dr Kings e Discovery Tho first does gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure fo sore throat bronchitis coughs and colds Guaranteed Penny1 DrugiStore price SOcandl Trial bottle free The rarest and most valuable half dollar was made In 1700 and has 10 stars next the milling It Is worth 8110 The most valuable quarter was mado In 1X23 and is worth 8100 No dime Is worth more than 325 and the most val cable half dime bears the data of 1802 and Is valued at 1200 Threecunt all ver pieces are plonllful and aro not val uablu The rarest copper cent was made In 1703 and Is worth 8100 TIle Colonels Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter ho says I was nearly dead of these compnintB and although I tried my family doctor ho did jno no gooil I got a Wo bottle of your great Electric Hitters which cured mo I consider thorn the lest medicine on earth and thank God who gave you thoknowledgeto make DiISOlmll bottleI J LANCASTER A new schedule Is being talked of over the K C R E McRoborts sold to Jim Bradley two sows and 15 pigs also a bunch of shoats Mr Annie L Herring Is in n criti cal condition as a result of burns reo calved about 10 dava ago Tbe Yeager store rooms on the pub MondayIAtlornova M C Saulley P M Mc Roberts and J W Aloorn were here Wednesday on legal business The jury was discharged Wednesday after the bearing of some civil cases Some Important rquity cases are now before Judge Dell The will of Judge J S Robinson was probated the early part of tbe week His widow and brother Mr Alex Rob inson were appointed executors Monday afternoon Eld F M Tinder Bushed a crap game Jn his pasture east of his home Warrants were is sued and the guilty parties will be brought to justice Two of the men were from Crab Orchard and one from Richmond Mrs America Stone died al her home on Water Streel Wednesday afternoon She had been III for some time with pneumonia Funeral services were held nt the Christian church Friday morning at 10 oclock Interment In Lancaster cemetery Jell Dunn sold a horse to Clyde Ru ble of Buena Vista for 8100 also 20 shoats for 8100 Mrs M A Sanders bought of Speaks Bros 40 sheep and 25 lambs for 1135 Branham Bctzley of Hyattsvlile sold hit farm of HO acres to Mr Cbrisclllls at 850 Reid Cot ton of Danville bought of PettusBros 100 barrels of corn at 82 50 Ben Hamm bought of parties In this city two cows and a calf for 850 Mrs Jennie West Is visiting rela tire In Louisville Jacob Joseph is In the East buying Spring and Summer goods Miss Kate Denton and Mr Jas Walker Guyn wilt be married at tbo borne of the bride near Paint Lick on Wednesday evening Mrs Mary tetch er has returned 10 her home In Nlch olaevllle after a visit of several weeks to Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor W B Burton hat returned from a business trip to Louisville Mr and Mrs S A McDeormon leave this week for Benton Harbor Mich their future home Mr and Mrs W H Wherritt have return od from a visit to relatives at Mobile and New Orleans Miss Hero of Nlch olaevllle Is visiting her sister Mrs McClelland Johnson Misses Fannie Dotr and Katie Leo Denny have been with Mlts Margaret Miller of Rich mood After n visit of several weeks to relatives in the Carollolla Mrs 0 T Wallace has returned home Miss Mai rio Joseph la In Cincinnati CHURCH Rev J G Livingston will preach at Whites CbapaLnexi Sunday morning al 11 oclock The Mission Board of the Congrega tional Church decided to accept Rockc felines gift of 8100000 Rev B L Allen of Harriman Tenn will preach at the Christian subtEpiscopalschurch Tuesday evening April 4th nt 730 Rev Spears of the Danville aervIceeea missionary from Japan will lecture at the Cumberland church oclockrP M The public Is cordially Invited Mornfeveningv Allrare Communion services at 11 A I Sun day at the Baptist church to which all members are especially requested to be present At 730 p M preaching sub ject Salvation by Grace All como and bring a friend Mens meeting at 230 P M Addressed by John NODe fee Jr subject Why should a Young Man bo a Christian followed by Mr p M McRoborts Everyman In Stan ford 16 especially invited 10Ipromoters who claim that they have a process by which they can redno oil cheaper than the Standard 011 Co and that they have sufllcleni capital to mako the undertaking a luccessrThero has been an Increase in activity the peat week In Iho Kentucky oil fields and the outlook encouraging Startling allty Statistics show startling mortality from appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just ono reliable remedy Dr Kings New Ufo Pills M Flnonery of 11 Custom House Plaice Chicago says They have no equal for Constipation and Billions ncsS 23c at Pennyf Druc iloreI j i Spring Openingri Of The New Store lNTcv and Uptodate stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings c Complete in Style and Quality We invite everybody to come and inspect our goods before buying elsewhere SPYltilRBISft i s Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY I to 9k t Tiger Disc Harrows I Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Cultivators Walking Tiger Cultivators Ridin- gIGGINSW H STANFORD KY f LaPorte Vehicles Work Oror 300 of three pleasure vehicles have beets sold m county which is of itself evidence of their merits Tho iris list representative citizens who nre using IaPorto LincolnIi3 mado up front memory there aro many others to whom wo refer as to evidence of the worth of this Preston neck SrjJs8 Hon M C Sabdey J 0 Paxton lion n C Warren Rowan SeufJey BeckJ Livfry J H Boone tCo Livtry I M lruo Livery- L U Hnehefi W P Grimes I S hacker flank Predt John Lynn Dr w n o1Jaonon Andrew Go ch Cicero Reynolds J F Holdam Holiest Attractive Styles M S Uaughman JH H Daughnwn Jno S Oaugbmtn TraylorT Col T P Hill W Brooks ask lJeaalr Win Underwood Luther Underwood Crit Eubank Uobert Sims J K VanAridale oba Biagaman James H I C Better Thos Dudderar Porter Robinson Sidney Dnnbar 1 Pence BaileyV Full carload of these popular vehicles re cently received by E Pence Co Agents for Lincoln County Till BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods From the Great Bargairi Sale Sweeter Co of York This opportunity which occurs Wo all who can como earlyas possible attend this the greatest salo ever offered Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor made suits worth 815 and S20 aro sale 8fCO 750 Ladies up slate Jackets 85 to 810 now on sale 8250 St and Misses worth 8150 up to arc now sale 98a to J82 48 Ladies corsets from lOc up Latest styloaof petticoats from 59c up Ladies dross and coarse Shoos flSc and up Woods Robert Woods James Woods W II Higgins Menefee Sam Menefee S J Embry Walton Gentry Shanks W Withers J Hays Jamel Lynn Carman Vanoy J Dartt T t of Peml rook it New is seldom advise as to wo have on at to tn at to Ladies Skirts 5 on at nt E P N W Sr E T E C C V W C W C A C C H an to Mens and Childrens Furnish- Ings Great lino of Shoes for children from 15c up liens Dross stun work ing Shoes from 08c up Mens Cloth ills from 3a suit up Mens nicefOvercoats from 250 up Mens Sunday Pants from 75c up Chil drops nice threepiece suits from 75o ultBoydsirens and Ladies Stockings from 4o up S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY JOURNALiE C WALTON THERE Is surprise In Brcathltt that anyjsll could be found In Kentucky to hold two Harrises and ono Callahan Dut Kentucky Is Retting back to her own and the surprises are not yet all 1overLoulevllle Herald It Is to be hoped that are not One for which all lovers of law long is that Indlanae I new governor may TJrovo a man of hoc or with the proper regard for the sa crednees of an oath and give Kentucky back her own even If It means death for Taylor and damnation for the re publican party Wont the Herald which so anxious to have the Hart r l es punished please show that it is not for partlian purposes by Insisting that the Indiana executive honor a requlel tlon for the fugitives Instead of hand log the hat around for money to defend redhanded aieatslns Until it does honest people will put no confidence In Its sincerity In rte demands for the punishment of the guilty r p Gov TERRELL of Georgia In a let t ix Secretary Taft expreeeing grail crude to the general government for the return of the Confederate battle flags says most gracefully In part Let no man who followed the stars and stripes 4Inthe bravo days of old believe lara those who stood beneath the stars and bars are today less loyal to our common country than they are themselves So long as the flag of tho Confederacy floated they would have died gladly that It might live and they I love It yet as they love the sacred memory of their heroic dead who fell In Its defense but now they are loyal to the flag of their fathers the flag of their children and the flag of their coun itryIiTHEdeath at Winchester this week George S Savage removed a wellknown figure from the sphere of 4action He was for many years agent i i of the American Bible Society and it tthere was hardlY a community in Ken tucky that bad not seen or heard of the I man that devoted his life to the spread of the scriptures He lived to be 04 t years old thus receiving as his eublu nary reward the promise that thy f 1daysshall be long upon the earth II F he no doubt heard this welcome plaudit on reaching the life beyond the Ifgrave1I THE Insurance companies refute to l the policies of Mayor McCue of Va because they claim 1pay be against public policy In j words they seem to fear that If irtheypay his Insurance It will be an In for other men to kill their wives and be hanged for it A great I moral agency to be sure Is an Ineur ance company However tome excuse for not paying over is better than none It ELlim ROOT and other prominent hfNewYork republicans petition Alton to become a candidate for his former position on the bench This oftniaybe a high tribute to his judicial In the very fact that the judge is thought eo much of by republicans Itmade democrats suspicious of him Thats the reason doubtless that he was the worst beaten candidate who ever ran for the presidency iATthe funeral In Cincinnati of Mrs t HIckey the rare spectacle was 1afforded of her five eons all preachers t officiating at the church services Like the woman who broke the alabaster t box of precious ointment over Jesus t head she has doubtless heard herself the welcome plaudit from the Master She bath done what she could Mary women have done well but she exceed 1edthem all TUB free coinage of sliver in Mexico will be stopped April 10 and on May 1 the present Mexican dollar will be rat ed at 50 cents in gold Col Bryans theory will soon have the support of no- l government but China through Indl vlduals may still clamor for free silver because of the charm attached to any thing supposed to be free TUB Congregational church has de 1 dined to accept a gift of 8100003 from Rockefeller because the money Is taint ed This Is a little too too sancti monious Just as well refuse to accept any money because It may have been used to buy whisky or other objection able things 4TROSEof us who may have disbelieved the story that Eve was made from a rib ol Adam must cease to ba Doubting Thomases Skeletons of people who lived 6000 years ago show that men bad 13 ribs whereas now they have but an even dozen H1HON LAIJAN PHELPS a splendid and a democrat In all the word implies Is a candidate for mayor of Louisville The Falls City would rhonor herself by honoring so excellent and clean a man as we know Mr Phelps to be y TUB Red Men of Jackson elected Judge James H Hargla Prophet An honor to be sure but the chances are i the judge will not be able to at 1thatthe lodges meetings regularly fork years to come YOUNG E ALLISON has retired IMn the tottering Louisville Herald he was Its mainstay wo may soon hear of a collapse of tho leading republican piper In Kentucky It seems almost Impossible fora republi can dolly to be successful In this State The average republican If he can read at all doesnt take newspaper and the consequence Is that attempts to make one go on a largo scale soon ends In failure If Mr Yerkes statement that the republicans are socially financially and Intellectually superior to democrats In Kentucky were true things wouldnt be thus But liter Ycrkcs was only talking through his hat to people who didnt know any better WHILE Russia It having a hard time raising money to continue the war there tea rush for the Japanese loan o i 175000000 which Is being negotiated in New York and a premium of four points above the subscription price is offered It Is the same case In London where 150000000 bonds by the Jape are being disposed of The courage and determination of the little fighters have won the admiration of the world and made the credlc of their govern meat A PuLADELIIiIA Is just passing thro what Lexington and the surrounding section suffered by the collapse of In vestment companies Suckers are born every minute and the desire to get rich quick without labor rises eter nal in the human breast The losses In the Quaker City foot up more than a million and In large part represents the hardearned savings of thousands of poor men and women who were allured by the tempting promises R C KINKEAD the Louisville law vcr who renounced his democratic principles and got a little notoriety by defending Powers and handing around the hat for him Is at Washington seek log reward He not only wants an of fice himself but for the entire male membership of his family also Kin kead Is the rule and not the exception of his class of renegades A BALTIMORE man advertised for wife and got 02 women to promise to marry him It seems that It would be easy to start a Mormon church even In the highly cultivated Monumental City POLITICAL Elias Burnett has been appointed postmaster at Knox Fork Knox couc tyThe Tennessee Legislature has In creased the tax on bucket shops In that State from IJoo to 1000 a year The republican committee for Rue sell and Casey will meet at Liberty Monday to name a candidate for repre sentative The Tennessee House by a majority of nearly two to one voted to reduce the tax rate from 50 cents to 45 cents on the 8100 The President has decided to recom mend the selection of Prof Rboades of Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore as one of the Collectors of Customs at San Domingo The Wisconsin Senate after a long debate passed the Evans anti cigar- e bill Tho bill which absolutely prohibits the sale or manufacture of clgarbltes or cigarette paper has al realty passed the assembly and now goes to the governor The democratic committee of tbo 14th judicial district refused to post pone to a date later than April 5 the primary to select a successor to Circuit Judge Robert L Stout Woodford Gov Becahama appolnteo4Attorney Ira Julian and tout are candidates Under directions from the president Secretary Taft sent a note to the mem here of the Isthmian Canal commission asking them to tender their resigns done The request was promptly complied with It Is expected that he will announce the new commission during the progress of his Southern trip President Roosevelt In obedience to an act of Congress approved March 3 has issued a proclamation Inviting the nations of the earth to loin In a naval marine and military celebration In Hampton Roads of the founding of Jamestown Va the first permanent settlement of Englishspeaking people In America The celebration will be held between May 13 and November 1 1007 WHAT LOVE Is What Is love An electric spark that flies at Irregular tangents and rlcbochets wildly from heart to heart Now It soars upward and finds lodging In tho superior brain then It descends boomerang fashion and leaps at the smile of a girl l The poets have babbled of love since the first Introduction of rhyme philoso phers look through their glasses chem lets dissect and grammarians parse but all that wo know or need know is that Cupid is young 8 Mules were higher In Columbia Tenn last week than for many years Four were sold for a total of 000 while many more changed hands at good prices Half a dozen Southern buyers were there and bought all the good fat mules offered W W Hays void for Dr J B Owe Icy a horse to Sam C Thurmond for 1125 Solitude Laugh and the world laughs with you Weep and you weep alone For too tad old earth Must borrow us mirth It has troubles enough of Itsown Sing and the hills will answer Sigh It Is lost In the air The echoes bound To a joyfulsound But shrink from voicing care Rejoice and men will seek you Grieve and they turn and go They want full measure Of all your pleasure But they do not want your woe Be glad acd your friends are many Be sad and you lose them all There are none to decline Your nertared wine But alone you must drlnkllfes gall Feast and your balls are crowded Fast and the world goes by Succeed and give And It helps you live But It cannot help you die Theres room In the halls of pleasure For a long and lordly train But ono by one We must all tile on Through the narrow aisles of pain Ella Wheeler Wilcox MATRIMONIAL C R Cook aged 20 and Miss Daisy Terry 15 were made one at Highland a few days ago G11 Grubb and Miss Maude L GIrdler were married at the court house by Judge Bailey Wednesday For An iced Appetite Lou of appetite always results from faulty digestion All that Is needed is a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and 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 Dros Crab Orchard Stockmen Notice In9tantordmyfineIteglatered Chief at 91 Ready for servKe WO Walker A FOOLISH PLAN nOUrtbecauseConstipation is the result of indigestion billousnessf113tulenc loss of appetite emaciation uric acid neuralgia in various of the system catarrhal inflammation of the in testinal canal mid numerous other ail theydoIIm bound in the bowels II is n common expression of who look mis persistinIWhat n foolish plan when nature could AugustPlowerconstipation and all stomach ills August Flower gives new life to the liver and insures healthy stools a qTwo sizes 25C 750 All druggist For Sale at Punny 5- ELECTRICIAN 5007 Race Record ease 14 Sire of AIUI 111 Electitaont 211 14 Grttchtn i4 i4 Prince II 01 rb LilaJ own brother to Grateful 117 sin list Electrician li a brown tUllkin 14 hands high standard registered lie li by Electioneer Its lire of Jams m by llamNctoman to sire of dams of liB he by AbdjIUh t sire of j dims of Kest mare by Imp olIfounJrr Elretrlelanl lit dam Rebecca dim of Benul IT KexforJ s4 Mien sa6 Russenolejo etc Rebecca t Gen Benton iU sire of jt dams of 61 he by Jim Scott tji tire of LsJy Denton by Grays IfamMebmlan Sec and dam Oaralel dam of Clifton hell 114 14 IdeHa byAWallahsires etc by American Star Electrician It a royalbred horse tine style and ac lion with treat beauty He Is a horse that possesses great speed and gameness although hit record It on ly 114 14 he repeatedly showed miles In OIS number of hit get has tan told for roadsters bring tag from yioo to Jijoo As most of hit colts are beauties with fine action and slit can recom mend him at a treat stock horse Will make the season on same conditions and at same place ai clay King at the fee of ij CLAY KING 2964 14Sire King 11017 Ma Rruce2aaGuard a2 s 14 The Raven r6 Justin M a 14 Dorado 14 and eight others with record of bet pacerBy Mar ble Cl1ymore 174 llolnig i4 Klngbrlno a oDoc geEJgara8 saQueen Clay aaq 11 etc rst dam Amy aao 14 t dam uf Clay King 2a 34 and IlranJdam of Volo MM sxi 14 Sire of St Julian au 14 St Patrick hulhl1IhavebyIlambielonian210 r2 sire of j8 Wllmar 319 aft and Wlldalr sire of Sire of Geortf Mikes Election byYountbyTonirests by American Stir j dam by Cmmons Du roc Clay King with any kind of stud opportunities would today be the tint tight of successful sires of lustbegunState who not regard him as a woridcrf ul six of early and extreme speed Evety nan at the Lexing ton track hat wen his get accomplish what hat never theyhaveand then sell for ttartllng prices they have seen his older representatives show as much speed gameness and genuine rare horse qualities as those of any sire ever quartered in Kentucky Clay Kng will make the season of joo at the low price of 1250 to Insure a living colt Alien retained upon the foal to secure the payment of the season All care will be taken to prevent accidents to stock In notbeLancaster Ky r I i V CRITERION t +J+ ++ t+444 wIowwIo IH MROBERTS STANFORD II t Strawberry Plants For Sale I hue the following kinds of Strawberry Plants for sale Jessie liubarb Glen Mary Parker Karl Gnuiloy Harlland Tennessee Prolific Clyde Plants are nice and well rooted- J L JOHNSON Klngsiille Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid bunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Kclchenbarh lire Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Ilaumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mettle II lie we E Charles Cummlnt Jos lchenbAlbI A O Dunn 8 WE Amon Wit Daugherty M J JlntTrnan M U Kltnore Ieter W barter J Nevlo Carter J E Bruce W gbomaker Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Ferrlll- F L Conn John II Ontnenlsih- SamTrowbrldge A I Rout FOR SALE I McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS I offer for sale my mill and residence In McKinney Ky Mill has flour capacity of 50 barrels and meal jeo bushels per day Mill It well equipped with modern machin ery In good repair Has storage capacity ot 8000 bushels ot wheat also large corn bloc and cribs Wagon scnle operated tram ottlce coal bins and ire house All Under roof Never falling water in mill lot Mill Is within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern It It track and has private siding The loca tion Is good for the following reasons Mc Kinney is nearest market to many of the largest wheat and corn growers In Lincoln large territory furnlihlug custom grinding The feed and coal business In connection with mill pays well No troubln to market all products from mill RM dense Is a twostory all room frame with cistern on back porch Milk house at back door cemented all comparatively now Largo barn bouio In mill lot On account of my falling eyetlghtand health generally my physicians have advised mo to quit the for further particulars call on or address Dr Edw Al corn Huitonvllle Kyor W II McKlnoe- yStanfordly J H McKINNEY McKInney Ky JaK BAUGHMANSNABOTH Ily Naboth bay tbrceyearsold and a much finer horse Umu lil ilruto well known In this part of the State us a breeder of speed styla and durability Dam Nora Nor val Naval 2ll4 a son of Electioneer 113 Nora Norvals first dam by Metropoli tan son of Httinbletontan 10 sire of George Wilkes and Electioneer 3d dam by Mambrt no Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver 4th dam by WtgneriBthdaniby Imp Trnnby Sib dam by Thorntons A splendid Individual with a pedigrecas fine as any horses HUMMER JR Hay stallion IBJi panda a good Individual with abundant speed lie Is by Hummer 0112 sire of Bouncer 209 btiitolv 21H Sutl peen 212H Quickly 21H Mountainee- rJ15 Spucdon ZilOJj 13 In 230 Hummer 1112 Is a son of tho renowned Electioneer and save one U tho only son of Kkvtlanuer llvlngtliat Isout of a George Wilkes mare and with the exception of Arlon Is the only sou standing In Kentucky that liana 2OU performer to his Jradnm I Zulma by the groat Lord Russell dID Godlva by Auditor T- T3HAPSBURG 509 Groat conch stallion 101 hands high by Imp Oloster find out of a snare by Wonder tul Boy Any ono wishing tiVery high bred coach horse to breed on standard bred mares for getting style speed and action should see this hor- seJESSE ALVERSON Shetland Pony 1lne indlvlduajgood breed or stylo and action All of these horses will stand ttt 110 t sure n living colt NAPOLEON Wilt also stand my jack Napoleon at 810 andAJonnetslo season from Mares grazed at 2por which In all cases mint bo before they ore removed Caro taken to prevent accidents but not re sponsible any oocur- J K DAUpHMAN DustonTllIe Ky 41 On e a mans coat has n moaning It means value 4 k fit and bounty Our stock comlrisosIlllnOSL ev ery conceivable fabric tail style Hegular four button sticks iu Browns Black and Fluky from 750 to 1750 Slings male for tall mon two inches longer than the regular coat 10 1250tand 15 Extra sizes from 42 to 50j in size at 10 1250 and 15 Our stock of Black goods is fine indeed 10 to 1750 single and double breasted Is there any reason why we hlloulilt not suit you Loins try d J ir Cant Be Touched Ifor painting houses Tin re naon s plnlu 11 Mastic Is the purest therefore tho most durable Mil econom Ioherfellowttclaimi lished Its undo of pure loud zinc tend linseed OUtiIO most durable kind of paint and ltd purity Is therefore unquestioned As purity rerun durability tho splendid wear ing qualities of Maslls have glvou it the title of Tie Jiiml Thug Lasts and this title la btftked up by our nbsoltito guarantee Mastic ia made by PEASLEE GAULBERT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY and wo heartily recommend to your trade FOR PENNYS DRUG- ESTORE JStt DOCK GRAY 1 Shetland l3ny evcar od uSInibestai owned by igh Held roster will make the ltseason nt to Insure a living olt Do it Is by an Imported pony that cost 11000 In tho Shetland Islands nnd U regarded by horsemen as tho be In Kcnturkydufeallngall comers In show ring In 100U Men retained on all colts until season Is paid Mares part ed with or bred elsewhere forfeits Insurance and money becomes due Will make tbo season at my barn In the West End of Stanford nut Ht home rail on James O Reid n- It Anph hotel E ii IIEALEV Stanford Ky i We Are Showing from The e1 Best manufacturers in the country a fine and well selected fline of Ladies High Shoes and Oxfords Everybody in Crab Orchard and vicinity is invited to call and sec our stock and ho convinced that you do lOt have to leave the East End to dress tho feet in an uptodate 8tloJ j W E Perkins Crab IKy you havent paid for your Interior Jour naII Ithis year do so today TIt MATTINGS Vc have n big lino oC China nnd Jnp lfattings from ISA to Goc See the printed warp mnttings nt 50 nnd Oac SULTAN CARPETS This is the best low price carpet made and the right nod wrong sides arc different patterns two carpets in one l They cost 2oc per yard ALL WOOL FILLED CARPETS ii AVo have a good line of this splendid wearing goods Wo show tkeiu at dS and 50c per yard eels for Rugs and Art Squares SON THE INTERIOR BrAwroRD KYt MAIL 31 lOOi JUSTICE to yourself and to your phy sician demands the but materials and most careful service In prep rlog his prescrlptloni the way AIIedtate Drug- Store crlptlool aro Pennys PERSONALS t Mns ED PEYrON It tI- Lf Mns E H BEAZLEY continues quite MRS K P WOODS Is thought to bo lightly Improycd KATIIKIUNE WARREN Is clerk leg In John P Jonci Mlt J S HUNDLEY bit returned from a trip to Louisville MRS D GOOD has returned from a visit to relatives at Mltchellsburg MRS ANNIE ENOLEMAN who is at Joseph Price Infirmary Is Improving DR JACKSON OIVBNS of Plttsburg Is visiting relatives in Lincoln and Doyle Miss VIOLA C UIIADY has returned from a visit to Paris and Lexington relatives t MM H S MURDOCH of Ruokborn li tho guest of her brother Hon J N Saunders DitOS BKOCK of Bush Laurol- I county was here Wednesday theguest of Dr JG Carpenter Miss MARIE MAHONY went to Lex ington Wednesday to see Southern and Marlowe In Romeo and Juliet MR C E COX who Is clerking for Mr Matt Woodion at Corbin spent several Jays with his wife here MK AND MRS J B WILLIS of Crab I Orchard Springs aro visiting the fam ily ol W L Crutcher at Richmond MESDAUES oLE CIC AND BAILEY of Lebanon are guests of their brother J F Hooker at Mr W O Speeds MR J S HOCKEII went to tho moun connectediMR JOHN good oltliens of the Highland section left Wednesday to locate at Mattoon 111 MR A O HIATT the merchant prince of lllattHoclccaitle county was on yesterdays train returning from Louisville where ho bought lots of goods MR JESSE F COOK of Lexington I was hero yesterday lIe has recently bought a handsome homo In the Blue Grass capital and will move his parents to It In a tow weeks MR D W DUNN of Garrard visit ed his aunts Mesdames M S and J W Baughman prior to going to Lou Iivlllo and taking a position with J M Robinson Norton t Cot MRS C U PAINE and daughter tI Margaret Paine of Boston arrived last night to visit the family of Mr W P Tate Mr Paine and his other two daughters will Join them In a week or so f MR 8 W GIVENS of Mlddlosboro t was bore thus week looking for horses He Is still pleased with his adopted homo and like all of the peoplo wbo live there thinks there Is a great fu l turo In store for the ExMagic City Miss MARY MCROHERTS of Stan ford who has been spending tho past few days with Mrs Walter Robinson will return to her homo today Miss McRobcatB came to Louisville to at tend Den Hur and the Southern Marlowe engagement at Macauleyr Times I LOCALS N ICE CREAM soda water at Joucs res uurnnt CUT glass and ellvorspoons In a very slecied variety at Mueller DONT miss John P Jones opening r Monday and Tuesday Go and enjoy rich treat r mattingsOARlETS rugs druggets lIDo oums and wall paper Prices to meet competition Como to see us be fore buying Trlbblo Ponce PLANTS 0000 transplanted tomato plants at ICo per dozen cabbage plants seed Irish pota to30o per 100 second crop toes 81 per bushel John Christman NEWS comoi from Burnsldo that Mr Mitchell Taylor who married Miss Llllie McCormack of this county has 180000 cattloranch near lust bought an Lae Cruces Now Mexico HU son Mr Jason Taylor will look after the ranch r Peru homemade maple syrup Geo H Fnrrli PURE Sllvorhco Wyandotte Eggs at Wo for setting of 16 for sale by 0 A SwInebroaJ Ilodgoyllle 3t IP you want a Rood job of painting and rubber tiring done call and see E T Ponce Co Phone 102 A LARGER line of clocks and watches than ever before at prices that should Induce you to buy W n Muellor lon KENT Brlcle house on Lances ter Street just vacated by G W Tay lor Poiiciilon at once P P Nun nelley FRUITS of all ktndi grooerlci etc cheaper than elsewhere See my stock Depot street near Main John Cook Stanford TUB L A N will tell roundtrip tick etc to Louisville Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning next at 1110 ac count the visit to the Palls City of President Roosevelt FOR KENT Mv cottage on East Main Street lust vacated by Forest McClary Poiicnlon given Immediate ly For further Information call on Mn Marr A Vaughn FILL line of new furniture suite folding boot Iron beds mattresses springs side board dresser bullets tables chairs Prices ai Iowa the lowest Tribble 1z Pence WE have special Importation for our opening In dress silks embroidered waist patterns KaHcr novelties In neckwear belt Ac We cordially Invite you to como and see them John P JooelItTilt Young Ladle Mission Circle of the Christian church will meet in the lecture room of that church at 230 Sunday afternoon A largo attendance Is desired Important matters will bo discussed TUB old Confederates the salt of the earth will meet hers tomorrow and make arrangements to go to the reunion at Louisville The railroads have made a one cent per mile rate for the great occasion in the Fall City UNDBK the provisions of a law Just passed In Missouri women can only wear on their hate the feathers of 01 trlcbes chickens ducks English spar rows hawks horned owls and crows There Is a severe psnally for the use of any other bird than those DARN DlItNFDThe largo barn on Mr John W Holmes East End farm burned Tuesday and all of Its contents Including a lot of corn bay a bran new wagona lot of wire eta The lone Is ful ly 11600 with only 1100 Insurance This alls pretty heavily on Mr Holmes whO recently lost close to 15000 by tbo failure of the Somerset Banking Co CAUGHT llunter Reynolds who shot Andy Carson also colored some two months ago from the effects of which bodied a few days since was arrested by Marshal R G Jones of this place and Policeman G M Slier of Lancaster at Ike Hays house on Dlx river Tuesday night and taken to Lancaster for trial Tbo crime was com mitted near the Lincoln lino TilE family of CSnell passed through yesterday In a covered wagon en route to Dundee Mloh Some four months ago they drovo through on their way to Wnyncaburg to locate but after spending the winter decided that tho climate was not what was desired The family consists of Mr and Mrs Snell and their son and they are wall equipped for traveling with almost an air tight wagon and three stout horses abreast Mrs Sncll expressed her die appointment In both the climate and soil of the Waynosburg section but spoke highly of the good citizens of that end of the county ACCIDENTALLYIIOT Howard Collier eon of David Collier accidentally shot himself in the left arm at his homo near Rowland last night As ho took a US callbro revol vcr from hIs pocket the weapon die charged und the bullot lodged In the bono of his arm splitting It Dr W B OBanuon who was called probed for the bullot but did not extract It Mr Collier was a soldier In tho Span ishAmerican war and had returned from tho Philippines only a couplo of months ago Dr OBannon thinks that unless complications set up tho wounded member can be saved 4 r CARPETS Ie Wo have put into our Carpet buying for Spring 1905 our best efforts and experience of 20 years in the Carpet business WQ believe our experience has been worth sonic thing to us and we can please you We understand cutting and matching anti if will bring a diagram of the room you i wish to cover well sell you just what you need for it SEVERANCE STANFORDMONEY to lend on realty at C per cent Wm S Lawwlll Danville Ky w OUR matting are nsw just from the factories Price right Trlbblo Pence Tim I J will bo represented at Lib erty court Monday Make It a point to toe us If you are behind with your paper BARROWS pond will bo Incorporated and a boat house and boats built at once A stock company was organized this week for the purpose PURE bred White Wyandotte eggs for sale DustonFisbel strain II for 15 cash with order George C Goode Covlngton Ky 44 Pike Street 4t EVERETT littlo son ol Thos Plum mer of Rowland died a few days ago of tuberculosis About six weeks ago Mr Plummer had a little daughter to die Laocalindcordtween Stanford and Richmond the Cold Molanscs Limited What do Capt Phil Price and Engineer Henry Lammers say about that COAL BUSINESS FOR SALE Coe silting of bins scales etc A splendid stood and good business The proprie tor on account of ill health is deter mined to sell This Is a One opportu- nIty for some one For particulars Ice L R Hughes Stanford Ky SEt the advertisement of W H Blakeloy Co In this Issue They ad vertise a large farm near tho flourish fag city of Bowling Green with free colleges and a rapidly growing city of 12000 people Please write them for any information regarding this fine property LIIIHRTYG Hawk Wilkinson has gone to Rugby Teen prospecting We trust he will return satisfied to make Liberty his abiding place as his many friends will regret his leaving Dignity Dare the famous horse of Mr D S Carpenter of Hustonvllle was the most attractive object on the public square Monday B G Fox of Dan villa bought four mules and horses here Monday at 8100 Now TUB most remarkable March in tbn memory of the oldest Inhabitant will pass In its checks In a few hours The weather has been unusually warm all the mouth with hardly any freezes no snows and wind only a few days For once at least tbo month came In like a lamb and went out like one Weather wise people say the seasonsalways oven theyIput on March airs- HERE AND THERE T J Filcher ono of Lexingtons oldest citizens is dead Ten Jurors have been scoured in the Barbour trial at Shepherdsvlllo A Louisville man was tired on by a burglar wbo he found in his room Fayeuo prisoners Bro detained until vaccinated by order of tho peniten tiary authorities In a Colllnsvllle III saloon fight the proprietors wife and the man who shot her were killed Reading dime novels is responsible for a murder by a Chicago lad who must spend his life In prison The Texas Legislature announces that It will Inaugurate a general octo pus bunt and provides sinuos One fireman wee killed and several others badly hurt by a caveIn while fighting the flames In the New York subwayThe In the lunacy case of Mrs Imogene Holmes Lyles failed to agree Ton were for conviction and two for ac qulttal Miss Agnes daughter of Thomas Watson Is not expected to recover from an overdose of morphine taken to relieve pain The Tennessee Senate yesterday sot Its seal of condemnation on tho Osier theory by refusing to pass a bill mak1 ing men of 70 Ineligible for employ meet in State Institutions It la rumored in Lexington that a democratic dally newspaper will bo published In that city by a stock company with a capital of 125000 Judge James Hargls Alox gargle and Ed Callahan in the Lexington jail await leg trial for complicity In tho osaassi nation of James Cockrill at Jackson are said to be the financial backers of the enterprise FOR SALE I uyouwi0 finJ Central Kentucky with twenty thousand dollars werh of tack tuiUmgs m land running water or Ittc pike clow to this city only tg in acre W II ULAKEUY Bowling Green Ky My large Black Jk win make the season of my table three triei North ot Cub Orchard at It INSlRE LIVING COLT money due when colt Is foleJ or them ire rated a retained bylaw on colt until iraton raid Not rtsronilMt for accidents hut care taken to f revent same tttectur II and Is black with roInll sired by Joe Diarkburn and he by Second rinse and be ty Imported Prince from Spain First dam Carlaru Taylor Second dam Naomla Thlra dam Ellen Blithe Fourth dam the Dennett Jennet H STIGALL Oat Orchard Ky Sale I As administrator of the estate of MM Margaret Nance deceased with will annex ed I will on SATURDAY APRIL 1901 Sell at public outcry at her late residence mites from HustonTllIe on the Stanford pike all her personal property consisting of milk cows some style feral lure bureaus dressers presses tables Ac and a lot of beds bedding queeniwnre ic Will also sell a lot of chickens and guinea fowls Sale to begin at I p promptly and terms will be CASH EDW Alcons Administrator PROSPECT 2087 fDin m PTION Foaled April zS 1900 lO hands high solid bay with white feet be hind a model in form with superior style a show horse second to none either in harness or under saddle tKbioRir Sired by Dignity Dare 1982 he by Chester Dare he by Black Squirrel he by Black Eagle he by King William Dignity Dares lit dam Lizzie Mont by Welchmont he by William Welch he by Rysdicks Hambletonian Prospects tat dam Dora Drone 2740 by On Time he by Stonewall Jackson Sr 2nd dam by Joe Abdallah he by Abdallah Glencoe 3rd dam by Funks Sumpter Denmark 4th dam by Black Hawk Morgan 5th dam by Ol iver he by Wagner 6th dam by Imp Messenger Will serve a limited number of mares the present season at 815 to in sure a live colt Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or parted with Mares crazed at 82 per month all bills paid before removal of mires not responsible for accidents or escapes Three miles from Shelby City on the Hustonville Danville pike CARPENTER SANDIDGE HUR One of the Angst English coach horses in the State will make the present season at my place on Silas Andersons farm at 810 to Insure a living colt money due whenI colts gets up or mare is patted a lien retained on colt until season money is paid George Hut is black four white feet and while face weighs when in good shape i Goo pounds stands full 16 hands and is slx years old the coming Spring George hum Is model suple and quick a splendid driver a quiet and safe horse at any work He was sired by Ben Hur Major 273 3135 Grand Sire Scott 2430 Dam Jennie Beatrice Clydesdale George Hur has some of the finest colts in the country has proved to be a sure foal getter George Hur is half English coach and halt Clydesdale best draft horses in the State For further information call on or write Wm Sprinkles at Rowland l and we invite all lovers of horses to call and examine George Hur Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur- I will also stand my fine jack Jim Por ter at the same place at SB WM SPRINKLES Rowland Ky KING EAGLE King Kagle Is H hands hIgh dark bay goes all the gaits with plenty of speed style and action sired by noyallln- hI dam by Eagle Bird 2nd dam by Hcd Lion 3rd dam by Harris Denmark Millers Denmark 4th dam by Jim Deli thoroughbred NOTE Moral King was sired by the great On Time Is a brother to the great Sliver ICing und Mite 0 tho great show mare that sold for 1000 Ring Eaglps Sd dam Is the dam of Minnie Bojd the great show maro that Matt Conon won everywhere within 1693 and ld for 500 King Eagle Is proving himself a great breeder of One colored and high styled colts his colts all having plenty ot size his oldest rolls being tbree yeari old this Spring There was one of his two year olds out season that proved to be a great show Ally Klne Eagle will malt the present season ot IMS at my stable SX tulles west of Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the lowprlce of 210 to Insure a living colt jonnetIDillylIIIelot dam by the Imported Palermo Sd dam by Levi stubble Prince the slro of Joe Irtackburn and Ilrlgnolla hilly Keeno stands full 10 hands high black with white points aud us a breeder he Is unsurpassed a mule or jennet jack Billy hashed sever ill twoyouehl jocks to sell lately at 1500 and WllliilsostandtheRrcit Jack Jim Keene ho is by the great llllly Keene let dam by the Imported John Wells Jd dam by Needier Jim Keene Is proving himself a groat breeder there being two of Pile mule colts shown last year ono wearing the blue and the other the red in the same ring Jim Keene will servo mares at f 10 to Insure a living colt Mares traded parted with or bred else moneybecomolion For further particulars call on or address T IIAUKIS ItOBT WOODS bone TSRlng 3 Stanford Ky q PURE WOOL CARPETS When we say wool we dont mean Jute or cow hair We handle the reliable wellknown brands and otter thorn at 57c to 75c per yard OIL CLOTHS AND LINOLIUMS We are showing a variety of pretty patterns in oilcloths in ld Ul and 81 widths 81 lenoliums in hardwood patterns and black patterns 15 and 50c per square yard OUR SAMPLE LINE Represents a 25000 stock Wo cut Brussels velvets and moquetts without waste and sell them about 20 per cent i below retail price See us for lace curtains ISc to 050 poles 10 to 25c portierrcs 150 to S5 shades 10 to 05c JI 8z jl JOURNAL Cichthundrtduresutslneand BEECHER Administrators GEORGE Special Sale Of Womens LowCut Shoes April 6 7 and 8 To close out odds and ends left from last sea son we shall on the above dates put on sale 200 pairs of Womens Oxfords and Strap Sandals at prices below what they cost us Many at half price Some 3 Values at 15O The styles are desirable the qualities are standard Many of them you can not tell from this years styles This is an opportunity we otter to the women of Lincoln county to supply themselves with footwear for the season that is just beginning at much less than the usual cost CUriniNSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky L IA Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy Forever r Especially if it is a beautiful Bath Room Dont fail to see my sample bath room in window A complete outfit I have two complete outfits to select from different style tubs closets and lavatory See t My white enamel sink with back and hard wood drain board It is a beauty S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc during 1905 of W B McRoberts And Save Money 11 NOTICE I All persons having claims against the Ci tate ot W II Iladgett doeeosed present them to me properly verified before May M IBM Claims not presented within this time will not be allowed a II BAUFLBY M 0 L C 0 WANTED Turksyo Ducks Geese and Chickens Highest cash market price II B NORTHCOTT Stanford ICy E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford IDRUGGIST IR A JONES Office In Myers House Parlor Phone 91 For Sale 1000 Bushels of Olydesdalo Seed Oats Yielded lust summer 60 bushels to the acre Irlco 75c Choice Boono County Whlto Seed Corn SI per bus II I HAWKINS Stanford Icy K K No 3 A S PRICE Sturgeon Dentist Stanford Ky DENTISTI OffletOTsr Ovsleyw Wji7 TIRE JNTER1ORJOURAL Entered in tit PoslOjfloe al Staitford ctI ttcondClats tnuUcr- ptJfLIHIflCI TOKMDAYM AND VJUDWH i AT 100 PER YEAR CASH t37Whtm not paid 200 will bo charged o al 4 KNOXVILLE DIVISIONI No 74 Trtla Ding North MM10ilmN J 28II aia I N 2SII South lZl8tm 03II 12M p m Nice Home For Sale I r Having docldrd to return to Somerset I offer for sale privately mr homo on East a Main Street In The residence Is brand new bath roomsix room cottage and all conveniences The lot contains about 114 acres of load and the homo Is a most delightful one For further partlcu tars call on or me at Somerset J Deck or Wm fleck at Stanford lessJ H BOONE CO i Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STftBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Coal BeD CARTERSuccessorto Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STASFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connection HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I I desire to sell my hotel property and livery table In Ilustonvllle log can be used as hnjol or private residence and Is well arranged for two families Sta ble has SO stall and Is In Rood repair Plen 0 ty water at barn and hotel If house Is not sold by Jan will rent It and can glvv poe session on tttat date otseeslon of barn It rented ur sold separately on Nov 25 House and barn newly covered Ho tell In Graded School district For further particulars call on or address D S CARPENTER Huston vllle Ky iortVDEAL a 15 Whlskn Brando Wines Beer Clears Etc carpenter House close to Depot STANFORD KY Prompt tllentlon Nothing but thebit kAbdrink attenti- onGive Mali phone ci ttlezrapn oriers receive Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready wade clothing when there is so little difference in the price of high grade ready made suits and a suit made to sour measure taken by an ex perienced tailor r I Lave a handsome line of Spring goods I can make from a low price business suit to the finest drees suit Also Spring overcoats and trous ers The company I represent Is one of the best I also have a line goods makeupmyelffor those who prefer it the Tailor I R B Plaliony Insurance flaent Solicits a share of the patronage of tho property owners in couuties of Boyle Uncoln and Casey who may be sticking Insurance against fire Lightning and Tornado None but tho- atrontat and best OldLino Corn panics represented and the low est possible rates are guaranteed Phone b- 3Stanford Kentucky r Yatnas tataa5 I I VetearI r I Liniment I A universal embrocation for alfec Lions the ikin and JoIntst HORSES AND Valuable for sprains ofInose rlugbono p founder rorenmt of wlrd eIlIDII1IlInd B 1 I B N stillJoints I c fected throe times a day For cracked heels ringbone pull evil the directions arc to ap 1 dIlUJ1tile r LSTANFORD 1milli KYJ tt i I I For Rent or Lease A splendid largo dry goods storeroom and a large warehouse attached recently o by Levy Bros Stanford Ky Ap ply for particulars to J B O wsley or to The County National Dank J B OWSLEY Stanford ICy For Sale Privately My lions aud 10 acres of land situated Just outside of town limits on tho Somerset Pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser Vents room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for J P BAILEY NOTICE Youshould see us before you let out your house carriage and roof painting Paperhanging a We have samples of paper from three lending houses of the world- and can soil you wall cheaper than you can It Kf llmates furnished ou ape plication All work guaranteed Bctncx Co Somerset street Pruitt Brothers blatUoggeLaceOurtalns New llneof Carpet samples All kinds of household- Furniture PRUITT BROS Furniture Livery and Tndertaklog Deal ersMoreland Ky u r RESTORATIVE CORES NERVOUS DEBILITY Tile world almlres men wo are ttreca In L roful ono rhO for m nor amofln IDefJlaDd lonaImagoutm UK Cruet + ip rfcnl11Ioo1 hpaithyHerondYlormDa mate UorUI Itnn NerveCurerise Prttrtln Slcpltttnt and uthr trunWee duo to uverwurkmuklnpdrrg iithiti and athrpueeJUVw rlih healthy bluod anil rriKin vutal cerra KinkMr ipwil for wimn moorufr aaVir pnttMid with aguar ante not mml or nented PCrrZR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO U A At Pennys Drug Store J+ G+ McCJMY VETDIRTASHB EtOALMER And DulearIn HAB1TESS SADDLGYIto Stanford Ky Ja L Beazley It Co Undertakers and- Embalmers araOAUtnas 1x Bliirnitur MntUngRluge Thoy will Exchange Furniture for all kind of Stork Give thorn a call Prices right QTANFOED KENTUC- KYCommissioners Sale I Lincoln hcult Court Lincoln CountyNatlonal Dank of Stanford IC PlaintilT vs W T Stone and Alex Traylors ndmr Do fondantsPursuant to a judgment of tho Lin coin circuit court rendered inthoabovo styled action at tho February terra 1905 the undersigned sioner of said court will on MONDAY APUIL 10 1005 Between the hours of 1 and 2 p M In front of the courthouso door in Stun ford Ky soil at public outcry to tho highest anti best bidder all tho right title and interest of tho defendant W T Stone in and to the land hereinaf ter fitscribed or so much thereof as may hI npcessury to satisfy the jud1 morn herein Tho said defendant W T Stone owns about 72 acres of said land in tee simple and a life estate in about 30 acres of said land and 15 of W acres in remainder Said land is sllUrtted in Lincoln county Ky on the waters of Dlx River and is bounded on the North by tho lands of Tames Hohinsun1on tho East by tho Laban on the South by tho Joseph McClary farm and on tho West by the C D Powell farm Tho amount to be realized from this sale is 81 Ml 4U with interest thereon at the rate of pier cent per annum from Dec lIl00J until paid and tho costs of title action The salo will ho made on a credit of six months and tho purchaser will be required to give for the purchase money with cood security pavablo to plaintllT and boarJnj Interest from tho sale and having tho Jorco and effect of a judgment G B SAUILEY M C L C C f iiP LAND STOCK CROPS ETC D O Good bought ot C T Bohon pair of mules for 1300 Clean baled timothy hay for eate GaB Harris Crab Orchard Ky 3t FOR SALE 100 cattle calves to two ycarolda Mark Uardln Stanford Glen Lake Stock Farm of 426 acres fire miles from Versailles sold at 1113 n6 Jesse Walter bought of William S140 Elullman a fiveyearold bay Reldiojr forI John S Murphy sold to L P oolloy a pair of two year oid mutes for I1SO S G Klllottaud M L Sharp beultht the R Q Wilkinson farm for J4000 Casey News A thoroughbred black muly Polled Angus yearling bull for tale Bred by J S Owsloy Sr J J Thompso PreachersvlHo Dont fall to look at the picture acd read tho description andpedigreo of Dock Gray the beautlfulShetland pocy of E H Beazley Lutes fi Co told at Georgetown a carload of fancy cattle at 4J3 and bought at the Williams tale in tbe West End 53 sheep at 1450 Thomas McClintock r Sons of Mill eraburg have told 25 work mules 1121 to 1200 and 10 fancy saddle andI harness horses at from 1160 to 250 Read the advertisement of W Burtons tine stallions before youi breed Isla Electrician and Clay Innll arc a great pair and their breeding IiI all right Mr S W Given la here from Mid dlesboro to buy harness and saddle horses for livery purposes He aha wants a good pair of mules See him If you have anything to sell Read the description and pedlgrc of Wm Sprinkles George Hur Icd Jim Porter before you breed your mares Tho tlrst named is a splcndl coach horse and the other a fine jack A good crowd attended the sale of T L Williams etfccts In the West End Wednesday 60 ewes and 30 lambs lold at 10 for the ewes and lambs thrown In 1601toBOONE COUNTY purebred whit seed corn Introduced and grown her last year Two weeks earlier and yloldsI five to twenty bushels more than any known variety Fonala by F Reid at 81 per bus See sample at First Nat Bank 4t Russell tt Walter bought 75 200 pound hogs from Rufus and penry Yon Arsdall at 6c A B Doota sold W M Fields of Lincoln county a small u yearold jack for 8250 Isaac Scot bought the JOOacro farm of Henry Adams near the Lexington pike and ad joining hie home farm at 831 73 acfc from A C Stagg adjoining the ams tract at 102 Harrodsburg IIer1 aid TILE Central Ky Real Estate Ev change Title Co has for sale two tracts of land lying In the Southeri end of Lincoln county near Southcn railway Ono tract consists of 33 acres the other live acres The owner of this property lives at a distance and we an Instructed to sell It privately It must go The beet bid gets It For further particulars see or address LRHughea Stanford Ky Here snorted the Irato woman at ehe descended upon the editor Look at that What do you moan by saying hat when the guests at our silver wed Ing anniversary celebration presented us with that beautiful service wo were dully appreciate 1 Why why said the mortified edl tor I wrote that as plain as a type rrlter could make it duly apprecl tire And now do you know what I am going to do No Im going to tho proof roomY Yes And Im going to do to that proof eader what be failed to do ttf that mil wading word And what that Knock Lout of him And Mrs Snobberly went away calls ncd Champion Liniment ForRheu matlsm Chas Drake a unit carrier at Chapln vi1le Conn says Chamberlains Pain taint is tho champion of all liniments The past year I was troubled a great deal with rheumatism in my shoulder After rying several euros tha storekeeper here commended this remedy and it completely cured lie There is no use of any oqe Buffering from that painful ailment vhen this llnlmentcan bo obtained for a emailsum OIIH application gives tempt relief and its continued use for a short time will produce a permanent cure for sale by Lyno Ilros Crab Orchard HUSTONVILLE Wanted a small size the proof sec md band safe W R Williams Glen Mary Coal 12ic and cannel coal Oh Coal on hands at all times W- S Wlgham Moreland tf A very desirable 85acre farm with plendld improvements C5 acres virgin Boll Poesceblon given in 30 days For ulo by W R Williams Attornoy General Hadley of Mis purl has filed ouster suits against the Standard Oil Co i IA DANGEROUS HABIT Gladstonos Physician Give Warning Against a Growing American Custom The growing habit amongst America ot taking a mint tabloter some other called digestive after eating a heart meal is something that Sir Andre Clarke Mr Gla atone lhlolan advise absolutlyIto There is nothing known to the sclenci of medicine that can perform the wOlk of the human stomach Drugs do not and cannot digest the food They nimpl decompose it What can be more revolt ing or disgusting titan the thought of taking something into the stomach thn Is going to turn the good food you has eaten Into maw of corruption The on Jwtl1 to overcome indlgestloi and Its evil ellecta lit to remove all ir citation congestion and Inflammatloi from tho stomach liver and Intestine nod Mlona is the only agent known thll1 will do this When a MIo na taplet is takoi before each meal every ttoe of Irritation and Inllammatlon Is removed from the stomach and digestive system and three organs will extract trot the food all that goes to make gooJ rich blood firm mnscle stead nervos and a loud healthy body If you suffer with headaches Indigestion tlatuloncy spots before the eyes vertigo or dizziness palpitation of the heart sleeplessness or any stomach trouble ge a GOc box of Ml o na from Penny one of our most reliable drug ists whose fall In the remedy Is ijionh by lib veer to return the money if loB ons fo not give complete satisfaction OCKANSThe greatest depth In tho several oceans yet ascertained Is In tfe North PeelS 27047 feet Sout Paclfio 20323 North Atlantic 27103 South Atlantic 21035 Indlac Ocean 10010 The area of the oceans Ii roughly calculated as follows Pacific 71000000 square miles Atlantic 34 000000 Indian 23000000 Antarctic 8500000 Arctic 4500000 If is it a bilious attack take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tabltt nail I quick CUre is certain For sale by Lvn Uros Crab Orchard NEW LIVERY STABLE BtJSSS k CLAHS30H Frn JUNCTION CITY a KY rintOlm Turnouts at Reasonable hates Attention to Traveling Mao Grain and Hay Per Sale Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land a two torjr front 7 room cottage The house la new A plea did garden and orchard There It andtrmill on the good crusher dam Is In Rood repair and the natural iow or Is economy In running the mill Poe a splendid business Everything It In good repair Iae nil necessary out logs The owners ull11 reason for atl11lnK- It the rwh or other bUllpen as hI ha ex tentlvo farming Inbred to look after Thlt property lion the HanKlpg Park about mile from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain Fur further patUrular ad dress S Thurmond Iytle or It R IluKhr SKmfor4 Kj Commissioners Sale I t Ltnooln Clnmtt Court r Pauline lL Bremer PUlotlff vs Ac loW SlelMfrtrer Ac Defendant No tkoe 6t Sate- Pursuant to a of the Lincoln circuit court rendered in the hove styled action ut the February tonne 1905 the undersigned Master Commissioner of snit court ail on MONDAY APRIL 10 1W5 llJout 11 M at tlleeonrt house door In Stanford Ky hell outcry bidder otho and best the fol owing highest real estate situated In Lincoln county Ky beginning at a ivhlte oak corner of 75 acres A Mcorn and corner of Jarvis and In- line of Vance Smiths 20 acres thence with the division lino across the Smith Tact between Custlne S 611 H M poles to n stake in the outside lure and in ndrow Turnbulla line thence hlH line 10j W 8100 polos to a Htako in the- tfd Bridgewaters lInolSmith Turn Pulls course N 58 lino CO 1100 to n MM gum and chost mt pointers courso of stllmfwllh i aero and of lot No or 211 acres N 58 W 00 polos to a stake on a ridge with two whlto oak pointerS corner of lot No8 then with same 32 E 02 poles to n stako with pointers corner to lot No 4 or Justine tract then his lino S 501 B 591 mica to the beginning containing Iif tcros of land Is made to- atffv certain loins hold by PlaintllT Pauline M Bremor and by the defend tits Amelia M Koohlor and Emma iorshfoldf Pauline M llremer holds three notes uat h bearing datu SU5 the first noto being forSlOD duo wo years after date anti bearing In rarest from maturity the second note jolng due four after lato and Wiring Interest titter inaturl and the third note being for 875 duo ilx atlordato and bearinginter ist tribe maturity Amelia M Koch lor holds n noto for 680 with Interest from 31 1813 until paid and lmna Ilershfeldt has a lion on tho and aforesaid for the sum of J50 with interest from Aug 31 ISOj Tho sale rill ho made on u credit of six months ind the purchaser will bo required to lye bond mono Ith- upproed sccurltIlByn1l1eiHtholom upst from date of 8110 G B SAUFWIV M C L C Cv Galton 12910 1VUkesfSlrel by Olmbetta WllkH 9Iqt lit dam UaUv Field Rranddain of Alice 117 Alretta 1SS by KuOtld tire of sit In 710 pad darnt of In 155 or butter lad dura Quickstep by Kentucky Trlnce Jr lire of J q 3K t Lomonade Jltlf and the dams of li In the lilt 3rd dam by Old Joe sire of tho 111IDr J 117 Gallon carrier o tbo blood or tour leadlnr familiesWilkesIlambletontenIisinbrlnoChli sad g oUy iAmerican Star altoll f1 a dark bay 1111 brotJdllrulo with lino style and motion a sire of pepl Only three ot Onltons colt havobeeu handled lurBjwru n 1IAIn ed miles out In SZS and better Title H ovldeift that he will rot pl nly of peerI orkJthe right class of mares and a harotthal cant get action or rood hones I have rnently sold four of hU eolltree to flv vonr oil at an average of f ease Soli another roar3ear old for tlOOi the gut crippled Motor thervfpra lost thOMile Have OB that Iran at Coy llni for 1150 Mr Mlddlftou sad mv t have our at Danville we have rsrld race tar He will he IiandlfMt this ana fur 1ooc1JO O Carpenter baa yuur Rvldlnf by lialtoa aid has refHM tf6 tot Site He him at elfIOO Thus In Jut a fw ln lanei nf recent nm Oallon IIM Mad e all of hU seasons at my stable II iHalland torrvd the last UIfM season an average of rlMIthe season This t snottier of the beet recoiumcndatlon a ttallloii CAB have lie great show hoiw In hU vouDRdajri having defeated team of the ht In hnrnmt elan and labored under a great dlMtdvaelage 011 lira very btl cripple In otIt eleoulder at a two yerer old with the cripple ha can work n mile In tUK with but hells hnu4lldK JIll oolu have gone against aad defrattxl the bait one of hU e iu having won a 171 prom DIfMdydunoof mares he It piling of Ia are taucb better tbau hit lest tcaniai OaUoac sire OaabvlU Wilkes has produced our of 11tlt ti tt fonlll t Ili Ilse 11 III the Ito list Thlla share ekes any other bone ha bu lit la SM and- better Thus If more titan say other hone of hh age her la tier lM lilt ObetJoat and daughters hay over IM In tM tM lilt Thlt U proof that Ot a right for what I claim for him Gallon will Ud4 at lie to ItMore a lite edit muss traded off nfler breeding forfi Insurance llrax after tin Cult of April at it per month Will stand al rav llac a two iillvt West of Ila ionvlll on Ilrtilfofd IUe rrfk Ikoie In resident W DUUIl lloionvlll Ky L1 aEW 4 The last resting place of your departed ones 1 by 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 Monu ments Markers and Tablets of Marble and Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaperWM t ADAMS SON Lexington Ky First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was Originally etUMIihed as the DoiKHlt Bank of U tin then rrorcanlied at the National flask of sStanford In lire and Again reorganlied at the First National Ilaik of Blaaford In list having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 v ari It li bettor supplied now with fall for traataew tall pronpMy and well than ever before ID tu long bonorabl arer Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited J D Iaxton J B Owtley II Shanks W 0 Walker Gen W Garter j II Foster L 0 Oooch W ii CummIns W M U Hubble w II Shanks BueoMtort The Parmeri Hank tt Trust Company and under carne for 88 years Ve SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping inch business relatloni will prove mutually beneficial to Officers iI J S HOOKKH Pretl V ST HAMHK V Pre J J MeltOIlEUTS Ohr w WKAURSAMI ohn Directors t IV Reid lUuTtlle 4JKL TaBer McKlnney M D KUaore Stanford II ItaoglMiaB T I limit Jtl IloMnnoi 111 Haurhtnan J M Pcitut Stor4fO R TaU II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK ttlOOOOO f Directors to management Continuously Talk Officers II SHANKS President J n IutooiVice 1rwldentj W M DRIOnT 1IPf I Geo H Farris JJi jC About Stoves Any Kind t You Need Hes Got Em TRADE WITH i J McCORMACK PEACOCK HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY r t T y i1t