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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t st SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALi r VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 1 1905 3 Pf NO 10 t DANVILLE KY Spring c Summer Lines r Now Complete earseeoa It would U well wurth your while to come and see our stock now whether you are ready to buy or not Wo have n great many lines of goods not shown oUowhero hi tills wctlon and nil priced as low M posriblo for reliable ervtuuiiliM You can got from us exrlmiw styles sad material fur ronlly lew money titan you wi11Y for just the ordiimry kin Uj S= Tailored Suits- We exclusive Myles of suite made from aro showing great many very new light weight materials from S 15 to 8 10 mwtly one of n kind Nothing ordinary about any of the e except the prisesr Special 10 Suits Weltno just placed UII pechtl MIl to rliw about 35 odd suite allof ifwhich are etrklly multtailored ot W materials and all good safo styles nt Sln choice These have IKTU wiling at 820 to 880 Wo tout not proiiiUe how beg this lot will he here MI we urge hue if interested Silk Suits Silk Shirt Wakt Suit made ill cert beet manner and cxeludvt styles from r 810 to 880 ellk tailorecluit + from 820 tll 840 The finer idndi of those uiUare one of kind an1 in buying these yu will get just as distinctive individuality it you paid Onme high prier tailor three tiniaa na much to make you one I Separate SkirtsJ sale about 50 entirely new wnlklng skirts l We have just placed on jwctnl made from high pnoe alt wool null mohair materials and In the moat approv ed styles at 6S for choke Not oae In the lot hut what Is worth 87 must lie won tv be appreciated Accordeon Skirts We liavo n great many entirely now idea in nocordoon eklrts na 111ns I the regular French mvordeou ranging in price according to stylo nod mute rial from 86 to 82O Thee have made a great hit und as euro as you 40 them you will like them Piece Silks i Moro that 900 pieces of new Milk to select from HrerjrtMug ill plain colored dike from We yard and upwiinU fancy silks from 50e to 8160 suit able for mIMI fcuiu etc Some of our upecialtiee are Hajah liflksuCIU ton Howl Suiting and KoKooir lining Taffeta He snro to wo there when in our store next ti- meMuslin Shirt Waists Our new line of these has just been receivedand we believe they ore tho best poeiible Whey begin nt BUc for a neat tyle with all tucked front other style up to 83 land nil equally as good fur tIll price 1 French Organdies Wo holiovo tlmt thuro would bo nn immense demand for those dainty fill rice this geatoii as tho styles now in vogue are imperially adnptwl to Organ dies Wo laid in a grout lot and they arc selling fast Wo have over 30 beautiful designs at 2ro and a largo lino at 40c Printed silk OrgandiaJ in a largo range of pattorns at SOcnnd lOc Domestic real Organdie nt 12Jc Ladies FurnishingsNe- w things in Neckwear constantly coming in at all prices from lOc up An unusually largo selection of new styles in Leather and Silk Girdles and Belts Corsets to fit nil shapes and sizes Many special values in Summer knit vents and pnnts from lOc to 83 Ladies Muslin Underwear better and cheaper than you ever snw it anywhereaI bCUal 111 DANVILLE KY ti NEWS NOTES A cat saved a LouUvlllo family from death In Names Hugh Todd a prominent merchant of Irvine Is deadITho tale of revolvers hat been pro hibited In Poland Ii la reported that Russia will Uauo another Internal loan 1100000000 James Hussell who killed hie wife at Latonla and escaped has ourrendercd A Plttiburjf lad who wanted to lee a real wreck derailed the Cleveland Fly erA IIowclli Neb milD shot bis wife a the eat In church sod committed eul ode Dr George F Leech one of the beet known pbyilolun of Cleveland 0 le dead Mrs Nancy C Chandler cf Maya vlllc choked to death while eating dinnerA bank at Bogota Columbia has been startid with a capital of 3000 000 sold A two year old daughter of Llndeay OOannon was killed by a train near Vertaltlci At Malono N Y a mia killed an objectionable brother In law and com mitted suicide An Iowa farmer suspected of mur der slew his two little daughter and committed suicide Aaron Lockett and Charles Roach of Henderson were Injured at a street car crossing there All grades of refined sugar have been advanced 10 cents per 100 pound mak log granulated 0 lcCitizens of Southern Oklahoma are arranging a rousing wolf bunt for President Roosevelt Wesley Blovlns of Menlfee county was tired upon from ambush In Breath Itt county and will die Wblle delirious from blood poison lobe Sohmlttner of Newport oat his throat from ear to ear George U Warner who killed Pulse kl Leeds In Louisville bas ben sen teased to hang May 19 J W Cudgel editor of the Ml ICden News In Shelby county has suspended publication of his paper A Police Commissioner at Lodz RUE sian Poland was seriously Injured by a bomb thrown at him in the street Charles E McUlnger a publisher ofI Philadelphia was found dead in his of floe with a bullet wound In his breast Soft coat operators of Central Penn sylvania have conceded the demands of their miners and the threatened strike of 60000 men Is averted Wrecked bv defalcations of 100000 by trusted employee the Clttsens Savings Dank of Loralne 0 was compelled to close Its doors The State Capitol Commission ap proved the abstract pf title of the Runt site property and will take over the property at once for the State Preliminary steps were taken by Louisville merchants practically as suring a large Auditorium for Louts ville About 1125000 will bo tub scribed Col E Polk Johnson special agent of the Treaturv Department formerly of Louisville but for some unite eta tioned at Seattle Wash has been transferred to Cincinnati Mrs P Baker of Kansas City Mo has tiled a claim to onefourth of the estate of the late Thomas Lyons of Lexington Ky who died leaving prop arty worth nearly 250000 The will of Mrs Stanford was admitted to probate In San Jose CalfIt leaves J4000000 to relatives 126000 to several charitable Institutions and the residue of her fortune to Leland Stanford Jr University Dr John Bale ot Roaovtllc Ran cock county and Wm Givens a miner were burned to death In a lire which destroyed the lockup Halo end Glv ens had been arrested on the charge of drunkenness It It supposed they were smoking In the lockup and thus set It on fire Eleven hundred Ice and coal wagon drivers are on strike at Si Louie 600 bricklayers are out at Cleveland 400 Ironworkers struck at Cincinnati 350 brewery coopers quit work at Milwau ken 200 carpenters threw down their tools at Portsmouth 0 and all the plumbers at Birmingham Ala struck and because of difference over wagesJohn A Leo a celebrated criminal lawyer of Lynchburg Va arrived here today to look over the scone of the Cockrlll killing preparatory to taking part In the defense of tho llarllees and Callahan Mr Loo was employed by tho friends of Judge Qargls who live In Virginia and aro doslrlous of aiding In securing his acquittal Jackeon special Rheumatic Pains Quickly Re lieved The excruciating pains characteris tic of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly relieved by applying Chum borlnlns Pain Balm Tho groat pain rollovlng power of tho liniment has boon the surprise and delight of thous ands of sufferers Tho quick rollof from pain whldh It affords is alono worth ninny times Its cost For by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard I LANCASTER Bishop Burton of Lexington who has a wide reputation as an eloquent speaker and a man of great Intelli gence will bold services at the Metho dist church Wednesday evening at i30 oclock He will be assisted by Rev Q E Spears of Danville Eugene Berkelo sold a saddle mare to 0 R Montgomery for 1140 Dennis Scott sold to Timothy Ford a tow and pigs for 925 John Royston bought of James Royston a pair of mules for 8300 Andrew Simpson bought a horse for IUO Logan Bros Bagln of Lexlol ton bought 300 bushels of hemp seed from Becker Glass Henry Arnold bought a threeyearold horse for 8100 Mrs E F Scott sold a bunch of shoats to Henry Montgomery at 4ic News received Sunday afternoon from Dallas Tex of the sudden death of Mrs Mollle White Young from apo plexy was a shook to Lancaster rleuds and relatives Mrs Young formerly lived In Lancaster but a few years ago went to Dallas to be with her daughter Mrs Claire Whither and son 0 W Young who survive her Our people extend deepest sympathy to the aged parents and other relatives The re mains will be Interred In Dallas Mr Annie Loyd Herring died at her home on Richmond Street Sunday eve ning at 0 oclock She had been In falling health for quite a while and the death of her husband a few months ago was a shock from which she never fnlly recovered Besides a sister Mrs Su san Fisher three daughters Mesdames J Respcss C W Anderson and Jesse Walden of Danville and a eon Fisher Herring survive her The funeral was held at the family residence at 10 o clock Tuesday morning conducted by Rev C S Ellis assisted by Eld F M Tinder Interment in Lancaster cem etery Much sympathy Is felt for this bereaved family Mr J M Logan Is at home for a low days this week Mist Weekley of Ow eneboro Is with Mrs E C Gaines for a few weeks Mrs Marv Frslblo and daughter Gladys are visiting Mrs E Hughs In Louisville Miss RITraylor of Stanford has beeu guest of Miss Simpson Dr and G C Farris are at home from a MrsI ern trip Miss Maymo Ballard Is guest of Miss Margaret Tomllnson Mr James I Hamilton continues quite ill Robert P Kennedy was Mrs Banks Hudsons guest Sunday Mrs Powell Duncan of Nlcholasvlllo Is visiting her daughter Sirs Samuel Haeelden Slice Susie Wlngato has returned to Danville after a visit to Miss Virginia Goodloc Little Joe Harris West Is reported greatly Improved HUSTONVILLE Wanted a small size fire proof sec ond band safe W R Williams Mr and MrsCharles Clements of Lebanon are visiting friends here A M Hall of Lexington was the the guest of Miss Katherine Hall Sun dayMrs Judge M ere announces her or onlog of spring millinery on April 0 and Glen Mary Coal 12fe and cannel coal 10o Coal on hands at all times W S Wlgham Moreland tt A largo crowd Is expected at the horse show here Saturday next The exhibit will begin at 1 oclock A very desirable S5 acre farm with splendid Improvements 56 acres virgin soil Possession given In 30 days For sale by W R Wllllamn A well known farmer of the West End bought a threeyearold Galton colt In Boyle county at ouch a fancy price that he was ashamed to tell it A good crowd attended the sale Saturday of the effects of Mrs Nance de ceased and the prices realized were satisfactory to Dr Alcorn the admin istrator D C Allen shipped another car of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday for which bo paid 3i to 4c This makes i2 cars of hogs he has bought and shipped since Jan 1st Miss Katherine Hall spent a few days with Miss Nora Rlffo at McKln hey Mrs Len Shannon of St Louis Is visiting friends andjirelatlvca hero and Junction City A largo crowd attended the sale of personally Wednesday at the home ol the late R L Williams andhlgh prlc es were realized on live stock A 15 yearold harness mare brought 170 The first ball gatneiof the season will be played hero Saturday afternoon at the fair grounds The dummies of Danvlllo and the local team will cross bats and conic fast playing Is expected For the benefit of those who have not sold their wool I am authorized to say that D C Alton announces bo wilt pay more for wool than any buyer In the county Ho has imperative orders to- tlpy dot vool and Davo will obey or den If It takes the hairotTthe sheep See him qnlck Keep your bowels regular by tho use of Chamberlains Stomach ami Liver Tablets Thorn Is nothing better For solo by Lyno Bros OrabOrehard Spring Opening Of The New Store New 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 0111 goods before buying elsewhere SAM ROBINSONN- ext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Tiger Disc Harrows Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Cultivators Walking Tiger Cultivators Ridings etams W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY LaPorte Vehicles Honest Work Attractive Styles Over 800 of these pleasure vehicles have been sold in Lincoln county which is uc itself evidence of their merits The follow lug list of representative citizens who arc using Lalorto Vehicles is mode up from memory there are many others to n11of whom wo refer as to evidence of the worth of this work Preston Deck lion J S Owtley Sr Jos F McClary Cammins Hon M C Set 8ey J B Paxton non n C Warren Rowan Saufley John Deck J R Deailey Livery- J H Boone Co Livery- I M Bruce Livery- L R ilaghe W P Grime I S locker hank Prasdt LynnDr QBannon Andrew Gooch Cicero Reynolds J F 1I0ldarn M S Baughman Ju II Baughman BaughmanHenry T D Newland M T P Hill J W Brooke Jack Beailey Underwood Lumber Underwood Crit Eubanks Robert Sims J K VanArsd le John Dlngiman lames Hays Thos Daile Dudderar Porter Robinson Sidney Dunbar E P Higgins J X S J E T E C C V C J C P R A C C H J Full carload these popular vehicles re cently received T Pence Agents Lincoln County Till BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth Seasonable Goods the Bargain Sale of Sweeter Pembrook Co is an opportunity Wo nil who can to come as earlyas possible to this tho greatest sale we over offered Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies taller made S15 and 820 are on sale at to 750 ditto Jackets 85 to 810 now on sale at to 84 Ladies and 150 up to 85 are on sale Ilt J8e to S2 18 Ladies 19c up styles of petticoats 59c up Ladies dress and coarse at ISo and up Wbods Robert Woos James Woods tv H Menefee Sam W Menefee Embry Sr Pence Walton Gentry W Shanks W W Withers Hays James Lynn JudgeJ Dailey- V Denham Carman Vsaoy Darst of by E Co for of From Great of New York This which seldom occurs advise attend have suits worth S450 Ladies updo 8250 Misses Skirts worth now corsots from Latest from Slices Mens and Childrens Furnish- Ings Great lino of Shoes for children from ISo up Mens Dross and working Shoes from USe up Mens Cloth ing from 83 a suit up forts nice Overcoats from 8250 up Mens Sunday Pants from 75c up Chil drens nice thrcopieco suits front 75o upHodrens and Ladies Stockings f rom up So GoldsteinPropSTANFORD o r THE INTERIOR JGURNA E C WALTON THOSE newspapers which want to make a special show of vlrtuu and at the same time get In their work on Judge Harris by demanding that the State Central Committee or Its chair man Judge McQaown tiro him from the body ought to read up a little on party law There are only two way I to get Judge Bar out before the next meeting of a State convention One for him to resign voluntarily the other for hie district the 10th to demand that he do eo Even in tbe latter event there could only be a dc wand he could not be forced to resign Judge Hargls hat done a great deal for the democratic party for which he ex presses the greatest love and while ws believe he ebould resign his place as State central commltteeman and thereby give the strongest evidence of love It may be that ho hesitates to do so be cause of an entire confidence In hlsowi Innocence and his ability to prove It and does not wish to retire under tire We are no apologist for Judge Hareli i and as a matter of fact the appearances seem to be decidedly against him but we are willing to Rive even the devil his due and await the verdict of an un blazed jury before putting the eternal stamp of condemnation upon him Thus week will likely tell the tale and If It be igalnst Judge Bar le and be It proven guilty as charged In the Indict went by In controvert able testimony we trust his punishment will be even greater than Is usually accorded to those convicted of similar Crimea be cause of his high standing officially and politically and that he will be re pudlated by the democratic party and all honest men But let us walt a time with patience before utterly condemn leg him Gov BECKUAM has bad to appoint more special judges and judges to fill vacancies than any governor In the history of the State and he baa gener ally done co with great discrimination and good judgment Nearly every man he has appointed to a vacancy has after wards had his commission verified by the party and finally by the people The last to be so honored la Judge R L Stout of Woodford appointed to fill the vacancy which occurred by the promotion of Judge Cantrlll to the court of appeals After his appoint ment Judge Stout who Is winning laurels upon tbe bench announced his candidacy for tbe rest of the term and he was on Saturday last declared the nominee of hIs party for the otllce Judge Ira Julian of Frankfort went up against him for a season but he rec F ognlzed the Inevitable and withdrew In a manly card Judge Stout is to try Caleb Powers next month and If justice la what the prisoner wants those who know the judge say it will be dealt to him with even and exact detail AT Des Moines la a woman 03 years of age has just given birth to her seventh set of twins The father la 78 and they have 17 children in all Not many Instances of a repetition of child birth when old and well etricken in age have occurred since tbe days that Abraham and Sarah rejoiced over the birth of Isaac and few women under the Bun hav ever done what the Iowa woman has done She has certainly obeyed the injunction to multiply and replen ish the earth and made herself solid with Theodore the First who should remember her substantially for setting an example against race suicide worthy of emulation but which few women will care to emulate MRS CBADWICK will occupy a cell with a woman pickpocket and her task will be four hickory shirts a day for the male prisoners to be sewed by hand She will be stripped of her fin cry and after being measured by the Bertllllon system will don the prison garb of blue calico and be photograph ed for the rogues gallery The way of the transgressor la hard but Mrs ChadwIck gets off lightly considering her frenzied financing killed one old man and made paupers of many others WE do not know whether Mrs Wat terson Is with him or not but If she isnt she doubtless wrote the great edt tor to come home Immediately when she read In his letters from Spain with reference to the Spanish dancing girl They melt and die away In the Ian gour of the music A whirl a shimmer of white and a flash of scarlet and they are gone TUE talk of a new democratic dally in Lexington Is perhaps all moonshine or ita equivalent but all the same we know of community where a demo crane dally la more badly needed than in the capital of the Bluegrass To all Intents and purposes the two dalllea there are republican differing only in degree and connected by an umbilical cord BUFFALO BILL has for a Ion time been regarQed by those who admire the spectacular III a hero but Mrs Buffalo Bill has knocked the wind out of hIs sails The divorce proceedings brought by him and won by her shows that the Bill IB a very bad counterfeit 1 rumor of the Czara attempted ITilE must have been a rather pro vloua April tool With all tbe meant at hand a failure to commit felo do ee by the misguided potentate would mean a huge bluff If he wants to dIeI and Is In earnest about it he wont have to kill himself All ho will have to di Is to take a ride on the streets one of these fine mornings and the aisassli will do the rest WE heartily congratulate Editor Henry Thomas of the Casey County News on his successful race for schoo superintendent That ho will make an- A official none who know him wel will gainsay TilE Congregational church after de daring that it would never accep Rockefellers 3100000 accepted It tried to make a show of virtue but the temptation was too great HERE AND THERE Jesse Ratcllffe was killed by a pat tengor train near his home at Kut tawaTwenty miners were killed and IS wounded in a gas explosion near Car bondale III Oxford won the 62nd annual boat race between tbe universities of Oxford and Cambridge Mrs Charles Hemmer of Portland Ore deserted by her husband deliberately burned herself to death In a street car collision In Louisville Sitter Mary Anthony was killed and three other women were Injured- G M Hendrle the noted turfman sustained a fracture of the arm in at automobile accident at Nashville Col Frank B Harper the veteran turfman la at death door at Nanturi farm his home in Woodford county It la estimated that 455000 Infants died In the Uulted states during the past year from the effects of food poll oneIncreased duties on imports Into Japan are expected to add about iwc million dollars a year to the treasury for war expenses Fire at Grand Rapids Mich de stroyed property worth 125003 and threw the accupants of the big Gilbert block Into a panic The wouldbe assassin of the Police Commissioner of Dodz Poland whc was cut down by the police after he had thrown a bomb la dead Dr Washington Gladden who has sc vigorously opposed the acceptance of a gift of 8100000 from John DRockfellei for missionary purposes preached sermon In which be declared that the great problem of today lathe Christian izatlon of Industry and traffic He de clared that the State is a divine Insti tutlon and that all Its various officials are as much ministers and much bound by the rule of Christian conduct as he The Democratic paper which It li said may be established at Lexington by the Hargls brothera and Callahan offers brilliant opportunities Deacon Callaban as religious editor would doubtless win spurs while Judge Bar could do the courts being especially fitted for thatwork by his long expert ence in Brcathltt Farmer Hargla as editor of the agricultural depart ment and Senator Alexander Bar ls a financial editor would go far toward making a strong editorial staff B Fulton French might be retained as head of the alibi department Louli vllle Times POLITICAL Owing to ear trouble Secretary Morton was unable toaccompany President Roosevelt on his Southern trip The House Rivers and Harbors Com mittee which went to Porto Rico has arrived at New Orleans on the return to Washington In the McCracken county democratic primary Joseph Miller and John D Smith tied for tbe nomination for clr suit clerk each getting 824 votes Theodore P Shonta president of the Toledo St Loula and Western railroad bas been selected by President Roose pelt to head the new Isthmian Canal CommissionIra of Frankfort withdrew from the race for Judge of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit leaving tbo field clear to Judge Robert L Stout if Woodford county who la the incum bentTbe Democratic campaign managers In Chicago are clalmlnganywhere from J5000 to 75000 majority for Judge Dunne over John Maynard Harlan In toduya election Tbe Republicans claim Harlans election by 20000 W1 Bryan spoke at the Jefferson dinner of Iowa Democrats at Des Moines Saturday night His subject was Back to the People which phrase he declared expressed the present tendency In politics The Democratic position has been vie dlcated bo said by thopresent attitude of the country and the party Is now more united and stronger than It has been since 1S92 For a Weak Digestion No medicine can replaco food but Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will help you to digest your food It Is not tho quantity of food taken that gives Strength and vigor to tho system but tho amount dusted and assimilated4 If troubled with n weak digestion dont fail to give those Tablets a trial Thousundshavo been boncfitted by their use They only cost a quarter For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard IrlitY 7 CHURCH MATTERS While reading his text for hit sermon In tho Stamping Ground Cbrlttlai church Rev J T Cochrano dropped dead In the pulpit Bro Burk will preach at Moreland Methodist church Sunday April Oth at 11 A1 The evening service will bi conducted by the ladles of the church Father John Knue Is circulating a subscription paper for the purpose 01 raying funds toward the erection of new Catholic church Ii this clty Danvllle News The congregation of the Baptist church has lust received a band some Individual Communion set and It was used at the morning service yostcrda for the first time Advocate Bishop Burton of the Eplicopa church will preach at the PresbyterIan church Tuesday evening April 4tb at 730 Rev Spears of the Danvllli church will assist in the services Miss Sallie Alexacder a returned missionary from Japan will lecture al the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Walnut Flat April 6 at 8 oclock P M The public Is cordially Invited Plant for the new Baptist church lc Lexington which promise one of the handsomest edifices In the city were adopted and the work of clearing the historic Swift building from the site will be commenced Tuesday A protracted meeting will begin here on April 26 held jointly by tbe con gre SouthernPresbyterian of Rev AddIson Smith Of Pattonsvllle Mo baVe been secured for tbe oc casion Richmond Register The pastor R R Noel of Stanford will preach a series of six sermons at Brodbead Baptist church beginning Thursday night April 6th and be ear neatly requests every member of the church to be present He has a wet sage for youMt Vernon Signal The ladles of the Fourth Street Cbriatlan church Corlngton tendered Rev Joseph W Hagln and wife areceptlon at the church last night A large number of members and visiting preachers greeted the new pastor and refreshments were terved Among the preachers present were Rev Mc Neal the former pastor Revs Benjt mln Smith A McLean and F M Rain of the Foreign Missionary So ciety Revs McQueen and Miller The church was beautifully decorated Fridays Cincinnati Po- stCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Chvuit Court George T Wood Ac Plaintiffs vs John 0 Lynn Stc Defendants No Lice of Sale- Pursuant ton judgment of the Lin coin circuit court rendered In the above styled action at the February tonn 1005 the undersigned Master Commissioner of said court will on MONDAY APRIL 10 1MJ5 Between tho hours of 1 and 21 M In front of the courthouse door In Stun ford I sell at public outcry to the highest and test bidder the estate situated in Lincoln county Ky here inafter described The sale made for purposes of division Said real estate consists of two tracts of land bounded as follows First tract be pinning at a stone in Daughertysline thence with the road S 78 E 34 poles links to a stake on the North bank of the branch thence N 6S t K 40 poles 214 links to a stttKe in tho road thence N OS t K 30 poles 15 links to a stake in tho road pearly opposite tho front gate S 20 links to a stake in an oak stump thence S Jt K 3i poles 10 links to a stone cor 2UnpolesIin tho road and corner to Findley Campbell thence N i E 82 poles 13 links to a stake in the center of the road thence N 24J W 7 0 links corner to Tunis C Hill thence N 70 W 14 poles links to U stone in Martin line thence S 20 W 7 poles 15 links to a stone corner to Martin thence N 831 W 105 poles 18 links to u stone corner to Stephenson thence S 01 W 78 poles 5 links to a stone corner to same and Dawes thence S 131 W 103 poles 15 links to the beginning containing 103 acres threw roods and 12 poles of land2d Tract Beginning at a stake in the county road and comes to first tract thence S 131 W 60 poles 10 links to a stone near a hickory sugar tree and hickory bush marked as poin tees on the knob thence 83t K 18 poles to a stone thence SOW 10 poles 10 links thence N 45t F3 poles 12 links to a stone near a chestnut stump thence S 33 E 13 poles to n stone thence S Oii E 26 polos to a stone thence S 57 E 10 poles 15 links to the center of the road down Squirrel Spring Hollow then o with samo N- iI E 4 poles thence N 31 E 4 poles thence X OH E 8 poles thence N 40i E 13 poles 0 links thence N COE22 polos 15 thence N iOi E 18 poles 15 links to a gum stump on the South side f the road thence N 80 E 20 poles 15 links to a hickory at tho foot of tho illl and corner to Wash Owsley hence N 50 E 15 poles 17 links to a stone corner to same thence N 211 E 7I poles 5 links to a stone cornea to sumo thence N OJi E 14 poles 22 links to a Mack oak thence S 72 E 18 0105 17 links to a stake and gum pointer on the bank of Little Mud Lick thonco S 33 E 37 poles 14 links to a stone curter to the llrst tract thence with his ice N iI W 38 poles 10 links to aI take in a stump thenco N 51 W 40I loles 20 links to a stake in the road early opposite the front gate thence S Wt w 40 0108 21 links thenCTJ XI iBI W 31 poles Slinks totlio beginning contain In 00 arras of land being the lame land conveyed to Goo T Wood ts trustee for his mother Mrs Sarah J Wood which conveyances are reo orded In the office of the clerk of tho Lincoln county court in Deed Book 25 ago and Deed hook 21 page 354 The sale will bo made on a credit ofI purhaooperiodsfbe required to give bond for purchase nonoy with good security to the Commissioner and bearing Interest from data of sale I J G B SAUFLEY M c L cc I 1 rfa fI I CRITERION tlr JI I er liI II Inl d b T F GROSS IniirlirrMrlll til WflltilUWM I Irntor of hna s unl linro dIr Hnti fnrtltill 111111111 FOR SALE McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS loITer for sale my mill and rcildenre InI McKinney Ky Mill baa flour capacity oI 50 barrels and meal 100 bushel per Mill U well c inlpp l with modern machln err In repair II tutorage capacity ot 5000 bushel of wheat alto large corn bins and cribs Wagon calM operated true ottlcc coal bins and lee house All under roof Never falllnc water In mill lot Mill It within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern It K trick and hat private tiding The loca tion It good for the following reason Me Klnney It nearest market to mAny of the largest wheat and corn grower In Lincoln county large territory furnUhlng custom grinding The feed and conl buMnets In connection with mill pays veil No trouble to market all products from mill HM deuce If a two tory MX room triune with cistern on back porch Milk loue at bark door cemented all comparatively new Large barn buggy house In mill lot On account of my falling eyesight soil health generally my phytlilnn have advlted me to quit the milling buttlnc For further particular call on or itddrc Ir FAw Al xirn Huttonvllle Ky or W II McKlnney KyJ McKINNRV KrKlnney Ky THE Trial 3i Trotting Dark bay italllon 153S handy foaled Anlt IDOl bred Village Farm Fut Aurora New York Sired by Dare Devil J4SSS record 309 lire or The Ileau Ideal 154 Son of Mambrino King 1279 lire of Lord Derby Nightingale Metallas Tbe Quettor Lord March Lady of the Manor llrlrat Law King Charles Mocking Ho y Merceet all with records under 2O8 Pint dam Naughty Olrl by Rex Amerl cus 33200 2nd br Mambrino King 120 3rd dam Dotlet by Nutwood l9t Ith dam by Strathmore 6th dam Millard by Albion 6th dam Ned Edwin Forest 7th dam Lady Turner by Maiabrl Chief The Warfleld was worked only 00 day last season and showed a 2e clip over a bad half ratio track lie It sound good headed good gaited good wind good feet and legs and kind and easy to handle In ant out of harness one that will stay and trot all day lie will make the prcsout season at Sam Owens near McKinney at 113 to Insure a living colt Mare traded off or bred to another horse forfeits Insurance and makot season money duo Lien retained on coils until tnutoh is said KNULEMAN t OWENS Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Stolla Ii Johnson 1luIutllT vs Myrtle Johnson e Defendant No tice of Sal- olursuantto a judgment of tho Lie coin circuit court lathe ubovo styled action nt the February term 1005 tho undersigned Master Commis sioner of said court will on MONDAY AlUIL 10 100S About II M nt thocourthousodoor in Stanford K sell tho following described real estate situated In Lincoln county Ky near Klngsvllle He glnnU1r at II stone on the hast slilo of the pike and running with tho center of county road N 78 K jilt poles to a stone and three sour woods thence K 181 K 03 poles to a stone in tho old line thonco a now line W 132 poles to a stono in the last sido of tho pike thonco with tho sumo N 551 poles totho beginning 30 acres of land more or containinG ject of this sale Is to convert tho interests of tho infant aefondants Jnto money for their educa Lion and maintenance The land will bo sold to tho dower interests of Stolla H Johnson Tho salo will bo mado on a of 6 months the purchaser will berequiredtoglvcbond with security to Comm sslonel and bearing Interest at 6 per cent from dote of a B SAUFLEY M C L C C + P 1+ + FIP4 F F ht Hi Ii 1t On a inanscoat hns a manning It menus value fit and beauty Our stock comnrisos almost ov cry conceivable fabric and style nebular four button sacks in Browns Black mold Fancy faomI750 to 17oO Slims made for tall mon two inches longer than tllo regular coat X10 1250 and 15 Extra sixes from 12 to 50 in size at 10 1250 and 15 Our stock of Black goods is fine indeed 10 to 1750 single anti double breasted Is there Idly reason why we should 1 not suit you Lot us try 1 IH MROBERTS STANFORD I 1 WARFIELD Commissioners Cant I BeToshed for painting houses 1 Tho reasons plnlnTT Mastic is the ptintjt thmforo the most durable ned econom ical There ts n whole string of other follows claim IngI just as good na Masllc1 but they tlonl provi It Maybe they cant Tho analysis of Mastic Is pub halted Its mndo of pure loud zinc anti linseed oilUse most durable kind of 1autnull1t purity id therefore unquestioned Aa purity menus durability tho splendid wear ing qualities of Mastic have given it the title of 27 j Meal That iMttt and this Utlu IH backed up by our absolute guarantee Mastic is mado by PEASLEE GAULBERT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY and wo heartily recommend to your trade FOR SALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford 5 Ky Millinery Opening 1 IAt The Charles Wheeler Emporium APRIL 6TH AND 7TH With n display of 100 patterns front the fine Iari inn creation to tho everyday walking hat A cordial invitation is extended to our patrons of Lincoln Boyle and Casey counties J G Weatherford Co DEALERS IN DRY GOODS flats Show D 1JFURNITURE AND CARPETS Matting Mattresses Trunkn Fideboarda Ac All at price that willtjileaso the closest buyers We Are Showing prori Thep Best iniimilucturcrs in the country a lino and well selectedtline of Ladies High Shoes und Oxfords Every lady in Crab Orchard and vicinity is invited to call and ace our r stock and bo convinced that you do not have to leavo the East End to dress the feet in an uptodate style W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky r i y f TCovert Jackets Iwl jy arc nil the rage You should hove a light wrap 1d We ollor some very pretty ones for 5 to 8oO SILK WRAPS I1ttthem mother supply of SoisctU Tnflctn Silks Panama i Cloths Mohairs BTANFOUD Ky APR 4 100 JUSTICB to yourself and to your phy ilolan demands tbo best materials nod motit careful lerrlce In preparing his pleecrlptlon That II tbo way pre ttrlptlooi are Oiled si Penny Drug Store PERSONALS i Mns A P BItM ITT It quite lick a Miss FANNIE YOUNG hi goon to Loultvlllo GESTUV U at FVauklort dolnc duty UANNAII MEIER bin returned from LouUtlllo- MR SAM M Ownsa hM been lIck for several days j Mns JAMBS B Good hat had a Ie sere attack ol grip DAN TUAYLOII II at French Lick Spring recuperating Mu 1 n CARPENTER of Naihvllle U here with bee brothers MR SAM C HARBIN of London wai with his brother Mark nardln Miss LRNA YowEUof nuttonvllle It vltltlng frlendt morning l for the far WelL with a view to boat ing MRS Jnsitt W SWEE RY of Lan cuter was hero Sunday to meet her husband BALLAUD J 1101 Co ington r with the family of Mr DMRS J F KOHINSON of were guettt Sunday of Mr and Mr J B Paxton SCIT OrtonuBO UALLof the Cumberland +tt Telephone Co was hero with Manager U O Wrav Saturday REV B C HORToN went to Cincin t nati Thursday for medical conciliation Mlllcriburg cor Parl Kentueklan r and wlfo and Annabel Fox of Danville were guest of the family of Mr J N Menefee Nits FKRD MLrUtc and daughter Marguerite and MU Grace McClure of Crab Orchard were here Saturday with Mrs McClure mother MM T J Goode WILL ANn MACK WALLACE of Now Albany and John Wallace of Spring field are at the bedtlde of their father Mr J W Wallace whose condition it alarming LOCALS Ics CREAM coda water at Joan ret TllKladletof the East Bod tboutd read WE Parkin1 ad b CUT Iau and tolld sliver spoon In t a very telcctcd variety at Mueller TUB tltcal court met this morning V Iand reduced the county levy from 42c to 40 a reduction of lOo the latt elgbtyeare h BUD DARIUS for cutting Alex Goodc alto colored with a hatchet warn held over to circuit court In tlOO which ho toglre CARPETS rug druggott matting linoleum and wall paper Prices to meet competition Come to leo UI 09 fore buying Trlbble t Pence PLANTS 5000 transplanted tomato plant at ICo per flown cabbngo plant J 30c per 100 second crop iced Irish pota toell1llor bUlbel John Chrlltman THE Spring teoms to have como the- dower aro In bloom the birds ting out their lay but the wise will do well to remember that there still awaits ue dogwood winter blaokberrv winter and tevcralother kind of winter that will f make the now Irksome flannel shirt feel mighty good to bo next to- 1 THE opening of Spring and Summer I dry goods notion and novelties at John P Jones yesterday and today has attracted tho attention of ladles from oil sections of the county The toro It beautifully decorated the styl lab goods Bro tastily displayed and tho army of ealetladlct are untiring In their efforts to mako all cnllcra glad thoy camo TilE crowd nt Liberty court yester day was hardly up to tho average and business generally wee dull Tho docket forth term IB the lightest In years and the lawyers look bluo over the prospects of getting rich during the April term Tbo only murder case Is that of Elliott for killing fl W Hatter and It will likely bo tried There Is In Liberty Mr C F Montgomery wlfoand Mr W D Stagg being among the number The latter le suffering severely from eryilpelat tr PCIII homemado maplo syrup GeolU Farris HKAD Prultt UrOIad They have one that will Interest the ladles jPCIIP Sllverlico Wyandotte Kggi at 60c for setting of 1C for sale by 0 A Swlnebroad Eledgovllle 3l IP you want a good Job of palnllng and rubber tiring done call and see E T Pence k Co Phone 102 A LAltGKH line olocka welch than over before al prices that should Induce you to buy W H Mueller Folt RENT Brick house on Lancat ter street just vacated by G W Taylor Potietilon at once P P Nun nelley Do not miss iho special tale of wo mens lowcut shoe at Cummins Si Me Clary April flh to 8th They have bargains for you Seo their adII MR W1t DKNIIAM tolls us that bo will engage In the coal business agate soon If ho can not buy out some of the coal dealers here he will build MRs BETTIK HAMILTON widow of Waverly Hamilton hit settled whh the administrator of her husband re ceiving about 0000 as her portion of the estate DONT forget the horse show al Hut tonvllle Saturday afternoon next hot ter fix up your horse and Jack and take them up to that tbo people of that see tlon may see them Ion RENT My cottage on Bait Main Street just vacated by Forest McClary Poiicitlob given immediately For further Information call on Mrs Mary A Vaughn FULL lino of new furniture lulu folding bed Iron bed mattresses tprlngt tide boards dretter buffets table chairs Prices at Iowa the lowest Trlbblo L Pence TUB Stanford Water Light t lee Co It now prepared to deliver lee In any qoantlllet within city limit Tboo wanting lee In morning please notify us iho afternoon previous Phone M B F Rout manager 4t A NBV schedule will go Into effect Sunday next No 23 now duo at 1235 P M will arrive 10 or 15 minuses ear lier No 21 duo at 104 P M will come a little over an hour later and No 20 the morning passenger that now arrive nl 360 will come about 430 A M EOOB Mrt W0 Sbankt hat had excellent success with her chickens as the following will show Since Jan 1 the has gotten 231 dozen eggs from her 100 hens a great many of which she hat told at 20o During the month of March the gathered 2315 eggs an av erage of about 77 per day From this It will be soon that most of her hens are doing full duty IN FOR FOKUEUV Tom colored who forged Ed WilkInson name to a check for II and got It cashed at Pennys Drug Store was arrested In Somerset and Policeman Sam Morrow brought him hero Sunday and turned him over to Jailer Herein The cl1nc cs are that Thomas will spend several year In the penitentiary for hit efforts at Imitating Mr Wilkinson penman ship TUB Lexington PaperCoon Friday fled artistes of Incorporation In the of Ice of the county clerk says the Lead er Tho Incorporators are W W Withers of Stanford II C Thompson of London and C O Sink of Lexing ton The amount of capital stock Is placed at SlOpOO divided Into 100 shares of 8100 each Tho now company will conduct a wholesale paper houso and has already engaged quarters on Wee Main Street- HOLTxcLAW After a long Illness Jan N HolUclaw died of consumption Sunday nnd was burled In the Lancaster cemetery yesterday afternoon alter services at tho Baptist church hero by Rev O M Buoy Ho was nearly 27 years old and had been a strict member of the Baptist church for about 10 years Mr Holtzolaw was a quiet kind and honorable young roan nod his untimely death Is greatly regretted by his many friends and all who know him Ho was n patient sufferer and over considerate of those who tenderly cared for him A Ifewho Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs W H Underwood survives tho spice did young man and In her loss she has HighGrade For women The Old Reliable BUGS We have just placed on sale the Spring 1905 Styles in Ladies Low Shoes There is nothing left out in these They have the style the price is reasonable and the wearing quality is in each pair The novelties in this line you wont see elsewhere Come let us show you ISO IETIII U entirely new In Lap DUI J C McClarytJ See It MoSEY to lend on realty al 5 percent Wm S Lawwlll Danville Ky Ouil In arc just from Ihe fastened Price right Tribble Pence PUKB bred whiteWyandotte eggs for sale DustonFUhel strain tl for 15 cash wlib order George C Good Covlogion Ky 44 Pike Street 4t RALPH little eon of Mr and Mrs Alec Burge formerly of this county but now of Urbana III died of lung fever last week The mother was Mitt Lizzie McBee of the McCormack church section TUB Stanford High School defeated the Seminary boy Friday afternoon by a score of M to 3 The High School team will play the Rustle a town team of hat been Friday afternoon at 316 An Interesting game it ex pected Admission 10 cents Ladles free C MR A C DUNN supervisor of piker would be very glad If those living on the turnpikes would come to town Mot day next end bid on the contracts to be let for keeping the pikes In repair Seem to as U would be to their Inter cst to take tome of the contracts near est to them IN the republics primary In Casey Saturday W G Haines wag nominated for county judge by 319 majority W C Cundtff for clerk by 410 Lincoln Wells for sheriff 410 J C Lay for county attorney 3W John Brown for jailer 60 J C Godbey for assessor 43 Henry Tbomat for school euperlnten dent 142 and W It Corabesl for eur veyor There It Porno dissatisfaction over the ticket nominated and many republican declare they will help the democrat defeat certain of the noml flee WARRBN When the spirit of Mr Susan M Warren returned to the God Who gave It the life ol one of tbo oldest and best women of this section be came a memory After a weeks Ill ness of pneumonia Mrs Warren died at the home of Mr I M Bruce at 230 Sunday afternoon Sho was conscious up to the very last and having more than half a century ago made peace with her Maker death had no fears for her Deceased was born Jan 22 1820 and had lived In this section since She was probably better acquainted with the earlier history of Stanford lhan any other person here and It gave hcrpleat uro to talk about the pioneer period of her home town She leaves a too Mr U V Purdom of Bruner Mo her daughter Mrs I M Bruce haying died about 15 years ago As stated abovo Mrs Warren gave her heart to God many years ago and had since been consistent member of the Presbylc rlan church She was an exceedingly kindhearted good woman and her warmest friends were those who know her splendid traits of character best She was spared many years more than tho allotted time on earth but her kindred and friends wore yet unwilling to glvo the good woman up May she rev ciao In the great beyond the reward promised a righteous and well spent life Alter short services at the homo by Rev Gilbert Gloss yesterday after noon the remains were laid to rest In Buffalo cemetery tIN COUNTIES Andrew Carnegie bas offered Ccn iral University 130000for a Library Moto Robinsons hemp barn in Gar rard and 5000 pounds of hemp burned Sunday Contract has been let for a 83000 In dustrial addition to Mt Vernon Colle glato Institute The building of the First State Dank nt Junction City caught tiro but was saved by herolo work Furnace No of the Virginia Iron Coal and CoKo Company at Mlddlcsboro will be blown In the 15tb and with No 2 will give employment to 300 mon At a mooting of the R J Brockln rldgo camp of Confederate Veterans Miss Annabel Fox daughter of Attor ney C C Fox of Danville was chosen sponsor to represent the camp at the annual reunion in Louuvlllo In Juno It Is stated that Ed Sherman former ly trainmaster of the Cincinnati South cm has secured toe poslllon or general trafllo manager of the Burnsldo Rail way and Steamboat Line which Is op orated In connection with the Q L C Gibbons L May purchased of Mrs Mary Woodcock the storeroom In which their paint and wall paper store a Is located at 4500 cash They will begin remodeling the building In a short time and make It a thoroughly uptodate etortbouee Rv J T Wheeler of McKinney has been alIsisting Rev Funer In a series of meet ingt at the New Mission Baptlctcnurcn colored resulting In 23 additions lo the church Advocate Major Lee Thomas and MM Cox were married at Wllllamsburg Washington gossips say that Mies Alice Roosevell and Senator Bever Idge of Indiana are engaged Eighteen school teachers In Man cheater N H have resigned to Jet married and the school board Is advcr doing for 18 manhaters On the day he was to be tried for a double homicide S M Nixon a prom anent Texas politician and lawyer died of Derby worth 110000 to the winner was won by Capt SamI Browns Agile Mrs Maggie Bates of Soot county drank carbolic acid because of a hope led love A local option election Is being held In Corbin carried Michigan by a large majority FOR SALE I EleM hundred acres a ar fiM laid M you will find In CrntMi KenliKkv with twenty ttwusmd dollars wonfc ol brick fulldinc on wad ruimlnc UIU on tree rIM clow to this ettv only 1o uW H BUKELEYBwane DIXIET- hr flak land IImkP the lfra rat sawn nt my plncv mnr WII- lit pin liiMirvs living tolt He Is alout Imiuln Alai h luUrul upolttal pony ami iHrfwt ImUvMiml Cnrr takes to prevent iiccldintc Salt not rwiinmiW any occur 5lars prainl C1IAKLIE wf IVHM UHW rAh t SALE I wlll HATtRHAY APRIL le tae At my rrnklimv two intl Itnst of HuMon vllhon thr hUnfonl R sell nt public asle nil of my ptOllMllrnrI ly ooimUtlim of llorwii nilr a 1iittlf ACS Baal JT fV oww JoWM Hinder rhlvr Mill and nil kInd of FHrinlnu 11II11onlo toi iHiiinroii to iiiMitlcin ri niui Parlor Kurnltur enlrr Kllolin Fur nlturv liKulwIor Ira jnll Family Mttrc Snlf roitiiiiHmMK Hi Terflt nad hnowu on dad of Ml- rJILtll Bisli- ul11JaLturt HuKtoiivlll Ky No 1932 Vol 5 A S H 1- 1Mahogany bay back point wblte only on lift hind toot 0 Jean old latS hands hlRh weighs 100 pound strong flat bone heavy mane and tall good back with long well let In high a saddle horse head and ear on him a model under baiter always wears blue string In model rings wonderful style In harness a above horse sore When one year old ware all honors In his class wherever shown also the blue tie In sweep stako barnes rings at same age Vhen a Jyenrold he wastihown 14 times and wore 13 blue strong has never been defeated fancy harness rings has always been the victor In stallion stake ring IU a breeder when shown with three or more of his get for site style and general conformation and for nil JlurllOlU He Is a saddle horse with live distinct gaits fast line acting ruckcr good In two walks and a nice loner very positive In his trot under saddle and harnesreaL all around action as i rev tlr au uptodate sire of high priced sale horse for or harness Ue Is a nun enough harness horse graceful stylish and fast can show eighths In 1E4 seeonda- a with but handling did this last 28fialt year ogoafterservingot mar- In the spring He IlpoKe of nerve and enough to get a trotter for track use or gentlemens roadsters large handsome stylish strong enough to get carriage horses with a kindly dispo sition for all purposes of a family horse He Is the horse to sire stylish grace fut substance and docility It has been Ivan UP by horsemen that he is one of the nest uniform breeders In Kentucky lie cues hl colts after hlmselt has never sired a sorrel colt The moat profitable horse for the farmer and small breeder to produce the horse which serves the widest range of turpolea welt Ills colts arc show cottsl of tbo very highest type blue string winners from the oldest to the youngest IiDiiiKEE Sired Chester Dare 10 N It he Jy flack Squirrel 5S he by Iliack KHCle he by King William 87 he bv Washington Denmark Cl he by Galnuc Denmark OL ho race horse Denmark F he by Imp UedReforU Dignitys first dam LUlemont by Welchtnodt o 6J07 A T II It he by William Welch ail ho by Uvsdlcks Hnmbletonlan 10 Dignity sec nd dam H by Abdallah iletwnfier ad dam U11s Vermont Ub dam dam Paulino by Almont orost 2ee9 TKiiMg Dignity Dare will make the sea- n of 1005 at my stable In Huston vllio Ky at 525 to Insure n living colt when foaled MIres traded or removed forfeit Insurance and money becomes due and must be pull at time of such transaction Mares grazed at S250 per month and bills to be be foro removal of mares Oraln fed If desired at reasonable rates Mares entrusted to me will receive personal attention but I will not be responsible for accidents or es hone In at nUltonlIIe CARPENTER 1flericenblct Belt Buckles 25 anti fiDe Back and Side Comb Sets 25c to 1 in White Linen 25c to 150 t r SEVERANCE SON TANFORD II THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1B1t boreAdvocateW- iLLIOUANleftSeturdey tULAND aMIw j taeranta 4Ied contlderabloslokness comI Footwear ZEIGLEr NEIGHBORING MATRIMONIAL apoplexyThe torday- Republicans acrfI PUBLIC 011I IIIUllojIhkkr DIGNITY DARE atountedshoulders Thoroughbred- Yelchmnntafirst IyU Raincoats Everything 1 Do Not Miss Our Spec I ial i SaleOf i Womens LoWut Shoes April 6 7 and 8 Prices Cut To less Than Cost Almost like finding shoes Qualities excellent styles desirable Two hundred pains well sacrifice- to get stock FREE of all last seasons styles CUnniNSMCLARYI Stanford Kentucky IA Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy Forever 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 tlillcrent style tubs closets and lavotory See My white enamel sink with back and hard wood drain board It is a beauty S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky Talk to Geo H Farris About Stoves Any Kind You Need Hes Got Em W B MoRoberts IIDRUGGIST Sells Kurfees Ready Mixed Paints Every better5sTewLead und Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer I RA JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office In Uyori House Parlor Phone UII WANTED I a Turkeys Ducks Geese and Chicken Highest cash market pricey IIB QIZIJCOTT Stanford Ky s fTHE JNTERIORJOVRNALE- ntered in lite Pot0ct at Slairford as ICOndcla matter rtttliaHHEII TUIISUAYH AN1J 1It1DA AT 100 PER YEAR CASH t3FWhon not so paid 200 will bo charged AS PRICE Burgoon D ntilI Uraford Ky NOTICE You should see us before you let out your house carriage and root painting Iaper hanging a We have of paper from three leading house of the wor and can loll you well cheaper ball you can mienit Estimates furnished on application All work HELIUM k Co omlraetltreetI Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to Somerset I otter for sale privately mv home on Ka Main Street In The residence Is alz room cottage brand new bath root and all convenience The lot contaIn about IK acre of land and the home Is a most delightful one For further partlcu lars call on or write me at Somerset J Dock or Wm nock at Stanford J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rate Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers Ir Coal BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Yourpatron ge is solicited Horse on commission Stock Pone In Connection HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I I desire to sell privately my hotel property and liver fttablq In Hustonvlllo ing can be used as botel or private residence und Is well arranged for two families Stable has 30 stalls and is In good repair Plen ty water at barn and hotel If house Is not sold by Jan will rent It and can give pos session on that date ossesslon of barn It rented orold separately on lQV 25 House and barn newly covered Ho tel Is in Graded School district For further particulars call on or address- D S CARPENTER Hustonvlllo Ky Jatl TratjlorOCALIR IN WHisKn Brandy Wines Beer GlQars ftGIKYCloseI Prompt inJ pollts attention Nothing but the bts to drink Mill pbons ct ttlczrtpb others rtctlvs crompUtttntton Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy icady made clothing when there is so little difference in the price of high grade ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor r I have a handsome line of Spring goods I can make from a low price business suit to the finest dress nltAho Spring overcoats and trous ers The company I represent is one of the bcbt I also have a line goods I make up myself for those who prefer it C RUPLEY the Tailor RBMiitiony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of tho property owners in the- counties Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking in durance against Yiro Lightning and Tornado Nono but and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low t est possible rates are guaranteed Phone 1i- 2Stanford Kentucky I NUMBER ON- EVeterinaryI t 1 r IA Liniment I unlvernal embrocation for affec LIons of the skin and joint HORSES Valuable for AND strains ofII nets rlugbono founder soreness of of wind gain I- IInd bite external pultoni cracks and otherdl before using Always lu eallIcleanse them with pour on the Into tlioa or gently over the tore a buPiecethoroughly ruWwd Into tire pnh aN II footed times a dyIor cracked beets ringbone poll evil n6ral directions ure to al- I dllIIY15c LSTANFORD olllnl r KYJj or For Rent or Lease A iplcndlfl largo dry storeroom and a late warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Urns Stanford Ky Ap ply for particular to J D Owsley or to- The Lincoln County National Hank J11 OWSLEY Stanford Ky For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land iltuutcd just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has rooms kitchen and ser Tents room good collar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant in the yard and one for stock- J P ItAlLEY 1fERV uslbtfBfLITY phyrlealmeatalIwrsanal maornlbtnl the true tyre ollrltct msaboa4 JnmetntsdNsrnsCurenUl Praelln apu and other trouWedu eaneLakeEhall wxt Rrwmn nook IU wlUisgearantpirrin MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO US At Pennys Drug Store JG+ 1cG1MY IUNDE1tt AXEl EtIBALUERIAnd Dealearln BABNESS SADDLJCBYII Stanford Ky J L Beazley 8 Co Undertakers and- Embalmersl ula nlaLlur r Farnilure3Iattlng8RngrThey kinds of Stock a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOK Antecarlo 226 12 Simi over Vfrsiillliii track In winning rnw by AntiM Sl l8 that sold for JAI ut pulAlo stile First linn Mary Ann by Hnllitorm son of Miimlirliui ItitohMii Tlicw two crosses produetHl The Abbot ran ll cliuiiiiiloii trottlim urlilliig of the world real dRill liy InUijxiKlriK1 win of Arnlivw JuckMin IiMlfN iMlfiiccii ilnin hy Anifrlcnn Ntnr The AmvrlMii titer Andrew Jackson liUxxl Is n stpnuillle for CnMMun the cluiinplon t rotting tale lion of tI rllll11 you see Anteui rlo two w an iwiiionnllilf lot tax Mstmt geldlflg two next enwaesarr responsible fur the faIt ntulllon Then you he U l tr Imsl than either of tbvin tor he hiss tIM blood of Ixitli Antecarlo In solW brown wlbll 1ITJ 5tliPltWill 1110 yountf 3RD III to lunurv H eolt HP wits ulrwi by Sml nod bf liy tin Itosrkvl Jack thrum Ynle h 1rfclJwla Awl dint hy Imp 1rIll011rIl dale by loIIICO Mammoth ou colt for sell- On mousy Mnrw traded or lirv l to other horse forfeits lusurniicv and iiHkt KISMIII money due Both will utaml at III fnriii on KoiniTMt pike four mllfs from Hlnnfonl JlHr ii grits tnrt taken to prevent aerldeutbut not rvnimntllilv ulinuld flay occur WI1IIAM MK1KMW Ktimfurd K- yCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Lincoln County National Bank of Stanford K y Plaintil SoW T Stone and Alex Traylbrs admr DoI fondantsPursuant to a judgment of tho Lin coIn circuit court rendered In tho above styled action at the term 100 tho undersigned Muster Commis sioner of said court will on MONDAY APIUL 10 1005 Between tho hours of 1 and 2 P M In front of tho court houso door In Stan ford Ky sell at public outcry to tho highest and best bidder all tho right title and interest of tho defendant W T Stone in and to tho land hereinaf ter described or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy tho judge ment herein The said defendant W T Stone owns about 72 acres of said land in fee simple and a lifo estate in about io acres of said land and 16 of 30 acres in remainder Said land is situated in Lincoln county the waters of Dlx River and Isbound ed on the North by tho lands of Tames Robinson on tho East by the Laban Withers farm on the South by the Tostph McClary farm and on tho West by the C D farm Tho amount to la realised from this sale is 1551 4u with interest thereon at the rato of 0 per cent per annum from Dec 0 1004 until paid and thu costs of this action rue sale will ho made on a credit of six months stud tho purchaser will ho required to givo bond for tho purchase money with ooll security payable to plaintiff and bearing Interest from tho date of sale and having tho force and judgmentI M C L C C i LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Clean baled timothy hay for eato i O B Harris Crab Orchard Ky 3t M S BnuRhnian sold to John G Lynn Jr a pair of mules for t270 FOR SALE100 cattle calves to tfO yearold Mark Hardln Stanford The eumof 18000 was paid out for mules alone ooo day last week In May vlllo At Elmwood 111 47 hogs sold for 10345 an average ot 1135 Hluhc prices 8535 and two sows H20 each Secretary Wilson announces the ex Iraordlnarv number of 1123 marel nominated for the Kentucky Euturlt A thoroughbred black muly Polled Angus yearling bull for sale Bred by J S Owsloy Sr J J Thompjo Prcachersyllle S J Bell of Casey sold to J E Wright of the West End 10 yearlli mules at S100 and bought one of C W Sweeney for 16750 Tho farmers have taken advantage of the beautiful weather and are well up with their plowing Corn planllc will begin this week M S Baughmtu refused 1200 for tho bB mare Sadie ho recently bought of Judge J P Bailey The otter WIl made with tho understanding that Mi B deliver the mare at London BOONE COUNTY purebred whit seed corn Introduced and grown here last year Two weeks earlier and yield five to twenty bushels more than anr known variety For sale by F Reid at 91 per bus See sample at First Nat Bank 4t Dan OBrien of Lexington sold to Trainer Enoch Wlshard for John A Drake of Chicago the twoyearol chestnut colt Strongbow by Goodrich dam Aureole by Imp Order and the two ycar old bay colt Ireland by Con tenor dam Soon Dan by Imp Klnj Han for 5000 M J Farris who owns 2400 acre if bluegrass land In Boyle county farming on an extensive scale Las fall he sowed acres of wheat whlcl s looking exceedingly well and troth whIch he expects to harvest 12001 mshels He Is now breaking ground for 400 acres of corn Advocate TUE Central Ky Real Estate Ex hange A Title Co has for sale two tracte of lend lying In the Southern end of Lincoln county near Southern railway One tract consists of 3S acres the other five acres The owner of this property lives at a dletanco and we are nsiructed to sell It privately It mutt go The beat bid Jets It For further lartlculara lee or address LR Hughes Stanford Ky- Bofore rIt Is Too Lute If youve a grayhaired mother In the old home far away Sit down and write the letter That you put off day by day Dont walt until her tired steps Reach heavens pearly atc But show her that you think of her Before It Is too late If youve a tender message A loving word to say Dont wait till you forget It But whisper It today Who knows what bitter memories May haunt you If you wait So make your loved ones happy Before It Is too late We all live but In the present The future Is unknown Tomorrow is a mystery But to day 1s all our own The chance that Fortune lends ua May vanish while we watt So spend your loves rich treasure Before it is too late The little tender tokens The letter never sent The longforgotten oiesaaget The wealth of love unspent For tbeso some hearts are breaking For these some loved ones walt So show them that you caro for them Before It Is too late Ida Goldsmith Morrie OTTENHEIM Ephraim James has moved to tho G M Ballard farm which ho has rented for the present year Skelton Coleman says IhU has been- tho warmest March since 1605 which was similar to the one just past Ephralm Woods who has been iulto sick Is Improving Oscar Manuel aod- Jobn McKlnnoy aro on the sick list- W T White has moved to his now bome on which ho has spared neither time nor monoy In making It beautiful for himself and handsome young wlte- Jobn Wentzlo is still confined to his bed Mr Skolton Coleman and wlfo- an aged coupler who bavo been quite III are some batte- rhamberlains Cough Remedy the Best and Most Popular Mothers by It for croupy children illroad mon buy It for severe coughs nnd oldorly people buy itforlajjrlppc say Mooro Bros Eldon Iowa Wo- soIl more of Chamberlains Cough omody than any otho kind It seems have taken tho load over sovoral other good brands There Is no mention but this medicine Is tho host- thnt can be procured for coughs anll- colds whether it bo u child or nn n ult- thntls allllotod It always euros and- Iron quickly Sold by Lyno Bros Crnb Orchard Harduppe Why downcLP Wigwag I cant trot out of debt Harduppe Huh I cant oven Jot In- debt I Mrs Lucy Tyler of Booker Wash gton county committed suicide with rbollc acid Youngest Soldier of the Con fedoraoy The youngest soldier In the Confc erote army was Dr M W Jewett of Ivanhoe Va and his attendance nt the reunion In Juno in Loulsrllle will bo an Interesting feature of that reat gathering Ho U tho commander of Ivanhou Camp U C V Dr Jewett entered tho Confederate army at the ago of 1J enlisting In Company I Fiftynlnit Virginia 10 fautry Be Is now 65 years old and wa born in Chesterfield county Virgin TkoCOth Infantry was commanded bV Col William B Tabb and was part 01 the brigade of Gen Henry A Wlae Dr Jewett saw some of the seerelt service of the war Ho was at Cbtrli ton S C was In Florida and was at the battle of tbo Crater In Petersburg VaAfter tho war bo spent three years cruising In South American waters aod In 1889 settled In DanvllIe Va In 1 t2 ha graduated In medicine and Is now 10 posscslson of an extensive practice Dc sides being commander of Ivanh Camp U C V Dr Jowett Is aaaleta surgeon on tho staff of Gen Jamel MacGlll commanding theSecond brl tide Virginia division The 13th edition of President Root volts Hero Tales has recently Ilono to prose It Is a book for which tbero Is a steady demand month after raonl Seven editions of Roosevelt Rani Life have been issued slnco It was Iut Into a new form and reduced In prlc The Strenuous Life has been prloted eleven times In Eden once a rib became- A woman to they say But now lu ribbon that become The woman of today Exchange A cemetery for book Is what a French writer calls the Nation Library In Pjrlt In which the hlito of France alone Is represented by 300 000 volumes Cerebrospinal menlnlgltls hall most reached the dimensions of an epidemic In Germ- anyPruitt Brothers Wi will hnw our frlniU II gw rlnl lime of fHrixtn MmtUim ltUK Iju IurtnliK nn Itorllrrrv e tilts wwk Mr uorit 1riill has an xr llnt Moorinirnt of t li Moatwh- yIh mllllwry now on han- dPRUITT BROS Moivlntvl Ky Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court John Buchanans Holrg PlnintliTs rs John IlaMemnnti Heirs Defendants Notice of Sato Pursuant to a Judgment of the Lbs oln circuit court 1 In the above itylod action at the February term 1005 the undersigned Matter Commissioner of said court will on MONDAY APIUL 10 1005- At the courthouso door In Stanford K y about II M sell at public out rv to the highest and best bidder the following teal ostalo situated In Cent Orchard Lincoln county Ky towit A storehouse and lot in Crab Urch led fronting on Main Street wltl N 30 K 32 feet thence with line of John Buchanan S 60 W 70 feet thence said Ino S 5i1 W o2 610 feet thence with lot N04 S 211 K il 610 feet thence with Samuel Hardins line N Mli K Ill eet to the beginning containing 81W of an aero being lot No 3 conveyed to John Buchanan and John A leraan by Jennlo Armendts heirs by Commissioner of record In Deed BOOK 23 page 352 This sale is made for ho of division A credit of 0 months will be given tad the purchaser will ho required to rive bond layablo to the Cownlssionerandhear- ng Interest at 0 per cont front Mute of snle O B SAUPLBY M C L c c Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Pauline M liromerPlaintiff vs Arnold Stelnegger Ac Defendant Notice of Sale- Pursuant tp n judgment of the Lin ooln circuit court In the bore styled action at the February oral 1i05 Uio undersigned Master lommlasioner of said court will on MONDAY APRIL 10 1C05 About 1 p M at the courthouse door In Stanford Ky sell at public outcrv to the highest and best bidder the fol- oowing described real estate situated In Lincoln county Ky beginning lit n whlto oak corner of T5 acres of Hill ft Icorn and corner of Jarvis and In- IIno of Vance Smiths 20 ucros thence with the division line across the Smith tract between Custlno S CO K 30 poles to a stake in tho outside lino in ndrewTurnbullsllno thence his line 10 W 01 8100 polos to a stake in tho 0li1 Hrlilgewaturs Smith Turn tills course N 53 W with said lino f 0 6100 polos to a small gum and chest nut stump with pointers course of unu of Alcorn 7C acres und of- lot No or i3 t acres N M WOO polos to a stako on u ridge with two white oak pointers corner of lot No 8 then with saino 32 K 02 polos to u stake with pointers corner to lot No 4 or ustino tract then his lino S Oflt H fiUi pulos to tho beginning containing 381 eros of land This is made to ratify certain lelns held by Plaintiff inline M Drainer and by tho defend ants Amelia ML Koohlor and Emma orshfoldt Pauline M Uremor holds threo notes each hearing datoAug 31 1815 the first note being for 810U duo two years allot date and bearing Ingest from maturity the second noto alng for 8100 duo four yours after llnto and bearing interest after muturl t and tho third noto being for 876 duo- six years after date and hearing Inter ost from maturity Amolla M Koeh ler holds u noto for 880 with interest 11011 Aug 31 1805 until paid and l mmu Ilorshfoldt has u lion on tho lanl1 aforesaid for the sum of 60 with itorost from Aug 31 18U5 rite sale will be made on u credit of six months and tho purchaser will bo required to iiproycdsecurityPayabletotheCom IUIIUI UIIII UUtll iHK por LUUl 11 rust from Into of salo IG B SAUFLEV M C L C C Weve Uncle Sam Springli foarHAMK 11SARa- IVeseltCLOTIItNCi IIATRandltRN151b IAV LEVYS This tank of of In and First sic of In Itil had with Ing and well than In Its of J 0 fir Deo U L W1I W It L MarkeI 1Itiri R riThe last resting place of your departed ones by erection of suitable Monument Let be of exclusive and artistic design best material and of perfect workman ship We carry largest stock of Monu ments Markers and Tablets of Marble anddGranite Central Kentucky Lettering pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON Lexington First National BankCapital Stock JSOOOOj Institution originally Deposit reorganized National Hank Stanford again reorganised National Stanford practically uninter rupted eslstenee facilities transact business promptly before long honorable Accounts Individuals fiduciaries and poratlons Solicited CAPITAL STOCK Directors PaxtOD Owslev Shanks Walk Oarter Poster Oooek Onminlna Ilrlcht Shanks Farmers Trust under same management cooilaupuslv Bl Hoping basins relation will mutually Strawberry Plants For Sale have tho following kinds of Ftrawber ry Plants for sale Jewio IJubach Glen Mary 1trkor Karl Harlland Tennessee Clyde Plants are nice and wolf rooted JOIINSOS KlngiYille hy Duke of Richmond Will make the season of 1905 my farm one mile South of McKInney Mc Kinney Ml Salem pike the price of 800 Insure Living Colt Money due when colt foaled When mare traled sold insurance forfeited and in all cases money due DESCRIPTION AND PBDIOREE Iivc dark 16J hands high fine individual best of style and tion drives and rides nicely He was sired Tom Covington 18992 he by Llmbcr and registered dam by General Duke 2nd dam by Warren Harris Denmark 3rd dam Old Note Tom Covinglon horse record of 2Zl trial 19 his dam was Kentucky Chief ad dam Parsons Abdallah General Duke hada record in 1878 of 345 was Hmbrys Lexington by Old Lexington The dam of Lexington Hcllmyra by Imported Monarch- Al same time and place will stand two good mule lacks TO INSURE LIVING COLTS tst JIM PORTER by Cyclone out of premium Jennet BRICNOLIA JRI by Old Brignolia Both these Jacks have estab lished reputations Their colts have been on the market in county for the past three years having always brought many dollars any Jacks colts In county not more So you see that you will make any mistake breeding these Jacks SCUDDER McKinney Ky Hired 1 1 As our exert to SHOW end SItUmir an nirertmrnt throuh mnl whit us better thin Govern ment JlonJ Thl kpeclsl offering nitns 1o andI U j OurI the orifJt aril ollltt house In our line III the 6 We OWN air tutMinjr sent have done liiuintM on the blOT former FORTY for IIIFII and boyi HIIUKtl forerery Isxlr We UXIRItSSon worth an all goods HtnjKCT TO APPROVAL Rlyle took for all lInes on te i t ltus hear from you atr the a it the the in by t S Ky Of Stanford Ky was established as the In 1151 then as the UBS II the It having an for 41 veers It is talltr supplied now for ever career Cor II J It S II W W j 0 M ittki w he was Third and Officers Prsst BT lUnBin Pre UoHullRHTS Ohr IL WEAUKNAMt Ohri Directors fFHarris BlufordIhooter Tanner Ktsoore ICIIDDalIIltOKhtnan Stanford SUnford Jss IlublBson llubbls Stanford al 1ettus Stanford Tate Btanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKI SBOOOO to The Hank h Company and for II yean We SOLICIT YOUR NK- ACCOUNT much prove I Prolific J L al on t at to a is s or is is bay a ac by Standard tilt by Crockett is a combined with a 2 by by Embrys I at 83 a 2d as as the if not to R S J U a Is a ol w ar ING J ie h J i nooKKH V J J W T J S K L U D II T I J II llaachmnn J 0 K Bueeestors beneficial Officers 8 U SHANKS President J H Pastor Vice Ireldeot W M nitlOHT cashier Wt O WALKER Asst Cubit I will MockniGii stand at tny lace In Notice Stanford my floe ItegUtcred Imp Polanil pbttia boar LtmoU 1 Chief at II Ready for service WOWalker PRESTON 922 This premium saddle stallion of the world will make the season of 1905 at the l stable of J C Bailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 13 years old 15J hands high a perfect model with great style action and speed Preston was tired by Washington No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 tat dam Belle by Roderick zd 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 Montgomery BallBrosChief owncu hy Why you should breed to Preston Because he is the greatest showP horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because ho 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 Wat son for Cjo Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Bros that won more premiums in saddle and combined rings than any three yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt sal to J C Cravins of Illinois for oo 3 Because ho is the only saddle stal lion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for 85000 4 Because he won the championship of the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 5 Because he has won more money in the show ring titan any other stal lion in Kentucky 6 I will be glad to show him to any wishingto LyTOMares grazed at 2 per month Care la responslbleJ C BAILEY Stanford Ky