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I r ISI SP I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL xxiSTANFOR u KY FRIDAY MAY 22 1903 8 A if NO24 1 J W DAVIS 1PHOF cumut held at rolieeo on the rr 1003 wat decidedly lorwtlnj eipMlally to ilin e who courage Physical and Intellectual t veloprotDt among vounp mtn participant you DC men woo by I their maiden ollort In oratory tblve capable of much t competed for Orn and eeooad the orlonita winner of which Mtitr BrereU Stroud awl Wesley Sons drill nod Initrumental muilo farnUbed riety to the already pleating and a dlrertioo to the large Live audience which doubtleii added Intplratlon to the young rar Monefeef Tbotnai Marihalli eves Hilary Clays for who can the future Mlddleburg formal College II lu prcMni faoolty at the Mnltfa of u fulnet and at no tine in lu could a more extended catalogue of oxeclleMei be given or tb I tbrot be more de rv dly U 9lodlebnri abounding ID pare frcih iparlcllag wMsre and pltMlng scenery It Indeed a location at the rOI0eH of IM nod italwartawM of It I youtn NftinK merrily In the bud of rIver with lu tiny church iplrei t otag It Hat frame bubo4 lot reit and bMplullty IU ohlldroa brimming over with 1081 tb101 of living and over all the raelxllcKit murmur of the llv foamy water that sparkle nod tvtth roioundlnK tail over the dam the old grid mill attuning even moll roiUou heart to lie own music colt contentment and adtavorMlddlehurg on a plgaiaot May lor Is Indeed a scene for an brush or an Ideal type of one of smiths charming hamlet Kven distance the view II onbanood by t dleburg Normal College a brick building surmounting a IU A emloenae by the atcanalon of one literally climbs tbo hill of edge and enter the portals of this enterprising school The large and admirably suited for a lege and surrounded by grounds commands a tine view pleating to tbe eye This College ways a thorough effective anti date Institution Is now the centre of interest for a radius many mile lie Normal young men and women of earnest tent One character and demeanor meet daily with mind for each mortal of knowledge ortl rlenoe proffered them and debate k avidity the questions of common oat oonitantly arising the Sire and ontbuslantlo dl culon which is a moat Important factor every live school Prof J W Davis the president this College has fortbrco year wisely and successfully Us course has endeared himself In Ii degree to both pupils and parents better man for a Normal school be found than Prof Davis completed a course of study at r Normal College Glasgow Stato logo and afterwards at Soutbern C mal School Bowling Green equipped with bis tine education experience equable temper once and yet patlotco and his 83U control as a msstcrhand at his aod gifted with rare Insight of the into character and toirt groat BUBilvo abllltyt and the subtle yet enary power of piercing that of Indifference carelessness or despondency which sometimes cornea our youth be arouses all to er alms and greater heights His faithful work and thek orgyI ness with which be Imbues his ties preparation for county and certificates cannot fall of a harvest and Mlddleburg Normal logo under his management may to glories vet undreamed A force and admirable assistant in J L4wOk Is Mrs L W Pavti a most mable woman In every respect education under President John William at Daughters Colc Harrodsburg and later at of note together with her of heart ready sympathy 10 thorough methods and until render bor peculiarly for primary work tbat most yet most delicately dlllloult school work tbe training of and impressionable minds and departments understand of music the atfIhave received now and unusul this past year from the i of Mlta Angle Carpenior who i studied these special arts and to pursue them under teachers and whose unique originality mngnetle entbu and unflagging energy are ever of Inspiration to ber impll gives every eyldeqoaof unu and ability which were mani by tbesfleudld program of the ca contest im nest edifying and eoIfeat t of Mlddleburg Nor work is tbe Literary and Society wbo u suoeestlve have ebovrn the constant Im of Us members and whose alforded pleasing enter to Mlddleburg citizens With accrued from suppers and from other strata raising money reported to by President a fine library volumes of ancient and mod poetry biography travel bus been furnlsbod to this and Is continually being en empowering Us president snob degrees as other col usually grant having been given young nan or woman assured tbat for thorough work tnttrootlon and molt beatIfic Mlddleburg Normal School Is be II seeking for with lie 10 lie president Itll previous fair and very visible harvest of re prutpeeii of this sahool are Indeed O II T Who Bested Joo Jef Jefferson forson tbe veteran aotor MCllnv8 on the subject of his from the stage lie has been the foot light vine a small boy has never shown any desire to Tbe Interviewer who puts the of farewells to him got a sharp but pleasant reply but a In the South recently got the Au1IRutul him Tbe actor came down at the hotel onomornlng and was disturbed to find a long and mys worded article In which the retired was ofbsely connected name lie knew the manag and made a half hearted The reporter was called In where bo got tbe story city editor told me to see Mr said the young man and If bo was going to retire did you see him said the sir said the reporter I tent card to his room and It was tent this written on It Jefferson has retired then the actor who sleeps 20 in every performance took the out and bought him a tA bat Startling Test a life Dr TO Merritt of No Imade a startling test In a wonderful cure lie writes was attacked with violent horn caused by ulceration of the I bad often found Electric excellent for acute stomach and so I prescribed them The gained from the first and has not attack in 14 months Electric are positively guaranteed for Indigestion Constipation antI druggists troubles Try them Only 60c a white straw hat buy five worth of salts of lemon and dla In a pint of boiling water Then soft brush a nail brush will do and wash the hat with the li Whoa clean rinse thoroughly water and put In the air to dry which wash with peroxide of by Too Great A Risk every neighborhood someone from an attack of colic or chole often before medicine could or a physician summoned remedy for these diseases be kept at hand The risk is too for any one to tike Chamberlains Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy saved the lives of more and relieved more pain and suffer any other medicine in use It H HockorI bo depended upon For sale cleric at the Gait House Is 1033 and is missing He left a notes threatening suicideI NEWS NOTES The Paducab Elks cleared 14000 on their street fair Six persons were Injured In a trolley car accident at Chicago Walter Smith sheriff of Carroll county died of paralysis Tbd Standard Companys plpo line I his been completed In tbo Ragland oil fieldThomas Anderson of Brooklyn shot his wife and committed suicide with potion Copt Sam A Drown the wellknown Kentucky horseman Is dead near Chrlitlansburg Steve Helm one of the Lakolacd Asylum attendants indicted on aohargo of a iault Is dead Capt William G Foree of Louis vllle was elected commander of the Kentucky department G A R Lightning struck a house near Ful ton causing considerable damagaJand slightly Injuring several people- A Davies county recluse wbo died recently left all his money to the daughter of a man wbo had befriended himAnothoi strike bus been ordered la the Now River coal Held of West Virginia but the order has not been large ly obeyed A man supposed to be Chat Hatch er a Confederate veteran of Clarks vllle Teen was killed bv tbo cars near New Orleans At the semiannual meeting of the Kentucky Optical Association held In Louisville O II King of Lexington was elected president Two men were burned to death and several other Injured In a lire which destroyed a log house at a timber camp in Wyoming county W Va J T Cruise P Goldthwalto and H J Abbett all of Kentucky have sue eciefullv passed the mental examina Lion for admission to the Naval Academy at Annapolis- A check for 81000 was sent from New Orleans to Louise Dadley tbo chambermaid wbo refuted to make the bed of Uooker T Waibington at an Indianapolis howl Uteri Jolly a painter employed by the L H and St L railroad WM run dqwn and killed near Gaston by the Knights Templar train which left Lou Uvllle for Owensboro At Carlisle the ladletment against County Judge McNow charging mis fMtanoe motIle was dismissed on a demurrer and the case was referred back to tbo grand jury Clarence L Wood county clerk of Mason county has been sued by the father of a 17 yearola girl to whom he issued a marriage llcenio under the mpreselon that she was of age The United States court of appeals held tbat tha Pennsylvania railroad bad a legal right to remove the poles and wires of the Western Union Tele graph Company Irom along the rail roads right of way Tbo court of appeals aUlrmedtho do olilon ot the Qreathltt circuit court la the contested election case of Terry against flargls and Callahan The I ease Is one of several In which the eon ttttants were repaosentod by the late James B Maroum Former Postmaster E U Fordycc of Howling Green was Indicted by tbe Federal grand jury at that place on the charge of embezzlement The Indict meet grew out of the robbery of the Howling Green poatotllco during Mr Fordyoae administration Workmen on the Chesapeake it Ohio railroad across the river from Pros tonburg touched oil a terrific blast which throw a number of largo bowl dors Into tbo town crushing several houses and probably fatally injured Mrs Gearheart a widow Three of the railroad men wore arrested W W Watts and D A Sachs the Louisville attorneys punished for con tempt by Judge Anderson of Indian apolis wore discharged by the United States supreme court Chief Justloj Fuller handing down the opinion The court ruled that a lawyer can not bo held for error la judgment for advice honestly given his client Mr Joseph Pominville of Stlllwater Minn after having spent over 82000 with the best doctors for stomach trouble without relief was advised by his drug gist Mr Alex Richard to try a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab fcts He did so and is a well man today If troubled wltnjmllgentiou bad taste in the mouth lack of appetite or constipa tion give those Tablets a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with time result For sale at 25 cents per box by Craig Hocker I A snowstorm of unparalleled severity raged In Montana for three days and I the losses to cattle and sheep raisers ore the heaviest ever known Three men were frozen to death near Great Falls tryII lets They are easy to take and pleasant In effect For sale by Craig Hocker I HUSTONVILLE I Dont rail to attend tbo melting of the stockholders of the Uustonvllle Fair Co at this place next Saturday at 2 M It Is very Important walISlvenvisitor Mile Nell Quick by Miss Anna Reid at the homo of her parents Tuesday evening The menu consisting of many courses was extremely elegant We are advised by phono front tbo Wayne county oil field tbat well No 5 of the Beaver Creek Oil and Gas Co was brought In Tuesday In tbe Beaver Creek sand at a depth oj 400 feet and the showing U that it Is the beet well on their lease Field Manager Samuel Owens was present and Is pushing the work of connecting No5 with tbelr pumping plant and after be has ro cleaned Nos 1 and 3 all five oftbe camp to welts will be pumped regu drllUaANosoon a the derrick and rig can bo plac edRev George A Miller of Coviogton was greeted Monday night with a large attentive audience In addition to a most interesting sermon delivered in his Inimical style there were two so prano solos by Miss Quick Services will continue through this and next week morning and night The sub ject of Bro Millers sermon next Sun day morning will be The Creed Tbat Needs No Revision night Pitching Tents Toward Sodom A special mu sinai program will be arranged Includ lOll one and If possible two solos by the Hoosier Staves sweet voiced so prano Miss Quick Judge Boyle Stone and daughter Miss Amanda of Liberty were visiting friends hero this week D J Newbern returned to Columbus Miss Tuesday after spending a few days at home in the Blue Grass Mr Charles Wheeler returned from the meeting of tbe Grand Council of I O R M of Kentuoky at Maysvlllc delighted with the ovation given him upon his splen did rendition of The Plea of Pocaton tasa a tenor solo The exceeding popularity of this Instantaneous hit U Indicated by his getting orders for about bOO copies with flattering pros pects for doubling this amount by tbe time tbe piece comes from tbe press Frye Greening have moved their brick plant from Danville to Lexington and expect within the comlqg week to be running full capacity which will be 86000 per day They have contracts to take their output for one year jmore The big stave plant of J Lookrldge Co with a capacity of ton thousand per day Is now running full time on the Garten timber near Brad fordsvllle Their smaller mill Is run ning full time on tbelr Eagle Creek track of timber near Cumberland Falls They have about CO men on their pay roll and contracts covering their out put for two years at a handsome mar gin J W LIII the mayor of Bust lersvllle Local Option Most Effective Tbor are only three states of tbe 17 which made the prohibition experl wont that cling to the error of tbelr way Maine the original antiliquor state still holds out and with It arc Kansas and North Dakota But tbe others have gradually fallen from tbe ranks and substituted some form of lo cal option or high license for state pro hibition The prohibition movement which began balf a century ago came as a protest against the excessive drunkenness of tbo times Indiscrimi nate tippling was becoming a serious racnao to society The evil was so great tbat feryentmovcmont was arous ed In opposition The first temperance convention was held in Philadelphia in 1833 Nine years later the Sons of Temperance society was organized and In 1840 with the arrival ot Father Mathew began the great temperance revival which resulted In the Maine prohibitory law In 1851 and spread throughout the north In checking the excessive Intemperance of tbe times this early prohibition movement proved of great value But the states oon began to discover disadvantages In the scheme which led them gradu ally to abandon It for other methods more reasonable and more effective It was found to be Impossible to enforce the statute In unwilling communities In these It degenerated into a local option system with the defects Involved in tbe encouragement of cant and In tbo open disregard for the law Most of the states therefore have preferred frankly to adopt the plan of local op lion as simpler more effective and more wholesome to the communitys morals At Richmond Va Rev Henry Sto rey Baptist minister was burned to severelyburned coverIthelOOdth YOUIIa Want well fitting Clothes certainly There are two sure ways to got thorn One Is to pay the test customtailor in town 50 to 1 100 for a suit Thft other way is to pay us 816 M 323 anal get one of omr Now Spring Suits IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied PSIi mILLER Danville Kg MANTLES AND GRATES Tyle Hearths Extra Cabinets to Fit any Mantle Write for Catalogue J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky i Summer Goods Vohavo a fun stock of Tho Pareallon f101Satators PnperFly10 HigginsMKinneySTANFORD CLOTHINGA Select Line of Suits For Men Boys and Children all2IallIlfitctule1in the country Gall and see our stock I W E PERKINS NOTICE FARMERSThe Drown Wire Fence If the strongest the must durable test fence made It fully frovlJes for expansion anJ contraction ant the stay wires are the same tilt as hoilionlilf I will iy helghth an4 size fence desired See urn pie In court house varj HUBERT TARPEVTER Agent Also dealer In finest Uirc4 Plymouth Rock chkkens anJ eggs The Combined StaUion DUKE of RICHMONDp Will make the season of 901al my farm one mile south of McKlnney on McKinney Alt Saleih pike at the low pike of IS to Insure a living colt Money due when curt Is foaled when mare Is traded Insur ance Is forfeited and In all cases money Is due DESCRIPTION AND PBDIOREF ThreeveursoU dark bay 16 14 hands high a tin InJMdual with best of style ant action drives and rides nke He was sired by Turn Csvlngton 191 he hy Linker Jim Standard and registered tit Jam by General Duke nd da III by Warren Harris Denmark ird dan by Old Crockett NOTTom Covlnjton Is a combined horse with a record of a28 14 trUI it9 his dam was by Ken tucky CJ Uf nd dam Parsons Abdallah cuneral a record In i8 of he was by Embrys ErnbryaLexingtonsee this Is as as a At the urns time and place the 2001 mule Jack Jim Porter at th same terms 1101 as ttOOJlIIule Jack as there Is In the county I have both yearling and suckllrg colts to ihow yon so you see there Is no zlsk In breeding Jo thIS Jack R S SUDDER McKlnny I Crab Orchard Ky DR IDENTIST iStanford Kentucky Office In Myers Houso Fiats- UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good at sew for a small amount I can trAmprepaIrerstrial KKANK ATKINS Stanford Sate of Valuable Property ON TUESDAY JUNE 2n1 1001 witknownblJJerThehlhlpruJuttlvethe city of Lancaster with a krkk residence and sub makehollle a mood Ave Te land fee well Is under good fence sbus3ni rlOlcrtylrneJhoanyone H C HERRING MRS SUSAN FISHER e ii 1 7 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f E C WALTON W FRANK MC KINNEY I Is a candidate for the nomination for Sheriff of LIn- coln county subject to the action of the Democratic party THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county lutoJect t to the action of the democratic rarty GEO W DE BORD- Is a canaldat for Sheriff of Lincoln county sub t to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party i Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner I C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attornev JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR j For Circuit Olerk f J F HOLDAM For Representative J M ALVERSON MR ROOSEVELT is not so handy wltb his pardons at some of his predecessors Mr McKinley for Instance Es peclally to the plea of murderers does he turn a deaf ear In the fiscal vear ended June 30 1001 President McKli ley acted upon 343 petitions and gran ed executive clemency in 226 cases The next year President Roosevelt considered 315 caste and granted exec utlve clemency In 131 In 1001 Preal dent McKinley commuted the tentci ces of eight murderers Presiden Roosevelt saw fit to extend clement to only two murderers for the fiscal year ended last June A NEW YORK woman sued a man for breach of promise and among other things alleged that he had kissed her 1230 times The jury awarded het 3000 damages or an average of 8242 a kiss a pretty steep amount no matter how tempting and sweet her lips maybe But the faithless lover gets olrI cheaply after all Life is too short to keep count of kisses Besides kIsses were never intended to be kept count I of Love gives Itself and Is not bought and kisses that are recorded like so many nlckles in a rash register can hardly be conducive to the happi ness of hubby TOE statement is made that already 22 per cent of the SpanishAmerican war veterans have filed applications 1 for pensions and buadreds of others are being received every day Patrl otism seems to be measured only by the amount of pension that can be gouged out of the overnmentI DEVELOPMENTS In the getrich I quick industry demonstrate once more that no divorce decree Is necessary to procure the separation of a fool and hllI money The prospect of robbing some body else constitutes all the Induce ment necessaryPOLITICAL I Bon B F Jones a steel magnate and once chairman of the republican national committee died suddenly at Plttsburg Hon John G Carlisle says cratic party has an excellent opportunI ity if the leaders get toltetberIJohn t llaclc a banker at Barbour vllle and a brother of Hon James D Black will likely bo the republlcaDI candidate for State The democrats of the trict embracing the counties of BreathI I itt Lee and Maeoffln have nominated Carl Day of Breathitt for representa tlve Gov Jell Davis has announced him self a candidate for a third term and says he means to be reelected as a vln dlcatlon because the legislature sought to Impeach him but was too cowardly I to do so- According to a dullseason story going the rounds of the Eastern press Chief Justice Clark of the North Car olina supreme court Is W J Bryans choice for the democratic nomination for president Former Gov Benton MoMillen after a visit to New York declared the Em plre State to be slipping away from Roosevelt and that with the nomina tion of a good conservative man the democrats should carry It at the next presidential election Hon R C Warren of Stanford paid the News oBlce a pleasant call While In be was interrogated about the com ing race for Congress and bn said that he would again cot r the fight and stay till the finish He would make a splendid representative Danville News Bon R C Warren of Stanford waeI In Danville looking after some legal matters His many friends in this dis trict are urging him to make the race for Congress and some think that he will run It is time this section of the district bad a representative and tboI Advocate knows of no better man than Mr Warren Advocate IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The handsome residence of Wallace Rue burned at Harrodsburg Sam Drown one of Shelby count wealthiest men is dead of paralysis Robert Davis of Garrard who wal hurt in a runaway a week ago died of his injuries labara Strunk was given a life son tence for the murder of Robert Kid well In Whitley Charles James charged with tbe shooting of Officer Timothy ONeil at Richmond has been admitted to ball In 81000 Rev Carter Holm Jones of Lout vlllc will deliver the graduating address at Beaumont College at Harrod burg May 27 At a meeting of the boad of trustees of the Jarrard graded school the tD cumbent Prof J E Mannlx was reelected principal W Reed Embry of the Danvll News has accepted an invitation to speak at the decoration exercises at Nicholasyllle June 3 Deputy Marshal Mulllns and Colic tor Short made a raid on a moonshli still at Disputants Rockcastle count and captured the plant and the allege proprietor J Croucher A Lancaster special says Wuc Reynolds a farmer living at the lold Hunter Ferry opposite the mouth of Sliver Creek dug up 81000 In dive 50cent plccca while grubbing root The coins were in anold Iron vessel and were dated In the OOs Rice Benge received a telegram trot the chief of police of Somerset statin that his horse which had been stolen a few days ago had been found near tba city but the thief must have turner him loose as the animal was aloof when found says the Advocate Work on the Southern Extensloi will begin on or by the 15th of June There Is a corps of engineers at pres ent located on the Quisenberry lot near the depot and it is said they are here for the purpose of locating the fence along the proposed route Danyllii NewsAfter 15 years continuous service alI traveling salesman for a hardware firm jf Cincinnati P M Pope of RIchI mood will retire on June 1 and devote himself to the farming Interest of the place rcontly purchased by him on the Lancaster pike He Is a brotherinlaw f Mr J S Rice of this place The closing exercises of Lancaster Graded School will be held at the Christian church of that city Tuesday i May 26 At that time diplomas will be landed thefollowing graduates Messrs Earle Ward William F Logan Miss et Theo Hcmphtll Kate Mason Katie Lee Denny and Annie Herndon Judge Saufley in the circuit court at larrodaburg banded down an exten I1lve opinion In the suit of Dr Wm P Harvey and others against William C Bell Jr and William C Boll Sr astalnlng the demurrer of the defendants to plaintiffs petition The suit wal brought by Dr Harvey and others seklng a construction of the will of William Payne a wealthy merchant of bat place who died in 1800 leaving an state valued at about 50000 W P arvey married a daughter and Wm Bell Sr married a grand daughter of Wm Payne and the suit was to decide who owns the estate By the terms of the decision Wm C Bell Jr takes tbe entire estate and Dr Harvey gets nblng whatever The case will be appealed THIS AND THAT Thomas G Cotton aged 85 la dead l BoyleDunkirk 0 was practically wiped it by fire Fire at Chicago destroyed property wortb 8500000 S Two persons were killed by IIllhtI- nll near Hunttvllle Ala President Roosevelt has completed s visit to California and entered Oren John Moore of Williamsburg an L N flagman was shot and killed at Iddlesboro It la reported Lee Turner has bot- and killed his halfbrother Gen Turner In Tennessee Gov Beckham says he has not yet sued an order for the movement of troops to Breathltt county Two men were killed and a third fatally hurt In a wreck on the Tennessee sntral railroad at Harriman Teno Two thousand houses were destroyed aDd 8000 persona rendered homeless by a fire In the Tondo district of Ma nllaAt a meeting of the general council the Louisville Times was chosen the publln printer of Louisville by a unan lmous Vote- Robert Patrick a farmer was killed by lightning In Fulton county The horaes he was driving were killed at- tbe same time A St Louis physician has brought suit for damages for the loss of his tbumb and his reputation estimating eacb at 820000 Albert Davidson a nlocyearoldboy was arrested by revenue officers in ickcaatle county on the charge of lung moonshine whisky Amos Randall white and Dan Kennedy and Henry Golden colored were lyncbed at Mulberry Fla for the prominentsiteJames W Beta under sentence of death at Lexington for murder became ilently Insane but after an examina tlon the physician pronounced the out b eak a fake 1 a a artataevr LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Lawrenceburg will have a street fair next week E P Woods bought of S J Embry a car load of fat hogs at 60 Woodlake won the Lptonla Dor Bad News was second and Tancred thirdEighty to 100 acres of good Ilrau land for rent G W Carter Turne vllle 2i A J Sears sold hit farm of 300 acrcs near Dallas this county to W D White for 83300 Somerset Journal W B Leeds a New York mtlllc sire has bought of C A Draper tbe good horse Major Dan erfield for 825000 M Speed Peyton sold Tuesday a two yearold colt by Eagle Bird for 1100 and refused 850 for a full brother 10 days old E H Beazley d Co sold to Fox Login Danville a pair of black geld loge for S420 and bought of a Burllin party a black gelding for 8170 It eeomsthat moral bluffing is elu lly worked on the West Eoders We havent heard of Frye L Allen glvli 21ic for wool but Lutes fc Co did pay that for some and as to them gettli 75 per cent of tbo wool will do for them to talk but they can not Ibow their books that way Lutes k Co bave gotten two pounds to their ono Thev received at Hustonvtlle date 102 pounds of wool and at Stanford HiSO pounds See if the boyi can beat that Charles Lutes HUBBLE Some scoundrel shot a horso belong lag to Tom Bourne L P Weaver bought some hogs of Luce Bros at 10 05 Frank Miller of Mt Vernon wal visiting In this community Saturday Gco Wool has recently bought a load of hogs of R L Chrisman at 850 Our wool went oft here at 21o for belt trade S Dunbar sold to Jas Lynn two yearling mules for 8200 Next week will be the culminatlo of a number of romances John Robin ton of this city will be married to tlUi Suo Lee Harlan of Danville Mr Dwsloy Dunnwill be married to Mia Leila Hester Some good work on the Rush Branch pike has been done but it will be al nost worthless unless more work bo done as the rock la all rolling off Into tbe ditches for the want of covering rllb something to bed it Some of the first frying chickens of the season were told here this week by Irs Fnnnle Ball at4 per down A- of Luce bought a horse for 8120 Eid T S Tlobtey will preach at the Chris Ian church on Tuesday night Juno 2 Will also stand the Buck Jack GOV BECKHAM at Tea to Inwrt a living colt lie tt rS ithands IIillh- three yeas old and d by Ere or n A W A J a J Ite by Gov Wood First date Jeewfe JuM by Imp Uigo and dan by PauachaaMto IrvhMs When MI 1th season nony be COAIIt due MarateeraKhe1 grass at Ja per a oeth- otresrarsibeefurauWen It best of care tain with stock a D Twaersvnle KyI NOTICE I If you think of building or repairing wean save on your material All klnda of Heavy or framing any length ruled poplar aiding floor hardwood ce1njt casings bogie or cornice boards veranda posts end bracket bored and turnId stairwayi nonliU plasterers lathes white oak fencing black gum oak or chestnut boxing Write for prIce IIUMIUHCY BRO Ilartwell Ky FOR SALEtThe Tribble Rouse Junction City Kv I offer this wellknown hotel with all Iti irnlture for mle It U locxted In Junction Olty Boyle county Kentucky at tho Inlt of the Cincinnati Southern erasInoxrtlle division of the L N R II the dinner stand for the latter Is a large twostory frame metal roof lJulldIIng containing 35 rooms fronting on the L N R It and 70 feet on the 0 The lot contains about 212 acres of ground has splendid barn and outbuildings plentv of fruit and splendid water Title II- one of the best hotel In Kentucky hal an established Commercial trade For furtber particulars write or call on A TltiniiLR Junction City Ky WOOL WflNTBD I I will pay tilt highest mar kct price for 50000 pounds of Wool Call and get sacks J II BOONE Livery Feed and Salo Stable Depot St Stanford Ky 1 Terra Cotta This famous race horse anJ thoroughbred sUIMen Imake of T Alaitheseasonofrgo5althestable Esles i on SIAn- torJ pfkeat the exceedingly low Frke ol 50 to In- IIIre a living colt Lien retained on colt for leasonI 11 mare Is trale4 or parted with before foaling the- season Is then due kept on goof grass at Ja month Terra Cotta was foaled Ini88 Is 16 hands and as- active as a cat lie Is by lIal OFallen by itralUn dam Imp Sunny Southbby Irish IIlrJ- catcher set dam Laura B by ton Alabama by Brown Dick td dam Laurai by lee Paul he by Lexlneton dam Annie C by Imp Glenco jj dam Scythia by Imp Scythian 4th dtm- Ann llanley by Yorkshire th dam Argentine by Btrtran by Sir Archie c c Terra Cotta was a Tat race horse and won the following stakes As a- twoyurolJ he won the Clark A Thomas stakes at Lulnltlon and the Lakevlew handicap and Tremont- sUkes at Chicago At threeyearsold he won the St Louis Derby and Chas Green stakes the Dtxtrll rldanand Finality stakes Chicago end Relief- slakes SaMffiea N At fouryearsold he won the Efthdorf Ierchran Merchants Eclipse Grult- MwnlAln and tiny RUge many puny es Ind over nllht li ii1lrnc Terra Cotta Is the sln- manyot good winners This Is a rare chance for fatmell to Improve their horse stock at small cost Terra CotU sold at four yars oid for R It BRbNAUGfL will also at same tlnte and place stand my fine- mule jack black with mealy row at Ij to Insure aIIIvlnr colt Conditions same as the MILT ESTES kwsarlc THE GRAND LEADER I Figure Beautyt SecuredBy- WSINegf Fashionit Model Perfect lines the ruulto1Gof corset mking Beautiful Fabrics Wo have a full line of this celebrated Corset at 8100 Short Straight Front Cnnttll Cor sot4So NOTIONSN- ow Shall Hair Pins the 2fic kind ISo Back Combs at 10 15 and 26c Shirt Waist Pearls go at 26 35 and GOo sot Ladies knee length Ribbed Drawers 2Co Ladles Drop Stitch Hose the 25e kind 16o THE ls LEVYMnnapor WOOL WANTED 1MHO pounds of good wool wanted at the highest market price Call for tacks We want your wool E UcCOHMACK 80N- lIuaOnYlllely a et PIUVk SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky 3Otovae Oealsyaondios R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Jfflc over Higgina etc McKinneyf Stor Telephone No BI For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Oor Myer Hotel BnJMlBp 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best Tho Equitnblfe strohgesl in the world Oct also n combination Disabili policy in the Fidelity tic Casualty Co of New York Covers every Accident every illness MILLINERY Please call and soc our complete line of Ladies Misses anti Childrens hats in roar of post oflice building MRS G SINGLETON PRESTON 922 Vol 11 bay black points ii4 hands high flee style linCO ur wtsun mom 54 dam DellebyUboderlck 101 3 dam by Denmark Belle the dam of Preston was a noted show mare It Is needless to commend him us he Is one of the finest show horses In Kentucky Ills colts are coming to the Front and bringing prices Preston will serve mare at f 12 SO to In- lure living colt Will keep mares on grass at E2 a month W B IIURTON Lancaster Ky SBASONl903- Wood Lawn Stock Farm RED LEAFChampion show horse of Kentucky and leading sire of highclass road bones and teams IT of his colts having sold In rail iS months for In 15050 or sn verage of 1666 50 tea 5 b Insure with fo- alILLUSTRATION The only son dam by Mambrlno Patchen In the countryonward Is the teatng Ilr- of 10 performers Mambrlno Iatchen Is the leading roof mare sire fjj to Insure with foal We do not Insure colts but give you the privilege of breeding back until you do get a colt R E GODDARD Burgln Ky e i Wo have just received from the cele brated Paragon Shirt Waist factory a large lino of White and Colored Shirt Waists also a full line of Ladles Wash Suits perfect fitting garments A Fine India Linen White WRist SOc White India Linen Waist colored Polka Dots OSc Very Pino White Oxford Waist very stylish l2Ji Mercerized Oxford Waist white or col ors 8176 India Linen Waist Now wide band trimmed Monto Carlo front 82HO India Linen Sultologantly made 82M S300 400 and 8LO0 ouch Wo have recently added to our do purtmcut a full and complete lino of Ladies Muslin Undtrwoar a tow alto dials for n starter Ladles Muslin Gowns nicely made 48 centsMuslin Gowns Hamburg trimmed 74 dents Ladles Corset Covers well uncle 16 trots LndtvB Corset Covers trimmed 2V I Ladies Corset COvet trimmed Vltl Splendid made Skirt Hamburg trim- nlod 4So SPECIALSI 20 dozen Liens Fino 100 Shirts goat CO i- Special Prices on- Mans Clothing Dont buy your SUIT until you see ours wo have the right kind EXTRA SPECIAL 1000 yards lOlmhwido Hamburg worth 20 25 and 3V yard as long as lasts goes nt lOt yard order for as many to share in this bargain as psslblo wo limit 10 yards to each ustomrr 1 IT o iA11 Or IDon Otamr0 A GreatI ti Dollar SKirt If you decide to excitant a dollar tit one of thrw aoraM J ttti nuts yull gft the grratnt skirt wlurihit ynur money ever bought lathe fire plate the raaurlalisof better quality than you could Karitly cspert In a skirt at this figure And then It is elegantly trimmed with a very deep fiouoe And neat rum out the beat Point about garment la way that It made thlatseam Is and there placesforthedtnt to hide Every IUtcbIhonestly and rcnsclrn tJcusTy taken and never be bothered oulIk ripe anj rtms y ike H ev rf n rla- SlIrt 1ft like a iradetooroVr gin rccnr tit price Is f- Olly f100 S The best 8100 Ilulprsklrt made ehlitIproof ruflli very Inst of 1tll Snteon senor one nt 8160 e2 and W I See this line Ixforo you buy keen L fCROSSETTA full line of A CROSlSlurs liens Fine Shoos Wo east t toWer Pat Colt or Velour Vtel KM or BothtCalf The Shoo that flea Nee eye and the foot i GRAND RvtM B LEVY CO Prors Covers startling NVhilo you are figuring on house cleaning figure wi- thWittofomitureO Whora the host goods ore se cured nt the lowest pricesr Our stock iu Now Mattings Carpets Etc are second to noue in Central Jcl1l11ckyJ 1 RANGE SALE I We will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced pricesitThe 17 kind will go At 1126 The 25 kind will go nt 2126 The 350 kind will go utD4Tho 886 kind will go at 5130130T- he 810 kind will go nt8175The 50 kind will go utJ O You Imvo never had such nn opportunity pro Eontcd to you before go now is your chance All stows will ho set up in your kitchen nnd guaranteed 1- GEO H FARRIS CO Stanford Ky For suitable WEDDING GRADUATING presents 6QO W II WELLWf Tavolor Stanford Ky bl J Is- EASY eRACAlaIL LEWIS And There is no Difficulty At my place in latlifying all demands of those who seekeUUOCEIUES of high qual- Ity For the next 16 days In order to reduce my stock I will fell COO Ibs of high grade Coffees at COST and proporllonEverythlog perfectly See me and save money Eat more and pay less J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 St Stanford Ky 7TinKentucKyDisk 1 IntcrchnnaeubJeDlskorS11oeJ a scythe as long as KY SHOE FURROW OPENERS have detachable peels to shoes they are made ol forged and polished tool steel cai be detached In a second as Important as a AMERICAN SEEDINGMAC11NEt1tOaErttw LIn CiAntworklooaoIs T rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Mtll 1003 4 la filling your prescriptions wo u proporIonllI not do better It you paid ui double tbo price which la always reasonable Pcn eyi Drug Store rPERSONALS Dn R A JONES le In Louisville REV 0 M HOBY spent icyoral day la Carroll county MRS W M DUIOUT li visiting Mn W J Yacer In Loulivlllo UKIAH DUNN of Huttonvllle Will f hero Monday Adalr News MR J C McCLAUV It spending the week with Rookcaitte friends MR AND MRS JOHN S WKLUI ofI Danville were here yesterday Miss SADIE DIHK of Owoniborowai I the guest of Miss Kath Uauchman Rev MACK SHANKS of St Louis I 1 vliUlng bli relatives hereof that name MISs MARUAUBT MILLER of Richy hand li with Mies Dolllo MoKobertst Miss LHTTIB HBLM wont up to Crab Orchard Wednesday to spend a few+ day fromII phla tItS ANNA D VANARSDALU went to llarrodtburc yesterday to span t some timeTt LfromI sometime t RcX O M HUBY wont to Carr 1eounty yesterday to preach the funeral of a friend MRS J C JOHNSON and Mr Fore u Jobnton of Danville were guests of Mr W O Speed FRED OARNBTT has gone to Demon Arlaoea after hU brother Mr Wile on Oarnett who U very 111 MR S P Sliooi of the Way not burg section will move to Line creek t Palatkl In a few weeks ocRrMrt Will Severance went to Shell eoonty yesterday to visit relative Miss ALLin RIKVBS of Lebanon 1 bat tutored the contest here June lOib Sbe will recite Leah Tbo Forsaken MESSHB JOAM RIONBY of Cate and Will Rleney of this county went to LouUvlll Tu eid ay to attend the ro V union ASTOn McOCIKB who advertised In this paper for a position his scoured one with Gum Si Adam at Doneratl Payottooownty Mit1 N IIOWLINO and wife of J Plnovlll are with Mrs Monroe Curt tie Mr Howling It tuderlaic wit- ht abieets on ODe of bit hand MR A A McKiNNEY of this olty hat returned from a visit to his broth er Mr J1 McKlnaey at Monteora err Ala and his son Mr A A Mo Kinney Jr at New Orleant Courier Journal MR AND MRS S P STAGU enter tamed at their beautiful country home Mr and Mr J W Hayden of Par t Mr and Mr G U Walls of George town Mr and Mr J R Howard M Ira Howard and Mr Vest Channel of Lexington Lexington Democrat 1 LOCALS FANS Severance k Son 6Frnsu bread every day at Wlllli FEED foursale by Carton ft Pence Cow peat cane teed and millet toed at Hljrclet it Mo1ln aye X I HAVE on hand a sample of nice lap dusters J O McClary SUMMER undrwearallkinds everybody Severance SonstGOODS at your own price at lilAc sons sale at Crab Orchard today and tomorrow aWOOL Wo alll pay the highest price for wool Call and get sacks now Carton i Pen 30 + awiltIby bo Mist Carrlo Webb- SOUTIIERN German millet teed for lalo cheap Alto feed corn and feed oats J II Baugbraan Co a t YOUR attention it led Mr R B Mabonyt Insurance ad In another column Read It carefully t ATTEND oeauction Salo 01 hoot notions clothing ate at Crab Orchard today and tomorrow NEW ewisees lawns parasols fans and gloves Come to us and youll get the latest and best Joha P Jones LOSTIn or near Stanford mallfleas bundle from John P Jones Finder will please return to Mr Jones store reprelental WE will close down a tow weeks 1 about the 20th Init to generally repair our mill Pleaeo bring UI your grain afore that time that we may grind It or you J H DaIJjbmau d Co I umbrelluSeverance SCREEN doors and windows at hgglai k McKlnnev LunenDough JIM COOK ton of Kate Cook colored burledI JoeCluueI j Miss MAY WALLACE BALLARD will re present Richmond nigh School In the young tadlct contest hero WE have a window ICdwith gent g shirts regular prince GOo II and f1 60 you can have choice for COo John P Jones + JOHN KHRR hoMlives on Jesse Cooks Cooks Springs farm It fleet of foot He ont ran a fox Sunday nnd now bal him on exhibition SllOOI Lawrence Sboop sixyear Waynelburglectloo complication of troubles Ho had been tick several months Ho was burled iroundTuelday THE firm of O Rotcnstaln Co nedto more room hey hero rooted the storeroom Lancaitcr street and the partition w1 removed giving them an entrance alloa both etroetePDRHSSED LCZIIIfRI addition to my stock of rough lumber shingles poitt etc I here added dressed floor lag telling and wcatherbnarding The droned lumber I keep In tbo cellar of my etorc room where It It comvcnle to both myself and customer H MoRoberts 2t THE Odessa Mo Ledger of ti loath of Mr Lctltla Ba com chi curred at that pleat May 0 M Apof h ort and was born In this county Sbo li survived by an aged husband and tevon children yrJ T McllOHBRTS formerly of t plane and J M Mount a nephew of his are now In the planing mill bull nets at Corlngton where they have a big plant II J MoRobortt Is their agent here and he can supply the pub Ho with all kinds of droned lumber on short notice In teat the cellar of his store Is full of It anACCTIONL Iiaaoion will of alot of boots shoes clothing nc doImettlot eto In Crab Orchard to d and tomorrow These aro no seen d band nor tbopworn geode but Ant cisee staple articles and eve thing mutt go Thlt will bo your portunltr to get good goods at your own prlco JravoJelfoagainstor M eoo fed fight and Mr Alvcrson proves himself a shrewd politician at he made the fight entirely on hit own merits The next representative from Lincoln It a Madison county boy who has long slnco won tbo confidence and esteem of the citizens of his adopted county and to him the CLIMAX extends hearty coo gratulations on his victory Richmond Climax TUB commencement sermon of the Graded School will bo preached at tbo Presbyterian church Sunday May Thoorcommencement will occur FridayJuneman of tbo board of trustees will ad dress tbo graduates who are Missel OaydcntD Sara Blanche VanDeveor and Mr Charles Harvey Saufley Each of the graduates will read an essay JAMES BCMIHRB POST No 81 O A R will hold Its decoration services GeorJroDrownof Humphrey on the Somerset road Col Silas Adams and other soldiers are burled at this place Judge H C Ba kor of Columbia and other diet 1n guished speakers will address the peo plo on this oecaelon Tho people gen epeclaity who wore tho gray Miss Mma Swope of Mlddloburg will reclto Bluo and the Gray E Tarrant ONt of the moat brilliant social uno In this section In months Will that of Misses Llndajand Emma Owsley at Walnut Flat Tuesday evening A ro cantina was given In honor of Judge and Mrs Thomas M Owsley of Nash vllle aud nearly 100 friends took ad meetlnJJudgowere delighted with her and tbo Miss es Owsley made it 10 pleasant for the toborefreshments wore served and the en doUgbtfUlilpent j NEW glngbarni a special value at 7o Severance k Sons THERE doubt but what tbo 10th An wilwillthgs entered The ItO In gold will bo dlvl ded as follows J20 to let S10 to 2nd to bo awarded by Judges 110 to be decided by voto of audience To MY LINCOLN FRIENDS In an soar to numerous Inquiries of the good citizens from all over the county I de elro to say that It has over been the custom without exception to receive I the support nf the people In tho jailers race tho second time and therefore I solicit your good will In tbo next prI- mary with a promise paver lobe an up pllcant for another ofllco Thanking you for poet and future favors and In due time will announe mycelia a candidate W I Herrln parrOLLOwINIlInterdenominational vQatlonofSua- t day schools tOjbe held at the Christian church hero Wednesday May 27 O15Devotional Service 10Our Greatest Needs In Sunday School Work Chas E Powell 1030 Institute lJourE A Fox ll30Tho Value of Early Training 051 Huey 11 Appointment Committees Intermissionp i Workers Reward l2The Institute Hour E A Fox OpportunltyP4 Adjournment EVENINd SESSION sLDevotional Service 820ChlId Training In Home and Sunday School E A Fox isJconvention to be held In Stanford no Wednesday May 27 Delegates will bo entertained at dinner by tho members allof the various churches of Stanford school1adtilrod 1 MATRIMONIAL Georgiahieriod Sites Resells Gulley of Lancaster and li Clay Dunn of Lower Garrard drove to Danville and were married Spanler vied at W I H rrlns by Supt Gar land Singleton yesterday afternoon thisp010was mar vied last week to Miss Llllle M Huff pDgyaatea I eplopdfran I young farmer of tbo Hubble section will be married next Tuesday to Mile Suo Leo Harlan of Danyllle Rev H A Sumrell will perform tbo ceremony and the bridal couple will leave at onep for Niagara Falls and other points of Interest At old Paint Lick church day morning Mr Vincent Arnold so Miss Florence Burnslde were united wedlocks holy bonds Rev C Chumbloy of Lancaster portormfad the ceremony Miss Q Burnsldo was tho maid of honor and Mr W O Walker of thla place the best man The attendants were Mlstcs Christine Bradley Margaret WalkshEmily Cbenault Jcnnlo and Mary Miller and Messrs John Burn IIsreoThag Bellap0 e church was artistically decorated as the wedding was a very beautiful a impressive one The groom who Is pow connected with the L k N at Mlddlesboro is an exceptionally fine young man He Is very popular here t where he was located for a year or more The bride Is one of Garrard countys handsomest young women She Is the daughter of Mr anti Mrs J G Burnslde Is highly accomplished and has a legion of admirers The cer eniony over Mr and Mrs Arnold took the train for Louisville where will spend a few days going to A11 dleeboro Monday to mako that place their homo An elegant 6 oclock dinner was enjoyed at the brides horn Tuciday by the prospective bride and groom and attendants CBllRCIIATTERSthe Rev C H Chase ono of thee oldest ministers In the United States Is dead at Chicago Churchmen are gathering at Los An Roles Cal for the 160th General As sembly of the Presbyterian church Rector Frank E Cooly who has been In charge of Trinity Episcopal church of Danville and St Phillips church a Harrodsburg line accepted a call tot Episcopal church at Madisonvllle Ohio The Georgetown Baptist church has decided to support a preacher In thaaforeign field and Mr Eugene SalleeIrecent graduate of logo line been selected Ho will go to China next fall Five workmen on the Chesapeake k Ohio extension five miles south of pronelurel probably die SWEET WILLIAM tboprcentmulelacktbl one For furthurdutkUla address Ky INABOTH JR heavymanetW and pnhh and has extreme high action- andif worked would itep ns last as old bllthwl1lghsweltknownSal thirddamseason of 10M at our stable In Stanford at lIylngeoltMonev otrumoredtromflipmoney in due J It BEZLRV Stanford Ky GALTON 12910 Sired by Oambetta Wilkes S10J AlleeWilkes orbettorPrinceJrthe dams of 15 In the lilt J ofQOambetta Wllkes It the greatest living recordsfromjtroatIlrelthe list oxhlbltlonhone3 miles West of Huttonvllle at f10 to Insure fromtwoby ac andtionIf a ware Is traded after breeding money afteraW M DODO Ilustonvlllr Ky G I N GILLOCK proprietor The Tonsorial Art QOOltt HUSTONVILLE KY Call la when you wants clean Shave or a CatPNOTICE I School house to be built In district 2S known as hl Out District In Garrard co Sehoalhoma Is to be 24 feet wide 39 feet long 10 feet clear In cvlllng foundation of stone weatherboarded outside celled In side celling acrosn one end end to lIt wlo dove on each side suitable for black board with trough for chalk and eraser at bottom six windows three six feet with weights and sash locks houie to be SI feet In the clear with hall In front pre teat Iedold three fret wide school room to have two doors six fret 10 Inches by two feet 10 reachMs heavy wire screening for windows stud ing two by four Inches 18 Inches apart cllix 18 by 13 Inches JoUfs two by In Ghee 36 feet long lIre ers two by 10 Inches two feet apart Joists to extend ut least one foot over side ruftcrs two by four Inches two feet apart tongue and groove oak oorlng square roof on house house to Itreentrimminggood oak shingles for roof all lumber used kidsdsbidder All kids to be addressed to or left with J J Thompson one of the truxtev house to bo completed and turned over to the trustee by 1083 and all bids In by noon May 38th 1908 All work dmust be done In workmanlike underdsigned Thompson Prerchersvllle S C Illgsby Sweeney David D Anderson Lan castortrustees SUIiJrllltcndent ANTECARLO 226 12 Made over Versailles track In win nlng race Sired by Anteo 31854 that sold for 150 bylIallllwrmThus two crosses produced The Abbot thedbyAmericanAndrew Jackson blood Is for Cresceua04thechAmplontrottla ltal ton crones are responsible see for the tuatNai- gelding two next crosses are responsible labettertbo blood of both Antecarlo li a solid brown horse IS3 hands high weighing 1170 pounds pun style and One of the best posted men on trotting hones writes of him at fol lows 011routhtoa Jays In 1901 anJ I consider him one ol 11M fittest trotteis I ever drove or In other words newt laU as I ever uw I In tttn him trot a 104 salt tie nererrasadmewhlkheIn p ti to cart lie does not rent any extra McAuiSTEPII ourhaPENCE Standard hoeHetire of highclass Dullness horses lie has been surpassed Will stand at 120 to beIngbredmoney bf comet due Lien retained on colts until season It paid E H BUZLCT A Co S Spring styles In Queen Quality Shoes rJ m For women For Ease and they are the BEST in the world We Imo rNNY kinds in both Oxfords and Shoes 1 Cummins McC- laryCRITERION 1 f 17lJW Elegance SERVJES a If there is better brand of Clothing than the CRITERION I am unable to find them when I do I skull buy them as I always try to get the BEST The beautiful curved and well padded shoulders the close fitting collar the form fitting fronts that prevents them from breaking All go to make up iu my judg ment as good READYMADE CLOTHING as the market affords Prices S7GO to 81750 Look at them and see if Inm not correct H 1 McRoberts y i t l I 1 t P t I a SUMMER GOODS Summer time is here in earnest and wo have a very complete stock of everything you will need for comfortable clothing See us for wash goods such as White Goods Lawns Dimities Piques Ducks Linens Laco Hosiery Bummer Corsets Fans Umbrellas Ribbons LOW SHOES Slippers Ac We are offering many induce ments to buyers of Summer Goods Come to us and let us show you how much a DOLLAR will buy SEVERANCE SON TO REDUCE exceedingly nnd other groceries from now until the 1st of June Wo are also agents for Englehanls guaranteed cof fees try them they will please you Also have a full line of Shelf Hardware and Cutlery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTST- HE DRUGGIST + Has New Spring Styles of WFLLFfFF1RBe- st Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose oo 1iI t t cTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL JSntered n the post ofce at Stanford at loowfeJoM matter 2tobll h d uaay assn issav- i AT PER YEAR CASH crWhen not sop l J833OO will beehargel KNOXVILLE DIVISION 02CTraInlolniNortbl1Clam024It II innmiiiiTi M- olS n II South U 17 am Wo 23 + M111I2 pm A FOR RENT storeroom recently occupied byWm Severance VniVent for one or moro years V J D OW8LKY Go To George B Harris Grab Orchard For Bargalas Freeh line ot Oroeortes and Cakes Etc received Highest market callDig nbhlngOoo my f THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of enrglcnl and chronic diseases and for con aultatlon Hoard and nursing shall bo cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional blue due when services are rendered and must tv paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Rigs a specialty High Grade I I Horeee and Mutes bought and laid Feed horses receive personal attention Traygar Rice OEAtxns nv Whlsku Brandu Wines Beer Glnars Etc Carpenter Olostto DepotSTANFORD KYI belltoI JI D Wearer Fire anti Tornado Insurance The Home of New the largest in the work Assets as regards pol cy holders 69 Farm property In Cagey Garrard coln counties Phono 2L R B Mahony f Insurance Aaent Represent 1871003512 fU4360iti Stanford Kentucky I insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in too counties Lincoln and i asey who may be seeking In surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the itro ge t and best OldLine Com panlea represented and the eat pntsible rates are lowIPhone 8- 2Stanford Kentucky P Pa MYHAND Veterinary SurgeonI Stanford Ky Office at J It Beazlevs Livery Stable m I TUEDfORD9SBuctrDRAU6UI THE GREAT- FAMILYMEDICtNE Thedfonli BlackDraught has saved doctors more than sixty years For tho common fam constipationindigestion I plaints and fever bilious ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicino is necessary It invigorates andreg digestiontilnulates purifies tho blood and the of foul accumulations It cures liver omllalntlindigestion sour rheumatic pains sideache back constipationdiarrhea colds and headache gist has Thedfords DlackDraught- In cent packages in mam moth elm Never accept a substitute Insist on having the e ChnttnncogaMtdicino I believe Thedfords BUckDrautht li the bctt medicine on earth It Is good for any end everything I have a family of children and for I have them on foot and healthy with no doctor but DntijM A J GREEN BlackI For Sale Plttr secondhand tewing machines In good repair from SZ 50 up MORGAN BOONE Stanford Kr HCRUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a CalL STANFORD GREENHOUSE EVERGREENS Bsalam Fir American Spruce Arbor vitas Magnolias s Floral designs on short notice Bedding and Vegetable Plants of all kinds In season Phone 29rlng 3 J Lu Beazley CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO D11LBEJ IB FariiItnreMattInjj8Rag8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c+ MccbMY UNDERTAKER EUIBALMKIl And Dealear In lieRNESS 3ADDLSBY 0 Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder acbeHeartDlaeaeeflraveiDropsy Dont become discouraged There It a cure for you If nccotwury wrlto l r 1ennct lie has sunlit a life time curing net such cases as jours All consultations Free For years I had backache severe pains across kidneys and scalding urine 1 could Out get out of bed without belp Tho use of Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Cure ro stored me O WAGONER Knobsvlllc Pa PruEzlnts rocI Ask for Cook Book Free STVITDSDANCE CURE Pure Cure Circular Fenner FredonlaNJfI DIGNITY DARE COMBINED STALLION Fouled 1895 15 3y hands high weighs 1 200 mahogany bay with black points and a model In form with that wonderful style characteristic of the Chester Dare family so universally acknowledged as su perlor to all As a show hone he has mode a good record winning In nls class and In seepstaJI many bluo tree tn his 3year old form blcnltv Dare won 13 blue ties out of II shows In Central Kentucky In bar ness he Is very stylish well galled with pure decided action and with a little hand last fall a 230 gait a clip few saddle borsescan Ibowmaklnlt him a barneu horse of the highest type Under saddle he lijattractive bold with best of line action speedy separating hit galte perfectly with kneo action necessary for an uptodate sire Ills colts though young are coming to tie front and fast ranking one of the best of breeders which class bringsensational prices nil colts are large rangy with long welUset neck fine backs broad fiat bone with great action and best of colon I respectfullv Invite you to call and Inspect thorn before yonr mares PtnionEB Sired by famous Chester Dare No 10 A S II It he by Illack Squirrel SI he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 07 he by Washington Denmark 01 he by Gaines Denmark el lie race horse Den mark F 8 he by imported Hedgoford lit dam Llule Welch mont No f3G7 A T 11 R be bv William Welch Sal hebyBysdlcks Hambletontan lo 2d dam by Abdullah Sles J nger 3rd dam bv Gills Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welchroonts lit dam Iau line by Almort Forest S883 Will make tho season of 1003 at my stable In Huston rlllo at S0 to Insure a living colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits In lurance nod money beFomes due at time of such transaction Lien retained upon all cotta till season money Is Mares from n distance at 82 permonth Grain fed It desired at reasonable rates All bills must be before removal of mures Mares entrusted will receive my persona forlPhone in Residence Hustonvllle Exchange 1 MT VERNON Circuit court convenes here Monday Glneeog gardeners arc putting out a Urge number of plants S W Davis is at work on a proposl lion for water works hero A move stun foot to extend thoDrush Creek railroad on to the Jackson county line Several sprinkles of rain fell here Wednesday night and yesterday morn- Ing Flab are more plentiful in Uockcas tie streams than have been known for years J J Lawrence lightning slinger Is looking after train orders at Mue o- gee I T J W Brown and C C Williams were up at Woolrldce mines on Ideal business this weeK Mrs Dr Lawrence left Wednesday for Galveston to visit the family of her brother W J Newcomb Conway 10 miles north and Mulling Station eight miles east of Mt Vcr non now bare connection Prof J J Ping of Collegiate Insti tate Is one of our local boys and our people are proud of his success In hit line Tho Livingston telephone exchange Is bong moved from the drug store to the Pope building near central part of townWe understand that Mrs Fannie Thompson has purchased an Interest In the millinery business of Mrs Ella BakerFarmers are behind In planting on account of the dry weather This item Is probably not newsy to 100 per cent of the people Owing to Judge Morrows bad health It IB more than probable he will not bo able to preside at this term of court much to the regret of all The Mcrta alphabet Is the thing to use in your private notes and carrel pondence Cant bo read without key Costs 12o Box 44 Mt Vernon Fortyfive teachers attended the ex aminations held here Frlda and Sat urday Squire W H Hammond and Peter Shutts were the examiners M C Williams the popular drug salesman was hero with his many friends Tuesday L W Betburum was In Frankfort Tuesday or Wednes day e J W Smith and Jack Adams of palnt Lick were here Saturday Wm lfIcely the Haniford merchant was In town a few days since to ship sotno BO cases of egg Jim Woods of Conway has a pet rooster that crows every time bo hears tho telephone bell ring Jim U a re publican and threatens to decapitate the democratic bird C C Williams the leading lawyer of the mountains and like Uattus a great lover of watermelons has planted coo hills with tho expectation of using all the product blmtelf Henley V Baatlna appointment as assistant Processor in Purdue Univer sity was In telephoning department The Bastln Telephone Co feels proud over bis achievement W J Sparks Is having foundation laid for a commodious dwelling on his grounds acrpaa the railroad north of tbo Newcomb Hotel one of the pretti est sites and most commanding views about town Sparks Williams tbo big ballast contractors and lime makers have lately finished a largo store building at Sparks Quarry Gen George W Baker Is manager and a largo business Is being successfully pushed- J K Marct who did telegraphing at Mlddlesboro for many year has secur ed a position under his old superinten dent John Logtiden at Fast St Louts Jack tried Texas tome few months but was shaken up with chills so badly he came back to Kentucky Editor Albright of the Signal has added gasoline power to his presses and made many other additions to his plant and has one of the best In the mono tame With his various duties of look log after the Signal and his new boy at home be has plenty to do Judge Jobn Chenault of Hlchmond who Is a large stockholder In the Big QlirCoal Co Orlando was out several days this week mixing with bis many Rockcbstlo friends The Judge has large interests In our county and is a friend and worker for tho advancement and upbuilding of our vast advantages and opportunities Small pox has run Us course In those portions of tbo county which have been allllcted with the disease No deaths have been reported but much trouble and Inconvenience have been exper- Ienced not only by the aflllcted but tbelr friends and the public The health ollloers deserve credit for their rood work In controlling and stamping out the plague Our town with a population of GOO has three drug stores even general stores live groceries two millinery stores two harness and saddlery bous es one grocery and hardware one ve hicle dealer four blacksmith and wagon makers one undertaker three churches one collegiate institute two lime kiln one building stone quarry two ginseng gardens and several law pore and doctors An unknown man Is said to ha e made an attempt to bribe the jail cook at Winchester to poison Curtis Jett The men Is believed to have come from Jickson HERE AND THERE Three minors were killed by a cave In at Eglaaol Montana E H Harriman was successfully OIl orated on for appendicitis Kentucky Odd Follows are holding their grand encampment at Paducab Two men wore perhaps fatally injur ed In an automobile accident at Boston The plant of tbo Kenton 0 Toy Manufacturing Company was destroyer by fire Montana City Mont once a famous placer milling camp has been destroy ed by l1raeAdmiral Sohley was warmly welcomed by Americans on arriving at the City of Mexico New Haven Conn is praotioaUv without bread as the result of a strike of journeymen bakers Three Italians have been arrested In New York charged with wholesale for gory of naturalization paper TwentyQvo families were rendered homeless and property worth I2u0000 was destroyed by Ore at Chicago The court of appeals has aOlrmed the death sentence Imposed on murderor Whitney ana OBrien at Lexington E T McCabe of tho Pennsylvania railroad died In a Pullman sleeper while on his way to his homo In Pitts burgDr A D McCabe a prominent phy sician IUd politician of Carrluo Tex 8S18sslnMelville F Moore once one of the most prominent lawyers In Southern Kentucky dIed in the Logan county almihouso Two men were killed and a third badly wounded in a sensational shoot log affray In the poitoQlco at Sander son Texas Two school children died In Brook lyn Wednesday from the effects of the beat Three prostrations were reported in New York W S Smith who died at Carrollton was probably the largest sheriff In the State He stood six feet six Inches and weighed 380 pounds- GREATLY ALARMED By a Perslstant Cough But I Permanently Cured By Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mr II I Bur sItUtlet at law in Greenville S O had been troubled for four or five years with a continuous cough which he says greatly alarmed me causing me to fear tbat I was in the first stage of consumption Mr Bur bage having seen Chamberlains Cough Itemedy adrortUed concluded to try it Now read what ho says of It I soon toil a remarkable change and nftet using two bottles ot the Iro size was permanently cured Sold bf Craig h Hocker What Is ILPthe druggist sleepily Inquired from bis bod room window This Ish drug store aint Itwald the man who bad rung the night bell Yes What do you wont Want to look In your city directory minute an shea where I livePhil adelpbla Ledger KING EAGLE dsaKing Eagle Is II littfae high lark bay goes all the gait with plenty at speed style and action II by 1st dam by Eagle fUn led data by lied Lion 3rd dam bv Harris Itanaark lie Inr tillers Denmark 4th dam by Jin lieU thoroughbred NOTE Moral King was sired by the great On Time and Is a brother to the great Sllrer King and Allle 0 the show mare that sold fur 8108 King ffeglea lad dam U the date of Minnie Iloyu the great sbaw mare tbat Matt Cohen won everywhere with li I Mil and sold tor SOC- King Eagle will make the preterit season of heel at stable IS mUM west Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the low price of Elo to Insure a living colt Will also stand the groat mule and Jennett Jack Hilly Keene HI 810 for more SM for Jack colts and tlo for jennett colt to Insure a colt 11111 Ke me was sired by the ortdtreatPalermo 2nd dam by the sire of Joo Blackburn and Ilrlgnolta Illlly Keene stands full 10 hands high lack with white points sod as a breeder Hale unsurpassed as n mule or Jennett jack Ills tolls will show for tbemslpcs Will also let that great youngjack Jim Kerne servo a few outside mares at IS to insure living colt Mares traded parted with or bred ulse where forfeits the Insurance and money be come duo at the iliac of such transaction For further particulars call on or adds8 T HARRIS Ihone 78 Ring 3 Stanford Ky Spring Opening of Wall Paper We Ire receiving dally some of tho handsomest Wall Papers that have ever been shown In DanTlllo many of which were Imported The prices range from the cheapest papers to the most expnnpenslve specialties These papers ard dally and are on display at our store and all the of Danville Hoy le and adjoining counties are invited to them Ettl rnutua gladly furnished on all kinds ot decorating and paint Ing work done by dompetent men Paints and- WindowGlassWe the best readymixed on the market also oils varnishes and all leldsl painters supplies at the market prices A E GibbonsDOG Main St Danville e Kentucky I k SPECIAL BARGAINSF- OR THIS WEEK ATaThe New York store tf Mens ClothingI Mens Suits worth 65 fur 620H Mens 7 Suits nt 8125 MOIII 8U Suits eft 80 glens 1260 Suits nt 8750 hove Suits for 08c up tans everyday Shoos DGc MouV honvv Shoos 8120 Mens Fine Shoos worth 81fiO nt 41 Mens lino Shoes worth 82 at 8135 liens Finn Shoes worth 82 T drat 8176 Mens Fine Show worth 3at 32 MOMS line Shoos worth 8350 nt 82AO Lmlies Shoos worth SlCOnt OOr Ladlotf Shoos worth 8176 nt 51 Ladies Shoos worth 82 nt Slne Ladies Shoes worth 8860 at 8160 Wo uro also plying for egm this wok 12Jc per tloieii The New York Store Stanlord IIINoxtDoor to Lincoln County National Bonk Who Shan nil itseeelasaae t There should bo but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptions and that isThero are the best Drugs und most accurate compounding to be 131117 No motive or influence should he allowed to weigh against it When you do this wo shall expect to scTvo you When we fill your prcscriptiion every hug that enItors into it has the exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our wrvice Pennys Drug Store First National BankStanford Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was oriel nail v taUthe4re the Depoelt Hank of Stanford In 1145 nankStntord IIIlutrupted exUMBC for II years It Is better trtllllai before ID IU long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited CAPITAL STOCK 90OOOO Directors J D Paxton J II Owstey B II Shanks W O Walker Dee W Carter Ky Bu HIOn to The Farmers flank St Trust Oompany and under same maa oontlnuouilyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneOelal Ku IKy Officers J 9 BOOKER Irest J J McBOnBKTS Ohr 1W II WHAM flk- prDirectors V F lteld Danville 8 T Harris Stanford StalltOnW u K Ie Tsar Melfnll taT I 11111 Stanford Jas IloMoson Huhble BlnfordW iI It LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Officers 8 n SHANKS President s J D OW8 LEY Cashier fW M DUIOIIT Asst Cashier ycJurEyesAre JIfitting I Have Them TestedAt least once a year If your glasses have become scratch ed by frequent ipindont endanger jour eye sight by sing them Theyshould be change as soon as you dont see as well as you used to themICraig STANFORD k I NA BOTH Standard Rule 6 Hecord 2lf Sired 10016tItudo 217 and many others in tho list son of George Wllkos 5411 First dam Tinsel T of Hainblolonlan and slro of Klaino 220 ord2311 Second darn hoes sister to James IIowell Jr by lInmbletonlrrn StJullunbyAmericanHAPSBURG 509ei4 byWQnilorfnlUoy llarnaby6iONOTE You can see that Hapsburg Is a jmro bred Cleveland bny English Dounsdrlofimile bettor than 3 ralnutea Any one wishing a very high bred coach horse to brood on Standard Broil mart for getting style speed and action should 4 sco this horse Will stand at 810 to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid 10 hand 1 inch jack at 810 for mares nail 815 for jOnnete k grazed at E 2 per month which in all cases must bo paid before thov a 1Mares Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should Y any J K HAUGHMAN Hustonvllle ICJr Bring this Office your Printing1