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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 SEMI= WEEILV INTERIOR JOURNALt VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 26 1903 SAM NO 25 KINGSVILLE y Matter Eddie ttoutcn It lit of typhoid fever G A Walter hat improved the appearance of hli itoco wondirfully with frcih pilot There Is onlderable talk of a wed dice to occur loon but we aro unablo to Rive particular t Squire Smith Is building a ipteadld log house of tbo old Virginia style When completed It u to be neatly weatherboard The railroad company hat ooraoienc cd work on the pond louth of the de pot and will eitabllth a water tank nod then the round bouio a llttlo later Mr James Rowland formerly of Orant couity U very Ill with dropsy r of the heart Mack Wllltami eontln uot til but U now thought to be Im proving Master Obo FranoU has been olerklDir at W L McCartyi Rev It II JaDe Of Lexington fill ed hie appointment at the CbrttUan church Sunday preaching several good ecrmoD Mr Jonei U very noxious t that the member will observe child reos day Mlti Lucy Johnion was olected organist W L McCurly U painting his can nine factory and will nlo plant his dwelling and stare house and with the MacoabM will boo beglnthe erection of a balla large twoitory building the Sret awry to be uiod for farnlturel oto and the neoond for a public ball We hun an Interesting aMount a tow days ago of Grandma Uogue as she U called by those who know her wel Tbe lady we allude to le Mr Matilda Ilogue of Casey who U the guest of her ton William of near here She U M year oM sotwltbtlandlng she wears BO glaee and hat read her Bible thrt ugh time that the hn kept aoceuat of aadwvtral tiusee which she didnt OOUIL She U the mother of 14 cfatMrae She can plea quite and perform acv camber of like fats JoHN Virginia Jobeeoa bat returned from Verona where she bat boen rtt a Itlolt her titter and attending school D M Crelghtoa U visiting frleod In Sornnet Mr W W Walter and babY of Stanford wore the gusts of relatives here Mrs W Li MoCarty returned home Monday fray Stanford l wberefor tome time peat the hat bees uadertbe care of Dr W B OBanaoB Dr ODannon of Stanford wee here a few days since Felix TwMwell a- ftlr a roootba abwoM was hero last week taking order from our mer chests Mica Dora Klgaey It the gnett of relatives at MoKlqnev HIGHLAND Bora to the wife of IL IL Wall a girlMr Ida Reid continue very III Roe Baughe baby boy Dcaltham has been very III for the put week Elder Martin Owens fallod to reach r hie appointment at Mt Morlah Sunday and Elder Long tilled his pulpit- A Sunday school was organlicd at Greasy Ridge school house recently which meet at 230 eaohSunday after t 0000 Some of our farmer are still plant log oorn and tome aro getting ready to set tomato plants as soon as the long looked for rain comes I Mrs Martin and children who have been visiting bore for tome time have returned to their homo at Mt Salem Mlute Bmetlno Young Mamie Chestnut and Oennlo Chestnut have gone to Durnslde lo visit relatives 0t H Baker has returned from Somerset A Farmer Straightened Out A man living on n farm near hero Canto In a short time ago completely doubled up with rheumatism I handed him a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and told him to mo It freely and If not satisfied after using it ho need not paya cent for It lays C P Itayder of Patten Mills Y A tow days later ho walk cd Into the tore as straight as a string 0 and handed tno a dollar saying give me another bottle of Chamberlains Pain balm I want it In the house all the time for It cured meF For sale by Craig t A locker My Love Is the winter rose That sweetly blooms alone That has of rivals none and knows A beauty all her own My Lovo Is lIko a tender tune That wakona tender words Tbat fills December full of Juno And brings again tbo birds Her smile my sun her voice my songs Her face my flower of bUll Oh who could find the winter long With such a Lovo at thus V J ITheearliest extant manuscript of th o Hebrew old testament Is a copy of the pentatoucb now In tho British Muse uss ssd to tho ninth century I and tho earliest manuscript bearlnjr a precise date Is a copy of the prophets at6t Petersburg dated A D 010 wblle the majority of the manuscript belong to much later periods 4 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I M S Fife is dead at Oarrodsburg aged 07 An aged wife survives Robert Adam a wealthy himI CoMega Hill Madison county found dead In his bed flo retired in I good health Wm Powell of Danville and Leo Turner of Bradfordsvllle are contom plating the building of a big flouring mill at JunollonCity- Dlllard Fielder a miller employed by tho Waco Milling Company In Mad Icon while oiling maobltfory was so badly Injured that one of his panda bad to be amputated The Jung Brewing Company was fined ISOO In the Laurel olrault court for keeping a nuisance at Plttuburg The company Is In tho wholesale bier buslnoM at that place Oov Beekbam appointed W 0 Smith of Richmond special Judge of tbe Laurel circuit court to preside In tbe divorce proceedings of Sarah R Barelng against Vincent Borelng The judgment of the Boyle circuit court In the ease of the Cincinnati New Orleans and Texa Pacific Railway Co against Annie K Bell was alUrmed with damages She secured judgment In the court below for 1900 for personal Injuries sustained In getting oil a train at Danville A London special says Very little business has been dove In the circuit court at this place this week The only conviction was that of George Owens who was given one year In tho penitentiary for perjury Sol Gilbert who was brought bore from Texas on a charge of having killed Riley Owens was acquitted J D Holderman has arrived from Frankfort to take charge of the city light plant We are glad to have him inmate with us and can heartily oom mend him to the people of Somerset WHIR Gooeb attended the Sunday School Convention at Waynesburg last Sunday and says there were 800 peo pie present sod abundance of good thing to eat Somerset Republican Under a good picture of Mr M J Furls of Danville the Louisville Time says lie le the largest land bolder In Boyle county ownlcg 2500 acre of the best bluegrass soil on tbe onUktritof Danville He also owns 10000 acres of land In New Mexico Ue Is president of the Olttcens National flank of Danville and has on hand at tbe present time 1125000 worth of oat tie He Is one of tho most generous men In tbe blue grass and donates liberally to all enterprises ms subscrip tion toward the erection of the now Baptist church was 2500- LIBERTY The refreshing rain that fell Tbure day was u Godsend Mr MOle Tanner was called to see her mother at Somerset lust Thursday who is very III John R Wblpp hoe bought of James Glbony his livery stable and stock and U again In charge and running a first class livery Dr Winston Phillips paid a visit to Rolling Fork last Friday on profession al business Miss Amanda Stone paid a flying visit to Uustonvllle Ion Q C God by candidate for tbe nomination of Commonwealths Attor ney It In Metcalf county threshing the bushes for radical sympathizers Rah for Clay It n Eddy ol Danville Is hero re pairing the phones for the Green Riv er line after which an exchange olllco will be opened at tbo Whlpp Hotel In charge of Maurice Humphrey Hon George K Stono and family aro vlslllng in Monticello Jason Wesley of Mlddleburjr was over Friday looking after bis contest Tyler linker of Co lumbla Is In this county looking after his fathers Interests who Is a can dldate for the republican nomination for circuit judge In this district Mrs Elizabeth Llpo the devoted wlfo of Mr A Llpe died on tho 21t of complication of diseases after a lln goring illness of several week She and her husband came hero from Ger many 50 years ago and have lived here ever since She Will about 80 years of ago Tbo funeral obsequies woro per formed by Eld J Q Montgomery al the grave where many friends wore gathered to show their last respect to the beloved neighbor A Sure Thing It Is said that nothing Is sure except death and taxes but that is not altogeth crtruo Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Ieaeuro cure for all lung end throat troubles Thousands can tea tlf1 to that Mrs 0 B VanMetre of Bhcphetdtown W Va says I II alla severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I beard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Ooneump tlon Try it Its guaranteed by nil druggists Trial Lotties tyro Regular I sizes 50c and fl NEWS NOTESII A tornado In Kansas killed two persons and Injured many others Fire In u Philadelphia warehouse caused a loss In excess of a million dol I Edwardlllatwheat bin One thousand union minors are on strike In the Coal Creek district of TennesseeFour were killed and 14 injured as the result of an elevator acci dent in Plttsburg A youthful somnambulist in Brook lyn fell 70 feet and strange to say no bones were broken Mark Twain the humorist his wife and two daughters are 111 at their home on tbe Hudson Llndlo McIntosh and Johnsooobarg od with killing union minors In Hop kins county wore acquitted It Is praatloally settled that lion Chas J Bronston will prosecute Curtis Jettfortbomurdtrof James B Maroum Although her child was In a dying condition Grace George was forced to- go through her rolo at a New York theater The Rev William Lunsford of the Main Street Baptist church Bowling Green has resigned to accept a pastorate at Waoo Tex The lltb death took place at tbo Cor federate Homo at Pewoe when Veto ran Seymour Marratta of Spencer county passed away Infantry troops from Frankfort Lex Ington and Sbelbyvllle and 40 members of the Louisville artillery battalion wore ordered to Jackson Ashlanda manufacturing establish ments alone paid out In wages last year 1260000 an average of 878 M per month for each man employed The Elks National Home at Bedford City Va was dedicated in tbe pres eno of 6000 people Among tbe speak ers were Coy Montague and Senator John W Daniel Jesse Simpson a prisoner in the Manchester jail struck Thomas Na pier another prisoner on the head with a rook Inflicting what Is probably a fatal woun- dTwentysix male Dukhobors who marched Into orktoo N W T minus tbelr raiment were run out of the town by other Dukhobors and arrested by mounted police The Gray Jc Dudley Hardware Co of Nashville and tbe Mayberry Bard ware Company of Atlanta have com blood with a capital of 11000000 forming the largest hardware concern In the South Tom Mulllns at Pennlngton Gap Va shot and Instantly killed his broth or Caroy No cause for tbo act Is at signed He lied to tho hills but was captured and taken to Joncsvlllo for safe keeping At the Grand Commandery of the Knights Templar of Kentucky at Owentboro Frankfort was selected as tbe place of holding next years con clave George A Lewis was elected Grand Commander After putting to bed her two young est children Mrs Blvln Bachman of Slatlngton killed them by cutting tbelr throats and then commuting sul cldo by slashing her own throat with her husbands razor James Don under sentence of death for murder attempted to commit sui cide In the Lexington jail by hanging himself with a pillowslip but Jailer Wallace arrived In time to prevent him from carrying out his Intention Thieves supposed to be Negroes chloroformed tho Inmates of the house where Mr Lulu Hadlcy the Indian apolis chambermaid who refused to make Booker Washingtons bed is stopping and stole a purse containing 143 received by Mrs Hadley from Southern champions Tbo graded school building at Car- lisle was destroyed by fire A number of persons wore Injured by a gas ex ploslon and by falling walls Ono of those oerlously injured by burns Is the Rev F M Tinder a well known min ister Mayor Kennedy and Chief of Police Dunn are also on the Injured list Tbe property loss II 125000 Mr Joseph Iomlnville of Stillwater Minn after having spent over 2000 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 ets He did so and is a well man today If troubled with indigestion bad taste in constipaItlonaro certain to be more than pleated with the result For sale at 25 cents per box by Craig Becker Now John 1r11 ttwiully silly of you to be angry on account of that tnlllln oneImjWhen you want a pleasant physic try Stomach and Liver Tab lets They are easy to take and pleasant I in effect For sale by Craig do UockerI BON It C WARREN Who was appointed by Gov Beckham to bold circuit court at Mt Vernon In the absence of Judge T Z Morrow who It 111 We congratulate GOY Beck ham on his admirable selection To The Democrats of Lincoln County In due time I will announce myself a candidate for the oQlce of jailer of Lin coln county subject to tbe action of the democratic party and in view of the fact that Mr Barrio has announc ed that he will be a candidate I feel that I owe U to myself to make this statement now It Is true as stated in Mr Barrios card that It Is customary to give a good officer an endorsement but Mr Herrln Is not In condition to claim tbo benefit of this worthy cue tom It will be remembered that I was about to make a contest with Mr Herrln for the nomination shortly after the primary election which ho claims nominated him I firmly believed at that lime that I was the nominee of the democratic party for the once of jailer and have bad no cause since to change my opinion I realized that a contest would be hurtful to party harmony and abandoned the Idea under tbe follow log circumstances Mr Herrln propos ed to me that If I would not make the contest and would support him that be would not run for the ofllco next time but would support me Instead I accepted his proposition abandoned tbe Idea of a contest and did all I could for Mr Herrln In the November election betweenIout In the above statement For these reasons I dont think that Mr Herrln la In condition to claim an endorsement at this time and after giving the mat tor due consideration himself I believe that ho will come to the same conclu aloe DINK FARMER A Locomotive That Climbs Stairs A steam engine that can climb a stairway or tramp through a jungle is tho recent amailng Invention of Bra mah J DIplook an Englishman It is called tbe Pedrall The wheels are rollers mounted on elephantlike feet shod with rubber and laid down forming a combination of an Inverted endless railway with a walking or trotting machine This pedrali idea has been applied with particular success to traction en gines and with their equipment of feet these engines are quite Independent of roads They can cross ditches If not too deep or steep walk over plowed fields or rough stony plains and can even climb mountains Among the merits of the Pedrall lathe reduction of the wear and tear of the road surface Heavy vehicles with ordinary wheels do endless damage to the highway but the Pedrall In that It tends to beat down the projections without Increasing tho depressions In tho road surface actually tends to Improve tbe road- Furthermore the Pedrall gives the maximum of road adhesion and the minimum of road resistance A vehicle fitted with Pedrall can travel over the worst roads can be used where po roads exist can climb stilt viaducts and can surmount with ease obstacles in its path In trials the Pedrall walked oyer nineInch planks and passed over largo stones without crushing them Now York World The Best Liniment I have derived great benefit from the use of Chamberlains Pain balm for rheu matism and lumbago says Mrs Anna Hagelgans of Tuckahoe N J My husband used It for a sprained back and was also quickly relieved In fact it is the best family liniment 1 have ever used I would not think of being without it I have recommended to many and they always speak very highly of Itand declare IU merits are wonderful For sale by Craig h locker A Kansas man who advertised for a cook and a music teacher got nine re plies to the former and 3S9 to the latter a A fire ai Carlisle caused 125000 damage and Injured 10 persons ono probe bly fatally TRAIIfDxoci j 25 Z8 Want well fitting Clothes certainly There are two sure ways to get thorn One is to pay the bet customtailor in town 850 to 8100 for a suit The other WRY Is to pay us815to82o and get one of our Now Spring Suits IT PAYE TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied Te o mILLER Danville KD MANTLES AND GRATES Tyle HearthsExtra Cabinets to Fit any Mantle Write for Catalogue J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky I Summer Goods We have a full stock of The Perfection Oil Stoves Whlto Enameled Refrigera tors Ice Boxes Too Cream Frcoiors Screen Poors Sash itnd Wire Ply Paper Fly Traps c Call and ace us Phono 10 HigginsMKinneySTANFORD t Otin or Dot ewuo hiqo a AMERICAN SEEDING MACHINE CO 7TiltKentucKy Interchangeable Disk orShoe There Is that nomethlnff In the Detail Desltnvand Conitructlon the Kentucky Drill that makes It arpau another It Solves the Old Knotty Problems It runs freely dontdoc ha grit proof Fear logs la tact to nt the very tilt lw quality Otis mutt have a Kentucky Drill Our Catalog U It tells oil about our It U nandtomely lllu tr ted Write lor alDooir 5se IIIIW U co- IOUIWILLU KY I r 1a 1 its THE INTERIOR JOURNAL s E C WALTON W FRANK MC KINNEY Is a candidate for the nomination for Sheriff of Un coin county subject to the action of the Democratic ratty THOMAS D NEWLANI R Is a eandUjte for Sheriff of Llnceln county subject to the action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD- Is a eanaUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county tubject to the actten of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR- I candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject- to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is acanJUate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party r i Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge t M C 8AUFLEY For Commonwealth Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR For Circuit Clerk L F HOLDAM For Representativet JM ALVERSON A STRONG movement bas been begun In Richmond Va for the removal of the dead body of Patrick Henry from Its present bumble and neglected Jrave- In Charlotte county to St Johns churchyard In Richmond and the erec tlon of a marble monument to the great Virginia orator and revolutionist The Idea It to have Mr Henrys body Interred If poselble beneath St Johns church about at the spot where trail tlqn says ho stood while delivering his famous speech which culminated in tho words Give me liberty or give me death The suggested monument will be of white marble and under a cover lug like that of Clay In Capitol cquare A meeting will be called some time next week and a preliminary organlza tlon formed DR NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS of New York says be would consider an honor to make up the bed of Booker T Washington We do not know the doctor but suspect from his utterance that he Is a fellow of hardly sufficient t intelligence to make a good hotel boy bee living making or he might be making i up beds for Negroes Inetead of trjI 1 Ing to preach such rot as the above I IiTJIoSE who have kept tally say thatI has made over 200 speeches since he became president He has discussed everything politic babies marriage trusts tariff Idealism race suicide and what not He says many good things but he Is working his Imouth overtime and should glveblsI brain time to catch up ATOR MORGAN Is entirely right iSElog that some concessions must by both supporters of Mr and Mr Cleveland and their fol lowers before the democratic party can i be reunited That Is the simplest of f propositions and wise indeed will t be its fulfillment 1 ONE thousand three hundred slot machine t were publicly burned In Philadelphia by order of the director of pub t lie safety If such an order were made In Kentucky cities there are many peo I pIe who would not know what to do with their small change jATa business session of the Confed I erate Veterans reunion at New Or leans all ot the former officers were re 1elected and It was reported that 157000 had been subscribed for the monument to Jefferson Davis The amount desir is 175000 1adNEITHER of the old party president tial candidates will have the support of the Populist next year National Chairman Marlon Butler says The tPeoples party will nominate a ticket I y t POLITICAL Paul Heflln a young attorney was nominated for representative by the a democrats of Fleming tClarence H Keep of Buffalo has i been assistant secretary of the treasury to succeed Milton E lAltes was 100 years old this week is a good deal of curiosity to iTberehow abe got along during all the Years before Mark Hanna began to hold her up by the tall Lexington Democrat Deflclences In both the regular and rural free delivery service aggregating 1227407 have been reported as a result of the postofllco department Investiga tlon Congress will be asked to make an appropriation covering the deficien cy Ilia reported that the republican State Convention to be held In Louis vllle In July will be called upon to In done President Roosevelt In a resolu tion similar to the one Senator Fora J ker Is expected to Introduce In the Ohio State Convention 1 r + I J In Louisville an injunction was granted against Chairman Allle W Young and the primary seT for today Is being held- President Roosevelt passed an un eventful Sunday at Seattle reeling af ter his strenuous Saturday In the morning ho attended O A R memo real services and In tho afternoon rode to Fort Lawton He Is under guard of the secret officers and tho State mllltla Gov Beckbam continues to have- honors thrust upon him A late Issue of the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL shows that a very fine specimen of the genus asslnus has been given his name We believe It was Senator BlackbrJrn who said a man never reached the top rung of the ladder of tame till such an animal was named for him Lexington DemocratSenator Hanna went on record op posed to Senator Forakera proposed resolution Indorsing President Roose next nomination In the Juoe1Mrshould not be deprived of Its prero a the In this respect He also reiterat ed his statement that he Is not an as pirant for presidential honors The Democratic State Central Com mltteo at Frankfort adopted a resolu tion ordering the democratic Execu tine Committee of Jefferson county to call off the local democratic primary scheduled for to day The local com mlttee will not obey the order and declares Its purpose to hold the primary as contemplated The action ot Chair man Young was roundly denounced at a meeting of local candidates commit teemen and other party leaders It was the unanimous sentlmenl of the meeting that tho State Central Com mlttee had exceeded Its authority THIS AND THAT The Kentucky Dental Association convened atBowling Green yesterday Fire In a Philadelphia warehouse caused a loss in excess of a million dollars Prof T E Clelland has been en raged aa principal of the Burgle Graded SpboolSafe robbed the postoffico at Bowie Texas of 81000 In stamps and liDO In cash Two million dollars of burled treasure Is alleged to have been found In Western Oklahoma Arrangements have been perfected for the establishment of a national bank at Hodgenvlllc A small cyclone blow down seven barns In Warren county One man was serlouslylnjllred Clifton Branbam Is reported to have killed his wife and fatally shot his brother In Knott county Mary Martha and Solomon are the names given to triplets born to the wife of John Turpln near Columbia Paul Blouet Max ORell died in Paris from the etfects of an operation performed last year for appendicitis Turks burned a village in Macedon ia and destroyed 450 lives Women and girls were outraged and murdered Mrs Samuel Van Cleave of Kansas City was killed and three persons Injured by the overturning of a carriage Cloudbursts In Oklahoma have rendered hundreds homeless and resulted in property damage aggregating over 3100000 Refusal of the laundry drivers to sub mit their wage scale to arbitration prevents a settlement ot the laundry strike In ChicagoOwing a conflict with the fiscal court the Bluegrass Consolidated Trac tion Company may lose Its franchise In Fayette county Dr S S Scott a prominent physi clan of Northern Kentucky died at Erlanger He was a member of the Lopez expedition to Cuba Dr Samuel A Matbews of Chicago is said to have discovered a salt solu tion that will cure lockjaw locomotar ataxia and kindred ailments John D Rockefeller has offered 150 000 to the Washington City Y M C A conditional on the completion of a canvass for 8300000 by January 1 William PIckens Yales Negro ora tor made such an Impression on the daughter of a millionaire by his ora tion at Newport that she stuck a dfa mond pin in his coat The Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company Is to retlro from the control of the Eastern Kentucky coal companies Steps have been taken to give up Its coal department- In an Interview at Frankfort Judge James Hargls of Breathltt county de nies that be ever objected to the send lOll of troops to Jackson or expressed the Opinion that their presence was un necessary A syndicate composed of Ohio people has bought 230000 acres of land in Georgia in Ware Clinch and Charlton counties Tne price paid Is not knowc It Is estimated that these lands have over 400000000 feet of yellow pine standing The WllUamsburg Times says In a shooting match at Strunks Lane Sun day between Smokeface Bill Jones lAnd Seth Monfield Jones was shot In the breast and leg and Mowfleld in the thigh The shooting occurred at Dlca Angela blind tiger which is practical y the place where Iiham Strunk killed Kldwell and Westorfield last summer Dr Gaylor who attended themen says neither one can recover se fl rw ayt I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC L O King sold to Walton Moss a lot of corn at 13 W C Shanks lost by death a good work horse last week O P Huffman bought of Joff Hill some butcher stuff at 3c Dr J B Owsley sold to E H Beaz ley Si Co a horse for 1120 Eighty to 100 acres of good grass land for rent G W Carter Turnors vlllo 2t M J Farris sold to J J Allen of Hustonvllle 250 200lb hogs at Ole NewsMiss Sallle B Ray daughter of Dr William Ray of Buckeye Garrard county Is dead E P Woods bought at Lancaster yesterday 20 sheep from F F Hoblns at 12 20 per head- S C Carpenter of Mlllersburg told at auction at Atlanta Ga on May 13 50 horses at an average of 8215 Oa Bowman of Liberty sold to Fox fc Logan of Danville his good Naboth filly Annie D Eubanks for 1250 JECraig ot Rockcastle put 455 pounds of flesh on five cattle In 20 days Can any at our Lincoln county farmers beat that W R Cook of Lancaster told us yesterday that he had a sow to glvo birth to 15 pigs 12 of which are living Who can beat It9 There came to my place tome weeks ego a calf Owner can get it by paying for this notice and Its keep John Meier Highland Ky G C Fallls of the Salvlia vicinity has some woolproducing sheep He got 152 pounds off of 13 sheep one of which yielded 10 pounds Democrat Ryley Collins bought from Isham Ralley 3000 bushels No 2 wheat at about 75c from E Mulcahy 1300 bust rile at 721c from Merritt Woods 1000 bushels at 72o Woodford Sun Judge Rime winner of the Ken tucky Derby and a prominent candi date for the American Derby was an easy winner of the 810000 Hawthorne Handicap the chief attraction of Haw thornes oponlqg day The American Society of Equity wilt issue a bulletin requesting farmers to hold their wheat for lion the Chicago market This Is the first attempt ot the organization to secure united ac ion for the purpose of securing Increased values for farm products Two pounds each ol corn meal cotton seed meal ten pounds of corn en liege and as much timothy hay as they want Is recommended by the Maine Station as a itlsfaotory ration for mulch cows to be fed twice a day Many fat me re would doublloss prefer to substitute bran for cottonseed meal LANCASTER COURT There were about CO cattlo on the market and most ot them sold the prevailing prune be ing about 3Jc Sows and pigs brought 115 to I25 plug horses Sib to 150 a pair ot mules brought 9105 sheep 8225 per head cows 820 to 835 a few mules sold at ISO It was tbe smallest crowd In years and business was exceedingly dun HUSTONVILLE Samuel Owens has returned from the Wayne oil field and reports the pros pects of the Beaver Creek Co exceed ingly fine They have drilled five welts and being encouraged as they should as they are all good producers have placed the stakes for Nos 0 and 7 i Miss Kate Bogle our popular and efficient teacher Is an applicant fore school here and we hope she will get It J K Baugbman and daughter Miss Edna returned from NewO cleans after attending the Confederate reUn- Ion and that beautiful land of flowere much pleased with their trip Large and appreciative audiences attended the meeting at tbe Christian church Sunday morning and night Very deep Interest Is belug manifested In these meetings and the able efforts Ot Rev Miller will surely be rewarded The meeting will continue over next Sunday Mu W C Greening Is better Mu Mary It Green Is very sick again The Chicago only 85 Why pay 8100 whoa the Ohicago will do as swell last ns long and works easier than the 100 typewriter Lexington Bicycle Works No 48 North Broadway Lexington Ky State Agents tI t It THE GRAND LEADER f Figure Beauty- Secured DI Wearing The Fashion Hip 1 Model Perfect hoes the retail ol perfect cor elmiklng BeautifulFAbrics Wo hav a Ml line of this cobbniled Corset nt tUOO Short Straight Front CantUl Cor sot 4u NOTIONSN- ew Shell Hair fins file S5c kUul 15o Back Combs nt 10 IS ami 2So Shirt Waist Pearls go atM 35 and 60o set Ladles kneo length Ribbed Drawers 36o Ladies Drop Stitch Hoso the 26o kind 15c S WOOL 1MM4 of Rood wool wanted at the highest market price Call for seeks We want your wool E McOOIlM AOK Ol- lIutonrtno Ky Will alto s4at 1M Duck Jack GOV DECKIUM it St to Uttvt a llvlnc colt II If M rsJiM4 tilt that earsold Is try ore n A J A J 1M toy Gov WJ First datece 1w try Ipl- UUlgo tI toy InIWhen mtnt nt rrte4 wttfi sewn monty W eoss MaNS tunUahtJ erns l it per nwitti not mfoMlblt for accident cut rt of can t wok sock B D CA1fTERTotaenvete Ky A tt PRICK Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky flcaove UcBoUrU Drat Store laths Owiltj UuUdlni Stanford Ky JfflCAnvor Higglns A McKlnncys Stor Telephone No 81 Office in Myors House Recovered and repaired and made almost for a amount i can ai good at new Ox your umbrella batter than the tramp repairers and for lees money Give mo a trial PHASIC ATKIMH Stanford NOTICE FARMERSThe Drown Wire reefs h the strongest the most duraNe test fence maJe It fully rrovUrt fur epniion end contraction and Ute Stay wires are the same sire as hoiltoetate I wW sellany nelgnth slit fence desired See sam eggs For Life or Accident apply to E Office N W Oor Slyer Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best Tho Equitable strongest in the world Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casualty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness FOR SALE Tile Trlbblo House Junction City Kv loITer this wen known hotel with Furniture for lale It l t looted In Junction City Doyle county Kentucky at the crow Ins of the Cincinnati Southern and the KnoxTllle division of the L N It R and li the dinner stand for the latter road It U a large twoitory frame metal roof build ing containing 35 rooms fronting 200 feet on the L N R R and TO feet on the O 8 The lot contains about 2 12 acres of ground has splendid barn and outbuilding plenty of fruit and iplendld water This tl one ot the beat hotel In Kentucky has an established Commercial trade For further particulars write or call on A TRIBBLE Junction City Ky We have just received from the cele brated Paragon Shirt Wulst factory a largo lino of White and Colored Shirtwaists also nfull llneof Ladies Wash Suits perfect fitting garments A Fine India Linen White Waist 50o White India Llnun Waist colored Polka Dots I Very Fine White Oxford Waist very stylish ei2ft Met cerized Oxford Waist white or col ors el76 India Linen Waist New wide hand trimmed Monte Carlo front 6260 India Linen SultolcKnntly made 12ro 8800 MOO and e500 each Wo have recently added to swim Ue imrUnent a full and complete line of Ladles Muslin Undorvrtwr a few spa vials for a starter Ladles Muslin Oowns nlraly made centsMuslin Gowns Hamburg trimmed 74 itenta Ladles Corset Covers well made 15 vents Ladles Corset Covers trimmed 2V Ladles Corset Covers trimmed Val Lace 4 S- oSplendid made Skirt Hamburg trimmed able ISPECIALS Shirts go Special Prices on- Mens Clothing Dont buy your SUIT until you see oars we have the right kind EXTRA SPECIAL 1000 yard 10lnchwldo Hamburg worth and Me yard as long aw lasts goes at lOc yard order for as many to share in bargain as possible limit yards o each customer see our of in rear of G A It you deckle to n dollar one of tbete U8oral Icttl coats youll get thy greatest skirt I value that your money evrrbuught In the ant place the material is of brtttr quality than y u could ncarcely eipect In a skirt at this figure And then It ii rimmed With a vrry dnr flounce grid neat nut point about garment II way that It made F seam Is Slral and there placea fnr tbe dUll 10 ma men I s pike u cny LOa The best 8100 made duet proof rubles very bcU of Sateen Detur one at etM 82 See tills line before you buy A full line of LEWIS A CROft SKITS Mens IItM Shoes Wt an- suit fyou at e2 8150 S3 3160 awl 14 We can give you chokw of Pat KM Pat Cult or Vtel Kid or Calf The Shoo that fits the eye the foot THE JM B LEVY CO Prors B LEVYManapor WANTED aad sad ttc1fll1o doe kfi RaA JONES DENTIST DRaraW Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Flats- UMBRELLAS ant anI Insuraitct Charles Powell all Itt 8c 48 2u 25 In wo 10 for gar you are on R tho are se f nt tho stock in are to none in i We will of the till 1st at Tho 17 kind will go at 1426 Tho 25 kind will go nt 2126 The 30 kind will go nt2476Th-o885 kind will go OiO Tho 810 kind will go at The 60 kind will go nt 418pt r You have never had such nn pro eented to you eo now is your chance All elovos will bo sot up in your nnd H FARRIS S Ky For And GRADUAPItfOr SC- Ow II t Ivy a rTt1 EASY MILLINERY call and line Ladies Misses and hats post office building nIRS Dollar Skirt exchange elegantly rutileI tbllI IbonesUy Jeveetordr T rndmlttrt Mercorlwd aud3 CROSSETT Velour DolCl GRAND LEADER pemcoonsousehURERTCJRPEVTERArentAlso While figuring 11 house cleaning figure wit- hWittofornitiireCo Whore best goods cured pricesIOur New Mattings Carpets Etc second Central Kentucky RANGE SALE I offer eight BEST RANGES May greatly reduced prices ntSI847A opportunity before kitchen guaranteed CEO CO Stanford suitable WEDDING presents HUELLEK Jowolor Stanford Please complete Childrens SINGLETON hNillMlypily Great SHOES lowest I TbereisnoDiffiailtyAt demands of those who eeok qualIty 1wlll A grade Codec at COST andIother values In proportion 1pertectlyJ W PERRIN the Grocer 1- r 110 Main St Stanford Ky II WOOL WA TED a I will pay the highest marNket price for 50000 pounds of Wool Call and get sacks J II BOONE Livery Feel and Salo Stable Depot St StanfordtKy v THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f STANFORD KYM MAY 2ii 1008 H In fllllnK your prescriptions wo use propor1ons not do better It yon paid us double the drtyPERSONALS W A FowtE of Rowland le 111 MRS LKB BEAN of Crab Orchard li visiting Mlwei Cover ATTOttNa Y flKNUY JACKSON of Da- nfYllle t was bore Saturday LOKBNA HUSTON of Walnut Is with the MIMCI Dawion R D MAUONY spent yesterday Insurance at Mt Vernon MISS MYRTLE MIRAMS loft Sunday to vlilt relatives at Sioux City Iowa THE U D C will meet with Mrs J W Alcorn at 3 oclock this afternoon Mn L 0 BOWHU of Lima Ohio was the guest of Mil Anna Fish Cover Miss MARY Bum gave a 0 oclock J toa Friday In honor of Mrs Leo Dean MISS OLIVIA BALDWIN of Madison U with her sister Mr W U Shanks Mn DAVID Suture of Taylorivllle It visiting the family of Mr K T Pence NIL W U OAUIIY of Covlnglon spool several day with his wife and ion hero MRS W O LACK nv and baby of St Louts are with the family of Don O i A Lackey t DR AND MRS Panov Bn TON 0 L Brodhead wero hero Saturday the t latter ibopplnir MESSRS MORRIS Fun Robert and Charles Roscnsieln and others wont to Cincinnati Sunday MISSES KATIE MBRSHUN and Grace Waddle of Somerset are guests of Mrs J R Beacloy 4 MR s P BROWN formerly of Mt V rnoo has been elected city attorney at Mc lester I T 0 C CARSON of Liberty Is visiting f bis sister Mrs S P Stajrp near Done rail Lexington Democrat Mils JOHN MBTCALK took the trait bore for Plnevllle Saturday to visit ha son lion Charles Matealf COL AND MRS TP DILL pont tOV j oral days with his daughter Mrs Ben edict Spalding at Lebanon MR IlBNRY McCONNBLL wlfo and I lon Samuel of Lexington spent Sunday with Miss Lottie Helm I Mn AND MRS J N UOLTXCLAW o f New Mexico aro with her parents Mr and Mrs W U Underwood Miss PRBDA MBIBR and Bralle Meier of Danville spent Sunday with their parents In this county MRS MATILDA DAVIBSS who hat been Ul was able to go out to Mr Walter Fields yesterday afternoon Mn AND MRS IlBNRY D CAMI MBLL of Crab Orabard were guest o I Mr and Mrs James F Cummins Mn W R WILLIAMS and handsome daughter Muss Mario Williams of Huitonvlllo wore hero yesterday e MR AND MRS PT UunKEof June tlon City paiiod through here Sunday en route to Garrard to visit relatives CLARBNCR COLBMAN orders the I J sent to him at Loulivllle where ho ban i sA position In the L N freight ofJlco MR JOE UARDIN has moved his fam ifV from Corbin to Stanford They have taken room In tbo Caldwell i home MESSRS R G HAIL and W B Portman have gone to Stoccga Va whore they have secured good pallI tlons Miss MARY P SHELBY of Area Ula will arrive Sunday to be the gucst of Mrs J W Redfot d Harrodsburg Democrat MR A C SINE Is working up mem Vbers for the Maccabee Tent at Burn side He put in n tent ol 20 members at Pulaskl MR JOHN NEVIUS went to Mt Ver anon this morning to attend the com moncement exercises of Collegiate In l stltuto there Miss ANNIE SIIIOLD returned to Lexington Saturday after a visit t Mr and Mre W T Smith Mr E Slbold and wife of Lexington aro sit RueeteI SWEENEY who will coo begin the building of his planing cull here has moved Into a cottage OD t r Whitley Avenue MRS M O WILLIAMS and children left Friday for Oklahoma to vhlt rot a lives While absent they will spend time In Texas and other Southernsome They will be gone several months W T ROYALTY of Mlddleburp Saturday Be camo up to 1Mn hat but had not found one largo t when wo last saw him I wear a 71 and I find It pretty hard to g I bead gear said ho LOCALS FRESH bread every day at Willis r r FRED oats for sale by Carson at PoncoIIUCOW pea cane seed and millet seed at Higgles Jt MoKlnoeys I HAVE on band a sample line of nice lap dusters JO McOlary WOOL Wo will pay the highest price for wool Call and got sacks now Garten Pence V I SCREEN doors and windows at Hlg glee k MeIlooovIITHE Peony Collection Leagues of tho Presbyterian church will spend a social hour at the church Friday from 1 730 to 830 I u t olrcueColorado TbursdayI handDeeringCarpocter MorelaedIIIT Is nearing catalogue time for fairs IIheadquarteregrade work allow prices Is our motto r MAD Doo A mad dog bit two child ren of J U Reynolds of the Moreland section They wero taken to W F Clarksont madstone and It adhered in both cases M O REYNOLDS has sold to Thom as DeWitt of Butler Ind his 220 acre farm near Waynesburg for 81600 and will likely move to Stanford It Is generally hqpcd that ho will do so A CHANCE of schedule went late of feet Sunday Tbo Southbound pasieo ger No 23 now gore horn at 1285 i tL and No 21 the Northbound pasien changeiAT the examination for white teach era hero on May 15 and 10 six got first oleos cerMtlcates six second ono third threetand two patted A R Wallace white and Clara Lackey colored DRESSED LUMUBK Ioaddition to my stock of rough lumber shingles posts otc I have added dressed loot log celling and wcatberbnarding Tbo dressed lumber I keep In tbo cellar of my storeroom where It Is convenient to both myself and customers H J McRoberts 2t LEO OFIHerveyBishop a O S fireman was suffocated whllo go log through the tunnel at KIngsvllle onrwas out o was otherwise hurt The injured mao was immediately taken to Somerset whore bo resolved medical attention MR JOEIKIl BNULBMAN has a threeacre water melon patch on Mr W P Talcs farm which ought to bo a good ono The land dad been In grata until this year for over a half century and Is probably as rich a plcco of ground as thero Is In this section There are close to 2600 hills In tb patch S THBRB are two gentlemen living In tho PreaohersvlHo section only a cull apart who bavo cover seen each oche teat they know of although each lived at bis present abode six years more They are Messrs John Smith and W Perry Whlto and their hove aro In sight As they do not know eao other there certainly can bo no feeling between them and it Is Indeed strange that they kayo newer met Neither Is much of a visitor as Is proven by the present state of affairs THE court of appeal afllrmed tho de cf + lon of tbo Caiey circuit court In the case of J J Moore administrator of his daughter against the Board of In cereal Improvement of Lincoln county The verdict given by the Casey court was for 113000 It will be remember ed that a daughter of Mr Mooro was killed while going through tbo toll gate near Danville while soldiers wero readerge to mako It necessary to give further details THE announcement for sheriff Jesse C Lynn appears In another co umo There Is no moro popular mao nor hotter democrat in this section tho State and that ho would make sheriff none will gainsay A g business than not afraid to ozecu bldK an 11his legion tt friends and admirers will do all In their power to bring about Holcoun- ty best and moat substantial citizens Mr James E Lynn or CAESAR MINOR ono of the be known characters In the West ED died Thursday night For years Ml nor aa he war called ran a barber shop at Hustonvllle and for a long time ho was a successful barber but In later years ho became nervous and could not give as smooth a sbayo aa In days got10 This caused some of his custom Eore logo elsewhere and grazing had been short with him for some time Minor was a goodhearted honorable darlcey and had been called on to do moro favors than probably any man in the county Ho was always willing to servo his fellow man and cared very little for remuneration for his services Intact ho was a pretty talc type of told ha Southern Negro very few of whom aro now Hying A large crowd of both white and colored people attended tbo burial Friday afternoon and tears were shod aa clover old Minors body was lowered to Its last resting place Peace to the ashes of the good old darkey Fon SALE Handsome carriage al most now See or address sire Mattie V KirbyIITHE announcement ofJames C j Hays of the East Trod for jailer will appear next leavewePIANO Good hond piano for sale In good condition except nods tuning Call at this officeIISOUTHERN German millet seed for salo cheap Also feed sera and lead oats J H Baugbinan t CoIIWE secondhand binder for sale Has o anneGO to Sacray Sisters studios Stan ford and Danville for highclass picture at right prloes Quickest and best service 4t DEATH Mrs ElUbeth Simpson a sister of sirs John Bright of this olty died at Lancaster yesterday afternoon aged about 76 TICKETS for the Hoffmann recital are now on sale at McRoberts1 drug store Go and scours your seats before the rush begins FOR SALE 40000 sweet potato plants Brazilians 20c Southern Queen WIIhamTHERE are said bo 10 oases of small pox In tbo Hubble section Two of Mr James McKecbnlos children have the loatbesome disease t BY special request Mr Frederick Jl Hoffmann will render Beethovens Sonata at his recital at wallops Opera House Tuesday evening Juno 2 FLOWERS wishing flowers for decoration day or commencement exercises will please leave orders with Miss Cbrlsman at J P Jonesatoro Miss HELEN THURMONDS splendid I school at McCormacks closed Frldnr She took all of bAr pupils on a plant a and a thoroughly enjoyablo day was poetbTUB members of Stanford IIe Club will meet at the courthouse at 7 p M Wednesday to make arrange moot forthe June dante A full attend seas lajleslred ON account of the illness of her aunt Mrs Colmxsnll of Louisville Miss Kl la May Saunycrs has postponed tbo entertainment at Waltons Opera House to Juno Oth The original dato was slay 28 I ABOUT MAD DOGS There are two stages of rabies In the first the dog 01s restless and uneasy He has a back- Ing cough shifts from one place to another and toward the end of tho first stage begins to bite at the place of in harmrcan put out 3 becomeore anything that interferes with him tbnug attackha it willavoidCIRCUIT cotTRT begun at Mt Vernon yesterday with Special Judgo R C Warren on the bench The petit jury had been summoned to appear on the second day and the only thing doDo yesterday was Judge Warrens ablo charge to the grand jury Today court will get down to business right Tbero are six murder cease on the docket and besides a number of other Commons wealth and civil cases It will tako two full wecKs to clear up the big dock ofa thing MI Warren is very anx- Ious to do Gov Beckhama appoint esmeet of Mr W was welcome news t the Mt Vernon bar every member of which loves and respects II Honest as of his friends call him ofAbgcrowd was preseouod thretl oows paper moo a patent medicine man a fakir and an oculist all found ofgood grazing People generally wero 0to good spittle merchants wero doing workt0earlyInottsbeheld They como from all sections and the majority of them enjoy tho day hugely dtCHURCH MATTERS Of tho 62 graduates at Princeton Seminary this year two will go to car alga fields and 12 to home mission fields Last year 5475 churches wero built In the United States at a cost of ItO 000000 the average dally expenditure for church building being 8109589 Southern Methodists will celebrate was loya birthday by raising 8500000 for missions this year 1150000 for for olgn acd 8350000 for home missions Rev Martin Owens told us at Mt Vernon yesterday that ho would preach a Mt Morlab church Highland on the 4ih Saturday and Sunday in June The Chestnut Grovo Christian church three miles south of Parke vllle will be dedicated the first Sun day In June The dedicatory sermon will be delivered by Eld H O Garrison at 3 oclock In the afternoon Morn tag services will be held and dinner will be furnished on the groundAd vocate MATRIMONIAL Capt Butt and Miss Cera Cook were yesterdayRev Mo morial School and Mine Grace O Funk re married at MlddUsboro Thomas Payno and Miss Maude Pangburn both of the Klogtvllle eec lion will bo married at Pleasant Point chutes on July 28 A general Invita tion Is extended Will S Embry and Miss Yantis and Guy Davidson and Miss Beesle Batsoo popular society people of Gar rard Sloped to Cincinnati yesterday d wero married A Startling Test To save a life Dr T 0 Merrill of No Mehoopany Pa made a startling tee resulting In a wonderful cure He writes a patient was attacked with violent hem orrhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often ound Electric Hitters excellent for aouto stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months Electric Bitters are positively guaranteed for Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only Soc at all druggists Mammy awhowethe slave and servant of Presidents John Adams 103Iof NOTICEAll perOOODl having claim ucalait the es herebyquestedrequired by law on or before July 1 1903 persoosknowingare requested to settle tame with the ad mlalitrator before the date above mention ed L O liOSLBY Administrator BLACK HAWK JR heads14thjacksyouooks springs farm eve apes Halt of Stan mooeyduoJOHN U KKItlt NOTICE I It you think of bnlldlog or repairing we Allklndl8tbeveled poplar Mdlnc poor hardwood Celling ea+logs bota or cornice boards andturoedlathes white oak fenclne sleek gum oak or priceHUMPHIIKY Ky N A BOTH JR bevyDlftoestyle and flnlnh and saw extreme high action oldNabothomroldtblaNaboth Pint dam bv Messenger Chief thirddamteason of 1BOH at our stable In Stanford at Ilvfagcolttt blareetrxdrtorremoredtrotnhis money In One J R IIBZLKY Stanford Iy PRESTON 922 Vol II 101gbOne8IIICODT wAEtlOTtI 54 101SdamnotedhowaI he Is one of the finest ihow horse In thoCrootPreston will serve mares at ili SO to In rote living colt I monthoLancaster Ky G I N GILLOCK proprietor The Tonsorial Art Rooms HUSTONVILLE KY Call In when you want a clean Shave or a Stylish Hair Out The Combined Stallon DUKE of RICHMOND IWill make the season of atrey cum one mile McKlnneyl on Mt Salem pike MtH1eydue1 allce Is forfeited anJ In all cases money Is due ThreeNrsolJdukbest of style and action drives and tides nicety He LkntrerJimdambyIs a combined horse with a record of tiS 14 trial aig his dam was by Ken neralDukeEmbrysLulnlttonsee this Is as welt bred colt a Is In the county JackJimyeo1rlnlrntcclsk In breeding to JackR McKInney I Spring styles in Queen Quality Shoes I I G For women For Ease and they are the in the world We have kinds inf both anti Shoes Cummins McC- laryCRITERION alGICIL Elegance SERYIES BEST MANS Oxfords S If there is a better brand of Clothing than the CRITERION I am unablo to find thorn when I do I shall buy them aa I always try to got tho BEST The beautiful curved anti well padded shoulders tho close fitting collar the form fitting fronts that prevents them froth breaking All go to make up in my judg merit as goo- dREADYMADE CLOTHING I as the market affords Prices i750 to 81750 Look at them and see if I am not correct H McRoberts SUMMER GOODS Summer tlmo is here In earnest and we 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 Lace Hosiery Summer Comets Fans Umbrellas Ribbons LOW SHOES Slippers Ac Wo are offering many induce merits to buyers of Summer Goods Come to us and let us show you bow much a DOLLAR will buy SEVERANCE SON TO REDUCE exceedingly and other groceries from now until the 1st of June Wo are also agents for Englehards guaranteed cof fees try them they will please you Also have n full line of Shelf Hardware and Cutlery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL FPfItFtBest Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IZntered n the post ofce at Stanford at loondclau matter 1xbltLaaTtaaaysdFztdu ps lt 1 PERYEAR CASH Iit When not sopsldsaOO will beehtrgtd KNOXVillE DIVISION- o 21 Tnln going North 1115 O2 m It 238 a mmiitimntiiTiiii 025 II It South IMTsi- Wo 23 II 1rSTpm FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied by wm Severance Will rent for one or more yours J B OWSLEY Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Bargains Fresh line of Orocerles and Etc received market callIJignlsblng THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of inrgleal and chronic diseases and for con saltation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills Sue when services are rendered and must oa paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Rigs a specialty sold Grade Horses and Mutes bought Feed horses receive personal attention i TaHlor i icet DEALEBS IS Wliisku Brandy Wires Beer GInars Etc 1OarpenlerDepotSTANFORD KY Prompt anj polite attention Nothing but the lee to drink Mal phone cr telegraph orders receive trampi attention J D Wearen Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of Newt the largest In the I world Assets r as regards policy holders gO436OiS 69 Farm property in 10 Casey Garrard coin counties Phone 21 J RBMonyInSUrance Insurance flaent 11871063512- Surplus Stanford Kentucky Solicits a share of the patronageo- f of the property owners In the counties incoln and t asey who may be seeking In surance against Yire Lightning and Tornado None but the itror ge d and best OldLine Com panlus represented and the low rat possible rates arc guaranteed Phone Stanford Kentucky P P MY HAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J K Bearleys Livery Stable f EDfOR D9S BLAChDRAUGDTV THE GREAT FAMILY MEDICINE ThedfordV BlackDraught has saVed doctors more than sixty years For the common fam tipationindiplaints and fever biliousness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is necessary It invigorates and ulates tho assists digestion- etimulatee action of tho kidneys purifies tho blood and tho of foul accumulations It cures liver compltlntlindigestion sour troufleeconstipationdiarrhwa colds and headache L ery gisthasThodfordaBlack liraught- to in mam moth size for 100 Never accept a substitute Insist on having tho ChattwoogaMedicine 81ackDrauJhtItgood for any and everything I have a family children and for I four years have them on and healthy with no doctor but rootIDraught A J GREEN IKtwv I e t M4ew5 a Goff3le It ibittodarrsladsle llw t For SaleIFifty secondhand sewing machines In good upMOUOAN Stanford ICy J La Beazley CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmers itSODIALMII FurnHureainttlnsjsRiiji8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JFG+ MccThMY UNDERTAKES EMBALMER And Doalear In HABNESS SADDLBBY SO Stanford Ky Sale of Valuable Property ON TUESDAY JUNE sd 3go3 If M sold privately btfcn we wp oiler the wen known Poker and llcfrhic tans for salt on trie retakes la U o4r Kv to tttt highest MMtr 1M sale b aie fw the purpose of dlvlaln proerty TIle farm conbts of o acm of lbly productive land psrtly kxalftl wttMn the Hnns of the city of Uncisttr with a trick rtsMMKe Mil sob slaaaal bGlIfinlfl of aS kiwis aceHiy la suk a home attractive ad codforUM fronting on Rkh mond Ave The und Hs well te under gad fence and the hllMaI slate of cultivation yielding bus dent cr of limp tobacco corn wfeett MiMfrsss etc There Is no better soil or men valiuMc prop wateredTERMSwho will ake pure In showln the prelses banyone II C MRS SUSAN FISHER DR FENNE- RSKIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder ache ifeartDtseaeearavel Dropsy Female Troubles Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you If nuccsaury write Ur fennct Ho has spent a life time curing Free suck cases as yours All consultations For years I had backache severe pains across kidney and scalding urlno I could not pet out of bed without help Tbouseot Dr FennursKidney and Backache Curo re stored me O WAGONER KnOAsrllle Pa Druselnts 50c tl Ask tor Cook BookFree siviitis DANCE CURE Sure Cure Circular Fencer FredonlaN OfI Election Notice Regular tern Lincoln County Court hell May nth 190 Non Ju P UaHey Judge fielding In the matter of the pttltton of W D Elmlston and J C McWhorter and ocers for a local option election In Crb Orchard Magluerlal Ulct No In Union County Ken tucky Judgment The written petition of W D ElnUton J C Me Whorter and others asking that an election be held at Crab Orchard Material District No In Lin coln county Kentucky on the s3rd day of June igoj j take sense of the legal voters In said dltr ct who are qualified to vote at an election for county of ficers upon the proposition whether or not Spirituous Vinous or Malt shall be sold batten or toned In said district and asking that the provisions the law and prohibition shall ap 4y to all druggists lor said district having been received by Jai R ley Judge of the Lincoln County Court on the ajfd day of April too and having been filed In open court and an order noting Its said filing having been entered In said Court at a special terra of said Court held on the ijrd day of April tooj the matter came on fur hearing upon the said petition and the proof and it appearing to the court from the petition and the proof heard that the said petition was signed by all of the parties whose names appear thereto and that each one of then are legil voters In salt district and quail lied to vote at an election for county officers and also likewise appearing to the court that of the sari petitioners 109 are legal voters In voting precinct i and are legal voters In voting precinct No a which are the only two precincts In the sari district and at toe last preceding general election there were cast In salt voting precinct Mo i aq j votes and In said preclnt No a air votes ant so It therefore pearing that numbers the petitioners from each of the said re p ctlve precincts are more than ij per cent of the votes cast In the sold respective precincts at the last preceding general election and that the sail petitioners have In all respects complied with the law Ills now ordered and adjudged by the court that an election be held In Crib Orchard magisterial dUtrlct Nu In Lincoln county Kentucky on the sari stay of June I90J for the rorpose or taking the sense of the regal voters in said district who are qualified to vote at an election for county officer upon the proposition whether or not Spirituous Vinous or Mill Lkjuors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein and Is fur User adjudged that the provisions of the law under which this election Is ordered and prohibition shall ap ply is all druggist In salt district M S Baujchman the Sheriff of Lincoln county Is hereby directed to open a poll at each of the voting precincts to wK young precincts Nos i and i In Crab Orchard Magisterial No a In county Kentucky on the a3rd day of June LIncolnI the purpoM ol taking the sense of the legal said district who are qualified to vote at an for county officers upon the proposition elecllonI not Spirituous Vinous or Malt shall bartered or loaned therein the sill provisions law ant prohibition to apply to an druggists In district A Jry Attest salJr GEO B COOPER Clerk Lincoln County salikt eOTtiasln3ta a atir HERE AND THERE Forest fires ate taglog again In tbe Adirondack Proper worth 1100000 was deslroyc bjr lire In Brooklyn Fire at Hnrriburg Pa destroyed a ettel mill valued at 1250000 Ten men were Imprisoned by a cavo at beliefs coal mine near ClcvolandInt Near Tarrs Station Frank Collier had two floe steers to die from eating clove Two men died from the effects of tho heat at Cleveland O Three others jtfct prostrated E B Jtussoll who served In the wnr for the Independence of Texas died Dt Dardstown of old age Tho historic elm tree at SuringfleN III planted by President Lincoln ItS blown down during a storm Suit for 4000000 alleged to be tlue an od bond istue has been file Ion the Texas and Pacific railroad William Picltens who recently wou IIn oratorical prize at Yale has retolvci three f50 sold pieces from an unknowi personA of drunken negroes engaged In a fight in Wolfe county and fivo of thom wore wounded One of them a woman may die Over 3000 promotions of poetotlk eolerk have been canceled as a result of tho nev classification which was authorized by Congress The big Denver strike in which 10 000 men and women were involved hils finally been settled both aides maklnj concessionsA who attempted to shoot at officer In the court room at Corinth Mis was shot down by a posso after an ex citing chase A permanent treaty between the United States and Cuba Incorporating all the provisions of the Platt amendment was signed In Havana Two leading ticket brokers of New Orleans were sentenced to prison for violating United States Court InJuRe tion as to Confederate reunion railroad resignation of John C Algaod the rural mail carrier at Gallatln Tenn has been accepted and Postmaster Genet al Payne ordered the resumption of erv fan on the route Gov Beokbam will be called on te appoint a special Judge to try Caleb Posers tho Court of Appeals having sustained the motion that Judge Cantrill vacate the french As n result of posted warnings ordering all negroes at Balllnger Texas to leave the town the Mayor has called on tho lawabiding whites to act as a special police force in protecting the blacks A number of applicants for teachers cortlficttesln Knox county have been re jected owing to the fact that It was tile covered that duplicate copies of the examination questions had been secured in advance OTTENHEIM John Wentzel Is adding beauty to ble store room bv applying a fresh coat of pain Two sisters of the Catholic faith arc going to take rooms at the hotel next week Elroore Slier says that be saw a wild cat near Pointers Spur where be was squirrel hunting Mrs G A Adams was summoned by telegram to the bedside of Master Oscar Kersey who 1s seriously with typhoid fever Wm White Jr who baa been sort ouely Is so be can stir around agate As Mr Whlto Is a promising yourg man we are glad to know of his Ira provemcntS a clever quiet good old mm was called away by death a few days ago Although he had bean nn invalid for some time his death was unexpected and was a shock to his fam lly Geo Pleasants and Wm Anderson began soon Thursday morning shear- Ing sheep and they both sheared 11 be fore dark Anyone not done shearing and wanting fast bands they are the ones to get- Btshop McCloskey Is paying our own a visit At present writing we do not know what his Intentions are but re expect It la to make arrangements for a college and an Infirmary comblc od which will be a boom for us Cbas Enslln the hustler of Otten helm has bought a large boiler and en Irloe and says he will soon be able to Rut from 8000 to 10000 feet of lumber a day He has got a three years run on the Russell tract at that rato Four weeks ago everyone was want ng it to stop reining now they are all ranting It to rain which shows that the human family Is never satisfied If they bad the earth they would not be itUUed they would want a barbed rlro fence around It It has been rumored among us that J H Edmiston of Crab Orchard U bout to announce himself a candidate for sheriff and If be does we think the honor ought to be conferred on him no nicer and cleverer man ever walked the streets of Crab Orchard Mado Young Again of Dr Kings Now Life Tills each IOne two weeks bw put me In my teens again writes D II Turner of Icmpsoytown Pa Theyre tho best In the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels urely vegetable Never gripe Ony 25c at all druggists 7Isi kitlt PAINT LICK Will Uonsley ibguest of Jams Murry tblslectlonJim Smith a to us for lUG Jack Adams sold to Iko Arnold a mare for 160- Rucker Jennings are having their store house painted Will Tudor left for Louisville Fri day where he has obtained a position R L Jennings bought of Dr L D Nichols his property at this plaoo for ISoo Dr L B Nichols ot Washlogtoi county visited this place this week Mrs Judie Chestnut of Brodhcad 18 visiting relatives hero James flack er who has boon on a visit to his parents has returned to Virginia FAIR DATES The following is the list of fair date fixed for this year Richmond July 13 Gdsrt Crab Orchard July 23 4 days Georgetown July 294 days Cynthiana July SO 4 days Iluitonville July 20 days Danvlll August 4 4 days Madisonville August 4 days Rrndhead Aug 0 3 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Drunk August 18 4 days Lawronceburg August 18 4 days Liberty Aug 10 three days Shophordsvllle August X 4 days London Aug 26 three days Somerset Sept 4 days Dardstown Sept I 5 days Elizabothtown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 16 4 days Owonsbcro Kentucky State Faire Sep tember 21 0 dillS Quick Arrest JA Gullodgo of Verbena Ala was twice In the hospital from a severe cue of plies causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Ruokltns Arnica Salve quickly arrcwlcd further Inflamtaa lion and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25c at all druggists KING EAGLE ldtbdarkneed stto and action eleed to Royal KlM Utdam by Ragle lllrd turf dew tal IM Lion Ird dam by Harris Denmark lie Miller IHsustark Sib dam by Jim 1111 ltorsghbrdNOT48oval King WM sired by tM roet On TliM and In a brother to the greet Silver King and All 0 Lbe grist show suave that sold for 1090 King Eagles led dam k the daB of Mlnata Boyd the grist show mare that Malt Ouhee woo everywhere with U 1M and sold for SUM King Eagle will make the present season of 19M at eey stable IH miles west of Stan ford oa the Shelby OItfllike at tile low nee Of JIO to Insure colt Will ales stand the great mule and Jennelt Jack Billy Keene at 311 tub mares M for jack colt and 810 for Jenoetl colt to Insure a living colt Hilly Kerne was sired by the lteportedIaletmothe sire of Joe Illackbarn and Hrlgoolla Hilly Keene stands full 10 hand high black with whilotoiat and as a breeder lie ls uneurpeaedse a mule or Jennett JaCk HI t will show for theraslpei Will also let that greet young jack Jm Kerns serve a few ontsldo nares at f 10 toinsuro living colt Mares traded parted with or bred eke where forfeits the Insurance and tnoooy becomes duo at the time of such transaction For further particulars eall on or adds fI T IIA11IU3 Phone King S Stanford Ky EAGLE BIRD The winner of the 8W8 saddle stake at Lexington also the winner of the sweep- stake premium at Lexington and winner of the premium at Versatile Eagle lllrd was sired by Eagle winner of moro than IS ties tat dam bv Star Ragle son of Cubbells Lextnctou lad dam by Hamlet Denmark 3rd by Harris lien murk 14th dam by son of Imp Albion Nuts illyd as a show stallion or as a breeder of highclass horses Is unsurpass ed Ills colt are In demand and arn soiling for the highest prices Eagle Bird will make the present season at John Cooks stable tbe barber of Stanford at the low price of tie to Insure a living colt Mares traded or with or bred else where forfeits the Insurance and monev be cornea due at the tlno of such transaction For further particulars call on Jobn Cook Stanford Ky WOODS UIIOS Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Kstolle 3IDH Sired by llcadl Oolddnst 4IM by Oolildust 150 by Termont Morgan dam by llcodl an Imp Arabian stallion Dorsey Qolddusti dam Florence by Golden Mlngo Chief a son ot talis Morgan descending from Justin Mor ran making him an Ulcn clv Inbred Morgan stallion the best family of road horses mown Dorsey Oolddiut Is a dark bay full III hands and weigh 1200 pounds A proe- m and uniform breeder ot high class tad Eastern boraoa combining all thequHl ties for harness and saddle and are In nand at top price Will make Urn present eason for proved mares at my farm SK Jlles from Stanford at 820 to Insure a llv Ing cot Money duo when colt comes or mare parted wi- thQUASI 2127 In French Coach lone Stud Book of America also in Kepubllqua 1rancotio lavas Natlonaux No 12663 Imp by M II timer k Co In 1808 Winner ot first prize at the National Universal at larls France In 189703 competing with talllons and unbeaten In America Color bay small star black points 1CK hands ugh and weighs 1350 pounds Possessing Kjtb speed and action his colt are broody looking large rangy uniform In color and arm with unusual step and action Will make tho present season at my farm rear Btanfotd at lID the season Money due when service rendered or SIS for a living colt Money due when colt comes or mare farted with Mares kept at SOc per week on grass The best ot attention given no responsibility or accidents or escapes P REID s s4tyhy aeqpQd SPECIAL BARGAINS n FOR THIS WEEK AT The New York Slope Mens Clothing lions Suits worth S5 for 208 Mens 87 Suits nt 8425 BoysSuitsShoos 8120 lions Fine Shoos worth 81CO nt 61 Mans Pino Shoos worth 82 nt 8135 lions Pine Shoes worth 8275 tat 8175 Mens Flue Shoos worth 88at 82 Mona liuo Shoto worth 8350 lit 8260 I4Iulios Shoos worth 81M nt tr Ladies Shoos worth 8175 nt 81 Lndios Shoes worth 8115 Ladies Shoes worth 8250 at 8160 We nro DOelpaying for PJJJ this week 12Jc per dozen The New York Store LKu Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank WhO snail nil 111 There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to your Prcscriptons and that isThoro are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should ho allowed to weigh against it When you do this wc shall expect to serve you When we fill your prescriptiion every drug that enters into it hUB the exact potency the physician desires Our charges arc just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This ltltlltkJfl was established as the Deposit Hank of In iRS ofStanfordtbe flat National ha ik of Standard lu Hit having had practically an uninter rupted existence tor 41 fear It Is batter new with fadlilles for raeloRbwlueae promptly and well than ever before la IU long aced honorable carper Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKI 311 Iaxten J D Owsloj 8 II Shanks W O Walter Oeo W Carter Successors to The Farmer Hank tTrust Company and under same oontlnuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually bnneflrial Goods a Call sta take Stanford Stanford I- K Officers J 8 IIOOKKK Ir st JJ McROIIBKTS Obr Wll Directors rV Reid Danville 8 T harts Stanford J 8 hooker Stanford W P Walton UilnctonK Tanner Meltinuy M U RlsBorit Stanford 8 II Stanford T P lull Stanford Jas Robinson Hobble J II llaucbcaan Stanford W p Tate Stanford n CAPITAL STOCK 90OOOO Directors 8 n SHANKS President s J n OWSLEY Cashier W M UUtOllT Asst Oashlin rcrn EyesAre e0l18tnntl badlyfitting Have Them TestedAt least onco a year If your glasses have become scratch cd by frequent wiping dont endangor your eye sight by sing them They should be changed as soon as you dont seo as well as you used to through them Craig Hocker Suits for Men Boys nest Children Also a Splendid Lino of Manufactured by tho very best in the country Call and see WaE PERKINS HI C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive WBARRXIlkpr itarghsse Officers STJtNFORDI CLOTHINGA lUL1l111fiiCturCISI Crab IKySTANFORD GREENHOUSfL EVERGREENSBalsam Fir American Spruce Arbor vitas Magnolias Floral designs on short abase IledJVisr aUlootPhone