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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 I 4 WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL fVOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 18 1904 8 A M NO 6 I1 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC W L Martin of Saufloy has 20 70 pound suoatt for talc FOR BALK 100 owes end 75 Iambi Coulter White MoroUod FOR SALB 42 bales of good tlmo 1thyhay Address Box 33 Crab Orob 1 ard Ky D n Prewltl bought of Clol Crawford a farm of 75 acres near Parryflllo for 15300- J P Cook told to DIddle of Dour a n evearo1d Jiclefor 550Lax the mule silo of Sander It Dur at CampbalUvllle 115 were sold at 135 to eiOO 4boo Dicks cutting box and horse for sale Ky cheap 0 T Bobon Poland China boars of the Sun Beaut7 breed subject to regis for sale W M Bright Stanford bad a floe horse to die of lockjaw Nedoeday The aol h mil stuck a splinter la tbo heel of 000I I of his feet I am In the market for hemp and wll to receive It at Minors old mill end at p Duncan Wares housa R M West nyatlsviUo Chicago labor loaders have bough 30000 acres of land In Mliilstlppl I which will bo divided low farms to be sold tc Idle union labor men I L K Rogers told to McAHster Bros of Lexington tho One green trotter Thomas trial 2112 by Nlgbtba lc dam spa by Meiicoger Chief for 3000Ad voo to Commissioner Yerkes his sent to the Ways and Means Committee with a recommendation for Its passage a billy that will permit the unreilrlcted sale of unitemmed tobacco In the natural leaf without tax or charge of any kind t Scott Hudson the celebrated trot ting horse driver has placed an order with Ted Dantoo of New York City t the most famous animal painter la the world for the largest piloting of a t horse In motion that has ever been ex I ccutod Tbo subject Is the noted sev en year old brown stallion Kytbmlc X001At the sate of J 0 Murphv effect at Powari Casey county Wednesday nine yearling mules sold at tOO 26a combined horse broughtllWtntllcoow sold at 1292 to 110 one twoyearold mule IU3 25 calves 11076 00 pound stoats U 20 corn In crib 600 A Rood crowd was present end bidding was lively WAYNESBURO Mlis Docla Goocb vrlll open a One lot of millinery goods In our town Saturday It D Padgett Is able to be out after a protracted attack of grip Miss Birdie Gooch left Sunday for Science where she will go Into the mlllln ery business Miss Vorna Goooh Is homo from a visit to friends ID Somer sot Dutch Gooch and family will go i to Burnslde la two or three weeks to 4make that their future home Dud Gooch cad family loft last week to become citizens of Somerset L G Gooch left for tbe city today to lay In i a big line of spring gpods Mr and Mr W B Dicks were visiting their children Mrt Stella Johnson Is still at her fathers at Mavwood Mr Eva Singleton his returned to her home lo Louisville Sbo camo home to tbe funeral of her grandmother Mrs Er mine Padgett Mrs Ellis Floyd con tinues very sick at the home of her son In law MoHonry Oooob Eugene Gooch Improving some Miss Etta Dungan is visiting Miss Maud Stroud Harvey Acton left with bis family for Indianapolis expecting to mike it his t future homo Mont Howard to step plojy high now Mill girl bas gotten home from Knox villa HUBBLE acorn Wilder sold his crop of tobac co for O- cWill Wilder sold his tobacco for 80 at the barn J A Hammonds Is In Cincinnati this week buying spring goods v Eld F M Tinder will flll hll ap at the Christian church Sunday afternoon M B Eubank told a borne to New York parties for 1400 R L Hubblo has a mule 23 year old once owned by his father Mre Annlo Holtzclaw has returned from Wyoming Miss Salllo Anderson Markeburytwere guests of Mrs J 8 McKltrick L O King lIon the sick list JSWeaver of Wayne county was In thus vicinity last week looking for a farm Inaflmmatory Rheumatism Cur ed William Bhaflcr a brakeman of Dennl son Ohio was confined to his bed for several weeks with inflammatory rhouma tlim I used many remedies he says Finally I sent to McOaws drug store for a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm at which time I ws unable to ute hand or- t foot and In one weeks time was able to gO to work as happy as a clam For sale by W N Craig IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W S lie of Anderson countys richest men Is dead Jo bua Nowhall of Paris has just celebrated his 100dth birthday John Ooavner wee killed and David Wise wai Injured by a falling tree in Clinton county They wcro wealthy farmers Tbe Dlllehay Brick Co Is the latest Incorporation for Danville Edward Dlllebay I president and general man agar and Robert Dlllehuv Is secretary and reaurerIOur Information le deemed reliable that a democratic weekly newspaper will bo launched from a now printing plant just purchased and Installed at Uootlcollo The enterprise a promts log ono will be under tbo management of Mr Msbslof some experience and much aptitude for tbe business Sam erset Journal J B Stevens arrested at Add by Postodlce Inspector Oldfleld Is lo jail at London In default of 12600 ball for his appearance before the Fed oral grand jury Tbe arrest of Stevens It le thought will be the moans of un earlblog a gigantic swindle that ha been going on for the put 17 years The charge le that of using the mall e for fraudulent purpose The Grecian Bend The edict of the Dress Makers Con ventloo that women must once more assume the distortion of the Grecian Geed Is not an unmixed evil The lid wo all laughed at 80 year ago Wit merely a good Idea gone wrong In ex aggeration The common fault Is the careless at tltudo bulb of men and women it the swayback slouch Tbo frightful example ot this offense stands inelastic oa Its beets with stomach protrudin- and his chin drooping lazily upon hi flattened chest The enlightened pus lOll him with sbuJdar declare that our men are not well set up There ii a suspicion that women would more often fall under tbo same crlllcUm but for tbo kindlier concealment of their draperiesA statute or a statute of any age representing strength or grace is poised lightly upon the ball of the foot tbe chest expanded tbe head erect the hips well drawn beak This Is the cor reel and seemingly ho hgenlo poel which tbo dancing master the drill sergeant and the gymnasium Instruct or all hold up with light modification for Imitation Tbe distorted Grecian Bend Is not further from tbo Ideal In one direction than the sway btck slouch Is lo tbe other and perhaps a few months cult of tbe bend br life long devotes of the slouch will help them to appreciate and to cultivate the golden mean New York World r PREACHERSVILLE Rev Robert Jordan preached at tbe Methodist church Saturday and Sun day There were good crowds at each serviceClayton Maries bought of Henry Miller a young walking horse for ISO Leonard Nave bought ot Jonah Marsee hie home at this place for 1000 Supt Cress has decided to have a general house cleaning at tbe Baptist church with the aid of the Sunday school classes preparatory to Installing the new organ which is a vert nice oneWe heartily Indorse all the Otten belm correspondent nays of James D Anderson candidate for assessor We have known Mr Anderson for a num ber of year He formerly lived here We know him to be a gentleman In cv erv respect and a democrat of sterling worthMr I and Mrs W T Sutton of Gar rard were visiting at J K Buttons Mrs Maud Kennedy has been sick Mr Garrison le tick D F Thomp son has measles B T Luosford Isiym patblzlng with Job as bo le In a email way distressed with bolls Henrv Mill er Is able to be out again after an 111 nets of several weeks It Never Disappoints J Williams proprietor of the Ham 111100 Drug Co Hamilton Ohio IIYSI Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dunt rhooa Kemedv la practically the only remedy he tells for ctrmps diarrhoea and colic for the plain reason that it never disappoints For sale by W N Otalg John Graham Martba and Mamie Edwards and Mrs Jane Wright memt hors of Jame Edwards family died at Knoxville of measles wltblo 49 hours r Best Remedy for Constipation The finest remedy for constipation IIover used la Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets aye Mr Ell Butler of Frankville N Y They act gently aodI without any unpleasant effect and leave the bowels in a perfectly natural con dltlon Sold by W N Craig It Is estimated that b000 men In cbeI building trades In New York are on strike NEWS NOTES Thomas Toblo a murderer was ox ecuted at Slog Slog prison Beoj train W WooJ wealthy Louis ville citizen Is dead aged 85 At Munfordcvllle Wm Clymer was shot and Instantly killed by John Fin OOy A Mend In Africa has sent Presi dent Roosevelt a lion cub and a hyena for pate A serious clash It feared between tbe British and French garrisons at 3han Hal Kwao A temporary water famlne was clue od at Covlngtoo by tbe breaking of two water main- Colombia has finally decided to desist from further movement to recover ber lost territory Etitern capitalists are said to have purchased 10000 acres of land In tba mountains of Kentucky A child with pjrfect tight was born at Kokomo Ind to parents who bar I been blind since childhood A block ot coal weighing 4000 pound will be a partof Morgan county ex hibit at the World Fair at 8t Louise Benjamin Arnold a Davless county farmer shortly alter retiring sprang from his bed seized his gun and killed himselfAt foniboro Alvey Evans accidentally shot and killed hie baby brother as tbe child lay at the point of death with measles Tbe New York health officer says be has discovered 135000 bacteria on ono piece of paper money aod 176000 on another Three persons were killed and eight Injured by an explosion of toy pistol caps In Chicago The building was demolished Jame Napier of Leslie county wai holge through hie head Hit friends believe be was assassinated Three men were Instantly killed and 10 box oars were plltd 40 feet high In a freight wreck on the Kansas City Southern at Saginaw Mo Louis T Lebaume secretarytreas urer of tbe Travelers Protective Atso clatloo was suspended pending an In vestigation Into his books A fast freight train crashed Into the rear of a local train near Franklin de molhblng tbe engine and six loaded cart entailing a loss of 175000 After being out 27 minutes a jury at Lexington brought In a verdlctotdeath for J W Bess charged with the our del of Mrs Martha Martin This It the second death verdict In the case The Breatbltt county grand jury In dieted tbe Lexington Herald for crimi cal libel In publishing a statement that Beach Hargts too of Judge Jaroet Hargtf bad been arrested and lodged In jail charged with drunkenness and dltorderly conduct ORlclal of the Northern Securities Company held conferences but took no definite action in reference to plans for carrying out the decree of the Supreme Court In the merger case It Is under stood however that tbo courts de cree will be compiled with without re sistance In any way Tbe grand at Bedford Ind In dieted James McDonald on the charge of murdering Mlsi Sarah C Schaefer There aro two counts In the Indict moot one accusing him of murder and tbe other charging him with killing Miss Schaefer wbllo attempting to commit a criminal assault Ballots were cast bv 100000 miners In tbe bituminous coal region of Pennsylvania on the proposition of the operators to reduce the wage scale 64 percent Tho Indications point to an ac ceptance of the proposition which car ries with It a two years contract thus forestalling a itrlke for that Idogbtb of time CURES WITHOUTSTOMACHDOSING Hyomel Cures Catarrh by Sim ple Breathing Penny re funds Money if it Falls to Cure A long stride toward solving the myste ry of curing catarrh was taken with the discovery of Hyomei In fact the per centage of cures by this treatment proves it equal to the final tests The folly of taking medicine into the stomach to cure catarrh of the note throat and lungs has been realized by phjeiclsne but not until Hyomei was known had they a practical method that would obviate stomach drugging- A complete Hyomei outfit costs but- kl and consists of a neat pocket inhaler that can be used anywhere without at tractlng attention a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Breathing Hyotnel through tbo Inhaler evoiy particle of air that enters tbeI throat and lungs Is charged with a alaIenriches the blood with additional ozone Mr Penny hat so much faith in the power of Hyomei to cure catarrh that he wiling it under a personal guarantee to reload the money if tt does not give poslI tine relief LANCASTER On account of the Illness of Col Welch of Stanford tbe Metcalf case was postponed Tbe case was called at the last term of court but Col Bradley being absent the CliO could not be triedRev F M Tlnderunltcd lo marriage Jessie Sanders and Miss Hattie Bogle at his residence on Wednesday after noon This marriage le tbe culmina tion of a courtship extending over 15 year May many bletslngs come to them II a reward of their constancy The Walker hardware firm will change hoods next week R L Elkln wellknown throughout the county and J R Mount of Oovlngton have form ed a partnership and will take possess of Mr Walker stock occupying the building now used by him Mr Mount will bring bis family to reside here on tbe let of April and It tt with pleasure they will be received In oar midst Mr Geo Burdett has returned to Chicago after a visit to friend hero He says be wonder how any one ever hat tbe courage to leave Lancaster that her people are the beet looking bet dressed aod best In all tbe world Mr Burdettt friends trust be will soon re turn for euoh words are pleasant to hear Mitt Fannie Doty It visiting In Richmond Miss Virginia Thomson after a visit to Mist MaryJBurnslde hat returned to her home near Frank fort Mrs A H Battln hat returned from a visit to friends In Paris Judge Bell ot Harrodtburg occu pled hit official teat for the first time on Monday morning at 10 oclock Tho court room was filled with Interested men who wltbout an exception ex pressed themselves delighted with lib dignified earnest instructions to the court Mort Rotbwoll took the oath of Master Commissioner and Sanflev Hughes was sworn In as Trustee of the Jury Fund Frank Pierce was award ed control of tbe alms house The grand jury found things In good order end no summons were Issued to parties so often supposed to know all about things of that kind The dedication of the pipe organ at tbe Crlttlan church Friday ftvenln will be one of tbe choicest musical event ever given to the people of this community Under the direction of Mr Taylor of Lexington a delight ful program will be rendered Miss Eunice Fouthee a vocalist wellknown at a church singer In tbo State Mrs Juliet Rogers a Ono soprano singer and a choir of the best voices from tbe different churches will render delight ful music Mrs Taylor wbo inspected the organ before It was accepted by the church speaks most enthusiastically of It She stye the Instrument is unusu verybestand public will hear It played Friday evening at 8 oclock HIGHLAND Gotlleb Stampfly sold 50 acresof land on Buck Creek to Jack Lay for 1100- Tho Butt has moved his taw mill from Duck Creek to Mrs Henry Pad lleLt1 place Delmhf Adams Mr B D Hyatt Wash Cook C M Young and Mitt Fannie Young are still on the sick list Wm Odare has rented bis farm to Bantam Prlvltt of South Fork and bas moved to Klngsvtlle Jim Floyd wbo has been living in Russell forsomo time hat moved back to Highland Hugh and Arthur Young George Wall and Clint Carrier attended the funeral of George Baker at Eubankt Rev John Godbey and A S Godbey of Bethel Ridge were at C M Young Sunday S R Walls wbo has been running a saw mill near here has told out to George Coffey of Indianapolis Mr Coffey will move the milt closer to I this placo Mr Wall talks ot going to Oklahoma Do IT To DAT The timeworn in junction Never put ofTtil tomorrow what you can do to day is now gener ally presented in Ibis Do it today That Is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demon allzing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for It TODAY and let tnat remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirty five years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued useI for a few days will cure you completely No matter bow deep eeated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lunge German Syrup will surely effect a cureBS It has done before iu thousands of apparently hopeless cues of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75u At all druggists S S Waltons INTERIOR JODJINAL was 32 years old March let and we failed for the first time to note It In these columns but felt the usual throb of pleasure and pride that our daughter had grown so beautiful and strong and use- fulSomerset Journal l DANVILLE KY Walking Skirts HIGHEST GRADE TAILORING We arc now showing the best line of Walking or Round Skirts ever seen in Danville More than 200 in number showing all the very latest ideas for Spring and Summer The Tailoring Is the very best that can be done and the most important feature ofa Walking Skirtthe- hangin these will be found perfect 1 All the new materials are shown Plain and Fancy Mohairs Panamas Cheviots Manish Mixtures Scotch Mixtures Etc Prices on these fine Skirts range from 6 to 12 Lower price Skirts from 3 to 5 A visit to our ReadytoWear Department is in itself u liberal education in correct dressing lour Millinery opening BEGINS TUESDAY MARCH 22 We will make the most extensive and attractive showing of fine Millinery that we have ever shown Habutai Silk Shirt Waists Yon will bo surprised at the lowncsg of the prices after seeing the waists White Waists at 2 250 350 and 54 All sixes from 32 to 42 Japanese Silks Genuine White Habutai Silk 27 inches wide at 50c Same 36 inches wide at 75c 85c and 1 per yard Natural Ponge Silks 27 inches wide at 75c 85c and 1 per yard White Pongee Silk at 1 and 125 per yard Black Waterproof Habutui Silk 27 inches at 75ci and 1 yard Best Corded Wash Silks at 35c per yard Dress Goods Our line of thin black wool fabrics such as Chiffon Voiles Grenadines Eolians Crepe de Paris Twines Etc will be found very attractive and low in price We im ported them direct from makers in France Excellent value in plain and Fancy Mohairs and Sccilians from fiDe to 150 per yard f Chiilon Voiles Eolians and Crepe de Paris in iCham pagne WliitojJ3ream Tan Brown Blues Greenand Grays in Dress1 Patterns only IT f 1 s- HE k INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR- I a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject U me action of tile democratic party GEO W DE BORD Ii a canaldit for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to lIIe action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SRi li a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic patty JESSE C LYN- NI candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to B action of the democratic party DINK FARMER- fs a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to fhe action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the lenocratlc party WI HERRIN N a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of th- edocratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tile action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT- Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the of the democratic party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to tile action of the demo cratic party HON D L MOORE- of Mercer county Is a candidate for Con In the nth district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party Your support Is earnestly solicited R C WARREN Is candliile for fudge of the Lincoln county Court subject to the action of the democratic patty JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate forAssessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party TUB strength of Judge M C Saufley of ibis place was ebown to some extent in the meeting of the appellate com mltteo at Frankfort Tueeday but a far better example of it will be exhibited at the convention to be held at Lexing ton Aug 4th The judge really pre erred a primary but for the expense of that method of nominating a candi date and was satisfied with a convention and the naming of Lexington as the place for It and Aug 4 as the date were juet what be asked for At the proper time Judge Sanfley will take the stump and we predict that neither Mr Carroll nor Judge Cantrlll will meet him They know the judges abll ity ai a speaker and at neither of the other gentlemen are masters of the art of oratory they will find business In the other end of the district when Lie coin countys candidate beards thorn In their dens Things look favorable fo Judge Baufley even after the gerry wandering of the district for the bene fit of the other candidates and here 1 hoping that be will win the nomina tion and later be elected to the position for which he la so eminently fitted THE legislature has shut up shop and the members have gone home to re calve the plaudits of their constituents In the main very highly deserved Among the things most creditable to the body was the ptssape of approprla done for a new state capitol for the St Louis exposition and for the Coofeder ate Home the passage of the school boolc bill antia bit extending the length of the school term from five to alx months The excellency of these eaactments greatly outweigh the small amount of vicious legislation and enti tles the body to the commendation of the State that they evidently tried to serve to the best of their ability TOE Apple Consumers League pro fesses to have solved the problem of curing bad habits It prescribes that when you are tempted to chew or smoke tobacco to drink or swear to eat an apple and the temptation will depart The whole country will have to be set In apple trees to meet the de mand If the tad becomes popular- POLITICAL The Franchise Reeale Bill to allow the sale of franchises of quasipublic corporations was passed by the State SenateHon R H Tomllnson of Lancaster Is the latest candidate announced for State central committeeman from this district to succeed Jack Chlnn The republican State convention will be held la Louisville May 3 Thb State central committee which met In Louisville decided to Ignore the new coun ties of Beckbam and Thome in spite ol a protest from citizens of Beckbam countyJudge MC Saufley of this county controlled the action of the democratic committee of the Fifth Appellate die trict at Frankfort and provided for n delegate convention at Lexington on August 4 The Cantrlll forces on the committee were In the minority The main feature of the Kentucky House bribery lnet1gatlDg committee was the Bcathlngodenunolalion of the Louisville republican paper that made the charges and failed to support them sad a recommendation that the Frank Hi county grand jury take the matter U faaad f P The Delaware republican State convention Instructed Its delegates to vote for Roosevelt for roDomlnatlon In a decision renderdd by the appel late court at Springfield III saloon keepers are held liable for the death of their patrons Former Lieut Gov James H Tlll man recently acquitted of murder for the killing of Editor N G Gonzales of Columbia S C will announcehls can dldaoy for Congres Gov Vardaman of Mississippi has vetoed an appropriation for a Negro school He says In his veto message he does not believe education Is the best thing for the Negroes Col E H Taylor Jr at present State Senator has announced his can dldacy for representative from Franklin county L F Johnson the present representative is also a candidate tor reelectionWith singing of My Old Ken tucky Home by the members of the Legislature Tuesday night the 1904 session of the general assembly came to an end at 1130 oclock after one of the busiest and most fruitful meetings ever held within the walls of tho old capitol buildingThe Committee on Military Affairs decided to add 10000 acres to the Chickamauga National Park for a camp site and turned down Kentucky application to have a camp located at West Point Four camp sites are provided for in Pennsylvania Texas Wis consin and California The Senate passed the Fortification Appropriation Dill the amendment for the purchase of an experimental torpe do boat being adopted after lengthy debate At the executive session Sen ator Blackburn spoke for two hours In opposition to the confirmation of Gen Wood to be major general NOMINATION BYiCONVENTION Saufley and Carroll Delegates Defeat Cantrllls Desire for Primary Through a combination between the advocates of Judge M C Sauflev of this county and Hon John D Carroll of Henry the democratic committee of the Fifth appellate district In session at Frankfort Tuesday defeated the ef forts of Judge James E Cantrlll the third candidate to hold a primary eleo tlon to nominate the successor of Judge A R Burnam and Instead called a delegate convention to be held at Lex ington on August 4 next to select the the nominee The official call for the convention reads At a meeting of the democratic ex ecutive committee of the Fifth appel law district of Kentucky held pursu act to a call of the chairman W A Lee at Frankfort on Tuesday the 15th day of March 1904 the purpose of de ser a e of the court of appeals of Kentucky for beaat election 1904 the following resolutions were adopte- dFirstThat a delegate convention be held in the city of Lexington on the 4th day of Augjst 1904 at 1 p M for I the purpose of nominating a democrat ic candidate for judge of the court of appeals of Kentucky In the Fifth ap pellate district to be voted for at the regular November election 1904 SecondThat in said delegate convention the various counties compos loll the district shall be entitled to ono delegate vote for each 200 votes or frautlonal part thereof over 100 votes cast for William Jennings Bryan in 1900 and the Bald delegate vote Is as follows towlt Bourbon 12 Boyle 8 Carroll 9 Fayetta 21 Franklin 15 Gallatin 5 Garrard 7 Henry 12 Jackson 1 Jessamine Lincoln 9 Madison 15 Mercer 9 Owen 17 Rookcastle 5 Scott 13 Trimble 7 and Woodford 9 Third That a mass meeting be held at the ounty seat in each county In the district at 1 oclock PM standard time on the 2nd day of August 1001 for the purpose of selecting delegates to said convention In Fayette county separate meetings shall be held by each legislative district and the chair man of each district In said county shall give notice by publication In at least three Issues of each daily demo cratic paper published In said county the week preceding said mass meetings will be held the number of delegates each of said districts Is entitled to shall be determined by the chairman thereof and as hereinbefore stated shall be based on the vote for Bryan in 1000 but the entire county ol Fayetto shall only be entitled to 2r delegate votes The mass meeting shall be called to order by the chairman of the respective county said legislative dis I tricts and shall be presided over by him until meeting Is organized by the election of a permanent chairman and secretary Fourth It shall be the duty of the democrats assembled at each of said mass meetings to select the number of delegated to which their county or leg islative district is entitled and the names of such delegates shall be certi fied to the delegate convention by the permanent chairman and secretary of said mass meetings as the accredited delegates of their respective counties I or legislative districts Fifthit shall be the duty of tho res pective chairmen of the various county and legislative districts to certify to the saiddelegate conved lon the names of persons selected at each of said mass meetings as chairman and secretary Sixth That the delegates who attend the district convention cast the entire vote of their county or loglsla tine districts and that no proxy be voted from any county or legislative dis trict In said district convention Seventh That at the mass meetings herein provided for all democrats In the district are invited andrequested to participate Eighth That the said delegate con vontlon shall be presided over by the chairman W A Lee until the con vention is organized by the election of a temporary chairman and secretary NinthThat the candidate who re celves a majority of the delegate votes at said convention be declared the dew ocratlo nominee for judge of the court of appeals of Kentucky in the Filth I district of Kentucky to be voted for at the regular November election 1904 and that his name shall be certified to the proper officers as required by the I law by the chairman and secretary of said convention HERE AND THERE I Edwin Kerlin under arrest In Chica go confesses that he was making 150 a day by rpbblng loiter boxes Joseph Bell a miner killed James OBrien at St Clalrsvlllo O by run ning a poker through bis eve Into his brainLlewellyn Sbarpe Jr a prominent Fayetto county farmer was held on the charge ot murdering two men whom bo caught stealing his corn While one son William was lying dead In his house Charles McMillan of Greenup received a telegram that two other sons Henry and Lewis had been run over by a train Be hurried to the scene and found Hooey had lost an arm and Lewis a leg State Auditors Agent Frank Lucas Paducah has filed suit against every State bank In Kentucky for the recov ery of back taxes upon 145000000 worth of property for the annual state and county tax covering several years back It Is the first suit of Its kind In this state and if successful It will mean judgments of the value of 12225000 More Riots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave as an individual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse unless a reliable remedy is Immediately employed Theres nothing BO efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medicine for run down systems It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only 60c and satisfaction guaranteed by Q L Penny druggslL J H Paxton Owsley- S n Shanks O Walker W Carter ONE WAY 9luavrONE WAY I ROOM TRIP Ic inn Produce Wanted We want your trade and will pay you the EggsFeathersCall at- NOBTflCOTT R THOMAS BtaufordKy OPENINGFOR ONE WEEK MAROH 7478 7OO4 We will make effort to enter tale visitors showing them our nice RugsLaceeverything in the furniture line Having new mitre box and nice lino ot pie ture moldings we will tako orders for picture frame Et- cPRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS MORElAND KY Notice of ElectionI Regular term Lincoln County Court held Feb 1904 lion James P Bailey Judge presiding- In the matter of the petition of George D Weatherford and others as to whether spiritoul vlnus or malt liquors shall be sold bartered vr loaned in the town of Huttonvillo Ky The written petition of Geo D Weath erford and others asking that an election be held in the town of Hujtonville Lin coin county Ky on the 26th day of March 1904 to take tho sense of the legal voters in said town who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers up on vinous proposition whether or not spiritous or malt liqubn ball be sold bar tered dr loaned therein having been received by Jas P Bailey Judge of the Lincoln county court on the 26th day of Jan 1904 and having been filed in the open court an order notifying its said filing having been entered In said court at special term of said court heldon the 26th day of Jan 1904 the matter came up for hearing upon 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 the parties whose names appear there to and that each one of them are local voters in said town and qualified to vote at an election for county officers and it also likewise appearing to the court that of the said petitioners 34 in number ate legal voters of town ot hnstonville Ky and S3 it therefore appearing that the petitioners of said town are more than Twentyrive 25 per cent ot tho votes cast in said town at the last proceeding general election and that the said petition ers have in all respects with the law It is therefore ordered andadjudged by the Court that an election be held In said town of Hustonville Ky on the 26th day of March 1904 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vole an elec tion for county officers upon the proposl tion whether or not spiritout vinous or malt liquors shall be bartered or loaned therein M Baughman Sheriff ol Lincoln county is hereby directed to open poll at each of the voting precincts to wltVot ing precincts No1 and in Hustonville Ky on the day ol March 1904 for the prp of taking the sense of the legalvoters in said town who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not vinous or liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein Attest GIJO D COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court A copy First Nationalor Capital Stock 500001 This institution was originally established M the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 18S8 then rear nleed as the NaUonal Bank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorraDbed uthe First national Bask of Stanford la 1882 having bad practically an uninterrupted existence for 41 It U better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts ef ladlyldaals Fiduciaries BBd Cer porations Solicited I J11 W Oeo at Offlosrs HOOKER Preet BT HARBIR V lree 11 McROBEBTS Chr W U WKABKNAsst Ohr Directors V Reid Dan Tille T Harris Stanford Hocker Stanford Tanner McKinney U D Elmore II Baarbtnan Stanford T Ulll Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble n Baughman Stanford M Pettui Stanford Ed Carter Stanford II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 0OOOO Directors Bucce on to The Farmer Hank d Trust Company and under tame SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial VIA ItFrom City und intermediate fu to Suit Ai toiim inn i clIlIII11a uiil nit lotef III IIIIIO ItlKls In ut E = ASlu i point Arun 51ouri- odvu and ikHii in I err imli1 nun i unit I vt of loeriw Inuuityxiiiv AIn i vr iiiul Monroe I PIjsfrx ty U deupudtK lll S I a a a 8 a S a 2 J 8 8 J 0 K L B P J J HI ill w S J FeuiD TRIP i Officers B B SHANKSPresident J B OW8LEY Cashier W M BBIOHT Aut Cashier Incw iiiQUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE TVXcrclt31 anc1 lSthoClqintitli Junran I735a1 3740 continuouslyfor OItlllll1UH lUiiimt LicLo 2940ROUND TR- IP29x40 ROUND TRIP IIINluI tnv Mexico Kl lnlo Texas op Ovcr Irtvl oJttI For Irifirmattou address or call on CEO E CLARKC Trcv Prix Agt SO East tin t LExington Ky VWC RINfcAflGON C P A CI clnhatl O lo- I r s Larger and Better Our lino is larger and better title season than ever before Vo arc showing tho newest Wool Drees Goods etichas Molmire Voiles Ktalniues Homespuns and Serges in tho newest shade Our lino of Silks are tho best tobo had Wnih Silks 27 inches wide all colors CO cents per yard 10 inch TnlFctn nil colors 30 cents per yard Fine uric of yard wide Taffetas Pena de Soir and Chantunge Ladies Muslin Underwear A largo stock nude and trimmed nicely from 10 cents to 1 garments Wo arc showing a largo and well rebooted lino ot Cornet Wash Goods Whito Goods Percale Cheviots TowolsrNotions Mens Furnishings Hats Etc S OWSIBY BLOCK WATCH OUH ADS GRAND LEADER M B Lefy O Co S B Lavy THE Chas Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KY ANNOUNCES A FULL LINE OFiSpring Summer Goods IN EVERY DEPARTMENTr THEIR MILLINERY OPENING ON March 31and April 1 WILL BE THE EVENT OF THE SEASON TO WHICH ALL ARE IN VITED p Heatersf Get our prices on Heat ers bfore you buyI LallllFew left from Xmas at low prices JOHN BRIGHT JR CO u OOOuO SPRING CLOTHING We arc now showing a complete lino of Mens Clothing from the best manufacturers in the country All have tho nonbreakabler front and are tailored just as well us the Merchant Tailors goood Also a fine lino ot Youths and Childrens goods We invite all in need of goods to colno and see our line We take pleasure in showingourgoods W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky A tBALSAMC1nu cnnrhNenr forpar WAGONS WAGOMS We have lust received a car load of Old Hickory wagon Come In and buy one at Rock Bottom Prices L O OOOOH SON- WaYDetburr Ky f FOR SALE onStanford I WHITE alt DAVIS rA S PRICE Surgeon Dentin Stanford Ky OAleITfl MSOewtsDDn 5 Bier bUll Owstpy t 1 MOHAIRSWo first because fashion says fur a ecrvicnblo dress or skirt Mohair takes first rank We show black and nil desirable colors at 25c to 8110 per yard t Iw ETAMINES In the plain and flaked are very much in vogue Wo have them in light anti medium weight COc to 81 per yard CHEVIOTSFor we have ft number of desirable materials Broad cloths Canvass Pebbles Armures Prunellas Scotch Mixtures Etc 60c to 8100 frfCarson Room I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAlt 15 1801 BRINCI your proscriptions to ui Our cbeck back method of filling them t excludes all poiilbllltlei of an error We promise to fill them correctly and to use the very bet of material or we will not fill them at all Penny Drug- Store PERSONALS Miss PEARL KINO continues very ill COL W G WELCH II Improving slowly Mil J M CARTER SR is Improy log slowly BORN to the wife of Homer Walker taa daughter MRS W O SIIANKS Is thought to bo Improving Mns J S RICE II vliltlng tier pal rents at Cave City MR C VANOY suffered a stroke of paralysis Wednesday MIBS MYRTLE AIIRAMS returned from Flemlogiburg Tuesday MISSKS Lizzie AND LULA SIMPSON of Lower Gsrrard are with Mil Salllo Cook DR A K CALDWELL sod wife of Waynetburg were callers at this office Wednesday WALTER W CARTER of Lebanon Junction was here Tneiday to consult Dr L B Cook MR S P ORAY11m the olty buying large stocks of goods for hie Stanford Inn Barbourvllle stores WEareiorry to bur of the contin ued Illness of Mr A B McKlnney one of the best men In the MoKlnnoy sec tion MRS JESSE P UIFFB and Mr Mc Kee Rifle of tbo Wen End were bere Yesterday and honored ibis omen wltb a callMISS CORA LlPrs has returned to her dame at fJusionvllle after a visit to her sister Mn William Nave Ad vocato MRS WMMYERS of Huitonvllle is la the city buying millinery good She will have her opening In the Miss M 8 Logan property soon due notice of which will appear In these column BON J M ALVERSON la back from Frankfort having completed his labors ai legislator Well and faithfully has he discharged hit dunes and there are npne who wilt not agree that hobai reo fleeted credit upon himself and his county alike r LOCALS FOUR refrigerator for late cheap J T Jones I I BALLARDS ObelliK Flour at 16 per barrel 8 P OrayI PLYMOUTH Ruc r eggs at f0o per tot j ting 00 Wither 2t OUR line of Queeniware li about complete Call sad see It Oeo H Farris do Co BRING jour butter end cggi to S P Gray Stanford and get the highest market price I 01LADIES suits specialty this week Let us show you whether you want to buy or not Severance fc Son MR ED HUIIUARD it Stanford boss gardener He le toiling and giving to hls friends radishes and lettuce of his own raising- NoT1cEAll those having claims against the citato of Mn Elizabeth Crutcbfleld deceased will presenithem to me properly verified L R Hugbei admr r Jb ELROD the wellknown Loul vlllo photographer has opened a gal lery over E L Relnharts store and offers his services to the public He rill be here a short time only Seo eedn OVER 1 sawa lot of black birds the other day and you can lot it down that winter U about over said Mr James E Bruce to us yeater day Let us all loin In tbo hope that bo U correct e A LARGE crowd trended the old fid dler contest at Liberty thcothornlght and Manager Humphrey and Wblpp came out considerably to the good T J Edwarda won the first prize Thomas J Wheeler the second and DRWeatfa orlneton the tblrd Jobs Maynard got the prize for the belt dancer 4 v sEVER CE oz SONTWO STORES BUY the Model Steel Range of S P Gray Stanford ST PATRICKS was ob served nor celebrated hero yesterday LET Frank Richards shoe your horse or do any other kind of blacksmithing you want done JOHN THOMPSONS show Around tbe World In 80 Mloutub bees booked for May 7 I WILL be In thho race for aitoiior and will announce In duo time said Mr Emmett McCormack to us the oth er day I think the boy are coming out to early be added STORE ROOM nfl NrTheitore room In the INTERIOR JOURNAL build ing occupied by O Roaeniielq Ott Cola for rent Apply at this office or write to W P Walton Lexingtona TIlE Ladle Aid Society of the Christian church of Crab Orchard will have an exchange and auction at 2 oclock Saturday April 2d Col J P Chandler will be the auctioneer MR J C MCCLARY tho undertaker WM called to Llvlogiton yesterday to bury Mr George Sambrook one of the oldest women to Rockcaitle She kept hotel at for stop yoarTOMLINSONMr Margaret Tom Union wife of Sim Tomlloion dld of cancer of the stomach and was burled at Huitonvllle Wednesday afternoon 3be was 33 years old and was an ex cellent woman Miss ELI7AHETUM CREIOUTON of Klngivllle who U attending Smiths Commercial College is greatly die trctsed over the 1011 of a letter on tbe Street containing a check drawn In ber favor Lexington Democrat MR Donnotee Huitonvllle section hat a flock of wild goete lomo 15 In number that are ai tame ai the domestic goose Be has bad them a number of years and they are the fruit of one bo crippled with a shot gun Tits editor of tblpaper had the good fortune to partake of the hospi tality of Mr and Mr J W Hotkln while In Casey Wednesday and Is yet almost too full for utterance The ta bio Mrs Hoskln tel would make many Stanford wives ashamed of them solve A LARGE crowd attended the burial of little Elizabeth daughter of Mr and Mr W A Tribble Tuesday afternoon and flowers soot by sympathetic friends literally hid from view tbe little mound that marks tbo resting place of their darling daughter The grief of tbo fond parents at tbe funeral and at the grave was pitiable Indeed r TILE Knights of Pytbla lodge at this place has taken on new life At the meeting last night there were nine petitions for membership and more to fol low next Thursday night Tbedlttrlct convention of that order brought a number of Knight here fromadlstanoe and tome Important work was done last night In the crowd of visitors were Grand Chancellor Coylngton and Grand Keeper of Record acd Seal Carter who by work and talk greatly enthused the member present After the work In tbo lodge was completeda ban quet was enjoyed at J T Joneireitau rant m LARGE crowds are hearing each eer moo preached by Roy Geo O Barnes tbo good evangelist He accepted the offer of the Christian church and le preaching nightly Although tar past three score and 10 Bro Barnes is yet full of vim and Is In comparatively good health and his sweet story of God Is Lovo and Nothing Else le lust BI Interesting the admirers of tbe nld Soldier of tbo Crosi ai It was In years gone by wbeo his daughters and wife used to accompany him In his pilgrim ago and make most excellent muelo Hli meetings will continue until Moo dry night If not longer CHURCH MATTERS MetbI service says the Danville Advocate Rev E P Jones will begin a pro treated meeting at the Moreland Moth odlit church on the night of the 2lit Everybody Invited- Notwithstanding the of the weather the Rev Charles F Par bam baptized 230 convert In Spring river at Lowell Kansas says a die patch BLACK DRESS GOODS This much used fabric is more in demand this season than over on account of themany new weaves that are being shown The manufactur ers have fairly outdoho themselves in the creation of desirable Black Drees Goods and we have a good showing of Mohairs Crepes Voiles Etamiues Canvass Cloths Pebbles Serges and Prunellas Etc z Livingston Inolemeuav Crab Orchard i George Mooro has returned from LoultTlllo In poor health Some of our citizens are enthusiastic about the cure all of liquid ozone Mrs Kittle KinK bat received a nice line of bats lor Easter Mre Walter Ooyer spent several days In Loulivllle last week Rev Dean of Lexington has an up polntmem to give a series of Bible talks at tbe Baptist cburcb beginning Saturday evening Rev Farris preached two excellent sermons at tbo Baptist church Shndav The use of this church was kindly of fared him since his church was destroy nil the storm They bold their Sunday Dcoool at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon Mrs Charles Singleton and children are visiting Mn Bowon Cover at flee derionvllle tl C Charlie Singleton has a position on tbe railroad Dr Phillips was at home from Loulivllle a few days Mr Alex Beazley of Lao cater was bere a few days since I I Misses Alllo Vanandale and Tevl Carpenter of Stanford were guests nf Miss Mollie Brooke and others Bon R O Warren of Stanford was here Saturday shaking bands with friend Mr and Mrs Willis have returned from Lexington where they bad been to see tbelr ion Heath who was very 111 Be will return home a1 soon as he III able to travel The many friends of Col Welch hope to hear of his early recovery Mrs J W Guest has returned from a visit to her daughter In Louis vllle J O Chad wick left for Tazwell Teen called there by the Illness of his father Little Clara Menefee has been sick Barold Hutcblni of Danville WM with his grand father Mr George Evans The latter has itald close at homo thla winter to avoid tbe grip = u MATRIMONIAL E F Parkl and Miss Marie Bern don of Garrard wero made one the other day J J Todd aged 24 and twice a wid ower was married at J S Horton + to Miss Tuva Gorton aged 19 Miss Nettle Fart postmaster at Sll ver creek and Robert L Adami a prominent revenue man of Madison county were married In Richmond Quite a romantic wedding was performed at the Phoenix Hotel when Mies Lillie Phillips of Montlcello and Mr A P Young of Liberty wore made man and wife The young couple kayo been sweethearts for year and finally decided to watt no longer Yes terday unknown to but a few of their most Intimate friends they boarded the Southern train for this city Mr Young brought a minister along with him to at to have no reason for any de lay The Rev J Q Montgomery pastor of the Christian church of Liberty was the officiating divine Mr Mont gomery ion Mr O F Montgomery and Miss Mary Phillips a sister of the bride also attended the bridal party The ceremony was performed at the Phoenix early In the afternoon and tbe happy couple left on the 610 C S 0 for Louisville where they will spend their honeymoon They will then go to Liberty where they will make their home Mr Young Is cashier of the Commercial Bank there and a nroml nonv young business man of that city HlI bride comes of a very prominent Wayne county family and Is quite beautiful and accomplished Lexing ton DemocratBRODHEAD Rev Noel flied hie regular appoint ment at the Baptist church last Sun day NIII Carrie Frith Is visiting latlvel here this week Mrs Maggie Brooks of La Follette Tonn was the guest of Mrs 01V Brooks Mr Harry Magee of Livingston is the guest of Mrs John Magee this week Miss Robinson of Danville le- the guest of Miss Ella Dunn Mrs Alex Tyree continues ill J H Dunn went to Wllllamaburg Sunday Mrs Luther Jarett Is on the tick list Mrs Walter Miller of Livingston has been vlilllng her mother here 0 C Cable ono of our nicest young men Is clerking for J Thorns Cherry G H Ponder of Maretiburg has moved in to one of J T Cherrys cottages on 811 ver Street Miss Ollle Rash Is visiting friends In Crab Orchard Mrs G W Brooks left Tuesday for Louisville where she will buy the moetupto date stock of millinery over brought to our town Tragedy Averted Just in the nick ol time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watklns of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played ead havoc with him acd a terrible cough set in betides Doctor treated him but be grow worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know Its the only lure cure for Jougbs Colds and al Lung diseases Guaranteed by G L Penny Druggist Price COc and 81 Trial bottles free Suit has been tiled for a receiver for the Tennessee Central Railroad Property worth 1200000 was destroy ed by fire at San Angelo Texas Bishop Fink of the Catholic diocese of Leavenworth Kai le dead Four Negro children were burned to detb at Greenville Kv FOR SALEI Residence with S room balls and porches cistern servant room coal house hen- house stable and shed with 8 J acres of band on Danville street 31 of a mile from court home Just outside of town llmluand within 400 a ds of graded school Nor Information apple to 111 MKOBERrS Stanford Ky GET YOUR BUGGY PAINTED I wish to annouoco to the people of Stan ford and vicinity that I have opened a carriage and sign paint shop over Withers Fur niture store In connection with Carson k Penrea baggy establishment wbeie I will be pleased to give estimate on carriage pilntlog Satisfaction guaran teed Yours for butloew A GOODBIOH Stanford Ky FOR SALEI Ten acres of land a twostory front seven room cottage The house Is new A splen did garden and orchard There la a large mill on tbe place a good crusher and the powerlaa splendid business Everything U In good repair and hat all necestay out buildig The owners only reason for selling U the ruth of other business as be has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty is on the anglng Fork about 4 mites from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain for further particulars address 8 u KyorL Ky POSTEDWe whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting flihlngor any kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law CarpenterJGeorge Holmes J 0 Neat P W Carter Fred VnnOrnenlgan J Nerln Carter Fred VonAllman Fred Ilauman Albert VonGrunenlgan J Z Bpoonatnore T M Holme- H F J B Oamenttcb Peter Balmer W n Johnson airs Mary Olvens David Stephens lambs M White and wife E V Carson U P Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welch B A Lawrence WE ARE OPENF- OR BUSINESS Elrod Art KyIsSHORT TIME ONLY Expert phot graphers of Babies and Child ren Six Little Jewels and one Button Photo 3Sc Six Elegant Card Photos SOc and Sic Six Fine Panel Photos 98c Superior Cabinet Photos St 00 to 100 a dozen Everything finished br the PERMANENT PLATINO PROCESS and warranted not to fads You are In vited to call and Inspect our Iegant tarn plea of Uptodate Photos Buttons Me alllons Etc ELMORE BUILDING MAIN STREET STANFORD KY SHORT TIME ONLY KENTUCKYS ARTIST No MM IV A S HR This premium saddle and harness stallion will make the present season at Logan Mursi Farm four miles from Danville and six miles from Stanford Kentuckys Artist Is a beautiful chestnut t years perfect Kentuckys Artist was sired by Artist Montrose No 51 winner of the treat sweepstakes prize at the Worlds Fair he by Artist No he by Siam 6t he by Washington Denmark 64 byGaines byMontroseBald Stocking 6 Tom Hal f s Artist it dam Lucy No 50 ty Brothers Dren non f s- KentuckysArnst lit dan Julia Thomas by Pat Denmark hs by Sumpter Denmark end dam Lucy Thomas by Nero he by Thompsons Morgan jrd dam Cooper by Patricks Copper Bottom 4th dam Dovey by Barnes of Howard county Missouri he by Blackburn Whip of Kentucky Kentuckys Artist has shown against and defeated all the great stallions In Kentucky and Missouri MontgomeryChtefshow hone Preston owned by Pat Dolan Kentuckys Artist Is only 8 years old and Is re arJeJ toy Kentuckys best Judges to be the most rer fect zalted saddle stallion In the State I will be glad to show him to anyone at my stable and Invite breeders of line hones to come and see Kentuckys Artist before breeding I stand him at lao the season or 9n to Insure a living colt I dont want your money until you have gotten value received BLUE EYES The great little Shetland pony will sake the season alSiotolnsursa living Nit Ws have sold bis weanlings at from SIOO to ITS per head A e HUN DLEY GUY L IIUNDLEY wvF VOILESIn of these goods the makers have shown Tare skill They have a very rich appearance and are by far the handsomest goods shown for many seasons Wo have some special values at JOe 8100 and 125 CREPE de CHINE These goods are made of silk and wooland are very sheer and pretty For the style of dresses that are to be used this Spring a great deal of fullness there is nothing more stylish Black Light Blue and Hello at 1 per yard Leader Room I SHOEFOR For Fit 250 BOOTS 3 300 SEE LCummins a McClary J I BOYS CLOTHING If thcreis one thing in which be mores par ticularj than another it is the selection of- LITTLE MENS and YOUNG MENS CLOTHING Mothers are particular the children are particular and the merchant has to be and this time we have been especially and ask the mothers to inspect our stock HI J Stanford Ky + 11111 II 1I1II I r I 4M IIII M t HI BIIIII 1 ti ill I LadlestWo cordially Invite you to call and see our line ofCoromie furdinors jfiso lAo a cheaper ones fttl just in Geo H Farris Coit Stanford Ky I 1 F 300 Square Feet Famous OXFORDS Spring Styles ajmerchantmust MROBERTS whattwo coats to the gallon thats THESHERWINWlwAMS PANT will cover And on a good surface it will cover more than that No paint will do better and very few paints will do as well Maximum covering capacity easiest spreading qualities longest wear and greatest economy are what we claim for SWP Its the one safe paint to use Always gives satisfaction- If you want to save money in painting let us show you the way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting SOLD BY 1 W N CRAIG Pharmacist Stanferd Ky i IIE JNTEKlOR JOURNAL I tltred n the port odlce at Stanford at lanallfr A UahCIrU sewQSisd v- AT 8 PER YEAR CASH a then sot iopatd 20O will becharitd I 0- a KNOXVILLE DIVISION t4 TntlilolDI North 104 p ms It 210 a in- lto2 Uto to Solltbtlnamu BOB QUIS 66749- A J 00- I will stand the above splendid Jersey bull at my place near water at 1160 In adyanco Return privilege permitted j0 OAMENISOU Stanford Ky JsH IOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY RID FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Ouod Livery Service at Beasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Mao Dealers in Goal PtrtaWi EngIne and Saw Mill Fit Salt I- VIIIell privately Will also sell a IS pone power engine and taller All In good repair sell at a bargain to close up business Will take part pay In lumber POWKU A SWKNCT Stanford Ky Patl Traylor putts IK wnisk Brandu Wines Beer Glgars Etc Carpenter Oloi to DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt and polite attention Nothing but the bu to drink AUU piiont cr telegraph orders relive prompt attention ill C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY G ltd Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky Alt persons wishing to bay or sell farms will du to see us We have a number of flue Lincoln and adjoining county term for aale and will be pleased to show ant one what we have If you to sell place It in our hands Omen at Doones Livery Stable Stanford Ky II RlMaHony Insurance f floent Solicit a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties Jncoln and iawjwho may be seeking in eurance against Info Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Com plume represented and the lowest pnaihle rates are guaranteed Phone n- omStanford Kentucky nnu ITtyJrUefllth 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months ago I was so ill that I was compelled to lie or sit down nearly all time My stomach was so weak and upset that I could keep nothing on and I vomited I couldnot urinate without great pain awl I couched so much throat and lungs were raw and sore The doctors pronounced it disease others said it was consumption It mattered little to me they called it and I had no de sire to live A sister visited me from St Louis and asked me if I had ever tried Wine of Cardui I told tier I had not and she bought a bottle I believe that itsavedmylife I believe many women could save much suffer 3ingif they but knew of itsvalue ijtottzuis J9 Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to bo well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can Lava a womans health and do a womans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from y druggist to t dayWINEnrCARDw ij t yu y UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired nod made almost ugood at new for a small amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairer and for less money Give mo a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fanoy Eorso Shears Wont Main Iarclt Stanford Kentucky Ft A JONES HSNTI8T Stanford K O Ace tiTer Higxlsa 4 McKinnoyi 8tor Telephone fliP III THE Joseph Price Infirmary U open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when services are rendered and must tr paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE II W B11IZZ k 11ron JUNCTION CITY KY riritOlau Turnout at Reasonable Bates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of 130 acres on the Liberty pike SX miles from Uustonrllle It Is all In grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It good house of 7 rooms a tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address O W Blffe Jr Ty rone O Too or call on J P Blffe Huston yule Ky J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DIALZU ii FnrnltnreMatUngsRHg8Fhoy a call Prlcca right STANFORD KENTUCKY Jc1cCLMYEMBALMER And Dealoar In 3ABNESS SADDLSBT fcO Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Ilustonvllle Ky Has removed to his new and elegantly fitted rooms next door West of the P O Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business BO Bolted Roll of Honor Stanford Graded School FOURTH MONTH High School Kato Waters Roberta 0 Bannon Mary MoRoborta Huber Carpenter Richard Williams IdB Moore LeQracdo Jones Fulaom Mo Oulro Mettle MoClary Claudia Baton Robert Waters Boy Rout James Van ArsdaloEiaiiTU OHADE Fanny Young Jno Downer SEVENTH OKADE Uota Jones SIXTU GRADE Francis Cooper Jean Peony FUTU GRADE Warren Eubank Charles Downer Harry Elchonberger Eugene Goode Josephine Brady Allred Kaiser Elizabeth Baughman John Carter Cora Nunnelley Haul Rice Llssa UollzoIaw Alice Akin Aztiee Haley Sallle Burdette Lesie OBannon FOURTH GRADE Morrlion Bright Lottie CareonJo HopperElltotlJones Ellen Moore Clyde Raines Maud Stone Elizabeth Higgins Katherln Kennedy Willie Moore John Waters TIIIRD GRADE Annie L Gentry Mary MoKlnney HermanLalr Lllllai MuellerSECOND GRADE Ben Boone Char ley Boone Carroll Dudderar Wm Grimes James G Herrln George James Lewis L Withers Milton Powell Susie Akin Dada Hardln Besale Everett Mary Greer Leni Traylor FIFTH MONTH High ScboolKate Waters Roberta OBannon Mary McRoberts Richard Wllllami Ida B Moore LeGrande Jones George Hopper Fulsome McGuIre Mettle McClary Claudia Eaton Robert Waters EIGHTH GRADE John Downer Bes ale Hill Hays Foster SEVENTH GRADE Thomas Varnon Margaret Warren SIXTH Francis Cooper Jean Pen ny Kittle Huffman Kate Newland FIFTH Bernice McGuire Warren Eubank Cbas Downer Walter Milburn Alfred Kaiser Thos Bright Cora Nun nellcy Battle Rice Dora Pence Llies Holtzclaw Alice Akin Motes Cooley Mary Burdette Thomas BadgeitPearl Campbell FOURTU Morrison Bright Lor rain Campbell Lottie Carson Joseph Hop per Elliott Jones Ellen Moore Clyde Raines Maude Stone Maranda White Katherine Kennedy Elizabeth Hig gins Annie Milburn Willie Moore John Waters THIRD Annie L Gentry Mary E McKinney Virginia Mahony James Cooper Lillian Mueller SECOND Chat Boone Carroll Dud derar Wm Grimes James Herrln George James Lewis Withers Milton Powell Susie Akin Bessie Everett Lena Traylor Carl Parsons Cath Gen try Marlon Grimes Emma Long Mar tba VarnonMIDTERM EXAMINATIONS HIGH SCHOOL Kate Waters Ro bcrta OBannon Mary McRoberts Ida Moore LeGrande Jones Robert Wa ters EIOUTH GRADE John Downer SEVENTH Rosa Jones Margaret Warren FOURTH Morrison Bright Lottie Carton Joseph Hopper Ellen Moore Maude Stone Maranda White Katb erlne Kennedy Elizabeth Higgins Willie Moore John Waters THIRD Mary E McKinney Virgin la Mahonv James Cooper Lllllo Per rln Herman Lair Lillian Mueller Al bert Holtzclaw Sam Gentry Frank Splnk SECOND Chas Boone Lena Tray lor CarrolIiDudderar Martha Varnon Susie Akin Mlton Powell Lewis With ore Geo James FIRST GRADE 4th mo 6th mo Exm Effla Baullhmanto Arnold Brady 1 Huber BooneIIMaryannle Boone Mary Shepherd CookI Sallle Craig f Josephine Carpenter II Boyce Hunn Ruth Hardtn II Bryant Jones II- Annie II t McRoberts John MUterto II Maude McGuireII II JonnTMcAllster I Wm Mobley I Slain Newlund foe MaNelandII lames Oweley II Will B OBannonII II tnnie Lee PerrinIleule PndlewnII Mary Moore RaneyIIVerner Rout II Mary Splnk Mamie Singleton II Raymond Traylor Qobart White II Gertrude Wllkereon I It John Wl1lamIDolllo Wllcher II Will Morsbon John Tipton Henry Mcasor James Tribble Allte Skldmoro Isabel Reynolds Mona Hushes Elizabeth Bonn is Fred tlraeketiSix prfsoaers dug out of the Selma A14 penitentiary SELF READING NOTES By Mrs Orear Is a book Just out and ls attraotln mush attention as It Is a departur from the regular routine bf musical In structlon It Is not only for beglnnci at the piano but there are many polo that an advanced pupil will find or great advantage It has heretofore been the custom tor the muelo teacher to go over every detail with the pupil tbpn have the jn pal learn It and recite to the tcaohei It lit Intended In this book that tbe pupil should study the lesson first aod afterwards recite It to the teacbei This book will not Interfere with aoy course the teacher may already use a It II Intended as an aid to teacher and pupil It contains mental drill tbaL enables the pupil to recognize the note from the sound and write U where IL should be on the staff It contain mu leal spoiling tests something entirely new Sight reading In single note Intervals chords and scales In order to encourage the pupil tblL she tray play simple music while he Is learning the notes the letter Is ec graved In the head of each note of tbe piece In this way pupil can cacti play Homo Sweet Rome by the third lesson The lettered music Is only ueed until the pupil has thoroughly master ed the notes and other Instruction In the book Self reading notes price II are on sale at Flozer d Bamlls J C Lewd d Co D H Baldwin sir Co forma Straus and Ray Co Louisville Ky To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pollato Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democrat party As circuit Judge U became mj duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part of tbeStatei history and at a most critical time AI judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of thi new constitution as well as to conitrui the present constitution whenever i controversy arose as to Its proper con structlon Almost Innumerable case- have burdened tho dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations am the exercise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will bo very grateful to all who fee they can assist me to secure the blel position and oDlce to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E OANTRILL WHAT TO BE Be cheerful optimistic Be willing to forbear With every kind of trouble And never to despair Be free from all suspicion Seek no motive for the act Accept all things with klodnesr Judiciousness and tact Be kind to every mortal But yet select a few To bear the name of friendship And tread tho road with you And you will find that living Is not a dreary bore And life has many blessings You did not know before Henry Bartlett Morrlll ROLL OF HONOR KINOSVILL CUOOL Names of pupils whose grade vas 00 per cent or over a short winter term taught by Miss Annlo McKee Etna Baker Ora Grlffln Lydia McKee Dora Rlgney Lena Rlgney Willie each Oscar Vest Bertha Thompson Juphernla Taylor Willie Baker Willie McCarty Oliver Smith Pauline Taylor Bessie Reynolds John Gooch ELm Goocb Russell Thompson Grace Thompson Lucite Reynolds Mary McKee Clell Waters Jesse McCarty Della Rlgney Maggie May Flint Bur run McKee Sydney Bryant and Pearl Webb It troubled with weak digestion elchinx or sour stomach use Chamber sins Stomach and Liver Tablets and yon will get quick relief For Sale by VNCraig o l3eneatbwo found Of little Joinny Green Ell went one night by candlelight To get some iraeollno Public Salt Fine Suburban Home Near Danville I will sell at public auction on tho preml es on THURSDAY APRIL 7TH 10- 0Atl oclock r x my borne place situated In Boyle county Ky about 3S tulle from town of Danville on Pleasant 11111 turnpike Tbo place contains 30 acres of Jlne lend all In grnss cjcont the garden and is well watered bv a branch and a never falling spring from which water Is piped to the airy and to troughs There U on tho place a frame dwelling house of eight rooms ser ant room carriage houses large barn aod other houses Is unusually well sup plied with largo and small fruits grapes berries Considering the neighborhood and proximity to town of DAo1lllo It Is J 1100 any one wanting a bright and cheerfulluburban homo end Is unusually well arranged and located for a fruit dairy ndgardenfarmTease Onefourth cash and mlahce in 11 and 3 years with Interest from day of sale payable semt annually Will be glad to show place MARTFox or glvo Information by letter Danville Ky i i SPRING CLOTHES i j MENS and BOYS j We have just received a big shipment j of them Come in and let us show them to i you it will do us good to show them and it will do you good to see them IYou will find style fit and quality preeminent in these goodsI=7C = ==i tnae4r i T 01 mILLER Danville IUI I THE GLOBE c FARMERS WK HAVE A GOOD STO01C OF Northern White Seed Oats and Tim othy Seed Blue Grass and Red Top also a stock of homegrown Orcnard Grass Our profits on tho above seeds nro small and we are compelled to have the Spot Cash when you get the seed Please do not ask us to + ticket Field Seeds nmaassse HigginsMKinneySTANFORD k I FACTORY INSTANFORDy Do you know there u a factory in Stanford that con turn out 85000 worth of HA AELDEXS PATENT FILTERS per year Cal and examine those filter nod you will bo convinced that they lira the boat thing made in the way of a filter We have hun 1ydreds of testimonials to that effect Give me your order now so an to catch the spring rains Roofing and Guttering Plumbing Furnace work or anything else that comes in tho line of Tinning or Plumbing Pumps of all kind Call up No 110 S H ALDRIDGE IDepot Street Statifordi Ky FISHING TACKLE More complete line this spring than over before Hooks Kirby Limerick nnd Sncck I Reels irotn COc to 450 Lines from b cents to 100 Iolcs 5 cent rccda and jointed different prices Minnow buckets Minnow Seines Sinkers Corks and Ish Strings of etch of these we have such nn assortment that yourint help but find what you want Pennys Drug Store I GO TO I W B McRoberts I LAN GARDENSEED I M 1IRUCE H D CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horse handled on commission u Stock Pens In Connection Stanford w KyI DRUGGISTISTANFORD FORrLANDRETHSI WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS BOOKS AND STATIONERYE j DEALER IX 1 a II L Staple and Fancy Gro J ceries Fruits Veg t etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanforcj s