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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 IfVOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 5 1904 SAM NO 11 I 1LANDSTOCKCROPSBTC 0 Polled Durbam bull cell for tale A Maywoodi sod 80 lamb I Huffman Whlto ft Son Tbomai Pence bought of D W Lynn a buncb of yearling sheep at t3 09 Two Polled Angus bull calves for ale J W Daugbman Staaford 2i J D Eadi lt Son old to Jobn Lute 17 OOQ and two year old cattle at I20and Iii bog at 4ja FOR SALE barred Plymouth egg Hawkins ilralo II per setting of 15 Hubert Carpenter 2t H L Murpby told to Charles Lute 18 mixed cattle for 1123 Ho bought a carload of bogs ID Casey at 31 to Ho D D Carter bought of M D El more a sorrel gelding for 1100 and told to Ooode Oroii of Boyle a mare for 1100 The description and pedigree of S T Harris Rood saddle stallion King Ea gle and hit great Jack Dill ICeeoe will appear next Uuo Waloh out for the adrertltement During the month of March Mn W A Olfoer who live on the BarroJa burg pike sold 70 dozen eggs the pro duct of 05 bent for the month and Rot 20 cent a dozen for tbem making 114 with a very small outlay Lox Demo crat A Dock of 11 bona will thrive In a yard SO feet wide by 00 feet deep In this way 600 hen can be uocei fully managed on one note of ground Ao cording to the management tnov will pay from II to 12 clear profit for caob hen per year Thl will give from UQO to 11000 clear profit from ono sore of bent In view of these rullablo figure your poultry should receive careful at tention If you desire to make a Urge profit n PENNYS CONFIDENCE IN HYO MEI Not A Penny Need Be Paid Un less It Cures You Of Catarrh MUe Hyomel and be cured of catarrh 1171 0 L Penny When a prominent iMiitncM bouse like thli comet out and advcrtlicfl that Hyomel will not cwt a penny unless It deg all that Ie claimed forlt it thaws what remarkable eonfi ilenoe they have In this seiontlfle Mtdleal treatment Aoemplotc Hyosel outfit oenilsttof a neat Inhaler that can be carried In the iwcktt or purse a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hvomel and costa but n The Inhaler last a lifetime and when extra bettlM of Hvomei are needed they can be obtained for boo This treatment dow away with all dU agreeable and dangerous stomach doting Breathed through the Hyomel inhaler for a few minute four time a day It Impreg natal every particle of air taken Into air pawiget of the lunge with germkill ing and health giving balsam In this way it cures the mot chronic and deep neated catarrhal disease of the- air pas Bages and reeplratorlorganl The user it the solo judge whether 1Jlromtlll to be paid for or not If it dos MrPcany will cheerfully re turn the money and it will not cost a pen ny Hobert L Reynolds one of Shelby City oldest resident died at his home there after a short illness of pneumo nia Ho was 77 yqara of age and had t been a resident of Shelby City for tbo t past 25 years Deceased was the fath I er of Mr W A Reynold the popular druggist at Junction City Funeral ser vices were held at the Junction City Christian church and Interment took t place In Bellevue Cemetery Advo cate Serious Stomach Trouble Cured I was troubled with a distress in my stomach sour stomach and vomiting spells and can truthfully say that Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets our ed meMrs T V Williams Latnga burg Web These tablets are guaran teed to cure every case of stomach trouble of this character For sale by W N Craig W J Bryana counsel filed notlco of appeal from the decision of the Supe rior court at Now Haven In the Bennett will case Attorney Newton of Mr Bryans counsel stated that the clUe not one ot personal Interest and 1tbat Mr Bryan considers It his duty to carry out the wishes of Mr Bennett and has no thought of profiting by the will himself Ohio having paid tho last of her debts there are now six States with out outstanding obligations They are Illinois Iowa Nebraska New Jersey West Virginia and Ohio The debts of Delaware Kansas Michigan Nevada South Dakota and Wyoming are only nominal ppMrs Caaey The doctor says ye hov appendlklils Tim Mr Ooh Norab Norah Whoy wor ye 10 foolish as to show him pure bank book JudgeI What Some Stanford Ladles Saw In Independence Hall Phil delphia Room whore ibo Declaration was ailloedITable chair and Inkstand used when the Declaration of Independence was OrlLjIndLiberty Bell cracked when tolling for Colef Juiilcd Martball death In 1835 Section of old elm tree under which Peon made hie treaty with the Indians Ponns chair and table Washington pew lofa and chair Section of original floor In Indepen dence Halt Large hovel and and iron Pictures of signers Revolutionary relies John Q Adams baby clothe Epaulettes worn by LaFayette Waihlngton specta ales and Masonic apron Patrick Henry glass bowl Origi ail teller written by Martha Washing lo Mr Fannie Washington Bucket used on tbo ship Cooitltu tloo Drum used In tho battle of German town Canteen used by Gen Israel Putnam Pleoo of Washington collie Mr Waihtngtooi loaning fork Original flag used In the battle of Germantown Newspaper containing an account of Washington death Cradlo used In Revolutionary times Clock owned by Gen John Knox first secretary of war Original tlgnature of George I and II Room In which Waihtogton was In auguratedSpot Abraham Lincoln stood and raised tbo flag over Independence Hall In 1801 A great grand daughter of Betsy Ron who made the first flag was in one of the rooms making flags to tell Pewter plate used by tbo Logan In 1800 Indian eealplng knife Colonial boys dress Chartnr oak section- RESOLUTIONS 100 F Lodge No 86 of Stanford Ky M run22 10M- lo as muab at ti has pleated Almigh ty God to remove our beloved brother Win Daugberty from our midst be It therefore rexolved ibai 1 We hereby acknowledge that wo have lot a good and faithful brother who loved the order and also a good friend and neighbor one who loved right and dltllked wrong We Ilk that our Heavenly Father give ut the grace to bow to ills will at we believe that our deeaated brother le at rest in the Home above 2 That wo extend to his daughter our heartfelt sympathy and pray that she may trust In Him who alone can com fort sustain and bring her to that Hea venly home where there will be no parting knowing that He docth all things well 3 That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the daughter of our Oro Daullb erty and that the INTERIOR JOURNAL be requested lo publish same J C McClary R S Eubank com mittee To The Voters of the Fifth Appellate Court District of Kentucky I am candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subjdct to the action ot tbo democratic party As circuit Judge It became my duty to try a number ol criminal cases which bayo become a part nf the State history and at a molt critical time AB Juago of the State fiscal court ll fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as lo construe the present constitution whenever u controversy arose as to its proper construction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights ot corporations and tbo oxorclso of franchisee under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trylpg circumstances is left to you to determine- I will bo very grateful to all who feel they can nsslsl me to secure tbo high position and ofllce to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL President Remsen and the faculty of John Hopkins University have exam- Ined 80 of the students of the Untver slly on their knowledge of the Bible bringing out the fact that only one of the 80 could Identify two quotations from the Scriptures and he U studying for the ministry A newspaper editorial was chosen which contained two Biblical references one referring to the Ethiopian changing his akin and the other the ibadow moving backwardI on the dial The editorial was the class and Its members were asked to tell wbonoa the quotations wore taken with the result no edIThe Senate will probably decline to consider the Impeachment case Judge Swayne of Floridat NEWS NOTES Nonunion men have beun running care at Huntlpgton Va Arnodgel Canada of Russell county was drowned in Cumberland river At a union meeting In Chicago 3lro candidates wore initiated Into the Royal ArcanumIt that the Russian forces In Manchuria are being re enforced at the rate of 4000 men oally I E Avery a newspaper man of Charlotte NO died from an overdose of morphine taken for Insomnia The BUllion general stall la said to beef the opinion that no great battle will be fought before September Caplaies have boon Issued for several prominent oily officials of Milwaukee who are charged with bribery and baodllng Tbo stemming plant of E Rice was deiiroyod at Greenville by fire entail log a loss of 130000 with only 13000 Insurance Three persons one a young woman were carried over Shoshone Falls of the Snake river a distance of 210 feet and killed- Agentlof the Department of Labor and Commerce are In St Louis to investigate iheoperallont the tocalled ne Trust The Ruitlao are reported to have seized the arsenal at Kirin between Harbin and Mukden and lo be using ll to manufacture ammunition Lleul Commander Edgar Townsend Warburton chief engineer of the battleship Maine committed suicide on board that vessel al Peniacola Mrs Sophia Hardln McBrayer has filed suit against James A McBravor at Shelby vllle for divorce 120000 all many and the custody of three children The Filipino colony at the St Louie World Fair Is lo bo served with doll meal at a daily diet and official at the city pound have agreed to furnish the dogs After a weeks stubborn fight the operators and miners at Altoona Pa agreed on h scale to be paid In the Central Pennsylvania field for one yearAn effort ls being made to match Bob Fltzslmmoos and Sandy Ferguson for a sixround bout at Philadelphia Flic has agreed to the terms of the matchThe jurors In the trIal ot George Lamp at Jasper led for causing the death of Stella Stork wept as the moth er of tbo dead girl told of bow the defendant broke up her homo The miners and operators of the 23rd district of Kentucky failed to agree on a wage scale for the year and adjourned until Wednesday John Mitchell has been summoned as a means of adjusting ihedKTerencet Three masked men hold up the Ore goo express on the Southern Pacific railroad killed the express messenger and blew up a safe In the express car It is not believed they secured a large amount of money Sidney Johnston Hayden committed suicide In New York by plunging 21 stories from a new office building the fall to the street was unlnterrupt od and every bone In his body was crushed Ho was a Louisville man Owing to the disappearance of one of Its head otllclals and a reported shortage In Us funds the Federal Trust Company of Cleveland 0 made an assignment The total assets of the Institution are placed at 13000 000 Tho newt of ibe fight of Col Young husbands forces with Ibo Tblbclans has bad a depressing effect In London where the fear la general that It may lead to complications with Russia The extreme Liberal papers denounce It as one of the worst blots on the history of England The jury al Jasper Ind brought In a verdict of guilty In the trial of Geo Lamp for seducing Miss Stella Stork of Uuntlnt burg lad the penalty be Ing from one to five years In the penl lenllary The case charging Lamp with causing the womans death was called yesterday Detectives think that In James Tay lor now under arrest in Cincinnati they have the man who robbed New York society people at a hotel at Palm Beach Fla of thousands of dollars worth of jewelory Ho had many val uable jewels and pawn tickets on his person when arrested Taking Desperate Chances- It is truo that many contract colds and recover from them without taking any precaution or treatment and a knowledge of this fact leads others to take their chances instead of giving their colds the needed attention It should be borne In mind that every cold weakens tho lungs lowers the vitality makes the system lees able to withstand each succeeding cold and paves the way for more serious di senses Can you afford to take such des poratt chances when Chamberlains Cough Remedy famous for itacurea of colds can be had for a trifle For sale by W N Craig HUSTONVILLE Dont fall to attend the Horse Show hare Saturday The host of friends of O R McCor mack are cordially Invited to attend his Spring opeoing this week and bring their produce The architects from Louisville haye completed the measurements for the Weatherford Hotel and the COntract will be lot at once Mill Llszle Phillips ol Liberty la building fine millinery for Mrs Myers Miss Lelia Sandldge Is the guest of Mill Katherine Ball R W Keenon and Barry Moore of Harrodiburg wore here Sunday Mill Mollle Hopper Is at home after a pleas ant visit to Lancaster friends W G Cowan sold to L P Yandell of Boyle 25 1000pound cattle at olioI This tale does not Indicate much de jlloe in good stock In this section AIllo Hill and his brother of Boyle county werepaiilnglhrougbbero Moo day when their horse became uomanI agable and upset the buggy and severe ly Injured one of them Dr Jobn Thomas Hunn of Shelby City who recently graduated from the Louisville Medical College paid a visit to the family of his grand mother Mrs Robert ham prior to his return fora years practice In the Louisville City Hospital awarded him for his success Dr Hunn Is the proud possessor of both the Junior and Senior medals won In a competitive examination The Easter entertainment by the Mission Band at the Christian church Sunday night was largely attended and the program was well rendered All the participants deserve much credit for the able manner In which tber pert was rendered Miss Lora Bohon deserves especial mention for her beauti ful recitation The five little tots Ber tba and Catherine Moran Catherine Mills and Rosa and Mary Frye In a chorus and recitation won tho hearts of the audience LANCASTER Jamee I Hamilton will otter for sale April 22 30 lots on the property recently purchased of Dr Herring Marriage license was Issued this week to John Hays of Buckeye and Mill Annie Gaines of Klrksvllle alto toIBarry Edmunds and Miss Bailie of BuckeyeThe for erecting the fire hose rack was awarded to Henley Has tin It la situated between the court house and engine house and will be a great convenience The medals for tbo State tournament have been mot generously given by the merchants of Lancaster About 35 or 40 medals will be given and each one Is to be suitable for tbo contest In which It is to be awarded The town was full of ladles Saturday who were visiting the millinery open Ings The styles are unusually pretty and attractive Mr Lear served hot chocolate to her callers assisted by Misses Doty Morrow and Herndon Milo Katie Hemphlll of Nicholas vlllo Mlts Bertha Horetzky of Mexi co are guests of the Mlsies Arnold Miss Lille Wept of Jessamine loall tube spent Enter with her parents here Misses Hassle Ballon and Ma mie Ballard were visitors here last week Marshall Danny of Louie vllle Dental College and Louie Gill of Central University were at home a few days Miss Callla Adams of Rich mond has been the guest of relatives here Misses Clyde Burke Clyde Mc Gtnnltt Cyrena Dunn and Belle School field of Danville attended the dance hero Monday evening Miss Annie Bronaugh of Crab Orchard Is with Miss Annie Austin Best Cough silo for Chil dren When you buy a cough medicine for small children you want one in which you can place implicit confidence You want one that not only relieves but cures You want one that Is unquestionably harmless You want one that is pleasant to take Chamberlains Cough Remedy meets all of those conditions There Is nothing so good for the coughs and colds incident to childhood It la also a car lama preventive and cure for croup and there is no danger whatever from whoop lug cough when it is given It has been used in many epidemics of that disease with perfect success For sale by W N Craig Comfort to the sick from bathing Is decrlbed In Care of Invalids Issued by the Medical Department of The Mu tual Life Insurance Company of New York This book la sent on request to those who address the Home Office of the Company Nassau Cedar William and Liberty Streets NewlYork City moo I have used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets with moat tatisfactory result saya Mrs F L Phelps Houston Texas For Indigestion biliousness and constipation these tablets are most excel lent Sold by W N Craig New Thirjgs for Easter 6We can fit out a man or boy from his hat to Ouriwe i can please you in pattern and in price Clothing HatsShoes i Neckwear Shirts HosieryIBuy Something New for Easter i sasssrssasr T D miLLBE Danville Kg GLOBEi New Corn Planter We have just received our f Oar New Tiger Disc and- RunnerCornPlaijtcr Something new Call and see them HigginsMKinneySTANFORD BUG PROOF I If can not make a cistern bug tight nobody in Lincoln county can I will use a cast iron cistern platform galvanized iron pump and a Hascldcu Patent Filter These three excel lent articles will forever faithfully guard filth from your cistern Call and examine Phone 116 Depot Street S H ALD RIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky TAPALAC Is the ideal finish for all iron and wood work the home JAP ALAC wears longer than paint and makes an elegant finis like varnish We have it in allthe popular colors and in the Natural Wood Finish JAPALAC is for sale at Pennys Drug Storef GO TO W B McRoberts LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED StanfordI DRUGGIST Ir STANFORD FOR 1GARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS BOOKS AND STATIONERY a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMASNEWLAND SR li a undidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subJect lo the aetlen of the democratic petty GEO W DE BORD IiaunaNatetotShedeof Lincoln county subJect- to tat action of the party T JEFF HILL SR li i candlJatt fSheriff of Lincoln county subject to Ui action patty JESSE C LYNN It candidate fer sheriff of Lincoln county subject to Bit action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party DINK FARMER lea candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS It a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the luocratlc party WIHERRINIIsacandld for Jailer subject to the action of the itnocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITTI It a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to tn of the demo cratic party MISS KATE BOGLEI It a candidate for Superintendent of Public SchoolsI of Lincoln county subject to action of the cratic rrly HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In theI Elfbth district to succeed lion G G Gilbert sub e action of the Democratic party Your sup porte solicited R C WARREN Is a candidate for judge of the Lincoln county Court subject to the action of the democratic ranyI JAMES ANDERSON Is a candidate far Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic patty GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candUate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of LIncoln county ject to the attlen of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON- Is a candidate for Assessor of LIncoln county subject to the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY Is a can Mate for Assessor of LIncoln county subject to the action of the democratic party TUB hit dOlt bowls In mentioning the Congressional race wo etated that Hon Barvey Helm did not own plan tattoos In other States but that wo did pot think that that was not absolutely essential to win the race The Bar rodsburg Berald rushes to Col Mooroe defense and tells of his succeiifnl life his big cotton crops his methodical minner of farming etc 88 If we intended a reflection on Us pet candidate No of course It Is not to a gentlemans discredit to have means but when friends of that man use his money as t their greatest argument lo his behalf It makes the fellow up the tree think that It Is Col Moores money that Is making the race and not the distin guished gentleman himself With a democratic majority of 2003 or 3000 It Is not necessary to have aman with a barrel to beat the republicans In this district and the old song about Moore and Money Is rather a rldlcu bus one and la oolv sung by Col Moore friends to scare floes Harvey Helm and GG Gilbert out of the race for the nomination It will be a case of loves labor lost though for Mr Helm is In the race to stay and to win and while not a plantation owner he has abundant means to thoroughly organ- Ize and canvass the district has a good clean record Is close to the hearts of the boys In the trenches and is not a novice as a campaigner by a Jug full WE think more of the democratic party than we do of Mr Hearst and what we want to see Is some one as lead cr whose personal worth as a man enti r ties him to such leadershipMt Vet nonSlgnalSodoweandourlovetortheparty our abuse oi a man who has done as- It much for democracy as Mr Hearst has By work and means the gentleman In qncstlon has supported the party and its candidates and coming at a time when both were greatly needed his help should be appreciated the more In Byans campaign Mr Hearsts con tributions exceeded 1230000 to say nothing of the great service reudered 4byhis half dozen or so democratic dal lies It not a democrat like Mr Hearst due a little consideration Seems to us that he Is i ONE United States Senator and one 1exCongreeaman have so far been convicted in the postal graft one Senator rot out on a technicality and many others would have been convicted had not the House killed a proposition to Investigate the remstnlogthreefourtbt of the postoRce department which Is reeking with corruption Vote next fell Mturn all the rascals out of otllce and Into the enttei y Senator Gor t mans demand for further Investigation will doubtless go unheeded but It will ts puttho blame whoroltproperlyboloops In a speech that roust have made the rascalsquake in their boots unless they regard themselves all proof against conviction the Maryland Sedatordenounc ed the plan for an early adjournment of Congress as an effort to hide repub lican corruption EDITOR Louis LANDKAM has been editing the LancaiterRecordnlneyears and It is just nine times a better paper than It was when be took hold of It HERE AND THERE Princess Edward of SaxoWelmar Is dead InlLondon Four strikes Involving 550 men are In progress In Louisville- At Leesburg Mr Buck Andersons homo was destroyed by fire and Mr Anderson burned to death One man was killed and manv others Injured by an explosion In the Erie railroad shops alMcadvllle Pa Simon Williams died at Owensboro fromlnjurles received In a tight with GeorgeReed his brotherIn law Mrs Frances Dannobachorof Bloomfield N J died from blood poisoning caused by a scratch received from a roseDuring March the enormous sum of 133113500 was coined at the mint in San Francisco breaking all previous recordsS Williams who possessed the largest private Masonic library 10I the world died at his homo at Wash legion Court House O George Carter a Negro of Carroll this State shot his wife who will die shot his motherinlaw and then with the same gun killed himself James Johnson a nephew of the late J B Marcum was shot sod killed by Bummer Spicer from a window In the home of Roger Spicer In Breatbtt countyAs result ot a collision of two freight trains on tho Vandalla line near Terra Haute three men were killed and two engines and 40 cars were to a report Issued by the United States Geological Survey Ken tucky Is included In the most active center of development In the oil Indus try during the year 1902 Gov Beckbam and Adjt Gen Haly are considering the advisability of holding the annual State military en campment within the Worlds Fair grounds at St Louis during the fair The pig Iron shipments from the Birmingham district for March were heavier than for several months past greatly exceeding the output The producers are encouraged and more furnaces will start up at once Every wholesale whisky dealer in Kentucky has been called to attend a meeting today In Louisville to arrange to fight the legality of the law taxing single stamp whisky cents a barrel and 25 cents for packages less than bar rele POLITICAL The Socialists of Kansas nominated a preacher for Governor The postofflco at Guthrie has been put In the presidential class A Parker club the first In Kentucky was organized at Frankfort last night The prospects for democratic harmony and success are good I am very hopeful of the partys triumph In the election says Hon John G Carlisle The Tenth district Ohio republican Congressional convention at Ports mouth nominated Henry T Bannon for Congress breaking a deadlock ibatbad lasted for several days Former Senator Bill is said to Intend that the New York State delegation to the democratlo convention shall post lively be Instructed for Judge Alton B Parker for the nomination for presl dentSenator McCresry spoke on the POt office Appropriation Bill and declared that an Investigation of tho scandals alleged to exist In that department was the duty of Congress and should bo authorized at once There is too much Hllllsm In the Parker boom for it to assume appeal by growth said Gov OdellofNew York lust as he went Into conference with Senator Platt at the Fifth Avenue Ho tel If Parker should be nominated I should feel as though Hill were the mao the republicans had to beat in this State and that Parker was only a side IssueAndrew Carnegie Is said to have sent word to President Roosevelt that he need not worry about money for his campaign It is stated that Mr Carne gin has announced that he will onset any tightening of Wall Streets purse strings by contributing hall a million dollars or a million if necessary to aid tbo republican candidate for the presi dency CHURCH MATTERS Rev J B Crouch pastor of the Bap tist church at Falmoutb has been call ed to the pastorate of the First Baptist church at Carlisle and accepted preaching his first sermon May 4 Rev J B Hardln assistant secrete ry of The Home Missionary Society will deliver an address at the Chris tfenchurob tonight at 715 All mem bers are requested to be present and all Christian people are Invited No col lection will be taken nor pledges lobo lied r i sww1Vw- wN ahf IN NEIGHBORING ludJeolyI Mrs Saran E Wheat died at Salvlsa Mercerjcounty Mrs Fannie Jarvls wife of Circuit Judge M L Jarvls Is dead of consump tion Mrs J R Morris died near Liberty after a lllncis of tlonIloose to Carpenter fc Son who now have possession News James Chltwood of Strunkd Lane was run over by a fast freight train Pine Knot and almost Instantly killed Mr Bertha M Smith of Richmond was elected hostess for the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair St Louis The citizens of Burnsldo will hold an election April 20 to vote on saloons There has never been a saloon In the town The wets will make a hard fight Wm Grant an old and highly re epected citizen living near Pallvtown Adair county died after a short Ill ness He was about 70 years old and a Union soldier President Francis of the Worlds Fair says he Is delighted with the election of Mrs Bertha Smith of Richmond his old home as hostess of the Kentucky building Pearl H Montgomery of Wllllaros burg and William Lookhart after upending a night In the Louisville jail on a charge of unlawful intimacy set at rest the charge against them by get ting married Gov Beokham appointed Joseph Irvine as Magistrate In the Second dis trict ot Boyle county to succeed W 0 Gentry resigned Mr Irvine Is a young and prosperous farmer and well qualified for the position The Danville Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy will Issue a special edition of the News on April 15 They will sell the edition and the proceeds will be devoted to a monument fund that Is being raised to erect a mono ment at Danville to the Confederate deadA newspaper Is to be launched In the near future at Monticello Wayne coup ty by the Monticello Publishing Co of which W C Barrlckmao publisher of the Shelby Sentinel Is president James W Simpson vice bresldont and Prof W B Mable secretary and man aging editor The two latter reside In Montlcello The new publication will be a sixcolumn folio and will devote special attention to oil news First Crookl was at the race track yesterday and made over a hundred Second Crook Picking winner First CrookNo pockets Chicago Journal Tills office Is headquarters for print log of every description Seo our tock and get our price Real Estate Bargains C ouDtIKytodate in every particular coo log with Improvements and 20 acres of floe land close to Southern railroad Price 19 000 Alto 11 acres or Florida land In Mann vllle On railroad street through place leavings acret on one tide with 2 story 5 room house and oranges peaches pears plums grapes all bearing end 8 acres nn other tide with 0 room onestory house oranges peach pears plum grapes bear Ing All for 12800 or the 0 acres for 11800 and the 5 acres for 11100 325 acre In Allen county Ky on tall road and pike about acre cultivated about 125 la timber and grass end about ISO In grass Timber on place is cut to 18 Inches but will make barrel timber iblng lea ties and cord wood enough to for the place twice over A large part is fenced There are four dwellings of rooms each and one store of twostorle with rooms above has well and springs of water Is In 2 miles of county seat and grow tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 12200 Onehalf cub A Dullltt county Ky farm of 100 acre with good 2tory house metal roof barns water etc 110 acres of timber that will make ties stave barrel timber Ground will grow wheat corn tobacco etc only 2000 X cash Place has fruit trees 171 acre l mile Bardstown Junction Buliltt county Ky 120 acres cultivated balance In timber good three room house with hall new log burn smoke house wood house ODe well good springs and running water two orchards three room tenant house Is a beautiful farm and productive cheap for 83300 12000 cash balance In one two and three year 122 acres three mile of Willie burg Wash ington Ky IIS acre cultivated 8 springsorchardlveranda collar barn cribs wood house smoke house hen house school on the farm Fb11a a good farm worth the money 12500 11250 cash balance one and two years MlsslsslprlThereopportunities for profitable Investment as the Mrttls is now fitly described as Pros perity Vtlley timehe easoncthatlumberpeoplef- rom able all the the North where the supply of timber Is fast diminishing are constantly Increasing their purchases of timber lands In the South When the ber Is removed the land Is unequaled for agricultu ral purposes It will product a bale of cotton to the acre or will grow other kind of crop raked In the temperate zone The soil nedi no fertilizer and gives a yield which cannot be excelled taxes are low the title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm and timber lands at present prices Is staking an In vestment that he will never regret land Is di vided Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to 17000 acres to the tract sod prices from 3e per acre to St6 per are according to location etc re authorized by the company who owns they lands to state that as other parties are considering the purchase of these lands that we offer se tracts sub t to prior sale witMrawal from market or change n price wlthont notice However when notified enoughfori ooo acres of this land has been sold by the pany since we received this option For further par Icula call at our office countyicybuilt ago water power the latter 8 months of the year It la an up todate ruler mill with burra for corn and meal bolt The engine le of 7 year runt 14 acres with the mill Including what Is with the house of S rooms All for 0SSO or 15 900 for tho mill and li acres One half cash Uaa fine trade No mill In 10 tulle Central Kentucky Real EstateTltle Co Stanford Ky lJ 0 4 iII IE poor will make ho loytonVeI II about 12 hands high a beautiful spotte pony and a perfect Individual n 0 NUNNKLLEY Turncrsvllle KT Blue Grass Nurseries Spring 1004- Trees by the million Fruit and Orna AsparllltUIHhubarb aKoDtaIcation to lIIf troth Pnoncn 270 Lexington Ky Spring Cleaning Do not fall to visit our shire and tulcc what you need in arpolg MatilugsKuga Lace Curtain Window Shades Anything In the Furniture Line Doors Win dove Paints a nice line of Picluri Mouidloga from which we make frame to order PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY I II BBUCE n D CARtxlt BRUCE and CARTER Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street Sra roan KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage it solicited Hone handled on commtulon Stock Pens In Connection E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford POSTED We whose named appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of ties passing on our place and will prmecute violators to the full extent of the law J Z Bnoonaraore T M Holror II F Newlaod J B Camenttcb Peter Palmer W II John on Mrs Mary Given David Stephens James M White and wife E V OarsU I Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welch R A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs AD Root FOR SALE I HT acres of landittuatedln Lincoln coun Kyon the turnpike road leading from Stanford to liustonvllle a mile from the former place In one of the best neighborhoods In the county well watered has Sieve falling springs and running streams on lime and kaown ant lie John S Murphy farm All of aldfsrmlograsserceptabout JO acret acres 10 growing wheat which lookI well Timothy ondcloTer All under good fence and good Improvement Anyone desiring to purchase a good farm will da well to tea me or write mo before purchasing OEO W OAUTJm Turnernllle K- yCommissioners Sale LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT J B KiintARD 40 riff YJoe Deft Pursuant to a Judgment and order of tale rendered at term of the Lincoln Circuit Court the undersigned Commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit Tourl will on MONDAY APRIL II 1904 about the hour of 12 tethe regular court day of the Lincoln County Court In front of the Court House door Stanford KT sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder the following described property for the purpose of satisfying the afore said Judgment which is for the turn of S2IOUO with 8 percent interest from Aug 21 1003 until paid together with the emit of title action Cost to present date 118 10 The said property It the printing outfit ot- a newspaper Democrat con lUng of two printing pretsei one hand power one foot power and the type In the newspaper and Job departments all thing appurtenant thereunto all of which being now In Lincoln county Ky- TERMdtA credit of 3 months the par chaser being required to give bond with rood security payable to the Commissioner bearing 8 per coat Interest annum from date of tale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment upon which execution may luo at maturity If not paid O B BAUPLEY M U L O O Commissioners Sale LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT n o WAItIIaN AC j Plffa- vs OEO 8 OOODCS Admr 4c 1tDaft Pursuant to a Judgment and order of sale rendered at the February term of the Lincoln Circuit Court the undersigned Master Commissioner ot the Lincoln Cir cult Court will on- MONDAYAPRIL II 1904 the regular court day of the Lincoln Coup ty Court about tho hour ot 12 mn front of the Court House door In Stanford Ky sell at public auction to the highest and lest bidder following real property or- s much thereof as may be necessary to iittltfy the laid Judgment Tho said real property consists of two tract of land situ Sled In locolo county ICy on the water ot Neat Creek and bounded and described as tolloWs lit tract Bounded on the North by tho land of 8 U Baugbman and McRobert on the East by the lands of John Bright and D W Vnde eer on the Wet by the land of Daniel Manuel on the South by the lund of John Bright and Wm Stratton and containing 28 acres 2nd tract Boginning at a poplar stump lad running South thence down the branch to a fence which runs straight up the hill South to Vandevoorn line thence West to hit corner thence North to the beginning 6 or acres Tim amount necessary to realize from this sale It 150 20 and the costs of this them Costa to present date 815- TlmMSA credit of 8 months the pur chaser being to glue bond for pur chase money with approvedisereonal so curlty payable to and from date of tale a lion oelug retained on land O B 8AUFLEY M 0 L 0 OI sc e7Fk n Larger and Better Our lino is larger and hotter this BOIUOU than over before Vo arc showing tho utmost Wool Dress Goods suchpia Molmire Voiles Ktnmincs Ilomcsjnma and Serges in tho newest shades Our lino of Silks are the boat to Ito had Wash Silks 27 V inches wide nil colors CO cents per yard 10 inch Taffeta nil colors 10 cents per yard Fine lino of yard wide Taffetas Penn de Soir lint Chnntuugs- Ludica Muelin Underwear A largo stock rondo and trimmed nicely from 10 cents to 1 gariuentLtWo are showing n largo and well elected line at Cortgtdj Wash Goods Whito Goals Porthlo ClibWola Towtfe Uolitiiis Motft Furnishings Unto Etc OWHIKY BLOCK WATCH OUR ADS GRAND LEADER M8 Levy O Co S B Levy THE Chas Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KY ANNOUNCES A FULL LINE OF Spring Summer Goods IN EVERY DEPARTMENT p Heaters Get our prices on Heat ers bfore you buy LataAAEJJ4JOHN BRIGHT JR COj TRY ONE OF THESE 1 t Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For a Glean and Easy Shavc you cant itffori not to use n CLAUSS HAZanI GEORGE H FARRIS A COI Stanford Kentucky G R McCormack Dealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce CeR McCormack Hustonville ECLIPSE SHOESm = 350 tft S4 PER PAIR I For style and durability none excel them We have lust received our Spring Line In Ibo different leathers Patent Colt Skin Vicl Kangaroo and Box Calf Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction Call In and the lino before purchasing your Spring Shoes W E Perkins PARKERS HAIR BALSAM baitInNever falls to lieitor 0 Curt FolmarbradiJtuzt IFOR SALE Residence with 6 rooms ball and porches cistern servant room coal house hen house stable and buggy shed with 6H acres of land on Danville street 34 of a mile from court house Just outside ot town llmltand within 400 yards of graded school For Information apply to R J MROHERTS Stanford Ky slrUr t ii t t Crab TXrGET YOUR BUGGY PAINTED iIfleocebuggyeltllblllhment t t to t Dry Goods Our lino embraces the very best brands and styles that nldnoy can buy We cnll oepccial attention to Drees Goods Wash Goods Silks and Trim mince Suits and Skirts We can give you n correct idea by showing you our very large and va ried sine Wo nro just getting into the Suit business nnd show only Spring 100 styles No left overs Sweep and walking skirts that nro correct in t itylojvnd price Carson Room THE INTERIOR JOURNAL u STANFORD KY AHUL 5 1001 WE remind you tbat now U tba time when you need Luc Orsee CoodUlooI Powder for your mock tIe Sheep sad Hog all need a Coodl tWo Powder after a long winter sodo much dry food Price 25 cte a peck ago Penny Drug Swre PERSONALSI MRS P P NONNKLLEY Is Mite HUNDLEY MABON of Loui vllle le with Mrs W P Taw DART little ion of Roy and Mr J W Uagln ba been quite tick MISS CAMILLE HoilER of Huilon vltle wai with Mill Clara Cooper Miss MAOOIK SACBAY of Danville spent Sunday with her sisters here Miss ELLEN BALLOU peni Saturday and Sunday with friend In Nicholas villa JULIAN BODKNBof Lexlngtooipsni several div with hi aunt sad sister here OAKEnonoot Klngivlloboit flitrlmsnTeoMRS WD PBNNV and Mooral drys with t of Danville spent relatives hero- MBsans W P TATS J L Totten and R B Mahooy attended court at Liberty yesterday W 0 WITHERS of Mlddleiboro spent Saturday sod Sundav with hl- wife sad baby here MRS J S RIpe II back from Cave City She left her father Dr Garnett somewhat Improved TIIOMAB O BALL Ii rejoicing over the arrival of a coo at hi home He arrived Friday night CEO D FLOIIKNCB of Georgetown College pent Saturday and Sunday with the bomefolks here MISS EDNA BAUOIIMAN of Huston villa li the guest of Mrs T H Smiley on West Short Lexington Democrat DUDERT W REYNOLDS bu roturned to Kentucky Unlvenlty al Lexington after a visit to bll parent at Moreland Ma AND MRS A ADDAMB of Crab Orchard spent Saturday here tbo lat tor consulting Dr R A Jones the dentistMESSRS S M AND It Q SAUl Y of Lexington rod Richmond respectively spent Sunday with their mother Mrs J 0 McClary MRS ANNIE LABLKY left yesterday for a visit to her brother at Hopkins 1villa From theta she will so to Texas to some dine with roUtlvas MANLY ALHRIOHT and Albert lllati of Brodhead were on Saturday a train returning from Louisville where they have been attending a buslnemcollrgo Miss MAIUB MAHONY of George town College and Miss Chloe laugh man of CampbeUHaKerra College Lexington peni several day with theft parent W R mole le seriously disabled from adlieaicd loot which his friends fear will have to be amputated Ed H and W Boyd Morrow have formed a law partnership Somerset Journal LOCALS PRETTY thing In glatiwareat Farris sit Coe FOR wedding resents see W H Muollcr line of solid sliver and fine cut glass CARLOAD of buggiesend harness for silo cheap for cash Curtis Gover Crab Orchard RE CLEANED millet eCcdandlNorth oro rood oat cheap for calbJ Baughman k Co NEW and ityllsh thine ai the 8a cray Studios Stanford and Danvillo A reliable guarantee to please every one THE Ladles Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs Bottle McKlnney next Friday afternoon at oclockSTORE ROOM FOR RENT The store room In the INTERIOR JOURNAL build Ing occupied by O Rosenstoln S Co- IR for rent Apply at this office or write to W P Walton Lexington IT was too cold Sunday for many oft the ladles to Initiate their now Easter bonnets but as the milliners have all t been doing well the next warm Sunday will bring out many now and stylish hats a nO e 9ALE1r Isaac Hamilton DM sold to Mr 0 A Denham of Williams burp his farm of 100 acres on Logan creek at 180- TilE cut of thtl wrecked Christian church at Crab Orchard printed a few days ago was made from a picture taken by J O ElroJ tbo photographer A DARNOU It C leone farm In Casey burned last week It contained a lot of corn and bay which alao went up In name It wee Insured tn tboI Continental represented by Rev R D Mntony Toot KINO eon UCH King of Morelaod attempted to board a passing freight train at the Cllfty crossing Wednesday night and fell under the wheels losing a Irg Qo U at the Red dish Hospital Somerset Journal EVKKHODYiaji iroImakes the finest and bet baby and children pictures they ever saw Six large panels D3o Extra Uoeoablneti Six forl160 Expert photographs of babies and children Klmore Build loll Stanford Ky Short time only TUG entertainment Riven by the children of the Fourth Grade Miss Re la lurch teacher Friday evening was thoroughly enjoyable and reflected credit both on the teacher and and her pupil The Graded Sehool Auditorium was pinked and all wont homo feel lag well repaid for the time and money pent In going KILL u SovMrs Tboi Bui lla of the Wlldle lection of Roanoaitle county suddenly became memo and killed her 18year old ton with an ax who was Ill in the douse She then left When her husband name to the house from his work be found his son In a pool of blood on the bed At tbo wife bad previously shown signs of insanity a learoh was Instituted for her She was found several hours afterward Susan Ru ttllot the Oltennelm section has s pet ground hog of which she thinks a great deal She bought It from a boy last summer and bad become greatly attached to It when In October It loft She bad almost forgotten her pot when on March 12 It came Into her house Since that time It has remained around Mr Russell home and bat learned to do many imart little trick GOOD Snow AT OPERA HOUSE Tho MoDado Fun Maker begun an on gagement at Walton Opera Rouse lsit night In Vaudeville for the pur pose ot advertising the greet German Medicine This company comes well recommended and good crowd litDO doubt attend each night The adrols IloD li only lOo Dr St George F Aibbv the Gorman physician bar his office at the Opera House dally where ho can be consulted free of charge Call and see him KENNEDY Mr E D Kennedy who mado Lincoln county one of tbo very ben assessors she ever had announce hit candidacy tbli Issue Having a splendid Idea of the value of lands and personal property good at figures and a fine penman Mr Kennedy la well equipped to fill the odlco of assessor and ho li going to leave no itone un turned In his effort to secure the nomi nation for that olllce He li ai good a democrat ai ho le a clover gentleman and his mane admirers all over the county ere anxious to see his hopes realized and will do all In their power to bring about the desired result TUB FinnMaker aro giving splendid performances at Walton Op era House nightly and are deserving of much larger crowds than they aro hay Leg The show Is absolutely clean and there are no objectionable features whatever Tho McDado family con elating of husband wife and little daughter Xorlnne aro living wonders They are good In every line and their dancing is tbu beet ever seen hero Lit tlo Zorlnno does tho cutest kind of a turn and Is always liberally applauded Mr and Mrs Stanley aro an exceed Ingl clover pair and are especially good In song Mrs Stanley Is a One d ancer and they are both upto date In farce comedies Prof Franoher the pianist la not only an adept in classical music but Is also a success as a trick performer on that Instrument Dr St George Ashby the German physician ii an Interesting lecturer and an affa ble gentleman Ho ra graduate of medical colleges of note both In this country and England We are to Talk Business II With tho exception ofa few items in each department our Spring stock is now ready for your inspection We have profited greatly bonrly purchases null have numerous articles at less than tho price now nnd we will use these low prices to induce you to give us your trade We know no tricks to use on you but by the lair methods that have made and held our trade wo hope to have you for n customer Hoping to see you soon in our store we nrc yours for business sErVERAI CETWO PETGROUNDl00Mrs Ready STORES HEAVY frosts have fallen tbo hit two mornings and It Is feared that fruit Is killed J 0 ELKOD photographer will move his Crab Orchard branch gallery to Stanford this week DR W N ORAIGS drug riots Is bt ing greatly Improved In appearance by the use of paper and paint MY nock ofw clocks solid silver goods etc li select and lar o aDd prices low W H Mueller CIRCUIT COURT begun atLlbertyyes terday with a very small docket There li not a prisoner In the jail SECOND crop of Ilehpotatoes rhu bard plants cabbage and tomato plant now ready John Cbrliman florist and gardner FOR SALE Whiteseed II per bushel Drown Leghorn eggs 75 cent for 15i Pekln duck eggs 5 Jo for 13 Jno L Doiley Lvtlo Ky 2i DONT tell to see A Dreamy Ri manco at Walton Opera Mouse IIn April 20th In connection with The Reveries of a Bachelor CIIANOBD DATE Tbeenierulnmrint to ba given at the Graded School on tba 8th has been changed to the 15th for satisfactory reasons Prof R S Eu bank asks ui to stave Dont forget the date DOGS tot Into Mr f1Traylors hogs the other night and ran them all over the country around bU distillery Some 36 of them aro still missing and Mr Traylor will give a liberal reward for their return KLKODH uptodate photos are giving entire satisfaction The quality and price surprise all who have seen them Six platlno jewel for 25o Guaranteed not to fade Elraore Building Stanford Ky Short time oolyIPDRODLLMrsPurcell 11001 Mr Samuel Purcell of the East End died Friday night of pneumonia foyer and was burled Saturday tn the family bury Ing ground In Rockoaitle county She was about 48 years of ago and was the daughter of Mr Jeff Coffey of Rock castle She leaves husband to mourn her loss TUE Central Kentucky tea Estate Exchange Title Co has options In almost every county In tbo State con sisting ot town property farming lands mills stocks of goods etc also several options on good property out of th State chief of which U 150000 acres of cotton land In Mississippi An Invest moot In lands lu Mississippi le sure to realize you enormous profits Call a our office and examine the list of ou property that does not appear In ibis Issue We are In touch with Louis ville St Louis and Virginia real es taLe firms and property placed In our hand to sell will also be advertised bv thcio firms To The Democrats Of Lincoln County To many ot my democratic friends I have expressed an Intention of become fag a candidate for the osier of county Judge For reasons satisfactory to ray self I have decided not to becomoa can dldate for that office I desire to tender my sincere thank to my man friends who have pledged me tbelr sup port With best wishes for the future success of the democratic party I am Respectfully M F NORTH MATRIMONIAL Only two marriage licenses were granted during the month of March in Boyle county James C Hawkins of Midway and Mills Anna Nelson of Richmond elop ed to Cincinnati and were married Mist Jennie Shumate daughter o F M Shumate of Danville was mar rled last week to Prof J P Whltt a Johnson tarp Tenn John W Goooh son of M H Gooob of tbe Waynesburg faction was mar rled to Mlsa Bertha Wilson alsoof that section Supt Singleton tied the knot The Now York World says Parker will have 810 votes Jn the St Loula convention or 148 more than will be necessary to secure the nomination for president Jpeclal Judge Murray decided tbo contested mayoralty election at Bowl log Green In favor of Geo T Wilson the democratic Incumbent and conies teeMecaueehnr buiband persists In amok atI NOTICE We wlsli to contract fqr Loglng about 300000 or 400000 feet of Logs to our will BABTIV A COLLIER Crab Otchard A S PRICE burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky t McBobem 1bO1711DuJldiDI Have your colts ens tratcd by T F GROSS Preach ersvllle Ky wellknown ca trlorIof borne and doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Try him LOGAN pointsflooulank TbU jack will make the present tea sun at BIV stable 3 miles Nortb of Crab Orchard Ky at It to Insure a living colt paidMooeydueinwith A II Or bOrchardKJ Produce Wanted I We weal your trade and wilt pay you the EggFeathersCall at NORTflCOTT CO Stanford Ky I No 5132 REPORT OF CONDITION OF TilE Lincoln County National hnk OF STANFORD KY At tbe tiMeof UuilneM Mar M UKSOUIIOES Loanand nlxvunu105j50 2g OreniralU teearol and mtrcured U87 41 U S ponds to thrifts c4rr Utlon 80000 00 Stock McurltlM etc linking house furniture and flxtum soo w Due from N Uonal flank not Reserve Agenlt iuiiL- Duerora 1670 25 Shle flanks and Ilinken Duefromapproalrteneagenu 34187 IS Checks and other dub Item 1726 39 Notes of other National hank 2000 00 FrarUonal paper currcnry nlcklea and ctotaMMroLawful Monty Rttio In flank Tlx Specie Mt8700 00 f gal under 00Lel7 00 16lOO 00 Redemption torn U S Ttcasr 8 per cent circulation 2500 00 Total 1303 Kl UAlJIUTlEb Capital stock paId10M t 00 Hurului fund 2400 Undivided prottta law ezpemwaand tax 0320 65 Nallrfunk Mote ouutandln M 00 11eIndtrlduilllepoaluwDletsto check iso 64148 Notel and bills redlaoounied Total 931 24 STATE OF KKNTUCKY 1 tWualyofLiala f M r1John n Qwilejr cashier of the abore named Uankdoaolemnlyawesr that tbe afore atatcroent U true to belt of nr knowledpnd belles Caablir- Subacrlbed and sworn to before me thla 4tb day ol Apr i W4 J J McllOllKKTd NI L Coxawrr Attcat S If SIIASKH J It anoN W O WALK K- MDirector 2796 REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANS AT STANFORD In the State of Kentucky al the close of buiintu Mar 26 190- 1RESOURCES Loans and dlicounta 13127V M Overdrafts secured and uniecurtdt 8919 9fi S Hool1 to iccure Clrculallun 41000 Premium on V S lionda 2800 tecuritict etc lUMS 03 Hanking home furniture and fixturea 52SO 00 Other real stale owned 172 00 Duo from National Hanks not lte serve Agent 27197 02 Due from elate hunks and Danken 1257 Due from approved reserve agents 4I1WJ 39 Intraniltu Checks and other rash Items 191843- Notca of other Nat Haut 135300 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 347 90 LawtuI Money Reserve In Uank drSpecie f12A10 Legal tender notei 4883 00 16913 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer per cent of circulation 201000 fDue trout State ol Kotucltyh 1417191tLIABILITIES Capital stock J 400100 Surplus fund 1600 00 Undivided profits less eipensea and lazes paid 4JHI 99 National Hank Notes outstandiniu 4IJWJ W Due to other national banks 1SJW Due to atate banka and banker dKil U Individual depot subject to cheek le71tl1 7- UCertined cheeks Total ytO29UT III IICounlI J 00 J Uclloberta cashier of above named 0inC do solemnly swear that the above state ment il true to the bust of my knowledge and lief JNO J Me IOUERJ Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4tb day ol 1904 W M Urif bt N I L 0 Correct =Attett JH HOCKEI ELMOHKrDliectora Carpets Our entire lino of Carpets Mattings nnd oil cloths are freely clean now goods and cheaper than the same qualities are sold anywhere Dont fail vto tee our stock also largest sample lino in to- wnShoes None better Few ns good As the factory lines we represent Tho fact that Zeiglcr Bras shoes have been sold in Stanford for 80 yours and are more used today than ever is sufficient recommendationw SON Leader Room 1 QUEEN QUALITY Shoes for women set the Shoe Fashions Our window display of thc famous Shoes is the prettiest eVer seen in Stanford See if the styles shoivvhtiro not what you are looking for In style comfort and service these shoes are tar ahead Many new a attractive styles for I SpringCummins S McClary J ROflANS BOYS CLOTHING If there is one thing in which a merchant must be moro par ticulnr than another it 5s theiselection of- LITTLE MENS and YOUNG MENS J1I1rticutnrtheI tl to time we have been especially so and ask the mothers to our stockTHIJI iTROBERTS Stanford Ky IP Yet WANT RUBBER TIRESGKT MY THICKS rUBY ABE Tim LOWEST Aisn MY T1it s AUK THE FINEST MADE Expert Mechanics to Put Them On 1Sasisf action Guaranteed W CLOTHING LANCASTER KY HE INTERIOR JOURNAL tnUrtd n the pottoffice at Stanford at te mdClau matter y b3iahaTum4 4 n0 4VtI- 8 l PER YEAR CASH wilt beeharged Whss lot sopald200 II I I I 1dKHOXVILLE North 8outb1217am II DIVISION 2aaeim BOB QUIS 66749- A J 0 0 I will stand the above splendid Jersey near water at IISSbull at my In advance Return privileges permitted j B OAMENISOH Stanford Ky m J H IOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Keaaonable States Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale Wilt sell privately Will also sell a 15 horse power engine and boiler All In good repair sell at a bargain to close up business Will take part pay In lumber POWELL A SWxaaxv Stanford Ky Darl TrailerDELIS IK WHISK Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYOlePrompt and attention Nothing but the fets to drink Mal rUte U telegraph orders receive prompt attention C RUPLEY IiNMerchant Tailor STANFORD KY fin Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky AH persons wishing to buy or sell farm will do well to see us We have a number xttofflue Lincoln and adjoining county farm tor sale and will be pleased vo show anyone what we have K you to sell place It In our Hands Office at Boone Livery StanfordfYIII Insurance f fluent Solicits a share of the patronage owners in andcountiesCasey who may surance against 1 Ire Lightning and Tornado None but the stronjres and best OldLine Com represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone Stanford Kentucky J INDIGESTION I WM troubled with stoma aoh trouble Thedfords Black goodIntore medicine I took In a rearMR8 SARAH B dUinPIELD Ellettsvllle Ind ThPllIord Dlack Draught quickly invigorates ac stomach and cure even chronic cases of indigestion If you will a small dose of Thed forils Ulack Draught ooca fiionally you will keep your perfect THEDFORDS URDRAUMT Mora sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords UlackDraught not only re lieve constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All druggists sell 23cent packages lackDr3UlflJtcine to regulate the bowels I have ever MRS A JI GRANT Sneads Fey N 0- COMSTIPATJO i UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I can Ox your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Ole me a trial FRANK ATKIMS Stanford ideW Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horse Shoers Wont Main i ttMt Stanford Kentucky R A JONES w DENTIST StanfordKy Offlcn over Higglaa tfi McKinneys Stori Telephone N 01 THE Joseph Price infirmary U all the year for the treatment of aurglcallnd chronic diseases and for con inltatlon Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profess slonal bills due when services are rendered and must tpaid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE I W ItnlU k S N1ren JUNCTION CITY KY p FtrstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately mv farm of 130 acres on tho Liberty pike SX miles from Uuuonvllle It U 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 Rife Jrs Ty rone O T or call on J P Wire nuston Tlllo Ky Jw L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers 6LIODIALfaala FurnltareMattlng8Rng8 They will Exchange Furniture for kind of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTt- IOKVcMVVM Yi UNDERTAKES EMBALMER And Dealear In BABNESS SADDLKBY fcd Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK TJpToD- atoTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky elegantlyO Agency for firstclass Laun II News Stand All guaranteed Your business so licited Y OTTENHEIM Joe Pleasant and Wm Caaodler have completed a nice kitchen for W T B White Tbo saw mule In this section are running at full blast Boone James toll ui that their new mill it a dandy Morris Harvey tho elxmouihs old child of Mr and MM Rueben Adams died after a long spell of sickness Jack Manuel tells us that ho was dis turbed the other night by a wild cat screaming On the hills above bis house Ernst Lockowltz was hauling a load of fertilizer from Stanford ann went to steep and tell off the wagon bruising bis faca considerably Mn Andy Adams Ii visiting her sls ter In Garrard J T Manuel and Jot Kldd have gone to the mountains to work on the railroad Mrs Henry James has been 11 but Is better Charley Fisher of Cincinnati is visiting his parents here Mrs Mary Hoffman is back from Cincinnati and will probably make this place her future home Mrs Otto Benkelman is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Christopher BUlB Mite Mary Anderson aged lOdaugh tel of Mr and Mrs Wm Anderson died of typhoid lover after a brief Illness She was the first one to leave the family clrclo by death She was the idol of her parents and loaven boat of friends to mourn her lots She Join ed the Christian church abbut a year ago and since then had been a faithful member and a tireless worker fpr the Masters cause GOOD SPIRITS Good spitits don all come from Kentucky Their main source is tho liverand all the fine spirits ever made In the Blue Gnus Stile could not remedy a bed liveror the bundrednd one ill effects U produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be In fine condi lion if you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of ej o light of step vigorous and successful in your pursuits Yon can put your liver in fine condition by using Greens August Plowerthe greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It lies been a favorite household remedy for over 35 years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active abd thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits It Trial size 25c regular bottles 76o Ar all druggists Rather than disgrace and worry his family Samuel Parker of Louisville aged 10 years has remained silent lo jail at Cincinnati since January for the theft of a wheel which ba note In or der to get money to reach home after running away A Significant Fact Its a good thing pUll it on I hold In my hand the Louisville Ky Dally Courier Journal of Dee 31st and I read In a column article that the Kentucky Distiller Association met In Louis ville on Dec 2930 and decided to lim it the output of tho Kentucky distillers for 1004 to 18000000 gallons of whisky Last year tho output was over in000 000 and in 1002 It was about 64000000 Think of It Just ono third of the amount 1002 two years ago Is to be made this Year And why Thats where tho shout comes ic Listen This same aggregation assigns among other reasons that the violent itntlia loon and prohibition legislation over the whole country especially In the South and West has caused decided diminution In too demand for liquors and the circulars they are tending out to the retail trade asking for a cam paign say Unless this fanatical op position It chocked and crushed the li quor trade of the country It ruined It And yet tho cry It sometimes rated that It Is useless to contend with the liquor power or leek to diminish tho proportions of the business Behold the State of Kentucky The mighty twilltub there It growing beautifully lest acd as surely at rlgot It right tho tocalled fanatical opposition to the liquor traffic will continue This quo tiao begging epithet thrown at men and women will not In thp least divert them from a hlgb and holy purpose Write It down soDlal of Progress Iowa Contributed by G L CArpeD ter Hot milk added to potatoes when mashing them will keep them from be log soggy or heavy- Celery tbould heat least an hour In cold water or upon Ice before being served In order to be firm and crisp A piece of flannel dampened In cam phor Is nice with which to polish mirror The knife should be held perpendicu arty when cutting warm cakeor bread It takes only Ii worth of chickens to tend Sambo to the pen now And If the fowl it extra high bred ono swipe will do the business Be can take hit neighbors poor old cow her floe young calf the bet plow on the place two or three sheep or say other coveted properly not to exceed In value 120 and ho may eteapa with a tine But when be approaches the chicken roost take care Hartford Herald An explosion In a bank at Albla la resulted In the death of three persons the Injury of several and the destruc tion of property amounting to 176000 ANTECARLO 226 12Made over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anteo rf that sold for 50000 at public sale rat dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm 8ij son of Mambrtno Palchen These two crosses produced The blot 2ojr champion trotting gelding of the world 2nd dam by Independence son of Andrew Jackson Independence respootlWeItwo top crosses are responsiole for the fastest gelding two next crosses are responsible for the fastest stallion Then you see he is better bred than either of them for he has rryoyhim as follows In regard to the stallion Antecarlo Z261 you brought of T H Smiley I will say I worked him about go days in igoi and I consider him one of the fastest trotters I ever drove or in other words about as fast as I ever saw I have seen him trot a 204 gait timed by a prospective buyer There never was a time while he was In my charge that he could not step a quarter in 321 to cart He does nol need any extra rlglng of any kind I O MCALLISTER He will make the present season at my barn in the West End of Stanford at Ho to inaure a living colt Will also stand a good mule Jack at IS lo insure a living colt le sure and see this and Horse before breeding your maresack oJ DOCK GRAVES Shetland Pony 5 Years oldlg Inches tall owned by Hugh Reid Foster will make the season at tio to insure a living o sitsDock IS by an imported pony that cost 11 ooo in the Shetland Island and is regarded by horsemen ai the best pony in Kentucky defeating all comers in show ring in 1903 Lien retained on all colts until season is paid Mares with forfeits insurance and money becomes duoE H BEKZUEV ry CO WHATS Your Idea about Paint LOW PRICE is LOW QUALITY- Paint las good as THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT theres none better cannot be sold for less than we ask If less is asked you know the quality is lower and its not economical Its poorly made contains poor material or is short measure You get what you pay for every time if you use SW P 6 BY W NI CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford ky DIGNITY DARENo 1982 Vol 5 A S II K Combined Stallion Mahogany bar black wnlle only on left hind foot eight years old IS 3K hands high weight 1380 pounds strong flat bone henry wane and tall back with long cranty tapering neck well set In high mounted shoulders a saddle hone head and ear on him a model under halter wonderful style In harness a show horse sure When one year old wore all honors In his class wherever shown also the blue tin In sweepstake bar seas ring at same age When a threerear old he was shown II times and worn 13 blue strings hat never boon detested In fancy harness rings has always been the victor In stallion stake rings as a breeder when shown with three or more of his get for site style and general conformation and for all purposes ha Is a saddle horse with Ore die tinct galu fast line acting racket good In two walks and a nice toper very positive In upsodatehone graceful sttllth and ait can show eighths In leg seconds a SSI Kate with little handling did this last tall after serving 91 mares last spring lie Is possessed butfwonderful nerve and speed enough to get trotters for track me or gentlemens roadster klndlldlltOalllongraceful substance been given np that he Is one of the most uniform breeders U Kentucky lie types liUoolt after blmteU has never sired a sorrel colt The most profitable hone horse for the farmer and small breeder to pro duos is tho hone which serves the widest range of purposes well Ills colt are show colt youngMtpKimiiiKK II be lilac k Eagle t he tiS King William 57 hit by Washington Denmark ill be by Gales Denmark III he by race bono Denmark V tl lie by Imported liedgefont menUy tint dam Lla lemont by Wechmout Sf 6161 A T II U he by Wllllalll Weleb III he by HYtdlks lIambletonlan IODlgnltrs second dam by Abdllab teoKer Ird dam by moot 4th dam Thoroughbred Wrlehmonts dst dID Pauline by Almost Purest TXKUS Dignity flare will make the season of IHI at my stable Inlluttonvllle Ky at l 0 to Insure a living oolt when foaled Mare traded or removed forfeit Insuraae and money bceomtx due and must be juld attlne of such transaction Mares grated at KM per month and Mils to be paid before r sevsl of mires Ural fed K desired at reason retllIBIIWeforI 8 OAItPBNTBIl GALTON 129IO Sired by Oambotta Wilkes 2IOl lit dam Palsy Field granddam of Alice Wilkes JilT Alretta U8Xi by Enfleld sire of six In 180 and dams of In Ji30 orbetUr tad dam Quickstep by Kentucky Prince Jr sire of J Q 11TV Lemonade JtSTtf and the dams ot 15 In the list Irildam by Old Joo sire of the dam of J Q 2In Gallon carries the bloodof four leading tamlleeWllko llambletonlan ilambrlno Chief and Boaleyi American Star Oaltons sire Oamlietta Wilkes has IS In the 310 list 14B In tho 230 list having put JO new one In last season Ills sons and daughters have over SSOlp the list this stamps Oambetta the greatest sire living or dead Oalton U so wellknown as a highclass show horse and a producer of highclan show horse and hlghOlass high acting seller that comment Is unnecessary He has mAde all of hli seasons htmv stable nine In all and served H mare lot seasons this ia the very best of proof of Rtallloo broedlng qualltls Tho boO Is a good picture odUlton Judas be standsno ginger but his naturalself WlllsiandatllOlo Insure a Iho eolt Mare tradedIor parted with forfeit insurance and makes reason money due Grass furnished May at two dollars per month Will stand at my place 2 miles west of tlustonvllle on bllInrudordfivllle pike Ihone lu residence W M DODD Ilustonvllle Ky First National BankStanford Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit tank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford In I80J and again reorganized as- the First National dark of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uolntor ruptoi existence for 43 year n Is better supplied now with acllltlea for transact ing business promptly and well than nor before In IU long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited STOCK I Directors J B Paxton J B Owsley B n Shank W O Walker Oeo W Darter Ky Successors to Tbe Farmers flank A Trust Company and under same continuously for SS years WB SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relation will rove mutually beneficial Officers J HOOKER Prest r BT HAHHIH V Pros J McUOIIKHTB Ohr W II WEAllKNAut Ohr Directors F Hold S T Harris Stanfordt lKM U Elmore Stanford II Stanford T I IIlllBtanord Jai Robinson Hubble J H RttURhman Stanford J It Iettus Stanford Ed Carter Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL SJBOOOO management Officers H SHANKSPresident J B OWSLEYCashier W M BRIGHT Asst Oashlen I Sr