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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ifiSEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IfVO XXXIISTANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 8 1904 8AM NO 12 1 I UND STOCK CROPS ETC I Foil ALB 11 70pound bog O 0 Luies tyanford Wanted Kraii fur 60 ewes sod lamb Dox lOlI Stanford I Polled Durham bull calf for sale A J Ortoch Maywood 1 Fort SALB 100 ewe and 80 lamb I tiuffman White k Son Two Polled Angui bull calves for I sale J W Daunhmao Staoford 2t- I FOR SALE Birred Plymouth egg I Dawklni itralo II per lotting of 16 Hubert Carpooter 2t Your attention It called to the do icrlptldn and pedigree of James O F Woods great saddle stallion Eagle Ii Bird Q A Walker bought of Smith ij Nell of Adair a pair of mules for 1307 and sold Q O Walker a pair for IUCO s say the Newi Tho Continental Tobacco Co boughtI 1300000 pounds ol white Burley tobac coIajlourbonand adjoining counties p yloff al high as 16o per pound for goy Stump told to A H Rawlloi a t cro1of 2000 pounds of cigarette tobac + coat25o The tobacco was the first crop railed In Harrison county under t canrai DW Peed bought about SOOO Ibi bt tobacco In the Jacksonville neigh borhoodatdj to flic He bought of McLeod k Fluaker 18000 pound at 0 cants and 4 cents for tips of Charles Maya small crop at from 2 to 7 ct Paris Newt HUBBLE Mrs John Underwood entertained I the tad Ie Aid Society at a dining I Thur day A largo quantity of mineral from the mine here has boon shipped to Jopllp Mo to be analyzed The prosperity of this oily U not doubted and It may loon be said that all roads lead to Hubble Robert MoKeohnle of LoxlLgtoo spout Enter with bti parents U M Bpoonamoro apd son Morris left Tue day for Kansas where they will prob ably locate Ebb Illaoiterby of Fair mount fed li visiting hli grand aih or Jack Yeaky of this place Mrs O C aink and sister MUi RIb cl Carman have returned to Lextng ton utter a visit to the family of A O Carman Frank Miller bit returned u Mt Vernon J Q Wearer and wife of Wayne county will reside at the home of their son hero the remainder of the year A Groat Sensation TherewiB a big sensation In Leciville IndwhjnW H Drown of that place who was expected to die had tila life sav ed byJJr Kings New Dlscorrrr for Con sum tloa He writes I endured Insuf sera Ie agonies from asthma but your Now Discovery gave me Immediate relief and ioon thereafter enacted a complete cure Similar cures of coniumptlon pneumonia bronchitis and grip are nu inerous It U the peerless remedy for all t throat and lung troubles Price 50c ahd 1 Quirante d by U L Penny dJug gist Trial bottles free POTTING IT POLtTELYTbe war correspondent who had been grinding out war Items left his desk and stood before the editor of tbo yellow journal Imlorry I could concoct only two battles for today Issue bo apolo gized I 1Buh growled the great editor Well for that negligence Iwish you wouldjjo to war I Ab to the scene of actual boatlll tiotNot 10 fast What did Sherman call war jI OHo said War U bell1 ilrsald the correspondent Well go to wallNew York Sun Serious Stomach Trouble Cured mytipells and can truthfully say that Cham berlalna Stomach and Liver Tablets cur I 1ad meDire T V Williams Lalngi burg Mich These tablets are guaranteed to euro every cite of itomach trouble of this character For ealo by W N Craig pa Comfort to tho sick from bathing Is dccrlbed In Caro of Invalids Issued 4 by the Medical Department of Tho Mu tual Life Insurance Company of Now York This book Is soot on request to those who address the nome OIllco of the Company Nassau Cedar William and Liberty Streets Now York City 1 A Thoughtful Man M M usUnof Winchester mad knew what todo In tho hour of need His wife had such an unusual cue of stomach and liver trouble physicians couldnot l her Bethought of Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Oaly Jfio at Pennye Drugstore ID the Franklla circuit court the Goebel murder conspiracy cases were called and continued to the next term I 1 4 Crab Orchard Many of our citizens arc busy garden ingElla Stewart a worthy colored girl died Tuesday of consumption George Holmes has bought the prop arty opposite tbo Baptist church of Joe Oroughton for 1350 A fairly good crowd attended the auction given for the benefit of the Christian church Nearly 120 was re allzed Sam King of Lexington and Wal lice Cover spent Easter Sunday with the bomefolks Miss Katie King was at home from Loretta Rev J Q Jones has accepted a call to preach twice a month at the Baptist church and not twice a week as you unintentionally had It In my last letter The Misses Null of Woodbine are guests of their grand mother Mrs Thompson Miss Maggie Pleasant U clerking In George Harris itore Mrs Lewis Bell Is quite 111 Dr J D Pettui sod wife and Mrs Lou Pettui of Berea attended the auc tion Saturday Mrs Browning was down from Livingston with her moth or Mrs Magee Joe Brooks spent Sunday with his mother and sister Mr and Mrs J F Cummins hero from Stanford In their handsome auto mobile Some of their friends here en joyed a spin In It Rev John Pearce a talented young student of Georgetown College will glto a musical entertainment at the Springs Hotel for the benefit of the Baptist church on tho evening of the 18th An evening of vocal and Instrumental ramie renderedlnamdst charm ing manner li promised to all who attend Qe will preach Sunday morning and evening preoeedlng the entertain men Mr Dunn of Frankfort was with friends here Saturday Mrs Carter of Rowland was a guest at the Cover Hotel a few days since Mrs Alice New land has returned from a visit to Flori da Dr Phillips at home from Lou livlllo The rainy friends of Mrs Sie ger are glad to tee her out again after a siege with bronchial trouble Fred Holman is the guest of Mrs L Petlui It Berea Modame J F Doldlm and V M Morris made a visit to Louisville this week to see Julia Marlowe and do tome Spring shopping IN response to our suggestion that Gor Beckham and Attorney Hart are abundantly able to take care of themselves In their controversy and that our good friend Campbell of the Somerset Journal should stand hands off be says Ills not our old friend Hays we aro after and for that matter U Is not the executive whom we wish to help In a controversy In which he Is abundantly able to take ol himself There exists a conspiracy to destroy the work of the AtIet newspaper attack upon the governor gives just the sort of aid and comfort to the coorclralors that they desire If the loyal democratic press shirks the duty of defendlqg the acts of the Exec utive and fear to line up with him against his enemies the conspiracy nay succeed and the party may go down In a heap together It Is not a question of which of our two friends Beckham and Hays Is right In their controversy It Is the method adopted by flay to bring reproach upon the ad ministration of which be U a part and an Importantpart which wo deprecate It should bo remembered that a fellow has a right to wallup hlsown jackass and that Napoleon B nay Is all our own t Robbed The Grave A startling Incident is narrated by Jno Oliver of Philadelphia as follows I was In an awful condition My skin almost yellow orellluokentonguocoated- paluoootruuall1n back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians hid given me up Then toIcided Improvcmeaf I continued their use for threQ weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed tile grave of anther victim No ono should fail to try them Only BOc guaranteed at Pen nya drug stun Oeor Miller vlot over a year ago for running a faro game In Lexing ton was taken to the penitentiary to begin serving his term of ono year Strong pressure was brought to bear on the governor to pardon Miller but bo declined to do so apPtlca1tloo granted tfho receipt of the oflice were 11500000 The patent office U the only government bureau that U operated at a profit rTho examining trial of Bummer Spl cer charged with the murder of James Johnson In Breatbltt county was pbit poned until Friday r I NEWS NOTES I j Lexington had 132 deaths In March John D Rockefeller bas given to tbo Johns Hopkins Hospital 500000 I Miss Alice Cundlff of Rlneyvllle WAS burped to death In her home lion Alexander Campbell Tompklni U dead at his home In Oweniboro The big battleship Virginia was sue cessfully launched at Newport News VIA Thomas McUovero a Nationalist t member of Parliament Is dead In Ire landFive were burned to death or suffocated In a Ore at Mount Vernon NY Col John H Savage who fought In the Florida Mexican and Civil Wars died at MoMlnnvllle Tenn The fire at West tampa Fla iwept over 25 acres destroying property worth 250000 and rendering 1000 per sons homeless Directors of the United States Steel Corporation declared a dlvldecd of 11 per cent on preferred stock but took no action as to a dividend on common stockThe Kentucky World Fair Com mission has moved Its oQlces to the fair grounds at St Louis and will make Its permanent headquarters thereuntil the end of the fair Five members of a pleasure party from the Florida Methodist College were drowned In the gulf while on a cruise to the Anclote lighthouse abou 30 miles from Tampa Attorney James A Vlolett was given a Jail sentence of six months and fined 1250 for malicious shooting at Frank fort This Is his second conviction for shooting Wlngate Thompson Dr William Latbam the oldest edu cator of the deaf In the United Statesi as well as the oldest member of the Dartmouth College alumni died at In alanapolls at the age of 80 years Reports aro In circulation now that the shortage of George F Clewell with the Eederal Trust Company of Clevi land 0 Is 40000 Be will return from Mlsiourl without a requisition The first claim from Beckham coun sent to the State auditors ofllce was turned down and will be held up until the constitutionality of the act creating tbo county has been paned on by the court of appeals Croup has become so widespread In Watmore Kas that Dr Willis una ble to attend to all his calls has moth ers bring the babies to the telephone transmitter and let them cough By the cough beard over the wlro he dl agnoses the case Judge Cook of the superior court o California hits awarded the law firms of Lloyd 3c Wood and Knight L Beg gerty 175000 each In fees from the es tate of the late Charles L Fair for their services as attorneys for the es tote Tbo firms named bad put In claims for 1100000 each The Kentucky Wholesale Liquor Dealers Association was formed by 35 Louisville merchants holding proxies for other dealers In the State Tbo line of fight against the Richardson tax bill was left with the Executive Committee The action at the meeting I said not to have been unanimous The State Board of Equalization baa accepted the assessment of 13 counties In the First appellate district but rat ed the assessment In the counties ae follows Ballnra Hlckman and Grit tender 10 per cent on farm lands and 5 per cent on town lots Fulton 3 percent on farm lands Trig 6 per cent on farm lends EASY CURECATARRH Breathe Hyomoi And Kill All C- atarrhal Germs Money Back If It Falls Says G L Penny Thrre Is no dangerous tomach drugging when using Hyomoi Tho healing and aromatic balsams which compose this wonderful treatment are breathed through a neat pocket inhaler that comes with every 81 outfit In this way the germkilling and health giving Hyomei penetrates to tho most re mote cells of the lungs It searches out and kills disease germs In tbo air passages of the head throat and nose soothes and heals the Irritated mucous membrane and absolutely drives catarrh from the sys temSuch remarkable results have followed tho use bf Ilyomol by the best people of Stanford that Mr Penny has tho greatest confidence in its tower to euro catarrh lIe believes In it so thoroughly that be will give his personal guarantee to return the money If it does not cure the purchas or to be the sole judge This is an unusual offer and the firs I time that any medicine or treatment for the cure of catarrh has been sold in thin way If it CUre the expspso is trifling white If it falls the cost is absolutely nothingIf are fortunate enough not be troubled with catarrh tell your friends of Mr Pennys offer andgot them to tate advantage of It PI LANCASTER About 30 members of the Odd Fel lows Lodge of this place attended the banquet given by the Richmond lodge Monday evening They all received a hearty welcome and wero treated with the same courtesy that Richmond al ways extends to her visitors The Lancaster Athletic Park will be opened Saturday April 10 by a gamo of base ball between Lancaster and the D and D Institute of Danville LSD caster has tbo strongest team Itbas bad In years and their opponents have ono of the bOlt In the State The park has been skinned and a grand stead erected which will make It both pleas ant and comfortable for the spectators Misses Bertha HorotzkyKato Hemp bill and Mary Arnold have returned to Jesiamlne Institute Misses Martha and Helen GUI have returned to school atGlendale The Misses Dunn have returned to their home at Danville af ter a pleasant visit here Miss Nellie Dllllon has accepted a position In the Logan Dry Goods store George Pal mer and Branham Beazley have return ed from St Louis and Kansas City Tbo viands of Sberlto Hudson are glad to know be bee recovered from his recent Illness ExGov Bradley of Louis vllle was here this week with friends Miss Ethel West has returned from a visit to Miss Lucy Kerr at Lexington Miss Lizzie Hudson has been the guest of MlM Minnie Cotton at Danville The dance given Monday evening at the New Mason Hotel In honor of Miss Horetzky of Texas sod Misses Mary andCyrena Dunn of Danville was a delightful affair The muslo by the Lancaster orchestra was Inspiring The costumes of tho ladles were beautiful and the occasion was ono of the moat delightful social functions given this Spring Those attending wero Misses Bertha Horetzky of Texas Mary and Cyrena Dunn of Danville Polly Tray lor Stanford end Henry Lazing ton Misses Mattie Robinson Marga vet Klnnalrd Jessie Doty Marie Jo lapb Margaret Tomllnson Lancaster Messsrs Andrews and Ayers Dpnville Will and Chess West Ben Herndon Frank and Will Marksburjr Herbert Klnnalrd Dr Gilbert Ed Doty Will and Sam Denny Adolph Joseph and Waro McRobdrts PREACHERSVILLE Perry Ballard pleated corn the day before Easter Other farmers are al most ready to plant J D Horton la having a tough time with measles Ira Holtzclaw has bad somefRay Carmlcal of Mt Versos tilled his pulpit aa usual teat Saturday and Sunday Revs Owens and Beard of Garrard were here to bear him Our boys who aro always quite up todate havo decided to organize a literary and debating society They will meet soon to elect oDlcers and arrange subjects Mr and Mrs W T Sutton of Oar rard were at J K Suttees Sunday Mr and Mrs W Lunsford of Hubble were at Henry Blankonshlps Mrs and Mrs Maban of Lancaster were visiting at Robt Holtzelawe Saturday L C King of Hubble and Mr Sebas flan of Garrard were visiting relatives Sundaysu Sciatic Rheumatism Cured COI hove bees subject to ssiatlo rheu matism for years says K H Waldron of Wilton Junction IowaliMy joints were stiff and gave me much pain and discomfort My joints would crack when I straightened up I used Chamberlains Pain Balm anal have bren thoroughly cur ed Have not had a pain nor ache from the old trouble for many months It is ceitniny a most wonderful liniment For sale bj W N Craig The partlyburned body of Sam Jones was found under too edge of an over hanging cliff on Troublesome creek 10 Breathltt Jones was last aeon alive In company with Tom Benton Combs and Will Comb Besides tho body being halt burped there was a severs knife wound in the thigh The Combs boys say that they left Jones late at night asleep near the lira and that his death must hays been accidental Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thor oughly Of all tha Palves you overheard of Bucklens Arnlrfa Salve is the best It sweeps nway and cures Burns Sores Bruises Out Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only Sac and guaranteed to give satisfaction by G L Pen ny Druggist I have used Chamberlains Stomach seal Liver Tablets with most satisfactory results says Mrs F L Phelpj Houston Texas For indigestion biliousneta and constipation there tablets are roost excel lent Sold by W N Oralg Fie persons lost their lives In a Ilse which dHtroyed the Columbia Hall building at Mt Vernon N Y t DANVILLE KY I 1 e s Low Prices bid Ladies tailor Suits We have just put on sale three lots of Ladies Mantailored Suits that are all things considered the best values we have ever offered in our ready to wear department Mot of these arc single suite that we do not want to reorder on account of the backward season and therefore we put in these lots to close out quicklyAll except the 85 lot are entirely new suits and are all attractive in styles and colorings Sizes are assorted from 32 to 38 We advise an early call as you could not possibly get up those suits at the prices offered even if you did the making yourself 1500 In this lot are 30 of the very best selling styles we have had this Spring but only one suit of a kind The colors and sizes are well assorted Colors are Blacks Navy Browns and Mannish mixtures The prices were S20 2250 and 25 now choice for 8- 15I00 In this lot there ore 24 suits that sold at 15 81750 and S20 Not ii bad suit in the lot It will cost you 10 for making alone to get a suit made as well ns these are made Blacks Navy Brown antI Mixtures 500 Thorn are only 15 suits in this lot Of course they are not this sea sons suits The cheapest suit in the lot was 813 f0 and as high as 2250 now choice for 85 Come and see these if you like them at all pow cant complain of the price SHIRT WAISTS We havejust opened our new line of Muslin Waists and believe you will like them The styles are very attractive and instead of being higher than last year we are selling better waista for the money than ever before Prices are 75c to 2 Wo have made a bigUhit with otr China silk waists at2 260 350 and 1 in white and black No use wasting your time making when you can buy them as cheap and prettier NEW LAWNS We have just opened over 200 pieces new lawns at 10 12J and 15c a yard You will find lawns at these prices everywhere but not like ours At 12c we offer 3000 yards Ramon Batiste a material that has never sold under 15c At 15c we offer 1100 yards Tussah silk stripe lawns that were made to sell at 25c At 29c we offer silk Mousclines printed in Organdy designs in white pink blue and pongee grounds were boo yard LADIES HATS No matter whether you want to pay 51 or 815 for a hat we can supply the very latest and best nt tho price We have over 500 hats now in stock Phipps Atchison and Gage Bros newest and best shapes from 83 to 514 Stylish readytowear hats at every price from K1 to 86 Dressy trimmed hats from S3 to 815 About 11 domestic and imported Pattern hateat750 to 15 Hi DANVILLE KY IrARE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It a eanlliate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le tile action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD Ia a unl3sts for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tin action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR ti a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic putt JESSE C LYNN It a candidate for sheriff of Llncola county subject m action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS li a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Iii candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS r Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the tmocrsUc party WI HERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the lmocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to of the demo cratic party MISS KATE BOGLE- Is r a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo cratic party HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for In the t Elrhth district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert subJ- ect to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port Is earnestly solicited R C WARREN Is a candidate for Judge of the Uncoln County Court subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON- Is a candidate forAssessor of Uncoln county sub sect to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic patty DC ALLEN lea candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party p EMMETT MCORMACK- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county Ject to the action of tne democratic party W A CARSON- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action ot the democratic party E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party RESOLUTIONS requesting Gov Beck ham to Interfere In the case of Caleb Powers convicted and sentenced to die for complicity In the murder of Gov Wm Goebel of Kentucky have been passed at a meeting of eo called evan ella and Christian workers conduct fog services In Chicago under auspices of the Presbyterian church The res olutions request Gov Beckhatn to make use of the pardoning power either eet Clog Powers free or securing the con victed mania new trial That the goy ernor will turn a deaf ear to the silly request Is a foregone conclueloc ST much to be proud of Now the world fair city and Lobe tbeI city within whose jurisdiction the next t president of the United States Is to be nominated Great Is St Louis and to- Ke tuoklan who have located there Is due no little of the citys greatness MR BRYAN has written an article the Commoner this week In which 1forclasses Parker Cleveland Bill 01 ney and Gorman as unavailable candi dates for the democratic nomination i for the presidency He Is opposed to Parker because Hill Is for him THECa County News has very sensibly abanddned Its patent pages and Is now all home print We con gratulate you on the change Brer Thomas l POLITICAL Claude M Thomas of Paris has an I nounced his candidacy for Congress Bon William Hepburn was renoml nated for Congress In the Eighth Iowa district without opposition The Ways and Means Committee hat favorably reported to the House the bill for the relief of tobacco growers H A Brooking was appointed cir cuit court clerk of Bell to fill the unox plred term ot J G Newlee who died Secretary Root will be tem porary chairman and Speaker Cannon permanent chairman of the republican national convention The secretary of the treasury has ruled that Panama canal construction bonds may be used by national Banks as a basis of circulation Senator Gormans riends eay there Is no foundation for the report that hole to withdraw from the contest for 3thedemocratic nomination for presi do not see how any one professing to be a real Intelligent democrat can hesitate to accept Mr Parker If beI should be nominated as a fit represen tative of sate and conservative demo trade principles entitled to hearty and unreserved demoor tl iupportJfla1i3 It Grover Cleveland t Congressman Crumpacker of the 10th Indiana district was renomlnated without opposition- Republicans are In State convention In Tenneside and Oklahoma Demo crate are convened In Kansas The republicans of this district metI at Nlobolasvllle and decided to hold county convention on April 23rd and the district convention at Nlcholasvllle the 28th to select delegates to the State codventlon The term of Judo William H Holt of the United States District Court of Porto Rico expires June 1 It Is said that the President will probably re appolot Judge Holt If he deslres toI continue on the bench The case of the bondsmen of William H Culton was continued when called In the Frankfort circuit court Judge Hazelrlgg asked until the next term ofI court for the bondsmen to mako an effort to apprehend the fu ItlveIAgents of W R Hearst endeavored to lease an entire hotel In St Louis for the national democratic convention Falling to do this they secured all the available room In three hotels and Mr Hersta bill for room rent will be 83600 a day during the convention Tbedemocratlc members of the Sen ate Judiciary Committee have drawn up a minority report on the bill Intro duced bySenator Hoar for the protection of the president The report de Clare that such a law would Invade and destroy the most valued principles of republican Institutions- In the municipal election In Chicago the republican elected 18 aldermen and the democrats 160no Independ ent republican was elected The vote on municipal ownership of street rail ways was largely In favor of such own ership David S Rose democrat was reelected mayor of Milwaukee The republicans carried Kansas City the democrats having two full tickets In the field The Democrat Is not among those that attempt to belittle the Hon W R Hearst and ridicule his presidential aspirations The very fact that be has made such a success In life and revers ed the usual course of young men who inherit large fortunes proves that he Is no ordinary character but a man of blllty and of affairs whom we will cheerfully support for president should he receive the nomination Lexlng ton Democrat The republican party Is utterly tired of Mr Roosevelt and the continuous harlequinade In the White House There are many Influential republicans interested In business who have no confidence in the judgment of Roose velt and who regard his proposed and certain nomination with disfavor They are afraid to trust him They look on him as a president who IB apt to upset the business Interests of tne countryby unwise conduct or who Is liable to involve thecountry in war These would contemplate the defeat of Rsssovolt with cheerfulness Somerset Journal HERE AND THERE The population of the United States exclusive of Alaska 70000389 Former Congressman Timothy J Campbell died In New York of pneu monlaFrank Lamont a former postofllce employe committed suicide at Mem phis Teno Three firemen were killed and prop erty worth 1250000 was destroyed In a York Pa conflagration- An old miser In Massachusetts con eluding that it Is a disgrace to die rich Is giving away his property Widows ot the men killed In the Coal Creek riot have filed damage suits against the Coal freek Coal Company aggregating 105000 Reports from Russian officers say that all Is quiet along the Yalu river and that the military operations are confined to a few unimportant skir mishes By the will of Smith Lafayette Rus sell who died last month a Methodist church on the lower West Side In New York Is beneficiary to the extent of 1500000 The master printers of Louisville have broken oft negotiations with the prInter union and declared for an open shop The printers still declare their faith In a successful strike A strike of tbo 3000 Western Ken tucky coal miners seems Imminent President John Mitchell was unable to effect a settlement and the Scale Com mittee was relieved of further service Rev Andrew J Martin a Graves county preacher was visited by a par ty of white caps and was lashed until the blood ran from the wounds He was accused of paying too many visits to a neighbors bouse but says he went there on ministerial duties Joseph F Smith president of the Mormon church stated at the 74th con ference that no plural marriages bad been solemnized with the sanction or knowledge of the church since Sept 20 1890 President Smith announced that such marriages were prohibited and that violation of this ruling would be punishable by excommunication STORE ROOM FOR RENT The store room In the INTERIOR JQURNAL build log occupied by C Rosensteln Co In for rent Apply at this office or write to W P Walton Lexington printlakand get durprices I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIESI Mrs Joiepbtno widow residing near Lancaster drop ped deadIThere are five cases of smallpox at the bomo of Albert Jackmsn two miles from Columbia- A J Ashera large stave mill burned near Plnevlllo causing a 915000 lots with no Insurance The residence of J M VanMcter of Boyle burned cauttog a 5000 lots with 12600 Insurance Tom Larkin was nbot and dangerously wounded by Oeph Wilkins In a blind tiger near Mtddlesboro The Wlnona Coal Co of Mlddtesboj ro has bought the Bennett1 Fork Coal- and Coke Co out near that place Conductor H Beaucbamp of the d 0 who was shot by Town Mar sbal Daniels at Burgle Is dead Dan iels who was alto shot is In a preca- rIous condition Gov Beckham has appointed Dr J R Burcbell of Manchester to be county judge of Clay to succeed the late Judge F J Roberts He Is one of the beet known democrats In that section of the Staid The appointment Is un til the next regular election Otto Redwltz a well known citizen of Barrodsburg Is dead He was a native of Germany and came to this country on the ship that broughtCttrlSburz- who was a refugee fleeing from his native country to find a home In the land oT liberty Mr Redwltz was continu ously In business there for 40 years NOTICE We with ti contract for Loglng about 300000 or 400000 feet of to our mill DARIN COLLIn Crab Oicharti KINO EAGLE highdarkROJalKIDght dam by Eagle Bird 2nd dam by Red byMlllereDenmarkthoroughbred ItrOlatOnTer King and Allie 0 the great show mare that sold for 11000 mog Eagle 2nd dam Ia the dam of Minnie Boya the great thaw mare that Mitt Coben won everywhere with- In 80S and told for ISOO King Eagle will make the present season of 1804 at my stable 2f mliet west of Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the low price otll0 to Insure a Urine colt Will also stand the great mule and jennet Jack Dilly Keene at 510 for mares and 370 for Jen nets to Insure a living colt Billy Keene was bytheHubble Prince the tire or Joe Blackburn and BrlgnolU Billy Keene stands full 18 hands nigh black with white points and as- a breeder be is unsurpassed as a mule or Jennet Jack colt will show for them jackJimto Insure living colt Mares traded parted with or bred else where forfeit the Insurance and money becomes due at the time of such transaction For further particulars call on or address a T IIABUI9 KyPhone KENTUCKYS ARTIST No un IV A S R This premium utile and harness stallion will make the present Mason at Logan Hurst Farm four miles from Danville and sic miles from Stanford Kentuckys Artlil Is a beautiful chestnut t years perfectKentuckys Artist was sired by Artttt Montrose No St winner of the great sweepstakes prize at the Worlds Fair he by Artist ho he by Kln WII OlneDenmark byDal4Artists dam Lucy No jo by Brothers Dren non f KentuckysArost tat dan Julia Thomas by Pat Denmark be by Sumpter Denmark snd blThompsonBottom 4th dam Whip of Howard county oJssourl heebyUtukburn a Whip of Kentucky Kentuckys Artist has shown against end defeated all the great stallions to Kentucky end Missouri among them such hones as the 3fuoo Montgomery thief owned by Ball Bros the great and noted show horse Preston owned by Pat Volan Kentuckys Artist Is only t years old and Is reo perfectto show him to any one at my stable and Invite breeders of fine horses to come and see Kentuckys Artist before breeding I stand him at tio the season or SIS to Insure a living colt I dont want your money until you have gotten value received GLUE EYES The great little Shetland pony will make the season at to Insure a living colt We have sold his weanllogs at from Jtoo to tj j per head A e HUNDLEY GUY L HUNDLEY Duke Of Richmond Combined Stallion Will make the season of 2904 at my farm one mile South of McKinney on the Mt Salem pike at the low price of 18 to insure a living colt If mare is parted with in surance is forfeited and money is then due no exception to this rule Description and PedigreeFour years old dark bay full 16 hands high a fine individual with best of style and action drives and rides nicely He was sired by Tom Covington 18992 he by Limber Jim standard and registered 1st dam by General Duke 2nd dam by Warren Har ris Denmark 3rd dam by old Crocket NOTB Tom Covington h a combined horse with a record Of 228 14 trial 219 his dam was by Kentucky Chief 2nd dam Parsons General Duke had a record in 1878 of 245 he was by Embrys Lexington by old Lexington Will also stand at same place and on lame terms the two well known Jacks Jim Porter and Brignolia Jr The of these Jacks is fully established especiallyDrignolia Jr he being sited celebrated Levi Hubbe Jack Theyare both well broke and very from a distance will be kept in any way desired at reasonable prices with best attention but not responsible for accidents or es capes P R S SCUDDER McKinney Ky IDIXIE 11 make tbo PeytonsVeilabout 13 hands high a beautiful spotted pony and a perfect Individual Kviitate your colts cas trated by T F GROSS Preach crsvillf Ky the wellknown castrator of horns and horse doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Try him Spring Cleaning Do not laU to visit our store and inh ct- what you need in nrpois MuttlnfcjKugs Lace Curtains Window Shades Any thing in the Furniture Line Doors Window Paints a nice line of Picture Mouldings from which we make fumes to order PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MOR BLAND KY 11 BRUCE 0 D CAtlTBK BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street SxNrouD KY Special Attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is touched Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connectio- nCommissioners Sale LINCOLN CIRCUIT CODIIT J D KlKKAno 40 PUb TI Jot F WATBBS Deft Pursuant to a order of sale rendered at theFebruary term of the Lincoln Circuit Court the undersigned Commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit burl will on MONDAY APRIL II 1904 about the hour of 13 m the regular court day of the Lincoln County Court In front of the Court House Stanford Kr sell at public auction to the highest and beet bidder the following described prop erty for the purpose of satisfying the store said judgment which for the turn ofI 1210 00 with percent Interest from Aug Jl 1901 until paid together with the costs of this action Costa to present dale 70 The said property Is the printing outfit of a newspaper the Lincoln Democrat con shtlng of two printing presses one hand power one foot power and the type In the newspaper and Job departments and all thing appurtenant thereunto al of whtih being now In Lincoln county Ky TEUISIA credit of a months the par chaser being required to give bond with Rood security payable to the Oommluloner bearing 4 per cent Interest annum from date of tale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may Issun immaturity If not puld O D 8AOFLEY U 0 L 0 0 No ran REPORT Oll THE CONDITION rTHE NATIONAL RANK OF HUSTONVILLE AT HUSTONVILLE In the SUM of Kentucky at the dose ofbutiooi Marco Mth tel RESOURCES Loans aDddlscouDuJIIIIOOt M Overdraft secured and nnsecnred J4M tip US Bonds to secure circulation 1J 00 Bsnkint House furniture sad fiiturrs 2t6 00 Doe hOlD National Ranks not serve Agents U4S4 Dae frost Stale Banks and Bankers 8141 n Due from approval reserve agent 41094 17 Ckecks and other cash Items 41 43 Notosol other Watlon l BnlelauewJ Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 19314 Lawful Money Reserve In hank via Specie 1000J 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer S per cent of circol tion t300 Totalsm at LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In Surplus fund 00 Undivided profits less eapaeses ins taiM p ld 711137 notes out tandlnj 11900 VDalootber national banks 1JMM M Individual deposits subject tu chetV so Total 79653 83 XtNTUCltvICountot r I J W llocker caibler of the above named Rank do awear that the above statement Is true tothebestofrnyknowled rl sad billet llu Catbler Subscribed and sworn to bclorc me this Slh 401 April 1WI J P Uonpc N P L C ommlloa espirra Mrcla 190- 6Correct411t COWARD O L CARFIKTIB Directors T J ltosta- eoaPRESTON J NO 922 This premium saddle stallion of the worldwill make seasoo of 2go4 at the stable of C Bailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 12 years old 1 5t hands high a perfect model with great style action Preston was sired by Washington No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 1St dam Belle by Roderick 2nd dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeted show horses of Kentucky lCrensbawlont T gomery Chief owned by Bros Why you breed to Preston I Because he Is the greatest shew horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great show horses suchas Electra that was sold to Senator Vare for Izooo Rebecca that sold at New York Exchange to George Watson for 1650 Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Bros that won more premiums in saddle and combined rings than any three yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for 35oo 3 Because he is tbo only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for 15000 4 Because be won the championship of the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 by Malt S Cohen of Richmond Ky- j Because he has won more money in the show ring than any other sadle stal lion in Kentucky 6 I to show him to anyone at my stable and invite those wishing to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at 1O the season or 15 to insure a living co- lt3c XIJUEY Stanford Ky l = r 1 Larger arid Better t Our lino is larger anti better this season than over before Ve nro Showing the nowott Wool Drees Goods SUCh ne Mohairs Voiles Klnniiucs Ilonlet puns nUll Sergceitt I thoJnowcet shades Our lino ot Silks arc the best lobo had Wash Silks 27 inches willnIl colors CO cents per yard 10 inch Taffeta nlf colors 80 cents par yard Line lino of yard wile TnlTotas Fcau de Soir and Chantungs f Ladid Muslin Underwear A largo Block made anti i trimmed nicely from 10 cents to 1 garments Wo are showing n largo and well eclootcd lino of Comets I Wash Goods White Goods Percale Cheviots Towels I Notions delis Furnishing huts Ktc OWSIBY BLOCK WATCH OUR AD8 GRAND LEADER M8 Levy a Co S B Levye SPRING e j CLOTHESOur showing of ReadytoWear Clothes for Spring has all the characteristics that appeal to men who wish TO be well dressed All the new fab rics Quality style and prices area rightt 4 satsttla2 T D mILLER 1egee THE GLOBE Heaters Get our prices on Heat ers bfore you buye Lamps Few left from very prices JOHN BRIGHT JR CO TRY ONE OF THESE il Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed I For a Clean and Easy Shave yon cant affordnot to use a CLAUSS HAZORfo tStanfordC R McCormack Dealer in- S Fine Staple Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware Harness Fresh and fish High G tducePARKS HAIR hallPromotes ColorTCumaoeesdIleu JJourJIoll FOR SALE Residence with S rooms halls and porches cistern servant room coal house hen- house stable and shed with 6X acres of land on Danville street 34 of a mile from court home just outside ot town Ilmltssnd within 400 yard of graded school For Information applY to s l J RODERTS Stanford Ky r Xmas at low and and meats dally BALSAM GET YOUR BUGGYI PAINTED t Stauford yurnlturePence buggy establishment where I rwlll be to 1and0 1 Dry Goods St t Our line embraces the very best brands and styles that mousy can buy Wo call especial attention to Drew Goods Wash Goods Silks and Trim mings Suits and Skirts val irietllille Wo arc just getting into tho Suit business and show only Spring I 1001 styles No left over Sweep and walking skirts that are correct in stylo and price J Carson Room tTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL I8UNJORD KY AVIUL x 1801 Wo remind that now It the time wb6n you need Blue Oran Condition Powder for your stock Horses Cat tie Sheep and flogs all need a Condi tion Powder after a lone winter and to much dry food Price 25 cu a pack age Pennys Drue Store wPERSONALS J COG WELCH remalnsJabout the same JESSE F COOK of Lexington was hero yesterday I MIBS ANNIE SHANKS spent several days In Louisville MRS J O ELROD SRof Louisville It with her ion here Miss OLLIE JONES of Corblo It wltb MM J C Elrod MR DUNCAN GOODLOB of Oarrard county was bero yesterday MRS GUSSIE PHILLIIS of Danville It wltb Mrs J S Owsley Jr GEO M BURTON of Cleaton this Stale It here with old friends e MRS WILL SEVERANCE It visiting her mother end titters In Shelby MRS W T MKRIMEE of Livings ton is with Mrs Annie Newland MISS DECKlE Dnurrr of Alaba ma Is With her parents at Saudey MISS PRILL NEWHURN of Huston vllle It the guest of Mist Sadie Stagg Mn EPu D PENNINOTON Is agent for tbo Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance CoMR AND MRS L H COLLIER of Crab Orchard paid this oBlae a visit TuesdayMR H BAOHY and family of Covlngtoo were guettt of Mrs Btgbyt mother bore MR TUOUAS METCALK wife and children of Zion City areguettt atMr TJ Foster MRS EI EATON of Jamestown N YII the guest of her daughter loin O R Coleman MR J II PRUITT aDd wife of More land are vIMtlog their ton Mr C L Prullt at Mlddlebure MRS Q D Pnonr the Moreland milliner Is In the city buying goods for her opening Apr 21 and 22 MR W H GRIDER special agent for the N Y Life Insurance Co Is hero with local agent E H Bcazley COL THOMAS E Ding the aged father of Mrs Sam M Owens It very ill at her homo near McKlnney MRS JAS P THOMPSON and little too of Greentburg are wltb her fath t er Mr Milton Warren who continues 111 Miss JEAN BUCHANAN of Crab Orchard Is In the coy visiting her titter MM John Haldeman Courier Jour nalMRS SAKAU KELLEY who hat been visiting Mrs W I Herrln went to Lancaster Tuesday to spend a few flays with friends MISSES TEVIS CARPENTER and Su san Wood two of Lincoln non at tractive daughters were In town this week Dan vllle Newt h CAPt PUOH J W Bastln and Leo Caldwell of Pltuburg passed through to Danville yesterday to attend bet t burial of Mr George Glvont MRS M F ELKIN and daughter Mn E P Moritz returosd yesterday from Atlanta Oa where they have been spending tbe winter Lexlngioo y i Democrat MR MATT WOODSON has gone Into tbe real estate business at Fort Worth Texas He It with bis brother Mr J W Woodsoo and the firm name It Woodson Brot MR B G PENNINOTON wbohas bad charge of the farm at the Rouses of Re form has resigned to accept a more lu crative position at superintendent oft street construction at Danville IiiLex Democrat r EDWARD COOPER It Ill at Wichita Kansas Beside other troubles one of hit Is In bad shape and It It feared hatithe night of It will be Im paired If he doet not Improveropldly ho will be brought homo I MRS ADELIA WOODS It In receipt of a letter from her son Cabbell Wood who bas served In the army in the t Philippines and elsewhere that be will f be home next week The fond mother It delighted at ble coming LOCALS APRIL 22ADreamy Romance and The Reverie of a Bachelor will bo given al Walton Opera Rouse April 22nd Ustead of April 20th M t first announced uL D Tnv a guess on that Bufjr Lamp wo are going to Rive awoyParrlsJt Co DinatKS ft McKlNNEY have tbo baodiome rllli ever shown In Stan ford Look at them JIM TALL It back from tbo peniten tiary wbere be served a year for strik ing a woman with a skillet NEW cad stylish tblogi at the Sa tray Studios Stanford and Danville A reliable guarantee to please with ovary potatoes fbu bard plants cabbage and tomato plants now reedy John Cbrliman florist and gardner + TUB Ladle Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will meet wltb Mrs Bettlo McKlooey this Friday fIternoon at 3 oclock LADIES We arebettor shape LoI serve you right than over before Just come In and let ui tbow you the pret ten tock of merchandise you oversaw In Btanford John P Jones r r J T JONES tbo enterprising rei au ranter has just put In a now soda water fountain which is a thing of beauty aud which will prove a toy to many a thirsty soul when summer comes TilE Arabian nights or the Prince of Liar will be presented at Waltons Opera Douse tbe last of blImonth or drat of next by Mlu Ella May Saunders and a down or 10 of other Stanford young peoplo PAltsoNS Mist ag ed 16 died at the homo of her mother Mr Wm Parsons of typbold fever yesterday evening after two weokt ill eels Funeral at the home at 3 oclock this afternoon bltu P J Rots BLUODB uptodato photos are giving entire satisfaction The quality and prices surprise all who have teen them Six platlno jewels for 250 Guaranteed not to fade Elraore Building Stanford KT Sbort time only r GIVENSMr George Given formerly of this county died Monday at Kl Paso Texas aged 60 For many years Mr Glvent was engaged In mining In Laurel but went to Texas for hit health Four years ago he was married to Mlta Lillie Oarglt of Kansas City whobeildet the following brothers and sistera survive him Mitt Delia Glvent of Danville Dr Jackson Glyent of Pltuburg Solon Given of Christian county Mrs Ida Alllton of Covlngton and Mrs A K Denny of this county The burial occurred at Danville ATTENTION II called to the adver llicment bt Tbe Calvert1 a well equipped hotel near the Worlds Fair grounds St Louie Mitt Willie Bock e well known beret It proprietress and the will glvo her Kentucky friends who stop wltb her the best of attention Splendid rooms can be secured at 81 per day and table board can be had at restaurant and boarding house close by The Calvort Ie at 3041 Finnoy Av onus on street car line and It only a law minutes rldo both from the fair grounds and the business portion of the city WILL RAISE TI ga- B r B Jones of the Stanford Telephone Exchange tells us that beginning May 1 the rate on phones will bo raised to 1275wbere county service Is glvenbut that for those who only get town service the rate of 12 will bo continued Somo two years ago when Mr A B Daitln of Lancaster contemplated tho putting In of another exchange here the Stanford Exchange adopted the plan of giving county service freo Un fortunately Mr Bastjn did not carry out his Intentions for had bo dono so the raise would very probably have never been thought of Truly compe tition Is the life of trade TimE Steal courts was In session Tues day and Wednesday The levy was re duced from 45 to 42o but the poll tax was permitted to remain at 8160 Sher ill Oaughman made his anal settlement with G B Cooper appointed commit elooer for that purpose by the county court and A 0 Dunn was elected turnpike supervisor over a field of four Tho fact that he got throe out of toe four votes goes to show that Mr D war largely the choice of the magistrates Too Courthouse jail and poorhouse I were Insured against Ore and tornados and the business was divided between tbe following gentlemen Paxton sit Bright J D WearenR B Mahony W A Tribble and W 0 Weare Ready to Business With tho exception of a few items in each department our is now ready for your inspection Wo have profited greaEly by early pur chases and Imvo numerous articles at less than tho price now and wo will Use thcso low pricci to induce you to give us your trade Wo know no tricks to use on you but by the fair methods that have made and held our trade we hope to have you for a customer Hoping to see you soon in our store we are yours for business VERAIfCESTORES orderSECONDCropoVIrlh CarrieParsons P6nIOBMan WalkerI Talk Springstook S ON Saturday only wo will tell heavy 60o Goblet at only Go each Ferris Co CARLOAD of bugelet and harness for tale cheap for cash Curtis Cover Crab OrcbardftDONT forget than tomorrow Saturday It horse bow day at Huttonyllle Go and take your horse o IK you want to tee eomethlnjj swell drop Into Qlggint S McKlonoyt and take a look at their latest thing In tbe phaeton llna- PENNYS drug tiore hahad Its spring cleaning and by tbe aid of paint and piper It II made to look like a new ifUco of business MR W DENNUUAMtells that It It a mistake about bit brother Mr Green A Denbam of Wllllamtburg buying Mr Itaao Hamilton farm TUB trial of GreenFerrll for kill log Burrut Smith also colored It tot for today FerrlHt wife and daugh ter are In jail charged with being ao cetiarlet to the killing 1 DR 00 SCHNEIDER the leading OphibalmologlitoCbloagolstp3ndlDg a few days with Murray St MoAdamt the Danville jeweler and opticians See ad concerning him elsewhere 0 MONDAY It county court day at well horse show day and a big crowd will likely be In town Drop In to tee ut and give ui tome newt money or- an other old thing that you dont need TilE remains of Mr George Glvent did not arrive In Danville for burial yesterday at was expected They were theyIINSANEMrsJoao Bullenbo killed her 18 year old son In Rockcat tie at he lay In bed In a critical condi lion was declared insane at her trial a- Mt t Vernon and the will be taken to the asylum PEARL the adaughter of Mr and Mrt S J Embry was burned on the hand and arm yesterday by falling Into a grate The timely pretence of the little ones grand mothertaycd her from severe injury I DIED OF Ills INJURIESEgcaplng water and steam from tbe boiler at Mr John Traylort dltllllery badly scalded Alex Robinson the Negro fireman Wednesday afternoon and ho died from the effects that olllbt NEWS cornea from St Louts that lion Brecklorldgo Jones who married Mist Fannie Reid of this place tat recently purchased a 1100000 mansion which It one of the finest homes In that great city Mr Jones wealth Is said to ex coed 11000000 IN a letter enclosing bit subscription Mr W J Soodgrati of Gordon Kan tat says Love and good wishes for all my friends In old Kentucky I hope In tbe near future to hear of the hang log of Fugitive Taylor Powers Howard and the other conspirators I TUE German Medicine Co Is etil with us and will be until tomorrow r Saturday night A firstclass enter tainment Is given each evening an fairly good crowds are present splendid program will bo rendered to night and presents will be given away You should not fall to be on hand Sat urday night Is positively their last In Stanford 1 PAROLED Tbe Prison Commission hoe paroled E K Wilton former coun ty attorney of Laurel who hat serve three years of a fiveyearterm B was tent up In April 1001 from th convlcltloncriminal operation Tho kllllngcaused quite a sensation In that section at the time lIt trial for ball took place here LAUOHINO OLUDCountv Prewltt has the unique distinction o being the only known organizer of a Laugnlng ClubTbo organization has been perfected and contlsia of the following members Sheriff Samuel Mc president Sheri f IIDowoll Harbison Constable Jake Cle Commissioner Reed S Judge Prevent has Issued challenge to any four men In the State who think they can out laugh this quartette of Boyle county officials He has offered a prlzo of 850 to any I four mon in the who can defeat ImotIAdvnnate IA S PRICE surgeon Dentlat unford Ky messy UeBobom OwdpRending Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you tbe EggsFeatherCall at NOBTHCOtTi 00 Stanford Ky THE CALVERT Mill Willie K Rocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis EAGLE BIRD The mighty son of tbe groat King Eagle Eagle Dlrd sis a show stallion has but few eqtmu lie won the S 500 stake at Lazing kiD Ky detecting tomo of tin greatest producedEaglefinished horses Is not surpassed IIle colts are In demand and am selling fur high prices either for business or breeding pur pxct Will make tbe presrnt season at tlu table of his owner two miles west of titan ford on the Shelby Ike at the low price of 110 to Insure a Tiring colt 1artlng with the mare forfeits the Insurance JAB II W0pl3 Stanford Ky FOR SALE I 2S7 acres of land situated In Liscoacoun tr Kyonthe turnpike road leading from stanford to Hn tonrllic 3 miler from tbe former place In ono of the best neighborhoods In the county watered has never falling springs and running streams on aims and known atthe John S Murphy farm All of slid farm In grass except about 30 acre CJ acres In growing wheat which looks well Timothy andclorer All under good fence and good Improvement Ann one desiring to purchase a good farm will do well to see me or write tne before purchasing ago W OAUTEH Turnersrllle Ky PROSPECT 2087De- scnlrvfoxFoaled April 18 1000 16 hands blgh solid bay with white feet behind a model In form with superior style a show horse second to none either Jn harness Grander laddi- elzDloREElred by Dignity Dare 1082 be by Chester Dare be by IllacK squirrel bo by lIIack Eagle lie Dr King Wlllhm Dignity Dares ht dam Lirxle Moot by WeKhmont Itysdlck11amgDeane 3710 by On Time he by Stone wall Jackson 8r Sod dam by Joe Abdallab he by Abdullah Olencori 3rd dam by funks Bumpier Denmark Sib dam by Hack Uawk Morgant 8th dam by 011 ver be by Wajoneri 6th dam bv Imp Mcs seng r Will serve a limited numoer ot mar the present season at IIS TO INSURE A LIVE COLT Money due whet colt Is foaled or mere traded or parted with Mares grated at 8Z pormontht a l bills paid before removal of mares not responsible for accidents or es capeE r CARPENTER Morcland Ky e DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 FULL BROTHER TO ESTELLE 21914 Sired by Zllcadl Gedtard ooby Golddust o and he by Vermont Morgan Dorsey Golddusts grand dam on sins sUe was by the Arabian Stallion Zllcidlj Ills dam Is Florence byGqlden Mlnrt thief a son of Gaffs Morgan making him Inbred Morgan Slilllon descending from JustenMorganon both dies The test family of known 16Ibreeder of highclass rod and easeitn horses Co blntnr all the qualities for saddle and harness and are Both UM champion saddle ShowsdTtooAces are nfKentuckynsWillostand his myfarm ing qualities at near Stanford a- tS2OTO INSURE A COLT French Coach Stallion QUASI NO 2127 InIIIWinner of first prlie at the National Universal Ex Paris sere cpmpetlng with over 60 stal If Tkhenor o of Chleago to rlnrI black points small star stirs In working order 1150 pouuds Government Stallion Franse U Dord and and dam by Revo extended framed Quasi has never ofIllarl8myrpike al- j SIts TO INSURE COLT Money due when cut drops or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept at hoe per week on grass no responsibility for accidents or escapes The best of careful given and no accidents so far Keeno JrtnlTom at same place at sa to Insure a colt This lack Is lmost a counterpart of his are ant from his breeding should prove a high class mule jack Old Tom Keene his sin IuJ no suNrbr and breeds on through his colts Hit lit Cleaver and by Giant jrd by West tint nth by Great Western REIDtnvlle I M i Carpets t Our entire line of Carpets Mattings and oil cloths are fresh dean new goods and cheaper than tho same qualities aro sold anywhere Dont fail to see our stock also largest sample Juio in town a Shoes None better Few as good As the factory lines we represbnL The fact that Zoigler Bros shoes have been sold in Stanford for 80 years andare more used today than over iseufficient recommendation A SONT- WO Leader Room I AUTOMOBILES FREE I- stsasa oa Guesshov many people will attend the Worlds Fair at St Louis and get chance on TEN FINE AUTOMOBILES direct from tIle factory and absolutely free to person making nearest correct estimate on total number paid admissions to Worlds Far Also eight cash prizes of 3100 Bench A guess given with each dollar of cost ot SUIT MADE to MEASURE by Royal Tailors g of Chibago For full particulars see trlrslsns Cummins S McClary CRITERION On a coat menus a great deal to the wearer Its the shoulders of a coat the close fitting collar the perfectly built shaperetaining front that makes the wearer Look M feel Well Dressed Jyou will wear a Criteriona suit you will be satisfied What more do you want Prices 750 to 1750 H J MROBERTS Stanford Ky TAPALAC Is the ideal Finish for all iron and wood work about the home JAP 1 ALAC wears longer than anyAand makes an elegant finish like varnish We all the popular colors and in the Natural Wood Finish JAPALAC is for sale at Pennys Drug Store M I Stanford Ky 1 IP YOU W4ar RUBBER TIRESG- ET MY PRICES THEY DARE THE LOWEST AND MY TIRES ARE THE FINEST MADE Expert Mechnnics to 115asisfnction W J ROriANS LANCASTER KY c r THEJNTIMRIOURIL JMtred n the poitoffltx at Stanford en re Iondclau tniUer g Ult rdTu3up evn4 3THask 4m At 11 PER YEAR CASH co nun otsopild saOO will becbsrgea KNOXYILLE DIVISION 21 Train slag North MHJCHpmII II t ma2SIIo o2S II II South H1217 am- No ISII UMpm rBOB QUIS 66749 A J 00 I will stand the above splendid Jersey bull at my ncat water mated In advance Return privilege J B OAMKNISOn Stanford Ky J H IOONE ft CO Proprietors t LIVERY fIND FEED STflBLE t Stanford Kv rtGood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Also Dealersin 0 us on Depot Street Coal PwUWi Engine and Saw Mill h For Sill wm sell pdvatelWiltaialco sell a 15 horse power engine All In good repair sell at a bargain to close up Will take part pay In lumber sr pow UL SWMSBY Stanford Ey j 1Jazf1 Traylor L4DULea IX Wines Beer Giaars Etc KYOlasPrompt and polite Attention Nothing but the lies o drink pboos cr tllrrapla orders receive tmrnpl Attcnao s t H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky r wishing to or sell farms wflV do pereone to see us We bare a number of floe Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pled to show anyone what we hue If you to sell place It In our hands Stable Stanford KyJOMuHony Insurance r floent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property ovrncra in counties JJncoln and Oasey who may be seokifcg in furance against Xirc Lightning and Tornado None but and belt OldLine Companies represented and the lo- wet rates are guaranteed Phone h- 2Stanford Kentucky InDIGESTION I WM troubled with stem ach troubls Thtdfard Black Draught did ma more good doetor7trMIl8 BAI1AU B BUinPIELD BlIetUTllU Ind Thord8maclDraught ac tion of the stomach and Caret oven chronic cases of indigestion If you will a small dose of Thed fords flack Draught occasionally you will keep your perfect THEDFORDS LAKDRAUGHT More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords lilack Draught not only relieve constipation but cure j diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All dnggtsts sell cent packages lackDraughtcine to regulate the bowels J have ever usedMRS Sneadhrrr COnStIPATion t t n 4 4 I k d W Wallace S Son Blackamitlia And Fooy Horse Shoora West Main Street Stanford Kentucky R A JONESDENTIST r Stanford My omcII over Higgins A McKlnneys Siori Telephone N Hi THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is 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 M paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBraoaSSHPro- nJUNCTION CITY KY PintClass Turnouts at Seasonable Rites Special Attention to Traveling Grain and Hay For Sale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of 180 acres on the Liberty pike 2K miles from Uustonville It is all in grus and the lad Is fertile and In good shape It has on It e good house of 7 rooms a tenant house two stock barn etc Convenient to churches and schools Address O W Rtffe Jr Tyrone O T or call on J P Rlffe Duston yUle ICy E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers 1MODKALXI1IH FurnltureMattlnjfSjRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Pricw right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c+ MccbMY t1NDEBT EMBALMER And Dealoar Ise KAB1TXSS SADDL3BBYAO Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky elegantlyP O Agency for firstclais Latin dry Stand Cigars Mwork guaranteed Your business so licited CHURCH MATTERS Lutheran ministers from all over tho United States are in conferenco In Detroit There worn 13 additions to the Chris tlan church at Danville at Ha Sunday morning service iThe protracted meeting at the Moth odist church In Columbia resulted ID 20 new members Rev J W Oaglna subject Sunday morning Joy In Religion Its Se cret II Evening Harvests that are Icevlublo Services 1045 A M and 71SP M MATRIMONIAL R W Palmer and Miss Julia John ion were joined heart and hand at W H Traylor Wednesday At Bucyrus O John Williams a widower with eight children and Mrs Susan Strong a widow with 10 were made one The announcement of tbe engage meat of Henry T Garten of Bradford vllle and Mill Elsie Leo Minor has been made the marriage to take place Thursday April 14 Nothing Equal to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrho ea Remedy for bowel complaints In children We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our family for years says Mrs J B Cooke of Nederlands Texas We kayo given It to all our children Have used other medicines for the same purpose but nev- or found any thing to equal Chamber lains If you will use it as directed it will always cure For sale by W N Craig TUB Central Kentucky Real Estate Exobange Title Co has optIon In almost every county In the State con slating ol town property farming lands mills stocks of goods etc also sovqral options on good property out of tho State chief of which Is 150000 acres of InvestIrealize you enormous profits Call at our ofllce and examine the list of our property that does not appear In this Issue We aro In touch with Louis ville Si Louis and Virginia real es tate firms and property placed In our hands to sell will also be advertised by these Arne The Cotton Belt railroad has carried out Its threat to withdraw from Mem phis and has annulled Its passenger service to and from that city Dr M A HELM Dentist Will be at J K Helms residence at More land each Monday He will be to do all kinds of dental work at reasonable prices Satisfaction guaranteed Strawberry Plants For Sale I have a nice lot of the following varieties of strawberry for sale Jessie Oau dy Sample Clyde Haverland New York Olen Mary Itubacb Cumberland Tennea lee Prolific Kansas Parker Earl They are 500 per 100 or II per 1000 of any one kind J L JOHNSON Etngsvllle Ky FOR SALE I My farm of 82 acres troom IX story frame dwelling cistern at door Dever tailing spring orchard stable etc nice shade trots In yard Land produces hemp corn wheat etc In splendid neighborhood IX miles from Stanford from Lancaster and front Danville on pike leading from Stan ford to Uubble One adjoining farm sold for 147 per acre and another owner has refused Mo I offer this farm at ISO per acre Immediate possession MRS DUNN Stanford Ky OPHTHALMOLOGY I A science for the analysis of the causes ol human ills and how to abolish them without medicines or operations Dr C O SchneiderLa- te professor at the McCormick Optical College of Chi cago will bo in Danville from April 7lh to April nili With his Friend HUGH MURRAY You will thus have an exceptional tunity if suffering from Nervousness Head aches Stomach or Heart Trouble Hysteria Female Disorders General Debility or Epi leptic Fits to be permanently cured you any trouble with your Eyes such as Poor Vision Sore Eyes Cross Eyes or Pain in the Eyes Then you had betterconsult with Dr Schneider about your case ME USE NO DRUGS OR OPERATIONS But REMOVE the CAUSE and you GET WELL Consultation free We always get RESULTS therefore can guarantee a cure Hurray McAannsDaKylle New Corn Planter arllrtWe have just received our Our Mew Tiger Disc and Ranner CornP1atcrSo- mething new Call and see them HigginsMKinneySTANFORD ECLIPSE SHOES S35O A S4 PER PAIR u For style and durability none excel theni We have lust received our Spring Line in the different leathers Palent Colt Skin Vlci Kangaroo and Box Calf Every puff guaranteed to give satisfaction Can 1n and see the line before purchasing your Spring Shoes jy W E Perkins i JJ r i Crab Orchards W a4NwY +wa Xr First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000j This institution was originally established is the Deposit Hank In 1858 then reorganised M the National lank of St In 1865 and again reorganized as the First National nark of Stanford In 1881 having had practlcallyn uninter rupted existence IS year It It better supplied now with facilities for transact Ins business promptly and welt than ever before In Its long pod honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor potations Solicited CAPITAL Directors R B Panes J B Owsley H Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Theto Farmers Bank A Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Offlors fI J Prest 8T HAUIUS V 1re JJ MOUOIIEUT8 Utir W U WEAKEN AltChr I Directors V Reid Din J8 T Harris StanfordIJ 8 Mocker Stanford K L Tanner UcKlnney 8111 Klinore Stanford 8 II Il uchtnan ktantord T I Hill HUnford Jas Uoblnsoti Hubble J II lUuKhmftn L M Pet at Ed Carter StanfordII 5 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKi STOCK 0OOOO r Successors HOOKER Officers I H SHANES i President J B OWBLKV Cashier W K BBIOHT Assi Cashier BUG PROOF I If can not make n cistern bug tight nobody in Lincoln county can I will use a cast iron cistern platform n galvanized iron pump nUll a IlnBcldcn Patent Filter These three excellent articles will forever faithfully guard filth i from your cistern Call anti examine Phono 116 Depot S rcotIS He ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky GO TO II W B McRoberts GARDENSEED pie DRUGGIST I FOR tLAN STANFORD IGARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS t READY MIXED PAINTS I BOOKS AND STATIONERY The last resting place of your departed ouofl by the erection ofIt iuhublo I MONUMENT f Let it boot exclusive and artistic DESIGN tho beet material nnjl orl r feet woikmatisbiji Wo carry the LARGEST stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marble and Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering done by PNEUMATIC TOOLS NONE BETTER NONE rilEAIKIl WM ADAMS c SON Lexington Ky i 1 WHATS Your Idea about Paint LOW PRICE is LOW QUALITY y t Paint as good as THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT theres none better cannot be sold for less than we ask If less islasked you know the quality is lowere and Its not economical Its poorly made contains poor material or is short measure Vou get what youtpay for every time if you use SW P s BY 1 i rr fVf t W N CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky a v rtr wsiay tea a i JSUea