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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cA IJ SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I IfIKY TUESDAY APRIL 12izSAM NO 13 4 Roll Of Honor Stanford Graded i School FIRST DIElUe UauKbman Arnold Brady Ma rjr Anna Boone Mary Shepherd Cook 8IlarUIn j Maude McGuIre John Thomas McAI liter Will Mobloy Joe Mo Newlaod J James Cwsley Will OBsnnoo Annie Leo Perrln Route Pendleton Mary tJIruin Wllklntoo John Wllllami Dully John 0labolt Draokett SECOND ORADB Martha Varnoo Lena Travlor Catb Gentry Marlon Grimes Mar Grcer Stile Akin Louis Withers Tiptoe Miller Saunders Milton PowtJ ell Cat Parsons Mannle Mobley GeoL James William Grimes Wesley Em of bry Doooe Don OOODOJTIltHDOBADE Mary E MoKlnney LHlte Mueller Annie L Gentry Virginia Mahony Lucy Leo Walton James Cooper Barman Lair FOURTH OUADE Grace Drady Morrison Urlebt LOlL tie Carton Oarli lardln Joseph Bopt per Elliott Jone Rata Rinoy Clyde Ralne Maudo Stone Miranda Vblte Rllatbeth Estes Katherine Kennedy John VaLerIFIFTH ORADB Bernice McGuIre Warren Bubiok i J Carlea Downer Harry Elcbenbereor Kugeno Goode Josephine Brady AIc red Kaiser Bltiibelb Bangbmao C Reynolds Cora Nunoelley Battle Rice Dora Pence Llvlia Doliaalaw Motet Cooley Sallle Uurdette micac both Jame Leter ODannon Bordetle Teddy Brackelt Tom DadI gait Alice Akin SIXTH AND 8BVBNTH ORADBB 3 gel to Bonloy Fraooa Cooper AI s Ile Draokett ICH Uaffoaa Bd Blebc ooberRer tota Jones Tom Margaret Warren IIIOIl fcCHOOL AND EIOIITII OKADE Jane Norland Roberta OBannnn Kate Water Mar MeRaberM Lac Orando Jones Ida Moore B se Dill Beverly Rout Janus VaoAndale Mats tie MoClary Fulsome McGuIre Water John Downer MONTHS TRIAL FREE Breathe Hyomol three or four times dally and bo cured of catarrh G L Penny one of the most reliable bunnies firms In Stinfordhts teen many i a stance of t te remarKab e power of Hy onel to euro catarrhal troubles nnd otbI disorders of the rceplrstory organs IerResults in this treatment have given him 10 much oonQJenoe In llyomel that he wilt give a months trial with the pot Ittre undemanding that If at the end of time a cure is not effected or enough 1tbal gained to warrant a continued use treatment for a while longer the money will be refunded Hyomel is the only treatment for ca tanh that baa ever been sold under a no cure no pay pica and the only one whore a months trial treatment is free unless it curc- I1lomelll y not a pill or liquid Just breathe it through the neat inhaler tha I comes with every outfit and benefit bo neon from the firsts days wee Breath cd in this way the health giving Hyotuti penetrates to the minutest sir cells of Ilung and drives cnrarrhal genus and f pilftona from the system The complete outfit coals butf1and extra bottles of Hyomel may be obtained for Me I Kcmcmbor that if Hyomel does not cure after a months trial Mr Penny will lelund your money and the treat ment will bo absolutely free iSeriousStomach Trouble CuredI myeP spells and can truthfully say that Chain berlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets curIf cd meMrs T V Williams Latngs J burg Mich These tablets are guiran teed to euro every case of stomach trouble of this character For sale by W N Craig toTho differences on all questions ex caps the eighthour day between the owoorj and minors of the Western Ken tuckv district wore submitted to a com mltteo of six three from each side and tbli omm Leo will ask the aid of John Mitchell and other olllcers of the na thnal union In settling the details l The Southern Methodist Episcopal Board of Church Extension which meets in Louisville April 2030 will distribute 105000 It has about 200 ap will probably beelected presid GilbertI Pa whats poetic eePI i Making again rbymo with pain In the first stanza and with men In the secoad Chicago Record Herald e LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Wanted grass fur 60 owe and lambs 101 Stanford Jesse Walter sold to Darbee of Bourbon a sorrel eeldlne for 1200 Coulter White sold to G M Glvens ewes at Ebwith the limbs throws In J U RUrsby of the Km End sold 00 barrole of corn at 12 50 at the crib A fivegallon Jersey cow for sale Fresh G A Swloebroad Iledgevllle A elx months old Palled Durham ull stjbjecl to register for sale J E Lyon 2t J S Murphy and Mr Taramo sold 000 pounds of tobacco to Ruby of Lebanon at Oa G A Sfflodbroad of tho Oedgevllle section his planted 30 acres of coro already Who can boat that John 0 Stewart of Lexington has bL of lobo Gibson of Richmond stallion King Arthur for 1200 Sam Wheat of Mootpelter bought T L Ctrpinlor of Qutionvllle an Aberdeen Angus bull for SlO Casey I have got the best mule colt I over saw said Columbus Bishop to us von terdav Bo Is by Sam Harris fine Jack ho added There Is a great quantity of hemp In county unbroken The cause of was the abionoa of ralnsldurlng winter month says the Lexington DemocratT oDord sold Red Squirrel Jr to Allen Edelen for 1400 and bought of T Burton sfourycer old Mark Diamond stallion for t20Barrodeb- urg Oerald Will CordIer sold to John Under a mare for 130 and to Geo Swopa for looslie bought a mare of Mr Underwood for 106 and another of J W Uoltulaw for 190 COURT DAY Tdera were about 200 at Bruce Carter pens yeller and ome 730 pounders sold as high 4o Lutes do Co sold 60 settle at 4 to 4lo Butcher stuff was slow at 21 to ic The horse market was dull J K Bsughmtn will stand tbo splen bred Hummer Jr a Quo trotting stallion lUpsburg a mllot ceDLcoacb stallion acd several good jacks al isle farm near Husloovllle this neaton All stand at 110 to Insure a living colt ad In a tow days War has been declared between the trallob whisky men and the rectifiers The former declare that they will or ganla for the purpose of making the ratifying business In Kentucky Illegal If the hostile policy of the Kentucky Wholesale Liquor Dealer Associations maintained The Interstate Commerce Commis Ion decided In the suit of the Ken tucky Railroad Commission against the L k N railroad that the defendant t was not violating the Interstate com mares law In refusing to deliver live stock received over Its lice to tbo Central Stockyard According to the monthly report by Commissioner of Agriculture Vrc land just timed the wheat crop prospect s anything but flittering while the wet weather has put farmers far behind with their work Reports Indicate that the tobacco acreage In Western Ken tuoky will be greatly curtailed MATRIMONIAL During a wedding ceremony In Wash Iceton the bride dropped dead Eara Oaks and Miss Noralussa Bar BarretFriday and Miss worIe etoDIthree brothers marriagedAlbert Rogers and Miss Ida M Lynn and James Q Snow and Mire Ida Mar liD of Casey county wero united In marriage Pink Thompson egad 17 and Mils Ester Bowman 14 eloped to Loulivllle from Lebanon but failed to get the knot tied Al Sergent Johnnie Adorns Jr aired barely J4 was married to little Mies Drucllla Adams 12 bis cousin Tbls Interesting couple were schoolmates and had learned to lovo each other In tbo school room Best Cough Medicine 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 aka Chamberlains Cough Remedy meets all of Iheso conditions There IsI nothing so good for the coughs and colds incident to childhood It is also a cor lain preventive and cure for croup an there ia no danger whatever from whoop cough when it is given It has boon used in many epidemics of that disease with perfect success For sale by W Craig NI Former Queen Isabella of Spain die In Paris of tafiuoozsI NEWS NOTES Great damage was done by earth quake in Macedonia Richard J Whlto editor of the Froncbburg Monefee News Is dead An aged Indian In Washington State was murdered by his squaw who beheaded the bodj Three men wero killed and one fa tally hurt In an explosion In Southwest Washington D O The Chicago and Northwestern rail road Is constructing a milliondollar omen building In Chicago JOhn Ballard wife and child were killed and their home demolished by a cyclone near Mexla Texas Gov Deckbam appointed C CGrass bam of Livingston county a member of his staff with the rank of colonel The Manhattan Life Insurance ComI pany of New York was fined 1100 lathe Warren circuit court for rebating James Garrison sent up from Jack son died the day be was to have been discharged from the Frankfort poolI teatlarrIA general strike of the employee of the National DllculLComplDYllo New York just ordered will throw 1000 men out of work A St Petersburg correspondent of a Paris paper says a French agent Is ne gotiating for tbo salo of Argentine warships to Ruula A storm destroyed the Japanese bazar building at the Worlds Fairgrounds In St Louts No other bullfl logs were damaged Former Secretary Ellhu Root has been engaged to represent the North era Securities Company In lu fight against E H Harrlmin The L S N railroad has purchased a block of river front property In Cin cinnati for terminal purposes The price was aboul 11000000 Creditors of Daniel J Sully it Co have rejected Sully proposition for a settlement and will continue the work of Inquiring Into the firms affairs The Government has ordered mauy armored automobiles tor use In Man churia where the placing of rails for transportation purposes Is Impossible James Molntwh a returoed soldier inIbelieved to be hiding In the mountains James Lynohehaun the Irish fugitive whose extradition case Is pending In the Uoltod States Supreme Court has disappeared from Indian spoils Canon Henson one of the chief dig nltarlea of Westminster Abbey baa evoked a storm of criticism by making an attack on the Old Testament In a magazine article Secretary Taft Senator John W Daniel of Virginia and tbo Lion Chas F Maodersoo of Nebraska wero spankers at an Appomattox Day banquet In Chicago Durlnga baseball game at Lexington Leo Anderson a college student acting as guard shot and wounded Coley Rap des In the shoulder Hayden was wattb Ing the game through the fence A severe blizzard accompanied by a hcayy fall of snow throughout the Northwest blockaded trains and prostrated telegraph service In ome places the snow Is 30 Incbees deep Teo people were killed and 20 badly Injured as the result of a cvclono which swept over Limestone county Texas Most of the killed and Injured war Negroes working on cotton plantations Tbo Louisville Nashville railroad has about completed tu road from Pen nlngton Gap through the Pocket Into Harlan county It Is thought cars will bo running over this line by September i The State Prison Commission grant ed a parole to George Miller who was convicted at Lexington for gambling Gov Deokham refuted to parduu Miller and the commission refuted to parole him before he entered the prison A special car carrying 63 Indian on their way to Washington and New York was crashed Into by a mall train at May wood III Tbreo of the Indians were killed three others fatally Injured and 20 others seriously hurt C M Floenor of Bowling Green was selected superintendent of cone structlon of the State capitol at Frank fort All the architects with but one exception wore against preserving the Executive building as the east wing the now capitolIwblch Is favored b tbo commission Taking Chances It Is true that many contract colds and recover from theta without taking any precaution or treatment and a knowledge of this tact leads others to take their chances instead of giving their colds the needed attention It should be borne in lungsllowereable to withstand each succeeding cold and paves the way for more serious dl senses Can you afford to take such die porato chances when Chamberlains Cough Remedy famous for its cUteS of colds can NdCraig HUSTONVILLEl Jas Yowell Is buying a car load of j 150 pound hogs at 4ic D M Llpps Is sick W D Rocker who has been on duty at a distillery in j Anderson county is oft and at home for a rest Jesse Routt now chief clerk and bot j tie washer of the steam boat Albany i that ply between Burnslde and Nash villa Is home on a little vacatloDjWe are to have a Baileys show at Alcoros Opera Rouse on Wednesday and Thursday nights next and as attractions have been scarce since the fire we hope to see a full house D C Allen and James Yowell under l the firm name of Allen tit Yowell de sire to Inform the wool growers of Lin COlD and Casey counties that they want j their wool at the highest market price j Sacks at 8 D Yowells Thos Peacock of Kldds Store hasI sold his stock of goods to ExSenator J CLay and possession will be given let May Mr Peacock may locate In i our olty and go in business In case the proposition to establish a graded eeboolj here carries and there Is no that An ordinance was pissed al the l April meeting of our city council appointing a building committee consist j log of Cbas Wheeler Wm Myers and J W Hooker whose duties are to IsIsue permits to builders whoso are acceptable to them and order changes they deem necessary to be made to buildings to make them reasonably secure from lIre Richard Boyle d Bro architects of Louisville have completed the drafts of the new Weatherford Hotel and to say that It Is a thing of beauty Is put ring it mildly The building will be a two story brick containing 26 rooms and six balls two store rooms 22x00 feet the front will be 100 feet on Main street and running back 80 feet It Is expected to be completed and ready for guests by the fair which will be In September this year We have In this graded school dis trict over a half million dollars of taxable property as shown by the list just completed from the assessors books Ttals insures the maintaining of our school la firstclass shape without be log burdensome upon anyone Our people are progressive and having seen the many benefits that your oiLy and surrounding country are receiving from your school are exceedingly anx lone to follow In your footsteps George Taylor formerly of Casey county a clever honest gentleman and a brotherinlaw to J W D C Mil lard end John Allen the widely known stock traders died last week al his home In Lamoot Mo as the result of being kicked by a horse Mr Taylor 1was a son of Addison Taylor who lived near Dunnvllle and whose hospitality was known far beyond the confines of Kentucky Ho leaves a wife and five children to mourn the loss of a kind husband bed loving father When railroads become so dictatorial In their policy as to refuse to Rive car load rates on shipments to points on their line cars of assorted merchan disc euch as a car of lime and cement salt and lime etc all billed to same party and all shipped from same parly then they should have competition This Is our situation at present but it- o wont be always and ere the snow lice In the Idea of November we shall know that we will Have a road that wants business and will accommodate its pal tronsOur fair this year will not take place until some time la September on ac count of Inadequate hotel accommoda lobs occasioned by the late disastrous fire It Is expected however that the next exhibition of our county will eclipse all former efforts Attractive features from the worlds fair will be Introduced together with an enlarged premium list that will insure strong competition from all over the State The committee with Hon J M Alyer son as chairman will apply for a pore tion of the fair appropriation by the State to aid the management In this exhibit There are afloat 13331 seagoing steam vessels of over 100 tons Of these Great Britain has 6020 aggregating They0 one that of Great Britain and that of France oneeleventh that of Great Britain The United States racks third among the nations In amount of steamer conga and second In idling vessels I have used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets with most satisfactory HoustoneTexas For constipation those tablets are moat excel lent Sold by W N Craig Roy Travis an 18yearold press feeder on being attacked by strikers pickets at Chicago shot and killed Michael Boland one of them t J 4 SPRING CLOTHESOur showing of ReadytoWear Clothes for Spring has all the charac teristics that appeal to men who wish to be well dressed All the new fabj rics Quality style and prices are right Ssacss T D mILLER Danville Kg THE GLOBE New Corn Planter t s We have just received our Our New Tiger Disc and RfflinerCprnPlaiter Something new Call and see them HigginsMKinneySTANFORD BUG PROOF I If can not make a cistern hug tight nobody in Lincoln county can I will use a cast iron cisteni platform a galvanized iron pump and a Haselden Patent Filter These three excel lent articles will forever faithfully guard filth from your cistern Call and examine Phone 116 Depot Street S H ALDRIDGEDe- pot Street Stanford Ky ICE CREAM SODA WATERr LI- We have opened our Soda Fountain for the Kasou and are fully prepared to serve you with all your old favorite drinks We have added EGVQral new Syrups which wo think are good and hope that they will meet with your approval also Pennys Drug StoreStanford GO TO W B McRoberts FOR LAN GARDENSEED 1 I1STANFORD 1GARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS BOOKS AND STATIONERY e r HE INTERIOR JOURNAL II E c WALTON Y SRIIs a candidate for subject t lo the action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD la a canaUatc for Sheriff of UnColn county subject lo ttt action of the democratic pasty T JEFF HILL SR r Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tile action of the democratic ratty JESSE C LYNN t It acandidate for sheriff of Uncoln county subject to rtaeaction of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS i la a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tba action of the democratic party oj DINK FARMER Iacandidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to j tat action of the Democratic party i IJAMES c HAYS li a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the feocratk party WIHERRIN li a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the etJoocriUc party MEREDITH E PRUITT i Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Uncoln County subject to th of the demo crane party t MISS KATE BOGLE l It a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the action ofthe demo uatW party ff HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the I Elrhth district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert sub li ject to the action of the Democratic party Your support Is earnestly solicited f R C WARREN Is a candidate for judge of the Lincoln County courtI subject to the action of the democratic party t JAMES D ANDERSON t Is a candidate forAnessor of Lincoln county sub jot to the action of the democratic party i GEORGE T WOO- i a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN J Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party 1 EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sib partytry subject a county to the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY ti Is a candidate for Assessor of Uncoln county subject lo the action of the democratic party trJOHN SAM OWSLEY JR- J Is a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to te action ofthe democratic party 1THB Cincinnati Eoqutrer bits the t on the head when It says It has been Intimated that Gov Taylor of Kentucky but recently of Indiana will be made a delegate to the republican National convention The republicans have been In power a longtime sod they neceesarllv have tome pretty tough men to vindicate but It Is hardly In the bounds of belief that they will kayo to descend to tbe Taylor depth THE the Vernon Slg alls getting all right and ere laooos wax and wane he will be climb Into the Hearst wagon Two weeks itnebe preferred Roosevelt to Mr Hearst See how he Is softening We are willing to give Mr Hearst credit i for all be deserves and we extend ton him our band of congratulation for it what he has done for the party THE republicans ofWest Virginia are said to be engaged la a bitter fac tional quarrel and the democrats have a chance to carry the State In Novem ber The democrats are united on former Senator Henry G Davis for Governor POLITICAL I Plnevllle has a Hearst Club j The Hearst forces met a Waterloo In jt the Indianapolis democratic primaries lifalling to score 2 victory In any one of ItSecretary Taft says the new capital ot tbe Philippines will be located 165 miles from Manila He ays the loca tlon h good and tbe climate is superb Davidson county Teen democrats at Nashville elected delegates to tbe national convention and adopted reso lutions Indorsing Parker for President The democrats of tbe Soyenth Indi ana district In convention at Indlanap I oils elected delegates to the national convention and Instructed them to vote for Parker for President llRepresentativeSmith of the Fourth it district nominated C R Harlan and H E Frazer both ot Hart county as cadet and alternate respectively to the Naval Academy at A nnapolls Hon Bourko Cochran delivered an i Impassioned speech In the House on a resolution In regard to the recent pen aionorder He strongly criticised the president for usurping the authority of Congress1 Representative William S Cowherd of MlaiourljWaB elected Cbalrman of the Congressional Commit tee lastiolitnt Mr Cowherd believes that tHe Democrats bay an excellent chance ot winning both the Houio and the presidency il1 J t o= z April 23 la being discussed bv tbo members of Congress as the probable date of adjournment of the present eel eton The democrats of Kings county N have elected delegates to the na tional convention The delegation Is unlnstructcd but will support Judge Parker for tbo presidential nomination The Tennessee republican State con vention nominated Jesse Littleton of Franklin county for governor and In structed Its delegates to the national convention to vote for Roosevelt tor the presidential nomination W P Erowclowtn clay Evans F A Raht and L W Dutro were elected dele gates from the Stateat large Dr W Godfrey Hunter returned to Louisville last night after beating tbo bushes for several days In the llth district The wily Congressman Is allowing tbeutlltlea of this term as representatives to wait upon the expediencies of the next acid be Is leav lognostone unturned to perfect an In vlnclblo organization In his mountain district no matter bow tho session Is faring at Washington says the Courier JournalRepresentative Kehoo says he pro poses to stand by Charles Edwards for secretary of the Democratlo Congres sional Committee When I nominal ed Mr Edwards for reelection I did not know he was a socalled Hearst boomer but I would not have hesitated had I known I am not for Hearst but I am not opposed to every democrat who Is a Hearst man Edwards hat made an efficient secretary and I pro pose to stand by him LANCASTER Henley Bastln will leave for St LouIs next week where he has accepted a po sition on too Worlds Fair grounds as expert electrician Miss Louise Kauffman who recently accepted a position loa VlrAlnlaacbool- Ie delighted with her new home This school employs 50 teachers and Is flour Uhlog and upto date In every partic ularIt will be remembered that Curry Davidson received their customers and lady friends at their store last year Next Saturday they will repeat this courtesy at which time Mr Hudson representing the National Biscuit Co will dispense hospitalities They cor dially Invite all ladles to call Saturday afternoon April 10 The sale at W B Burtons stable Saturday of bUjlrleund haroell brought a good crowd to town Ouly two bora es were offered for sale It being Mr Burtons desire to dispose of bis bug glee and harness The prices obtainer were all good Mr Burton will now devote his entire attenlton to tbo buy tog and selling of horses and mules Be has madna floe reputation by hlscx cellent judgment of the rood points ol a horse and has become quite a bUil- ness factor In our LowoIWare McRoberts manager of the Lancaster Athletic Association and Wm Walker went to Nlcholasvllle Lexington and Georgetown in the terest of the Lancaster Athletic State Tournament to be held bore June 22 23 and 24 Georgetown College Tbrel keld Select School and Jesamlne Female Institute of Nlcbolasvllle Wit bur Smith Business College Kentucky State College Kentucky University Hamilton College and CampbellHagor man College each offer a scholarship for one year In the different contests Miss Marie Joseph entertained a few friends Wednesday evening All en joyed the hospitality of this charming hostess Miss Ethyl West has return ed from a visit to friends In North Mid Jletown Miss Bertha Burnslde will return from a visit to Ohio this week tries Nannie Gaines of Danville has been the guest of Mrs H M Ballou Miss Sallie Elkin spent several days with Stanford friends Mesdames H J and W B McRoberts of Stanford vIsIted Lancaster last week John John ion of Livingston was here a few days igo Miss Frankle Kauffman Is the jueet of Miss Van Greenleaf at Rich mood Mrs Jotn Poore will go to New York this week to visit her brother Mr Ben Letcber HERE AND THERE Claude Alexander eon of the late A J Alexander is dead In Woodford Four children of Wm Burke of Se- bastopol Pa were burned to death Willie Ross of Marengo Ind has lot missed a day from school in 12 years Bummer Splcer charged with areas bating James Johnson in Brcathltt ounty was held In 12506 At Smytbton Pa David Kelley killed Shepherd Moore because tbo latter lolled him a white nigger The Catholic conference In Wash ngton Is arranging plans for evaogell atloo throughout the South Thomas Martin a prominent young nan of Morehead was accidentally shot nd Ullled by Arthur Frank a Negro Acute cerebrospinal menlnglila Is ilmoai epidemic In New York City Last week there were 31 deaths from tbo disease Supt E H Doatr has sent a circular letter to each circuit and coupty olerk la the State notifying them that the reo form school is crowded to its utmost ca me ty and can take no more children mill a vacancy occurs IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs R T Welch Is dead at Somor set Willis Blackertv aged 23 Is dead In Marlon county Bud Payne a brakeman was killed by the care near Ploovtllo A R Meece a well known schoolteacher ot Pulaskl is de dICircuit court began at Barbourvllle yesterday with eight murder cases onI the docket r Mary nine year old daughter ot Frank Kirby ot Richmond was run over and killed by a train The Lilly Jelllco Coal Co of Laurel county with tfflQQ capital stock filed artlcleslof Incorporation with the sec rotary of State i A R Bumble Son ot Somerset have bought thqsteamer Samuel E Corner which Wl ply between flute side and UurkavlUo Dr Wm toy aged 69 ono of theold est physicians in Garrard county is dead at his home at Buckeye Four grown children survive The New Domain Oil Company struck some oil In their No2 near Ja bez at a Depth of 1600 feet This Is the first oil found In Russell county The fouryearold son of William Fields who lives on the Virginia side of the mountains near Mlddlesboro tell In the fire and was burned to death Joseph Smith was awarded I500C damages against the Kentucky Lum ber Co by the Pulaskl circuit court Smith was burl while working for the companyDr a prominent physician of Bryanttvllle died at bis home aged 67 Hr was originally from George town and moved to Garrard county some years ago Judge B F Roach president of the Harrodsburg Water Co has again de cided to turn the water off In that city on account ol his failure to reach an agreement with the officials of Har rodsburg The Presbytery of Transylvania of tbo General Assembly adjourned after a three days session at the First Pres byterian church In Lebanon Twenty five ministers and elders were present Tee Rev C M Cbumbley of Lancas tar was elected moderator The re signation of Rev E E Weaver as pastor of the Harrodsburg church was accepted and permission was granted the Richmond church to extend a call to hire On account ot a strike of leamticr tbo Monongahela Consolidated Coal and Coke Company has been compelled to take teams from Louisville to Evans vllle to unload 300000 bushels of coal sold to the city for gas purposes There Is great Joy In the Igorroti reservation at the Worlds Fair u four fat dogs will bo served baked wltb sweet potatoes In their camp despite the objections urged by the humane society As a result of a factional fight among the members of tbo Christian church at Hunievllle Ala two preachers and three laymen have been arrested for Injuring church property Capt W W Mllllken Postmaster at Abbeville Ala broke out of Jail and shot himself through the heart when about to be recaptured The milling plant at Hawesllle val ued at 125000 and owned by Bullltt it Co of Louisville was destroyed by fireThe high school building at Gales burg Ill was destroyed by fire and a fireman was killed by falling walls Wm Armstrong Turk passenger traffic manager of the Southern rail road died In Washington Eggs and Chickens Wanted I I want eggs and all kinds of pro duce Bring them to 8 P 0 rays store Will pay casb lor them Phone 118 ED UDDOAKD Stanford LUMBER WANTED I t want to buy staves spokes headings lumber logs etc Will pay highest cash prIce at Moreland D H 0 Peyton Strawberry Plants For Sale following I have a nice lot of varieties of strawberry tor sales Jevile Gau dy Sample Clyde Uaverland New York Olen Marv Bubach Oumberland Tennes see Prolific Kansas Parker Karl They are 3Ocper100or4per1000ofanyonekindJ GILT EDGE JR Saddle stallion provenhimselfhorses He was sired by Gilt Edge he by On rime First dam by Dennys Dren non 2nd dam by Onstotts Telegraph better known as tile Ballard horse Gilt Edge Jr will make the season of 1904 at my stable one mile from Preach ersville on the Preachersville ft Stanford pike at 16 to insure a living colt D M ANDERSON Preachersville Ky GET YOUR BUGGY PAINTED I wish to announce to the people of Stanford and vicinity that I have opened a car riage and sign shop over Withers Fur niture store in connection with Carson k Ponces buggy establishment where I will be pleased to give estimates on carriage guaraciiedA 0 OOODItlon Stanford Ky Dr Ma A HELM Dentist Will be at J K Helms residence at More land each Monday lie will bo prepared to do all kind of dental work at reasonable prices Satisfaction guaranteed DIXIE Tbn Ono Shetland will make the present season at tny place near 101ton 1d to Insure a colt Ii about 12 hand high a beautiful spotted and a perfect Individual K 0 NUNNELLKY TurnenvUl Ky UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good at new fur a small amount I san Hx your umbrella better than the tramp money GIve me a trialFRANK ATRIHS Stanford Have your colts ess trated by T F GROSS Preach ern lilt Ky tbo wellknown caAtrator- of boric and horse doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Try him Blue Grass Nurseries Spring 1004 Trees by the million Fruit and Ornamental shrub arapqviaes Asparagus Rhubarb Small rult everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No agents Strawberry and general catalogue on appll cntlonto H F UlLLinucTCRtox Botb Pnone 870 Lexlngtors Ky POSTED We whose name appear below strict forbid hunting flihlng or any r kind of tree paaalng on our Disco and will prosecute violator to the full extent of the law J Z Spoonaraore T M Holme IL F Newland J II Oamenlacb Peter Calmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens ramps M White and wife H P Hawkins Mrs Mary K Welch R A Lawrence Frank Oordler Din A D Root 11t BROCK B D CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STAMFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is touched Horse handled on commission Stock Pons In Connection Millinery Opening I Mrs G H has returned from Louisville with tbr Iowa prices at her old standadjoining Prult Bros Furniture store where you am In vited to see our Matting Rugs PuroIPaints Screens Mouldings from which we make frames to orde- rPRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELAND KY Messenger Denmark I fly Cottons Messenger Chief lie Old Messenger Ohio tam by Arab Walkers ItDenmark Wilt stand atll to Insure a llv Ing colt JIM PORTER Sevenyearold JaclrlSH haodi high prove breeder a splendid Individual as the Bllas Anderson Will stand at seven dollars to insure a living oolt llotl will make tbo season on Silas Anderson farm Mares traded or moved out of the county without n mo makes money due nwponsibllltpyfor accidents W IL Rowland PUBLIC SALE I sold farm I will offer for sale on the premllearmiles East of Orab Orch ard on WEDNESDAY APRIL 18TH The tolowing personal property towltl 21 steers atwlllavengeaboutl00or000- poundatso8vearlingaleens amlllc cows I with a young two are springer all good grade cattle and also a yearling shorthorn bull Homes and mules There are Ore horses and lour of thorn work wells the two mules am yearlings HO barrels ot corn In the crib The farm Implements In clude plows harrows one 3horse wagon harness etc Also one foggy Household and kitchen furniture The cattlnmav or may not bo sold before the solo Terms for made known on day of sale FIttEE 8ILVHitaONH90NOrabOrchard- Col J P Chandler Au- ctNABOTII JR Naboth Is a beautiful dark bay with hear mane and tall with good bone plenty or stylo and finish and has eitremeblgb action and K worked would step as fast is old Na both his sire lie Is over 18 hand high weighs 1125 pounds and only Syearsold this May lie Is sired by the well known Naboth Flat dam by Messenger Chief Jr 2nd dam liy Crlt Davis 3rd dam Thorough bred Naboth will make the season of 101 at our stable In Stanford at the low price of 112 JO to Insure a living colt Money when colt Is foaled or mare parted with Mares traded or removed tram thIs county forfeits tbo Insurance and the money is duo Naboth is considered by the best horse men to be the best horse In Kentucky to breed to for hlghClass harness horses Bee him before you breed J B DEAZLEY Stanford Black Prince Black Prince was sired by Emperer 27 hlKhjlblack Colonel Bright Sired by Prince Napoleon 1st dam by Spanish Prince 2nd dam by Oordover 3rd by Jack Colonel llrlght was bred by T B Bright or Boyle He Is IS 14 hands high black with white points and ono or tho cast Individuals In tbo country These jacks will make tbo present season atthe J farm S mite East o Stan latra1ded Larger and Betters t Our lino Is larger null hotter this eoason than ever before Vo nro showing tho nowwt Wool Dress Goods euflli Xl Mohuirs Voiles Klnmluos IIomcetuinB nnil gorges in tho rfwfifit shades Our finches Jino of Silks nro tho best to 10 lied Wash Sill 27 wide all colors 50 ConUpor yard 19 inoli Taffeta Jill calors 80 Cents per yard Ninoliao of yard wide TnHetArj Pcnu Uc Soir and Clmiitungs- Lndfes Muslin Underwear A largo stock math nail trlmijicxl nicely from 10 Bunts to 1 gnnnonU Wo nro showing n largo and well wlcfltoil hue at CorfOtj Wnih Goods White Good Percale Cheviot Towel Notions Mend Furnishings lint Etc OWSIBY BLOCK WATCH ofn ADS GRAND LEADER 1 M B Le y O Co S B Levy 12910t tIdams or 161n the lilt Irddan by Old Joe Ire of the dllm of J Q J1T MaabrlaaIlist us In the 235 list having put II now ones in laalMuxtn lilt sees and daughter have over HI IP the list this lUnp Oaabetu the Rreetest sin living or 4 so wellknown u a blebelaM show horse and a producer of hlgb euM haw pane oat highclaw blgb acting aetlern that eonnrot is nnoNWwarv Ho ba t made llf lil eaK n atmvutable nlntln all andaerved1mares last season lhtU the very twit of- proorotatallinbrerdlaggaalitle Th above Ie a good picture of rialton jests be toadno ginger but naturallNr WlP atanJ aUlD to Inure alive eoIt llarrctraded orparted with forfeit Iniurance sad nakrareaten co due OraM faml he4 after Mill at two dollar ptr month Wlaland at ay place 3milehwstofllustanvllleeathe Drnd rdnvllle pike Phone In residence M DODI Ilwitonvllle Ky ANNOUNCEMENTDr McCormick Optical College of Chicago is with his friend Hugh Murray Oph of Dan ville Ky from April 7th to Kith If you have had diilluulty in obtaining glasses which give you perfect relief we we would suggest that 3 on avail yourself of this opportunity It is our intention to demonstrate that riot only headaches and ncrvousncsi but many J other socalled diseases are due to eye strain If you have stomach or heart troubles insom fin female disorders dizzy spells epileptic fits and all eyt trouble including crosseyes then it would be decidedly to your advantage f to call We use no drugs Office Murray McAdams Drs Schnildir t Murray Ophthalmolilsti Dinvllli Ky e J J i e Heaters Get our prices on Heaters bfore you buy Lamps Few left from Xmas at very low prices JOHN BRIGHT JR CO U Lh C R McCormack Dealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily Highest Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack t Hustonvilk I Dry Goods s Our lino embraces the very boat brands and styles that monoy cnn buy We call especial attention to Dross Goods Wash Goods Silks and Trim mings Suits and Skirts I r Wo emI give you a correct idea by showing you our very largo and t n f ried lino Wo are just getting into tho Suit business anti show only Spring t 1901 styles No leftovers Sweop and walking skirts that aro correct in style and price RoomerERAT sor ItTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL t BTAHFOIID Ky Armt 12 1001 We call Your attention to our Pre icrlptlon having used all QUI effort sod knowledge toperfeotour selves ID tbli department we heir to sure tbat your prescription will bo piled correctly sad lust as your doctor precrlbci Penny Drug Storo PERSONALSII Was H n oN ha been III for of Ineral days W U Me ARTY went to Jolllco IMnmorning ST1VBN8 of Rowland U very pneumonia a NBELY STONE has bad a torero tui A lie wltb measles j Mns P P NONSRLIJSY who bat been U some bettor MISS DOLUK MCROHKRTS has been quite sick but It bettor Mil A O EASTLAND U up from v LouliTlllo for a few day DR O D PALLIS Sad wife were here from Huttonvlllo Saturday Vio OwiwabM pone to Sedallo Mo j t to work In a telegraph offlee MR R M NRWJAND of New Or leant U with his parent hero DR WM COOK of Montlcello alt with bli brother Dr L B Cook DR JOSKIH BECK sod wlfo of Sam net were with bU parent here Mit RKJUARD Btuu who bat been HI wa able to come to court ywterday MRS M C 8AOWRY U with her daughter Mr S M Logan at Wit more Rev O M OOBY attended the ors torloal contest at Georgetown Friday night T D NBWLAND Jit bioi taken the auenoy for tbo BqultablB Life Iniui aoce Co JonxO WARREN of Wllkeiburc N0 U with bU brother Walter WarrenJ SNOW of Cater wa here yei torday and gave ua a nlcn order for printingMiss FANNIE AUSTIN bat returned from a vUU to Mill Mattlo Coulter at Bryanuvlllo MESDAMES M E FJ8H end J M Black are back from California where they pent the winter D 0 ALLEN AND Lzs nEED Of DUI 5toavllle were down Tue day on R nib log tourCasey Newt MR J a HABELDEN and wife of with the fam Laoc tel spent Sunday t fly of Mr S fl Aldrldce MAYOR A B FLORENCE beard hi brother OeD D Florence ipeak at Georgetown Friday night MRS T F SPINK and daughter Catherine are lilting the family of UO Hall at BloncRa Va Miss JEAN DAVIESS WARREN of Danyllle U the guest of Mill rattle Croithwalte In Lexington PARSONS camo homo from Ow enrtioro and J N Pariona from Daliey to attend the burial of tbolr sister MR AND MRS A D PARSONS left yesterday for Oweniboro where he has a good position In a bIll flouring mill Miss LUCINDA LUTES It well of and It spending the week IIdiphtheriaCharles Lutes ut Ml Salem MAROARET little daughter of J R Edmlston of Crab Orchard Is dangerously of pneumonia and whooping cough Miss JENNIE WARREN entertained 10 couples of her friend Friday OTO I e nlnjr In honor 61 Mill Sallle Elkln of Lancaster Miss STELLA RUPLEY went to Lox Jneton Friday to take the position at stenographer with the Huber Thresh log Machine Co- MESDAMESJ R DEAZLEY and A 0 Hill and Miss Eloise Beazley went to Somenet yesterday to visit Mr and c Mrs J B Mertuon MR S H MARTIN of Rockcaitle It hit daughter MISS Sadie hero to tee shorthand and typo who It studying writing under Miss Mulllns A noONClNO bofbat arrived at the homo of J D Dunn In Garrard Hit mother was a Mitt Totton a sister of a Mr J L TotteD of this place MR J H STEPHENS of Crab Orch ard hot bought n lot on Graham Ave nun and will begin the building of a nice house on It this week Mr Steph sae who le a very estimable gentleman- will open a boarding house as soon it his building U complete Lexington Deaocrat 1c OAIT T B Bum continues very sick COL W G WELCH It thought to be worse Mu J H BADQUMAN Is up after a severe spell of measles MAJ E W LILLARD and T P Reid candidates for State Senator were bere from Boyle yesterday mint ling with tbe voters LOCALS BRO BARNES closed a weeks meet at Mt Vernon last night THE wife of Will Jones u colored died stomach trpublo and war burled Erl day PEDKO Git BUN wa flned lID Ic Judge Baileys court Saturday for destroying line Ion JOHN S BAUOIIUAN has bought of Mss Emma Calmeae her home on Dan tlllo pike for about 11000 I WANT to exchange goods for 600 four Inch locust posts 71 feet long 13to for spilt and 15o fur round ones n J McRobcrts t JON J oaiio has scoured for Doe DIe of Quiton vlllo a position as guard at the Frankfort penitentiary fle If ft yesterday to report or duty fYiI andThird of Stanford Graded Sobool will give an entertalnuient at the tobool auditorium Friday evening Program will appear next Issue Admission Sand 10 cents DR TARDIK tell UI that colored people here will soon organize a lodge of Knlghtt of Pythltt J L D Nash legion Grand Chaouellor will be hero In a few week to take scope toward that en- dHINIrrDr Frederick W Hlaltl president of Parioet College of Fair noM la was elected president of Cen teal University Danville by a unanl moue vote to tucceud the lato Dr W C Robert DONT forget tbat beautiful dramaI A Dreamy Romance with The Rev cries of a Bachelor al Walton Ope ra JoUle on Friday evening April 22 under the management of Min Alvlra VanArdalo HELD Green Ferrlll for killing Oijrrui Smith alto colored was holdover to circuit cour In 1500 at hit ex amining trial Friday Hit wlfeobarg ed with being an accetiary was held In 1200 but their daughter was dtiobarg ed Both gave bond LYON Miss Annie yon daughter of Mr Evan Lyon died at her home near Huilonyllle Saturday sod was burled In the Huitonvllle cemetery Sunday after services by G W Mill Muse Lyon was 23 ycart old and her untimely death was brought about by measles settling on her lungs MR J A ALLEN has old to Dr Jo teph Beck of Somerset half of the lot on East Main Street he recently purchased of Miss Pearl Burnilde Ho paid 1900 for It and contracted with Mr Allen for a stx room cottage lo cat 12600 Dr Beck will move to Stanford and practice hit profession dentistry MR J 8 YJR who made this district ono of the very bOlt Com monwcaltht Attorneys It eer bad and who It ono of the ablest criminal law yore In this section of the State an nouncct hit candidacy for county attorney Hit fitness for the oQlco It too well known to make further comment Thomas M Green aged 67 author editor and historian died at hit home In Danville of acute daboles Be waaaraombor of the Centro College class of 1355 In which W C P Brock bridge John Young Brown Thos T Crlttonden Tbos Z Morrow and Boyd Winchester graduated Ho was the author of the Spanish Conspiracy n book which created widespread attention throughout the country the heto ry of the Marshall family and loveraI other Important publications JI years bad been a widely known newspaper correspondent In ihlaseoilon was twice married first to Mlsa Ann E Butler of Louisville and subsequently to Miss Pattle Craig of Danville wbo together with four daughters and the sons survive him Mr Green bad re ceotly been storekeeper gauger at W H Traylors distillery Weare Ready to Talk Business With tho exception of a few items in each department our Spring stock is now ready for your inspection Wo have profited greatly by earlypur chases and havo numerous nrticlos at less than tho prico now and wo will use thofo low prices 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 ore yours for business TCETWO STORES cod ALVI1tsolof FOR RaNT Houie and lot on Whitley Avenue W A Trlbble 2t OVERCOAT exchanged Return to Beazley Stable Stanford A C Hill GOOCII Goocil will open a stock of groceries fruits sod confcclion In the poetodloa at McKlnney SATURDAY wai 30 yearsago since Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomat lox but the war le not over yet with tome people J M MCCARTYSmeat Kings vllle caught fire the other day but the llanet were exilngulsed before muck damage was done MRS WM PARSONS atki ui to ibank through our column the good people who wero so kind and attentive to her Miss Carrie Prsool In her last days TilE plant of the Lincoln Daoiocral was told at commliilonert sale yesterday for 1126 Dr J B Klnnalrd of Lancaster and R L Goto of Boyle creditors bought It A PETITION asking for an election nn Ibo Graded School question In Hunua vlllo was filed with the county court yesterday The dato will be fixed at the next term of court This was the extent of builnei done JOHN COOK the barber boreme II making a reputation as a veterinary surgeon He snatched a horse belong lOll to J M Broaddus from deaths grip the other day and has In leeralI eases effected tome wonderful cures THE gentlemen of tho Wrought Iron Range Co who have been making Stanford their headquarters since No vember will go to Lawrenoeburg tbti week and make that town their homo for awhile Mr W J Doiler the iu perlclendent and bit men have mado many friend here wbo will give them up with regret I TnE booort of the 17tb annual intercollegiate oratorical contest among the colleges of Kentucky were woo al Georgetown Friday night by Homer W Carpenter of Kentucky Universi ty Mr Geo D Florence of this place represented Georgetown College and accqultlcd himself most creditably Mr Florence did himself honor and bli Alma Mater credit II iayso dispatch from there JQUN ED PEARCE of Georgetown will give an entertainment of music song story monologue and dramatic sketches constituting a program o wonderful variety on the ovcnlngof th 18ih In the ball room of Crab Orchard Spring Hotel under the of the Baptist Ladle Aid Society Admission 25o children 15c A rare treat It promised for this small amount All aro Invited to go and lend a helpln band to a good cause THE Germs Medicine Co flnlihed its engagement here Saturday night and opened one nt Danville last night The stay here was not profitable but the members of the company ex pressed reluctance at leaving Stanford so well did they like the town and Us people It affords ut pleasure to recommend the entertainments they glvo as being creditable olean and clever The crowds Increased gradually fro the start and on the last three nl ht full houses greeted the German Moil clan people TUB HORSE STOW =Thero were a number of One horses shown hero yes terday and a fairly good crowd was present to tee them J C Bailey made a One show with the great Preston A a Hundley won additional friend for Konluckya Artist and A R Foley Mountain Boy was complimented D S Carpenter bad Dignity Dare and fou of hit got and they made up a fine tam ily E P Carpenters Prospect was another very popular horse F Reid showed Dorsey Goldduit and two ions and Quasi and two of his get They are good ones James R Beazley drove Nabolh Jr and E H Beazley Ante Carlo Both horses wero highly complimented King Eagle and a iwoycar old by him both property of S T Bar 0rll were In the pink of condition and they won favor from the spectators James O Reid showed Dr Gray A E Hundley Blue Eyes and R CNunnel ley Dixie all beautiful Shetland p nies Calvin Dare owned by Jac Beazley It a young horse but a plea did one He Is by Dignity Dare A FOX with three young ones WIIfound under an outhouse on M F rences farm- HinoiNs sir Nnv have the handsomest rill ever shown In Stanford Look at them ON account of bated weather Sat urday the hose show at Huitonvllo was postponed until next Saturday FOR SALERoughlumber of all kinds Fence pone chestnut oak and poplar shingle H J McRoberl NEW and lyllsh ageet iho Sa tray Studios Stanford and Danville A reliable guarantee to please with ever order MAYOR GRIFFIN of Somerset has ordered the Oem Opera House closed A recent storm did It considerable damage and an architect proooucced the building unsafe p STORE ROOM FOR RENT The storeroom In the INTERIOR JOURNAL build Ingoccupled by C Rosenstetn S Co U for rent Apply at this office or write to W P Walton Lexington TUB Danville New wlllluue a Kec tucky souvenir copy on April 15 to be edited by the Kate Morrison Breckln ridge Chapter of the U D Ce profits of which will go to the Confederate monument for Danville cemetery Copies lOc each Meter Plait Odell Depfw and Black bavo been decided open se dele gate at large from New York to the republican National convention Mn John Harper of Sbady NooV ibis State committed suicide by tying a brlolr around her neck and plunging headforemost In a rain barrel The Farmers Bank and the Freeman OlDie at Burgln will consolidate April 20 Homer Baugbman has announced for county judge of Boyle Fred Rose died of smallpox at Hal rodiburg A S fKlCfe enr jDentin Stanford Ky saOEasvv UeEobetUDiuj Store U the Oasis oaud- tnsProduce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the best market price for your Poultry Egg Feathers lido Furs Iron Drau Etc 1Call at eNORr OOTT h 00 Stanford Ky THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Hockcr IrProprlere18 3641 Finney Ave St Louis FOR SALE My term of 82 acres IIroom H story frame dwelling clitern at door never fatlln spring stable etc nIce bad- trees In yard Land produce hemp con wheat etc In splendid neighborhood 2a miles from Lancaster g from Danville on leading from Stan ford to Hubblo One adjoining farm eol for llIi 60 per acre and another owner DM PCar Mite OUAULE9 DUNN Stanford Ky EAGLE BIRD The mighty son of the great slog angle Eagle Bird ns a show talllon hasbut few equals He won the 500 take at Lexlng too defeating iomu of the greatest that has liTer produced hleIn demand and are idling for high purrposes stable of hU owner two mile west of Stan ford on the Shelby OILy pIke at the low price of SIO to Insure allying colt Parting with the mart forfeits the Insurance JAS II WOODS Stanford Ky r FOR SALE I OiltIstantord to fnrmer Dna of till beet neighborhoods In the Countywell watered hat nev falling springs and running itreami oncan and known a John S Murphy tarn A of nalrt farm In erais about 30 85 acrealn growng wheat which looks we All under good ten me or write me before purchasing OEO Tf CARTER TurnerSTlll Ky Carpets n Our entire line of Carpets Mattings and oil cloths are rofih cljjarjynew goods and cheaper than tho same qualities are sold anywhere Dont fall to ECCOiir etbuk also largest sample lino in town t Shoes None totter Few na good As the factory lines we represent Tho fact that Zoiglcr Bros shoes have been sold in Stanford for 80 years and are more used today than ever is sufficient recommendation 1 Carson Leader Room destrlk AUTOMOBILES F1EEI ottras Guess how many people willnttcnd the Worlds Fair at St Louis and got chanca on TEN FINE AUTOMOBILES direct from the factory and absolutely free to person making nearest correct estimate on total number paid admissions to Worlds Fair Also eight cash prizes of 100 each A guess given with each dollar of cost ot SUIT MADE to MEASURE by Royal Tailors Of Chibngo For full particulars sec Cummins c McClary Ona coat means a great deal to the wearer Its the shoul ders of a coat the close fit ting collar lithe perfectly ants sbuilt shaperetaining front that makes the wearer Look and feel Well Dressed If you will wear a Criterion suitryou will bo satisfied What more do you want 7j Prices 750 to 1750 HrJ MROBERTS Stanford Ky TRY ONE OF THESE I I Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For n Clean and Easy Shave you cant aajlord not to use a CLAUSS RAZOR 1GSOR E H FARRIS a COtx Stanford Kentucky IF You WANT RUBBER TIRESGET MY PJIICKS THEY ARK TilE LOWEST AND MY TIRES AKE THE FINEST MADE iIWJ ROflANS CRITERION LANCASTER KY 11 to THE MEH10R JOURNAL fnferai n the pottoffice at Stanford 01 M ondcl ui natter 11 sr11h1TneSgyw03rtt0ap jT 1 PER YEAR CASH a I Iii Whsdlotsepslde9OOwlllbeohartedNNIXYILLE r I 1 21 Trmln golnf North tMpm B25 ii i II 230am 025II Soutla1217amNoM II p m tI QUIS 66749 i tjBOB Al00 I will stand the above splendid Jersey bull at my nearwater at 1150 t In advance Return privileges permitted j B OAMENISOH Stanford Ky f t errJe H BOONE I CO Proprietors t LIVERY fiND FEED STflBbE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates J Call on ns on Depot Street Also Dealers In f Goal jrerabll Engine and Saw Mill For Sale r sell privatelyWill sell a 1S 4honepower engine AU In goody sell at a bargain to close up business Will take part pay In lumber r POWKU k SwtEMCT Stanford Ky PaJl Traxjlor DKALIB ID Whisk Brandy Wines Beer GIflars Etc V WXttSSF STANFOUD t KY Prompt arts poUte tuntlon NothlnE but tht ttto drink Mall phone cr telegraph oriers receive I prompt attention 4 3 Ha C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor t STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call LUTES BOONE 8 CO Roal Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All gprsoas wllhlog to buy or sell farms Will ace US We have a number of sine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anv one what we hue It you to sell Livery it In our hands Office at Doonea Stable Stanford Ky I RBMaliony Insurance J fluent LightningI FEMALEWEAKNESS 6 StPOaTulfD Oct 17 1891 tapulortoand I know whereof I speak I sat feted for nloe months with suppressed prottratodand I would have-hllnndtugheadachea Mr limbs would swell up and I would feel so weak I could not stand up I naturally felt beyondtheOantul came M a Godsend to me I tell a change for the better within a week After nineteen days treatment c I menstruated without suffering the agonies t usually did and won became regular and without WIno of Cardul Is simply wonderful and I with + that all antrering women knew of its good qualities It anI-h Treasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of female weakness Wino of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or any female weakness If you are discouragedand doctors have that is the hest reason in i the world you should try Wine of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 81110 bottle of Wine oft Cardui today WINEr + CIRDUI S l IA tt ft HAIR BALSAM CieatkMt nod bofttvtlflei the tab unumNenheelingabndUut d W Wallace Z Son Iellcksmiths and Fancy Wont Main Stroot Stanford Kentucky FOR SALE Residence with 5 rooms halls and porches cistern servant room coal house hen house stable and buggy shed with 6X acres of land on Danville street 34 of a mile from court house Just outside of town Hmltsand within tOO yards of graded school For Information applv to OJ MRODRRTS Stanford Ky RaA JONES t DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Higgins McKlnneya Store Telephone NO 91 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 sine when services are rendered and must M paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE S WIUUJ k S7N Pror9 JUNCTION CITY KY PirstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of 130 acres on the Liberty pike 2H miles from llustonvlllo It Is grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It A good honsr of 7 rooms a tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address O W Rte Jr Tyrone O T or call on J P mao Bust on vllle Ky E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J L Beazley 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers iUODBAUUUU rnItureattinKeRuKsth- ey will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Gin them a call Prices right 4TANTOBD KENTUCKY Jc McGJMYEMBALMER tr And Duajua to HARNESS SADDLEEY aC Stanford Ke GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST HustonTllle Ky elegantlyP 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business solicited In b p OTTENHEIM Jack Manuel had a valuable cow to die a tow day ego Henry Ballard and wife of Wayne are visiting relatives hero Wblppoorwllls have begun to halloo which U s sign that spring Is near A protracted meeting Is In progress at Sugar Grove conducted by Rev Dcane of Lexington Ambrose Ballard a bachelor of 33 had a hat thai he wore for 10 years and to his great chagrin some ladles who bad grown tired of seeing him wear It burned It up Davo Adams Ledford Slier and icy eral other boy of this section have gone to Tennessee to work on a new railroad Leslie Tucker who has been working at Fort Wayne Is back home on a visit John Livingston and wife of Ft Wayne lod are visiting their parents Eld J G Livingston and W T Tucker J G Terry sea Newell have their stave buoker up ready for business and are wanting some one to take the job of bucking To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am A candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of tho democratic party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which baye become a part of the Stales history and at a most critical time Aa judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to cODe the present constitution trueI controversy arose as to lie proper struction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under the law How welt I have discharged my duties under such irving circumstance Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure tho bleb position sod office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL Mrs Cowling was awarded full judg ment In her celebrated chaperone suit against S N Leonard the Eddyvllle banker The latter counterclaim on account of expenses made by his daughter was dismissed CHURCH MATTERS Dr J A McDowell of Newcaetle Pa has accepted a call to the Second Presbyterian church at Danville I Ml Vorooo with luree good church es only has preaching about onco ev cry 10 weeks says the Signal Mission aries should look Into the matter Uov Wm Dutt of Illinois has ac cepted a call to the pastorate of Now Union Christian church Woodford C tuaty to succeed Rev J U Holloa who resigned to go to California In Randolph county Mo there Is a tract of 120 acres of valuable land deed ed to Jesus Christ This deed was made In 1850 by Johnson Wright and Eliza Jane Wright and has never been contested The descendants of this couple held the property ItID trust and have thrived upon It The story Is that being very pious this old couple thought to return by deed of will and law to their Savior the material bles sings which Ue has conferred upon them In this life GOOD SnaiTS Good spirits don 4 all como from Kentucky Their main source Is tho liver and all the fine spirits over made in the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredand one 111 effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at tho same time Your liver must be in fine condition It you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful in your pursuits You can put your liver In fine condition by using Greens August Flower the greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite household remedy for over 35 years Au gust Flower will make your liver healthy and active nod thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 2Gc regular bottles 76c At all druggists Story Of Two Lives Out Late To skate Met Kate Her Gate My Fatal A date We mate O fates Bad state Out late A skate Separalo Baltimore American ECLIPSE SHOES S31SO A 54 PER PAIR 1 For style and durability none oxcel them We have lust received our Spring Line in the dlflerent leathers Patent Colt Skin Viol Kangaroo and Box Calf Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction Call in and see the line before purchasing your Spring Shoes j W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky DIGNITY DARENo 1982 Vol 5 A S H R Combined StallionJMahogany bay black palot white only on left hind foot eight years old 15 3j hands elKhl 1200 pounds strong lint bone heavy mane and tall good back with long cranny tapering neck well set In high mounted shoulders a saddle horse head and ear on him a model under halter wonderful style In harness a show horse sure When ono year old wore all honors In his class wherever shown also the blue tie In sweepstake har ness rings at same age When a threeyearold he IM shown 11 times nnd wore 13 blue strings never been defeated in fancy harnuM rn1bal always been the victor In stallion stake ring as a breeder shown or more of his get for size style and general conformation and for all purpwf lea Is a saddle hone with five dis tinct gaits fast line acting racker good In two and a nice toper very positive In his trot under saddle and In turned great all around action as Is required for an upio date sire of high priced sale hone fur addle or harnua He Is a sure harness horse graceful stylish und fast can show eighths In ISK seconds a 228 gate with but little handling did this last fall after serving 01 mares last spring lie Is of wonderful enough to get trotters for track use or gentlemen roadsters large handsome stylish heavy and strong enough to get carriage hones with a kindly I disposition for till purposes of a femur horsu lie Iii the horse to sire parkcrs stylish graceful It has been given up by horsemen that he Is one of the mOt uniform breeders la Kentucky Ho types his colt after himself has never sired a sorrel colt The most profitable horse horses for tho farmer and small breeder to pro duce Is the horse which serves the widest range of purposes well Ills colt are show colts tbOJoUnlteltPJDlOIllclC5Ired 38 be Black Eagle 71 be bY King William 67 he by Washllllton lIenmark ci ho by Oalnes Denmark III he racehorse Denmark F S III ird first dam Liz nrldlCksDambletonlanmont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welchmontit first dam Pauline Vy Almont Forest 2863 Tinus Dignity Dare will make the season of IDOl at my stable Inllmtonvlllo Ky at f50 to Insure a living colt when foaled Mater traded or removed forfeit insurance and- moneybocomes due and must be paid at time of such transaction Maros grazed at 83 SO teaonI ble for accidents or escapes Phono In residence call Hustonvllle exchange p 8 CARPENTER J I L Ry = 0 First National Bank Ot Stanford Kyi ICapital Stock SSOOOOj This Institution originally established as the Deposit hank of In 1888 then reorganised as the National Hank of Stanford In tailS and again roorJlanlled as laUUrupted existence for 43 years It Is better transactIcbefore In IU long and honorable career Acc URS of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor rattens Solicited t J B Paiton J B B U Shanks W 0 Walker Goo W Carter to The Dank A Trust and under same such will prove w i J w S T HAUHIS V J1 MoUOUEUTB OUr w11 WRARRNAsst Chr V Reid 8 T lIanli IItan J S locker K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore B 11 T P 11111 Jan Hubble J II J M Pettut Rd Carter LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL IrCAPITAL STOCK SOOOO Directors Owiley Successors Farmers Company SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping business relations mutually beneficial Offoars HOOKER PrestIlreJ Directors Danville fordIStanford Stanford Stanford Robinson llaugbman Stanford Stanford Stanford BANK continuouslytor Offlcarstf I U SHANKS J Presiding J B OWSLEY Cashier I W U BRIGHTIASPS Oaihlsr 1 ANTECARLO 226 12Made over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anteo a t that told fori20000 at public sale ist dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm NIJ ton of Iatcben These two crosses produced Tho Abbot 2 oil champion trotting gelding I of the world and dim by Independence son of Andrew Jackson Independences dam by American Stat The American Star and Andrew Jackson blood ii responsible for Creacous sort the champion trotting stallion of the world You ace Anttcarles I two topcrosse are responsiole for the fastest gelding two nest crosses are responsible for the fastest stallion Then you see he is better bred than either of them for he has the blood of both Antecarlo is a solid brown hone i ji hands high welnghlng 1170 pounds fine style and action One of the host posted men on netting horses of him as follows In regard to the stallion Antecarlo 2161 you bought of T II Smiley I will say I r r worked him about 90 days in Igor and I consider him one of the fastest trotters I ever drove orb n other words about as fast as I ever saw I have seen him trot a tatgill timed by a prospective buyer There never was a time white he was in mr charge mat he ooukl not step a quarter in Ili to cart lie does not need any extra nglng OfJsnykind J O McAutsriCK will wake the present season at my barn in the West Bad of Stanford at lie lo Inaure living colt NVHl also stand a good mule Jack at 114 to inure diving roll Ue ire and see this JaeV and Hone before breeding your mOire DOCK GRAY e Shetland IViiu r i M t nchrj ui owned lv Hugh Held loiter will make the season at ate i Qsue a IIII t ixlc s IJT an imp rte 1 pony that cost II ooo in the Shellac Izisnd aol i rcgarJt Ipv hursrtnr as the best pony in Kentucky defeating all corners n EI w r og n i jo t Lien retained on all cats unM season 3 taJ Mares parte aiib f rfeiis insurance and money beconaei The E H DEKZLCY tr COT Tim last place of your departed onosby the erection ofn suitable MONUMENT Let it boot exclusive nUll artistic DESIGN the boat material and of per feet woiknianship Wo cary the LAUGHS stock of Monuments Markers and tablets of Marble and Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering done by PNEUMATIC TOOLS NONE SETTER NONE CHEAPER WM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky RI WHATSiYour Idea about Paint LOW PRICE is LOW QUALITY J Paint 4las good asJI THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT I t n theres none better cannot be sold I for less than we ask K less is i asked you know the quality is lower i 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 SWP t f 9Y W 1N CRAIG Pharmacist r Stanford Ky 1J t llll