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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xXXIit1TANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 15 1904 SAM NO 14 THE COUNTRIES INVOLVED IN WAR Russia Two sail a half tltnci at larijo at the United States and Alaeka Thirty thousand miles of coast lino hilt ot It Ico bound ThlrtysU thousand miles of railroad half of It owned by tbo government Tbo Uolted States hu 63 Idol ai much telegraph and sends 15 times ai much mall Tbo United States has 23 time at many factories productf United States Total exports 1350000000 Next to the United States as a grain producing country Population In 1003 141000030- llnislans Oil per cent Poles 7 percent Finn 5 per cent Turco Tar tars 0 per cent and Jovs 3 per cent Average laborer gets one fourth ns much wages as loathe United States Only 00 dally papers Japan Tbo empire includes 3000 Islands stretching nearly 2000 miles Area 101163 square miles as largo ai the North Atlantic States Coal tbo chief wenlth9000000 tons mooed In 1001 t Textile production Increased from I 10000000 In 1830 to 186000000 In 1001 The population In 1000 41805931 Day laborer receive 20 nenu a day women servants 81 cents a month men- servantsI 8130 a month women farm laborers 19 60 moo farm laborersllS 00 Korea The area Is 82000 square miles Ttjcre aro nine treaty ports Gold too great mineral wealth near jI 14009000 worth exported annually 1 population Is 17000000 Including 91000 Japanese who control the coun t t try activities Education costs 1106000 and rellg bus sacrifices 1180000 The navy coons of 25 admirals and 010 Iron bum coat barge The Worlds Work p RIGHT HEREIN STANFORD Penny guarantees to refund money If Hyomel fails to cure the worst case of catarrh It is no uncommon thing to see a med Iclne advertised u a gusrantecd cure But investigation usually shows that the I guarantee is wada by some unknown firm hundreds of miles away The guarantee though that comes with Hyomei Is entirely different It U matte by Mr Penny one of the most rat liable drug firms in this section He ad rertUetthat if Hyomsldoes not euro the wont cue of catarrh bo will return the 4moaoy without any iuc llon or argument No business house in Stanford has a bet ter reputation fur square dealing than Mr Penny and when he guaranties that J ho will refund tbo money If Hyomei falls to cure catarrh no one has any question as to the agreement being lived up to both tn the spirit and letter Uyorael ia very easy ahd pleasant to use Just breathe through the little in A haler that comes with every outdl every breath will bring recovery much the nearer It kills all the germs of catarrhal troubles In tbo air passages of the head 4throat and lungs soothes and heals the irritated mucous membrane and is the only natural euro for catarrb t The complete oUlfit costs but one dol I lar a cd extra bottles of Hyomei can b I obtained for 50 teat Do not let a alight catarrhal trouble develop into one that may be serious and chronic Use Hyomei at once remembering that you run no risk wherever when you try lljo inol on Mr Fcnnya offer of No money no pay UptoDate Observations Never udeoa mans knowledge by the things ho says A man who cant talk and will talk I tIbould be muzzled usually the painstaking moan f who manages to avoid pain Tbo mightiness of the hairpin exceed that of both the pen and the sword A man knows Just what to do In the hour of danger as long as the danger doesnt show up Only a fool man would deliberately make an enemy by guessing within 10 ycara of a womans of real age There are not enough adjectives In the English language toenablo a girl tn prooeriy describe her flrst beau Womans band In connection with her slipper has played a very Impor tant part In the work of civilization Many a man site around and growls about having to support a wife who works 13 hours a day trying to support him Chicago News have used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets with most satisfactory r result says Mrs FL Phelps Houston Texas For Indigestion biliousness and constipation theme tablets are moat excellent Sold by W NOralgI till t el- n IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES oarrodllburlZA little daughter of Lawrence Rog ers of Danville died of measles MarI Albert Burton who murdered vjn Conover In Adair was arrested In Tennessee Qeorgo Anderson of Lebanon was killed in a railroad wrecic at Hawks Nest W Va judge W H Prewlit who has made Doyle county an excellent judge for two terms announces for reelection While cleaning a piece of brass work Mrs Robert Harding of Danville was painfully burned by gasoline catching Ore A vacant dwelling belonging to the Curry Grocery Co burned to the ground at Junction City entailing a loss of about 00 F F Ulakoly editor of the Wbltloy News has purchased J C Birds lease on tbo Wllllamsburg Times and tbe News will suspend publication Great Interest Is being taken In the whisky election at Burnslde says a dispatch from there Both sides aro working day and night The election will bo bold next Wednesday- A motion was made before Judge Beaton to the Madison circuit court for a change of vonuo In tbe Gen Cat slus M Clay will coolest The motion was overruled and the case will ba tried at the present term Tbo application of John A Black Joseph Miller W J Campbell James D Black and J R Jones to organize tho national bank of John A Black of Barbourvllle with 130000 capital has been approved by the controller of tbo currencyQuito number of stockmen friends of the lato G P Ramsey mctaod raised 1000 for his family which Is said to be In destitute condition since his death Mr Ramsey was one of the best known and liked traders In this part of the State For years bo had been connect ed with J F Cook ft Co and his death was much foil Lexington Democrat Liberal Donations To A Good Cause The ladles of the Christian Aid So ciety realized from their exchange and auction 123 Instead of 120 as reported by your Crab Orchard correspondent We appreciate very much the liberal donations by Mrs Lou Pettus of Ba rea Baptist Miss Pauline Hardln Presbyterian Mrs J F Baker Hunts vlllo Tenn Methodist Mtsrcs Lena and Clara Kennedy Oklahoma Mrs Jailln Mrs Alex Ocazloy Muses Liz tie and Mettle Beazley To Col J P Chandler who conducted the auction we owe much of our success And last but not least to tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL we fcol Inddbtcd To each ono who helped In this wprk wo return our sincere thanks Divld of Bible history was a man after Gods own heart and there must still be some magic In that name They seem to be first In good work Two having read Mr Buob aoans letter have responded to her appeal for a building fund Mr David Carson Atlanta 910 Mr David Johnson Oklahoma 15 and they were nam ed for the same man and ho a preacher of the Christian church We hope oth ers may do likewise that soon we maybe able to rebuild our church and have a home Ore the flock becomes scattered Wo are not discouraged but watching and praying our faith strong In tbo rich protrtUee of God MRS KATE EG n GUT Robbed The Grave JnoeOliver of Philadelphia as follows I was in an awful condition My skin al most yellow sunken tongue coated pain continually back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Time physicians hid given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Hitters to my great Joy the first bottle made a de cided improvement I continued their USA for threp weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave anther victim No ono should fall to try thorn Only 80c guaranteed at Pen nys drug store Tbo widow of Pbllo S Bennett has tiled a second petition at Now Haven asking for the removal of W J Bryan as executor of the Bennett estate al leging tbat Mr Bryan Is wasting the funds of tbe estate tn attempting to se cure the probating of the sealed let ter giving him 50000 A Great Sensation Thero wee a big sensation In Leosvillo Ind when W II Frown of that place who was expected to die had his life say ed by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption He writes I endured insuf ferable agonies from asthma but your Now Discovery gavo me immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complete cure Similar curve of consumption pneumonia bronchitis and grip are nUt merous It is the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price 60c and II Gusrantecd by U L Penny dug gist Trial bottles free Crab Orchard Little Eugene Edmlston and many others have been III with roseola Henry Campbell Is having a cottage bullion tbe lot east of the Baptist churchCampbell d Pdttus have so many cello for liquid ozone that It keeps them busy sending In order There will bo services at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening by Rev J E Pearce of Georgetown We bad the pleasure of eeetcg eon e of the beautiful specimens of Mrs W M Morris china painting recently Miss Tevl Carpenter of Stanford came up Monday to see her grand mother Mrs Flrb Mrs D C Payne continues to suffer very greatly with her sprained arm and dropsy While walking on the railroad track near Gum Sulphur the train struck Eph Ponnln ton breaking one leg and otherwise seriously Injuring him Dr Edralston thinks with careful nursing be will recover Mrs Charles Singleton snd children have returned from Henderson N 0 Mr Andrew Smith who lives near the Dlx River bridge was stricken with paralysis several days ago and Is In a serious condition John Ed Pearce of Georgetown wl give an entertainment ot music song story monologue and dramatic sketch os constituting a program of wonder ful variety on the evening of the 18lh In the ball room of Crab Orchard Springs Hotel under the auspices of the Baptist Ladles Aid Society Ad mission 250 children 15o Mrs Brooks and Miss Mollle had MeMrs Joe and Will Brooks with them agate this week Miss Annie Austin of Lancaster was the guest of the Mines Bronangb Sunday Miss Maggie Stephenson arrived from quite a lengthy visit to Missouri a few days ago On her return she took in the St Louts fair erouids and visited rela tives In St Louis NEWS NOTES Paducah Is now suffering from a sand famineWesley Weaver aged 70 was killed by lightning at Boonovllle lion Carl Day member of the Legis lature from Brcatbltt county died In LexingtonFire McKinney Tex destroyed business property and tucks of goods valued at 1200000 Newton Marks a veteran circus and theatrical man was killed by a train near El Paso Tex Two thousand cattle butchers em ployed by Swift Co Chicago have been ordered to strike Judge Hloklev former chairman of the democratic State committee of New York died suddenly of apoplex Henry McDanlel a Negro at Delhi Ls shot and killed his wife fatally shot bit motbar ln law and committed suicide Mr Elise Sobaaf of Berlin formerly a prominent advocate of womans rights In Germany committed suicide by shooting The United States supreme court de died that books published periodically are not entitled to transmission thro1 the malls as second clan matter George Fltzcurwood Le Jeurie com poser of Jerusalem the Golden at d other popular hymns and senior choir teeter of Trinity Parish New York U dead Judgment was given the Maysvllle compiny of the State Guard by Judge Cantrlll for Its claim amounting to about 815CO for guarding W S Taylor 11 tho Capitol buildings In 1000 The iillclals of Carter and Lewis counties have bad a reeurvey made which confirms the first report that Vaoceburg and a portion of Lewis CJuntv aro within the Bduicbam county Hoes The Russian fleet at Port Arthur his sustained another tremendous lots the battleship Petropavlovsk having been wrecked and almost Its entire crew drowned Including Vice Admiral Mak aroff Tbo fessol according to official reports was steaming out oftbo harbor td moot the Japanese fleet In com bit when It struck a mine and turned turtle The loss of life U believed to be about 800 Only tour qf the officers and possibly 20 of the crow art reported to have escaped The Grand Duke Oyrll was seriously Injured Nothing Equal to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrho ea Remedy for bowel complaints in children We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itomedy In our family lor rears says Mrs J B Cooke of Nederlands Taxes We hare given It to all our children Have used other medicines for the same purpose but nev or found any thing to equal Chamberlains If you will use It as directed will always taro For tale by W N Craig LANCASTER Tbo many friends of Mrs T J Hatcher are sorry to hear of her death which took place late Monday after noon at her home on Weet Water Ave DUO All extend their deepest sympathy to the family now remaining Mr T J Hatcher Misses Carrie Susie Bertha Jim George and Cbarllo Her remains were Interred In the Lancaster cemetery Tuesday afternoon Tho Lancaster Base Ball Team will play Its first game hero Saturday April 10th against tbe D D InstP tote of Danville Both teams are stronger than they have been for years and all expect to see Athletic Park opened with a fine game Tbo grounds are in floe condition having been skin ned and a grandstand erected that will accommodate nearly 300 spectators Chas Owens a Negro became sud denly Insane Tuesday morning on the Public Square here He ran Into the streets picking up rocks and throwing them at some gentloaien who were standing on the pavement and as tbe Citizens National Bank door was open a rock went through and narrowly es caped Mr Owen Rlgnoya bead Be was finally taken prisoner by Wro Lawson and Clayton Arnold and placed In jail He will bo sent to Lexington to the asylum In a few days Manager Ware McRoberts of the Lancaster Athletic Association was In Danville Monday In Interest ot the Lancaster Athletic State Tournament which Is to beheld here June 22 24 He received scholarship for two of the contests from Central University and Caldwell College Everything looks bright for the Tournament and all who are Interested will have a chance to see the beet athletes and other coo testants in music vocal oratorical and dsclamatory In the State of Kentucky Tbe people of this town and vicinity are distressed at the sad death of Dr J W Grant of this place Ho passed peacefully away at his home on Dan ville Avenue Tuesday afternoon Dr Grant was born of a prominent family In Virginia but In later years moved with his family to Lancaster where he has always been connected with all that has been for the good of his town ills many friends otter their heartfelt sympathy to tbe family who survive him Dr H I Grant Misses LUIa Ida Lillian and Mrs Grant file re mains were laid to rest In the Lancas ter cemetery Wednesday afternoon Hon M F Elkln of Lexington democratic candidate for tbe Senate In this city Mrs Harriet Price celebrated her 89lh birthday Sunday at the home of her nephew Mr Edward Price All of her children and grandchildren were present to do honor to tbo occasion Miss Frankle Kauffma- has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Van Greenleat of Richmond Miss Katie Lee Danny of Point Leav ell has been the attractive guest of Miss Annie Herndoc Misses Altle and Bessie Marksbury have returned from a long visit to their sister Mrs How ard Rice of Columbus Ohio Miss Mae McGee has returned to her home In Lancaster after a visit to friends and relatives In Brodhead The many friends of Shirley Hudson are glad to know that be has almost recovered from his recent attack of pneumonia LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Wanted grass for 50 ewes and lambs Box 101 Stanford The Neal farm near Bowling Green changed bands at 113000 A sixmonths old Polled Durham bull subject to register for sale J E Lynn 2t FOR SALE Bull Wyandottos eggs from flue stock first prize winner In pen A 1 winter layers lOo each or 11 per setting Etta and Lillian Mueller At W H Johnsons sale Wednesday corn In the shuck brought t2 00 to 83 one twoyearold mule 182 one year ling mule 167 mare 57 50 30 steers at 827 cow and calf 832 bay baler 825 cow 823 wagon 830 Mr R H Brooaugh Is working some good horses at the Crab Orchard race track In tbe number are Louisa Stapp a chestnut filly by Great Pride dam Midget bv King Alpboaso and ty B brown filly by Imp Gaylad da Christine Bradley by Fordam A Stanford gentleman tells us ho saw them breezed threenights of amlle the other morning la 401 seconds and the did the work easy Sciatic Rheumatism I have been subject to sciatic rheu matism for years says K H Waldron of Wilton Junction IowaliMy jolut- wore stilt and gave me much pain an discomfort My joints would crack when straightened up I used Chamberlains Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cur ed Have not hid a pain nor ache from the old trouble for many months It is certainly a most wonderful liniment For sale by W NOralgo Petropavlovsk heavytIou Admiral Maharoff was amon those drowned Low C- utSHQES Ii Our lines of these goods in the famous Douglas goods are complete and we are showing them in black kid patent kid and the popular new tans 3 and 3SO S- eT De huLLER Danville KU THE GLOBE I t KENTUCKYS ARTIST No IV S H R This premium saddle and harness sUlllon will make the present season at Loran Hunt Farm four miles from Dinvillt and six miles from Stanford KenluckyArtlslll a beautiful chestnut years old with three white feet is 14 hands high a per actione No winner of the treat sweepstakes prize at the Worlds Fair he by Artist 11075 he by liam 6r hi by Washington Denmark bywines Denmark ti Artist Montrose ist dam Daley by byBallArtist ys dam Lucy No so by Druellers Dren non f Patn with rooms hulls and cIstern room coal hen stable and bn y shed with IIX acres within 400 yard of Ky dam Thomas by Nero he by Morgan jrd dam Cooper by Patricks Copper dam Dovey by Barnes of Howard county Missouri he Blackburns Whip of Kentucky Artist has shown against and defeated all the treat stallions In Kentcky and Missouri among them such horses as the 5000 Montgomery Chief owned by Ball Bros the treat and noted show horse Preston owned by Pat Dolan Kentuckys Aitlst Is only 8 years old and Is re garded by best judges to be the most per fect called saddle stallion In the will be glad to show him to any one at my stable and Invite breeders of fine horses to come and see Artist before breeding stand him at fto the season or era to Insure a living coil dont want your money until you have gotten value received A GUY L uu New Corilllanteriusraasassa We have just received our Our New Tiger Disc and- RunnerCornPlaltcr Something new and see them HigginsMKinneySTANFORD BUG PROOF I If can not make a cistern bug tight nobody v minLincoln county can I will use a cast iron cistern platform si galvanized iron pump and a Haselden Patent Filter These three excel ylent articles will forever faithfully guard filth from your cistern Call anti examine Phone 110 Depot Street dS H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky FOR SALE Residence 8 jrarchei servant house house milekIlmltsind graded school gSIROUERrS Stanford l hompsons Bottomth Kentucky Kentuckys Kentucky HUNDLEY IIUNDLEY Call d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Twacy SorMlho rs WMtMiim a e lStanford Kentucky tlN IrlE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWALND SR- I candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le till action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD li I canaldate for Sherlfl of Lincoln county subject- to the action of tile democratic p- arryT JEFF HILL SR It I candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to at action of tot democratic party JESSE C LYNN It a candidate for sheds of Lincoln county subject to ta action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject la fee action of tht democratic party DINK FARMER 11 candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tot action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the teaocrattc party W HERRIN II a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of docratiC party MEREDITH E PRUITT la a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to tb6 of the demo Static party MISS KATE BOGL- EI a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo cpartyHON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candIdate for Congress In the Eighth district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert Ject to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port Is earnestly solicited R C WARREN Is candidate for Judg of the Lincoln county Court subject to the action of the democratic patty JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action at the democratic party DC ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democrat party E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject o the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to tie action of the democratic party WHEN Alderman Waters died In Michigan the other day he left a will which furnishes a corrollary to the poets word about love There are three women who are laying tbat It It better to have been loved and lost than sever to have been loved at all The Alderman left three legacies of 810000 each for as many of his old sweethearts whom be bad assiduously courted but never won Be remained a bachelor and became rich but apparently never lost his loverllke feeling for the only girl except two he eer loved IN a speech at Barboumlle Cons gressman Burner stated that he had given bed and board for two years to John L Powers a brother of Caleb M Powers who was Indicted for compile ity In the murder or Goebel Therepub llcans will no doubt return Mr Hunter to Congress for the reason that he has helped harbor a fugitiveDTI quite a feather In the Gum Shoe Statesmans hat many partisan members of that party think A GREAT admirer and supporter of Mr Bryan committed suicide In New York because as be told his friends there was no use living now that the Nebraskau was out of the question as a presidential nominee Poor fellow be might have saved himself for greater sorrow POLITICAL Q C Godbey of Liberty Is a prospective candidate for county judge of CaseyMax Ibmien W R Hearsts repro sentatlve is In Louisville again this time to buy a newspaper It Is said John W Bookwalter the Spring field millionaire manufacturer politl clan says Ohio democrats will Instruct for Hearst In the primary held at New Haven Conn the home of Yale College the Hearst delegates carried the city by an overwhelming majority No dear reader the Taylor Instruct ed fur for governor of Indiana feW L not W S Mean as are the Hoosier republicans they couldnt stomach such a brute as the fugitive assassin conspirator Lexington Democrat Former Chief of Police William A Jesse was appointed chief of the Lex ington Fire Department to succeed G W Mulr The latter Immediately fil ed suit against the mayor and cUy h Ylvouncll enjoining them fronj removing e him y A harmony program has bnen mapped out by Louisville republicans the scheme being to nominate former GoyI W O Bradley for Congress and to dlIvide the other honors The Customhouse faction Is said to be willing but Charles E Sapp has ootcxpressed him self Senator Morgan says that the Parker boom means that Hearst and Bryan will not play an Important part in the democratic national convention PerI tonally the Senator prefers Gorman as the nominee but ho believes that Judge Parker can bring to bis support the democratic voto necessary to an eleo Lion oPLincolnTo The Demon ra County Because It Is the more convenient method I take the liberty to respond publicly to many Inquiries made o me respecting my purpose to become a candidate for the democratic nomina tion for attorney of Lincoln county I have DQtmado any format announcement ot candidacy and do not propose to do so now The election will not occur until November 1005 At this time we are on the threshold of the most important presidential contest which will have occurred In nore than a half century Besides this a Con gressional and Appellate Judgeship taco are pending Party nominations involve chiefly personal preference These it seems to me should be held In abeyance until we can bring to a finish our political differences with our politi cal opponents encouraging meanwhile party unity and discouraging personal differences with a view to party sue cess I do oot conceal my present purpose to become a candidate at a fit time Af ter the November election is over and after I shall have contributed the lull- measureof my small ability to the sue cess of the regular nominees of my party I will endeavor to attend to my personal Interests with respect to a party nomination for the office of coun ty attorney of Lincoln county Lest DOI attitudeof more complete silence should be misconstrued by those who bave such sufficient Interest to ask me of my purpose I think it proper to make public this response Respectfully W S BURCU HERE AND THERE Dr Frederick Hlnltt has arrived at Danville and will accept the preslden cy of Central University- At Mlddlesboro Sarah Greer In a fit of jealousy shot at Mrs LapsGalloway but struck Mrs Ed McWIlllams an In nocent person The Bluegrass Oil Co has brought in another good oil well in the Knox field It Is located on the Barnes farm and Is a regular Jones sand well at 450 feetWilliam Parker claiming to be from Louisville was fatally shot by an offi car In Wheeling W Va while in the act of breaking into a saloon for the purpose of robbery Hugh Mulbolland formerly postmas ter of Paducab It under arrest in Brooklyn N Y charged with com plicity In stealing 850 worth of trading stamps from a trading stamp company He told such a bard luck story of drink being bis downfall that the judge took his case under advisement All the wills of the late Casslus M Clay were declared null and void by Judge Benton at Richmond on the ground that the testator was of unsound mind at the time thty were drawn The property will go to the natural helra Dora Brock the child wife will appeal from the decision Twentynine men were killed five of whom were officers jn the navy by the explosion of powder In a turret of tbo battleship Missouri while the vessel was engaged in target practice off the Florida coast Five men were Injured two of whom will die The accident was due to the ignition of powder In the breech of a 12lncn gun and re suited in the explosion of 2000 pounds The vessel was saved from destruction by Capt Oowles who ordered the mag azine flooded CHURCH MATTERS The Baptist church at Owenton has called Rev B F Swindler ot Coving too to Its pastorate Mrs Edward King of New York has given 8100000 for the erection of a new Episcopal chapel on Cathedral Heights Serylces at tie Baptist church Sun day morning at 11 oclock Subject The Transfiguration of Christ Eve ning services at 730 Subject The Tried the Beet Everybody Invited Rev P J Ross will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening Tbo Methodist church Is undergoing repairs Sunday School will also be held in the Presbyterian church Serious Stomach Trouble Cured I was troubled with a distress in my stomach sour stomach and vomiting spells and can truthfully say that Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets cur ed meMrs T V Williams Laings burg Mich These tablets are guaran teed to turo every case of stomach trouble of this character For sale by W N Craig FREACHERSVILLE D F Thompson Das a cow that give two gallons ot milk pact milking besides enough for a hearty calf Whosf cow can beat that James D Anderson the polite candl date for assessor was with our peoplr the other day and Iris safe to say that he added many new friends to his already long UltIMrs J M try raiser and makes more from tbf sale of tine Leghorns than most anj one Tnose desiring eggs for hatcblni will do well to call on ber Cecil McClary and Mr Chestnut or Rockcastle were with friends hen auodav They taught school In thl county last year and aro thinking or teaching In Lincoln agate Building wire fence Is the order of the day In this section We predict that in 50 years from now a wooden fence will be as great a curiosity as a spinning wheel U now to most people Mrs Victoria Anderson the aged mother of James L Anderson of thl place Is seriously III at her bomti neat quiteIokPayne Is tome better of grip Rev Robert Jordan pastor of the M E church preached Saturday eve and SuadR and tblslweelCthe prayer meeting In his cODductI The trial ot James M A Wasblnelogton charged with embez zllng 173000 of Government funds was brought suddenly to a close and Juror Arthur Orrison was sentenced lo two months In Jill for contempt of court AN ORDINANCE An ordinance to amend section 42 of ar tide 5 of the printed bylaws The city council of the city of Stanford do ordain as follows That section 42 of article 5 of the printed bylaws be amended by strik log 27th line thereof the figures 25 and insert in lieu thereof the figures 75 and by striking from the aSth line thereof the figures 15 and inserting in lieu thereof the figures 40 and striking from the 29th line thereof the figure 3 and inserting in lieu thereof the figures 10 so that so much of said ordinance as is hereby amended shall read as follows That the tax on license shall be as follows Peddlers peddlelsf40 peddlers of goods wares etc per day elo- Thil ordinance shall be in force from and after one publication thereof in the INTERIOR JOURNAL newspaer A B FLOKENCE Mayor- L R HUQUES Clerk I AN ORDINANCE An ordinance to amend article 4 sec tion 82 of the printed bylaws The city council of the city of Stanford do ordain as follows That section 82 of article 4 of the printed bylaws be amended by striking the sixth line thereof the character pod figures 810 and inserting in lieu there of the character and figures tso so that said ordinance as amended shall read as follows All persons who are by sections 7980 deemedpeddlers shall before the sale or attempted sale of any article or right as herein contemplated procure and pay for license as required by law and any peddler who shall violate the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of ped dhng withoit license and fined not more than 850 This ordinance shall be in force from and after one publication thereof in the INTERIOR JOURNAL newspaper A B FLORENCE Mayor- L R HUGHES Clerk AN ORDINANCE An ordinance to amend Article 4 Section 29 of the printed bylaws The city of the city of Stanford do ordain us follows That section 29 of article IV of the printed bylaws be amended by striking from the first line thereof the words oth er than a citizen of this city and strik leg from the sixth line thereof the chaise ter and figures t5 and tlzo and inserting in lieu thereof the character and figures fio and f60 so that said ordinance as amend ed shall read as follows Any person who shall within the limits of said city sell or offer for sale by or otherwise any goods wares or merchandise farming implements and products exempted with out first obtaining from the clerk of the city council a license as provided herein shall be fined not less than f20 nor more than f60 for each offense But nonresi dent merchants may sell by sample to resident merchants who buy any such merchandise to resell to customers with out becoming liable under this section This ordinance shall be in force from and after one publication thereof in the INTERIOR JOURNAL newspaper A B FLORENCE Mayor- L R HUGHES Clerk KING EAGLE highdarkRoyalkinglet din by Eagle nirdi 2nd dam by Tied byMlllerifenmarkithoroughbred greatOnver and Allle 0 the groat show mare that sold for f1000 Klog Eagles 2nd dam Is the dam of Mlnnto Boyd the great show mare that Mitt Cohen won everywhere with to 1895 and sold for tS00 King Eagle will make the present season of 1904 at my stnbla miles west of Stan ford on the Shelby city pike at the low price of liP to Insure a Urine colt Will also stand the great mule Jennet Jack Dilly Keene at 110 for mares and 120 for Jen nets to Insure living colt Hilly Keene was Tired by the great Tom 1st dam by LevilIubbleand Drlgnolla Billy Keene stands full 18 hands high with white points and as a breeder be Is unsurpassed as a mule or Jennet Jack Ills colts will show for them JackJimto Insure living colt Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits the Insurance and money be come due at the time of such transaction For farther particulars call on or address S T HARRIS KyPhone Dr M A HELM Dentist Will bo at J K helms residence Itt Store land each Monday lie will be to do all kind of dental work at reasonable prices Satisfaction guaranteed Have your colts cas trated by T F GROSS Preach cravillc Ky the wellknown caMrator of horses and hone doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Try him POSTEDWe whose onmea appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree passing ou our pUrix and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J Z Snoonaraore T M Holmes H V Newland J R OamenlCh Peter Hairnet SYII Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens James M White and wife Carson H I Hawkins Mrs Alary Welch R A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A D toot Bam F Reynolds I U HHUCE B U OAllTKK BRUCE and CARTERL- ivery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection Millinery Opening I Mrs G n Fnillthasjust returned from Louisville with the latest at lowest prices lit her old stand adjoining Prulit- Bros Furniture itore where you are In vited to see our Carpets Matting Rugs Lace Curtains Shades Furni ture of all kinds Doors Window Glass Paints Screens Mouldings from which we make frames to orde- rPRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELMNO KY FOR SALE My term of II acres 0room story frame dwelling cistern at door neverfalling spring orchard stable eta nice shade trees In vard Land produce hemp corn wheat etc In splendid neighborhood SS mile from Stanford 7 from Lancaster and from Danrlllo on pike leading from Stanford to llnbblo One adjoining farm sold for MT 50 per acre and another owner has refused tail I offer this farm at 810 per acre possessionMIlS 8 DUNN Stanford Ky Messenger Denmark I By Cottons Messenger Chief be by Old Messenger Chief Tarn Arch Walker I Pat Denmark Will stand atf to Insure a llv Ing colt JIM PORTER Sovenvearold JaeklSJf baodshlghproveD breeder and a splendid Individual known as the Silas Anderson Jack Will stand at seven dollars to Insure a living colt llolh will make the season on flllaa Andersons farm Mare traded or moved out of the scanty without notifying mo makes money due for accidents W M 8lIlINKLEBRowland PROSPECT 2087Dr- seiurrtostFoaled April 38 1900 16 hands blgh solid bay with white feet behind a model In form with superior style a show horse second to none names or under saddl- ePxrioaxaSired by Dignity Dare 1988 he by Chester Dare bo by Black tqulrre ho by lllack Eagle be by King William Dignity Dare fit dam Lltilo Mont by Web hmont he by William Welch be by Ryadlclc llatn blctonlan Iroapecta Sat dam Dora Deane 2710 by On Time he by Stonewall Jackson Br 2nd dam by Joe Abdullah be by Abdatlab Olencoei 3rd aim by Bunks Sumpter Denmark 4tb dam by Hlack Hawk Morgan 6th dam by Oli ver heby Wagoner filhdam by Imp Mes senger Will serve a limited number of mare the present season at IIS TO INSURE A LIVE COLT Money due whec colt Is foaled or mare traded or parted with Marc at 83 per montbj al bills paid before removal of mares t not respon Ibln for accidents ores capedE P CARPENTER Moroland Ky DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 FULL BROTHER TO ESTELLE 219 14 Sled by ZhaJic0JJud4looby CcWust ijo and he by Vermont Morgan lrwrGoldJusttgrand dam on slras tide was by Stallion Zllcadl Ills dam Is Florence byGoUen Mlneo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan making Intensity Inbred Morgan Sttlllon descending from Justin Morgan on both sites The of road horses ever known Dortty GoldJust Is a dark dappled bay full hands and weighs itoo pounds a proven and uniform breeder of highclass rued and eaurtn horses com bining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are In demand at top pilces Both the champion saddle and combined gelding of tht American Horse Shows 019013 Jack O DUroonJi stands to his credit toot his colls sold last year for 10150 and too was refused for a walktrot mare by him Ills servi ces are offered for less than any horse of his produc log qualities In Kentucky Will stash at my tarn near Stanford al S2OTO INSURE A COLT French Coach Stallion QUASI NO 2127 In French Coach Stud hooks of America also In Republlque Francalse Haras Nattanaux No I186J first al the National Universal Ex spalionsImported by W tI Tichenor 0 tSoS biy black points small star r6e a hands high weighs In working order nuds by the French Government Stallion Tranie dam Charmantle by U Dord and and dam by Revo lution extended pedigree framed Quail has never been beaten In the show ring sure breeder of large fine high style and big acting colts and very kind to handle the attention of breeders to my colts by him to be seen on my farm jo of his get out of all kinds of mares Quasi will make the season of at my farm ssa miles from Stanford on the HustonvlUe pike d SIts TO INSURE A COLT Money due when colt drops or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept at toe per week on grass no responsIbility for accidents or esupe The best of careful given and no accidents so far Tom Keene JrVVlllmake the season at same place at to Insure a colt This lack Is lmost I counterpart of his are his breedin should a high class surrioanoSClover sod by Giant irJ by WesUm Phone IDIIIAddress Stanford or Danville Larger and Better I l- Our flue is larger and better this season than over before We arc showing the newest Wool Drew Goods such ijs Voltaire Voiles Ktamiucsi Homespuns anti Serges in IhV0 newest similes 7 Our lino of Silks nro the beet lobo had Wnjli Silk 21c inches wide nil colors 50 cents per yard 10 inch Taffeta n1L t colors 80 cents per yard Fine lino of yard vidoTaffctne 1I Penu de Spit anti Cbuntungs rv e Ladies Muslin Underwear A largo stock matte nndi trimmed nicely fqjru 10 cents to 1 garments Wo era showing n largo and well wsleotcd lice ot Corsets Wash Goods White Goods Percale Cheviots TowTjlj 4 Notions Mmes Furnishings Hats Etc vv OWSLKY BLOCK WATOJI OUIt ADS GRAND LEADER M B Le y O Co S B Levy ICE f CREAMSODA WATER Wo have opened our Soda Fountain for tho r iseason and are fully prepared to pcrvo you with all your old favorite drink Wo have added i p several new Syrups which we think aro good f 1 and hope that they will meet with your approvnlI IIOtPennys Drug Store GOTO T W B McRoberts I LANDRETHS SEED DRUGGIST STANFORD FOR LANDRETHSI GARDENWALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS BOOKS AND STATIONERY Heaters Get our prices on Heat 5 ers bfore you buy I Lamps Few from Xmas prices JOHN BRIGHT JR CO d u UOU LO Dr Gussie M Phillips J OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH HOTEL Stllnfordj STANFORD KYvaTUESDAY THURSDAY SATURDAY 9 A M to 4 P M All chronic diseases treated Gynecology and Nervous Diseases n Specialty J C R McCormack Dealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries f HardwareTinware Harness Fresh meats fish daily High est MarketPrice for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville Eggs and Chjckins Wanted I I want eggs and all kinds of pro duce Bring them to P Grays store Wilt pay cash for thorn Phone 118 ED UUBDAItD Stanford LUMBER WANTED I I want to buy staves heading lumber logs etc Will ayblgheat rain price at Morelaod D H0 Peyton Ky I J left ate very low and and and FOR SALE I 257 acres of land situated In Lincoln coun tv Ky on tbe turnpike road leading from Stanford to 3 miles from the former place In one of the bet neighborhood In the countyell watered has novnr failing springs and running streams on same and known astlio John 8 Murphy farm All of saldfarmin grass about 30 acres 89 acres In growing wheat which looks well Timothy and clover All under good fence and good Improvements Anyone desiring to purchase a Rood farm will do well to see me or write me before purchasing OEO W DARTER Tarnsrsvllle Ky r Some Late Arrivals l Ynnl wide Black Tnflbtn Silk nt 75o and S11lcr yard 27 inch and 80 inch White llohutta Silknt CO and 75c par yard X Yard wide White Tullcta Bilk 125 88 inch all Silk Pongee nt 8120 r Silk Tisauo In Light Bluo Nile Pink Lemon White nndUltiok nt 25o r r pcrynrd 4 Oropo Mnrguisc In White Block and Light Blue nt COo per yard t Serpentine Crepe in Black Tan Nile Pink Light Blue Lemon and 4 White nt 160 per ynnl I Danish Cloth in Black Cream Navy Red Blue Pink and Brown IlSTANFORD KY Aimt lo 1901 WE call your attention to our Proscription Department living used all our effort and knowledge toperfectour this department we beg to as sure that your proscription will be tilled correctly and just as your doctor prescribes Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS at COL W 0 WELCH remains In a critical condition JESSE F COOK of Lexington was hero Wednesday WALTER UOITER 1s assisting In the First National flank j MRS DEXTER BALLOUwbohasbeen very sick Is convalescing REV PETER BRIENTNER returned from Lebanon Wednesday Miss BELLE ROOT who has been very Is able to drive to town MISS SUSIE THOUiSON of Ml Vet I non Is with Miss Stella McClary MISS ANNIE BnONAUOH of Crab Orchard Is with Danvlll friends MRS MARY SitARS of Danville Is the truest of Mrs Annie flohiolaw MRS A W CARPENTER Is visiting her son Bryan Carpenter at Dayton OhioJ ROY B ROSE of Hustonvllle took yesterdays train for Wilton Knox county Jolitt S REloiiENliACHof the Mo Ktnnev section spent several days In MRS JOHN W BASTIN of Plltsburg passed down to Louisville Wednesday ELD JOUN L LEWIS left last week to accept the pastorate of the Christian oburcb at Warren led MESSRS B P SUltWKAIUm aDd W 1JSingleton of Moreland were callers at this office Wednesday MR M F ELKIN candidate for Suto Senator was mingling with his many friends hero yesterday MItJOUN H BUTT Is back from Louisville where bo bought lots of toad for his store at Highland Mn C T Bono of tbe West End Is back from a prospecting trip to Mississippi dellgbtrd with that State Miss BERTHA OEIILIE of Louisville came home Wednesday to attend the 4marrlageof her sister nest MoKlnney MRS JULIA CHA8K who has boon the guest of her sister Mr T P Hill left Tuesday for Louisville to visit friends MJssEuMAOwSLEYwhohai beoo visiting her left yesterday for Danville Lexing too Democrat C IL WILLIAMS and Joe Lynn Cof fellaave Monday jor St Louis wbero they bopo to slnatlopn In the Worlds Fair grounds I CADUELL WOODS Is back with his mother Mrs Adella Wood after three years service In the army donor which time bo taw a great portion of this country MRS J W FRANCIS and Miss Tom mle Francis passed through to Bards town yesterday where tbe former will make her home Her husband has secured a good position there MR WILLIAM ROYSTON who left Garrard county a year or so ago and lo cated at Burltson Texas has tired of tbe Lone Star State already and orders his paper sent to Marksbury his old I homeMRS ELLEN DIATT of Lexington widow of Hiram R Hlatt has gone to Paris Franco to visit her daughter inlaw MCI Walter Ulan Her son who is doing literary work In Now York City will go to Paris soon Mrs Ulatt ordered ber I J sent to her ra LOCALS fMEET me at Waltons Opera Route April GOOD Walton Opera House April 22 Get tickets now FOR RENT Housoand lot on Whitley Avenue W A Tribble 2t I FOR wedding presents see W u Muellers line of solid silver and fine cut glasssFOR SALRouJh lumber of all kinds Fence posts chestnut oak and poplar shingles H J McRoberts St NEW and stylish things at the Sa cray Studios Stanford and Danville A reliable guarantee to please with every order I WANT to exchange goode for 500 four Inch locust poets 71 feet long 13jc for split and 16o for round ones H J Moobertsa Mvitoclc of clock solid llvor rood eto li select and largo and price low W H Mueller LADIES Dont got to tea tbe new Ribbons Delta and Fairy Foundation Collars just opened John p Jones DROPPED DKAD Fred Hays a riotgro dropped dead of apoplexy at his borne near J U Carters store Wednesday INSANE Mrs herofthe Green river section was declared Insane 10I Judge Dalle court and was taken toC the Lakeland Asylum Tuetdalc MR J M ALVEHSOK bat secured for Daker Wall of this county a position as attendant at tbe Lakeland Asylum Mr Well will go at once to tbo place Tur L willrun first 1150 excursion of tbo year to Cincinnati Sunday Train leave Stanford at 6 A w and arrives at Cincinnati at 10 Upturning It leaves at 8 P tdINORA KATIIEHINE i little daughter ofI Mr and Mrs Arthur Jones formerly of Quttonvillo but now living at Au gusta Kansas died of measles last week Sbe was an exceedingly bright and pretty child THE Somemet denies the re port that the Q L C division will be moved from Somerset to Chattanooga It also prints a letter from Superinten dent McQuIro to show that there Is no truth In the current report I D D OAKTEK has bought out bit partner I M Bruce and will continue tbe livery business at tbe old stand on depot street Mr Bruce will give bis attention to bis stock pens and will al so do public hauling of any kind SPECIAL NOTICE r branch of El rods well known Louisville and Stan ford photograph galleries will be open ed at Qustonylllo Monday April 18th Extra tine photographs at extremely low prices Will be there only a shor- time STOLE MEATSomme nervy thieves drove up to the meat house at Crab Orchard Springs and breaking In tbe door took seven or eight hams and a lot of sides The scamps tilled Capt Willis dog with bird shot before do purling TUB Central Kentucky Medical As sociation will convene here Thursday next 21st when an Interesting program will be carried out An effort will bo made at this meeting to reorganize the South Eastern Kentucky Medical Asso elation All members are requested to be present TUB following qtlIsuportan t Ujtn was sent from Stanford to the Lexington Democrat Wo tbe undo signed desire to say that parties ad vertising themselves as tbo Donton Club have no right to the use of the name and are not the original Dontons that will entertain at Stanford April 22nd next Sea Dlakeley president Wm Buokner vicepresident Thomas Johnson secretary Howard Salter assistant secretary Ed Hill treasurer IT will be seen f roman advertise mint on our fourth page that contracts for putting rock and gravel on the pikes of this county will be let next county court day May 0 beginning at 10 oclock It will also be seen that tboee contracting to do the work will be compelled to give bond for their faithful performance of It This IB a good Idea and It will compel the con tractors to do the work whether they lose or make money by the transac tion Bio ORDER Tho Cincinnati New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Co has contracted for 2400 freight cars which will cost 1154140 The compa ny will make a cashpayment of 8344 041 and will Issue bonds for the remain log 11200000 These bonds will be a direct obligation of the company will be coupon In form and In denomina tions of 81000 They will bear Interest at the rate of 4 percent peraonum Tbei bonds will be dated about March 1004 and will mature In 14 semiannual Installments of about 85000 each The title of the equipment romaine with anj eastern concern until alt of the bonds have boon paid After You Get Home Is when the real test of the VALUE of mer chandise comes We could not expect to count you a customer if we did not try to sell you such goods as will stand this TEST of home inspection and reasonable service burg idled asking Mr J B Paxton to make tbe race for county attorney was crowded out this Issue but will ap pear In our aezt- ATTENTION Is called to the adver tisement of Dr Oussle M Phillips 01 teopatb She has opened an ofllca at he s3t Asaph hotel where she can be found each Tuesday Thursday and Saturday DR Buau REID ball one of tbe most bHndiomely fitted up offices In Stanford the Myers Qoune gate and Wednei It was further beautified by an ex quisite oil painting a gilt from Miss Maude Carter who Is Indeed an artist with the brush It Is a bunch of water llllles and Is as perfect representation of them u could well be possible PROGRAM of the entertainment to be given at the Graded School Auditorium tonight by the Second and Third Grade Prayer Rev J W Haeln Song of the Raindrops Chorus Wei come Address Louis Withers Sun flower March Boys Kentucky Philos Annie Gentry Jas Cooper Song Lucy Lee Walton Mother Goose Operetta Did You ever Stump Your toe Virginia Mabony Tbe Moo COI Moo Marlon Grimes Song James Cooper The Dime Museum Annie LI Gentry Russell Brown Sale of Joint ed Dolls Milton Powell When Papa Is Sick Charlie Dunn Brownie Song Wesley Embry Charlie Boone War Thompson The Bumblebee Edward Buey Conundrums Howard New land Ring Drill Girls Flag Song Chorus Columbias Reception Ad mission live and 10 cents Curtain ris es at 730 TWO KILLEDAt Lebanon Junction Wednesday afternoon In a flgbt which grew out of Marshal A F Haleys attempting to arrest Charles Martin a brakeman the officer and John Rowsey were killed and John Gentry was shot In the thigh Tbe trouble begun on andtfor shootiugon the street John Row soy who did not like Haley drew his pistol and demaoled that Martin be released Shooting then begun and Ba ley and Rowsey fell dead within two feet of each other Gentry who had been summoned by Marshal Haley to assist In making the arrest was shot by Martin who pursured him to his homo and fired a number of times Rowsey was from Mt Vernoo and the body was taken there yesterday In the same car were tbe remains of Mar bat Haley who formerly lived at Row laud Ills body was taken to the home of his mother and at 10 oclock this morning It will be laid to rest In Buf falo cemetery Mr Haley was an Odd Follow and Maceabee In good stand leg and members of those orders will have charge of the burial He was an able fearless officer and seems to have been only trying to do his duty Ho leaves a wife and five children Mr Haley had many friends herewbodeep ly regret his untimely death and who sympathize with his brokenhearted widow MATRIMONIAL Prince Hugo Hobonlobe of Germa ny has married a beautiful circus equestrienne and thereby renounces bl rankMr Relchonbach and Miss Mary Oehlle both of the McKinney section drove to Oltonhelm yesterday and were joined In the holy bonds of wedlock by Rey Peter Brlentner Bpth are German Miss Paulino Helm Hardtn State Li brarian and Solomon L Van Meter of Fayette county wore married at Hod genyllle Tuesday Rev Miles Saun dera father of Hon J N Saunders of this place performed the ceremony George Barnes Wear o of this place and Miss Mario Wjlllams of HUSIOO vllle drove to Danville Tuesday after ofIUUltonlIIoIerest young men moral and Industri cue and bo has legions of friends who wish him great happiness In the gain Ingot a belpmept The bride Is a daughter of Mrand Mr w R Wil llama and leas exoeediigly handsome couple In wUblng them all the happi ness tbatcftn come from married life Mr and Mm Wearen spent a portion of Wednesday and yesterday with re atlves and friends hero A S PRICE dargeon Dentin Stanford Ky Jcoyor IaxobertaDDrag Stan In the OwX7 Daad- lneProduce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the best market price for your Poultry Eggs Feathers tildes FUrl liras Etc Call at NOttTOCOTT CO Stanford Ky THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Rocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St LouisI Strawberry Plants For I have a nice lottof the following varieties of strawberry plants for sale Jeaale Oau dy Sample Clyde Ilarerlanrt New York men Marr Cumberland Tennes tea Prolific Kansaa Parker Earl Theyare soc per 100 or fI per 1000 of any one J L JOHNSON KingSTllle Ky GET YOUR BUGGY PAINTED I wlih to announce to the people of Stan tord and vicinity that I have opened a carriage and sign paint ihop over Withers Fur- nIture stare In connection with Carton It Ioneoi buggy etnbllbment where I will be pleated to give estimate on carriage painting Satisfaction guaranteed Youn for buster A 0 OOODRIOU Stanford Ky Duke Of Richmond Combined Stallion Will make the season of 1901 at my farm one mile South of McKinney on Mt Salem pike at the low price of 18 to insure a living colt If mate is parted with In surance is forfeited and money is then due no exception to this rule Description and PedigreeFour yens 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 and dam by Warren Harris Denmark 3rd dam by old Crocket NOTE Tom Covington i a combined horsy with a record of 228 14 trial 319 his dam was by Kentucky Chief 2nd dam Parsons General Duke had a record oi 243 be was by Embrys- Lexlolltolt by old Lexington Will also stand at same place and on same terms tbe two well Jim Porter and Brignoiia Jr Tho reputation of these lacks is fully established especially Brignolia Jr he being sired by tbe celebrated Levi Hubbe Jack They are both well broke and very reliable Jares from a distance will be kept in any way desired at reasonable prices with bst attention but not responsible for accidents or es capes K S SCUDDEU McKinney Ky PRESTON NO 922 This premium saddle stallion of tbe world season of 1904 at the stable of C Bailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 12 years old Iji hands high a perfect model with great style action and speed 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 agalnst and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by J T Crenshaw of Lexington Ky and Mont gomery Chief owned by Bros Why you breed to Preston I Because he is the greatest show horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is jreat show horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Vare for 2000 Rebecca that Georgeiby Gay Bros that won more premiums in saddle and cbmbined rings than any three yearold out ic 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for Soo 3 Because he is tbe only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for f5000 1t Because he won the championship Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky- the Because he has won more money in show ring than any other saidla stal lion in Kentucky 6 1 will be 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 10 the season or SIS to insure a living colt- J C BXIUBV Stanford Ky Summer Underwear Ladies Sleeve Vests at 25 and oOc Kuco Pants Lace Trimmedat tame price Sleeveless Viceta at 71011 21and 5Qc Childrens Slqovo Volts and Kneo Pants at 16 to 35c If you are too busy to sow buy our Koadymndo Muslin Underwear n t lOc to 82 per garment Here he lethe King of Hoarse fur 1004 Tbe tot and his trousers come together first and best in one of thete PERFECTION Buster Snlts Select materials accurate cut natty style all com bine to make thU clothing thats built first choice of little men and mothers too Just bring the boy aoundj let u show you whats the latest cutest thing In tots tog ery wsaastste Cummins a McClary CRITERIONOn to the wearer Its the shoul of a coat tho close fit ting collar the perfectly built shaperetaining front makes the wearer Look and Feel Well Dressed Ifyou will wear a Criterion suit will be satisfied What more do you want Prices to 1750 HtlaMROBBRTS Stanford Ky TRY ONE OF THESEil Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For a Clean and Easy Shave you cant allordnot to use a CLAUSS RAZOR IGIEORGE H FARRIS A GO Stanford Kentucky IF You WANT RUBBER TIRESGET MY PRICES THEY AUK THE LOWEST AsfoJMv TIRES AKE THE FINEST MADE Expert Mechanics to 1Sft818rnctlonGul w j ders that you 750 ALANCASTE R KY f THE JNTE IORJOURNAL Intend n the poitofflce at Stanford 01 ge landelutt milter o7tahaTnwwdwYaa49ZiQw 13 PER YEAR CASH a nOD mil lopolda 300 will boeblflld I 0 I 24Tn1DlolnINo104pm KXOXVIUEIWSIOH 026II IIM 11Spa1ro2tII 1217 1m BOB QUIS 66749- A 700- I will stand the above splendid Jersey bull at my place near water at SIBO In advance Return privileges permitted j B OAMENISOn Stanford Ky J H IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Salt win sell privately Will also sell a 15 horse power engine and boiler All In good t repair Will sell at a bargain to closo up business WIll take part pay In lumber IowKLi Swimrr Stanford Ky Qaql Traylor DIAUttt IM WHIsk Brandu Wines Beer Clears Etc Oarpantor House Olose to Depot STANFORD KY Prompt n4 pallia sttentlon Nothlne but till be i I to drink Mill phone cr teUzupS orl rs receive prompt attention H C RUPLEY 1 ne Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky C sods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call LUTES BOONE G CO 11 Roal Estate Agonts Stanford Kentucky persons wishing to buy or soil terms well to see ns We have a number Lincoln and adjoining county farms 1All and will be pleased to show any one wo have If you desire to sell Livery our bands Office at Boone Stanford Ky I R B Mahony p insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners counties incoln and Oawy who may be seeking in surance against Faire Lightning r and Tornado None but the BtroD f6t and best OldLine Com panles represented and the low est rates are guaranteed Phone eL- Stanford Kentucky FEMALE WEAKNESS 61212 Congress St 1902Ito any doctors medicine I ever used and I know whereof I speak I inf suppressedmenstruation wouldshootthroughtblinding headaches Mr limbs would swell up and I would feel so weak I feltdlaoourared oftfelt a change for the better within a week After nineteen days treatment tboiofCardul Itafh A Yt N tJreMurer Itortland EconomIC League feflmenses hearing down pains or any weakness If you arc I havefailedthe world you should try Wine of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness rcONa 8100 bottle of Wine of today i WI NEer Ii CIRBUtI f Men jWho Can Sell Grain or Tobacco Can Sell Life Insurance and MAKEMOREMONEY Only the few buy form product while everyone Is a possible customer for lire In surance It will cost you nothing to find out our plan for lelllngour now forms of Invest ment Insurance you can end out by writing whetherlt will pay you to try It A course of professional Instruction given tree The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Richard A M Curd resident has paid poicy holders over 630 MILLION DOL LARS Address IISCOE HINDMAN Managtr U 8 Trust Bldg Louisville Ky tHAIR BALSAM baitHomae 07C1lpt IRAJONBS DENTISTStanford t K N OtJICft over Higgins sit McKlnnoys Story Telephoa Nu 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 bulls due when services are rendered and must o paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLES W JtmXEt SN Prop JUNCTION CITY KY firstclass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Moo Drain and Hay For Bale E D PeytonDE- ALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Ja L Beazley 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AlaODBJLLBUIB FnrnltnrellDlattlnpRu8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY Jc+ McCbMY t1NDEaT AltER EMBALMER And Dealest In SABNJBSS SADDLZBT 60 Stanford l y GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Huitonvllle Ky elegantly0 Agency for firstclaim Laun News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so licited o Faqts About Tobacco The old couplet that tobacco Is an Indian weed twas the devil that cowed the need U seems contained as much of truth as of rhyme sera are come tact figured out from the tobacco eta tistic of this country by a New York Sun writer If our annual output of domestic cigars wore to be made Into one Ions ci gar of the usual diameter there would be produced a weed that would BO 18 tltnesaround the world at tho equator If to one man there were assigned the task of smoking this allele tbo stump would be thrown away only after about 400000 years of persistent puffing day and night Only by a division of the labor that wo are ablu to consume the 700000000 cigars annually manufactured In the United States Our cigarette crop would make a single cigarette 130000 miles In length It 10 cigarettes be taken as the average dally consumption of each cigarette smoker In the country it 1s evident that some 800000 Amerlcansbabltually use tobacco In that form We smoke and chow about 140000 tons of tobacco a year and about 7500 pounds of snuff Is disposed of either by the note or dipping It In tbo North one rarely sees the Indulgence In rap pee and maccaboy but In the South and Southwest the box and the brush are yet tlta constant companions of thousands young and old white and black male and female The field value of our annual tobacco crop Is about 180000000 Its value In Its various manufactured forms approx- Imate 8500000000 This Is a big lump of a bill but what a vast amount of comfort and satisfac lion It represents rThrough Sleeper from Lexington lo- S Louis via Chesapeake d Ohio Rail way Beginning May 23ib the Cease peake S Ohio Railway will Inaugurate a through sleeping car line to St Louts via Louisville abd the Soutbern Rail way to leave Lexington dally at20 P M and reach Si Louts at 730 A M Returning this sleeper will leave St Louis at 1010 P M and will reach Lexington pn C L 0 train No 22 at 1110 A M the next morning Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thor oughly Of ill llu halves you ever heard of Bucklens Arnica Salvo Is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cute Bolls Dices Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only EJc and guaranteed to give satisfaction by G L Pen ny themv Spring The ldst resting place of your depart Let it boot and artistic feet We carry the LARGEST stock oft Marble antF Granite in Central Kentucl Lettering done by a In Memory Of Carrie Parsons Carrie Ii gone but not forgotten Gone where parttni Is unknoD Where the air U pure ethereal Singing round the great white tbroco Put away the earthly treasures Precious treasurer 0 so dearl Lay aside her little dresses In each fold a mothers tear Weep not mother brother sister Jesus knaweth all things best Weep nut trim for little Carrie Ie rejoicing with the blest God bath given God bath taken Though rends our hearts In two Bo but sends his frowns upon us To give back his smiles again And your home seems weary trialAnd In your way Just put your trust In Jesus And dont forget to pray Carries gone to wait your coming Smtllog whore the angels stand Lingering there at heavens gateway That she first may clasp your band JENNIE E 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 the democratic party As circuit judge It became my dUty to try a number of criminal case i which bayo become a part nt the States history and at a most critical time As judge of the State fiscal court It tell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever u controversy arose as to Its proper con slructlon Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchisee under the law Row well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstance Is to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist mo to secure the bleb position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTIULL A Kansas City small boy was ask by his teacher to use seed corn a sentence When I was out In the country last summer It said the young Itertor seed cornstalks In a Hold It Kansas City Times- Georgetown College celebrate the coming June its diamond jublle- the o 75ih anniversary of the exlstoo the college DruggistECLIPSE SHOES 9535O4 PER PAIR 1 u For style and durability none excel have lust received our Line In the different leathers Patent Colt Skin Vicl Kangaroo and Box Call Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction Call In and MO the line before purchasing your Spring Shoes W E Perkins Crab Orchard r MONUMENT exclusive DI woikiuanship PNEUMATIC T CIIEAPKU WMADAM left will We cd ones by the erection ofa suitable sSIGNj the boat material old of per I ronumcntH Markers nnd Tablets of kyOOLS NONE BETTER NONE SON Lexington Ky WHATS Your Idea about Paint LOW PRICE is LOW QUALITY Paintlias good as THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT theres none better cannot be sold for less than we ask If less is asked you know the quality is lower and its not economical Its poorly made contains poor material or is short measure You get what you pay for every time if you use S W P rsrHY WIN CRAIG Pharmacist StanferdKy f NoliceToConlractors I 4 Notice is hereby given that I will on Monday May 9 1904Beginning at 10 oclock A si let to the lowest nntl best bidder who thull give bond in nt least double tho tunount of the value of the work to be done 0 the surety on said bond to be approved by tho Supervisor tho furnishing hauling breaking and eprcntliup tho amount of stone and gravel on each of larho sections of the turnpikes in Lincoln county hereinafter appears Stanford tC Lancaster Turnpike Section I from Stanford to Wm Lo galls lane 30 rods stone Sec 2 from Win Iioguns lane to Gnrrard line 120 rods stone gravelStanford Branch a 25 rods stone Sec 2 from Hawkins Branch to Boyle line 10 rods stone Stanford Knob Lick Sec 1 from Stanford to Hanging Fork 20 tads gravel Sec 2 from Hanging Fork to Hustonvillo it Danville pike 20 rods gravel Lincoln it Boyle Pike lf rods Stanford Milledgovillo pike grovoljto McCornmcks church 2b rods to Hustonvillo pike 30 rods gravel Stanford it Hustonvillo Sec 1 from Stanford to Turncmillc 16c groclSianfoniWalker sons branch 25 rods stone Sec 2 from Wilkcreonu branch to Preachers villc 25 rods stone Stanfonl it Crab Orchard pike Sec 1 from Itowland to Baugbmans lano 20 rods stone Sec 2 from Baughpiaus lane to Bywatcw gate 16 rods stone Sec 3 from Bywatcre gate to Crab Orchard 10 rods ltoneIStanford Ottcnhcitn pike Sec 1 from J E Lynn a to J G Lnn j 20 rods stone Sec 2 from J G L UIIII to licence shop 20 rods atoneea Sec 3 from Boonos shop to Ottonhoim 20 rods gravel Crab OrchanlMt Lancaster pike See 1 from Crab Orchard to G W Evans 20 rods atone See 2 from O W wane to Garrard lino 20 role stone Stanford Dix River it Garrard county pike Sec 1 from Itowland toIJames Hiatt 30 tale tone See 2 from moos Hiatt to end of pike rods atone Chap lelle Gar piko 50 tale crone Stanford DCllllurg pike See from Stanford to Ottonhoim pike 25 rods stone See 2 from Ottenhoim pike to Maywoodroad at foot of knob lbrode atone Sec 3 from Maywood road to J II Carters 7 stone taco 1 from J II Carters store to Hutchisons school hence 12 1011Istone Sec ft from Hutchisons fchool houso to Butts store 20 rods steno Sec G from Butis store to Klngsvtlle pike 12 rods stono Sea 7 Irma Ivingsville pIke to Goo Gainoa house 12 rods tuno Sco f from Geo Gaines to Gco Clifls hone 23 rods atone Sec 0 from Goo dills to- Wn noaburg 30 rods atone kingsvillo it Pleasant Point piko Soo from Wnynotburg pike to Casey county road 33 rods steno Sea 2 from Casey road to Kingsvillo 2S rods stone ed1oltiuney it South Fork pike 2A rods gravel Hugtonvtllo it Ml Salem pike Sec 1 from Hustouvillo to John Se Denials 23 rods stono Sec 9 from John MoDaulale to Mt Salem 15 rods stone snlel8 front Itir bouC to lt Salon IIO rate arena Sro d from lit Sulem to Casey lino 20 rods arena stoneck 10 grnvolHtistonvillo 73 rods rook and 7 i rode gravel Sot L from Black pike to Boylo line 20 gravelTuruorsville churoli pike Sec from Turnoravlllo to Sam Holm 10 rods gravel Sec 2 from helms to Columbus Bishops 10 gravolCarpentersTuruorevillo it Mcl hIIlC JO rods atone McKinney to John Murpiiys 13 role gravel and 13 roda etono Huh Branch pike Sic from LnneaMor pike to Ilnwkiia Branch 121 rods stono Guarantee and surety companies accepted on fronds required horoiiu Hod of steno or gruel consists of 226 cubic feet Hand broken atone and gravel must Ira on margin of section by Sapt 13 1901 Alltnotnl measured by supervisor and dceignatc when and whero it shall bo spread Supervisor may direct the removal of tho crmhor to any pike or section in rctlon All Mono shall be broken BO na not to ex reed two inches in diameter If in tho opinion of tho supervisor tho stone crushed is either too large orytot small or the quality unsatisfactory ho may order tho work slopped refuse to accept same No gravel shall be spread upon tho turnpike before Sept 1st byhandmeasured by the supervisor before beginning work and shall bo filled full rounding to the t No metal shall bo spread unices tho supervisor is pre int The supervisor reserves tho right to any anti all bide Copies of bonds required can bo obtained at tho county clerks office A C DUNN Supervisor First National BankStanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In ItSI then reorganised as the National Dank of Stanford 168ft and again reorganized as the First National ilatk of Stanford In IftSZ having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with tacllltles for tranant lug business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited e1 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Directors J 8 Paxton J D Owslsy 8 n Shank W O Walker Coco W Carter f oto The Farmers Dank 4 Trust Company and under same management for years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations wilt prove mutually beneflclsl Officers J 8 IIOOKKB 1rest rHAHKIS V Vres JJ McUOHKUTS Obr W H WEARKNAsst Cur 1 Directors F Reid Danville 8 T Ilarrls Stanford J 8 Hockey Stanford K L Tanner McKinnoy M D Elmore Stanford 811 llaugbmitn Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble J II Dauchnian Stanford J 81Iettua Stanford fyl Carter Stanford CAPITAL STOCK BOOOO Successors continuously 8U Officersf J B OWSLEYICashier W U BRIGHT Asst Cashier