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I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL f VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 19 1904 SAM NO 15 I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Morning Star o grw ntp oerohaoKcu hoods at 10600 Wanted grass fur 50 owe and lamb Box 101 Stanford Many bone died In Boyla last week of a trouble resembling pneumonia A sUmontb old Polled Durbam bull subject to register far sale J E Lyon 2i Senator J W Bailey bai resigned at director of the Kentucky Trotting llorso Breeders Anoclailon The Continental Tobacco Co bought of James M Richards of Oath county I 400000 Douodi of tobacco at Ho Josh Jones will hip a carload of lamb to Cincinnati Friday Talc will bo tbo first lot to leave this section FOR SALE Ono twoyear old and several extra high grade Polled Angus yearling bull J Q and S d Bnugh roan 3 The largest crop of tobacco deliver ed In Grant county this jeans that 1 told by John Conrad 00000 pounds for f which he received Die Charles Lute bought In Russell county yearling cattle at 26 Mr Lutes has rented of E O Oooch the Terry Mobley farm near Mv Sa- lemIron SALE DuB Wyandotte egg stock first prize winner In A 1 winter laver lOa each or 11 per setting Etta and Lillian Muel ler A light yellow medium sized Jersey cow with abort bead no horns and dish face ttayed from my place the 16th Any information ai to wheru oho It will be rewarded a K McClure Glove Goddard told to Morris Farrli 23 ibort yearling terra at 12760 and to Husell Walters ll Coleman 20 at the tame prlaa J W Poulter near DIM can told OS ewes at 17 Oarrodxtairg n ratd The 3tatea of Nebraska Kaoiai Mil sour Iowa Mlnnosou Oklahoma and South Dakota will have to Import 4S 000 man to assist In harvesting tbo wheat crop this fall aecerdteg to the member of the Western Association of Free Employment Bureaus DANVILLECQUfITThere waa da mind for yearling and two year old steers at Danville yesterday and some sold as high as He but 4 to olio were the ruling price Duuhr stuff was atIe at 3a to3l3 Too hone market was Rood and there was a demand for mu Inc Menri M F North aod coo Prank North hava bought of Me in George W KlfTa Sr and George W RIITe Jr their farms on the Quitonvllle and Liberty pike about three miles from Huitonvlllc at 10 per acre for the rat named plate and 14760 for tbo latter The horse ibow at Danville Tester day drew ft considerable crowd to Dan vllle yesterday The Lincoln county tallloM exhibited were J O Bailey rea ton F fields Dorsey Golddust and Quasi D S Carpenters Dignity pare K P Carpenter Progprct C C Carpenters two yearold by Dignity Dare K R Denial Doc Gray and A E Hundley Kentucky Artist MONTHS TRIAL FREE Breathe Hyomol three or four times daily and bo cured of catarrh O I Penny one of the most reliable builne 3 firms In Stnfordhae seen many nitance of fie romirfcab o power of Hy emel to euro caUnbal troubles and oth er iHwrders of IhQ respiratory organ Rfiults In this treatment have given him so much confidence in Ilyoroel that ho will give a month trial with the post itive understanding that if at the end pf that time a cure is not effected or enough relief gained to warrant a continued use of the treatment for a while longer the itmonoy will be refunded Hyomc is the only treatment for catarrh that bee over been told under a no cure no pay plan and the only one where a months trial treatment Is free unless it cures liyomei la nbt a pill or liquid Just breathe it through the neat inhaler that comes with ovary outfit and benefit will bo seen from the flms days use Dreath cd In this way tie health giving Ilyomel penetrates to the minutest air cella of tho lung and drives cnrarrhal germs and poisons from the system Tho complete outfit coals but fl and extra bottles of HyomeJ may be obtained for 6Qc Remember that if llyomcl does not cure after a month trial Mr Penny will tetund yoftr money and tho treatment will bo absolutely free f Though they affirm A deadly germ the iweetoit kiss Lets hope tbo day It far away 01 antiseptic bliss To eterlllzo A sgtlebyldelmply booutraReoue Id much r To buraor kef And let bo contagious Atlanta Journal LANCASTER Marrlaga Mceoto was Issued this week to A Q McOreary and Mln Bessie Brewer and to Marshall Roy and Mill Adi Simpson All are from Lower Garrard Mrs Bacon who has been Instruct lOll a clan In physical culture will give an exhibition of her pupils efllclencv at the Rest Room Thursday evening Admission lOc Atbltylo Park was opened by an exciting game of base ball between tbo Lancaster and D D team of Dan yule Lancaster lost to the visitors by a score of 7 to 3 The Ideal Entertainer who show od here Thursday night wore enjoyed by Lancaster peoplo Society was out In full and It proved to be a social feature of a mot delightful kind The Qaseldon Bro inventors of the filler to favorably kuown have leased the privilege of tale and manufacture of the filter to a Mt Sterling party for 11000 per month for six month with the privilege of renewal at the expira tion of that time Meisrs Oaselden are to be congratulated on their good for tuneThe manager of the Athletic Tournament is meeting with nncour1 agement About 30 prize otic rod byleadtogbuiloe men and pol itician Too latest to contribute are Mestr E W Llllard of Danville candidate for Senatorand D R Moore of Qarrodsburg candidate for Congress It is with pleasure that we announce the opening of the public library of the W 0 T U In the Rest Rooms It contains the latest and best books they have been selected by competent judg Oi and are just what the reading public needs It le open on Tuesday and Frl day nights and Saturday afternoon Too membership II per year Tbl worthy enterprise on the part of tbe W C T U members deserves patron age and we feel proud that Lancaster bat a body of ladle who have at heart the Interest of Us QltlKin Let all take membirchlp br Cowls of Lexington la the gueuof Miss Mattie Smith Mies An nie Perkins has been visiting Mill Mat tie May Hobletoa Mr lloward Rice of Springfield Ohio le tbe guest of her parent Mr and Mr IL A B Marks burg Saafley Hughe went to Corbln Sunday to tee a pretty girl Walter Hudson aud Louie GUI were at homo from Central University Saturday Mr Win Cook has returned from North Carolina where she spent sever al months for the beoetlt of her health Mr Mary Woodcock oooa a resident of our town has been called to New Mexico on account of tbe serious condi lion of her coo William HERE AND THERE Thomas W Lawson of Boatoa ao nouncc that bo is preparing to enter upon a campaign against the Standard Oil Company Charles A Parker notified the re publican district commUtee that bo a candidate for the nomination for Coogreiis In the Louisville district The account of a former trusted em ploye of the Chemical National Bank of New York are out of proof to the extent of 122533 The employe disap peered 10 days ago Thu body of Capt W T Havens who jumped from the Kentucky river bridge at Frankfort March 27 was found at the mouth of Stonoy creek seven miles below Frankfort Andrnw Carnegie has given 15003000 as a fund for the benefit of dependents of thorn who lose their lives In heroic effort to save their fellowmen or for the heroes themselves if Injured only The Cotton Belt railroad will resume the operation of Its trains to and from Memphis Tbo differences between the road and the Memphis Froigbt Bureau are to be submitted to the Interstate Commerce Commission for adjustment The sinking of tbo Rutslao battle ship Potropavlnvsk by tbe Japanese turns Out to have been a shrewd piece of strategy upon tbe part of Admiral Togo Observing that each time the Russian ships left Port Arthur they went over an Identical course Togo counter mined that course one black night and the next time he drew tbo Russians out of the harbor ho blew up the battleship and thQ Admiral A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in tho hour of need Ills wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not lielpher He thought of Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and tray finally cured Only J5c at Pennys Drug Store HIGHLAND Mrs C M Young oas received her millinery goods and will have her open log to day Call to see her S Ihays used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets with most satisfactory result says Mrs FL Phelps Houston Texas For indigestion biliousness and constipation thcte lableta are moat excel lent Sold by W N Craig NEWS NOTES Admiral Toga aye the Potropav lovak was sunk by a Japanese mine Viceroy Alaxleff took over tbe com mand of the Russian fleoi at Port Ar thur U T Wilson chairman of the Board of Public Safety at Akron Ohio com milled suicide Tbo destruction of the royal palace at Seoul Korea caused a loss estimat ed at 3000000 Dr Charles Norton Mourning a wellknown physician was found dead In bed In LouUvlllo Several patients are expected to die astbo result of the Ore In St Vincents Hospital In Indianapolis Capt W H Greece militant to the general manager of tbe Southern rail way le dead In Washington One man was killed two dangerously burned and eight other persons Injured by an explosion In Brooklyn By tbe use of slot machines on the Worlds Fair gates tbe necessity of having ticket sellers will bo obviated Ray FIber an escaped convict shot and killed himself In California after B desperate battle wltb a pursuing posse Tho III fated Iroquois Theatre of Chicago baa been cord to an Eastern syndicate which will devote It to vaude villa Sadie Hale a 400pound 17 yearold girl was smothered to death In her own flesh so tbe coroner said at St Joseph Mo- nounon Jennings a Knoxvllle Ne gro beheaded his wife with an ax and then cut his own throat with a razor Jeajousy was the cause Judge Clcavoland at New Haven Conn refused to remove William Jen nlog Bryan an executor of the estate of the late Phllo C Bennett George W Drown one of Notion county belt men who was In Gen John Morgan cavalry during tbo Civil War la dead at Bloomfield The Indication are that the Penn sylvania delegation to the democratic National convention will be uninstructed and bound by the unit rule David Rotbsohtld former president of the wrecked Federal Bank of New York is under arrest charged with misappropriating about 1200000 The Spanish war olalml bllllo which tbe Fourth Kentucky regiment Is terested to tbe extent of 150000 Is expected to some up In the House this week The Japanese Insist that the Illfated Russian battleship Petropaylovsk was torpedoed The Russians at emphat Ically declare that tbe disaster was an accident Tbo orlglcal Indictment of Aaron Burr for treason long supposed to have been lot has been found In the ar chive of the Federal court at Rich mood Va- With a roar that could be heard for mile tbe Mississippi out through a neck of land restored Davie Island to tbe main land destroyed several cot ton plantations and resumed Its old the explosion In the after tur rot of tbe battleship Missouri Chief Gunners Mate Monson rushed Into the magacloo and closing the door saved the ship from destruction The death list now number 32 American ExprCei Messenger W H Henwortby and Baggagemastor Harry Drain are under arrest at Cincinnati charged with robblngexoress packages aod trunks on the Big Four railroad between Cincinnati and Chicago IQ tbo prcaenco of a number of witnesses Ed Gammons who killed Lake Klosey and his daughter Fannie Kin say at Water Valley Miss has made a confession hits statement regarding the death of the young woman wltb whom bo was In love Is sensational Ho says that attar he killed her father In the field he went to the house where tbe girl was and told her of his deed At tiret they planned to run away and tdarry but the girl changed her mind and asked him to kilt her which be says be refused at first to do Then she tried to got tbo pistol away from him He then told her to step off a few paces and turn her back which she did Ho then shot and killed her Best Cough Mcdiaine for Chil dren When you buy a cough medicine for small children you want one in which you can place implicit confidence You want one that not only relieves but cures You want one that Is unquestionably harmless You want one that Is pleasant to take Chamberlains Cough Remedy meets all of those conditions There la nothing so good for the coughs and colds incident to childhood It is also a cor lain preventive and cure for croup and there is no danger whatever from whoop ing cough when it is given It has been used in many epidemics of that disease with perfect success For sale by W N CraigHawkinsMy wife never gossip Robbies Neither does mine By the way what does your wife call It 1 Town Topics HUSTONVILLE Miss Llzzlo Huoo of Somerset is visiting the scenes of her childhood In our midst I F Steole has sold his lot on S W cor Main and Danville streets to Dr J0 Barker A B C Dlnwlddle who has been In Beattyyllle for the past month has returned home Woods Cowan k McCormack want 100000 pounds of wool They will pay tbe highest market price Wo are sorry to learn that several of our former citizens that have located lo and near Ponca City Oklahoma are losers by tbe recent failure of a bank Tho protracted meeting that was tp begin at the Presbyterian church here has been postponed until some time In June due notice of which will be glv enWool buyers are plentiful In the West End aod contracts for the spring clip are being made at 20a and the rise Richard FOley of Danville spent Fri day of last week feeling the wool grow era of the West End Tbe threshing over of old straw for Items by a Burnslde correspondent for Louisville and Cincinnati dally papers U decidedly amusing to tbe patrons cf the semiweekly and weekly papers of Lincoln and Casey counties Newton Bros contractors are hero and the work on their hotel will begin at once It will bo a fine two story brick containing 15 or 10 rooms mod are In every appointment and an orna ment which a city 10 times our population would feel honored to have Geo Bradley who was born and raised lo our city and moved several years since to Calera Ala lost both loge below the knee and had his right band badly crushed by being knocked under a freight train near his home last week He was taken to the hos pital lo Birmingham and at last aCt counts his condition we are sorry to say was considered exceedingly criti catA letter from Prof Patterson Prin cipal of Lancaster Graded School speaks In the highest terms of their school and says It II the pride of their cltII and le endorsed by tho wealthiest people of the community and that to day them are not 10 people in the die trlct opposed to It This voices tbe sentiment of our graded school district In every respect Tbe tax paying rep resentative people of our city and com munity met In the Opera House on Friday evening and the Interest mani fested there In this work shows die tloctly that a graded school for us Is an assured success The following trustees were unanimously nominated J K Baugbman chairman Chas Wheeler J S Murphy J 0 Neal T L Carpenter aod J H MoHargue THEY AVOIDED DANGER A bush nose man who know more about driving trades and bargains than ho did about driving horses took his wife driving but before bo started he Inquired of the liveryman Is this horse perfectly safe Perfectly answered the livery man unless you allow his tall to be mixed up with the reins II The city man hesitated to start but was encouraged to proceed by tbe as surance if you just keep the rein away from his tall be will bo all right As he returned tbe team In tbe evening the liveryman said Well I see you bavo bad no trouble iOh no said the man We bad only one shower while wo were out and my wife held her umbrella over his taU while that lasted Cardiff Times taking Desperate ty Chances It is true that many contract colds and recover from them without taking any precaution or treatment and a knowledge of this fact leads others to take their chances instead of giving their colds the needed attention It should be borne in mind that every cold weakens the lungs lowers the vitality makes the system lees able to withstand each succeeding cold and paves the way for more serious dl senses Can you afford to take such des perate chances when Chamberlains Cough Remedy famous for Its cures of colds can be had for a trifle For sale by W N Craig Mrs PeryIlvioto Shelby county cap In all probability claim a greater numberof living descendants than any other woman in Kentucky Mrs Perry Is tbe mother of 15 child ren the grandmother of 88 children and the great grand mother of 01 children and the great great grand mother of live children which makes a total of 191 Descendants Mrs Perry Is 70 years old and In tbo enjoyment of excellent health Mr and Mrs Wm Mustard have sold their farm near Indianapolis to Arthur V Brown with a provision In the deed that If any part of the land is ever used fora saloon or is sold or rent to a Negro such part shall revert immediately to the grantors t Low C- utSHOESOur lines of these goods in the fa mous Douglas goods are complete and we are showing them in black kid patent kid and the popular new tans 35Oistreau iT De mILLER DanYillB Ky THE GLOBE G7 LION 129IO SIred by Gambetta Wilke 2tO lit dam Daisy Field granddam of Allco Wilkes 317 Alratta 2UI X by Colloid sire of six In 730 and datn of 0 In 230 orbetter tad thodamsGallon carries the blood of four loading fumtles Wlket tUmbletonlan Mambrlno Chief and Seelrys American Star Gallons sire Oambelt Wilkes has 13 ID the 210 daulIbtersbayoIs so wellknown as a blebclass show horso and a nroducer of highclass show horses and highclass high acting sellers that comment U unnecessary He has made sll of his oasons at mr stable nlnn In all and served 82 miriu last eaon this Is the very best of proof of glaUton breeding qualities Tho above Is a good picture of llalton Junta he standsno ginger buthlenatural self Will and alllO to Insure a live colt Mares traded or parled with forfeits insurance end makes season money due Grass furnished after May at two dollar j r month Will stand at my place 2 miles west ot lIultonYllQ n the Drad orddvllloplke Ilione In residence W M DODD Tlustonvlllo Ky New Corn Planter W a sisl Ve have just received our Our New Tiger Disc and Runner Corn pia tcr Something new Call and see theta HigginsMKinneySTANFORD BUG PROOF If can not make a cistern bug tight nobody in Lincoln county clue I will use a cast iron cistern platform a galvanized iron pump and a Haselden Patent Filter These three excel lent articles will forever faithfully guard filth frqm your cistern Oall and examine Phone 116 Depot Stre- etS H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky FOR SALEI Residence wild 6 rooms hall and porches cistern servant room coal house ben bouse stable andbnirgy shed with S acres of land on street 34 of a mile front court house just outside of town 1ImlUand within 400 yards of graded school for Information apply to- elROagETAJ Stanford Ry d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fa cy XOfHlhOtI WtJlifttmt a Stanford Kentuckyi dE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWALND SR II a cndilate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject la the action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD U aeanaldatefor Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR- I a candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county sublet tope action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN li candidate for sheds of Lincoln county subject to i tk action of the democratic party t M OWENS KSAMUELr li a candidate for of Uncoln county subject to action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is r candidate for Jailer of Uncoln county wbject to fee action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the leaocratlc party W I HERRIN la a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the tuvxratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to of the demo cratic party MISS KATE BOGLE la a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo cratic party HON D L MOORE- of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the Elrhth district to succeed Hon G subJ- ect to the action of the Democratic party Your support Is earnestly solicited R C WARREN Is a candidate for Judge of the Uncoln county Court to the action of the democratic party subject JAMES D ANDERSON- Is i a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub lect to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county ject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN lu candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party I EMMETT MCORMACK- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party yWA CARSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subJ- ect to the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject the action of the democratic party 1b JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to tie action of the democratic party t IN an exhaustive artloleof eomethlop leas than a page the editor of the Mt Vernon Signal Indulges ID an abuts of Hon William Randolpb Hearil that would do credit to the meaneatturncoat lumper or once democratic republican paper file tirade on the t gentleman who gave 1350000 to the campaign fund when Bryan maJe his last race and wbo now holds a teat In Congress from a New York district nearly 8000 republican Is something y terrific and from It we are lead to be lieve one of two thing that Elltor Al bright it either going crazy or will soon join hands with tbe enemy the republican party Certainly be can eotiupport tbe democratic tlcketlf Mr Hearst li tbe nominee and It Is more than probable that be will be Here are a few excerpts from Mr Albright heavy weight r a e William R Hearst yellow journalist demagogue libertine With a life behind him that ho would be glad to forget bo dreams of the presidency aid would show to tbe world if ho- could a spectacle that would make the very angels weep He Is assuredly not a person who hay done things They have have al ways been done for him His papa gave him his etart In life and he has man t aged to keep what was bill and addla lit atiemore to It In deylou vellow journal c Latin ways He never delivered a speech la his life He never wrote ao edito Vriel for his own papers They were al I ways written fur him by men of brains who were paid big sums to furnish him with a mind He buys the gray matter which God Almighty neglected to fur t Wish him As a newspaper owner be I has simply had sense enough to leave yyto others what be could not do himself As a Congressman he was afraid to get- upt and talk teat he should display his d pitiful Ignorance- EdltorAlbrlghtflnde great pleasure la quoting from a republicanNew York magazine which says of Mr Hearst j Grit is precisely what Mr HearetI most lacks He Is as cowardly aDYI tricky agitator of the masses He t bis master more than a Senate slave fears the trusts He never dares to f call his soul his own Mr Hearst would no more dare to speak the truth f menonare Interested than Mr Rockefeller Ijwould about his religion He Is a hypo- critep through and through a cheap t Tulgar hypocrite who would inflict say Injury upon his country ifIt blew him soy nearer to the center of atten tion Space forbids publication of the col umns of calumny which we are indeed sorry that Bier Albright In a fit of passion has seen fit to heap upon the head of a gentlemen about whom lion William Jennlnga Bryan says I re gard Mr Hearst as one of the men to be considered and at present he has tbe largest following of any person mentioned and be le the only one who heartily supported tbe ticket whose friends seem to be active Truly great men differ We have given what Editor Albright thinks of Mr Hearatiat well as what the belov od Commoner says of him Our read ers can choose between the opinions ol the two distinguished gentlemen EDITOR ALDKIOUT of the Mb Ver non Slgnalthaving gotten Intothe hab it of quoting political news from New York magazines It la now In order for him to give extracts from the Caleb Powers article In MoCluroa It Is floe republican campaign material and be seems to have a hankering to furnish the rndstwltb ai much of that sort of stuff as it is possible IN one Issue Editor Albright con gratulates William Randolph Hearst on his good work for the democratic party and In the next be thinks ho lea cheap vulgar hypocrite doing the party greattdamago What are we to expect next time Consistency Is an unknown term to tbe editor of the Sig oat A COMPARISON of the antiHearst editorial in tbe Mt Vernon Signal with one in tbe Lexington Leader show a remarkable similarity Is Ed itor Albrlghtcontrlbutlng to tbe col flume of than republican organ Cer tainly It has not come to that yet TUE souvenir edition of the Danville News gotten out under the management of the Daughters of the Confeder Boy Is a credit both to the News office and the ladles who superintended tbe work It Is 10 pages eight of which are printed in red A CaHOnMr J B PaxtonI We the undersigned democrats of Waynesburg ipreclnot No1 desiring good and honorable men to all our offi ces anddeslrDg to have men as our candidates In whom tbe people have utmost confidence and men who can carry our banner to victory If nomina ted and bavins that confidence In you Mr J B Paxton we hereby earnestly petition you to make the race for coun ty attorney of Lincoln county hereby pledlng you our hearty support and ask that you announce as a candidate at your earliest convenience W F Cam den J G Warriner L G Goocb F S Goocb T J Gooch J H Caldwell A L Singleton J M Camden C C Goocb R Y Ballard M G Reynolds P S Reynolds H M Reynolds J A Goocb H H Webster S H Goocb R D Padgett M H Gooob E S Sin gleton M Howard C M Howard W R Reynolds W R Singleton J M Reynolds O M Goocb O G Caldwell H H Singleton G T Reynolds J F Reynolds A B Morgan Oz Rey nolds Oscar Reynolds W H Single too C M Bates J T Aker W D D Hayes Peyton RouteD Mid Caldwell M D McKenzie POLITICAL The president nominated Llewellyn Sinclair to be postmaster at George townThe present plan of the leaders in Congress contemplates final adjourn meet April 28 Gov Vardeman of Mlsslsslpl in an interview at St Lout says be consid ers President Roosevelt tbe nations greatest peril Urey Wood lon national committeeman from Kentucky and erstwhile close friend of Bryan has jumped Into tbe Parker bandwagon Secretary Moody has asked Congress to appropriate 110000 to defray the ex lensoD of transportation and burial of ibe victims of the explosion ontho Mil ourl John Sam Owsley Jr exCommon wealth attorney and one of the ablest irlminal lawyers In the State has announced his candidacy for the demo ratlc nomination for county attorney or Lincoln county He will not likely have opposltlonJel8amIDeJourDal Eight democratic committeemen out of 17 In Grant county met and deposed Chairman W G OHara and Secretary Hubbard 3 Needbam Rblnocka supporters say It Is a scheme by the Gooch backers to overthrow the convention call for April 23 and Issue a call for a primaryThe House passed the Philippine bill and took up the consideration of of the General Deficiency bill During the debate Mr Cochran of Missouri made a vigorous attack on former Pres dent Cleveland whose friendship he said means destruction whose touch means paralysis and whoso support means dishonor Serious Stomach Trouble Cured I was troubled with a distress in my stomach sour stomach and vomiting pells and can truthfully say that Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets cur- ed meMrs T V Williams Lalngs burg Mich These tablets are guaran teed to cure every case of stomach trouble of this character For sale by W N Craig k IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John W Kirby Rockcastloo asses sor ladead- Tbe Ptnevllle Coal Co has gone Into the hands of a receiver Hon J N Keboe has announced for reelection to Congress Tbe wife of Undertaker Dawson of Lobanon Junction dead Dr Frederick W Btoltt has accept ed the presidency of Central Unlversl ty The Pococo Coal Co of Wbltloy has been Incorporated with 10000 rapt tal Henry B Yeager formerly of Boyle has been elected mayor of Pike City ArkThe Junction City Stone Co bas creased hi capital stock from 85000 to 110000 Architects who thoroughly examined tbe Gem Opera House at Somerset pronounced It safe The wife of Dr R H Lewis of the Wild Ie section of Rookcaitlo Is dead after a short Illness Loud Broaddus a oungman of Rich mood attempted suicide by drinking laudanum but the doctor saved him Mrs Elizabeth Jeffries Yea iter wife of tbe lato Lee T Yeager died at her home in Montlcello Mo The remains were Interred at Danville The honor of valedictorian of tbe class of 1004 of Somerset high school has been awarded to Maude Girdler and that of salutatorian to Be slo ClothierNegotiations arc on between Henry O Thompson of London tbe Laurel coal magnate and the L N railroad for a site on Blackburn Avenue next to tbe Union stock yardswhere a mam moth coal elevator will be built says the Lexington Democrat In an opinion by Judge Hobson tbe court of appeals holds tbat the law pro viding for the assessment of the share of national banks in the State le valid aDd does not conflict with the national banking act The decision was to tbe case of the Commonwealth against the Citizens National Bank of Boyle coun ty A dissenting opinion was filed by Judges Painter and Nunn H Do IT To nAYTbl timeworn in junction rover put ofrII tomorrow what you can do to day is now generally presented In this Do it today That Is the terse advice wo want to give you about that hacking cough or demon allzlng cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weensi Tab some reliable remedy for it TODAY and let tnat remedy be Dr Boschees German syrup which has been In use for over thirty five years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter bow deepseated your cough even If dread consumption his attacked your lunge German Syrup will surety ef feet a curoas It has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c reg tjlar size 76u At all druggists THORN POINTER This fine Thoroughbred Jack will make the present season of 1901 at my place 1 12 miles from Crab Or chard Ky on Crab Orchard ds Stanford pike He is black with mealy nose and is about 15 hands high and is a No1 good breeder Ho will be permitted fo serve mares at 6 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Loin will be retained on all colts un til season money is paid Mares traded oft or parted with forfeits the insurance and season monty becomes due T M ESTES Crab Orchard Ky Havo our colts cas Crated byT F GROSS Preach ersvllle Ky tho wellknown caMrator of horses and horse doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Try him DIXIE Tho One Shetland posy will make tho present lesion at my placo lIar 1oyton at 93 to Insure a living colt Is about 12 hands high a beautiful potto pony and a perfect Individual R O NUNNKUEV Turnenvillc Ky THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Rocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis Blue Grass Nurseries Spring 1004 Trees by the million Fruit und Ornamental Shrub Grapevines Asparagus Rhubarb Small Frnlu everything for Orchard Lawn and Gurdcn No agents Strawberry and general catalogue on appll cation to ti F HlLLijoiirru ASoi Roth Pnonci 879 Lexington Ky POSTED We whoM names appear below itrlctl forbid hunting fiihtng or any kind of tree patting on our place and will prosecute violator to the full extent of tho law J Z Spoonaroore T H Holmes II F J D Catnenlich Peter Ralmer W II Johnson StepbrnlameH P Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welch R A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A D Root Sate Kojnoldi BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horse on commission Stock Pone In Connection Millinery Opening I Mrs G D Profit has just returned from Louisville with the latest styles at lowest prices at her old stand adjoining Praitl Bros Furniture store where you am invited to see our Carpets Matting Rugs Lace Curtains Shades Furniture of all kinds Doors Windows Claw Paints Screens Mouldings from whichwe make frames to order Lace curtain stretchers Deal in the market PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNEOTION MORELAND KY FOR SALE My farm of S3 acres Croom t H story frame dwelling cittern at door nnerfalllllg spring stable etc nice shade trees yard Land produces hemp corn wheat etc In splendid neighborhood 214 miles from Stanford 7 from Lancaster and 9 from Danville on pike leading from Stan ford to Hobble One adjoining farm sold for f87 per acre and another owner has refused 880 I offer this farm at ISO pet acre possessionMRS DUNN Stanford Ky EAGLE BIRD The mighty ton of the groat King Eagle Bird as aihow italllon has but few equals lie won the 1300 stake at Lexington some of the presto hones that Kentucky has ever produced Eagle Bird ta a tire of good colored hIgh finished bona Is not surpassed Ills colts aro In demand and are idling fur hIgh price either for business or breeding put poses Will make tbe preentieaon at the table of his owner two miles wet of Stan ford on the Shelby at the low price of liD to Insure a living colt Parting with the maro forfeit the Insurance JAS H noon Stanford Ky SEASON 1904 Wood Lawn Stock Farm RED LEAF 4 year old record 222 in Oth heat over J mile track Siro of 3 with records better than 230 Champion show horse of Kentucky and leading sire of highclass road horses and teams 25 to Insure a Living Colt and a Good One at That I claim it is to the best interest of the owners of mares of Mercer and adjoining coun ties to breed 10 Red Leafrat Because he is not tot wile I expect to keep him and breed and handle his produce and it is very natural that I will work for the sale of all his colts at high prices no matter to whom they belong 2nd Because his colts have a reputation and have sold for higher prices undeveloped than those of any stallion in Mercer or adjoining counties 3rd Because his colts have taken more premiums than those of any stallion in Mercer or adjoining counties 4th Because he has a better record as a race hose having won 10 out of 13 races and a better record as a show horse having won 58 out of 63 shows than any stallion in Mercer or adjoining counties sth Because Red Leaf is the only horse sired by a horse with a record of 218 C F Clay who has sired 8 colts with records better than 213 and with a dam La dy Hart that every colt she had took a standard record and was a winner and whose granddam Soprano was the greatest brood mare in the world having ii in the list and whose sire C F Clay sold for 6000 and whose dam sold for 1500 whose dams sire Red Wilkes sold for 30000 for a half interest and who himself Red Leaf sold al 3 years old for tooo and at i old for 1750 and that has himsblf sired 14 colts to sell for over omo as high as 2000 and teams from 81500 to 3000 in Mercer and adjoining counties Cth But three of Red Leafs colts were ever trained for speed and they all took records ylh But one of Red Leafs colts was raced and he started in it or 12 races winning first in one and second in all the oth ers as shown by the Year book andshowed miles in sirs and would have been a sensational horse had he lived 8th Red Leaf has aired more highclass highpriced teams than any stallion in Kentucky in the past two years Qth I can show several otters of over 3000 for a pair I now have None of those sold were five years old and most of them under three years Now I say if you want a trotter Ied Leaf is bred to get them as his tire is one of the worlds greatest sires of extreme speed and bis dam a great producer and she one of the worlds greatest sires of speed Red Wilkes and his the greatest brood mare in the world If you want a show horse he has proven he can get them of the highest a threeyearold mare by him showing through the circuit in regular and sweepstakes and winning Iiout of 36 shows something equaled only by the worlds famous Gipsy Queen If you want a business horse he can get that will sell for the highest dollars and his fillies are suro to be great brood mares If these are not facts why not I also have a good Black Jack to stand at S to insure a living colt R E GODDARD Burgln Ky Larger and Better l Our lino is larger and better this season than over before SVo ore showing tho newest Wool Dress Goods such tuj Molmire Voiles Etnmiuce Homespuns and Serges in thV nowest shades Our lino of Silks arc the best to bo bad Wash Silks 27 incites wide all colors 50 cents per yard 10 inch Taffeta nil colors 80 coots per yard Fine lino of yard wide TofFetaw Peau dc Soir and Chantuuga Ladies Muslin Underwear A largo stack mnde anti trimmed nicely front 10 cents to 1 garmentsrWo arc showing a largo and well selected lino ol Coneta +Wash Goode White Goods Percale Cheviots Towels Notions Meud Furnishings hats Ftc ti OWBIKY BLOCK WATCH OUR ADS GRAND LEADER M B Le y O Co S B Levy House Cleaning Hilts Buy such articles as Furniture Polish Carpet Soap Metal Polishes Gold Paint Amonia for cutting grease and dirt Persian InsoottPowder 11111 JAP ALAC at Pennys Drug Store GO TO It W B McRoberts hFOR LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED Stanford rKy LANDRETHS GARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS BOOKS AND STATIONERY Heaters j Get our prices on Heat ers bfore you buy left from Xmas LamsFew low prices JOHN BRIGHT JR CO u Dr Gussie M PhillipsI OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH STANFORD KYITUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY 9 A M f to 4 P M All chronic diseases treated prod Nervous Diseases n Specialty c R McCormack Dealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville Eggs and Chickens Wanted I produceWill pay cash for thorn rhone 118 ED UUIIIIAKI Stanford LUMBER WANTED I I want to buy staves pokes heading lumber logs etc Will pay highest cash price at Moreland D H 01011011 f DRUGGISTSTANFORD at HOTEL Gynecologyt FOR SALE I 257 acres of land situated In Lincoln coun ty Kyon tho turnpike road leading from Stanford to Huttonvlllc 3 mile from the nelghbotchoodtailing springs and running itreatni on acme and known as the John 8 Murphy term All of said farm in except about 30 acres acres In growing which looks well Timothy and clover All under good fence doslrtnltome or write me before purchasing OKO W CARTER TaraersTlllt Kj I Ir Some Late Arrivals V Yard wide Block Taffeta Silk at 75o and 81 per yard 27 inch and 86 inch White Hobutia Silk at 150 nnd7Cc par yard YON wide Whito Tallctn Silk 125 0Q8 inch nil Silk 1cngco at 8125 teUk Tissue in Light liluo Nile Pink LomOn White and Black at 2fic par Cropo Marguisc in White Black and Light Blue at SOc pot yard Serpentine Cropo in Black Tan Nile Pink Light llltio Lemon and White at Ifio per yard Y Danish Cloth in Black Cream Navy Red Blue Pink and BJOWII I Carson Room THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAKFOBD KY APRIL lU 1C01 nnWE call your attention to our Pro scrlptlon Department Having used all our effort and knowledge toperfectour selves In this department we beg to as sure you that your prescription will be filled corrt ctlv aad lust as your doctor prescribe Penny Drug Store PERSONALS MR J M PETTUS Is quite sick Mn P P NUNNELLEY Is Sick LA Is at home from LoulnllleIMRS Mrs F Reid In DDlIIoICOL W 0 WELCH Is thought to bo somewhat Improved MRS FOREST JOHUBON of Danville Is with Mrs WO Soeid MRS W LOGAN WOOD rod wile of Danville were hero Sunday TILDES the little son of Mr end r Mrs O D CoojMsr has pneumonia l Miss BRUCE WEAKKN of Paducah Is with her cousin Mrs Goo H Far Ill Mits U ROWAN SAOKLEY Is spend Ing the week with her parents In Dan villeMR ALLEN BEAZLEY and wife of Stearns aro with Mr and Mrs W W Hays MRS Li M WBSTEHFIELD of Llv Ington Is the guest ot Mrs M D Kl more CARL nUNN Is very III ofpneumon la lie Is the little sun of Mr and Mrs A Uunn WALLAOE MOWHOHTKU has moved his family from near Ml Vernoo to Grab Orcbard PROP J W DAVIS and Mr O M Hatter of Mlddieborg were callers at this oDlco Saturday MRS MoKERlUFFEaod Mill Mary Carpenter of Hustonvllle were callers at this ofllee Saturday Mil O W MBTCALF of Plnevllle sptctSuoda wUn his brother Mr Thomas hero t LOUISE LYNN little daughter of Mr J 0 Lynn fell a few nights ago sod hurt herself considerably Miss LUCILE COOI EK of the D k 0 faculty Danville spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents beroIMR A C SINK went to Williams burg yesterday to assist In Initiating a number of Into the Macca bee lodge DR BURDETT RAMSEY and wife who have spent the winter In New Orleans were guests of their daughter Mr t John Bright Jr Miss GERTRUDK DAVIDSON of Klngsvllle orders her paper changed to Danville to which place she and her I family have moved Miss KATIE WARREN has accepted a position as typesetter on the Casey News She go to Liberty weekt who has been r with his wife and children here for some time left for Fort Worth Texas Saturday where be Is engaged In the j real estate business Mil HOWARD D COLEMAN has our thank for an Invitation to a reception to be given at Mlllersburg Military Institute on the 22nd Mr Coleman will graduate from that Institution this I year rteLOCALS t IT Is believed that fruit Is killed BLACKSMITH and woodwork shop for rent Best stand In town Apply to J A Allen FOR wedding presents see W H Muellers line of solid silver and fine out glass YOU cannot afford to miss The Dreamy Romance at Walton Opera I House Friday night 22od FOR SALERogbar of all kinds Fence posts chestnut oak and poplar shingles H J MoRoberts NEW and stylish things at the Sa tray Studios Stanford and Danville A reliable guarantee to please with every orderGIDEON agd6was declared Insane In Judge Baileys court Saturday and James H Alcorn jook him to Lakeland Asylum He lived on Green riverREFs1NISCENCKS0F LOGANS FORT Mrs M C8aufley of this place c- ondsan Interesting article to the ealtlon of the Danville News The subject Reminiscences of Lo gans Fort Is of particular Interest to Stanford people and we will reproduce the article at a snore onye teat time r t r f SEVERA1fCE PLANTS of all kind for sale Ed Uubburd Stanford COME and tea tnu beautiful girl at WultonVi Opera flouts Friday night MY stock of clock solid silver good ota U select and largo and price low W U Mueller GO and the+ Tbo Reverie of a Bachelor at tons Opera Qoute Friday night alI I WANT to exchange goods for 500I four Inch locust pom 7l feet long for split end ISo for round ones Q J Molloberts Don WIUTLKVS house near the depot caught tire yesterday buttbellames were extinguished before much dam age was done STORE ROOM Foil KENT The store room ID the iNTEIUOlt JOURNAL buildI Inll occupied by O Roaensiclo d Co Is for root Apply at this ofllco or write to W P Walton Lnxiogton J Q PEITLES of toe Gilberts Creek section attended the burial of 11IGreen Lawrence at Lebanon Wednesday Ho was the father of Mr WII ham Lawrence who died In this coun ty umot eight roooths ago and was 91 years old HEOINNINO April 20 No 20 the morolatr Northbound ponger will pa s Stanford at about 430 Instead of 280 A now vobedule will go Into of foot May 1 The change Is tnadoon ao count of the Southern Rotting to Jelllco two hours later than formerly CKAH OnoiiAitD FAIRAmeeting of stockholders and directors of the Crab Orchard Fair it Racing Association wa held Saturday and It was decided to bold a three days fair beginning July 20 Mr U El Bronaugh was elect ed president and Mr W D Wollln secretary Good selections both of them YOUNG GKANDMOTUEK Tbo wlfeof Jack Turpln colored who died lorao years ago was probably the yonngest grandmother In the State When she wasjust29 her daugbtorbecame a moth er She lived on the farm of Mrs J Q Tucker near Maywood end a number of white people remember the child grandmother GRANITE Mr James Q Boone the energetic liveryman showed us the other day a handsome piece of granite he loud on a Lincoln county farm He tells us that the granite Is there In abundance He took an option on the farm and after looking a little further into the matter he will get out a lot of the valuable stone FOR SAM John Sam Owsley Jr ex Commonwealths Attorney and one of the ablest criminal lawyers In the State has announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for county attorney of Lincoln county He will not likely have opposition We are for Sam for any office he may seek from county attorney up to governor of Ken tucky Advocate CLEVER Indeed was toe entertain meet given by the Second and Third Grades of the Stanford Graded School Friday evening The 60odd little performers all did splendidly and much credit le duo them as well as to their teachers Mrs Henry D Phillips and Miss Annie McKlnney The crowd present was the largest yet The re ceipts amounted to 12270 at the low price of admission of 5 and lOo PROGRAM Friday evening April 22nd A Dreamy Romance Cousin Faithful A comedy drama by Jules Llppman Cousin Faithful a woman of selfsaorifcoJennie Lynn Marga ret Merideth her niece Susan Van Aardale Col LeRoy Falconer an army officer of the West Thomas J Hill Mary the maid The Reveries of a Bachelor Bachelor George Menefee Queen o WealthJoanle Huffman Arsdale Ball Rooms Prldo Anna Cook Nun Kittle Gooch Horse Wo mau Jennie Pence Coquette Myrtle Abrams Golf Girl Stella McClary College Girl Susan Van Arsdale Bride Tevls Carpenter Music furnished by Misses Lynn Walton and wal1Ion 351aadRoberts drug IloreI 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 TWO STORES erbachelor Two fresh milk cows for sale G A Swlnebroiid Uedgevllle DONT fall to see Arabian Knights or Prince of Liars at Waltons Opera House MayS Baugbmaei of Mrs Emma Calmeso WHILE a receptions was being held In the chapel of Central University In honor of Dr Hlnett some of the stu dents turned loose a pig which created great consternation In the building ATTENTION SIRKNIoiirsMonthly beloreIwill receive and receipt for all dues during the absence of the record keeper By order of the tent moo M Stone comm iader A 0 Slop R K A LEXINGTON patch the Cou rier Journal says Dr Alexander De blue of Stanford Ky to night swore out a warrant against Tom Armstrong and Q W Child charging them witu stealing isle overcoat and grip at too Southern depot The men wore ar rested at the depot with the articles In their possession but stated they were looking for the owner to return them to him Who Iv Dr Deblue SATURDAY APRIL 30Wllkel H Morgan of Lawrenoeburgcbalrman of the Eighth Congressional district com mittee has issued a call for a meeting of that committee at the courthouse In Lawrencebjrg April 30 at 2 oclock The purppio of this meeting Is to de termine the time and manner ot select tog the democratic nominee for Coo gross It Is generally understood tha a primary will be held says a dispatch from there OIL NEWS Tho from Wayne are gradually Increasing and the Stu benvllle territory rapidly coming to the front The runs last week from this division alone were over 4000 bar rels the Cooper division now occupy loll second place ID the matter of pro duction The Standard has been com polled to Increase its pipe facilities to some extent In order to properly has die the Wayno county production Deep drilling Is also being tried there with successful results several old producers having shown up favorably during the pail few weeks after being drilled deeper TUB Central KentuckyReal Estate Exchange d Title Co has options In almost every county In the State consisting of town property farming lands mills stocks of goods etc also several options on good property out of the Stato chief of which Is 150000 acres of cotton land In Mississippi An Invest moot In lands In Mississippi Is sure t realize you enormous profits Call a t our office and examine the list of our property that does not appear ID this Issue We are In touch with Louis vlllo St Louis and Virginia real en late firms and property placed In our hands to sell will also be advertised b these firms MATRIMONIAL Walter Hlllard sad Miss Linda M Yeast prominent young people ot Cor nlehvllle Mercer county were married by Dr M Oaoo Buckner William Lawson and Mary P Law son a young couple from Valley View r were married at Lexington groom was without an overcoat an the bride wore neither coat nor hat and from this It was judged they wero a runaway couple After a married life of almost 25 year Mri Wm Cheatbam of Louis yllle filed a petition for a legal sops ration from Dr Wm Chcatbam the prominent car cad throat specialist The divorce asked li s bo only from bed and board which will mean a separation giving neither party the right to remarry CHURCH MATTERS Dowle says that half of the United States Senators are worse than Preen dent Smith of the Mormon church Tho Evening Lights church at Blackburn Pike county Ind WM dynamited woreIlIblPerRev George Gowen of the Louisville caster Christian church Congressman Lacey of Iowa sat for a while and listened while some cu leagues from various sections of the country told of One farming lands or near their their homes Finally be bean to praise the fertility of the Hawkoye State Why gentlemen he said there never was such a fertile soil anywhere eUe on earth It Is si rich that the girls will not walk over the newly plowed ground They know It will make their feet 111011 Representative Pleroe of the House Committee on Appropriations says lh regular appropriations of the first lei sion of the 68tb Congress will be In the neighborhood of 1700000000 Constable Wm Seldeo was killed while attempting to arrest a drunk man In Christian county Jackson women are organizing to tight whisky and got It out of their townG A Swlnebroad sold toJ W Luni ford a milk cow for 140 Prisoners made an attempt to burn tbo jail ai Carlisle Danville has a case of smallpox EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my lire I fee confident In saying I mprescnt one of the best tailoring firms in the country With my experience in taking measures and dlrectons I give your clothes are bound to be satiRfactory as my mans patrons In this line will bear ma out My pricns are the same as Inex men who aroma the bueiuetw I alto have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suitings I will cut and make if youdcsiro at a moderate price Thank you put favors I am yours II C RUPLEY the Tailor Dr M A HELM Dentist Will bo at J K Helms residence at More totdo of prices Satisfaction guaranteed A S PRICK Snrgeon Dentist Stimforci Ky V fdeovvYc3obsttrDraa Store In Ibs Ovilsj Baud- ineProduce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the best market price for Poultry Eggs Feathers Hide Far Iron Brass Sic Call at NOUTHCOTT 00 Stanford Ky Strawberry Plants For Sale I have a nice lot of the following varieties of trawberry for sale Jessie Oau dy dumple Clyde Ilaverland New York Olen Mary Rubach Cumberland Tennea see Prolific Kansas Parker Earl They are SOa per 100 oral per 1000 of any one kind J L JOHNSON Klngsvllle Ky GILT EDGE JR stalliono has proven himself a breeder of brst class saddle horses He was sired by Gilt Edge he by On rime First dam by Decays Dren non and dam by Gastonia Telegraph bet ter known as the Ballard horse Gilt Edge Jr will make the seison of at stable one mile from Preah Stanfordppike at 16 to insure a D M ANDERSON Preaehersvlile Ky INABOTH JR INaboth is a beautiful dark bay with heavy mane and tall with good bone plenty of stylo and finish and has eitreme high action and If worked would step as fast as old Na both his sire He Is over hands high 1123 and only 5 yean old 2nd dam by Grit Davis 3rd dam Thorough bred Naboth will make the season of 1804 at per stable In Stanford at the low price of f to Insure a living colt Money duo when colt Is foaled or mare parted with Mares traded or removed from this county forfeits the Insurance and the money Is duo Naboth Is considered by the best horse men to be the best hone to Kentucky to breed to for highclass harness horses See him before you breed J It BEALKY Stanford Black Prince Illack Prince was sired by Emperor 37i dam Imp Jens June Black 1rloco was bred by Shelby Tnblls 1511 hands high black with white points and Is a good Indi vidual In every rcsp- octColonel Bright bydby Ballard Jack Colonel rl ht was bred byT D Bright of Boyle Ho Is IS 11 hands high black with white points and one of the best Individuals the country These jacks will make the present season at the J F farm miles EIa Stan ford at Is to Insure a living cult Money duo whoa colt Is foaled or when mare Is tra lied or bred to other stock J U KERB Summer Underwear Ladies Sleeve Vests at 25 and SOc Knee Pants Luce Trimmed at same price Sleeveless Vests nt 7 10 1525 and 50c Childrens Sleovo Vests and Knee Pants at 15 to 35c If you are too busy to sow buy our Headymade MuglirtUndcnvcar at lOc to 82 per garment SON RovOowen wellknownd Leader Room I The Buster BoyI Here he isthe King of Hearts for 1901 The ot and his trousers come together first and best In one of these PERFECTION Buster Suite Select materials accurate cut natty style all com blue to make this clothing thats built tint choice of little men and mothers too Just bring the boy wound let us show you whats the latest cutest thing In tots tog- geryCummins 8 McClary 0 CRITERION On a coat means a great deal to the wearer Its the shoulders of a coat the close fit ting collar the perfectly built shaperetaining front that makes the wearer Look and Feel Well Dressed If you will wear a Criterion suit you will be satisfied What more do you l Prices 750 to 1760 H J MROBERTS Stanford Ky TRY ONE OF THESE i I Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For a Clean and Easy Shave you cant afford not to use a CLAUSS RAZOR GEORGE H FARRIS a Stanford Kentucky IF You WANT RUBBER TIRESGET MY PRICES THEY ARE TIm LOWEST ANJI MY Tums AUK THE FINEST MADE Expert Mechanics to ISaslsfnction two J ROHANS want LANCASTER KY 1HEJNTKH10RJOUHN tntered n the pat oQtee at Stanford ii I andcia44 mtltrr bl7ahedTwdnY j1 an0FsSttRe a PER YEAR CASH a ffhia not isptWaaOO will beeaarro I 0 IiKNOXVILLE DIVISION 1 I J4 Train going northft IMpm 230sm ltislplion m BOB QUIS 66749 fAJOO I will stand tho above Jersey bull In advance at my Return privilegeworks mated 0 CAMENlSOn Stanford Ky 1Jr eJ H BOONE t CO if Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE KvStanford J Good Llrerj SeVvlce at Reasonable Rates J Also Dealer Ineau on us on Depot Street I Ooal Portable Engine and Saw Mill I For Sale fwmsell privately Will also sell a 1S power engine boiler AU In good repair sell at a bargain to close up t business Will take part pay In lumber POWHI BwBtsEr Stanford Ky f DarH TrailerDUUCR IN JWhlskll Brandy Etc Wines Beer Ky1IJ EIsC RUPLEYI Tailortj STANFORD KY C rods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agonts k Stanford Kentucky All persona wl hlnr to buy or sell farms will do well to see us a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you to sell Livery it In our hands Office at Boones Stable Stanford Ky I RB Matron Insurance flgent Solicits a share of the patronage- of tho property owners In counties of Ie1locotn and tJasey who may be seeking In- 8uraoclugainst Kire Lightning None but the atroo elt and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low wt poreible rates are guaranteed Phone b2 Stanford Kentucky HEALTH keephoneDno ht We hoe used It in tho thebeltlengthofperaonwIlIaodonvllle 111 Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels and invigor ates the torpid liver weak ened kidneys DocToRiis necessary in the home where iskeptcountry miles from any phyii healthforyearsThedfords Black Draught cures dyspepeiacoldechillsandfever diarrhea constipation colic ailmentbecauseliver and so nearly con trol the hea- lthTHEDFORD5 I LAitD- RAUGHT J t n u s w Men jWho Can Sell Grain or Tobacco Can Sell Life Insuranceand MAKE MORE MONEY IOlllv tho few buy farm product while uveryone Is a possible customer for life In turanco It will cost you nothing to find out our plan for selllngour new formsot Investment Insurance you can find out by writing whether will pay you to try It A course of professional Instruction given free The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Richard A McOurdy President hu pall nolcy holders over 839 MILLION DOLLARS Address BISCOE HINDMAN Manager u S Trust nidg Louisville Ky PARKERS- HAIR BALSAM betaIN Tr ratle to Hector Ora CoterWraatsnd1Lt nn R A JONES DENTISTStanford Kyf Offlcx over Higgins dc McKlnnoys Ston Telephoae liP 81 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 Joe when services are rendered and must M paid promptly GET YOUR BUGGY PAINTED I Ih to announco to the people of Stan ford and vicinity that I have opened a carr- Iage and sign paint shop over Withers Fur niture store In connection with Carson Pence buggy establishment where I will be pleased to give estimates on carriage and sign painting Satisfaction guaranteed Yours for business- A OOODRIOH Stanford Ky E D Peytont DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J La Beazley FS Co Undertakers and- Embalmers IXIODBAMUIIlt trurnlturelIatUnpRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a can Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY J+ c+ MCCbMY UNDE 1 AItEB E3IBALMER And Oealonrl- nSAENS3S SADDLEBY 0 ttlaulorcl Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Qnstonvllle Ky elegantlyP 0 Agency for first cJllS8 Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed solicited e L Old Bridal Superstitions Married In white You have chosen all right Married In gray You will BO far away Married to black You will with yourself back Married In red Youd better be dead Married In green Ashamed to be seen Married In blue Youll always be true Married In pearl Youll live In a whirl Married In yellow Ashamed of the fellow Married In brown Youll live out of town Married In pink Your iplrlts will blnk It a bride be very thoughtful and Also superstitious the carries a rabbits foot somewhere about her when mar sled May used to be regarded at a deeper ately unlucky month for weddings but as It cornea at the lovlteil season of the year custom and convenience have ban shed superstition and now the evil ban la aid to be removed In the selection of a day It Ii later eitlnr to remember the old rhyme which says Monday for health Tuesday for wealth Wednesday the best day of all Thursday for crosses Friday for losses Saturday no luck at all It Ii considered unlucky to change the date of n wedding after It once has been determined upon and for that reason many ceremonies arc performed under adverse circumstances tooner than suffer an alteration of the plans It Is also laid that no maiden who ever desires to be wed ever should alt upon a table as this unconventional resting place will prove a bar to maul many Through Sleeper from Lexington to St Louis via Chesapeake Ohio n1lI way Beginning May 2Sih the Cnesa peake S Oblo Railway will Inaugurate a through sleeping car line to St Louis via Louisville and the Southern Rail way to leave Lexington dally at620 P M and reach Si Louis at 730 A M Returning this sleeper will leave St Louis at 1010 1 M and will reaob Lex Ington on C L 0 train No 2eat 1110 A M the next morning I am the author of my own ruin Alter writing these words Ira W Smith a cigarette fiend drank carbolic acid at Columbus O Big Show Will Open On Time INo apprehension of Incompleteness need be entertained concerning the opening day of tho Louisiana Purchase exposition according to Director of Kx hlblts F J Skill At this time wo are far ahead of any exposition ever held said Mr Skiff There aro now 20000 workmen employed upon the grounds and work Is progressing In such a way that wo need not entertain the least thought of apprehension concerning the success of the opening day Neither President Francis nor any of the department chiefs fool anxious on the matter It the individual exhibitors do not got their places Into shape by the ood of next week the opposition management will thou take matters Into their own hands and do It for thorn Of course there are some of the foreign exhibits that are not yet com plated but everything olio will be In such a state of completeness that this will not be noticed Without wishing to make any sanguine assertion I can safely say that oven the roads will be In One order on the opening day The recent rains have done considerable damage to the roads but that will all have been repaired To Tho Voters of tho Firth 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 cases which kayo become a part nf the States history and at a most critical time As 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 ai to construe the present constitution whenever a controvert arose as to Its proper con struction Almost Innumerable cases bare burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of tranchlse under the law Dow well I have discharged my duties under such trying ctroumitaoqes Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist mo to secure the high position and oftlee to which I aspire Very respectfully JAM S K CAtTRILL One hundred and sixty Indictment were returned by the grand jury at the recent term of the Knoll circuit court Fifty of them were against persons for ihr unlawful sale of whisky a 1 a result of Judge Klrkf Ironclad Instructions fthe grand jury ECLIPSE SHOES S3 5O a S4 PER PAIR J For style and durability nono excel them We have lust received our Spring Line In the dlfierent loathers Patent Colt Skin Viol Kangaroo and Box Calf gory pair guaranteed to give satisfaction Call In and tee tho line before purchasing your Spring Shoes W E Perkins Crab Orchard ICy The lost resting place of your departed ones by tIle erection Qfn suitable MONUMENTLet exclusive anti nrtistio DESIGN the bolt material and of i or feet voikmanehip We carry the LARGEST stock of JlouuinonU Markers anti Tablets of Slnrblo and Granite Central Kentucky Lettering done by PNEUMATIC TOOLS NONE B1STTEK NONE CHEAPER WM ADA MS SON Lexington Ky WHATS Your Idea about PaintJ LOW PRICE Is LOW QUALITY- Paint lias good as THE SHERWINrWlLLIAMS 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 t made contains poor material or is short measure You get what you pay for every time if you use SW P r t BYIW N CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky f DiGNITY + DARENo 1982 Vol 5 A S H R Combined Stallion Mahogany bay black point white only on left bled foot eight years old IS 3U hands high weight liOO pounds strong net bone heavy mane end tall back with long cranty urwrlag neck well let In high mounted ihouldur aiaddle horte head and ear on him a model under halter wonderful style In harness a bow horse sure When oneItyear old wore all honors la his clatt wherever shown alto the blue tie In sweepstake n oeM rlne at same age When a throvear 0111 he was ihown II times and wore 13 blue stringy hl1l never been defeated In fancy harness rlngs has always been the victor InIUlllon take rings at a breeder when shown with three or more of hlBlfet for aft style and general conformation and for all purpo M Itn is a saddle horse with live dll tlnet gaits fast line acting raeker good In two walks and a nice lop r very positive In his trot uudcr saddle and In htrnnu Kreat all around action an ti required for an upo date sire of high priced ale horse for caddie or harness lie I a sure enough harness butlittlewonderful ncrvcand speed enough to get trotters for track ute or eenUf lens roadiUn large handiume stylist hurry and strong enough to ct earrtaK hone with a kindly dltpodlllon for nil purptiMota family hone lie U the hone to dre tbeIturret colt The most proBUbli hone hones for the tarter aud small breeder to pro duce la the horse which serve the widest range of parpse e well eolll are show colts of voungetrunout II be Ragle be King William 8T he by Wa Iteomarlc fll e Lp Oalsw Ifnbtuk 61 he by racehorse IKmmark P L be by Imported Hrdnfortl nlgnltye ant dam Liz +lemont by Wetelimont Vo a6r A T II n he by tyllllan Webb 311 he Urad ka- ltambtetonlan 1ODlgnlty second dam by Aldallah MIIenJer ard dam by 01W t er tBfInt flh dam ThonjtbbrlI Wek hmooIII dam Pauline by Almont Forest l4M TntMS Dignity Daro will make the teMin of IWI at my table inlluttonvllle icyatIN to wore a living colt when foaled Mares traded or rye forfeit laturaan and mosey olllMilue and nest be ptlil attlme at suet trana tl ia Mara grated at tl N- jNr Month and bills to be before reraoval nf mire Drain fret If de lrfd at reasonable rates HarMlnlruitvd will reoave my peroeel aitevllon bill will not be repsnsi Me for aroldrnl or escape Phone la rl4iao call ll loavlllr llPANTECARLO 226 12Made over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anteo a 6J that soW frfjoooo at public tale tt Jam Mary Ann by hailstorm HIJ sun of MambrfDO eWIRlofresponsiblefor y respenslblaforthe blood of both Anitcaito is a slid brown horse 15 t hansls high weioRirfag sijrpounds fine stvie and action One of the hot potted uses on ttmiwg wrttejt et as follows In regard to the tallin IeutlJI yu IWlIhlI f H ImOoy I will uy I worked him about o net m HI touollr him mr of the guest titers I Mer drove or is o ar w nl1 m a fnt at I tn ww I hve een MSB trot a aIW ltKtIthatany kind O McAuimK lie will ma o ih presenteae II at my barn m n vl trod of Stanford at lie I t Inaurea living v it Will atsJltan1 a g1 1I ii r to m irr a Um ill Jle mire add sea Ibt- IJackandUrII 1 r Ih I DOCK CRAY IShetland Pony years otdil inches tall wned l v lush Reid loilef will make the season at Ito to insure a living It six k is by an imported pony that cost 11 000 in the Shetland Island and is regarded by horwmin ai the best pony in Kentucky defeating all comers in show ring in lgol Lien retained on all colts until season is paid Mares parted with forfeits insurance and money becomes due E H BE7tZL CY V CO First National BankStanford Ky CapItal Stock 50000j Thlslnstltutlim was originally established u the Deposit flank of Stanford In tBJS then reorganized at the National Hank of Stanford In 1804 and again reorganized as the Plr t National llailc of Stanford In 1881 having had practically ab unloter rupted existence for 43 pears It is better uppIfed now wIth facilities for trIICInpoutlnet promptly and well then over before In its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Directors J B Paxton J B Owilty SIn Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Garter seerstoThe Farmers Dank 4 Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutnMlybeooflcla Officers J 8 HOOKER Preset- S T lUnnis V Pres J J ItcROnRRTS Ohf W II WRAKKNAMtOhr DirectorsI F Reid Danville 8 T Harrli Stanford J 8 Hooker Stanford K L Tanner lcf U Klmore Stanford S llaughman Stanford T P HIM Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble J II llauffhuian Stanford J fettut Stanford Ed Darter Stanford t rIOfficers U IlANlC9t Preildent J B WILEY 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