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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALL f IIIVOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 22 1904 8 A M tvn1G LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Farmers say rata li badly needed F F Safidldgo has sold to Q A D Marksbury blibomp at 4 02i R L Oubblo sold to Jamie Button Go acres of the llarlan farm ID Boyla at 150 Richard Hester and Owsley Dunn have bought tbo Charles Dunn farm of 82 acres at 115 C E Colver told bis stallion Jesse Cobb to Mr Plw of Loodoo for 1100 Richmond Cll- mlXIRe Dockor sold to I S Terli a 10mooths old Jack by S T Harris Billy Keeoo for 1200 30iNebraska horses at tbo POOl f here Saturday April 30 See them s J M Robert tho clever Pulaikl county dock moo will bo at Lancaster Monday with 50 or 00 young stock cat tie Ppii SALE One twoyear old and several ettra high grade Polled Angus JJJ earl lIir bulls J H and SD Baugh r man 3t + Lutes te Co sold to a Jciiamlne county party 200 ewes and lamb at H25 to L5 for the owns with the lambs thrown In- S T harris bought a sorrel gelding forll30altbo Fox Jc Logan tale at it Danville C T Bohon bought a bay t gelding for 1100 Woods Cowan sit McCormack want 100000 pounds of wool They will pay thcrbUheit market price at Stanford and UuitODTlllo Guy Buodlcr lithe owner of a pony which was foaled about two weeks ago at his place which li but 18 inches high and welehi 40 pounds Advocate John S Baughman of Danville ad verities this Issue bli great trotting italllon and lire Gambruno 7312 Ha t awed the people at Danville how be oould trot Read his pedigree and see l how richly he li bred PO Attention I called to the advertise raantofJ K Baugbmana Hummer Jr hapsburg and jack They will stand at 110 to Insure a living oolt TUey are good ones Read their pods green and see for yourself RIGHT HERE IN STANFORD i Penny guarantees to refund money if Hyomol falls to cure tho worst case of catarrh s It la no uncommon thing to see a med loloe advertised as a gusrantccd cure hut tnvmtlgallon usually shows that the guarantee li raad by some unknown firm hundreds of miles away The guarantee though that cornea with Hyoracl li entirely different It li mule by Mr Penny one of the mot reliable drug firms in this section He ad vertliHthat If llyomel does not cure the wont case of catarrh be will return the money without any question orargument Ko business house In Stanford has a better reputation for square dealing than Mr 1eriny and when be guarantees that bo will refund the money if Hyomei fails isto cure catarrh no ono has any question as to the agreement being lived up to both la the spirit and letter llyorael is very easy and pleasant to use Juat breathe It through the little Ins baler that comes with eve y outfit every breath will bring recovery BO much the nearer It kills all the germs of catarrhal trooblea in the air piissge of the head throat and lungs soothed and heals the Irritated mucous membrane and is the only natural cure for catarrh The complete outfit costs but one dol 1srandextraboitlaof llyomei cia be obtained for 60 cent Do not let a alight catarrhal trouble develop into one Iba may be serious and chronic Use Hyomei at once remembering that you run no risk wherever when you try Hyo niei on Mr Pennys offer of No monoy no pay r PR EACH US VILLE ITho fruit crop will be light thIs sea ton Peachct and plums are damaged most Mrs Elizabeth Barker of Crab Or o chard has been visiting friends and relatives bore Master Wllllo Jordan tho little sox ton of tbitlcthodlst church lost tho church keys Sunday and after looking everywhere ho found them In his coat pocket Mr Ben Robinson of Garrard was hero engaging lambs and cattle A J t Thompson has been In Mt Vernon on business A C Sine ot Stanford was hero a few days since on business The Preacbersvlllo Literary and Do bating Society met Thursday night for the fleet time The subject of debate was Resolved that Married Life Is More Enjoyable than Single Blessed pees The Judges decided In favor of the negative side A relentless war of extermination li bola waged on foxes by the farmer of thls locality FrOl all repOrts not lest than eight hive been killed one man killing two at a elBtfle shot This will HIM for the woment folks tad lew fox hunttag t r r t WvR HEARST John R MoLean proprietor of the Cincinnati Eoqulrer wbo has himself often been mentioned as a possible candidate for the presidency on the dem ocratic ticket pays the following graceful compliment to William R Hearst relative to the latters avail ability as a presidential candidate Mr Hearst Is unquestionably man of mark and many sober minded men write him In their book ol estimation as a man of destiny Nu one of his Olrl has bad a more peIrlodvale affair he la so far above petty per social assaults that there need be no dwelling on that polar He Ik of the stuff that honest people make heroes of Starting In business life with a bacd omo Inheritance ho has not boon a drone or drawback In society With every temptation to a life of ease and uselessnei he has not been a slug gard but bas multiplied his holdings In enterprises requiring ability and courage of a high order to Insure their success And every dollar that Wm R Hearst has addei to his fortune has helped other people In thousand ways He has been a most liberal and ex tensive employer of Intellect and labor Ho has bad the mental grasp the breadth of character and gqntlenees of heart to see that the road to the most honorable success was In1 taking first class risk In the business world No honest or responsible person can bo grudge him has splendid results No body has been ground down for his ma teilal promotion Ho has lifted moo up with himself and has put no one bo lowPersonally he has been a prince of good fellows generous with his money and charmingly companionable but has never allowed himself to think of throwing away the wealth that other people earned Ha has been on strong biblical ground while bo has been add log to bis store He has been a mot happy medium between a spendthrift and a miter which Is to say that be has never been either Ho has simply been a broad and liberal American willing that others should ride with him on the wave that leads to fortune He la a high born gentleman In the better and truly American senseof that phrase with antecedents indelibly ass sociated with the moral and material development his country He has been a worthy son without being a crank a prude or an Impracticable moralist No mans right to bo a candidate for president of the United States Is better than that of William R Hearst It would bo silly to talk of his lack of dines In the face of tbo following be has Men do not reach the position be now occupies without having proved qua de and equipment of a high or der Success In lito like his li not an accident especially since probity ooxt to Inborn ability has been a chief Ins itrument In his progress It CHURCH RATTERS Eld J Q Livingston will preach at Gum Sulphur Saturday night Rev LO Spencer of Louisville will preach at the Presbyterian church SundayRev W L Nourso of Hopklnsvllle was elected moderator of the Muhleo berg Presbytery In session at Owens boroDr William Sbelton will preach at the Baptist church at 11 A M Sunday Tbo pastor Rev O M Huey Is doing missionary work In Perry county Nothing Equal to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrho ea Remedy for bowel complaints in children We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our family for years says Mrs J B Cooke of Nederlande Texss We havo given It to all our children slave used other medicines for the same purpose but nev er found any thing to equal Chamberlain If you will use it as directed it will always euro For sale by W N Craig Tbo Montlcollo Courier says that a mob of dligulied men pvorpowercd jail- or T H Lair and took from the jail a man by the name of Stevens charged with tho Miller burning near Cooper After Investigating Daniel Stevens ho was returned to jail H Uiupposedthe mob became satisfied of his Innocence sq Circuit Judge Benton has declared the will of Gen Casslua M Clay void Were the old lion of Whitehall alive there Isnt a living man who would have found his will deficient at least bo vrouldn t bo living long Glasgow Times S S II have used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets with moat satisfactory results says Mrs FL Phelps Houston Texas For Indigestion biliousness and constipation these tablets are most excel lent Sold by W N Oral NEWS NOTES Six inches of srTell at Owensboro WodoodayIJohn Oliver who carried 1100000 life Insurance dropped dead In Atlan ta Dock Dale a prominent Arkansas merchant was foully murdered by Ne JrroelIIt Is stated that tbo Klondike will produce at least 110000000 of gold this population of Vladivostok Is Jn want 01 the most necessary kinds of provisions The toss by the are at Toronto li es Limited t9 be 10000000 Over 250 firms were put out of business Frank W Sanger general manager of the Madison Square Garden Com pany New York dead The death of J C McGee of Mar shall county was followed In a few dayi by that of bis widow Tennessee cotton acreage this year Is expected to bo greater than ever boo fore The high prlco of the staple U the cause Former Commonwealths Attorney John L Iiaacs of Manchester was rob bed of 1300 In the tenderloin district of FrankfortHenry was fined SID and placed under bond of 1500 for cutting to pieces a dog belonging to Mrs Ella Loving In Louisville Peier Neldermeyer ooe of the Chi cago car barn murderers attempted suicide by eating the heads of matches and opening an artery with a lead pen oil Hugh Mulhollsnd formerly postmas tor at Paduoab was sentenced to 29 days In jail at Brooklyn NY having pleaded guilty to disposing ofl2li worth of stolen trading stamps In his answer to a divorce Bull filed by his wife former Gov Robert L Taylor of Tennessee denies the charg es of abandonment and refusal to pro vide for or live with his wife The answer was filed teoretly and tbo papers were withdrawn The ex outlvo committee of the As soclatlon of Kentucky Distiller will seek to prevent the rectlQers and blend ere from exhibiting their goods at the Worlds Fair as pure Kentucky whis kies and will carry the matter to the courts If necessary Viceroy Alexlen Is reported to have sent a telegram to St Petersburg asks ing to be relieved of his position Admiral Skyrdloff Is said to be his bitter enemy and for some time past Aloud has been practically ignored by the Czar end tbo authorities at St Peters burgThomas Cockrlll tboonly surviving member of the Cockrlll faction lo the recent famous HarglsCockrlll feud In Breatbllt county has shaken the dust of Jackson and the mountelos from his feet forever and will In the future apply himself to railroading In the eerv Ice of the Queen and Crescent road Do IT DAYS The timeworn In junction sever put off til tomorrow what you can do to day Is now gener ally presented in this Do it today That la the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demcr silting cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps wears Take some reliable remedy for it TODAY and let tnat remedy be Dr Boachees 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 how deepseated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungr German Syrup will surely ef foot a curoas It has dono before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c reg ular size 76o At all druggists Brigham B Roberts who was a wit ness In tbo Smoot case declined to give the character ot the oath a Mor moo official has to take to have the support ot the church for political of fice Roberts admitted bo once failed of election to Congress because the church failed to recognize his candidacy He said be was still living with three wives and considered himself morally bound to do so Ho kept his third marriage a secret from his other wives A Great Sensation There was a big sensation in Leesvlllo placefvhoid by Dr Kings New Discovery for Con tumption He writes I endured Insuf stable agonies from asthma but your jjfow Discovery gavo me Immediate relief rind soon thereafter effected a complete cure Similar euros of consumption pneumonia bronchitis and grip are nu merous It Is the peerless remedy for all jhroat and lung troubles Price 60c and Guaranteed by U L Penny dJuj gist Trial bottles free I Read our horse advertisements We have a Rood display of sires to select from LANCASTERi Tbo manager of the Lancaster Ath lellc State Tournament will have the list of contests and prizes to be offered ready for the next publication of the iNTisitiort JOUKNAL The last gentle man to contribute was Congressman Gilbert Tbo Lancaster Athletic Association will play Its next tame of ball Friday 22 at Athletic Park agalnetthoD cVD team Lancaster has a strong team to oppose the visitors and a fast game li expected Game will be called at oclock Admission 25c The young men of the Eucbro Club gave an elegant card par Wednesday evening at the New Mason Hotel A number of visitors were preseotand en jnved the courtesy of these young men An elegant luncheon was served and the evening was greatly enjoyed The last shipment to the World Fair from Garrard county was made by John M Farra Wednesday It con tamed many articles of Interest among them being a beautiful picture ot the graded school which the pupils were especially delighted to see while on ex hlblllon at McRoberts drug store The manager of the Lancaster Ath leilo Association Is Irving to form a bate ban team that will be strong enough to play any amateur team In the State He proposes to pick nine of the star players from Lancaster Stanford Husionvllle and Danville and In this way they will be able to play fast ball If the base ball fans wish to see good ball garnet let them encourage this movement Mr Wm Collier of Louisville Is the guesiof his sisters Mesdames R L Elkin and Joseph E Robinson Mrs John Will Poor goes to New York to daylo visit her brother Mr John Letcher W B Burton has returned from a business trip to Lexington Miss Louise Farris entertained the members of the IT F H Club Friday evening During the evening delicious refresh ments were served and all enjoyed the hospitality of this charming hostess Mite Bertha Burnslde has returned from a pleasant visit at Versailles Mines Pearl Burnslde and Sue Woods of Stanford are guests of the Mlstes Elkin The many friends of Mr Sher ley Hudson are sorry to hear that he Is ill agile The physicians pronounce his case appandlcllls We are grieved to speak of tbo critical Illness of Mre Herbert Gulley She has been moved from ber home 10 the residence df her father and at this writing U In a very serious condition HIGHLAND Mrs Dorothy McGuffey and an infant of Mr and Mr Joe Gorky are both 1Work has begun on the now Metbo dtitcburch Squire Griffin of rings yllle has the contract for laying the foundationR sold a work horee to J B Floyd for 160 Pedro Green cold one to Jim Bunch for 805 J S Young sold a milk cow to W H Terry for I2S Owing to the prevalence of measles In the vicinity and the Illness of the superintendent there has been no Sun day school 10 far this year at tbo Meth odist church In tbo absence of the pastor Rev Cannon who went to Wallaceton to hold quarterly meeting his appoint ment hero last Sunday was filled by Rev Barton of Ktngovlllo Died on the 17th at ber homo on Green River Mrs Mecca Dye aged 25 Her remains were Interred at the Methodist church Monday She leaves a little boy to mourn her loss E E Young and family visited rela lives near Walnut Flat and Maywood Rev B WG Bradford of Middle burg was here last week en route to Stanford James Godbey of Somerset and his mother of Bethel Ridge were at C M Youngs John W Cook of Somerset was bere Sunday Misses Mabel Martin and Ada Young were visiting at Klngsvlllo Miss Pearl Cook has gone to Somerset to visit her rel atives Rev J M Cook who recently moved to Somerset was hero to see about his house and lot S M Young now with the Spotewood Lumber Co at Wbynot Leo county will be mar ried today 10 Miss Oda White daugh ter of the general manager of the mills at that place Robbed The Grave A startling incident is narrated by Jno Oliver of Philadelphia as follows I was In an awful condition My skin al most yellow ejcs sunken tongue coated pain continually back and ides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a de tided improvement continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave of anther victim No one should fall to try then Only 50c guaranteed at Pen nys drug stores t n SPRING CLOTHES erssssauss- You wont find anything in Clothcs more snappy and attractive than the II S M Var site Suit This is a young mans style but if you like the looks of it on you we wont ask how old you arc The Prices are cheap when you consider how very good the Clothes ar- csaansa T o mILLER Danville KD THE GLOBE KENTUCKYS ARTIST NaustIVASIIRT- his premium saddle endharness stallion will make the nt season at Logan Hurst Farm four fromStanfordKentuckysArtlst urs perfectKentuckys Atlst was sired by Artist Montrose No t wlllller of thegr at sweepstakes prize at the Words Fair he y Artist ot he by Klnl Wil Han 6t he by Washington Denmark t bv Gaines Denmark Artist Montrose sat dam Baley by byqsldif dim so by non f KentockyaArtist sat dam Julia Thomas by Pat Denmark he by Sumpter Denmark and 5 rooms halls and cistern servant room coal hen and shed with 3j acres of land on 34 a mile from court house of town within 400 yard of school For J Ky dam Lucy Thomas by Nero he by Thompsons Morgan jrd dam Cooper by Patricks Copper Bottom th dam Dovey by Barnes Missouri he by Blackburns Whip- of shown against and defeated all the great stallions In Kentucky and Missouri among them such horses as the Jfooo Montgomery Chief owned by full Bros the great and noted show horse Preston owned Pat Dotan Kentuckys Artist Is only 8 years old and Is re gardeI by Kentuckys best judges to be the most fect galled saddle stallion In the State will be glad to show him to any one my stable and Invite breeders fine horses to come and see Kentuckys Artist before breeding stand him at f20 the season or S to Insure a living colt dont want your money until you have gotten value received- A e HUNDLEY GUY L HUNDLEY New Corn Planter altntsrstsaaaww We have just received our Our New Tiger Disc and Runner CornPlanter Something new Call and see them HigginsMKinneySTANFORD BUG PROOF If can not make a cistern bug tight nobody in Lincoln county can I will use a cast iron cistern platform a galvanized iron pump and a Hasoldcn Patent Filter These three excel lent articles will forever faithfully guard filth from your cistern Call and examine Phone 116 Depot Stre- etS H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky FOR SALE Residence with porches house house stable Danville street ot outside llmltsacd graded Information II MBOBEBTS Stanford Whlrf toward by at of ideW Wallace X Son Blacksmiths and ranoy Horn Shorn WoitMain Btwet 4 Stanford Khtuokyjr f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL C WALTON IfED NEWALND SR 1THOMAS Sheriff of Lincoln county subject democratic party l ItGEORGE W DeBORDI II Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to mineon of Ibe democratic party TJEFF HILL SR li a candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county subject to ttt action of the democratic patty t JESSE C LYNN la tcansldalHor sheriff of Lincoln county subject to It action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS III candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to Bit action of the democratic patty OINK FARMER It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to e action pf the Democratic rar1yIJAMES C HAYS r li a candidate for Jailer subject to Ibe action of the feaocratic party W HERRINI III candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tbaI aaocr tic party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools tl Lincoln County subject to hI action of the demo crave party MISS KATE BOGLE It a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to Ibe action of the cratic party HON D L MOORE iroMercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the Eighth district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert subI feet to the action of the Democratic party Your port Is earnestly solicited i R C WARREN theliUncoln partycoon JAMES D ANDERSON a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub 1Jettto the action of the democratic party GEORGE t WOOD- Is a candidate for Assessor of Uncoln county sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party 0C ALLEN- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK f Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party f W A CARSON Is aCandldate Assessor of Lincoln mratysu jectlto the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY i Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject- to 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 WILLIAM J BRYAN announces that be will deliver a political address In I Chicago Saturday night oa The New York platform the platform referred to belne the one adopted by the Ne York democrat recently There will be reserved seats for ministers and newspaper men Otherwise teats will be free Mr Bryan says he vlll pay the hall rent and all expenses Tbla will he bis declaration as to platform and a presidential candidate Gov CHAMBERLAIN of Oregon has written the Presbyterian Missionary Society of Chicago which Is urging officials of the various States to Inter cede for clemency for Caleb Powers that be believes Powers Is guilty and that the furies which tried him made 110 mletake I am a long ways from I Kentucky but have kept In close touch with the trials given Powers and be- lIeve be should hang he adds rGENERAL satisfaction isexpreised by Washington over the re suit of the New York democratic State r convention with exception of Senator H11e prominent pert The defeat of August Belmont for delegateatlarge la said to be a Tammany victory It Is t belleycd In New York that Judge Parkers forces will organize the cons vention THE momentous question with the Fayette county republicans cowls will they Instruct for ExGov Bradley or George Jackson a Lexington Negro for delegate at large This mutt be rather humiliating to the distinguished gentletraniwbo takes pride In the fact j of his being the only republican gov t ernor Kentucky ever had g I JUDOS R J BRECKINRIDQB Is spok Feaof for county judge of Boyle Hf t make a capital one Cant Mr Homer Baughroan who Is yet very i young be induced to wait until next term that the good old judge may b nominated by acclamation We put tbe suggestion In the form of a motion Ij SILL OWENS the dirtiest turncoat In the State was declared tbe nominee for Congress In the Fifth district by the republican district committee which held tbe candidacy of Charles A Park or to be invalid because he had not pre nented a list of election officers along with his announcement k D 0 Groff editor rho Jessamine News has announced his candidacy for i the Legislature POLITICAL Massachusetts democrats Instructed forlRlchvrd Olney for president Eb Magofiin of Harrodsburg has an nounced as a candidate for State Sena tor State Senator Burns of Michigan was acqulttcdfat Grand Rapids of tbe charge of bribery The taking of testimony In the llth district Congressional contest will begin at Washington May 8 The democratlo and sliver parties of Nevada have appointed an unlnstruct ed delegation to the national conven tion The bill passed by the Houso provide Ing for free trade In leaf tobacco will not bo considered by the Senate at this session The House sent the Naval Appropriation Bill back to conference The Senate completed consideration of the Sundry Civil Bill Senator Gorman says he does not know on whom the democrats will unite but that the party Is going to present a united front and win It Is said that six members of the Missouri Legislature are to receive 110 day for acting as bookmakers clerks at the St Louis race track this sum merJudge W H Prewltt has withdrawn from tbe race for county judgo of Boyle He has made the county a most efUclent oDlcerduring his incumbency Thei Houso passed by a party vote the bill providing for joint statehood ofE Oklahoma and Indian Territory under the name of Oklahoma and New Mexico and Arizona as Arizona Democrats of the First congressional district will present the name of Con gressman Ollle M James to the State convention as a candidate for delegate atlargeto the National convention Former Senator Lindsay says ho holds a high opinion of Judge Parkers cbaraoterland ability but expresses displeasure with the methods pursued by Hill In the New York convention The committee for this Congression al district wlllimeet at Lawrenceburg Frlday20ib instead of the 30th to de tarmlno the time and manner of select lngtbe democratic nominee for Con press The general election In Loullana re suited In a clean sweep for tbe democrats A largejvote was polled in New Orleans but elsewhere the voters were apathetic Only a few Negro votes were cast adt Charleston tbe largest convention seen far many year in that State After a stormvlsesslon the meeting ended bar moniously The convention elected an uninstructed delegation to the St Louis convention Goy Herrick sent a message to tho Ohio Legislature calling a halt In ap propriations He declares that unless the revenues of the State are Increased 1500000 appropriations made and contemplated mustibe reduced nearly ll 000000 to prevent a deficit wFormer Secretary Carlisle says New York democrats are satisfied with th Indorsement of Judge Parker Mr Carlisle who Is a personal acquaint ance of the Judge says he Is an honest conservative and able man and will elected make a good president New York democrats instructed to Parker The delegates at large are David B Hill Edward Murphy Jr George Ebret and James Ridgeway Ehret Is a Tammany man and some o the district delegates are Tammany men but the convention adopted the unit rule to which Tammany declare- it had no objection Tammanys ml nority report praised and Indorsed Judge Parker as the most available man for president but did not instruct HERE AND THERE Hon Gerald T Finns candidacy for democratic delegate from the Thir district Is announced In Beekhamlcounty Chester Tabor aged 10 was accidentally shot and killed r by his older brother The Farmers Merchants Bank of Clay City led was dynamited by rob here who golaway with 10000 The population of St Louis accord 693815gan increase of 37203 over year Tbe nonresident insurance compa nies will file suit In Ohio to resist the efforts of the officials of that State to assess them for back taxes TUB Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has options In almost every county ID tbo State con sisting 01 town property farming lands mills stocks of goods etc also several on good out of the oef cotton ment in lands In Mississippi sure realize you enormous profits Call a our office and examine the list of our 1nthleg are yule St Louis and Virginia real ea tate firms and property placed In our hands to sell will also be advertised b these firms 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 Lalngs burg Mich These tablets are guaran teed to cure every case of stomach trouble of this character For sale by W N Orals f IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Burnslde went dry KI6 to 80 Fire destroyed the residence of J Howard Ralston at Mlddlesborn Wm L Brookman has been appointed postmaster atJSano Adair county John Will Surber convicted In the Pulankl circuit court for forgery broke jail and steeped The Controller of the Currency au thorized tho Bell National Bank of Pmevllle to begin business with 125000 capitalW Gill president of the Farmers Bank ofJSalvlea and one of Mercer countys wealthlcstcltlzens was strick n with paralysis The court of appeals affirmed the Ball clrcultcourt giving Gen Turner a life sentence for his participation In tbe Quarter house battleIThe second trial of incoming of Dalley Wilson In Pulaskl resulted in conviction of manslaughter and a verdict of tbreeiyears In the peDt Itentlary Barrod Lucas and William Norris whose home Is near Parksvllle have hoes lodged In the Danville jail charg ed with stealing two posses from Wm Sobulte of Grant county In an encounter at Cumberland Gap John Wright wee killed aod Silas Is man wounded Both men wore eUI patted of robbery and an attempt was being made to arrest them Mrs Mary Turpln aged 83 died at Richmond She is survived by her husband whole 87 years old and sev children Tbe couple bad been mar- rIed 53 years and this the first death that hIS occurred to the lam litrHon R C Warren of Lincoln paid thelNews office a pleasant call vaster day afternoon and talked entertaining ly of politics of this Senatorial and Coo gressional district Mr Warren is a candidate for count judge in his county and should his people honor him with the place he will make one of the but officials that ever sat on the bench He Is an A 1 democrat and could the people ot this his old home county voleSfor him he would win in a walk Danvllln News Contras Kentucky Real Estate Excise TITLE CO Stanford Kv ear No 7CCO acre of land Junction Cilrvt In sere Sells 25 urea In caltlraltan rest In gram s ole you0g orebard and one oUbe beat grape bar ton In Kentucky Irty sold J600 pound of goodClueroom frame ilwtlllDX good WroeriLaekUlog- ood repair rile 1260 MississippiThereopportunities for profitable Investment as the Missis sippi Delta which Is now fitly described as Pros perity Valley TheUmterIs becoming more valu reoplefromdiminishing are constantly Increasing their pur chases of timber lands In the South V hen the tim ber Is removed th tans Is unequaled for agricultu ral purposes It will produce a bale of cotton to the acre or win grow any other kind of crop raised In the temperate zone The soil DfCd1 no ferUHiers and gives a yield which cannot be excelled taxes art low the title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm and timber lands at present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret This land Is tits tracteto re to Ji6 per acre according to location tic are authorlied by the company who awns these land to state that as other yenta art considering purchase of these lands that wt offer these tracts au clangsJtIIOIIrhfurQomrparIcutarsCOUDtyKy powerJtodate mill with burn for corn and meal bolt The engine b of years runt acres with the mill Including what Is with 3dHas flue trade No mill In 10 miles Central Kentucky Seal KatateTltlo Co Stanford K- yDORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 FULL BROTHER TO ESTELLE 219 14 rodgrand dam on sires side was by the Imp Arabian Stallion ZUcadl Ills dam Is Florence by GolJen Mlnco Chief a son of Gall s Morgan making him Intensely Inbred Morgan Sulllon descending from on tooth sides The best family of rod horses ever known Dorsey Golddust Is a dark dappled bay full 16 hands and weighs 1100 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of hlghclasstoad and easertn horses corn bining all the qualities for saddle and harness and In demand at top prices Both the champion saddl- and combined geldlne of the American Horse Shows of seer Jack O Diamonds stands to his credit 100IproducJngqualitiesnear Stanford S2O TO INSURE A COLT French Coach Stallion QUASI NO 2127 In French Coach Stud Books of America also In RepubllqueFrancalsellarasNatlenauxNoisSdWinner Ex staJlionsImported by W H Tkhenor of Chicago tics by black points small star rei hands high weighs In working order 1150 pouaJs Fransetlution extended pedigree framed Quasi has been beaten In the show ring A sure breeder 0 verykindmy colts by him to bj seen on my farm to of his get out of all kinds of mares mye pike at Sits TO INSURE COLT bybreeJerresp6nslbllity for accidents or eyapes The best of careful hanJJln given and no accidents so far Tom Koene JrWill make the season at same place at to Insure a colt This lack Is lmost a counterpart of his sre and from his breeding should prove a high class mule Jack Old his silt had no superior IfCleaverWestern Phone in Danville F REID Address Stanford or Danville UMBRELLAS RocoTored and repaired and made almost ai good ai new for a amount I can fix your umbrella bettor than the tramp repairer and for leas money Give mo trial KIUNK ATKINS Stanford aI Have your colts cas Crated by T F GROSS Preach cravllle Ky the wollknowncsMrator of horses and horse doctor ttaiistacllon guaranteed Try hIm DIXIE Tun one Shetland pony will make the IoftonWolIi about 13 hand high n beautiful spotted pony and a perfect Individual It 0 NUNNRGLEY Turn rnllle Ky Produce Wanted We want your trade and will pay you the EggsFeathersCall at NOUTflCOTT t 00 Stanford Ky THE CALVERT MUs Willie K Hockcr Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis Blue Grass Nurseries Spring 1904 Trees bv the million Fruit and Orna mental Bhrabt Grapevines Asparagus Rhubarb BmalllorulLe and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden No agent Strawberry and catalogue on appll tattoo to U V IIiixuiMCTKit SOIt Both Pnoncs 370 Lexington Ky POSTED We whose name appear below strictly forbid hunting Jibing or any kind ot tret pasalnK on our place and will prosecute violator to the full extent of the law J Z 8oonamoro T M homes n F Nowland JO CamenlKh Peter Balmer W II Johnson Mn Mary Ohms David Stephens James it White and wife Oanon 111 Hawkins Mn Mary K Welch R A Lawrence Frank Oordler lire A U Root Sam F Reynolds Millinery Opening I Mrs G B 1ruitt has just returned from Louisville with the latest styles at lowest prices at her old stand adjoining Pruitt Uros Furniture store where you are vited to see our Carpets Matting Rugs Lace Curtains Window Shades Furni ture of all kinds Doors Window Glass Taints Screens Mouldings from which we make frames to order Lace curtain stretchers Best in the market PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELAND KY KING EAGLE King Eagle Is 15 bands 3 Inches high dark coes all the gaits with plenty of RoyalKingIttdam by1a lo brMlllerathoroughbred gnatbrer and Allle 0 the rreitt show mare that sold for 11000 King Eagles Sad dam U the dam of Minnie Boyd the great show mare that Mitt Cohen won erery where with In 1695 and sold for 500 King Eagle will make the present season of ItOI at miles west of Stan ford on tbe Shelby City pike at tbe low price otlto to irate a llvlnc colt Will also stand the great mule and lappet Jack Bil ly Keene at 110 for moms and 5JO for lea ncta to Insure a llrlngcolt Billy Keene WM sired by the great Tom Keene lit dam by the ImportedIalermo 2nd dam LOT Hubble Prince tbe sire ot Joe Blackburn and rIItDOlia stands full IS hands high black with wblto points and ua breeder be Is unsurpassed as a mule or tonnes JAck Ills colt will show for them selves Will also lit that great young jack Jim Keene servo a few ouulde mare at 110 to Insure living colt Mares traded parted with or bred also whore forfeits tbe Insurance and money becomes due at the time ot such transaction For further particulars call onor address 8 T UAUBI9 Stanford Ky Phone 72 Ring PRESTON Nb 922 This saddle stallion of the theestable of on Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 12 years old 1st hands high a perfect modalwith great style action and speed Preston was sired by Washington No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 lit dam Belle by Roderick 2nd dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and delated 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 Ball Bros VVhy you should breed to Preston I Because be is the greatest 4 ow horse ever produced t ahito w Senator Vare for 2000 Rebecca that sold at New York Exchange to Geore ownedfby Gay Bros that won more premiums til saddle and combined rings than any threit yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt scud IQ J C Craving of Illinois for Ijoo 3 Because he is the only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for Jjooo 4 Because ho won the championship pi the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shovn by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 5 Because he has won more money in the show ring than any other saddle stallion in Kentucky 6 I will be glad to show him to any nap at stable fund invite those wishing breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at IO the season or 918 to insure a living colt1 j C BXILEV Stanford r Larger and Better Our lino is large and better this season than ever before Vo are showing tho newest Wool Drees Goods eueli ne Molmirs Voiles Ktnmluw Homespuns anti Serges in tho newest shades Our lino of Silks arc tho beet lobe badtViish Silks 27 inches wide nil colors 50 cents per yard 10 Inch Taffeta ill1acolors 30 cents per yard Fino Jinq of yanl wino Tnflctag Penu dc Soir and Chantungs Ladies Muslin Underwear A largo took made nod trimmed nicely from 10 conta to 1 garments We are showing a large anti well selected Hue ol Corct Wash Goods White Goods Percale Cheviots TowolsrNotions Mens Furnishings Huts Etc OWBIEY BLOCK WATCH OUH AUf GRAND LEADER j Ma B Lary O Co 8 B Levy Fjouse Cleaning Hilts e Buy such articles ns Furniture Polish Onrpot Soap Metal Polishes Gold Point Amoniay for cutting grease and dirt Persian Insect Powder and JAP AL AC at t J t Pennys Drug Store GO TO T W B McRoberts I LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED DRUGGIST STANFORD FOR LANDRETHS GARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS p Heaters Get our prices on Heat ers bfore you buy Lamps Few Xmas very prices JOHN BRIGHT JR Coe L L LOuOuOOuL LL U Dr Gussie M OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH HOTEL STANFORD KY TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY 0 A Ito 1 P M All chronic diseases treated Gync ology and Nervous Diseases a Specialty C R Dealer in + Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries i HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats fish daily High est Market Price for Country duce R McCormack Hustonville and Chickens Wanted I prosduceWill pay cash for them Phone 118 ED UUDDAIID Stanford LUMBER WANTED I I want to buy staves spokes heading lumber logs etc Will highest club price at Morstaad D 80 Peyton 1Ky J STATIONERYI left from at low Phillips McCormack and Pro C Eggs FOR SALE I 27 acres of land situated In Lincoln coun ty Ky on the turnpike road loading from Stanford to 3 miles from tbe neighborlroodslnfalling springs and running streams on sam- eandknowoasllteJobrt8Murphylarm All grass except about 30 notes acres lu growing wheat which looks well Timothy and clover All under good fence and good Improvement Anyone desiring to purchase a good farm will do well to see me or iOEOI BELTSTliis is a licit Scnsoh and we are showing belts to suit all tastes dud purees We have girdles nnd crush bolts in all styles and varieties ot buckles 2fio to If you have the silk to make ono get a bucklo from us BEAD LOOMS We arc selling what loons wo hare loft nt lOc Also beads in all colors CHIFFON STOCKS Another lot of these goody also velvet ribbon bcada olo SPRING HOSIERY Look our lino over Plain drop stitched and embroidered f Carson Room i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i STANFORD Ky ArniL 22 1001 W E call attention to our icrlptloo Department Darin used allI our effort and knowlrdeo toperfectour selves ID this department we beg to assure that your proscription will be fllloa correctly and Juil as your doctor prescribes Peony Drug Store IJ PERSONALS REV R 0 Mahooy was ID Casey t this week OAmiELt WOODS la with Ouiton IyUle friends J S DOCKER went to Middles boro Tuesday R U ENOLEUAN JR spent several 1daTi at Livingston MR DAVID STREET was to Jelllco oat business several dill COL W O WELCH le holding hit own says Or OOaonon REV MILES SAUNDERS was wltb his laD Hon J N Sauoderl- MHS + W C SHANKS was able to lit up a little while yesterday r r MRS MARY WRAP It with her too H 0 Wray at Nlcbolait Illo Miss MATTIE PAXTON wont to Lou tivlllo yesterday to speod a tow days A CDR W E OARNETT ot Cave City his daughter Mrs J S Rico f JESSED WrAR11f the hustling In luraoce man went to Liberty ibis AM PROP M D UtlOIIES and Dr J D Klnnalrdo Lancaster were hero yes terday IMRS W D HOCK nil and Mill Lou Rocker of Hustonvllle were hero TuesdayMR UU8 W DAVIS of Somerset was the guest ot Miss Katherloe Beck at McKlooey JOHN CHRISTMAN who has been with his parent here returned to Lou lifllle Wednesday MR CHARLES P HIOOINS and wife of Richmond spent several days with Mr Adella Wood I t and MlnMiss MARY CARPENTER Kdrlngton of BuslOQvllle were hero shopping yesterday Dn W W OunoiN has been made V Referee for this district by the State Hoard of Dental Kxaalnera Rich mood Climax MRS FORKSTUB REID of Danville accompanied by her two daughter Miss Josephine and Mary Reid are spending a few day at the Galt Houso Courier Journal I If MR CASWELL SAUKLEY of Sun S ford who has been appointed to tbena val academy U In Lexington to take the examination under tbeolvll service examinationDemocratMISS went to Paris Wednesday to visit friend Miss Baughmaa will be a bridesmaid- at the wedding of Mil Martha Clay and Mr Duokner next week DR J D DECK has returned from Loulivllle on a visit to hli brother John a third year student of the 2ofr pltal College of Medicine who U with pneumonia Somerset Journal Miss NETTIE WRAY lent to Nlcho- laivllle yesterday to spend a few day 4wltb her brother Mr O C Wray be fore going to Loulivllle to take a pool lion with the Cumberland Telephone Co SAMUEL M WILIUTE City Control lor has gone to Atlantic City to spend several days with the hope that the s change of air will restore his health t n He bill been for the past two months j t and his physician advised that ho go to + V the seashore for about two week Courier I ift JournalLOCALS PRKSII fish Oeo H Farrli Cot w HAVE you gotten tlcfcetifor the play j tonight If not do so at once t BLACKSMITH and woodwork shop for wont Best stand In town Apply to J Alton THE CbL dlel Aid Society alll moat with Mrs S J Embry at- 2J61f Saturday afternoon t i NEW and stylish things at the Sat tray Studios Stanford and Danvillo- A A reliable guaranteed please with every order 1 THE present cold spell has bll hte- dfianbopeIOf a peach crop We may rfpples but that will bo j yrvabeuttheextentof the fruit In this r section of the State FOR SALE 300 bales of Tlmotb hay at 65o T A Rico 2t FOR SATURDAY Beans peas toma toes radishes all fresh George H Farris h Co Oun customers all admit our Dres Goods department equal that In aDY city Como and let us show you Job P Jones COLLINS Milo Linda Collins aled 25 died at her homo near Crab Orch ard and was burled at Ephesus Sun day writes Eld J G Livingston GO and hear the splendid must which will be rendered by Misses Lynn Abrams HlgglpPenny and Wai to In connection with Tbo Reverie of a Bachelor tonight Tim republicans will meet In Stan ford at 2 oclock to morrow afternooi to reorganize the county committee aDd name delegates to the Nlobolasvllli and Louisville conventions DR R A JONES has rented tbe pat lor of the old Myers House and will move hit dental once Into It In a few days It Is a splendid location and tho doctor will fit It up wltb the bandsom est furniture obtainable DONT fall to see Arabian Knights or Prlnue of Liars at Walton Open House May 0 A severe motber1n lava lively adventuress a naughty dude a boasting wife a prevaricating but band and four other floe character All home talent MR SILAS M toot has eui ceeded Mr E O Gooch as mine hot the Goocb Hotel at McKlnney and bo would be glad to have his many friend stop with him when In his section Be promises to give the best the market afford at a very reasonable rate Glv him a call IN his Instruction the jut of Boyle Judge W O Belladmonlsbs them to Investigate the actions of Cot tral University students In their wan ton destruction of public and prlvat property and tbe rowdyism that li It times Indulged In by that body la th opera house He also directed theli attention to the violation of the loco option law and gambling RUNAWAY A belonging to Mr William Fields ran away with hi son John Fields and Jim Bob New land Wednesday afternoon and bad not the boys Jumped before the animal go t under good headway they might bave been killed Tbe horse scared a t something as It stood In front of Pen nye drug store and did not stop until It had extricated Itself from the bun near the college The vehicle wa wrecked and tbe horse was badly hurt GOINO TO SOMERSET Mesin Wai ter Everett sod J T Coon of thl place have bought W R Cooks mea market at Somerset and will tlke charge next week Both ere clover honorable men and should do well ID the good capital of Pulaskl Mr Ey erctt has been with Mr O P Huffmai hero for years and that he knows bli business any of the patrons of Mr Huff man will gladly testify Mr Coon wai a Garrard county man until a few months ago but has made many frlondi since he moved to Stanford TILE Stanford GrraoltMarble Cole the name of a business concern orga nixed hero Wednesday The officers are J H Boone president W A Trlbblo vice president J F Waters secretary H J McRoborta treasurer Tbe officers are also directors and th other member of tbu directory art Dr J T Morris John Lutes and T J rater Tbe capital stock Is 110000 and tbo shares are liiO Tbe company hat option on a number of farms on which granite and marble cropping have been found and It will proceed at once to get out the valuable stone MOOTED QUESTION TO lIESETTLED MaJ E W Llllard Hon T P Reed tad Mr R L Hubble got together Monday and agreed to and did sign ar tide calling upon the Senatorial die riot committee to meet here on the third Monday county courtday In May and for tbo committee to settle which countys tlraeMl Is to bave the Sena torlal candidate They further agreed to abide by the decision of tbe commit tee This will narrow the tight down to a single county which Is as It should be and the district as a whole will be more able to meet the enemy In the ft sal flghl Danville News IT ALWAYS HAS Gotten warm and may be before you see this ad you will be saying my kingdom for cooler Clothing Manyof our customers are buy ing just the same as if it was hot weather and will be ready when it comes Why not you I We were never better prepared to serve you Two fresh milk cows for sale G A Swloobroad nedRevlllo WE lustopened nice things to Ladles Neckwear John P Jones WITH both horse show and court at Lancaster Monday the day should boa big one- TONIGHTAt Walton Opera House will be given that new and beautiful play Cousin Faithful It Dont miss It TICKETSgoingrapidly to Miss Alvlra VanArsdala entertainment to night Better got your now If you want a good seat OPHELIA 17yearold daughter ol Care Mulling colored died Tuesday Bony Carson wife also colored was burled Wednesday D STORE ROOM FOR RENT The store room In the INTERIOR JOURNAL build log occupied by C Rosensteln k Co la for rent Apply at this office or write to W P Walton Lexington TilE business men and are preparing to make a kick on The proposed raise of the Stanford Telephone Co Many declare they will have the Instruments taken out before they will stand the raise IN ordering peso r changed from Texas Washington county to Spring fold Squire John Bailey formerly of this county says Springfield Is about rid of smallpox There were nine ca ses There are hundreds of cues of measles in this county and several pea- pie have died from that epidemic IDAZL PATCH David Street of the East End S E Owsley of the Hubble section Henry Miller of Owensboro and J B Hutch Ins of Boyle have organized the Ha zel Patch Coal Company and will begin land near Hazel Patch TilE AIJ soclatlon met at Walton Opera House at 1030 yesterday morning and tbe day was both pleasantly and profit ably spent The following visiting physicians were present 1 F Gose F H Montgomery Spurgeon Cheek J D Jackson C P Harvlelle Dan villa T 0 Moredltb Burgln E J Caldwell W O Hopper Perry vllle J H Hopper Mack vllle H M Pitt man W A Brown Parksvllle J C MATRIMONIAL Allen Hilton Brook will be married at tbo bride home to day Napoleon Hughes and Miss Mary Bunnel of Lebanon will marry on the 20th- George Austin and Miss Lena Mc Chord of Lebanon eloped to Cincinna ti and were married Rev and Mr J C Gilliam of Per ryvllle celebrated tbe 50th annlvorsa ry of their marriage Mr Lou Bailey Shanks announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Anne Hartwell Shanks to Hon Henry Kirby Bourne of Nee Castle this State Tbe marriage will take place on tbe morning of Wednesday May 25 at the home on East Main Street In the presence of his son and eight grand ehlidren James S Van Court a a rich resident of Mt Vernon N Y- In his 80th year was married to Mrs Louisa Pines 40 The wedding was solemnized at the home of tbe son whole 47 earl old and Mice his father has been married four times Miss Bertrlco Dunn of Franklin had published ln a newspaper that she wanted a husband and there was noth ing In that market that suited her She la 22 years old uptodate and a daugh ter of a well to do farmer Fiftyeight men responded to her advertisement and she selected Eugene Zimmerman of Peoria III After a short graphic correspondence bo arrived there and In less than six hours they were married Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thor oughlyr Of all the Salves you overheard of Bucklens Arnica Salvo is the beet It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Outs Boils Ulcers Skin Erup tions and Piles 1Ionly 25c and guar NEW LIVERY W nontI k six Prorg CITY KV flritOlaii Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Bale Jesse W1 raorarsron Livery gems and Salo Stable Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 300 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUQABS Proprietor Electric Utbti In every room RcfumlihtJ and under entire New Management Bob thi ftvorlU rover meets all trains law Well Ilghted Sample Room EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR II Having been in the Tailoring all my lIe I feel confident in saying represent one of the beet tailoring IIlath country With my experience taking measures and dlrectonn I your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line wilt bear me out My ptlcns are the same as Inex lerienced men who are in tbe business I also a nice lino of fancy cheviot and other snitlngb I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank ing you for put favors I am yours II C RUPLEY the Tailor In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Kentucky In the matter of J II Spoons more Stanford Ky April 4 1004 a meeting of the creditors the above named who has been adjudged bankrupt will bo held at the office ot tbe referee Stanford OB the 2nd day of May HMM at 10 oclock v M to elect a True tee for the e tate ol said bankrupt and for the transaction ofother business as may come before the meeting Comply with Sectioaoof the Bankrupt act con cerning proof of claims otherwise your claim can not be allowed J N SAUNDERS Referee In Bankruptcy Studio Is now open far ness Located at At corns Opera lions Now and tjplodate styles of pboto Price range from 500 B dozen work finished by tbe Perma nent Platlno process Guaranteed not to fade dO Elrod expert photographer of bnble and children see play of One uptodate stylet Short time only Dr M A HELM Dentist Will bo at J K Helms residence at More land each Monday He will be prepared to do all kinds of dental work at prices Satisfaction guaranteed A S PRICE Sturgeon Dentiat Stanford Ky JSU McBoUrti Dra Store In Us Owslt I fly Cottons Messenger Chief be by Old Messenger Chlf aam Arch Walker Pat Denmark VHLstand nt5 to Insure a liT ing colt JIM SuTcnyenrold JiickUK hands high proven breederand a splendid Individual known as the Silas Anderson Will stand at seven dollars to Insure a living colt Both will make the season on Silas Anderson farm Mars traded or moved oat of the county without notifying mo make moue dUI responsibility for accident W M Rowland 2087 April 28 lOOOi 18 bands high Itb white feet be hind i a model In form with superior style a show horse second to none either In harness or under saddl- e1autunretSired by Dignity Dare 108 be by Chester Dare be by Black Squirrel ho by black Eagle ho by King William Dignity Dares 1st dam Llule Mont by Wclehmont he by William Welch be by Kysdlcks Dam bitIonian Prospects lit Dora Deano 170 by On he by Stone wall Jackson Srj 2nd dam by Joe Abdullah ho by Abdallab Olencoe 3rd dam Funks Sampler Denmark 4th dam lllack hawk Morgan 5th dam by 011 vurheby Wajouert 0th dam by Imp Mea senger wm serve B llmtted number of mares the present season at TO INSURE A LIVE COLT Money due whet colt Is foaled or mare tradea or parted with Marcs graied at E forfaccidents or- t et 1CPi P OARPENTE Jo lan Ky 4 Waists See our wash silk waists in white and black 8270 to8600 NEW We arc showing an entire now lino of collars anti collar anti clifT ts New Pearl buttons in nil sizes Also fancies in gilt large and snjall to match Arc the correct thing We have then in Red fJrten and Navy with fancy borders Sf SEVERAIfCE 8z SONTWO STORES COMessrs jteotleIKentucky WcaleyI MiMartba PenIllY STABLE JUNCTION Sweeney Lanoaster Hustonville Photograph BaU- dllllMessenger Denmark PORTER PROSPECT DzscnrrrtotrrPoaled maremsannotresponsible Silk NECKWEAR BUTTONS COLORED UMBRELLAS Leader Room 1 The Buster Boy I Here he isthe King of Hearts for 1004 The tot end his trousers come together first and best in one of these PERFECTION Buster Suite Select materials accurate cut natty style all com bine to stake this clothing thats built first choice of little men and mothers too Just bring tbo boy around let us show you whats the latest cutest thing in tots toggery tas Cummins S McClary J W J CRITERION IOn a coat means a great deal to the Nearer Its the slioul dors of a coat the clogofit ting collar the perfeclrlt built shapfcretaining front- that makes the wearer Look and feel Well Dressed If you will wear a Criterion spit you will lie satisfied What more do you want Prices 750 to 17ijO H J HROBERTS 1Stanford Ky TRY ONE OF THESE I Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For a Clean and Easy Shave yell cant aflbnl not to use a CLASS RAZOR e GERCEJfI FARRIS cotStanford Kentucky IP You WANTsrRUBBER TIRESGJT Mv PJUCES THEY ARE THE LOWEST ANA 1MY Tums ARE Till FINEST MADE Expert Mechanics to Put Them On 11SasisTaction Guaranteed ROflANS LANCASTER KY i i IdElNTEKlORJOURNAL catered n the post o9lee at Stanford ni tt ndelassnatter 11Lahd wdsadFsidasJ 4i PER YEAR CASH tyhsn sot sopsldaBSSOO win beo llleo I o Ij oUco Train KNQXVILLEIIVISIONb going North It sOtpm 23Oam F oJ5 n i sOIlUaI2namN23 r u t BOB QUIS 66749 AJ 00- I will stand the above splendid Jorsoy null at place near water at 160 in advance Return privileges permUted 4 0 OAUENISOn Stanford Ky J H 100NE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Alto Dealers la that Portabfe Engine and Saw Mill For Salt Will tell privatelyill alto sell s 15 horse power AH In good repair Bell at a bargain to close up business VIll take part pay In lumber POWELL It SwKrnrr Stanford Ky Da1l Traglor DUCxn Iw WHlsk Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc SSfflS STANFORD KY Prompt and attention Nothing but the toes rillI drink Mal u telegraph 0131 receive eroapt attention FOR SALE of land a twoitory front evon IflencHdmill on the place a good dam li In good and the natural power Is economy In running the mill Does- a splendid business Everything Is In good repair has all necessary out Lulldtngs- The owners only reason for selling 1s the iirush of other business as he bas extensive look after ThisInterests to prop- erI y11 on tho Hanging Fork about miles- II from Stanford and can be bought at a For further particulars U Thurmond Lytle Ky or L RUconES Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agentsf Stanford Kentucky All persons wiahtngto buy or sell farms will do welt to see us We bare a number r of doe Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have It yon desire to sell U In our hands Offlce at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky Ii R B MahOnyInSUranG6 Solicits a share of the patronage of tho property owners couaties i ncoln and Casey who may be seeking In surance against hire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLine Comp Dics represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed Phonets- wStanford Kentucky I HEA LTH1 I dont think we could keep hoot without Thedford Black Draught We have used It In the theIdoctor In the house for that length of time It Is a doctor In Itself and always ready to make a person well and happy JAMEB HALL Jack sonville 111 IBecAuse this great medicine thieves stomach pains frees the rnvigorecued kidneys t Ho DOCTOR wherei1in phYIIlIn astheIrlilaclc Draught cures bilious anIfeverit ailmentbooauseliver and kidneys so nearly con trot tho THEDFpRD3 DRAUGHT i- Men Who Can Sell Grainor Tobacco Can Sell Life Insuranceand MAKE MORE MONEY Only the few buy farm products while everyone a possible customer for life insurance It will cost you nothing to find out our plan for sellingour new rormsof Invest meet Insurance you can find out by writing whether will pay you to try It A course of professional Instruction given tree The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Richard A McOurdr President has DoLLARSIISCOE H1NDMAN Manager 8 Trust BJ lg Lonlavllle Ky BALSAMC1wn llomctti Samttnt pod I rqIlOoaftd Uoat Ilru Uu 1ft A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Men over Higgins 4 McKinney Stor TelephoBe N 01 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment bl surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when service are rendered and must tw paid promptly BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce de Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable DcpotStreet STAHFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection E D PeytonDE- ALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Ja LI Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers UJODBAU2SI FarnlturellsattingsRajXsThey kinds a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ + CGJJA Y UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealear Ili BABNSSS SADDIJBBY 0 Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Iluitonvllle Ky elegantlyP O Agency for firstclass Laun dry Newa Stand Allv work guaranteed Yourbusmesa so Jicited 1 t t KINGS VILLE There le a treat deal of eloknoss mostly grin In this section Farmers are farming and making garden bere despite the conllnuou curd weather Mr Will Wolf our popular ticket agent has rODe Georgetown tQ work much to the regret of his friends here Mrs Elizabeth Pealru will break up housekeeping and make her homo with her daughter Mrs Carrie Snolton at Rowland Our town Is not yet Incorporated Several new buildings have ROOD UP Mrs Eliza Rittney has anew store a choice line of groceries etc Dr B F Walter of Lancaster Is here practicing dentistry Everel Cbevolotte of Lexington was here Sunday Sebastian Chovolotto la lit with grip Mrs B C Penny backer solo her he till here to John Hart for 12000 Ed mucd Mirphy who had possession un til tall told his time to Mr Bart who took possession last week An Ice cream supper will be given at the Christian church tomorrow ova ping for the benefit of tbe Sunday school The weather at present maker oyster suppers more tempting Master James Roy was severely In jured a few days sink In a runaway Bo was driving with Claude Beater when the horses became unmanageable Claud succeeded In Jumping and was not bun- Having had several special re quests and never having learned 10 sayuno we will try to write ano her Klngavllla loiter and It Is by no maser difficult for us to retrain from writlni In shorthand As we have been absent for more than two months we cannot promise a very newsy letter Mrs Viola McCarty has an elegant lino of Spring millinery and Is recelv lug liberal patronage Ber prices are reasonable This Is Mrs McCarty first season and she promises to make as great a success In her line as her husband Is In all his business Mrs C M Thompson also has a nice lice or millinery at prices to suit the buyer We learn that a low day ago some one succeeded In emovlog a windowpane gaining entrance made anum ber of thefts rifling the cash drawer etc There was no clue to tbe robbery except one suspicious character was seen with some tobacco In bis posses slon It was thought at first that bloodhounds would be sent for but tbe Idea was given up Mrs James Roy and SOD and Mrs Phillips her mother will leave soon for Jelllco where Mr Roy ls located In the railroad office Mrs Julia Hunter of Louisville was the ucst of her mother Mn Elizabeth Taylor and T- It Taylor and family Miss Ella Cbevoletto has returned from a visit to Lexington and Cincinnati friend Mrs Emily Cbevolette will visit In West Virginia this Spring Little Miss Do ra Rlgney Is visiting friends at McKln ney Crab Orchard Mrs Joe Pleasant closed her school last Friday Miss Sallle McWborteri closed the preceding week Spears Fisher of Mlddleburg has leased tho Dripping Springs property and will take possession shortly Margaret the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Edmlston Is bettor Rev John Ed Pearce was unable to 311 his appointments here for preach tog and muslcaleonaccount of suffering with musicians paralysis Much sym pathy Is felt for this talented young musicianDr of Stanford was called early Tuesday morning to see MIlS Iia aoldam who was thought to be dying with throat trouble She Is better at this wrltlujr and her many friends hope to see ber out again soon Miss Georgia King Is Improved enough to go out Irlvlng since her recept Illness J T Chadwick was called to Tar yell Tenn to see his father who Is very Misses Eddie B and Melsal du accompanied him Miss Pet Shlvel II visiting her sister Mrs J T Chad rick Mrs T J Culton la In Bar lourvllle on a visit audio attend the urlalof a relative Charlie Holman haa accepted a position at Jones restaurant In Stanford and will go there- In a few days Miss Lizzie Beazley and Eph Brown of Lancaster came to hear Rev Pearce reach Sunday MuA H Bastln aod son Henley of Lancaster were wlth friends hero for a short time Sunday George Moore continues Mrs iarrlet Abrams Is better Mr and Irs Henry of Knox llle Tenn aed Mrs Davis were visiting her Mrs lavls will remain with her until she Is uDlclently recovered to be moved to Inoxvllle Will Johnson of London who has been visiting his uncle Mr V B Johnson returned home Tues day A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of need Ills wife had such an unusual case of stomach aDd liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of Dr Kings New Life PiUs and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only Sac at Pennys Drug Store About one hundred miners rare burled by aS Avalanche In Italy A To Tho Voters of the Fifth Ap pollato Court District of lam a caodldatr Kentucky Judge ol tb Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democrat party Ail circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal oases which have become a part nf the State history and at a must critical time Ai Juouo of the State fl cal court It tell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In lorctt the provisions of the new constitution as well as to con rue the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Its proper con structloo Almost Innumerable case hayo burdened the door eu of my court touching the rights of corporations aDd the exercise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTKILL Through Sleeper from Lexington to St Louse via Chesapeake S Ohio Rill way Beginning April Sthtthe Coess peake Ohio Railway will Inaugurate a through sleeping car line to St Louie via Louisville and the Southern hallway to leave Lexington dally at5CO P M and reach St Louis at 730 A M Returning tbls sleeper will leave Bt Louis at 1010 p M and will reach Lex legion on CO train No 22 at 111 A H the next morning Solatlo Rheumatism Curod 11 have been subject to sclillo rheu matlsm for years SSJB E 11 Waldron- of Wilton Junction IowaCI My joint were still and gave me much pain and discomfort My joints would crack whet I straightened up I use J Chamberlain Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cur cd Have not had a pain qor ache from the old troube for many months It it certain y a most wonderful liniment II For sale bytV Jf Craig As the result or an election quarrel In Ascectlon Parish Louisiana former Sheriff Sam Moore was shot and killed br Deputy Sheriff Ed Smith Strawberry Plants For Sale I have a nice lot of the following varieties of strawberry planU forcale Jessie tau dy Sample Clyde Uaverland New York Glen Mar Itubaeli Cumberland Tennf see Prolific Kansas Parker Earl They are per per1000oranyonekindJ HUMMER JR Bay stallion 15 34 bands a good indi vidual with abundant speed He is by Hummer btu sire of Bouncer 200 Stately 2n4 Spalpeen 2r2K quickly sii4h 25X Speedon 2194 15 in 230 Hummer 6112 is a son of the renowned Electioneer andsavi one is the only son of Electioneer living that is out of a George W likes mare and with the exception of Arlon is the only son standing in Kentucky that has a a og performer to his credit Hummer dam is Zulus by the great Lord Russell dam Godiva by Auditor 773 Will stand at fto to insure a living co- ltHAPSBURG 509 161 hands high By Glpseter 26 ire ported ist dim Jolly by Wonderful Boy 534 and by Preserves 822 1irst dam by Trinket 5 Imp by County Ming no td dam by Champion of England 566 3d dam by 7o 4th dam by Grand Turk 138 Hapsburg is a bred Cleveland bay English Coalforsel weighs 1273 pounds drives well gentle and kind and high action Can show a mile better than4 three min utes Any one wishing a very high bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style speed and action should see this horse will stand at SK to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid jack at 9io Mares grazed at t1 per whIch In all cases must be paid before they are removed Care Uken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur j K BAUOIIM Ilutoev- illeCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Martin McCormack Plff vs Anderson Carr Derl Notice of sal of Wjuhy of Redemption Pursuant to an order and judgment of he Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1904 In the above styled action the undersigned special Commis ioaer will on the 9th day of May 1004 before the courthouse door In the Iowa of Stanford Ky the first day of the tray term of the Lincoln county court tell at public outcry to the highest anti Lest Equity of Rederation of Ibe defendant in the following described lot in said town situate upon the East side of Depot street in Stanford Ky and renting to fet on said street and bounded on the North by the Myers lot on the east by Depot street South by the lot of W D OBannon and West by the Ram ey Farris lot It appearing from the report of sale fled at the February term 504 that eU418 of plaintiffs judgment with interest from Dec 14 1903 until paid was not paid or satisfied by the sale of lot the Equity of Redemption in said lot was ordered that is the tight 10 redeem said property from the sale aforesaid by purchaser before tho I4lh ot December 1904 with in srest thereon the amount of his purchase which is ei6G with interest thereon at- the rate of 10 cent per annum from Dec 13 1003 together with the ctst in dent to this order of sale and for the glance of plaintiffs debt which remains unpaid with its interest TERMS OF SALK Credit e6 six month securityIigG per cent pald R9 WARREN SpedarComr First National Bank Of Stanford Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Rank of In 1S9I then reorganised as the National hank of In and again reorjtallecJ as the First National Uaik of Stanford In having had practically an Uulnter rnpted existence can It to better with facilities for transactIngbuslnou promptly and well than ever before In it long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries aid Car rations Solicited Paxton Owsley Shanks Walker Oeo Carter Potter Gooch Cumratns Shanks ICy 1665 ISSS W6aeceor The Farmers Rank Trust Company and under tame Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Pros W WRAIlENAsstOhr Reid Carter II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 980000 11 Directors J B J B U W O W j n L O W H W It L Bobble w A continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT no ti I =For and none excel them We lost Line In the dlflertnt Colt Skin Vlcl and Box Calf pair to give Call In and see the line before Shoes of of Let of and of per feet We carry the stock of and of and In done by tools None None a is P aj none better cannot be sold for less than ask If less isI asked you know the is lower and its not Its made or short You get you pay every time if you S W P BY- w N Ky This jack will make tbesoaor ot 1001 at my farm the lJeDner place near at eight dollars to Insure ally log colt lie Is close to 18 baud Is black- with mealy points and U a sure foal getter V F CAIN Turnersvllle Ky Record 2294 sire of Maggie Raugbtom 2 2i30Gamroe trial 221 also of the high acting horse sold bv J R Stewart for IJOOO 1003 Sired by Oambctt Wilkes SUOIislro of OulnctU 205 Weed 2104 Lottie Lorlne 20i Cam brel 2IOX Kvolet 210K Emma Offut 2llJi etc First dam Delilah dam ot 210 Jennie 0 222 by Ad Third dam by Star Davis Fourth dam by Drown Pilot li a brown stallion 15 3 hands high form and action and will make the season of loOt at my form on the plki fi miles from Danville At 15 to Insure a Colt Hone due when mare Is parted with or colt Qambrnno has two In the list and will high style and high trotters so much sought loner by dealers behaving proved his own us a driving Dr Sparks In third heat In Oran at 1350 per month I will also stand a first class mule Jack at eight dolUrs to Insure a living colt Not for JOHN B AN v Of J q ifooKKU rwi BT llAnnia V JJ MoUOIIEUTS Ohr H Directors V B T Ilarrt Stanford J 8 locker Stanford K L Tanner MelHnDe D Elmure Stanford S U Stanford T P Illll Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble t I U Stanford J UPettus Stanford Ed Stanford Officers S SHANKS t TresidMt J n OWBLEY Cashier W K niUOlIT Astt Cashier ECLIPSE SHOES X35O4 PER PAIR style durability have receivedour8pring leathers Patent Kangaroo every guaranteed satisfaction purchasing your Spring W E Perkins Crab The last resting your departed ones by the erection a suitable Monument It be and design the best material workmanship largest Monuments Markers TAblets Granite Central Kentucky Lettering pneumatic better cheaper t s 0 IVM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky I WHAT Your Idea about Paint LOW PRICE LOW QUALITY lntIIS good THE SHERWINWILliAMS PAINT theres we quality economical poorly contains poor material measure what for use CRAIG Pharmacist ir Stanford I SAM BAUGHMAN wellknown Turnorsvllle GAMBRUNO 7812 January Wilkes Clementine MaryEldlorebruncllo2ijl Oumbruno splendid Bhtikertown Living produce acting racing qualltlea twoyearold furnished responsible accidents HAUGHM Danville flours Uaavlllet Ranchman 1Ky place exclusive artistic Marble Duke Of Richmond Combined Bullion Will mako the season of 1904 at my farm one mile South of McKinney on Mt Salem pike at the low price of f8 tQ insure a living colt If mare Is parted with In surance is forfeited and money is then due no exception to this rule Description and Pedigree Four years dark bay full 16 hands high a fine individual with best of style and action byTom s standard and registered lit dam by General Duke and dam by Warren Harris Denmark 3rd dam by Crocket NOTE Tom Covington if a combined horse with a record of 228 14 trial 219 his dam was by Kentucky Chief and dam Parsons Abdallah General Duke had a record in 1878 of 245 he was by Embrys Lexington by Qld Lexington Will also stand at same place and ontsame terms the two well known Jacks t Jim Porter and Brignolia Jr tlabtlshedbenfIred by fingnolia the celebrated Jack are both well broke and very reliable Mares from a distance will be kept in any way desired at reasonable prices with best attention but not responsible for accidents of eSt capes H S SCUDDER McKlrmeyj Ky A