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IF SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL f 1 VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUgSDAY APRIL 26 19048 A M NO 17 L I E Resolutions Passed by Ropull can Convention Saturday The republicans of Lincoln county In mile convention assembled RESOLVED lit Tbat wo approve of the call by the State commlltua for the State convention to be held at Louts vllle May 3rd for the selection of four delegate and alternates to the National Republican Convention at Chicago June 21st and the call for the district convention to be held at Nlobola rllle April 23tb for the purpose of electing lif o delegates and two alternator to the National convention sad alto an elector for the Eighth Congressional district and the call of the county committee for a mooting to name anew committee for Lincoln county 2 We point with Just pride to the brilliant and progressive administra lion of President Roosevelt and In ttrubt the delegates from Lincoln county to use every honorable effort to secure his nomination 3 That the following named persons are hereby named as delegates to said convention and Instructed to yore for our friend and fellow countymaa Geo W Gentry for delegate from the Sib district of Kentucky to said national convention at Chicago Geo M Carl son A D Florence W R WlllUms Ora Goooh Joseph Pbelpi K D Koakt Frank Atkins Jar Minks Hugh Baker Geo W Gentry John A Blaln R L Davlson Hell Anderson Elbert Daugb Richard Ride Harrison Graham Joe Reed Cbas Haynes J L Johnson R L DAYISOS Ghmn K D NOAKfl Seor LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Ralnland won the Cumberland Der by at Nuhvlllu W A Trlbbles Kate Malloy has a floe fllly colt by Ienoe William Royston of Garrard sold 100 barrels of seed corn at M R L Hubble sold to A P Banna ol Indiana a four yearold jack for 1160 n t Murphy bought 31 cattle In Casey atl to 31e and 11 bogs at 3 to 4 ie Huffman White 1k Sons sold to G M Olvens 33 ewes at 15 26 with lambs thrown ID G A Swlnobroad sold to R H Burton a cotton mule for 106 and to S O Thurmond a work horse for 16 J W Williams and J Frank Smith have bought the Woolfolk Givens farm of 83 acres near Shelby City at 107 notifies E H Beailey will hive 30 Nebraska horses at the shipping pens here Saturday April 30 See them FOR SALE One twoyear old and several extra high zrde Polled Angus yearling bulls Jn and S H Baugh man St Woods Cowan S McCormack want 100000 pounds of wool Tbey will pay tho highest market price at Stanford and Hustonvllle A E Hundley has sold his fine pony stallion flue for 1360 but the little fellow will finish making the season at Mr Hundleys farm- J D Pope sold to L F Bowder of Bell county hip farm of 70 acre on tf Fill Lick pike In Garrard county for 12700 He will give possession Oct 1 Latest reports are to the effect that not more than 40 per cent of a usual wheat crop will be harvested ID Indi anal but an unusually large corn crop will be planted L ASTERCOCRTTbere were 100 or more cattle on the Lancaster market cstorday soma selling ID the neighborhood of 41c Hollers were at He Butcher stuff was In demand at 3 to 3tc Not much was done In tbo horse and mule market MONTHS TRIAL FREE Breathe Hyomel three or four times daily and be cured of catarrh G L Penny one of the mot reliable business firms In Stanfordhw seen many natances of the rcmarkalio power of By omel to cure catarrhal troubles and oth er disorders of the respiratory organs Results In this treatment have given him so much ccnfidenco in UyorucI that ho will give a months trial with tho pos itive understanding that if at the end of R that time a euro is not effectedor enough relief gained to warrant a continued use t of tbo treatment for a while longer the money will be refunded Hyomel Is the only treatment for ca tanh that has over been sold under a no cure no pay plan and the only one where a months trial treatment Js free unless it curel- lIromolla not a pill or liquid Just breathe it through the neat Inhaler that comes with every outfit and benefit will bo seen from tho firsts days use Breath ed In this way the health giving Ilyoutl penetrates to the minutest air cells of the lungs and drives cararrhal germs and poisons from the system 4 The complete outfit costs but fl and extra bottles of Hyomei may be obtained for 60c Remember that if Hyomoi does not cure after a months trial Mr Penny will tetund your money and the treit 1meat will be absolutely free Reminiscences of Logans Fort U D 0 Edition Dnvlllo News I In tbo commemoration of our great Lost Cause wo shift not only to tbo Civil War but aro led further by the romantic Interest which attaches to leaders and leaderships of daring at tempt Within the city limits of pioneer Stanford there Is a spot near the fa moue Buffalo Springs which Is eagerly shown to antiquarians by Inhabitants who are proud of their historic father land It II the location of the stock ides erected by Col Berjsmlo Logan and his bravo little Bullole band who came from Virginia to settle the dark and bloody ground There wore at that time only two other settlements In Kentucky Harrodstown and Boones borough and It Is therefore obvious why Boone and Harrod ballod Col Lo gans coming with joy Henceforth he was to be tbo precursor of civiliza lion In Kentucky since It was bo who took command of tbo frontier post which led to the opclog of the Wilder ness Road to Cumberland Gap No sooner was the fort finished than hundreds of savages In full war paint were subjecting the heroic garrison to the horrors of selgo after Beige It Is In this time and the formative period of government which followed Immedl ately afterward that our Interest Is centered for In the first his courage and fortitude aro brilliantly displayed and In the second his political power and whims In May 1777 a body of 100 Indians suddenly appeared before the stockade forced the garrison to re tire within killing one man and wounding two there were but 35 In all In the fort 16 of whom were fighting men now reduced to 12 Ono of the wounded lay helpless between the fort and the Indians while his appeals for help were answered only by the frantic oriel of the wife within The heroic Logan moved with sympathy and dir log rushed Into what seemed the jaws of death lifted the wounded man In his Herculean arms and amid a shower of bullets from the foe bore him safely to his distressed wife This Is only one of many Instances of Logan bravery Toe powder and ball of the little garri son were nearly exhausted It bad W be replenished or all was lost There was none nearer than the Holston Set tlemants more than 100 miles but Lo Kao with two picked men set out over the mountains forests aod untracked crags to secure the needed relief lean log but nine guns to defend tHe women and children His resolute will made the trip soc cessful and the crisis was past the 100i satin of weeks was ended by tbo sudden appearance of Col Bowman of Virgin ia at the bead of 100 men This was the last reign that Logan Fort had to endure and Col Logan thus passed from military life to the civil From this time on he like all heroes of the Revolution became one of our states men Up to his last days he controll ed the legislation of Lincoln county both In local affairs and at the State Cap ital It Is a aaylnglntbls vicinity among old timers who delight In folk lore that Col Logan was a power amongst the boys An amusing anecdote Is told of the old soldier which Involves Stanford and Danville These two towns were occe contestants for tbo county seit of Lincoln and that Dan villa was defeated Is attributed to a mere accident It Is handed down by these same old timers that Col Logan who was considered a patriarch In this part of the State was wont to visit and be was received cordially to neighbor Ing towns out of his convivial habits and fondness for mint jullps At the very season when the contest for the county sent was at its height be chanced to be In Danville The old pioneer bad become a little tipsy and a party of young men played a practical joke upon him by cutting the un dorsldes of his stirrup straps The crowd which had assembled near the old tavern woro anxiously walling for the Colonel to mount Of course his mounting resulted In a sudden ills mounting and a dusty back he rose like the fabulous phoenix and mount Idg his horse he shouted to tbo jeering crowd Danvlllo will never be the county scat of Lincoln Having influence In the Legislature be succeeded In defeating the purpose of Danvlllo to romovo the county seat from Stanford This little Incident au ludicrous as U seems was a strong factor In shaping tbo future of Danvlllo and Is a fair Illustration of how the most insignificant event may load to a great result Mite M C SACFLEY Stanford Ky I have used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets with most aIls factory results says Mrs F L Phelps Houston Texas For Indigestion biliousness and constipation these tablets are most excel lent Sold by W N Craig a Rey Ella Smith a Methodist minister died from injuries received ID a runaway accident at Russellvllle NEWS NOTES I It is reported that Russia Is negotiat log for a 8160000000 loan I Marglo Duncan wbo was over 100 t years old died at Winchester The Farmers and Merchants Na tional Dank of Hobart O T has closed It doorsRussia Is said to be negotiating with Greece and Argentina for the purchase of warships Frank Rose the wife murderer was shot to death In the State penitentiary yard at Salt Lake City Harold Stephenson aged 21 years a son of Kate Claxtoo the actress com mitted suicide In New York Miss Gertrude Lsnbatn was burned to death In her home near Springfield Herdresscaught from a grae Frank Rose sentened to death at Bait Lake for wife murder confessed to having slain no less than 10 persons The warrant under which John Run yan was arrested during the reign of Charles II was sold at auction In Lon don for 81525 All office employesof the Sharon Pa plant of the American Steel Company bavo been notified that after May 1 their services will not be needed The three officers convicted of wreck log tbo Indiana National Bank at Elk hart mad were sentenced to the peril tertiary for from six to 10 years To relieve tbo bear famine In Pitts burg the Cincinnati Brewing Co ship pod 16000 barrels of beer to that city In response to a telegraphic order Women who from appearance are of the highest class compose the majority of the crowd which attends the Inquiry Into the Smoo case at Washington In testifying at the Investigation of tbo Smoot case Judge W O Powers declared that the Mormon church was a trust in commercial and business at fairs A severe tornado near McPherson Kan destroyed residences farm build loge and everything In Its path So far as known only three persons were In jured The Court of Appeals affirmed tbe judgment of the lower court by which Jim Howard was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of Gov Goy Goobel As the result of a washout near Floyd Mo an Atchison Topeka and Sante Fe freight train was ditched killing the fireman and brakeman and fatally scalding the conductor In a political riot In a Hungarian village 23 persons were killed and 40 wounded by a volley from the gen darmes who fired on the rioters after a commandant had been killed Lord Frederick Seymour Barring ton was sentenced to death at Clayton Mo for the murder of Jame P Mc Cann Harrington was granted a stay of execution until afier July 23 After the stormiest session in the history of the D A R Misr Harriet BalrdHuoy of Philadelphia was ex onerated of the charges made against her personal and official character The Chicago carbarn bandits Marx Neldermeier and Van Dine were hang ed In the Chicago jail yard this morn log Neldermeier was too weak to stand and was placed on the scaffold In a chair chair and all going through the drop Fort Scott Kan Is experiencing the most serious flood in its history The city Is divided by a cutoff from the Marmaton river and rescuing parties aro kept constantly busy The estima ted loss to property so far Is Is 8100000 No lives are reported lost At Lexington W T SIstrunk whole sale fruit dealer and Vincent ModIca an Italian fruit dealer fought at the store of the former on Vine each receiving severe wounds SIII trunk used a hammer and out several ugly gashes In the Italians forehead Ho himself received two severe cute In the back of the bead In Franklin county Vs James Now lla while returning homo from Emil cott on horseback was shot from am bush by an unknown person an was his little daughter who was sitting in front of him Both wore killed and the bodies woro found in tbo road with the childs arm around the fathers neck Nowlln was known among Illicit distil lers as an Inforrder and this Is suppos ed to account for the murder Best Mewdivine 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 these conditions There Is nothing so good for the coughs and colds incident tp childhood It is also a cer tain preventive and cure for croup and there la 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 Craig Central Kentucky Medical As sociation The Quarterly meeting of this an dent and honorable medical society was convened In Walton Opera House on Thursday the 21st at 11 oclock A M with the president Dr Caldwell of Perry vllle In the cbalr We say an dent and honorable order why The association was organized at Danvlllo In the office of Dr John D Jackson on March 24th 1871 with delegates from the counties of Mercer Boyle and Lin coin At a subsequent meeting Gar rard county was added to the list The charter members wore Wm Powltog the first presiding officer W B Har lab H Brown 8 P Craig George T Irwin John D Jackson N D Price A R McKee R W Dunlap D C Tucker J M Meyer Thos Kyle M L Forsythe J T Bobon and Henry Plummer Of this number but three or four now remain to tell the tale the others having gone over the great dl vide to rest under the shade of the trees With Its life of 33 yearsltbe as sociation has embraced In Its member ship many men of eminence The district society as It Is commonly called has furnished professors In many medical colleges and Cabout a half dozen presidents to the parent so ciety The Kentucky Stato Medical As sociation and more than one has aspir ed to position In the Federal govern moot As a medical organization It has done well fulfilling Its purpose ad mirably that of extension of medical knowledge aod tbo advancement of medical science the promotion of friendly Intercourse among physicians and the upbuilding of the Interests honor and efficiency of the medical pro fession The scientific program on this coca don was aa follows First paper for discussion Latest Therapeusls of Pneumonia by Dr Steele Bailey of Stanford furnished ammunition for a lively skirmish ovary member detail log his plan for the alleviation and euro of this too prevalent malady which Is believed to be the worst that now affects mankind Next was the report oftbe section on Obstetrics and Gynecology by J G Carpenter of Stanford This ana excellent resume of the subject the author detailing his own experiences and giving the opin ions of the latest and best authorities also Next on tbo program was an essay entitled QuI Custodlet Cu no du by George Cowan of Danville Then Dr Cook of Stanford read an interesting voluntary entitled Four Cases of Streptococcus Infection In one Family This was an unique expert ence and brought commendations from the members for the successful manner of the treatment employed Dr F H Montgomery of Danville read a valua ble paper on the different diagnosis between Rotboln and Rubealn detail Ing cases of each affection which bad come up In his practice during the past winter and spring This subject brought every fellow upon his pedestal digits A vote of thanks was given to W P Walton of the Lexington Democrat for the use of the Opera House After a most enjoyable day the As sociation adjourned to meet at Crab Orchard Springs the 3rd Thursday in July at which time Dr Harvlelle of Danville will open the discussion on EntorOColltls and the report on the section of Materla Medlca and Therapeutics will be made by Dr Gose of Danville An evening session of the Protective League Association was held In the of fice of Dr Carpenter The members of this body are also members of the O K M A Papers wero read by Caldwell and others on The Material Interests At 10 oclock P M the League adjourned to the cafe where they fed abundantly and even the thirsty were not exiled Many nice little sentiments wero expressed during the evening tbo ladles who were present coming In for the best tidbits Such Is the barest outline of the exercises of this reunion the most noteworthy possibly In the annals of the fraternity B Taking Desperate Chances I It is truo 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 cfiancea instead of giving their colds the needed attention It should bo borne in mind that every cold weakens the lungs lowers the vitality makes the system less able to withstand each succeeding cold and paves the way for more serious di seases Can you afford to take such des potato chances when Chamberlains Cough Remedy famous for its cures of colds can be had for a trifle For sale by W N Craig 0 V Taylor president of tbe Mor rlstowo Tern National Bank com mined suicide at Hot Springs Ark by shooting himself through the breast Ho lived long enough after the fatal shot was fired to make his will dispos fog of a large eltateI a CLOTHESfF F You wont find anything in Clothes more i snappy and attractive than the H S M Var i sitj Suit This is a young mans style but if you like i the looks of it on you we wont ask how old you arc The Prices are cheap when you consider how i very good the Clothes are smessaesw KUfTHE GLOBE ggcwww TPTr 1 G LTON 12910 i Sired by Oambetta Wilkes 2105 fat dam Daisy Field grand dam of Allee Wilkes 317 Alretta 21534 by EnHeld sire of six In 1iO and dams of 60 In 230 or betters 2nd dam Quickstep by Kentucky Prince jr sire of J Q 2 ITU Lemonade 2S7JJ and tbe 217HGallon Mambrlno Chief and Seeleyi American Star Gallons sire Oambetta Wilkes basis In tbe 210 list H8 In the 2 3001 lit having put 26 new ones In last reason till sons and daughters OalwQI 9 and highclans high acting sellers that comment Is unnecessary He has made tint hu seasons at mv table nlun In all and served 82 mares last season thus Is the very best or proof of astalllonbreeding qualities The above II a good picture of flalton just as he standsno ginger but his natural lei f Will stand at 110 to Insure a live colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits insurance and makes Reason money due Orals furnished after z Marl at two dollars pr month Will stand at my place 2 miles west of II nitonvllle on the Brad orditvlllo pike hone In residence W M DODD Hustonvllle Ky iNew Corn Planter We have just received our Our New Tiger Disc and Runner ornPlat ter Something new Call and see them HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Some Hoss Sense Reasons why n tin root not n sheet iron is the Lot roof nmclo 1st It will last three times as long as the boat shingle and will cost very little more 2nd It will conduct lightning as good as any lightning roil if the gutter is connected to n tile with down spout 3rd There is 50 per cent less danger of fire and it will reduce the insur ance enough to pay the difference between it and a cheap roof See S II Aldridgo the tinner and plumber that does the work Phono INo116 H ALDRIDGEDepot Street Stanford Ky j FOR SALE Residence with 5 rooms halls and porches cistern servant room coal house ben house stable and shed with 84 acres of land on Danville street 34 of a mile from court house just outside of town Ilmltaand wlthhf 400 yards of graded school For Information apply to layt d W Wallace X Son SlAoksmiths and Fancy Horse Shows WiitMin1- otrnt Stanford Kentucky j- w WE INTERIOR JOURNAL tI EC WALTON THOMAS D NEWALND SR- It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject lo the action of the democratic patty GEORGE W DeBORDj la a canal date for Sheriff of Lincoln county ubJecli lo lIIe action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR U a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of tot democratic party JESSE C LYNN It a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to ttt action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS tt a candldatt tot Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to ttt action of the democratic party FARMERtIt candidate for Jailer of county subject to the action of the Democratic party t JAMES C HAYS itIria candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the ocrallc party W I HERRIN It a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the ttaocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT It a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools it af Lincoln County subject to the of toe demo i eatlc ptrtyMISS 1it KATE BOGLE It a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo cnt- kputyLHON t D L MOORE county Is a candidate for Congress In the iElabth district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert sub Joel to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port Is earnestly solicited i WARRENi County court subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Ijeda candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub i I ject to the action of the democratic ptrt- yDCALLEN IDIs a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub parryIEMMETT MCORMACK- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Jed to the action of the democratic tarry W A CARSON Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county s- ub1jectto the action ot the democratic party E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln ceunry subject 0 the action of the democratic partyv JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR CountyIEDITOR LANDRAM of tho Lancaster t Record who edits the only truly lode pendent paper In the State takes this Tlew of Hon William U Hearit and his candidacy Many papers are jump lag on Mr Hearst and saying all man i tier of mean things about his candidacy t for tbe democratic nomination for prea Ident Tbe old saying that tbe tree bearing tbe best fruit bas the most sticks clubs and stones under It leads t us to believe that Mr Hearst Is a man of great ability and presidential tim ber of exceptionally good quality When a man In public life Is pounced upon so universally Its a safe bet be is being knifed because those accustom j ed to leading candidates by the nose can not work him Consequently as stated above we believe Mr Hearst to be a man of exceptionally fine qualifi tcationsTilE Mt Vernon Signal continues toe abuse and belittle Hon William Rant dolph Hearst Congressman from New York owner of seven democratic met ro poll tan dallies very probably demo cratlo nominee for president etc etc Some of these beautiful spring morn logs Mr Albright will arouse from his 1lumbers as It were and wonder why i he took such a foolish course He bad better retract his abuse of a good man while he can or be may be compelled to do one of two things eat crow by supporting Mr Hearst after tbe St Louts convention or go tbe way of many o called democrats who begun their downward journey by abusing their betters IN his speech In Chicago Saturday sight ID which be took for his subject the platform adopted by the democrat ic State convention In New York Mr Bryan disclaimed any personal choice forthe nomination for president but 1YIRoroUlly assailed Judge Alton B Parker and declared that the platform adopted in Albany was evasive am biguous cowardly and dishonest THE white republicans with a few exceptions were set down on good and t- bard at tbe convention here Saturday They had about as much chance to car ry a point as a snowball would to retain Its shape In the plutonlan regions The Messrs Davison bad the colored broth 1orat their command and they used him for all he was worth i AN endorsement of National Com mltteemau Yerkes wad gotten through the republican convention here Satur day by the but Bradleya name was not mentioned iiIi TUB Harfodtburg Democrat thinks that Col Dan L Moore should have all the say at the committee meeting at Lawrenceburg Friday because be the only candidate who has paid the papers to announce him While Mr Holm of this place will announce his candidacy In due time bo doesnt intend to be bluffed Into doing so by such tommy rot Editor Brown is old enough to know that It Is optional with the candidates whether they put their an nouncements In pipers at all Car tainly there Is no party law demanding such a thing The Democrat will have to hunt another reason as well as a bettor one for wanting to Rive Col Moore exclusive privileges and full sway at tbe Lawrenceburg meeting TUB turncoat democrats were turned down badly Saturday In the republican convention They have heretofore oc cupied box seats In the show but they had to ItOlIaway back Saturday to keep from being run over by the Negro machine which was well greased Some of the old liners also were sent to the rear to occupy teats IF the white republicans can put up with George W Gentry colored as their delegate there should be no kick coming from the democrats Gentry Is a good republican worker and deserved tbe honor ho got HONORS are coming to Hon William R Hearst rapidly A son has just ar rived at his home in Washington POLITICAL Reed S Nichols has announced for county judge of Boyle In his speech in the House Mr Coch ran proposed John Sharp Williams as the democratic nominee for vice preel dent The contract by which the owner ship of the Panama Canal passes to the United States has been signed sealed and delivered in Paris The belief Is growlbg among the par ty leaders In Washington that Senator Fairbanks of Indiana will be the republican nominee for vice provident More than 1400 bills nave been paw ed during the present session of Con gress The estimate of the total amount carried by the supply bills Is 587862 324 These figures will be subject to slight changes In pending bills It is believed that Bryans visit to Chicago may result In a coalition of the Hearst and Harrison factions against tbe Hopkins forces Bryan held a conference with a number of the Har rison leaders during his stay In Chics IlO President Roosevelt has sent word to his friends In tbe Senate that the nomination of W D Crum olored as Collector at Charleston must be con firmed Senator Tlllman Is away and it Is likely that senatorial courtesy will interfere with the Presidents wishesIn House Representative Dalzell charged Representative Cock ran with having received pay for speeches in the soundmoney campaign of 1896 Mr Cockran and tbe entire democratic side called on Mr Dalzell to name hIs au thority He refused to do in and took his seat in silence while Mr Cookran delivered a stinging rebuke The House passed the Senate bill ex tending the time allowed tbe States for the filing of war claims with an amendment providing for payment of expenses incurred by governors after muster Tbe Senate is expected to concur Capt Calhoun says the Fourth Kentucky will receive about 50000 and that tbe field staff and band of the First Second and Third regiments will get about 15000 Dr William Turner for 12 years chairman of the Warren county repub lean committee In a breezy letter to State Chairman Barnett tendered his resignation He dishes out a severe roast to tbe Federal oDicebolders who are now In control of the party In Kentucky declaring that they are op posed to the partys success in the State and only interested In holding their present positions ExMayor Joseph L RbiDock of Covlngton has a sate lead in the In structed delegate vote in the conven tions held In the 6th Congressional dis trict Saturday to tbe convention at Newport April 27 Hue supporters claim his nomination on theflrst ballot Congressman Gooeh is practically out ot the race Conteiting delegations were sent from Kenton Campbell and Grant counties It Is claimed that a rumpconventlon will be held and Judge Hodge nominated In order that the muddle may be thrown Into the State Central Committees hands and a pri mary ordered Tbe sweeping victory of former Gov W O Bradley In Louisville and Jeffer son county and his success in securing more Instructed delegations to the State convention than any other candi date for delegate from the Stateat large has made Mr Bradley once moro one of the chief factors In republican politics in Kentucky and has been a corresponding Influence In lessening the Importance of John W Yerkes who has been the recognized leader of the party for several years At every county convention not controlled by the oflJceholdersMr Bradley was Instructed for and In many where the machine controlled Mr Bradley says ho has 1284 instructed votes a President Roosevelt has selected Judge Beckbam WInlhrop to succeed William H Hunt as governor of Porto RicoFormer State Senator HenryLlttle capitalist and for a generation the leader of the New Jersey Democrats Is dead at Camden at the Bile of 81 years The HaulS was In session for five hours for the purpose of paying trib utes to the mamory of the late Senator Hanna and the lato Representatives Thompson of Alabama and Skllcs of Ohio Appropriate resolutions wero adopted The louse will bold night sessions this week and business will be rushed with a view to reaching an adjournment on Thursday IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The News wont a graded school for Danville Central iTnlverslty defeated George town College 3 to 1 at base ball al Dan villeAn explosion In one of the rooms ot tbe Stearns coal mines caused the death of five colored mlcers While fishing near Norwood Pulas kl conty Ferrlll Robinson was shot In the arm by an unknown party yearlIKentucky is lying near death door at his home near Dunnvllle You wan say that Harrodsburg Is practically free from smallpox said Dr M L Forsythe health officer In answer to the Democrats Inquiry Robert R Friend of Irvine has been selected by the faculty of the Contras University Law School to deliver the law class oration on commencement dayWilliam Miller was sentenced to the penitentiary for two years at Harbour vllle being the third man convicted of perjury as the result of a gambling game two year ago Two more men are yet to bo tried Fire broke out In tbe largo hemp hackling factory of Cogar St Davis at Danville which bad stored about 1100 000 worth of hemp but the timely ar rival of the fire department soon put the flames under control George Eaton of MIddlesboro who turned States evidence In the trials of George Gray and Len Cattle for the robbery of P Colgan wan convicted and sentenced to 10 year id the penitentia ry for criminal assault on a colored girl Mrs Ella Landram Dunlap wife of Wood G Dunlap the wellknown attorney and Exalted Ruler ol tbe Lex ington Lodge of Elk Is dead She was 43 years old and leaves two chil dren Miss Eugenia Potts Dunlap and George Dunlap She was the daughter of the late Gen William Landram of Lancaster and tbe later of Editor Louis Landram of the Lancaster flee ord Mrs Capt William McFarland of New York and Mrs Richard A Burnsldc of Lancaster Mrs McGul gao of Howard Ohio are sister She bad been In Illhealth for some months but her death was unexpected Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay tbe bet market price for your Poultry Eggs Feathers tilde FUrl Iron Brat Etc- Oalt at NOKTnCOTTA CO Stanford Ky POSTED We whose name appear below strictly forbid hunting aching or any kind of trcs pasting on our places and prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J Z Bpoonaroore T M Holrnet n P Nowland J II CamonUcb Peter Dalmer W1I Johnson Mrs Mary Glvens David Stephens James U White and wife P Hawkins Mrs Mary E Welsh R A Lawrence I rank Oo Uer Mrs A1ItooL Sam P Kovnoldj Millinery Opening r Mrs G n Prnitt has just returned from Louisville with tho latest styles at lowest prices at her old stand adjoining Pruitt Ures Furniture store where you are invited to see our lurnl1tureofmake frames to order Lace curtain stretchera Best in the market PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELAND KY GILT EDGE JR Saddle stallion proveoblmself byOnnon 2nd dam by Onstolti Telegraph bet ter known as the Ballard horse Gilt Edge Jr will make the season of 1904 at my stable one mile from Preach ersvllle on the Preachenville R Stanford pike at 10 to insure a living colt D M ANDERSON Preachenville Ky EAGLE BIRD The mighty son of tbe great King ogle Kagle BIrd as a show stallion has but tow equals He won the ISOO stake at Lexing ton Ky defeating some of tin greatest producedEaglofinished hones Is not surpassed Ilia colts are In demand and are selling for high prices either for business or breeding pur poses Will make the present season at tilt stable of hla owner two mllrs west of Stan ford on the Shelby Oly pike at the low price of f to Insure a living colt Parting with the mare forfeits the Insurance JAS U WOODS Stanford Ky INABOTH JR Naboth Is a beautiful dark bay with heavy mane and tall with good bone plenty of stylo and finish and has extreme high action and If worked would step as fast as old Na both his sire He Ie over 18 hands high weighs 1125 pounds and only Syearsold this May He la sired by the wellknown Naboth First dam b Messenger Chief Jr add dam by Grit Davis Srd dam Thorough bred Naboth will make the season of 1601 at our stable In Stanford at the low price of f 12 to Insure a living colt Uoony when colt Is foaled or mare parted with Mare traded or removed from this county forfeit the Insurance and the money Is Naboth Is considered by the best horsemen to be the best horse In Kentucky to breed to for highclass harness horse See him before you breed J It BEAZLEY Stanford PHYSICAL CULTURE POPULAR Physical Culture is essential to the wellbeing of mah You are offered strength gracefuland easy carriage of the body and a method whichwill enable you to keep well This method ia simple rational and especially suited for business and office men It is good for all mankind Men are dying by degrees for lack of exercise Lack of exercise means stagnation and stagnation means death Results Development Strength Health Are you nervous Physical culture will cure you Too fleshy Reduce by using it Too thin Work to your normal state How about sleeping Insomnia is a grave affliction Systematic exercise will put it to flight Educate yourself along physiological lines Keep every organ of the body up to natures standard Be a man feel good and enjoy life Get relief from indigestion and constipation You can do it If you are well keep well by using this system If ill cure yourself and remain cured Singers require a strong diaphragm Too often they overlook this very essential fact Lawyers need something more than eloquence Strength is of vast imp rtanee so is magnetism Clerks become morose from bad circulation of the blood Robust health will bring vivacity beauty Dud symmetry to boys and girls Parents should not forget this ofMissFor particulars telephone or see us at St Asaph Hotel ADAMS 1hysical a Lf a tiakw s Merv + r t 4w 1 Larger and Better Our line is larger nuil letter this season than ever Wo are showing tho nowost Wool Dress Goods hefQreIMohairs Voiles Ktamiuce Homespuns mnl Serges newest shadow Our line of Silks nro tbo boat to bo had WniU Silks 27 t inches wide nil colors 50 coots per yard 10 inch Taffeta nut tcolors 80 coma per yard Jlno Hue of yard wide Taffotai Peru de Soir nul Chnntuugea Ladies Muslin Underwear A largo stock Condo and trimmed nioaly from 10 cents to 1 gnrjiionta- ro orb showing n largo rind well selected liuaal Corset Wash Goods White Goods Percale Chovlots Towol j Notions Mens Furnishings hats lttowOWBLKY BLOCK WATCH QUit ADS GRAND M B Levy 8 Co S B LeyI ijouse Cleaning Hiijts Buy such articles as Furniture Polish Carpet f Soap Metal Polishes Gold Paint Amoniat X for cutting grease and dirt Persian Insect 3 Powder nod JAP ATC ntIPennys Drug Store GO TO 4 W B McRoberts FOR LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED JStnord 1Ky DRUGGISTf LANDRETHS GARDEN 4 WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS BOOKS AND STATIONERYHu HeatersGet our priceson Heat ers bfore you buy La1l11nsFev left from Xmas at low prices JOHN BRIGHT JR CO i Season 1904 Wood lawn Stock Farm RED LEAF I t yearoldrecord 222 in Oth heat over mile track Sire of fl with records better than 280 Champion show borne of Kentucky nud loading sire of high claaa roan horses anti 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 to Kcd Leafut Because he is not for sale I expect to keep him and breed und handle his produce and it is very natural that I the sole 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 hone having won 10 out of 13 races and a better record as a show horse having won 5S out of 63 shows than any stallion in Mercer or adjoining counties 5th 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 n in tbe list and whose sire C F Claysold for 6000 and whose dam sold for 1500 whose dams sire Red Sjoooo for a halt interest and who himself IRed Leaf sold at 3 years old for 81000 and al old for 1750 and that has himself sired M colts to sell for over Joosome as high as 82000 and teams from 1500 to 3000 in Mercer and adjoining counties Oth But three of Red Leans colts wero ever trained for speed and they all took records 7th But one of Red Leafs colts was raced and he started in is or 12 races winning first in one and second in all the others f as shown by the Year book and showed miles in 215 and would have been a sensational horse had he lived 8th Red Leaf has sired more highclass highpriced teams than any stallion in Kentucky in the past two years 9th lean show Several offers of over 3006 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 Red Leaf is bred to get them as his Eire is one of the worlds greatest sires of extreme speed and his dam a great producer and she by one of the worlds greatest sires spec4Red Wilkes and his sires the greatest brood mare in the world If horse he has proven he can get them of regularworlds famous Gipsy Queen If you want a business horse ho can get them that will sell for the highest dollars and his fillies are sure to be great brood mares If these are not facts why not I also have a good Black Jack Jo stand at es to insure a living colt R E GODDARD Burgln Ky THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Rocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louisi I otr 7r HustonvillaJPhotograph Studio It now open for business Located at AI UptodtoItyleldozen up All work Onlhed by the Perma toladebablel and eblldren can and see his die lonlya T J TCarpetsWficant buy nny bettor goods than the ones we show Look our lines oycrj ull prices from the clionpest hemp to the best ingrain Big lino of II Urussola MATTINGS in tho sample line Now clean stocknU in this Benson lOo to 40o OILCLOTHS 4 Wo have a big lino of beautiful patterns to 11 12 and 2yanl wide i CURTAIN SWISSES And Panels I Carson Room THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY AWHL 20 1901 t Arnold Sutherland Danville rub bar tires and carriage work specialty Rubber tires guaranteed for one year WE cell your attention to our Pro scription Department Raving used all our effort and knowledge Lop rreCLour selves In this department we beg to as sure you that your prescription will be Oiled correctly and lust as your doctor prescribes Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS COL WELCH continues very MRS BETTIECALD VELLl loaIlpol edMiss LEGRANDE JONES Is quite I sickMR J B DOCKEU went to Cincinna U Sunday GEORGE ELLIS Is out alter a two weeks Illness MR H DRIQUT BAYS was In Mays villa list week t JORDAN MtDDLL TON spent several days with Danville friends C C CARSON sod Willie Sugg of Liberty were here yesterday MR AND MRS W 3 HUFFMAN of Hustoavllle were here Saturday MRS CLEO DROWN spent several days with her parents at Mt Vernon MKSRHS J S RICE and L M Woi terfleld were at Lafollette Tenn last week FRANK LEE Is and W S Embry Is working In his place In Pennys drug storeMRS J a HOCK of Mt Vernon Is at Joseph Prlco Infirmary for treat ment tMRS WM YOUNG of Don wood Is with her sitter Mrs H D Boooo MRS BELLE HENDERSON of Gar rard was the guest of Mrs 0 J Mc Roberts VBBT CIIANOHLLOR of Lexington spent Sunday with his parents at Wai nut Flat ATTORNEY CHARLES P MONTGOM ERY ot Liberty was hero Saturday on businessMiss NORA SINGLETON of Pleasant Point Is visiting her slater at Lebanon Junction SAM W SEVERANCE of tbe Losing too Leader ls with his brother Will Severance MR R M ARNOLD of the firm ot Arnold Sutherland Danyllle was bore Friday MISSMOLLIEDROOKS of Crab Orchard was the guest ot the Misses VanArsdale QAPT WM HERNDON ol Lancaster took the train here yesterday for Co lumbla Tenn t MR AND MRS ROUERT COLLIER of Drodbead were guests of Mr and Mrs James E Holman MRS DR W S DEAZLEY and Miss Mattle Beazley of Lancaster were guests of Mrs W W Hays MISSES DAISY McGuiRE and Jennie Wllcber are spending a few dave with Mrs Charles Lutes at ML Salem ROIIERT E MORELAND of Lexington was hero Sunday to see his sister Mrs W C Shanks who Is doing lnicely E L WILLIAMS special agent of the Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Co Is hero assisting the local agent Eph D Pnaala Loa Mns D H SKINNER of Huston vllle brought her husband here Satur day to take the train for Stonega Va where ho Is dngaged In business MRS GEO C GIVENS Is over from Paris to have Dr J G Carpenter treat t her son Ewalt who Is having trouble with his arm which was broken some time ago Miss NANNIE PENNINGTON of Cor bin has boon tho guest of Miss Rattle Farmer Miss Ponnlngton leaves Sat urday and Miss Farmer wlllaccompacy tier home J 8 REED who has been connected with the Montenegro Rlehm MUllc- Company as uanager or their branch store In city for the past five years will leave In a tow days to accept are position with the company at tbo general headquarters In Lexington Democrat LOCALS FOR SALE 300 bales of Timothy hay at 65o T A Rico 2t BLACKSMITH and woodwork shop for r rout Beet stand In tows Apply to J A Allen ii RoansMrs Cicero Reynolds has a Mareobai Nell rote bush with fully ot the prettiest and sweetest roses on It you ever law BY tbe failure of too Glllzani Bank of Ponca City O T Mr Josiah Bishop lost 11200 Mr D S Johnston 1250 and Mn Ella Rose 1250 All of tile parties formerly lived In this county O W KINO has bought Button yule dr Green River Valley Telephone lino of T J nail for 11255 The line will be repaired 10 that first alasa service can be obtained says the Casey News ENTERTAINMENT ATPcnucScuooi An entertainment will be given by tbe Freshman class of the graded school and the eighth grade on next llBER CAMPBELL of the Somerset Journal speaks of Stanford at a village between Wayneiburg and Lancaster That Unt a bit worse than being a suburb of Burnilde ai everybody knows Somerset li Comeagaln DONT fall to tee alan Knlghu or Prince or Liars at Walton Opera Rouse May 0 A severe motherln law a lively adventurous a naughty dude All home talqnt r VON ALLMAN Toe little son of Mr and Mrs Fred Von Allman died yesterday morning of appendicitis Be was about 10 years of age and was a bright little fellow The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the com munlty bra Patton Brown and Cook attended him STORE RODDEDMessrs Cummins k McOlarys gents furnishing store was entered by burglars Friday night and the safe wu robbed of 1130 In sil ver paper and gold A lot of checks were also In the safe but they wero not molested Tbe safe was not locked but the apartment In which the currency was kept was However the key was laying In tbe safe and the scamps bad no trouble In finding It Entrance was effected by prizing the Iron bare of one of the back windows It Is believed that the work was done by local parties and Messrs Cummins it McClary will use every effort possible to locata the guilty person or persons A chisel tool room had also been broken open Capt V G Mllltken of Wllmore was phoned for and ho arrived with his bloodhound on the 1235 p M train Tbe canine caught the trail but lost It when the alley back of Boones stable was reached Bo was taken back to the scone of the robbery but did not get the trait again Whether the dolt was In bad working condition or the scamps had put something on their feet to kill the scent will never bo known It Is known however that our people were greatly disappointed at the dogs failure to assist In locating the nervy thieves THE entertainment given under the management of Miss Alvlra VanArs dale at Walton Opera House Friday ayunlng was highly creditable and en jovablo Every feature was unIque and pleasing and the good crowd pros ent showed Its appreciation by liberal applause The dreamy romance Cous in Faithful was well presented by Misses Jonnie Lyon and Susan Van Arsdale and Messrs T J Hill Jr and Jo VaaArsdalo Tho Reveries ot o Bachelor In which George Monefeo as bachelor bad a hard time determin log which of a beautiful bovy of young ladles he should chooso as a wife was good in Its overy detail The follow log young ladles took part Misses Al lie Huffman Mary VanArsdalo Anna Cook Kittle Goocb Jennie Pence Stolla McClary Myrtle Abrams Susan VanArsdale Jennie Lynn Tevis Car pentor and Mamie Moore Raney Between the acts Miss Jennie Lynnand little Lucy Lee Walton favored the audience with vocal solos and Miss Berta Jean Penny who Is a virtuoso as a whistler gave a charming selection Misses Myrtle Abrams and Mary Higgins on the piano and Boris Jean Peai ny with violin accompaniments added to the pleasure of the entertainment Mr S B Levy aoted as stage manager and made a good one Miss VanArs dale is deserving of congratulation for glylng our people one of the best rhowi of the Time Run the men folks from home and get the Spring cleaning task pff your mind You will need some Carpets Mattings Rugs or Curtains to brighten things up Let us show you we will save you money and show you the very newest goods to be hae SEVERAIfCE SONTWO STORES 10clPro bUI1baad planing lealoni House Cleaning IA FINE rain fell yesterday evening Two fresh milk cows for sale G A Svrlncbroad Hedgevllle STANFORD defeated Lancaster IS to 13 In a game of ball bore Saturday LOST on Danvlllo pike small dia mood stick pin Leave at this officer AUNT MINERVA BU DTra good old colored woman died Sundry She was 82 years old C ROSENSTEIN St Co proprietors of the New York Store are moving their stock to Frankfort to day Tile opt tbo U D C will meet with Miss Ella May Saunders tnls afternoon at 2 oclock MR J M ALVERSON his secured Mr U C Engleman Jr a position as a Jefferson Guard at the Worlds Fair HUGH BROWN colored charged with kukluxlnp was placed in jail Sunday morning by Deputy Sheriff Eb Law bon STARTED UIPowell Swecoev have started up their planing mill and are doing tbe good business they de servoNEw and stylish things at the Sa cray Studloe Stanford and Danvlllo A reliable guarantee to please with every order STORE ROOM FOR RENT The store room In the INTERIOR JOURNAL build log occupied by C Roseostoln Co Is for rent Apply at this office or write to W P Walton Lexington TUB report that Mr James D An derson of tbe East End has withdrawn from tbe race for assessor Is untrue Bo told us at Lancaster yesterday that he was In the race to stay and win CASIIGeorgeTerrill Cash 10 yearold son of Mr and Mrs H H Cash formerly of the Turnersvllle section died at Ponca City O T of pneumonia measles and whooping cough Friends here sympathize with the parents In their lose PAIDMr George D Hopper record keeper for the Mt Xenia Maccabee lodge received a warrant yesterday for 3000 the amount of life Insurance held by tbe late Fred P Bishop Mr Hopper at once forwarded the amount to Mrs Bishop at her home In Pooca City O T LINCOLN LODGE 311ethe name of Knights of Pythias lodge organized here Friday night by the colored people with 20 charter members Dr W D Tardif was made chancellor com mander E H Farmer vice chancel lor Felix Faulkner prelate Clarence Wade keeper records and seal Barnett Mlddleton master at arms The lodge will meet the first Friday night of each month- PHYSICAL TCULTURE CLASSES In this Issue appears notice of Adams Bro directors of physical culture who are In our city organizing classes for ladles and gentlemen The Adams method has been pronounced by many business and professional men of Ken tucky as the best of Its kind ever Intro duced In this State Tho Messrs Adam have placed their method In most of the cities and towns of Importance and always to the satisfaction of those who embraced it- HUSTONVILLEGe0 Bradley who was badly hurt by a train at Calera Ala some weeks ago is dead of his Injuries A wife and three children survive Ho formerly lived at Huston popular Mrs Emmett McCormack U very of measles Hustonvlllo defeated the D d D club of Danvlllo 9 to 0 at base ball Saturday Mra Ella Rose has sold the Cook homo near Hustoovlllo to Mr C P Brown for about 3000 KINO Mr Andrew J King aged SulphurSaturday erts graveyard Sunday morning after services by Elder J G Livingston at 11 oclock A wife and 11 grown children survive the good man and citizen Mr King was a devout Presbyterian but deDomlI was a work tbatchurchI hasIn republican county committee ITilE Saturday Is as follows Stan 1 A C Carman 2 Goo W Gentry 3 A B Florence 4 Isaac Hamilton Crab Orchard No 1 W H Cummins 2 W R Dillon Huiton vllle No 1 B B King 2 J A Blain 3 E 0 Goocb Waynesburg No1 Joe Phelps 2 J L Johnson 3 Frank Horton Dr R L Daylson was elected chairman CHURCH MATTERS Elder J G Livingston wlUoreach at Holdams Mill Sunday morning at 11 oclockRev George Gowan of Louisville has accepted the call of the Vine street church Nashville The congregation of the Adah Israel church In Louisville yoted to build a new synagogue to cost 1100000 When completed this will be the finest church building south of tbe Ohio riverIn affirming the Judgement of the Jefferson Circuit Court in the case of the city of Louisville seeking to collect taxes on the property on which tbe Third avenue Baptist church stands the Court of Appeals holds that prop arty used for religious purposes la ex empt from taxation and that the title does not alter the case Bon John Sam Owsley has announc ed as a candidate for County Attorney In Lincoln Sam made ono of tbs best Commonwealths Attorneys the district ever bad and Is splendid umber for the place now sought Central Rcord Roe David Newton Kennedy the oldest banker died at Clarksvllle Tenn A report reaches St Petersburg tbat the Japanese lost 7000 men In a battle on the Yalu river Fruit grower of the Hudson valley In New York will lose 12000000 by the recent freezes Three firemen were killed and 15 others Injured during a fire at Newark N J Yerkes claims that his reelection as National Committeeman Is assured Dr M A HELM DentistW- ill be at J It Helms residence at More land each Monday lie will be prepared to do all kinds of dental work at prices Satisfaction guaranteed LUMBER WANTED I want to buy staves spokes headings lumber logs etc Will pay highest cash price at Moreland D B O Peyton A S PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OaiMoTtr UcBoUrUDrof Store ID tbi Owtlsj- BoUdlns EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR Having been in the Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying I represent one of tbe best tailoring firms In the country With my experience In taking measures and dlrectons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear mo out My prices are the same as inex rienced men who are in the business I also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suitings I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank log you for past favors I am pours II C RUPLEY the Tailor FOR SALE I 2 7 acres of land situated in Lincoln coun ty Kvi on the turnpike road leading from Stanford to Ilustonvlllo 3 miles from the former place In one of the bet neighbor hoods In the county well watered baa paver falling springs running streams on same and known as John S Murphy farm All of said farm In crass about 30 acres i5 acres In growing wheat which looks well Tlmotbyandclover AH under good fence and good Improvements Anyone desiring to purchase a good farm will do well to set me or write me before purchasing OEO W CARTER Turnersvllle Ky Black Prince Black Prince was sired Emperor 27 dam Imp Jenny June Black Frlneo was bred by Shelby Te vis i Is IS 11 hands high black with white points and Is a good Indi vidual In every resp- ectColonel Bright Sired by Prince Napoleon 1st dam by Prince Snd dam by Oordover 3rd by UallardJack Colonel Bright was bred by T B Bright of Boyle He Is 15 14 hands high black with white points and one of the beat Individual In the country These will make the present season at that V Cook farm 5 mile East Stan ford at W to Insure a living colt Money due wucncoltls foaled or when mare Is tra ded orbred to other stock i J 0 KERB Rugs Endless variety of Patterns in Moqucttc and Smyrna Rugs A special 1 12 yard long Brussels Rug at 75c PORTIERRES In Figures and Roman Stripes 8200 to 8500 LACE CURTAINS At 75c to 8500 per pair Dotted Swiss Ruffled Curtains at 98c to 8150 WINDOW SHADES t In White Green Yellow Also extra lengths and widths i t Leader Room 1- Id JI MEN S OXFORD Shoes for Summer Time Many Styles in both Black and Tan i Good values vici kid black 83 00 Better Values Pat Colt and Tan 3 50 Tho Height of Style Pat Colt and Tan 4 00 Tho Best Wo Have Hanan 6 00 Fine Line of Hosiery to Suit These Oxfords I Plainsit LET US tICummins snrssssle tA McClary 11 Shetland present place Insure about hands beautiful spotted perfect individual CRITERIONOn the wearer Its the shoul ders coat the close ting collar the perfectly built shaperetaining front that makes the wearer Look and feel Well Dressed you will wear suit you will satisfied What more do you want V 750 1750 He Je MROBERTS j Ky TRY ONE OF THESJII Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For Clean and Shave you cant afford not to use CLAUSS RAZOR GEORGE Ala FARRIS a CO Stanford KentuckyI Dr Gussie M Phillips 111 OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH HOTEL STANFORD TUESDAY THURSDAY ifnd SATURDAY OA to 4 P All chronic diseases treated Gynecology and Diseases Specialty DIXIE The ono will make tho season at my near Peytons Wel at 0 to a living colt IIe Is It a pony and a O NUNNELtEY Turnenvllle Kv to of fit If a Criterion be Prices to Stanford a Easy KY M M Nervous R a a a Have your colts cas T F GROSS Preach eravllle Ky the wellknown castrator of horses and horse J doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Try him o h i THEJNTEK10RJOURNAL Entered n the potloflce a Stanford at itiondclan matter r buIaaTtaas xaaF tsdv JTi PER YEAR CASH ha 8t iopsHaa00 wilt bsehsnsa KNOXVILLE DIVISION t4TnlnolsgNorth 1O4pm I II 280am 028II 025II II SODth1217am1023 II u BOB QUIS 667494t AJOO II I will stand the above splendid Jersey at 1180at my near water igbull Return privileges permitted j 0 OAMENI90H Stanford Ky litJ He IOONE t CO x Proprietors LIVERY FIND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv j Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Oill on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In IteoalPortable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale Will sell privately Will also sell a 15 i horse power engine boiler All In good repair Will sell at a bargain to closo up bnslness Will take part pay In lumber Powcu SwEiiier Stanford Ky Pal Jrailort DULIR IK Whisk Brandy Wines Beer GlQars Etc Carplntl HOUII STANFORD KY 01011 to Depot f Prompt anl pollt atuntlon Nothing bat the bee to drink Mill phone cr telegraph orders receive eraacttttentioB FOR SALE Ten acres of land a twostory front seven room cottage The house Is new APlen did garden orchard There Is a large mill on the place a good crusher dam Is In good repair and the natural power Is economy In running the mill a splendid business Everything Is In good repaIr has all necessay ont bulldlogs The owners only reason for selling is the rush of other business as he has extensive to look after This prop teafromlFor further SO Thurmond Lytle Ky or L R IIOOUES Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Roal Estate Agents Stanford a Kentucky fAll persons wishing to or sell farms will do to see us We have a number of sine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have It you to sell Livery It In our hands Office at Boones Stable Stanford Ky U Nation y Insurance flnent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In the counties Mncoln and Casey who may be seeking In surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLlne Com panics represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed Phone b- 2Stanferd Kentucky rr MDS CECELIA STOWS Orator Entre None Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four I suffered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an operation as the only to get well I however operationMywell as I for homo with a sick woman is a disconsolate at licit A friendly druggist advised him to a of Cardui for me to try and ho did so began to improve inafewdaqsand- my recovery was very rapid With in eighteen weeks I was another being Mrs Stowoa letter shows woman how a home is saddened by pletelyWineness and brings health and hanpi ness again not go on suffer ing Jo to your druggist today and secure a f100 of Cardui WIRetCIIIIIUJ Men Who Can Sell Grain or Tobacco Can Sell Life Insuranceand MAKE MORE MONEY buyOnly the farm product while everyone Is a possible easterner for life In surance It will cost you nothing to find out our plan for aellingour new forms of Invest ment insurances you can find out by writing whether will pay you to try It A coursa of professional Instruction given free The Mutual Life Insurance Company of Now York Richard A McCurdv President has paid polcy holders over ego MILLION DOL Address B1SCOE HINDMAN Manager U 8 Trust Bldg Louisville Ky A K HAIR BALSAM abrIAnoanoaNerer fella to Retor ColorQuakuttrou xTurrl R A JONES DENTIST StanfordKy Office over Hlgglna A McKinney Ston Telephone Nag1- THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when services are rendered and must b paid promptly BD CARTER Successor to Bruce sit Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANTOUD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is toliciled Hones on commission Stock Pens In Connection E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J La Beazley Co J Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DBAtlStll FnrnitnreeMattingeRagHThey kinds a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY Jc+ McCLMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And DealoarIn aA1 I ESE SADDLZBY Ito Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky elegantlyP O Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business solicited r4li Tho Drink Bill During the year ending June 301001 tho American people drank alcoholic liquors to the tune of 1242043118 Counting live In a family tho cost to each family was 82f0 Think of It distributed among the great population equally every man woman and child paid out 810 60 for drinkIThis amount of money would build at least 60000 miles of railway wlthequlp ments no allowance for water Or It would build 200000 miles of good substantial highways affording the farmers exit to market at all sea sons of the year and easy driving mobtllog and wheeling for the whole nationBut we will not quit drlnktogahablt which dates from Noahs time Is not to be broken by a display of etattetlce- MATRIMONIAL Alvin Taylor of Harrodsburjr and Miss Nellie Arnold of Lancaster were married at the Commercial Hotel Oar rodsburg Mrs Addle Groves a wealthy In dianapolis roman has sued Morton Groves fora divorce on the ground that ho has squandered nearly 130000 during three years of their wedded life W S Rowland announces that the marriage of his daughter Miss Mary Bite to Mr Martin M Welch will take place at the First Presbyterian church Wed need I the 27th of April 1104 at 7 P M Danville News Serious Stomach Trouble Cured I was troubled with a distress In my stoWch sour stomach and vomiting spells and can truthfully any that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets cur ed medire T V William Laiogs burg Mich These tablets are guaran teed to euro every cue of ttomach trouble of this character For sale by W n Craig Lout oftheEditor Landrara Lan caster Record atteranexhaustivestudy of trusts bus reached the following conclusion The biggest trust on earth Is the newspaper trust It trusts everybody gets ousted for trusting mla trusted for cussing and If It butts for trusting gets cussed for bursting The home of Homer McDanell near Wortbvllle was destroyed by fire and his only child Incinerated To Tho Voters of the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic party As circuit Judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases whlch bayo become a part of the State 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 tho new constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Its proper con structlon Almost Innumerable cases hive burdened the dc0koe of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under the law now well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine- I will bo very grateful to all who fool they can assist me to secure the high position and ofllce to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E OANTRILL Through Sleeper from Lexington to St Louis via Chesapeake S Ohio Railway Beginning April 23th the Chest peake d Ohio 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 St Louis at 730 A at Returning this sleeper will leave St Louis at 1010 p M and will reach Lex Ington on C 0 train No 22 at lllf AI the next morning The case against Lee Turner tot complicity In the Quarter House fight was called at Plnevllle and filed away He wee placed under 12200 bond to the October term to answer Indictment for killing Prldernore the crime for whlc General Turner received a life sentence Lewis Rave has announced himself a candidate for the democratic nomlns tlon for Representative from thc Dreatbltt district to succeed the late Carl Day Hays Is a resident of Jack son and U distantly related to Attorney General N D Hays John J Boyle of Germantown Phi adelphla but 18 years of age and for years a cripple has been elected s member of the National Society of Fine Art of Paris on account of a painting exhibited In tbe salon ECLIPSE SHOES S35O a S4 PER PAIR n For and durability none excel them We have luet- received our Spring Line in the different leathers Patent Colt Skin Vici Kangaroo and Box Calf Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction Call In and see the line before purchasing your Spring Shoes W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky 2 DiGN ITV DARENo 1982 Vol 5 A S H R Corn bineclSlalllon Mahogany bay black wnlto only on left hind foot eight years old 13 JX hands high weighs 1200 pounds flat bone heavy inane and tall good back with loogI crany neck strong high mounted shoulders asaddle hone head ear on him a mode under halter wonderful style In harness a show horse sure When onr year old wore all honors In his class wherever shown also the blue tie In sweepstake har ness rings at same age When a threeyear old bo was shown II times wore 13 blue strings bus never been defeated In fancy harness rings has always been the victor In stallion stake rings as a breeder when shown with throe or more of lila get for size style and general conformation and for all purposes He Is a saddle hone with Ova dis tinct a1t fast line acting maker good In two and a nice loper very positive In his trot under saddle and In harness great all around action as Is required for an upto date sire of high priced sale hone for saddlo or harness He Is a sure enough harness horse graceful stylish and fast can show eighths In 18S seconds a 2Z8 gate with but little handling did this last fall after serving IH marcs last spring Ho Is possessed of wonderful norveandweed enough to get trotters for track use or gentlemens roadsters large and strong enough toget carriage hones with a kindly for all purposes of a family hone lie hone to sire parker etpIkh graceful substance docility It has been given up by horsemen that ho II one or the most breeders In Kentucky He types his colt after himself has never sired a sorrel colt The most profitable horse horses for the farmer aud small breeder to pro duco Is tho horso which servo widest range of purposes well Ills colts are show colts ofthe blue string wInners from the oldest to the younKel- tPEDlOlluSlred Chester Daro 10 N 8 II It bo by Illack Squirrel 88 he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gaines Denmark race horse Denmark F S he by Imlx lIedgetord DnU1 lint dam Liz RradlckiBambletonlanmont 4th dam Thoroughbred Wolchmonta first 2863 TCIUIS Dignity Dare will make the season of 1104 at my stable InUustonvllle at 120 to Insure a living colt when foaled Mares traded or removed forfeit Insurance and money becomes due and must be paid attime of such transaction Stares grazed at 12 50 per month and bills to be paid before removal of mires Grain fed If desired at reason able rates Mares Intrusted receive my personal attention bul will not be responsi isle for accidents or escapes Ihone In residence Hustonvllle exchangeD y tktJ i aI + First National BankOf Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Dank In 1131 then reorganised as the National Dank of In IUS and again reorganized as the First National Bask bf Stanford In 188 having had practically an uninterrupted existence It Is better supplied now with faculties for transact- 1ngbusinesspromptlyand well than ever before In Its long career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries gad Cer porations Solicited CAPITALS STOCK fiOOOO Directors J B Paxton J B Owslty 8 U Shanks W O Walktr Oeo W Carter 4 n Poster I O Oooch Wit Cummins nrllthtJL w H Shanks lurTheaccessor Farmers Dank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for II yean SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneflclal Offlcirs J HOOKER Prest 9 T llAitiiia V Ires J J McKOUKIVrS Ohr W n WEAItKNAnt Ohr Directors F Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J8 locker Stanford K L Tanner H D Klmore Stanford t lIaugbmanlItaofor4T t I Jas Robinson UobbleIJ II Ilanchman Stanford J M Iettus Stanford Ed Carter Stanford u LINCOLN OUNTY NATIONAL BAN9 t We Officers H SHANKS President J B OWBLEY Cubist w u nnioiiT Ant Cashlsn The last retting place of your departed onea by the erection of a suitable Mpnument Let It be of exclusive and artistic design the best material and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablet of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS A SON Lexington Ky J C R McCormack Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Produce C R McCormack Hustonv lIe WHATS Your Idea about PaintILOW PRICE is LOW QUALITY Paint as good as THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT theres none better cannot be sold for lees than we ask If less is asked you know the quality is lower and its not economical Its poorly made contains poor material or in short measure You get what you pay for every time if you use SWP J ay WeN CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky ARTEC ARLO 226 12Made over Versailles track in winning race Sire l by Antco 216 that sold for 50000 at public sale ist dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm Kt son of Mambrino Iatchen These two crosses produced The Abbot 2 oih champion trolling gelding Independencesdamfor Crtsccus i ozt the champion trotting stallion of the world You tee Anleearlos rOlponllbleforthe blood of both Antecarlo is a solid brown horse ist bands high weinghing 1170 pounds fine style and action One of the host posted men on trotting horses writes of as follows In regard to the stallion Anlecarlo 2261 bought of T H Smiley I will say I worked him about oo days in 1901 and I consider him one of the fastest trotters ever trove or In other words about as fast as I ever saw I have seen him trot a 204 gait timed a prospective buyer There never was a time while he was in my charge that he could not step a quarter in 321 to cart He does not need any extra riging of any kind I O MCALLISTM lie will make the present season at my barn in the West Kml of Stanford at Ho to insure a living colt Will also stand a good mule Jark at IH t insure a living rolt Ue sure and see this Jack and Horse before breeding your mares r t DOCK GRAY tShetland Pony years old j8 inches tall owned by Hugh Reid Foster will make the season at 1 10 to insure a living colt Dock is by an imported pony that cost 81 ooo in the Shetland Island and is regarded by horsemen as the best pony in Kentucky defeating all comers in show ring In tooj Lien retained on all colts until season is paid Mares parted with forfeits Insurance and money becomes due E H BBKZLEY So CO