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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL j VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 29 1904 8 A M NO 18 kl MATRIMONIAL i Mtn Ada Gray daughter of Mr and II Mr J P Gray nod Walter Glenn a f machlnlit ID the Q 0 ehopi were married at at the Methodlil parsonage at Somerset Iii reported hero that George C Dunn formerly or ibis placo but now of Mobile Ala li soon to be married to Mlu Lottto Elder a cbartnlag young woman of Naihfllle John Q Smiley ion of Thomas H Smiley sad idles 3tclla May Richard too botb of Lexington were married Wednesday Miss Edna Baugbmao of the Wcit End was one of the guest at tbo wedding Col Iiaao Shelby of Arcadia Lincoln county announces the engage moot of his daughter Joan Steel to Mr Peter M MoRobert of Stanford Tbo marriage will bo celebrated early In June Tbo news li very Interesting here at It will be a union of two very prominent and widely popular social favorites and both are well known In Lexington Miss Shelby has numerous kinsmen In this city and she li one of the brightest and mod charming mem S bcri In a very largo family of attract Iwo daughters and sons roared at Ar cadia tho splendid old country home of the Shelbys near Danville Mr Moltobcita Is a successful sod Influen tial lawyer of his city Lexington Leader LAND STOCK CROPS ETC W H Shanks bought of various par ties 100 85 pound shoats at 4o The Imp Scorpion mare of J T Em bry and JO Reid dropped a tine stud colt by Imp Ruskin HORSK8 E H Beatley will hare 30 Nebraska horses at the shipping pens I hero Saturday April 30 Seo them 400 bushel extra cultivated hemp- seed I for sale at 12 per bushel If taken 4atonce J T Dackley Son Lytle KyatFOR SALE One twoyear old and several extra high zrade Polled Angus i yearling bulls J O and S a Daugb manStWoods Cowan McCormack want 100000 pounds of wx l They will pay the highest market price at Stanford and Quitoovllle There are oo prospects for the bill for the relief of tobacco growers get ties out of committee Senator Click burn hopes to have It reported at tbe short session with an amendment giv lag the tobacco growers still more lati tude RIGHT HERE IN STANFORD Penny guarantees to refund money If Hyomol rails to cure tho worst case of catarrh It Is no uncommon thing to see a med lade advertised as II guaranteed cure ti Bat Investigation usually shows that tbe guarantee Is made by some unknown firm hundreds of miles away The guarantee though that cornea with Uyomel la entirely different It Is made by Mr Penny one of the most reliable drug firms la this section He ad ferUleS that If Uyomel floes not cure the wont case of catarrh be will return the 3money without any question or argument r No business house in Stanford his a bet ter reputation for square dealing than Mr Penny and when be guarantees that ho will refund tho money if Hyomel fails to cure catarrh no one hue any question as to the agreement being lived up to both fn the spirit and letter Hyomei Is very easy and pleasant to nse Just breathe It through the little In baler that comes with evey outfit every breath will bring recovery so much the nearer It kills all the germs of catarrhal troubles In the air passages of the head throat and lunge soothes and heals the irritated mucous membrane and is the only natural euro for catarrh The complete outfit costs but one dol lar and extra bottles of Hyomei can be obtained for 50 cents Do not let a alight to catarrhal trouble develop Into one tbs may bo serious and chronic Use Hyomei at onco remembering that you run no risk whatever when you try Hyo t mot on Mr Pennys offer of No money a no pays n e DIAGNOSIS First a sneeze and then a shiver Theo a fever and a chill Then a qualm and then a quiver And a general painful thrill Then a muscular contraction Like an alligators nip Lassitude and dull Inaction Its the grip Mustard baths and pills and powders Superhoatclilemooado Tepid broths Insipid chowders Spoons and bottles on parade Somewhere birds are sweetly singing And tbe lambkins gaily skip But In vela tbo knell Is ringing Its the grip Capt J S Chapman aged 74 Is dead at Columbia LANCASTER I License has been limed for a box ball alley to bo opened hero The room over tbo W O T U has been rooted for that purpose Messrs J W Sweeney and Wm T Wet purchased the Partln property on Danville street Tboy otter this property for sale It being bought on InvestmentThe gentlemen to contribute to the Lancaster Athletic Tournament are Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford democratic candidate for Congress and Senator James B McCrcary A large crowd attended tbe sale of James I Hamiltons lots Friday after noon The places sold well as they are in a very desirable part of town The opening of the now street through his placo will bo a great help to the peo plo living on tbe Buckeye road The Ladles of the Christian church are preparing to have a market for pot ted plants In the hardware store of Mount It Elkln They will be prepar ed to supply all seasonable plants at reasonable figures and will greatly ap preciate the patronage accorded them The republican county convention was well attended The resolutions unanimously adopted Indorsed Kooee volts administration and the delegates appointed to the Stato convention wore Instructed to vote for W O Bradley for delegate from the State at large to the National convention The commencements programs of the Lancaster ugh Sobool have been printed Tho class Is composed of the following pupils Miss Edith M Mor row Flonnlo C Hammond and Janle Gordon Doty and Messrs Robt Ches ter Powell Wm Hon Bastlo Chas A Maban and Robt Ware MoRoberts Tbo latest business change In our city was tho purchase of the furniture store of Jar A Besatey by Jas Dam Ilion and Wm Dunlap Tho store will change hands at once and Mr Dunlap who will have charge of the business will rearrangn the stock replenishing It with the latest things In tho furni ture line Success to tbe venture Mss Marguerite Klnnalrd entertain ed a few of her friends Tuesday eve Staofor1Aenuerefreshments were served and all en joyed the hospitality of this pretty and charming hostess Miss Bruce Pum phrey has returned from a visit to her sister In Oamlllon Ohio Wm Collier has returned to his home In Louis villa after a visit to his sisters Mrs J M Acton has bad as her guest Mrs James Morgan of Waynes burg Mrs Oeo Patterson and little daughter Helen and Miss Miriam Patterson are guests of friends In Be rca Mr and Mrs Wm Anderson have as their guest Mrs W S Bowman of Flemlngsburg Mrs John Storms and Miss Margaret Tomllnion have returned from a visit to friends In Lexington Mrs James Purapbrey Is visiting her daughter In Hamilton OhioA laud deal of considerable Interest was consummated Tuesday when Jas I Hamilton deeded to Jno E Stormes the property known as tho Herring place It Is Mr Stormcs Intention to erect a magnificent dwelling on the site now occupied by Dr Herrings residence The lot Is beautifully situated and Is now an attractive spot and after being further beautified as Mr Stormee taste will suggest It will be one of the most attractive homes In the countyThe Lancaster ball team won In a gatno against tbo Drt D team of Dan rills Friday at Athletic Park by a score of 11 to 5 Tbe Lancaster boys have a good team and will play some exciting games before the season clos es Batteries Lancaster Anderson and MoRoborts D D Castle and Scott Two base bits Lancaster Camnltz Hughes sod Brown struck out by An derson 0 by Castle 7 time of game ono hour and 50 minutes umplro Ed Doty Tbo Lancaster team will play Central University Friday 20th Ath lode Park- Mle Mary Gill Is visiting Mrs Wm Klnnalrd at Mlddlesboro Col Dan L Moore of Harrodsburg democratic candidate for Congress was hero last week Judge Carroll of Now Castle candidate for appellate judge visited Lancaster soyorsl days Wm Burton and Miss Fannie Doty won the prizes given at the Young Moue EuchroClub Wednesday evening Misses Mattie and Jennie Duncan are with Mrs Simp Elkln In Atlanta Mrs Smith of Jol lice Is tho guest of her parents Mr add Mrs George Farrls Miss Willie Belle Burnslde Is the guest of Miss Co ra Ward In Cincinnati Mr and Mrs James I Hamilton spent several days In HarrodRburg Mrs Banks Hudson entertained a number of friends at din nor Tuesday Miss Ada Dlokorson has returned from the city where she has been buying millinery for her estab lishment John Qulnoy Hayman a pioneer mill er of Lexington Is dead I NEWS NOTES Two men were killed and a building demolished by an explosion at Lamouc Mo Russia Is said to have succeeded In negotiating a loan of 1100000000 in ParisThe Lyceum Theater a vaudeville house at Syracuse NY vas destroy ed by fire A Grand Rapids MJcb woman died In a Queen it Crescent sleeper near Lexington While sheltered under a tree during a storm Jesse Downey of Franklin was killed by lightning Ills reported from Eversole Perry county that Price Moore shot and kill ed Lewis Colo a neighbor In a boiler explosion ln Johnson county M M Woodward and Charles Prltchard were fatally hurt A mob of Infuriated farmers near Armstrong idchased a Negro Into a creek and be was drowned The John Kress Brewing Company one of tbe oldest In New York has been placed In tbe hands of a receiver Six persona were Injured three fa Ullv by the explosion of a Baltimore Ohio railroad engine at Braddock Pa The bankruptcy schedule of John L Haves of Louisville shows 115 worth of clothes for aside against 170 of debtsWilliam Preston Harrison of Chica go has sued W It Hearst tbe Chica go American and Its editors for 1000 000 libel Thomas Emerson a Philadelphia Negro who was stabbed to tbo heart has recovered after tbe wound In that organ bad been sewed up The first telephone line ever built In Letobor county has just now been completed from Whltcsburg via Eolla to Stonega Va 20 miles Hattie MarT young sister of Gus lave Marx the hanged Chicago car barn bandit has lost her reason thro brooding over his execution Tbe collapse of a cage In tbe Robin son mine at Johannesburg South At rica precipitated 43 natives 2000 feet to the bottom All wore killed At the Grant birthday celebration at Galena III Gen Fred D Grant pre sensed to tbo city of Galena the reel dance formerly owned by his lather The Rev Mother Genevieve Gran gar for 66 years connected with the Convent of Mercy Chicago Is dead She bad been Mother Superior for 31 years An engagement of 20 minutes Is re ported to have been fought between Japanese and Russian detachments on the Manchurian side of the Yalu river The Japanese are said to have been re pulsedAfter starving himself on half cook ed food for months because he believed It to be In accordance with the teach loge of tho Mormon church Clem Hat ton a welltodo farmer of Davies county has become violently Insane Mrs Mary G Coulter a clubwoman of Ogden Utah will not be allowed to make an address at tbo biennial convention of the National Federation of Womeoa Clubs at St Louis because she voted for Smoot while a member of the last Legislature In his brief fighting tbe will of form er President Harrison Russell Harri son says his father received GO shares of Safety Car Heating and Lighting Company stock froe of cost for agree leg not to appear against the company In any litigation that might be brought The lowlands above St Louis on both sides of the Mississippi river aro now under water and the river Is still ris lag In many towns the citizens have abandoned their homes to the flood Thousands of acres of land are loon dated In the valley of tho Marmaton river Solatlo Rheumatism Cured I have been subject to sciatic rheU matlira for years lays E II Waldron of Wilton Junction Iowa My joints wore stiff and gave me much pain and discomfort My joints would crack when I straightened up I used Chamberlains Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cur ed Have not bad a pain nor ache from the old trouble for many months It Is certainly a most wonderful liniment For sale by W N Craig Tot Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has options In almost every county In the Slate con sisting of town property farming lands mills stocks of goods eta also several options on good property out of the State chief of which Is 150000 acres of cotton land in Mississippi An Invest moot In lands In Mississippi Is sure to realize you enormous profits Call at our office and examine the list of our property that does not appear In this Issue We arc In touch with Louis ville St Louis and Virginia real es tats firms and property placed In our hands to sell will also be advertised by these firms HUSTONVILLE D W Dunn has opened a firstclass butcher shop In the Allen Hunn blockDreamy Romance Cousin Faith ful at Alcorna Opera House next Thursday night Dont fall to see Reveries of a Bach char at Alcorna Opera House Thursday night next May 5 O S Williams has returned from Louisville with his diploma for tbe practice of dentistry and will be ready for tbe reception of his friends today- J W Powell sold D O Allen 21 150 pound hogs at 4Js Cowan McCor mack bought 42 100pound hogs of J P Rlffe at 4 40 and a lot of fat sheep of Ben Mayes at 2lc Miss Maude VanArsdalo desires us to correct tbe report that she had taken smallpox from having been unduly ex posed to same durlr g a visit to Bar rodsburg some weeks since Geo D Weatberford has bought the I F Steele lot from Dr Barker and his new brick hotel will be extended down to the corner of Main and Dan villa streets and will be quite an Im poilng structure Misses Edna Camnltz and Nell Adams were Shopping In Danville Friday We are truly glad to note the Improved condition of Mr Ed Stag who Is taking short rides dally Miss Lena Yowell Is visiting frlendi In Ponca City O T W R King has secured the contract for putting metal roof on the C W Adams house that Is being pushed rap Idly to completion The building Is to be veneered with brick and will be ready for the brick work In two weeks and tbe building to be ready for occu pancy by July let We have now permanently located with us Mr Chas Slaughter who bad opened a cash buying produce house paving the highest market price for all kinds of produce He will arrange In the near future to dress all poultry and ship to the eastern markets and will buy and store a large stock of f gge preserving them for next winters mar ket Jas Coulter and Emmet McCormack have bought of Pipes Bros the Jot lately occupied by the Geo Alford liv cry barn and will put up a building this spring suitably constructed for the business These gentlemen aro a valu able adjunct to our citys list of bUll ness men and are favorably known throughout Central Kentucky and we bespeak for them tbe lions share of the business In their line There Is a fixed determination on the part of the representative people of our graded school district to make our school among the best In the State tbe possibility of which Is within our reach Now that the school Is an as lured fact the date to bo announced later we note with pleasure tbo be ginning of Us good results In the ex traordloary demand for and sale of town lots within the past week Six of the mon desirable lots have been sold at good prlces and buildings upqn themall aro to be erected during the summer The brisk Inquiry continue and the tendency toward higher prices Is evidenced by a decided advance In desirable locations From tbe Plttaburg Dispatch April 23rd In tbo eighth Pfelstera place was taken by Howard Camnltz who managed to stop the scoring It was the fret time the fans bad seen tbo young Southern gentleman In actoo and from the amount of applause bestowed upon him when ho walked to tbe bench after having blanked the Reds In tbe eighth showed that they liked him real well Camnltz has ev erything In his repertoire that goes to make a successful pitcher Above all he seems to have nerve for no sooner did be mount the rubber than he be Ran to shoot the ball over the plate He used a quickbreaking outshoot with good effect and while two of the Reds managed to connect for singles he had the others guessing at a lively rate Nothing Equal to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrho ea Remedy for bowel complalntsln chil drone We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In our family for years says Mrs J B Cooke of Nederlanda Texas We have given It to all our children Have used other medicines for the name purpose but nev er found any thing to equal Chamber lains If you will use It as directed It will always euro For sale by W N Craig t t That Montana preacher who believes that the Lord helped him win llEOO at roulette Is likely to have his faith shattered tbe next time be goes up against the game Louisville Times Tbe Plnevllle Electric Light and Ice Co of Bell county with capital stock of 125000 has been Incorporatedt I CLOTHES AS THEY SHOULD BE r i 1 We arc prepared to show them to you when you call- Ready to put on and wear they meet the re quirements of good dressers in style and work i manshipNo for waiting for tailormade clothes when you can buy them out of stock see just what you arc getting and pay less money aslatrasslwsi KeaIGLOBEi KENTUCKYS ARTIST No un IV A S H R This premium saddle and harness stallion will make the present season at LoRan Hurst Farm four miles from Danville and six miles from Stanford Kentuckys Artist Is a beautiful chestnut S years perfect Kentuckys Atlst was sired by Artist Montrose No sr winner of the great sweepstakes prize at the World Fair he by Artist No tj he by King William 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 bv Gaines byMontroseBald Stocking 67 by Tom Hal f s Artist TJ dam Lucy No so by Brothers Dren non t S- KentuckY1 Artist sat dam Julia Thomas by Pat Denmark he by Sumpter Denmark and PatrickIstallions Kentucky Missourif judges New Corn Planter astahoiseewirsll We have just received our Oar New Tiger Disc and Tanner Corn P1atcr Something new and see HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Some 4ii Hoss Sense Reasons whya root not sheet iron the roof made last three times long best shingle and will cot very little more will conduct lightning good any lightning the gutter connected with down spout 3rd cent less danger and will reduce insurance enough pay difference between and cheap roof See Aldridge the and plumber that does work 11G S H ALDRIDGEDepot Street Stanford KyIFOR SALE Residence with 5 rooms and cistern servant room coal hen house stable and bn abed with SX acres of land on Danville street 34 of a mile from court house just outside of town limits and within 400 yards of graded school For Information apply to i Kyl dam Luc Thomas by Nero he by of s l 5 Kentuckys Artist has shown against and defeated all the great In and among them such horses as the 5000 lChief owned by Ball Bros the great a show hone Preston owned by Pat Dolan Artist Is only 8 years old and Is re garded by Kentuckys best to be the most per fect salted saddle stallion In the State I will be glad to show him to any one at my stable and Invite breeders of fine horses to come and see Kentuckys Artist before breeding I stand him at ho the season or Sis to insure a living colt I dont want your money until you have gotten value received A E HUNDLEY GUY L HUNDLEY Call them tin a is best 1st It will as as the 2nd It as as rod if is to a tile There ia 50 per of fire it the j to the it a S II tinner the Phono No halls porches d W Wallace Z Son jj Blacksmiths and Jaxoy EMMlkoiri Watt Main ItNlt Stanford Kentucky i i F Jr 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWALND SR a L a call IJle for Sheriff of Lincoln county sulJeetr II die action of the democratic party 4GEORGE W DeBORD Is a cnddate for Sheds of Uncem county subject to tile action ol the democratic rally T JEFF HILL SR la a cnJli tt for Sheds of Untoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN li aeandidate for ihtrifl of Uncoln county subject to al action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS1 w li a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjeet 4 to tee action of the democratic rartyIDINK FARMER- s a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to till action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS It aeandltaleforJlersubject to the action of thlj ds onaucarty W I HERRINIli a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tbe fooocratlc partYIMEREDITH E PRUITT It a candidate for Superintendent of Public ScboolsI of Uncoln County subject to the of the demo tratk rartyIMISS KATE BOGLE It a candidate for Superintendent of Public School of Lincoln County subject to action of the demo cra c party k HON D L MOORE- of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In tbe Eighth district to succeed Hon G G Gliber sub Ject to the action of the Democratic patty Your support Is earnestly solicited i R C WARREN- Is a candidate for judge of the Lincoln county Court subject to the action of the democratic party x JAMES D ANDERSON- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subJ- ect to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is acandldate for Assessor of Lincoln aunty sub jest to the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY It for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to thaction of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln count subject to tie action of the democratic party JOSEPH L RUINOCIC of Covlngtot was nominated for Congress by the 6th I district democratic convention at New port having received SO votes on the first ballot and E C Smith his opponent receiving 33 votes A cooventlo consisting of about 40 delegates from Grant Kenton and Campbell countle nominated Judge John T Hodge The State central committee will decld between the two Mr Rhlnocka moth er formerly lived In the West End of this county R C KINKEAD of Louisville 18 working Indiana republicans for mono to fight the sentences of Caleb Powers and James Howard Fugitives Taylor I and Flnley and Gov Durbln will ni doubt donate to the fund but Mr Kin kead will find It hard work to get other I republicans to throw their hard earned cash Into such a sink hole THE coming convention of the re ii publicans of Kentucky will witness a sharp struggle between former GOT W O Bradley and John W Yerkes frThepoints at Issue will be the organ of the convention and the seating I of the Ernst or antiErnst delegation from the Sixth district THE New York Sun which by the I way Is a republican paper says the premature adjournment of Congress Is abdication surrender and selfefface mont for the benefit of a single person h In his capacity of citizencandidate not a of president IT Is 104 years this week since the national capital was removed from itPhiladelphia and the Quaker City from It yet POLITICAL John W Douglass of Owenton has R announced for Congress J Frank Hanly was nominated for rr governor by the Indiana republican State convention President Roosevelt nominates Jus tice Peter C Pritchard of the supreme court of the District of Columbia to be i I United States circuit judge of the Fourth circuit Indiana republicans elected Senators Fairbanks and Beverldge Gov Durbln t and State Chairman Goodrich as the delegates from the Stateatlarge to the national convention The Senate In executlyesessyfn fall ed to confirm the tiomlnatloojjOf Win- D Cram coloredto bq collector at t Charleston S C and Senator Gallln ger withdrew the appointment + s j- ayWaarr Awa aa Maj John Bvrne who was prcsldon of the Sound Money League la 1896 Psye that the only conditions undo which Mr Cockran agreed to Ipealec were that he was to receive no pay and font his own bills The Sixth district republican convention at Covlollton nominated LOllleI Apple ate for Congress and IndoreI ed Job c W Yerkes for national com mliteeman P Ernst foi Slate Central commltteemaoI CHURCH MATTERS Rev Dr R H Croaafleld recent called to the pastorate of the Broadway Christian church Louisville was released by the church board at a called meting In order to allow him to remain I In Owensboro At a union meeting lasting till midJ night the people of Oak Park a ctgo suburb which had lust been sha ken by a religious revival subscribed 125000 to wipe out tie debt on thelt Y M C A building- A I very successful revival has been 10I progress at the M E Church South the past three weeks conducted by the pastor assisted by Rev Jones of London Large crowds have been ic attendance nightly Mtddlesboro Newt Without conscience or rollglout scruples an unknown man shot tc pieces the donation box at St Pauli Catholic church Lexington and appropriated the contents which repre sented the contributions of worship pers Rev Dr Powell says that hell Is a condition the Rev Dr Hamilton says that hell Is a place and the Rev Dr Ramsey says that bell la an ugly phan tom So you pays your money and takee your choice of the preachers pronunclamentos but after a while you may conclude that you are the phantom In an unpleasant condition In ao awful place Harrodsburg Democrat Rev H L Buasabarger who graduI Med from the Bible college last yearI but Is now attending the art college has received a call to the pastorate of the Christian church et Ballard Wash Ballard has 10000 population and Is a suburb of Seattle Mr Bussabarger li captain of the baseball team and a most popular student He Is now con sidering the call but the fact that he wishes to complete his studies and hat charge of several congregations wit probably prevent his acceptance Lexington Democrat Mr Buaiabar ger has frequently preached in thll county Crab Orchard Rev J B Jones will hold his regu lar services at the Baptist church Sunday Miss Nettle Harrla will be pleated to receive subscriptions from her friend fur their summer reading periodical II and fashion magazines Cbaa Frlsble of Lancaster repre seating the Logan Dry Goods store t was here last week D B Edmlston of Louisville made a short busies visit to relatives here recently Miss Pauline Hardln has been quite sick for the past week with pneumonia Wade Perkins friends are oleased to see him looking so well since his re turn from Mexico Ike Herrln thi clever jailer was shaking hands with friends here Tuesday Miss Ida Hold am Is very much better A tiny babj daughter has arrived at the homo of Mr and Mrs J McClure Dr F M Cllnkscale will arrive in Crab Orchard shortly fora visit of a month Cards sent to his friends here make that announcement He will be at the Govei Hotel and Is considered a fine dentist Mr and Mrs E L Gooch are rejolc lag over their first born a pretty baby daughter Mr John Brooke of Alt lanta Ga Is with the homefolks Mrs Jane Dickinson one of our oldest cod most respected citizens Is confined to her bed again with Illness Cheer Up Dont you be discouraged Cause de clouds la black Sunshine la awattln Fob to travel back Is seen rain aplenty Thought twould never quit- Chuoderlaanlightnia But I ale drowned ylt When de snowstorms threatening Dont you be afraid Spring will come as usual undismayed When de rose Is btoomtn You wont mind It a bit La seen a lot o winter Aol aln froze ylt Washington Star Robbed The Grave A startling incident is narrated by Jno Oliver of Philadelphia as follows I was In an awful condition My skin almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated palo 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 cided improvement I 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- ry them Only 50c guaranteed at Pen nya drug store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Joe Irvine has announced for assessor BoyleM Marcum proprietor of the Marcum Hotel Columbia Is dead I W T Pherlgo aged 58 and a native Garrard county died of Ho t leaves a wife and seven oblldrenIMrs Huddleatoo wife wealths Attorney Iluddleaton of Burkesvlllo died after a brief Illness Edmond S Rowland of St Lout but formerly of Danville has been awarded the sanitary privilege at the Expo altloo Fred Starkey bought of Wm How ard the Sam Higgins place for 11000 and will remove to It at once Somer JournalA child of Elmer Car of Perry vllle was scalded to death by the overturning of a kettle of boiling water I Obe Domaree colored who on Sun day shot and killed his sweetheart ialllItboutversity elected Prof T Lindsay flay ney of Frankfort to the chair of mod ere languages to take effect at the beginning of the next term In September Mrs Iva Allen wife of James R Allen of Power Casey county Is dead Only eight months ago she was united in marriage to Jamea R Allen her maiden name being Mill Iva Johnson daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Johnson Serious Stomach TroubleCured I was troubled with a distress in my stomach sour stomach and vomiting spells and can truthfully say that Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tableta cur ed meare T V Williams Lung burg Mich These tablets are guaran teed to cure every cue of stomach trouble this character For sale by W N Craig The Minnesota State pardoning board has denied the application of Frederick W Ames former chief of police of Minneapolis convicted of grafting A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester led know what to do In the hour of need Ills wife bad such an unusual case of atoms ch and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of Dr Kings New Life Pills and site got relief at once at d was finally cured Only J5c at Pennys Drug Store The Deboo faction of republicans de feated the Fisher faction for control In the First Kentucky district Mrs Robert L Taylor wife of the former governor of Tennessee was granted a divorce Congress adjourned at 2 oclock yesterday Eggs and Chickens Wanted I I want your eggs and all kinds of produce them to 8 1 Ora1 store Will pay cash for them Phone 118 ED HOnnAHU Stanford CLEANING HOUSE I You may nerd newcarpeti matting oil cloth rugs shade lace curtain tack curtain pole picture frame screen passe partoUt doors glass tables chain wardrobe couches dresser washstands bed springs mattresses Chamber suits water sets lamps chiffon lets folding beds washing machine wring era wall paper paper trunks tele elopes carriage paint paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORElAND KY THE EYES AND THEIR DEPECTS Owing to the great demand for properly fitted glasses we have decid ed to send tho assistant manager of our Optical Department Mr R N Rosmussen To Ilustonvillo for two days only May 10th and 11th consult him ai the Weatherford Hotel He will h in Stanford three dnys onlyMay 12th 13th and 14th consult him at the St Attu tit Hotel He will bo in Crab Orchard two days May 10th and 20th consult him at the Goer Hotel We personally recommend Mr Rosmus sen to you and make the following ofier any glasses purchased fromhlm which do not prove satisfactory after two weeks trial may be returned and money will be re funded We believe our business reputation is a sufficient guarantee for the abave statement Examination and consultation free JOHN C LEWIS CO- Louisville Ky r Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you tbe best tncrket price for your Poultry Egg Feathers Hides Fun Iron luau Etc Call at I NORTHCOTT A CO Stanford Ky SAM BAUGHMAN This wellknown lack will makotheteaio of 1001 at my farm tho Flcuner place eta Turnersvllle at eight dollars to tnnurn allY lag colt He is close to 10 heads is blue with mealy prints and U a sure foal getter D F GAIN Turnersrllle Ky I 11hanolhind a model In form with superior stylet a show hortu second to none either In harue or under saddl- ePnlenagSlred j by Dignity flare 1988 he by Ubcter Dnre bo HlucU fnulrrel hob Black Eagle ho King VIIIUmi Dlgnit- jDaros ht dam Llule Mont by WoMimonl he by William Welch ho Rysdloks tiara bletonlan Prospect lit dam Dor Dcano 240 by On Time ho by Stone wall Jackson tlr toll dam by Joo Abdallab he by Abdallah Oleneoet 8r aam by Funks Bumpier Denmark lilt dam by Ulaok Uawk Morgan 6th dam by Oil vur he by Wagoner 11th dam br Imp Me senger Will terra a limited number ot mares tho present seaian at IIS TO 1t SURE A LIVE COLT Money due whet colt Is foaled or mar trades or parted with Mare grated at es per month i al bills paid before removal of mutest pot retponilblo for accident or escape E P CARPENTER Moreland Ky Duke Of Richmond Combined Stallion Will make the season of 1904 at my tarn one mile South of McKinoey on Ml Salem pike at the low price of 18 to insure a living colt U mare is parted with In surance is forfeited and money is then duet no exception to this rule Descnption and PedigreeFour yean old dark bay fun 16 hands high a fiDe individual with best of style and action drives and rides nicely lie was aired by Tom Covington 18992 he by Limber Jim standard and registered lit dam by General Duke and dam Warren liar ris Denmark jrd dam by old Crocket NOTB Tom Covington h a combined horse with a record of 228 14 trial 2iQ I his dam was by Kentucky Chief 2nd dam Parsons Abdallah General Duke had a record in 1878 of 245 he was by Hmbrya Lexington by old Lexington I Will also stand at same place and on same terms the two well known Jacks I Jim Porter and Brignolia Jr Tho of these lacks is fully es tablished especiallyBrignolia he bainc celebrated Levi Hubbe Jack They are lanai well broke and very reliable Mares from a will be kept in any way desired at reasonable with best attention but not reponbtblefor accidents or escapes R SCUDDKR McKinney K- yHUMMER JR Day stallion 15 34 hands a good indi vidual with abundant speed lie is by Hummer 6112 sire of Bouncer 200 Stately 211 4 Spalpeen 2124 Quickly 2I4H Mountaineer 2ijU Speeder 2igV 15 in 230 Hummer AIIZ in a son of the renowned Electioneer andtavi one is the only son of Electioneer living that is out of a George Wilkes mare and with the exception of Arlon is the only son standing in Kentucky that has a 20 performer to his credit Hummer Jri dam is Zulma by the great Lord Russell dam GOliva by Auditor 773 Will stand at elo to insure a living co- llHAPSBURG 509 iCi hands high By Gloseler 20 im ported sst dam Jolly by Wonderful Boy 534 and by Preserves 822 First dam by Trinket 5 Imp by County King no ad dam by Champion of England jG6 3d dam by Ith dam by Grand Turk 138 Ha is a bred Cleveland bay English Coach horse weighs 1275 pounds dives well gentle and kind and high action Can show a mile better than thus min utes Any one wishing a high bred coach home to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style speed and action should see this horse will stand at tio to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid jack at 110 Mares grazed at ez per which in all cases must be paid before ar removed Care taken to prevent accident- but not responsible should occur J K Iluston- villeCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court I Martin McCormack PllT vs ADder son Carr Deft Notice of sale of Equity ot Redemption Pursuant to an order and judgment ol the Lincoln Circuit Court at the February term 1904 in the above style action the undersigned special Commit sioner will on the 9th day of May 1904 before the courthouse door In the town of Stanford Ky being the first day of the May term of the Lincoln county court scU at public outcry to the highest an 1 best bidder the Equity of Redemtion of the defendant in following described lot In said Iowa situate upon the East side of Depot street in Stanford Ky and fronting 20 feet on said street and bounded on the North by the Myers lot on the East by Depot street South by the lot of W B OBannon and West by the Ram sey Farris lot It appearing from the report of sale lied at term 1904 that 12418 of plaintiffs judgment with interest from Dec 14 1903 until paid was not or satisfied by the sale of said lot the Equity of Redemption in said lot was ordered that is the right to redeem said properly from the sale aforesaid by to purchaser be fore the I4th of December 1904 Interest thereon the amount of his purchase with interest thereon at Ironhei Dec 13 1003 together cost this order of sale and for the balance of plaintiffs debt which remains unpaid with its TERMS SALK Credit of six months bond with approved personal security lavable to the plaintiff and having ihe force and effect of t judgment and bear- Ing 6 cent interest from date untilper paid C WARREN Special Comr se SPECIAL BARGAINS Grand Leader this Week Wash silk 27 incites wide White Black Bills Tun and Pink worth The this week only 13c yard I8iuch Tiillbtn nil colors worth 500 this week tae yarda Molmir 38 larches wido grey only worth Ofio one weak only aDo n yardIworthTfio encciul 110- Inllilk muslin underwear at greatly rcduood prices To close out yourw remaining stock of Clothing und Mars Hilt every garment marked to cot und below cost Mens tt2 shoos this week 139 mans 0r0 shoe this I week 225 titans COo undorwenr this wook Sfic OWSIKY BLOCK WATCH OUR ADS GRAND LEADER M B Len y 8 Co S B Levyt Fouse Cleaning Hilts Buy such articles na Furniture Polish Gitpot Soup Mctnl Polishes Gold Paint Amonin t I tPowderPennys Drug Store J GO TO W B McRobertsDRUGGIST FOR LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED 1Ky LANDRETHS GARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS BOOKS AND STATIONERY HeatersGet our prices on Heat ers bfore you buy LarynsFew left from low prices Xmas at JOHN BRIGHT JR CO C McCormack Dealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily Highs est Market Price for Country Pro duce CeR McCormack Hustonville POSTED We whore name appear below strictly forbid bunting flihlng or any kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of tbe Uw 11BSpoonaraore T M Holmes NewUnd J B Oatnenlteb Peter Rainier W II Johnson lln Mary Olvens David Stephen James H White and wife E Carson 11 1 Ilitwklo bin Mary E Welch It A Lawrence Frank Cordler bin A D Root Sara I Reyno- ldsGAMBRUNO 7812t Record 229jdreat Maggie Raugbman 2 230 Oataros trial 4 321 alto of the high acting bone cold ltv J D Stewart for fiOOO January 1002 Sired by lambctta Wllkes S10X sire of Gulnetta 305 Weed Wllke 210Ji Lottie Lorlne 205j Oam bred 2IOX Eyelet 3OK Emma Offutt 311 H etc Flat darn Delilah dam ol Clemontlna 210 coals O 222 by Ad mlitratorl17 SJ20X Second dam Mary Elmore dam of Cleveland 228K by Mam bruucllo 221 Third dam by alar Davis Fourth dam by Rrown Pilot Qambruno U u brown stallion 15 3 hoods high splendid form and action and will muke the season of tD01 at my farm on the Sbakertown pike 3l miles froth Danville At gl5 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when mare U ported with or colt is fouled Oambruno bu two In the list and will produce ityle and high acting trotter so much taught after by he having proved his own rating qualities as a two ycarold driving Dr In third beat In 235 f Oral ftmifsbed at 13 JO per mouth I will also stand a first clean mule jack at eight dollars to Inuro a living colt Not rcspo lble for accidents JOHN 8 BAUQHMAN Dant llle naca 1 t fPRESTONStreet in Stanford KyrPreston is a brown horse 12 years old 151 hands high a perfect model with great style action Preston was sired by Washington No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 rat dam Delia by Roderick 2nd dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defected all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by J T Creothaw of Lexington Ky and Mont gomery Chief owned by flail Bros Why you should breed to Preston 1 Because he Is the greatest shew horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great show horses such as Electra that was told to Senator Vare for 1 2000 Rebecca that GeorgeWatsonby Gay Bros that won mOre premiums in saddle and combined rings than any three yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravlns of Illinois for 1500 3 Because he is the only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for 15000 I 4 Because he won the championship of the Louisville Horse Show 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Kv 5 Because he has won more money in the show ring than any other saddle lion in Kentucky 6 I will be glad to show him to any one at my stable and invite those wishing to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at IO the season or IUS to insure a living colt J C BAILEY Stanford I Ky t i I 3r CarpetsWn cant buy any bottor goods than the once we show Lookour lines over nil prices from tho cheapest hemp to the best Ingrain Big lino of IJrtiBsols in the eninplo line MATTINGS Now clean IItockullln this EOnMn lOc to JOc OILCLOTHS AVo Imvo a big lino of beautiful patterns inA1112 anti 2 y ml wide I CURTAIN SWISSESIAnd Panels THE JOURNAL STANFORD KY Antn 29 1Q04 Do you know why you can get the ben leo cream eoda water at Penny drug storey Uocaute our ton syrup all onyx front fountain made by tho LI- quid Carbonic Co In bulls only with a view of serving cold pure and healthy drinks Our fountain having ton clean ly syrup cans made of porcelain and many feet of coiled pipe for coolers li bulls lust to lull our trade flaring equipped ourselves with the very belL apparatus wo will give our past expo rlence and very beat effort to please all who patronize ua WE call your attention to our ProI icrlptlon Department flaring used all our effort and knowledge to ported our telvci lo ibis department we bog to u sure you that your prescription will bo i filled correctly and lust ai your doctor prescribes Ienays Drug Store PERSONALS Cot W O WELCHS condition li still very critical JUDOS M D HlOilBS of Laccaiter was hero yesterday MR W E VARNON II la Washington City 01 builneif j MR J8 OOODE end children went to Loulivllla Tuesday Mr 0 FRED Goocii of the MoKln Del section Is very III DR W B OARNETT father of Mrf t J S Hlco II Ill at her home MR JOHN OllRlSTUAK 8Rof Lou Is vllle hat been with his son here MR A T NUNNBUEV U hero from Texas to tee his father who is quite 111 MRS JULIA HUOHBS Is at Wlncbe tel with Mr B J Karp who It very III MR T W PAXTON of Cincinnati pool lateral days with Mr W II TraylorMRS C M THOMPSON of Lazing ton la with her father Mr T M Pen nlogton MRS MAOBIE BRYAN of Wllmore will arrive today to visit Mrs James P BaileyMR T OWBNS formerly of Mo Kinney orders his paper tent to him at Hominy O T MR AND MRS VM SKIDMORE are back from Loulivlllo where they have lived for several months Mn J B YELLMAN of the Amen S can Hemp Co Lexington was bere Wednesday buying hemp MR R O ENOLEMAN JR left Wednesday for St Louis to take a po altlon as guard at the Worlds Fair MR JOHN II FARRIS left yesterday for St Louis whore boo bat secured a position with the World Fair man G SINGLETON brother of Supt Garland Singleton will graduate from the Loultvlllo College of DentU try May 4 Miss BLANCHE VANDEVEER of Madison Female Institute will spend Saturday and Sunday with her homo folks hero MRS W E VARNON hat taken her daughter Miss Maude Vernon to flee dersonvllle N Oi for the benefit of her health A NUMBER of Hon Harvey Bolra friends and admirer will accompany him to the committee meeting at Law reoceburg today MESSRS T J BELL and James Glb ony of Liberty took the train hero for London last night They are delegates to the convention MR BANKS WEAREN hat rented the Withers cottage on Whltley Ave DUe and bo and his wife will go to housekeeping tooo MR W B JONES superintendent of the East Tennessee Telephone Co was horn with Manager H B Jones of the Stanford Exchange Miss EMMA OWSLEY returned from a visit to her sister Mrs J S Wallet i In DaoTlUo yesterday Mlts Mary Ma nler Wells returned with her MR GEOHCJE C KELLER JR of the Lexington Democrat was here yeter day returning from Buitonvllle whore lie attended Mrs J S Goodea burial I MR J R BUSH of Lexington spent Sunday with friends here Mr Dush leaves this week for Cartbacro Miss on legal bualnett Richmond Regis torMR FRANK LEE BILL one of the- graduates has our thanks for an levitation to the commencement exorcises LOCALS BLACKSMITH and woodwork shop for rent Butt stand In town Apply to J A Allen LAND HuDsoN colored was caught stealing corn from J It Betzley this morning and was placed In Jail IRENE little daughter of Joe Cork ey died of stomach trouble Monday and was burled at Mt Morlah Tuesday J N hoe opened a general merchandise store at MoKlnney Mr Thomas C Dodd Is the manager In charge AKERB JonathanAkan aged 78 died at his homo below Wayneaburg a few day ago A wife and a grown daughter survive him tpTilE Deaf and Dumb been ball team will cross bau with Stanford crack nine hero at 230 Saturday afternoon A good game may be expected BEGINNING May litwillsell for cash exclusively ThU means I will sell meat to no one except for spot cash O P Huffman the butcher TimE L ft wilysellround trip tickets to Louisville May 1 and 2 lice ited May 19 at II 35 and on May 3 to 18 limited three days at tame price on account or tbe races THE L k N will run another 1150 exeurilon to Cincinnati Sunday leav log here at 5 A M over the K C Illdoe to arrive at Cincinnati at 10 A M giving 10 hours In the city CARMAN Brz kiah Carman aged 76 died of dropsy at his borne near South Fork trestle Sunday cod wa burled at Mt Morlah Monday A grown daughter living In Cincinnati is his only tucvlvor DURING tbo dormMonday evening lilt the barn of Arthur Spragent wb lives on Rolling Fork Casey county was struck by lightning and consumed together with seven large work mules a lot of feed baroeai etc MR L HUBottESO representing Auditor Bagor hat tiled suits against the banks of Lincoln Boyle and Oar rard counties to compel them to pay taxes on their surplus and undivided profits for the last live years MR SPEARS FISHER andfamily of Mlddleburg patted through Tuesday to Dripping Springs They will have charge of that delightful summer resort this season and their friends ar requeued to remember that fact THBorderof National Benevolent of America hat organized a lodge at Waynoiburg with 75 member Mr W R Singleton It mister The Mod era Woodmen of America also have a lodge there of tome 15 or 20 member J O Caldwell It the presiding officer Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDBRS and her company of local gentlemen and ladle aro rehearsing nightly for their enter tainment at Walton Opera Bouie Friday evening May 6 The Arab lao Nights or the Prince of Liars It the name of the play which promise s to be a good one BUSTONVILLE TUDAY MAY 5 Miss Alvlra VanArsdalea entertain meet hero Friday eyealng was so obey er that she has consented to reproduce ItatAIcoroi Opera Bouse Ifuston vllle next Thursday evening May 5 If our West End friends want to see good clean show they should witness this performance by all meant TUE card of Dr Joseph B Beck ap pears In this issue Bo has opened a dental office In tbe Elmoro Building on Main Street and will appreciate a por tion of the public patronage Dr Deck Is an old Lincoln county boy and hat practiced his profession tucccitfully at Wllmoro and Bt Somerset Be and Mrs Beck have taken rooms at the Veranda Hotel for the present TilE following letter from Mrs Lll Ua Z Stark of Excelsior Springs Mo was received at this office yesterday I desire to learn something of m r and was born April 0 1807 In or nea Crab Orchard Ky I have receive- infortpation that a fortune of 00000 000 In Scotland awaits the Elder heirs As nearly as I can learn grandfather was of Scotch origin but of course must have proof Any one koowlD any thing positive about the matte- will confer a great favor by addressing me House Run the men folks from home and get the Spring cleaning task off your mind You will need some Carpets Mattings Rugs or Cur tains to brighten things up Let us show you we will save you money and show you the very newest goods to be hae INEW and stylish things at the Sa crap Stanford and Danville A reliable guarantee to please with every order THE L Nwill sell roundtrip ticket to Nashville May 10 1112 lira Ited 10 days at 1715 on account of tbe Southern Baptist convention RAIN has been falling ore or less since Monday night and It Is yet cloudy and cold Tbe oldest Inhabitant cannot recall a meaner spell at this season of the year TUE Lebanon cod Columbia Railway Company has been Incorporated with a oipUal stock of 11000000 for the pur p te of building a railroad from Leba DJQ to Columbia STORE ROOM FOR RENT The store room In the INTERIOR JOURNAL building occupied by 0 Roiendeln Co U for rout Apply at this office or write to W P Walton Lexington A FRANKFORT atcsays In corporation articles were filed In the office of the Secretary of State by the Stanford Granite Si Marble Company of Lincoln county It has 110000 capi tal stock DONT fall to tee Arabian Knights or Prince of Liars at Walton Opera Horse May 0 A severe motherinlaw a lively adventuress a naughty dude a trusting wife a prevaricating bUBo band and four other fine characters All home talent SOME 25 of our moo met last night and decided that they would have their telephones taken out before they would stand the threatened raise Mes ere W B Blgglnt S P Gray and W N Craig were appointed a commit tee to confer with tbo telephoto peo plo CLASSESOPENEDAdams Bros organizing physical opened their class for gentlemen at tbe St Ataph last night The class for ladles under direction of Miss Lucy Adams Is also In line Much Interest Is being manifested and the outlook for widespread enthusiasm le flattering Others desiring to enter daises or seeking Information concerning this great work should see or telephone Prof Curtis Adams at the St Atapb 8 Goode died suddenly In Washington City Monday and her romaine were brought to But oclock Wednesday afternoon after ter vices by Rev G W Mills Mrs Goode was with her sister Mr Nannie W Owen when tbe ODd came and she ac- companIed the body to Buitonvllle Her husband proceeded her to the grave only about six months ago and no children survive them Mrs Good was a Miss Williams and was a most excellent woman for death has caused mucn sorrow In the West End and wherever she was known THE this par asked Mr J S Bocker president of the Cumber land Valley Land Company If It was true that he had sold 4000 acres of the company land to parties In Washing ton City and Virginia at 117 per acre Bo replied that bo could not say with absolute certainty that the dealwould be closed but tbat be bad met the rep resentative of the parties In Cincinnati the terms of the contract had been necessary signature of the parties It will bo about 10 day before the title bond can be returned to him and the first payment mado Tbe pond tog tale wllldlipose of only one fourt4 of the companya land Mr Booker also states that the Black Mountain Railroad Co Is now extending tho Louisville S Nashville road from Pen nlngton Gap to within two miles of tbe Virginia and Kentucky State lice the grading ts almost done and at an early date they will begin the track laying It Is also confidently asserted by the well posted people of Eastern Kentucky that the Southern Railway will soon up Poor Fork The construction of the country and tho pastern portion of our State Is soon to enter on au era of great pros er more valuable coal fields than our own Kentucky NOTICE Tho heirs of Mrs Eliza beth CrutchQeld deceased have decld ed that her farm on Hawkins Branch shall be sold privately The place must be told by June let If you want It now la the time to put lo your bid For fur then particulars address or see L R Hughes Stanford Ky PROGRAM Graded school bulldlnr Friday April 29 730 P M by the Freshman class of tbe Blgh School and the Eighth Grade Invocation Rev P J Ross piano solo Bessie Yantle our queen English George VanArs dale Awfully Lovely pbylosophy Mary Burch and Sara Dunn first des r hunt John Downer piano solo Mat le McClary managing a mule Boward Withers military man Walter Single ton Robert Waters John Downer James VanArsdale George VanArs dale Uncle Sam and hit Mammy Robert Waters piano solo Claudia Eaton how Persimmons minded the baby Walter Singleton piano solo Allle Buffmin Court of Fame Cast of characters Mlnerya Mary Burch Mars Beverly Rout Mercury Fred Cook Queen Elizabeth Walter Ra leigh and Leicester Mettle McClary Walter Singleton and James VanArs dale Mary Queen of Scott Bessie Yantlt Jeptba daughter Fulsome McGutre Queen Isabella of Spain Bessie Hill Priscilla Mary Moberly Empress Josephine Sarah Dunn Ze noble Claudia Eaton Florence Night ingale Jennie Coffey Marie Antoin ette Blanche Newland Cornelia and the Gracchi Shelby Coffey John Jones and Walter Jones Ruth Mattle Mc Clary Eugenia Bessie Yantli Joan of Arc with standard bearer and drum mer Fulsome McGuIre John Downer and Robert Waters Martha Washing ton Mary Moberly Cleopatra Bessie Hill Pocahontas Sarah Dunn Colum bia attended by Uncle Sam and the army navy and press Claudia Eaton Romer Pence Vest Pence Thomas Watkins Boward Withers Victor Oil llland Bane Thompson Edwin Wood son Grattan Woodion and George VanArsdale Tableau Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Dr M A HELM Dentist Will be at J K Helms residence at More land each Monday He will be prepared to do all kinds of dental work at reasonable prices Satisfaction guaranteed WANTED I want to buy staves spokes heading lumber log etc Will pay highest cash price at Moreland D II 0 Peyton A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OrUeBobwU Drat Son In the Owtlsj Uoildlni THE Miss Willie K Hocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W EOfKE II SJNPron CITY KY rirstOlasa Turnout notes Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and hey For Bate Jesse W Sweeney rnoniKTon Livery geed and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm BHUOAE3 Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Refurnished and under entire New AUmteraenf Dobth favor porter meets all trains Lire Well Ilxbted Sample Room J Endless variety of Patterns in Moquette and Smyrna Rugs A special 1 12 yard long Brussels Rug at 75c PORTIERRESIn Stripos 200 to 8500 LACE CURTAINS At 7fjc to 8500 per pair Dotted Swiss Itufllod Curtains at 98c to 8150 WINDOW SHADESI- n White Green Yellow Also extra lengths and widths Crson Room SEVERANCETWO STORES 8z Room tl INTERIOR Dentistryt Kentuckyfile Cleaning Time SON Leader dayso HotelOooDEMrsJohn 3e forwardeds Miadleeboroy beetd her LUMBER CALVERT JUNCTION tReasonable Rugs MENS OXFORD Shoes for Summer Time Many Styles in both Black and Tan Good values vici kid black 88 00 Better Values Pat Colt and Tan 3 50 The Height of Style Pat Colt and Tan 1 00 The Best We Have Hanan 5 00 Fine Line of Hosiery to Suit These Oxfords Fancies and Plains It LET US SHOE YOU f sssee sssa Cummins a McClary use Tho make present at Peytons Well at to to Insure living about 13 hands hltrh beautiful spotted pony Individual R 0 Kr CRITERION On a coat means a deal to the wearer Its the ders of a coat the close fitting collar the perfectly built shaperetaining front makes the wearer r look andfeel Well Dressed If you will wear a I suit you will he satisfied What more do you want V Prices 750 to 1750 H MROBERTS Stanford Ky TRY ONE OF THESE I Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For a Clean and Easy Shave you cant afford not to a CLAUSS RAZOR c GEOROE H FARRIS CO Stanford Kentucky Dr Gussie M Phillips OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH HOTEL STANFORD KY TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY gd M j to 4 P M All chronic diseases treated Gynecology and Nervous Diseases a Specialty DIXIE One Shetland themypaceseason near a colt a and a perfect NUNNELLEY TuVnersvIlIe groat shoul that Criterion J Hare your colts cu trated by T F GROSS Preach ersville Ky the wellknown caitrator of hones and horse doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Try him FL 4 n MINTEKlORJOuRNALI tnlered n the pottofflce tti Sfanord at ittandclan matter t e1lmxaedTueSyyaadSztQa4m jari CASH at lIea aol sepsuaaoo will tsehsnxi j 0 II 1 KNOXVILLE DIVISION I 21 Tula going North 0001G4pm 2SOamII II 1la7amo25NoZJ II Ii BOB QUIS 66749 AJOO r leiballwill stand the above splendid Jersey at my place near water at floprivileges permitted j D OAMENISOH Stanford Ky t J H IOONE ft CO f LIVERY N5TfBbE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Ram Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal MIIIisWill sell privately r Will also sell a 15 horse power boiler All In good Ij Irepair Will sell at a bargain to close up Will take part pay In lumber PowgLt 9wxxaxr Stanford Ky pit1a2i Traylor rrOLALRSw Wlilskn Brandu Wines Beer Clears Etc VIOarpeterOlos toJ DepotSTANFORD KYI prompt end polite attention Nothlne hut the bee to drink Mal phone cr telegraph orders rtctlvt prompt ittenUoa FOR SALEI Ten acres of land a two etory front seven room oottage The house le new A Iplen did garden orchard There Is a large mill on the place a good crusher and the dam Is In good and the natural power is great economy In running tho mill Does a buslnesa Is In good repair and has alt necessalY outbuildings The owners only reason for selling Is the rush of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look alter Thus prop erty Is on the dancing Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a Fbr further particulars address SO ThurmondIt arsy Stanford or Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky to or sell farms wiiVdowelltoseeusT We have a number of sine Lincoln and adjoining county farms tor sale and will be pleased to show anyone If to sell plac41 Livery1tStable Stanford Ky T RBMationy Insurance flaent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners counties lncoln and Casey who may be seeking In suraoce against Kiro Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Companies represented and the low set possible rates are guaranteed Phone b- 2Stanford Kentucky i LIVERTROUBLES l and Thedforda BlackDra fht a good medicine for liver disease epentfOOMARTIN Parkersburg WTa If your liver does not act go to your and secure a of Thedfords- blackDmuhht and take a dote constipatebowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Thedfords BlackDraught- will cleanse im purities and strengthen the kid A invites cods biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weak kid neys in Bright disease which claims as many victims as consumption 25cent tiackago of Thcdfords Black Draught should always be kept the house DlackDraugbt excelitle THEDFORDSBLACK t DRAUGUT Men Who Can Sell Grain orI Tobacco Can Sell Life Insuranceand MAKE MORE MONEY Only tho few buy farm product while everyone Is a possible customer for life surance It will cost you nothing to find out our plan for selllngour now formiof Investment Insurance yon can find out by writing whetherlt will pay you to try It A course of professional Instruction given free The Mutual Life New York Richard A IUcCurdyPresident has paid holders over 130 MILLION DOLLARS Address BISCOE HINDMAN Manager U 8 Trust Bldg Louisville Ky HAIRBALSAM r ItutnotM a tolorfont rwrth UfQCanadetwat ON w IR A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Higgins sit McKinney Store Telephone N 01 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic disease and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills duo when services are rendered and must bo paid promptly BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce h Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pons In Connection E D PeytonDE- ALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers IUODBAIJUMIB FarnltareDlatUnxsRDS They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c+ J IfCGbMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMEK And Doalear In BABNESS SADDLIBY 10 Stanford Ky GEORGE I Ne GILLOCK Up To Da- toTONSORIALARTIST IDUltonlIIe Ky elegantlyP 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so licited I HUDdLE A P Sloan was the first to finish planting corn In this community Farmers arc rejoicing over the tow days of sunshine and tbo refreshing rains Eld F M Tinder will fill his ape polntment at the Christian church Sunday afternoon H M Spoonamore has returned from a trip through Kansas and Is much pleased with the country tbereIMiss Zora Rankin has her home at Somerset E B Miller Is vlsltln his family at Mt Vernon William Orr who has been In the Philippines for a few years Is with hit father here J C Eubanks sold 50 bushels of seed corn to Danville parties for ISO Jas MoKechnle sold a pair of aged mules for 1180 John Blanks sold some shoals at 310 L C King sold his corn at 13 at the crib Henry Rowe sold bis bay horse for 1180 About all of the hemp In this community broken- J R Beazley of Stanford has been hero for tho past 10 days crushing rook for our pikes He Is doing good work and everybody Is delighted with him and his hands Crushing rook Is an experiment that ought to be encourag ed for upon It depends the destiny of our pikes The ordinary gravel bed Is fit to be used no where except on gee dens as a fertilizer Everybody Is delighted with the In terest that our supervisor A C Dunn has taken In the pikes In this vicinity especially In arranging to keep the crushed rook on the center of the road bed Instead ot by neglect allowing It to roll off In the ditches He seems to realize that a rod of stone costs the county too much to roll off Into the ditches His motto seems to be to open the ditches and build up tbo road bed which Is the only plan to Improve our roads liDo IT To DAT The timeworn In junction Never put otTUl tomorrow what you can do today is now gener ally presented In this Do It today That is the terse advice wo want to give you about that hacking cough or demor alizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for It TODAyand let tnat remedy be Dr Bosehees German Syrup wbfbh ba been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relievo your cough or cold and Its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter bow deepseated your cough even if dread consumption has attack your lung German Syrup will surely effect a cureas It has done before In thousands of apparently hopeless cases o lung trouble New trial bottles 25c reg ular size 76c At all druggists KINGSVILLE Eld Buchanan of Lexington preach ed at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening Quarterly meet log will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday Master Freddie McCarty little son of J M McCarty has been quits sick Thomas and R M Nowland of Stan ford were here recently D C Allen and Leslie Reid of Huetonville were here a few days ago Mrs T R Tay lor will go to Lexington to spend tome time with her grand daughters Miss Elizabeth Crclghton has returned to Lexington to complete her course in stenography and typewrlLlolr at Smiths Commercial College Miss Annie Mc Kee who has been quite sick Is able to be out again to the delight of her friends A Groat Sensation There was a big sensation In Leesvillo Ind when W II Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life say ed by Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption He writes I endured Iniuf arable agonies from asthma but your New Discovery gave me immediate relie- and soon thereafter effected a complete cure Similar cures of consumption pneumonia bronchitis and grip are nu merous It is the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price 50c and Gusranteed by n L Penny chug gist Trial bottles free So great has been the number of fu nerals In Lexington within the past few days that the supply of hacks has run short and one gentleman who lost his wife sent to Winchester for car riages Others are using surreys or almost any kind of rig obtainable Thore are 26 closed carriages In th city but all bavo been in constant demand for almost a week Lexington Democrat Makes a Clean Sweep s Theres nothing like doing a thing thor oughly Of all tho Palves you ever hearr- of Bucklens Arnica Salvo is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Outs Boils Ulcers Skin Erup tions and Piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by Q L Penny Druggist In reversing the case of the Auditors agent against the Citizens National Bank of Lebanon for back taxes the court of appeals holds that the statute of limitation bars any recovery for moro than five years preceding the suit and tbat the action of the county board In assessing property is final and there j can be no appeal from It To The Voters of the Fifth Appellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for JudO of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the demooratlo party As circuit Judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a par tot the States history and at a most critical time As Judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In forco the provisions of the DeW constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose M to Its proper conI struction Almost Innumerable eases have burdened the docks s of my court touching tbo rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under tbo law How welt I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine- I will be very grateful to all who feol they can assist ma to secure the high position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL Speaker Cannon Is something ot a Czar himself The other day tbo Phil Ipplne bill was up and when he called for the ayes the response was very faint from the republicans All opposed say No continued the speaker There was a thunderous burst of No from the democratic sideThe noes teem to mako the most noise said the speaker calmly but the ares have It and the bill is pasted Through Sleeper from Lexington lo St Louis via Chesapeake Ohio Rill way Beginning April 28th the Chess peake S Ohio Railway will Inaugurate a through sleeping car line to St Louts via Louisville and the Southern Hall way to leave Lexington dally at62Q P M and reach St Louis at 730 A M Returning this sleeper will leave St Louis at 1010 P M and will retch Lexington on C O train No 22 at 1110 AI tho next morning I have used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets with most tatisfsctory result says Mrs F L Phelps Houston Texas For indigestion biliousness and excelglent Sold by W N Craig EVERYIODY IS NOT A TAILOR Having been In the Tailoring business 1edtoprescnt one of the beet tailoring firms In the country With my experience in measures and dlrtctons I satisfactoryfas my many patrons in this line will bur me out My prices are the same as Inex lerlcnced men who are in the business i also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suitings I will cut and make tf you desire at a moderate price Thank you for putt favors I am yours H C RUlIEY the Tailor Messenger Denmark I By Cottons Messenger Chief he brOld MetenfcrCht fam by Arch Denmark Will stand atlS to Insure a llv lag coltJIM PORTER cv nyearo4d JurklSVi hands blghproven breeder and a pJundld Individual known as the SliM Anderson jack Will stand at seven dollars to Insure a living colt Doth will make the season on Silas Andersons farm Man traded or moved out of the moneyduoW M BlllINKLES Rowland Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 160 arm of lead near Junction Cltfrut In levee gelds 25 arm In cultltilton ml In gram s nlroyoung orchard and one of the gape bar hors In Kentucky Itttj told 2300 undo of goalfroom frame dwlllnz good barn crIU etc all In goal repair 1rli tW 325 acres In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about 50 acre cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and 150 In grass Timber on place Is cut to 18 Inches but will mako barrel timber skiing lei ties and cord wood enough to pay fo the place twice over A large part ed are four dwellings of 4 room- each and one store of twostorles with rooms above has wells and springs of water Is In 2 miles of county seat and crows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 52200 One hal cash MlsslsslpplTherefor profiUM Investment as the Missis sippi DelU whkh Is now fitly described as Pros perity Valley The timber Is becoming snore able all the time for the reason that lumber people faset chases of timber lands In the South When the ber Is removed the land Is unequaled for agricultu ral purports It will produce a bale of cotton to the acre or will grow any other kind of crop raised In the temperate tone The soil nests no fertllliers and gives a yield whkh cannot be excelled taxes are low the tills Is perfect andjhe man who buys Delta farm and Umber lands al present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret This land Is di tolto per acre according lo location etc ar authorlied by the company who owns these lands to state that as other parties are considering the of these laude that we offer these tracts sub cttopriorsalewithdrawal Irons market or change In price wlthont notice However when notified they will hold any tract out of market long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About 11000 acres of this land has been sold by the Com pany since we received this option Fur further par Iculars call at our office blourandOriat Mill Anderson county Ky barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 years ago Steam and water power the latter 8 months of the year It Is an up todate roller mill with burnt for corn and meal bolt The engine is of 7 years run H acres with the mill Including what Is with the house of 5 room All for 0250 or 13 500 for tho mill and 14 acres One halt cash Has line trado No mill In 10 miles Central Kentucky Real Estate TltleOo Stanford Ky First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established M the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1851 then reorganized as the National Hank of and again reorganised uthe Pint National Ilaik of Stanford In ISIS having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It li better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer poratloas Solicited 55 38 Paxton J II Owsley II Shanks w0 Walker Coo VI Carter j n Foster L 0 Ooocli W ii Cummins II Shanks Successors to The Farmers Dank h Trust Company and under same Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial MoUOllEKTS Reid LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL 980000 Directors JlrlghIt continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT r- Nf e Ioneeand artlstlcdeslgn the best and of per feet workmanship of tJLetteringWM ADAMS a SON LexlngtonKyJi S 6350 a64 PAIR Iu For style and durability none oxeei them We have lust received our Bprlng Line the diflercnt leathers Colt Skin Vtol Kangaroo and Box Calf Kverr pair guaranteed give satisfaction Call In andsee the line before purchasing your Shots W E Perkins Your Idea about Paint PRICE is LOW QUALITY- Paint liAS as THE SHERWINWILUAMS PAINT 1for y you know the quality and its not economical Its poorly contains poor material or short You get what ill pay for time if you use SW I nu b BY WeN CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky FOR SALE I 287 acre of land In Lincoln eonu ty ICy on Ihe turnpike road loading from Stanford to Hustonvllle 3 miles from the former place In one of the best neighbor hoods In the county well watered has never falling spring and streams on sa me and known a the John Murphy farm All acrestacres Timothy and clovrj All under good fence desiringra see purcbnalogsCEO WOAHTEnTurnersvllleKy KINO EAGLE King Eagle Is 11 hands 3 Inches high dark bay all the gaits with of ItoyalKing1st dam by Eagle by lied brMillerthoroughbred greatOnver King and Allle 0 the grout slow mare that sold for 11000 King Eagle 2nd dam Is the dam of Minnie Baja the grent show mare that Mitt Cohen woo everywhere within 1803 and told for ISOO will make the present season of iDolat m stable 2f miles west of Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the low price of 810 to Insure a living colt Will also stand the great mule and Jack hilly Keene at 110 for mares and 120 for jon note to Insure a living colt Hilly Keene was bytheIrlnco tho sire of Joe Illackburn and Ilrlgnolta Dilly Keene stands full 18 hands high white points and al- breeder he Is unsurpassed as n mule or Jennet Jack Ills colts will show for thorn jackJimto Insure living colt Mares trad with or bred clio where forfeits tho Insurance and money be comes duo at the time of such transaction For further particulars call on or address S T IIAIUU9 KyPhone r r Offlairs J IIOOKElt Presi BT IlAlliiiH V Pros J J Ohr W II WEAUENAsst Ohr DJrotorsI V Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J 8 Rocker Stanford K L Tanner M D Elmore Stanford II T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J H Baughman J Pettus Ed Outer Stanfordf STQCK Officers 8 II MPreeldea J B OWILKT Cashier W M IIUIOUT Asss r Monuments materialI ECLIPSE PER In Patent to Spring Crab jKy WHATS LOW good asked is lower made measure every situated running plenty jennet llubblon parted Stanford Cashier fDORSEY OoUenAllneo ironJustenroaJ uoreey horses ever knownIhands anJ weighs 1100 pounjs a rrorenanj uniform camLiningIn demand at top prices Both the champion saJJI anJ CMiHneJ eeUIn of the American Horse Shows y4ittowas refused lore walktrot mare by him Ills servi preduclegneat Stanford at S20 TO INSURE QOLT j French Conch Stallion QUASI NO 2127 t In French Coach Std Books of America also In RrJllbilquo FnncalM liar Natlenaux No use Winner of first prize at the National Universal Ex position Paris TS competing with over 60 stal ringImported II Tlchenur b of Chicago in 1848 by black points small star i6ia IUdlHlrdam Charmantlo by U Dord anJ and dam by Revo neveIlarge fine high style and big acting colts and very kind to handle the attention of breeders to my colts bklnJsof be seen on my farm 30 of his get out of all mares Quasi will make the present season of at farm I 13 miles from Stanford on the Hustonv- llleftkttt3iarO INSURE COLT bytoreiJerresponsibility for accidents or escapes The best ol careful handling given anJ no accidents so far Tom Keene JrWill make the season at same place at t8 to Insure a colt This lack Is flmost a counterpart of his sirs ant from his breeding prove a high class lurrlortonJGreatWesternPhone mDanvH 0 Fe REIN J Address Stanford or Danville