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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALf u u tlVOL XXXII n STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 3 1904 8 A M NO 19 I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC I M Bruce bought of W U Tray- for 48 Impound ilop hope It 4o a D Carter bought of Porter San dldRO a touryoar old horse for 876 0 D Carter bought of P C San dldjra a gray harness horse for 1125 FOR SALE Two good Jersey milk cows U L Peony Stanford 4CO bushels extra cultivated hemp teed for sale at 2 per bushel It taken at onto J T Unckley k Son Lytle Ky 3t J M Cress sold to W P Grimes 60 70pound shoats at Ho He sold to J j 0 Fox for May 10 delivery 40 180 poucdcrt at Ho Woods Cowan it McCormaclc want 100000 pounds of wool They will pay the blgbeit market price at Stanford and Quitonvllle D C Slpplci of Moreland has bought 50000 pounds of tobacco In Ca boy county at an all round price of Oo and told last week at5o Casey News Horsemen have been notified that the management of the grand circuit meat logs In Augusta at Empire City and Brighton Beach tracks contemplate offering 130000 for a stake race for 215 trottera at each track A country hoe goes to the large packing houses at from 4 to 4io per pound and comes back breakfast bacon at from IS to 22o per pound An ox r change has discovered that be Is not the only hog In the traniactloo Jes JournalICo sold Kentucky Col noel a fouryearold 10band Jack to the Ilartmaa Stock Farmof Columbus 0 0 for 11000 and to Ford Bros of Ne braika a tbrcoyear old for ITftO They sold to Lyle Jacoby of Bourbon the saddle stallion Mark Eagle 1407 and a It bands three year old Jack to J 0 Barnes a coach stallion to Burbrldgo of Bourbon a fouryearold jaek and a twoyear old to S C Nunnellev of Fayatte These trades have been matte during the Ian 10 days Judge Saufloy and Hon Harvey Helm Winners Hon J M Alvervon member of the lat Legislature from Lincoln county was In the oily today on builness Be Ing asked by a TIme reporter what bo thought of the Congressional commit toes action at Lawrenceburg yesterday ho said Why It seams to me like taking candy from a child Our Lin solo county man Don Harvey Jlelm bad things his own way and dictated bow and whoa the nomination should bo made He is one of the shrewdest politicians In the State as well as one of the best bandshakers Mr Helm I predict will be nominated on the lit ballot at the convention In Sbelbyvllle June 23 Do is a big bralned eloquent capable energetic man and would make the Eighth district an able Congress manWhom do you people favor for pro ident was asked The sentiment Is very mush divided r between Gorman and Parker and- S Iloarst has some following In the county replied Mr Alverson What about the appellate race In your district lilt will be Judge M C Saul ey of Lincoln first and the rest nowhere He Is one of tbo strongest and ablest jurists In the State an orator of rare ability and a campaigner from away back He Is going all the time Louisville Time CURE CATARRH BY BREATHING Penny offers to return money If Hyomol treatment falls to cure catarrh with out stomach dosing t It for a few minutes four times a day you breathe Hyoraei all catarrbal germs will bo destroyed and the irritated mu cous membrane restored to health With every Ilyomel outfit there Is a neat inhaler which can be carried In bo purse or pocket Ilyomei breathed I hrougu this contains the same healing balsams that are found in the air upon the mountains where catarrh Is unknown It destroys all catarrhal germs in tho air passages of tho bead throat and nose and makes a positive and permanent curo of catarrh The complete outfit costa but tl while extra bottles of Ilyomel can be obtained for 60c making it one el the most ceo tcomical of treatments for catarrh Penny believes so thoroughly In the merit of Ilyomel that ho guarantees to return the money lIttails This is cer tainly ttbo strongest evidence he can give of his faith in the Ilyomei treatment It enables any one to use Ilyomei without risk ot spending money for nothing Ask Penny to show you a Ilyomei out fit and explain to you what a simple and easy way U la to relieve and cure your catarrhal troubles I Over 1000000 Catholics will be rep resented at tbo fourth annual conven tion of tbo American Federation of Catholic Societies In Detroit August 25 1 GOOD FOR HELM Congreeclonalburg Friday for the purpose of determining the time and manner of select tag the democratic nominee for Con gross from this district lion Barre Holm of this place got all be could have asked for Bo favored a conven Lion and got It notwithstanding both Messrs Gilbert and Moore were desir OUt of a primary By a vote of six to four the committee decided to told district convention at Shelbyvllle June 28 Precinct conventions will be held throughout the counties of the district Jube 25 A delegate county convention will be held at the county seats on June 27 when the delegates will be chosen to the Sbelbyvllle convention The following resolutions were passed by the committee Be it resolved by the members of th Eighth Congressional District Commit tee of Kentucky at a meeting of sail committee held at awrenceburg Ky Friday April 20 lOOt 1 That a delegated convention be held In the olty of Sbelbyvllle Ky on the 23th day of Juno loot at 1 i M standard time for tbo purpose of nomi nating a democratic candidate for Coo gross In the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky to be voted for at the regular November election 1004 2 That In said delegate convention the various counties comprising th district shall be entitled to one delete vote for each 200 or fractional part thereof over 100 cast for William Jennings Bryan In 1000 and the said delegate vote is as follows Anderson 7 Boyle 8 Uarrard 7 Jessamine 8 Lin cola 0 Madison 15 Mercer 0 Rookcas te 6 Shelby 14 Spencer 0 3 That precinct conventions shall be called In each precinct In this dlstrlot at 2 r M standard time on Juno 25 1001 which said precinct convention shall elect delegates toa delegate coon ty convention to meet at the courthouse In the respective counties at 2 i1 M standard time I on June 27 1004 The said precinct conventions shall be called to order bv the commItteeman for the oreolnct who shall preside un til an organisation Is enacted and he shall certify to the county convention the chairman and secretary of the pre olnot convention and said chairman- and secretary shall certify to said coup ty convention the list of delegate- elected s to said county convention Th various precinct In the respective counties shall be entitled to one delegate vote for each 50 democratic voter- and for the fraction over 25 upon the basis of the presidential vote of 1000 Hut each precinct shall be entitled to at least one vote In sail county conven tion It shall to the duty of the dis trict committee through tbo county chairmen to see that this order Is car- rIed out The votes of the counties shall be cast In the district convention as directed by tbo respective county convention 4 It shall be tho duty of the demo teats assembled at each of tbe std mass meetings to select the number of delegates to which their county Is en titled and tbe names of such delegates shall be certified to the delegate con vention by the permanent chairman and secretary of said meeting as tbe accredited delegates of tbo respective e counties 6 U shall be tbo duty of the respect lye chairmen of the various counties to certify to the said delegate convention the names of tho persons selected at each of said mass meetings as chairman and secretary 6 That tbe delegates who attend the district convention cast the entire vote of the county and that no proxies bo voted from any county In said district 7 That at tbe mass meetings herein provided for all good democrats In said district are Invited and requested to participate 8 That said delegate convention shall elect a temporary chairman woo shall preside until the convention it organized by the election of a perma nent chairman and secretary 0 That the said candidate who receives a majority of the delegate vote at the said convention be declared the democratic nominee for Congress of the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky to bo voted for at the regular November election 1001 that his name shall bo certified to the proper officers as required bylaw by tbo chairman and secretary of said convention GUM SULlHDit Kev Thomas will preach here Sunday night Ezra Tes terman of Crab Orchard was hero with the fair sex Sunday James M Gay of McCreary was tho guest ot his sister Mrs Will Roberts last week Douglas Brown conductor on the L NI was here Sunday Sunday school was organized hero Sunday evening at oclock W L BrasOeld treasurer of Maren go county Ala was held up in his office at Llnde Ala by two men and robbed of 14300 all but ISOO being county money NEWS NOTES W E Hamilton who killed John Lewis In Pulastcl was acquitted at bis examining trial The Daughters of tbo Revolution byyWilliam Broderlck an actor playing with Francis Wilson dropped dead In the Burnet House at Cincinnati Tbe major portion of tbe town of fleaaTbe loss le estimated at 1500000 A Floating Cbautauqua It to be established on the Chicago river for the Instruction of school children A woman frightened b a mouse yelled Ore It and createda miniature PhiladelphiaGalnes to a trree and shot to death at Kingston OwenseBecause nobody Is willing to tako the postmastersblp tbe post olllco In a Con necticut town may have to be abolish edThe safe In the store of Anderson Clay at Indian Fields was blown open and a large amount of money was ta ken White men drove a crowd of Negroes from a carnival at Eranavllle It Is thought a number of tbe Negroes were Injured Tbe New York home of tbe late Wll haveebeen sold for a prlee larger than 12 OOOOCO Mrs Robert L Taylor was granted a divorce from former Gov R L Taylor at Knoxvllle Gov Taylor did not coc test tbe case Clara Cooley of Clark county Ind drowned her baby In Silver creek say- Ing she was proceeding on a command from the Lord Dr R B Gilbert has been elected president of tbe board of church ex tension of tbe Methodist Episcopal church South Over 1400 bakers In Boston am on strike There are strikes In other In other New England towns and In JnEight persons were killed and 20 were Injured by tbe derailing of an atnKlmmswlck Mo nhomer McConnell of Sullivan Ind was burned to death In his cable un der circumstances which Indicate mur wealthyeThe trouble between the Truck Teamsters Union and the Team Own setstied by arbitration The Lexington Chamber of Com merce has raised 17000 of the 110000 which It proposes to offer as a guano tee fund for the State Fair Stockholders of the Norfolk West ego railroad are to meet at Roanoke Va Juno 17 to veto on a proposition to Issue t45000000 in 40year bond In spite of the victory of Hunter at tho London convention Mr Edwards declares be is confident of securing tbe nomtnatlonJor Congress In Augutand doe not seem the least discouraged ov er tbo failure of his side to control the convention declaring that bo gaveway to a unanimous vote for delegate and electorIn to protect children from injury and property from damage tbe Chicago Amusement Association Is planning to furnlrh free Orecrackers and torpedoes In unlimited quantities to every child In Chicago on Independ once Day The ammunition for patri otic celebration however must be ex ploded In the parka and public playgrounds under the supervision of a fireman a physician and a member of the newly created association Tbe organization Is capitalized at 1000000 Tbe Louisiana Purchase Exposition was formally opened Saturday at St Louis The opening was preceded by a elmplo progammo of exorcises which Included speeches by the Hon D R Francis president ot the exposition Company Mayor Wells the Bon Thomas H Carter Representative Tawnov Senator Burnham Secretary Taft and others President Roosevelt pressed the button In the White House which set the machinery In motion and tbo Incident was witnessed by an assemblage of prominent citizens and public officials The attendance was nearly 200000 and tho weather was perfect In reversing the judgment of the Carter circuit court In the agreed ca ses of Carter county against Zimmer man and Zimmerman against Brooks the court of appeals declares that the act creating Beckhatn county from por done of Lewis Carter and Elliott coun ties la unconstitutional and void In that it violates Sections 03 and 04 of the Constitution which prohibit the reducing of the area of the counties from which a new county Is made to less than 400 square miles their popu lation to less than 12000 and making the line within 10 tulles of an old county seat All of these provision have boon violated la the formation of fleck ham county the higher court declares Col WO Welch died at 720 this morning after a loop liloet wblcb be gun with blood poisoning No arrangements have been nude for tbe burial but It will likely occur at Crab Orch aril HUSTONVILLE Dogs killed and wounded a number of J W Carsons sheep last week Mrs Jennie Carpenter la home from a protracted visit to the home of her daughter Mrs Allen Burgle In Cold rado ORannoo L Ashley sold J A Glv ens 30 ewes and lambs at 425 Allen Yowell are going to make the wool trade very Interesting to the farmers who have not told their clip Very unexpectedly on Saturday lest our clever friend Ed otaeg who was thought to be well on the highway to health aID bad a very serious relapse and the sympathy of tbe entire commu oily la with bim- Prominent among a fishing party that goes to Bradfordavlllo this week Mlsse Nancy Ware Pearl Rout An gle Carpenter Florence Spragena and Misses Cunningham and Bowman Ow ens Tom Wallace R Spraggeas Oat car Maye and others Miss Pearl Rout entertained a co tone of friends handsomely at lunch eon on Wednesday evening Dr O S William has fitted up an ofilca In tbo Masonic Hall Ho goes to Mlddleburg on the 9th upon tbe earnest solicita tion of friends there many of whom want dental work done Late letters to our R R committee from the bead manager state that on account of a severe case of measles their surveyor In chief will not be able to commence the survey from here Into Tennessee for a few weeks but to not be discouraged as over half tbe bonds have been floated and the road Is an assured certainty LANCASTER Lancasters 2J team defeated Dan ville a 2nd team by a scorn of 13 to 3 The soda fountains are open and summer must be at hand although the thermometer falls to show It Tbo pupil of tbe graded school are preparing for the entertainments to be given the closing week of school and all are busy as bees and happy as the F M Tinder has returned from Mlddlesboro and Carlisle He preach ed to a crowded house Sunday morning on home Missions The collection for this purpose was the largest ever ta ken up The flower sale held by tbe Ladles Aid Society proved to be not only a lucrative but very enjoyable event Tbo whole town seemed bent upon decorating herself Every window con tithe a potted plant and every shopper carried home a bundle of bloom Thq ladles thank tbe pubIc for Us patron ageMrs A S Ford and little daughter Elizabeth who spent the winter In Texas have returned home Mrs Ford Is much Improved In health Mlea ScottIe Petty has returned from a trip out West which lasted for some months Her friends will be glad to know that her health Is restored Miss Josephine Dunn of Danville is tbo guest of Mrs Curtly Robinson of Dry antvllle Messrs Saufley Hughes John Farra Henry Simpson and Dr Burnett are spending several days in Louisville Derby day was the attrac tion Miss Carrie Currey has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Fisher GaInes In Danville Miss Etbvl West Is visiting Miss Mabel Browning In Winchester Miss Willie Belle Burn lido Is the guest of Miss Cora Ware In Cincinnati Miss Mattle Smith Is tbe guest of Miss Frankle KaufTman Miss FrankIe KautTman has returned from a visit to Mlos Van Greenleaf in Rich mond Mrs Emma Kauffman and Mr Clay Kauffman are visiting relative In HuslonvlllQ Mesdames Robt McRob eris and Joseph Mount were visiting In Danville last week l IOTHES AS THEY SHOULD BE ssoelt r 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 manshipNo for waiting for tailormade clothes when you can buy them out of stock see just what you are getting and pay less money TID mILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE KENTUCKYS ARTIST No UH IV S R This premium saddle and harness stallion will make the present season at Loran Hursl Farm four miles from Danvllle and six from Stanford Kentuckys Artlit Is a beautiful chestnut I years pertectKentuckys Anlst was sired by Artist Montrose No i winner of the treat sweepstakes prlte at the GainesDenmark byIlaLl8tocking6rr dam Lucy No 50 by Dren non f oKenluckys Artist sat dam Julia Thomas by Pat Denmark he by Sumpter Denmark and Thomas Thompson Morgan Cooper Patricks Copper Bottom Barnes Howard county Missouri Blackburn Kentuckys against defeated stallions Missouri Montgomery Preston Kentuckys garded judges saddle stallion breeders Kentuckys breeding received HUNDLEY HUNDLEY New Corn Planter We have just received our Our New Tiger Disc and Banner Corn11aitcr Something new Calland them HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Some Hoss Seijse Reasons whya roof sheet irou the best roof will timos long bat shingle and willcost very little 2nd will conduct lightning good any lightning gutter connected with down spout There per cent less danger nUll will reduce the insur ante enough pay difference between and cheap roof See Aldridge tinner and plumber that docs work Phone 11G S H ALDRIDGEDe- pot Street Stanford Ky FOR SALE Residence with 5 rooms balls and porches cistern servant coal house stable and buggy shed with acres of land on Danville street of a mile from court house outside of town lmtsand within yards of graded school Information HJ MROBERTiI Stanford Ky dam Lucy by Nero he by Ira dam by 4th darn by of he by Whip of Kentucky Artist has shown and all the great In Kentucky and among horses as the Chief owned by Ball the great noted hone owned by Pat Dolan Is only years oU and Is by Kentuckys best to be the most per fect tilted In the State will be glad to show him to any one al my stable and Invite of fine horses to come and see Artist before I stand him at Sao the season or li to Insure a living colt money until you gotten value A E GUY see tin not a is made let It last three as as tho more It as as rod if the H to a tile 3rd is 50 fire it to the it a S II the the No room hen IiX 34 Lust 400 For them such 5000 Bros and show dont want your have of BonIZhcsrs Wart Main f a Stanford Kentucky t I iT a- I i It i HE INTERIOR JOURNAL C WALTON- 1E HELM i Of SUnterd Is a candldate for Cont j In this the Bfhth dlitrkt subject to the action of the demo partyai HON D L MOORE 4of county It a candidate for Congress In the district to cmlten G G Gilbert sub the Democratic party Your sup iElchh tsoadied C WARREN lud1 of the Lincoln county Court ol the democratic patty tlRf D NEWALND SR a Sheriff of Lincoln county subject 1s action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD tiIsa canaldale for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject lo the action of the democratic party Ir T JEFF HILL SR li a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject lo the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN la a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to a action of the democratic party i SAMUEL M OWENS ircandidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject If r action of the democratic party l fDINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to too action of the Democratic party ra JAMES C HAYS theilkJri il Uw I HERRIN for Jailer subject to the action dj the rdemocratic party 1tMEREDITH E PRUITT I fj Is a candidate for Superintendent of Vubllc Schools of Lincoln County subject to the of the demo flntle poly f MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo era tic party I JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county tub led to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subJ- ect 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 county sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY fs a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attomtyof Lincoln County subject to tu action of the democratic party q EDITOR ALBRIGHT continue to beef about our hauling him over the coals for abusing a good democrat like William Randolph Hearst In fact he has gotten Into the habit of quarreling and It seems that he cant quit It file last Issue contains a column or 10 of vitu peration of the distinguished Congress mao from New York a hard worker i for the democratic party and a presidential probability If Brer Albright doesnt rule hit chances with his vitri Signalrgood of the democratic party when he asserts that If Hearst Is the corn elecItion this fall but pres dent by acclamation No of course It doesnt but like the man who said i tho mule was 16 feet high nod stuck to It the Signal has spoken unwisely and hasnt the courage to retract If William Jennings Bryan or any other rep utable democrat who always votes the democratic ticket will state that be believes Colliers Weekly Is oven a f haltdemocratic publication we will quit this controversy and support Mr E S Albright for president It matters not which ticket he may desire to run l on The Signal knows that an rode- pendent paper Is as much republican Inclined as is the socalled Independent voter who nine times out of 10 stamps t under the log cabin The Courier Journal has said some mean things about Mr Hearst and It Is a better democratic paper than Colliers Weeks ly Erer Albright should have repro duced those rtloles In order that all of the republicans of Rockcastle could have bad the benefit of them But be didnt do so Be knows the C Js reo ord Is too much of an open book We need a sure and safe hand at the helm t heartilyIl has proven as a man fairs there are none who doubt his democracy We think the democrats would take no risk In nominating and electing the distinguished gentleman Editor Albright to the contrary not withstanding There Is no possible chance of Hearst being chirps the Signal man Bujust sup fd pose ho Is made the standard bearer what will the Signal do Will It take back all the abuse It has burled at him Ii v oaIImIwnattacsc r c c and support him or will It Join the bolt Ing ranks of Kentucky journalism Which will you do Mr Albright Your democratic friends desire to know where to place you HON HARVEY BELM than whom there Is no better democrat announces In this Issue his candidacy for Con great The announcement Is not a surprise for Mr Helm has thoroughly viewed the landscape oer and hat bad sufficient encouragement to make him know that he has an excellent chance to represent the Eighth district In Congress Mr Helm Is one of those working democrats who has the confl deuce of his fellow laborers for the cause of democracy and democrats of all shades ogee and stations will find delight In voting and working for him Lincoln county has never bad a better fighter against the common enemy the republican party than It has in Mr Helm who has always been found where the work was the hardest and the opposition the greatest The boys In the trenches honor him and It makes them feelfgood to think that their cap talc in many political struggle stands a monstrous good show to represent them lnthe Halls of Congress Mr Helm Is admirably equipped for the honor he seeks He Is of fine address commanding appearance a strong de bater a tlrelessflghter a polished gen tleman While not a Vanderbilt nor a Gould he has abundant means to make his race but Is not making his money an Issue in the campaign as another candidates friends seem to be doing Mr Helms record as an officeholder a faultless one Ho represented Lin cole county In the Legislature with much credit aud is now serving his second term as county attorney What ever be does he does well and we look forward to hlsmaklng an enviable rec ord as a successor to Hon George G Gilbert It Is Lincolns time to have a Congressman and unless all signs tall we will have one before the good year of 1904 Is numbered with the things that were POLITICAL The Virginia democratic State con vention will be held at Richmond June 9 John W Yerkes says be will not be a candidate for delegate at large to the national convention During the session of Congress Just ended 15576 bills were Introduced In the House and 5687 In the Senate Moee Parks one of Boyles cleverest men and beet democrats has announc ed parkevlllelByorder collector of the port of Charleston S C has been made out and signed In the organization of the 11th dls trlut republican convention at London a decisive victory was won by the Hun ter forces W W Byerly a strong Hunter man of Knox county was elec ted State central committeeman Chairman Allie Young baa called a meeting of the democratic State exec utive committee for May 0 at Lexing ton to fix the date of tbo State conven tion and the manner of selecting delegates to the national convention Anti machlne republicans of the Sixth district in a convention at Cov ington nominated R H Fleming for Congress Bradley was Indorsed fur National committeeman and Feder al office holders were denounced Senator Gorman friends are prepar log to resume efforts to secure him the e1eDtSeoatorlag to go In the convention and take his chances with Judge Parker since the Hearst movement has been check edThe president was defeated In his ef fort to have the nomination of the Ne gro Crum as collector at Charleston confirmed at the session of Congress just ended The Senate democrats threatened to talk for two weeks on the nomination and the republicans withdrew the appointment At the republican district convention at NIcbolasvIlle Brutus Clay of Rich mond and Hon G W Welsh of Dan ville were chosen district delegates with E M Ballard of Rockcastle and F P James of Mercer as alternate delegates B J Bethurum of Rockcas tie elector Judge Million of Blob mond assistant elector Col WJWII more district committeeman Stan fords Negro statesman Geo W Gen try made a good race for delegate but was defeated HIGHLAND Born to tbewlfeof Henderson Baugb a girl Corn planting is progressing rather slowlyJ Adklns lost a number of sheep last week by dOlts J Y Goodpaster sold to Ballard Yo cum a work mare for 860 T J Teter of McKinney was here to put up some tombstones at both churchesDr M Thompson put In a phone for E G Baugh on the Klngsvlllo and McKlnney line last week Will Long and sister MIsaAnne vie ited Miss Ora Williams near Waynes burg Charley Cook of Somerset was here this week Elbert Turner a wellknown printer of Mayfield suicided d IN NEIGHBOR COUNTIES Mrs William Baldock Is dead In Ca eery The wife of William H Tutt of Boyle Is dead Joe Berrv and William Floyd Ne AltajmootSmith of East Bern tadt U dead after a brief Illness Health Officer Allen as measles Is almost epidemic In Louisville there being nearly 3000 cases Doroh Campbell of Mlddlesboro hat accepted the position of assistant city editor of the Knoxville Sentinel At Stray Branch Breaihllt county David Smith a peacemaker was shot and killed it U alleged by Riley Doyle Mrs T Bunch aged about 75 was accidentally shot and killed at WII grandIdauRbter of confirmation in the Senate Is that of Shored Stanfill to be postmaster at Wllllamiburg E S Jameson a prominent citizen of Jelllco Teen president of the B G Coal Company of that place Is dead at Tucson Arizona The examining trial of Skinner and Floyd the boys charged with killing and hiding the body of young Salmons at Woodbine last May was set for yes terdayThe Herald Is In receipt of a letter from Judge Sauflsy stating that be re grate very much that he will not be able to deliver the address on Friday May 20 at the decoration of the graves of the Confederates Harrodsburg Herald Cbas P Cecil Jr of Danville was awarded damages in the sum of llSOO the full amount asked for bv the Boyle circuit court against the C N 0 T P railroad for burning his warehouse and rte contents last Spring by sparks from a train George Cannon a tobacco buyer of Georgetown has completed a tobacco deal In Louisville which will net him a snug fortune Be succeeded In buying up 350000 pounds of tobacco In the country at an average price of tHe and sold recently to a Louisville firm the entire lot at 16ic The grand jury at Springfield 0 which Investigated the lynching of the Negro Richard Dixon on the night of March 7 In Its report severely cen surea the city and county official for their negligence In not suppressing the gatherings of men In and about the prison Danville Is to have natural eat Ar titles of Incorporation were drawn up this week in Somerset for the purpose of piping and celling natural gee from the Wayne county gas field to towns and localities along the route of proposed line which will be from Wayne county to the cltv of Lexington The line will run through this city News Monday evening jm as Denton Hlnea opened the doors of the cells In the new annex In order for the porter to pass in with the evening meal for the prisoners John Coffey colored In dlcted for perjury and James Breen white charged with housebreaking fell upon young lllne with sticks of stove wood and beat him unmercifully finally forcing the keys from his hands and escaping Somerset Journal Black PrinceBlack Prince was sired by Emperor 37 dam Imp Jennv June Black Prince was bred by SbelbrTevIs Is 1511 hands high black with white points and Is a good Indl Tldual In every reip- fCtColonel Bright Sired Prince Napoleon 1st dam by Spanish Prince 2nd dam bv Cordorer 3rd by Ballard Jack Colonel Bright was bred T B Bright of Boyle He 11511 hand high black with white point and one of the best Individuals In the country These jacks will make the present season at the J F Cook farm S mites East of Stan ford at II to Insure a living colt Money duo whim co tli foaled or when mare Is tra ded orbred to other stock J O KERB THE EYES AND THEIR DEFECTS Owing to the great demand for properly fitted glasses we have decid ed to send the assistant manager of our Optical Department Mr R N Rosmussen To Hustonville for two days only May 10th and llth consult him at the Veatherford Hotel He will be in Stanford three dnysonlyMay 12th 13th and Uth consult him nt the St Aeaph Hotel He will bo in Crab Orchard two days May 10th and 20th consult him at the Gover Hotel Wo personally recommend Mr Kosimis een to you and make the following oiler any glasses purchased romhim which do not prove satisfactory after two weeks trial may be return ed and money will bo ro funded We believe our business reputation is n sufficient guarantee for the abpvo statement lOxamiim lion and consultation free JOHN C LEWIS CO- Louisville Ky Produce Wanted Iw want your trade and will pay you the EggSFeathlrIUdlCall at NOnrncOTT CO Stanford Ky SAM BAUGHMAN Tlili wellknown Jack will makotheteaion of 1001 at ny farm tho Flcnner place near Turnortvllle at eight dollars to Insure ally tag colt lie Isolose to 10 hands is black with mealy points and a sure foul gaiter H F GAIN Turnerivllle Ky PROSPECT 2087 Dnecniliios Foaled April 98 1000 16 hand high solid buy with white feet bt1 hind a model In form wltu superior atyletu barnetlorDlgnltr by Uhmtor Dare hob Illnck fnutrrel he by UlgnltyUareaho by William Welch he by Kjtdloks llatn bit Ionian Prospects Dora Den no 8740 by On Time ho StOtlo wall Jackidn 8ri 2nd dam by Joe Abdullah he by Abdullah Oleneoet 3rd aim by Funks Sumntor Denmark 4th dam by llluek Hawk Morgan 5th dam by Oliver he by Wajonor 8th dam bv Imp Messenger Will serve a limited pumoer of mares tho pretent season e t 115 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT Money due when colt la foaled or mare fileIpermouthtailbllli rel1 capeR P CARPENTER Moriland Ky Duke Of RichmondCo- mbined Stallion Will make the season of egos at my farm mile South of McKinney on the Ml lone pike at the low price ol S8 to Insure colt If mare is parted with in Is forfeited and money is then due no exception to this rule Description and PedigreeFour years old dark bay full 16 hands high a fine individual with best of style and action drives and rides nicely He was sired by Tom Covington 18992 ho by Limber Jim standard and registered 1st dam by General Duke 2nd dam by Warren liar rii Denmark 3rd dam by old Crocket NOTE Tom Covington i a combined horse with a record of 228 14 trial 219 his dam was by Kentucky Chief 2nd dam arsons Abdallah General Duke had a record in 18780 245 he was by Umbrys Lexington by old Lexington Will also stand at same place and on same terms the two well known Jack Jim Porter and Brignolia Jr The of these lacks U fully es tablished especiallyBrignalia Jr he being sired celebrated Levi Hobbs Jack They are both well broke and very reliable Mares from a distance will be kept in any way desired at reasonable prices with b st attention but not repon lUle for accidents or es apes R S SCUDDER McKinney Ky HUMMER JR Bay stallion 15 34 hands a good indi vidual with abundant speed He is by Hummer 6112 sire of Bouncer aoo Stately 211 Spalpeen 2124 Quickly 2144 2l54 Speedon zifU 15 in 230 Hummer tint i a son of the renowned Electioneer and save one is the only son of Electioneer living that is out of a George Wilkes mare and with the exception of Anion is the only son standing in Kentucky that has a rot performer to his credit Hummer Jrs dam is Zulma by the great Lord Russell dam Goliva by Auditor 773 Will stand at 0io to insure a living co- ltHAPSBURG 509 161 hands high By Gloseter 26 im ported rat dam Jolly by Wonderful Boy 5312nd by Preserves 822 First dam by y Imp by County King ito 2d dam by Champion of England 5f16 3d dam by Baruaby 670 4th dam by Grand Turk 138 lIapbur Is a pure bred Cleveland bay English Coach Horse weighs 1275 pounds drives well gentle and kind and high action Can show a mile belter than thtee min utes Any one wishing a very high bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style speed and action should see this horse Will stand at fso to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid jack at elo Mares grazed at 2 per which in all cases must be paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should occur J K BAUOIIMAN Ifuston- villeCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Martin McCormack PllT vs Ander son Carr Deft Notice of sale of Equity of Redemption Pursuant to an order and judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1904 In the above styled action the undersigned special Commis sioner will on the Qth day of May egos before the courthouse door In the town of Stanford Ky being the first day of the May term of the Lincoln county sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder Equity of Redemtion of the defendant in the following described lot in said town situate upon the East side of Depot street in Stanford Ky and fronting 20 feet on said street and bound ed 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 Farrls lot It appearing from the report of sale fled at term 1904 that 12418 of plaintiffs judgment with interest from Dec 14 1903 until paid was not paid or satisfied by the sale of said lot the Equity of Redemption in said lot was ordered sold that is the right to redeem said property from the sale aforesaid by to purchaser be fore the I4th ot December 904 terest thereon the amount of his purchase which is el66 with interest thereon at the rate of 10 cent per annum from Dec 13 1903 together with the cost in cident to this order of sale and for the balance of plaintiffs debt which remains unpaid with its interest TERMS or SALK Credit of six months bond with approved personal security pavable to the plaintiff and the force effect of a judgment and bearing 6 per cent interest from date until R C WARRBN Special Corar SPECIAL BARGAINS Grand Leader this Week Vnah silk 27 inches wide White Black I31utfatt nml Pink worth 75c title week only 18o yard ynnlMohair only 80o n ynnl 10inch Black Jlolmlr worth Sl ono week only OOc ynnl 126 Corsets now stylos including straight front nut dip hips worth rflo special Ile ILUIHOI muslin nndorwonr nt greatly reduced priooe To close out our remaining of Clothing and Iond hate ovary garment marked to host and below cost Mens tt 2 shoos this week 180j mons 8160 ShOO thU wook SSS6 i mens SOc iiudorwonr this week 900 OWSIKY BIOTK WATTII OUR AILS i GRAND LEADER Me B Let y 0 Co S B Levy Mastic Mixed Paint Will cover GOO squnro foot one coat 300 square feet two coats This paint has given entire satisfaction to you and to your noigh lOTS for 20 years Isnt it fair to think it will still do so 135 per gallon at t I Pennys Drug Store GOTO W Ba McRoberts FOR LANDRETHS GARDENWALL SEED fSTANFORD tGARDEN PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS BOOKS AND STATIONERY Heaters j Get our prices on Heat ers bfore you buysI Lamps Xmas very prices JOHN BRIGHT JR CO C R McCormack Stanford Dealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or tiny kind of trespassing on our places and will proiocute violators to the full extent of the law J Z Bnoonaroore T M Holme H F Newland J B XJamenlich Peter Balnier W1I Johnson Mrs Mary Olven David Stephens James M White and wife V Carson 111 Ilawkln Irs Mary E Welch It A Lawrence Frank Cordler Mrs A U Root Sam F Reyno- ldsGAMBRUNO 7812 Record 2293 lire of Maggie DaUgbmanl 2 230 Oamrose trial 121 the high acting horse mid bv J B Stewart for 13000 January 1002 Sired by nambotta Wilkes 2193 sire of OulnotW 205 Weed Wilkes 21Oli Lottie Lorlne 2OSJf Cam brol 210J Eyelet 2105i Emma Offntt 211 etc blot dam Delilah dam of Clementine 2104 Jennie C 222 by Ad MaryElmorebrunello 221 Third dam by Star Davis Fourth dam by Drown Pilot Oambruno la splendidformof 1004 at my tarn on the Bbakertown plko 54 mile from Danville At 15 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when mare It parted with or colt Oambruno has two In the list actingtruttenhaving proved Isla own racing qualities liS a twoyearold driving In third heat per In 22514 Crass furnished at 12 will uso stand a first class mule jack at eight dolUra to insure a living colt Not responsible for accident JOHN B BAUGHMAN Danville Ky Few left from at low PRESTON NO 922 This premium saddle stallion of the world will make the season of 1904 at the stable of J C Bailey on Old Lancaster KyPreston 12 years old Iji hands high a model with speedPreston No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 ist dam Belle by Roderick 2nd dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shownagainst and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned T Crenshaw of Lexington Ky and Ionllgomery Chief owned by Bros Why you should breed to Preston I Because be is the greatest show horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great show horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Vare for 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 Cravins of Illinois for 3 Because he Is the only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for 5000 4 Because he won the championship ot the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 5 Because he has won more money in the show ring than any other sadie stallion in Kentucky 6 I to show him to anyone at my stable and invite those wishing to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at 9IO the season or 816 to insure a living colt J C B7UIEY Stanford Ky g I 3CarpetsWft cant buy nny batter goods than tho outs we show Ixok our linos over nil priced from the cheapest honip to the host ingrain Rig lino of Brussels in tho sample lino MATTINGSNew nil ill this egueouloo to lOc OILCLOTHS Wo hnvo n big lino of bonntHul patterns In 1119 and 2ynnl wide CURTAIN SWISSESIAnd Panels Carson Room f THE INTERIOR JOURNAl y STANFORD KY MAY 3 1901 JAr ALAC is a great telp to tbo housekeeper It gives t bright and finish pin most all colors desired and suitable for nearly all work In tbo bouse Anybody cite apply Jap alao Sold In 25 and 40c cans at Poe nys Drug Store Stanford Ky PERSONALS v ROOT L PORTER JR was In Lex legion Sunday MnS A G EASTLANO of Louisville Is with friends here J S Ross wont to Louisville yester 1day to sell his tobacco f DESSIE RICHARDS of Danville t Is with Miss Ophelia Lackey MR JOSEPH COFFEY went up to I Livingston yesterday on business Miss MAOOIE SACRA of Danville L spent Sunday with her sitters hero MISS THOMPSON of Lancaster is wltb Misses Mary and Maggto Bright JOE E NEVIUS of Lancaster spent Sunday with bis mother sad children here MRS A Eo GODWIN of Nashville Is with her parent Mr and Mr Rich ard Bibb MRS W M BRIGHT went to Louis ville yesterday to visit her sister Mrs I W J Yager REV AND MRS J W HAOIN and little son went to Shelbyvllle yesterday to visit relatives DR AND MRS J W ACTON of Lan cuter were here Saturday returning from Louisville MUSSRS J O AND Gao D WEATH KRFORD of Hustoovllle were hero on business yesterday MISS VmolNIA WARRBN of Mid dlesboro spent several days with her aunts the Misses Warren SBNATOR Otto T FARRIS was hero Saturday en route to Lancaster to spend Sunday with his family MRS G W MARCIIAND of Monti cello Mo was the guest of Miss Mary Bruce and other relatives here MRS MILDRED BEAXLEY and Mr J A Beazley sad wife of Lancaster were hero with relatives Sunday DR R A JONES Geo B Ellis S B Levy John B Nevins and Jamee Brady were In Cincinnati Sunday J H SWOPB went to Loulsvlllo yes terday to sell his tobacco and also to attend the republican State convention MR AND MRS JOHN 8 BAUOHMAN Iphave rented and moved Into the Wit liam Daugborty residence oo Danville AvenueMR C CdULTER of Casey took Sundays train for Wllllamsburc to look after his timber Interests In tiWhitley PRETTY Miss ANNIE THOMPSON and Mrs Dr A G Lovoll of Mi Vor non were on yesterdays train bound for Louisville MRS WALTER VANARSDALE and Miss Maudo VanArsdale of Huston vllle were hero to sco the ball game Saturday afternoon Miss LAURA LUIS of Hustonvllle Is visiting her sister Mrs William Ware this week Dry Branch Cor Harrodsburg Democrat MRS W E GARNETT Miss Mary Garnott and Mr H Y Davis pt Cave City are hero at the bedside of tbo formers husband Dr W E Garnett MRS WM MORELAND has returned from Stanford whore she has been for I i two months with her daughter Mrs W C Shanks who Is convalescing Lox Democrat t MESSRS R L DAVISON W R wit llama G M Davlson Ora Goocb J A Blaln K D Noaks and Joe Phelps wont to Louisville yesterday to attend the republican convention Tilts oHlco Is In receipt of a letter from Mr Spurgcon Sympson ordering his paper changed from from Lakeland this State to Grass Valley Oregon Mr Sympson formerly lived In Casey county TilE following gentlemen saw tho Derby run at Louisville yesterday Jaa Carson James F Boldam Joseph E y Portman C V Gentry Thos Shanks j T Embry John Shanks W S Em bry Geo B Codper E C Walton J C Lynn and S J Embry Jr Tim Record force Is being ably as sisted by Mr alllothergood of Stan ford Al like printers In this section learned the business un I der the old veteran Capt White and It is to hoar them talk over their work together many years ago Central Record f fo W YV DK W E GARNBTT continues very IIICOL W Q WELCH li sinking and tbo end la near J W FitANOiB of BardttowD was on yesterdays train returning from Garrard Mn C O WILLIAMS of the Mt Verooo bar who It on one or the other aide of every Important caeo la his court ii In the city to tea his daughter who li attending Hamilton College Lexington Democrat LOCALS LINEN days Wednesday Thursday and Friday John P Jones BLACKSMITH and woodwork shop for rent Belt stand In town Apply to J A Allen DONT mia our Linen display on Wednesday Thursday and Friday Jno P Jones NEW and ityllih thlngiat the Sacra Studio Stanford and Danville A reliable guarantee to please with every order ED HuiniARD the produce dealer bought 1400 dozen eggs In Lincoln county lat week He also bought lot of poultry eto BAKER WALLS bat rented the Wit liam Daughertr blacksmith and car rlage ibop and will appreciate any work given him Tub L7Nill saltroundtrlp ticket to Nashville May 101112 Urn Iced 10 days al 1718 on account of the Southern Baptist convention QUART court walla session yesterday for a short while with Judge James P Dalloy presiding No bust ness of any Importance was transacted BACK HOMEhrAnsel Baugh who sold bis property hero and moved to Martlnsvllle Ind Is back hunting for a location In the bell town on the map COLLINS William Collins son of Mack Collins of Green river died Sunday and was burled yesterday He was about il years of age and died of epilepsy IF any one ever saw Cwr more disagreeable April than the one Just passed be hasnt tbo temerity to say so Tho last week climaxed Into the worst of the four bad ones A year without a Spring will characterize 1904 In history Miss LOTTIE CARSON daughter of Mr and Mrs William A Car son celebrated her 12th birthday Sat urday by having a number of her little friends with her and delightfully on tertalnlng them She received scores of appropriate birthday presents ON account of the Illness of one of the ladle who was to take part and out of respect to Col Welch who Is yet critically Miss Ella May Saunders has postponed her entertainment to bare been given Friday evening to a date which will be given next Issue MR J Y 0000E Enofthe highland section Is the right kind of aman His valuable fox hounds got Into Matt Adklns1 sheep and killed several a few nights ago Mr Goodpaster went gunning for the canines and killed his pack of five Few lovers of dogs would have done as be did 30 DAYSCralg a Negro boy was given 30 days In jail In Judge Bat lay court Saturday for stealing tbb rubber off of the stops of Pullman sleepers as they stop here to take on passengers He bad 25 or 30 pounds In his possesiton Mr John A Cbappell worked up the case MIss TEVIS CARPENTER has been chosen one of the molds to Mlas Louise Vanwlnkle of Danville In the Carni val Tournament of Central Universi tys Held day exercises next Friday and Saturday at Danville Miss Carpenter has accepted the Invitation A good crowd from here should attend by oil means Mil Ft W McPtOBERTS manager of the Lancaster Athletic Association has our thanks for tickets to the First Kentucky Stato Tournament to be giv en at Lancaster June 22 23 and 24 An extensive and Interesting program accompanied thocompa The occasion promises to be a most enjoyable one If you athletics you should not fall to go House Cleaning Time 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 STORES SUMMER lap dusters at J C McCla rys TUB sale of the School Is ad vertleed this Issue SPECIALdisplay of fancy Linens on Wednesday Thursday and Friday Jno P Jones EXAMINATION Examination for the graduation In common school branches will be held In my oBlce May 13 and 14 Garland Singleton Supt SALEMessrsPaxton and W M Bright have bought of Mrs Annie B Withers her house and lot on Danville Avenue for 11400 TIIE Blue Gra s Special on the Q S C Is now making dally trips to Cincin nazi Instead of dally except Sunday as formerly The train leaves Junction City at 0 A M STORE ROOM FOR RETThestore room In the INTERIOR JOURNAL build- Ing occupied by C Rosensteln S Cola for rent Apply at this office or write to W P Walton Lexington JOHN SUTTLES aged 27 was run over by a freight train at Sinks Rocic castle county Sunday afternoon He jumped but rolled back on to the track and his body was torn to fragments TUB entertainment given by Mr McOlarys class at the Graded School Friday evening was highly creditable and enjoyable Both teacher and pUt pils are deserving of hearty congratu lation BEAR In that Miss Alvlra Van Arslalo sad a dOleD young ladles and gentlemen will give a delightful enter tainment at Alcorns Opera House Hustonvlllo next Thursday evening May 5 Go If you want to see a good show ELWOOD the California horse and a rank outsider won the Kentucky Derby at Louisville yesterday Ed Tier nay was second and Brancas third Tbo time was 208 There were five star tore and Proceeds the favorite ran last Fully 25000 saw the race LAST Sunday weep ago at 11 A M the body of Mr A J King was laid to rest la the Roberts burying ground between Gum Sulphur and Crab Orcb ard Just a week later to the hour the widow was burled by his lido Eleven grand children surylve the good old coupleNOTICEThe helm ofMr Eliza beth Crutchfield deceased have decld ed that her farm on Hawkins Branch shall be sold privately The place must be sold by June let If you want It now Is tbo time to put In your bid For fur thor particulars address or ace L R Hughes Stanford Ky WRECK ON Q C Seven cart of a freight were derailed on the Q it O at McKinney Friday but nobody was hurt Two wreckers cleared up the debris The engine refused to work and a part of the train ran down the siding and left the track Two passen ger trains came by Stanford wbllo the track was blockaded TUB deaf and dumb baso ball team of Danville defeated our club 11 to 7 on the Graded School grounds hero Saturday afternoon The game was an In teresting one throughout and a good crowd witnessed It R Ware McRob erts of Lancaster caught a good game for our boys Welch Rochester was the twirler for the Stanforda and be did well PROF OSCAR B FALLIS now princi pal of Hustonvlllo Christian College has accepted the prlnclpalshlp of the Stanford Male and Female Seminary for next session Mr Fallls Is a native of Eminence this State and Is about 40 years of ago After graduating at Kentucky University bo took the de gree of Ph D at Munich Germany and has since taught In the public schools of Louisville Christian College Mo Drake University Iowa and Christian College at Hustonyllle and has given eminent satisfaction Ho will be assisted by his wife who la a proficientlinguistMattie Paxton The school will bo con buildliDMATRIMONIAL It Is said that an agreement has been ofexGovsee will get 13000 alimony Dr A C Foster and Miss LulaPIgg popular young people of London were married last week Mrs Lou Bailey Shanks announces the engagement of her daughter Anno Harlwell Shanks to Mr Henry Kirby Bourne pf New Castle Miss Shanks Is of ono of the most aristocratic families In the Bluegrass and Is prominent In social as well aa religious circles be lag one of the State officers of the C W B M Mr Bourne Is one of Henry countys most prominent men having represented that county lu the last General Assembly The wedding will take place May 25 at the residence of the bride on East Male street Stan ford The ceremony will be performed by Eld W E Ellis of Cynthlana as dated by the Rev J W Hagln of Stanford Louisville Times CHURCH MATTERS The C W B M will meet Weiner day afternoon Instead of Saturday at 230 In the lecture room of the Chris Nan church To find 1100 between the leaves of a Bible purchased for 20 cents was the good fortune of Mrs John Foreman of Penn township Pa The Methodists of Highland have laid the foundation for a new church building It Is some 250 yards from the old church and Is clove to the pike For the next two weeks Nashville will be the point of great Interest to Southern Baptlsto as the 48th session of the Southern Baptist convention will convene In that city on Friday May 13 and continue for four or five day Between 1000 and 1200 delegates will be present and nearly as many more visitors are expected to be in the city oo account of the convention Sick headache results from a disorder stomach and Is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by W N Crai- gSALE OF LOT Tin undersigned committee will on the 18th day ot May 1904 on the promises sell at public auction the school building lot of two acres rood 17 pole belonging to the Trustee of Stanford and Seminary situated on Somerset street in Stanford Kv Terms made known on dry of sale W M DKIQIIT J B PAXTON Com Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Dr M A HELM DentistW- ill be at J K Helmt residence at More land each Monday He will be prepared to do all kinds of dental work at prices Satisfaction guaranteed LUiyiBER WANTED I I want to buy stave spokes headings lumber logetc Will pay highest cash price at Morelanu D n C Peyton A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Icy Offieow McEoUrUDrng Stort In the Owtlsy Building EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR II Having been In tho Tailoring business all my life I feel confident in saying I represent one of the beet 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 me out My prices are the same as lncx ierlenced men who are in tbe business i also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suitingb I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank- Ing you for past favors I am yours II C RUPLEY the Tailor CLEANING HOUSE I You may need new carpets mattings oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains tacks curtain poles pictures frames screens passe partolst doors glass tables chain sate wardrobes couches dressers washstands beds springs mattresses chamber suits water sets lamps chiffon ten folding beds washing machines wring ers wall carpet paper trunks tele scopes carriage paint house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY II Rugs Endless variety of Patterns in Moquctto and Smyrna Rug A special 1 12 yard long Brussels Rug at 75 e PORTIERRESIn Stripes 200 to 8500 i LACE CURTAINS At 75c to 500 per pair Dotted SwJsa Rufflod Curtains nt 08c to i 150iWINDOW SHADESI- n J White Green Yellow Also extra lengths and widths SEVERAIfCE eNqTWO Leader Room 11 MENS OXFORD Shoes for Summer Time Many Styles in both Black and Tan Good values vici kid black S3 00 Better Values Pat Colt and TauJ 3 50 The Height of Style Pat Colt and Tan 4 00 The Best We HavoXHanan 5 00 Fine Line of Hosiery to Suit These Oxfords Fancies and Plains LET US SHOE YOU assusssss Cummins a McClary Peytons Insure living Turnersvllle 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 you want I IPrices 750 1750 He MROBERTS Stanford Ky TRY ONE OF THESE II Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For Clean and Easy Shave youjfcant afford not a CLAUSS GEORGE H FARRIS a COD Stanford Kentucky Dr Gussie M Phillips OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH HOTEL STANFORD KY TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY 9tM4 M All chronic diseases treated Gynecology and Nervous Diseases a Specialty The One Shetland m make the season at mypace nearpresentat IG to a colt lie la spottedironyR C NUNNELLEY Ky to of a fit I If a Criterion be do to a to use RAZOR to P DIXIE Have your colts cas trated by T F GROSS Preach ersvllle Ky the wellhnbwB cattrator of hortts anij1 horse doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Try him r a 1111 H i J T H U 7 IfiJ2c41 JI Y n aw t 1fiII1 Lt iIt r 7 I t THEJNTEKIORJOIMAL inlcredn the poll OQtce at Stanford ell- I MMndclaii maile- rYtabl2ahdTsas yu dFsidlwVa Al- I i t1 PER YEAR CASH t 1 aarWain 110 opal l aOOwlUbsehsris4 J1 I 0 I i KNIXVILLE DIVISION I UTnlnlolDINortll104pm UII 0H II SOUhMMt2t7lmN- o23i a pm I i BOB QUIS 66749- A 7 00 IJ I will stand the above splendid Jersey j Inadyaneo place near prlsllegeerpermitted B CAMKNISOH Stanford Ky 1Jn JeH IOONE CO 1 4ProprietorsSTflBLE Stanford Kv I Livery Service at Reasonable Rates tGood us oo Depot Street Also Dealers In q Coat t Portable Englni and Saw Will 11ForSalt t Will sell privately Will also sell a 15 I hone power engine boiler AU In good I repair sell at a bargain to close up business Will take part pay In lumber POWELL fit SWSEHET Stanford Ky Patl Traglor DIULIIt tr Whisk Brandu Wines Beer i Glaars Etc a Carpenter House Close to STANFORD KY i Prompt andpome attention Nothing but the bee to ddnk Milt phone cr telegraph orders receive troapt attention FOR SALE Ten acres of land a two atory front seven j room cottage The house Is new A splen did garden and orchard There Is a large mill on the place a good crusher and the dam Is In good r the natural power Is great economy In running the mill a splendid business Is In good repair has all necessaiy outbuildings The owners only reason selling Is the rush of other business as be has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty Is on the Hanging Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a For further particulars SO Thurmond Lytle 1 It R UCQIIES Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky AU persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what wo have If you to sell place t It In our hands Office at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky IInsuranceSolicits a share of the patronage of the property owners counties of iVncoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low est rates are guaranteed Phone 11- 2Stanford Kentucky LIVER TROUBLES I fl nd Thcdfords BlsckDrmni a good medicine for liter disease Itcared my on after be bId spent 100 with doctors It Is an tb8 med Icint I keMR8 CAROLING I MARTIN Parkenburj W Va If your liver does not actreg nlarly go to your dnwgist secure a package of Thedford BlackDraught take a dose This great family t constipatedbowels and causes a healthy secretion f of bile Thedfords BlackDraught- will cleanse im purities and strengthen the kid A invites I cods biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness 8ndcontoion Weak kid neys result in Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent ackaqa of Thedfords Black t kgpptinThedfordamaekDraaKb plaint and found nothing W excel MarblEul BUCK DRAUGHT l y 4 L iM IIIII Men Who Can Sell Grain or Tobacco Can Sell Life Insuranceand MAKE MORE MONEY Only the few bur farm product while everyone Is a possible customer for life In surancu It will cost you nothing to find out our plan for selllngour now forms of investment Insurance you can find out by writing whetherlt will pay you to try It A course of professional Instruction given free The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Richard A McCurdv President has paid holders over 630 MILLION DOLLARS Address BISCOE HINDMAN Manager C S Trust Bldg Louisville Kr trHAIR BALSAM Clmurf beutlflet the tulr lromctf a hwirUnt frowth I ICum100 fcixi too nt DranrlcU R A JONES BNTIBT stanfordKy Office over HiggIns A McKlnnova Store Telephone liP 01 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment at- aurglcal and chronic diseases and tor con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when services are rendered and must to paid promptly BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection Ea Da Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J La Beazley I CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO nCALaasr1 FaralttureXattlngsRuEifThey kinds a call Price right STANFORD KENTUCKY t MGiMYH1 + + UNDERTAKER EMBALMERAnd HARNESS SADDLZEY fcO Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky elegantlyP 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so licited Program For The County Moot- Ing Thu semiannual meeting of the churches of Christ In Lincoln county will be held with the church AI Stan ford on Saturday May 14 Each church Is urged to send a representative prepared to make a report of local condi tions and authorized to make a pledge on behalf of the church for the support of mission work In the county The program for the day la as follows 030 A M standard time Devotional exercises Bid Joseph Ballou OOponlnlt RemarksJ W Da gin10AddreesW G Montgomery hidden Years at Nazareth 1025 Song 1030 Address by F M Tinder The Religion of the NewTcstament l1Sonltl105Addreel by Dr W M Doores liTho Needs of Mission Work In Lie cola County 1125 Report of the Evangelist 1145Reports and pledges of repre sentatives of the various churches 12 K Dinner served on tho grounds 1 P M Devotional exerclses 120Addreee bv O W MlllsThe Standard of Greatness Ic the Kingdom of Heaven l50Soog 155 Address by R L Bussabarger Watchman What of the Night 220 Song 225 Address by H C Garrison Apostolic Christianity 255 Song 3 oclockAdjournment Committee P W Carter chairman J G Livingston evangelist C E Tate treasurer W E Sbanke secretary OTTENHEIM Mrs Cyrus James has been seriously 111 but Is some bettor The friend and members of Pine Grove church have just put In a new organ which Is a beauty- J A Tucker who has grown tired of railroading hat taken the contract for hauling staves for Terry fc Newell Mrs S J Pollard who has been so rlously III Is much Improved Garly Adams hat moved to the Maywood sec tion and will work for Dr Morris this summerOne the largest ahlvareea ever given In this section took place last week The boys gave Ezra Oaks one that he will not forget for they took him from the house and rode him on a rail and the weather was very cold We know he die not enJoy It at all Leslie Anderson who Is a selfmade and reliable boy has a position as clerk In S P Grays store at Stanford We can not speak too highly of him M F Boone was at Boone S James mill Fri day doing some repairing Richard Chandler returned home from Stanford sick f One thousand union carpenter are on strike In the vicinity of Young town 0 because they were refuted an advance In wages To The Voters of the Fifth Ap t pollute Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of tho Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic party As circuit judge it became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part of the States history and at a most critical time Aa judge of the State fiscal court 11 tell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put In force the provisions of tho now constitution as well as to construe tho present constitution whenever u controversy arose as to Its proper con struction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exorcise of trancblscs under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will bo very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E OANTRILL The use of potato alcohol to furnish light heat and motive power has been developed rapidly and to a very high degree In Germany Germany pro duces about 55000000 tons of potatoes a year and uses for human food stock food and starch only about 35000000 tons The remainder Is converted Into alcohol and used as a power generator for both land and water motors and for cooking heating and lighting The alcohol vapor Is burned like gas In chandeliers and street lamp and gives a very bright light In districts die tent from mines It Is cheaper than coal One of the greatest blessings a modest man cm wish for is a good reliable set of bowels If you are not the happy pos ictsor of such an outfit you can greatly Improve the efficiency of those you have by the judicious use of Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets Thev are pleasant to take and agreeable In effect For sale by W N Craig Through Sleeper from Lexington to St Lout via Chesapeake Ohio Rail way Beginning April 28th the Chess peake k Ohio Railway will Inaugurate a through sleeping car lino to St Louts via Louisville and tbo Southern Rail way to leave Lexington dally atfcSO P M and reach St Louts at 730 A M Returning this sleeper will leave St Louis at 1010 i M and will reach Lex ington on C O train No 22 at 1110- A M the next morning Rheumatic Pains Relieved The prompt relief fromtlie severe pslns of sciatica and rheumatism which is af forded by Chamberlains Pain Balm is alone worth many times its COt Mr Willard O Vale of PoughkeepsloH Y writes I am troubled with rheumatism and neuralgia of the nerves and Chamber Iains Iatn Balm gives relief quicker than any liniment I have ever used For sale by W N Craig Dr Frank F Conway a prominent citizen of Owensboru dropped dead DIGNITY + DARENo 1982 Vol 5 A S H R Combined Stallion Mahogany bay black points white only on left hind foot eight years old IS 3K hands high weighs 1200 pounds strong Oat bone heavy mane and tall good back wllli long cranry tapering neck well set in high mounted shoulders asaddle horse head ear on him a model under halter wonderful style In harness a show hone sure When out year old wore all honors In his class wherever shown also the blue tie In sweepstake har ness rings at same age When a threeyearold he was shown 14 times and wore 13 blue strings has never been defeated In fancy harness ring has always been the victor to stallion stake rings al a breeder when shown with three or more of his get for sire style and general conformation and for all purposes HA Is a saddle horso with five ditinct gaits fast line acting racker good In two and a nice loper very positive In his trot under saddle and In heroes great all around action us Is required for an upio date sire of high priced sale hone for saddle or harness lie Is a sure enough harness horse graceful stylish and fast can show eighths In 184 seconds a 328 gate with but little handlingI did this last fall after serving 01 mares last spring Ho Is possessed of wonderful nerveand speed enough to jet trotters for track use or jentlomen roadstera large handsome stylish heavy and strong enough to get carriage horses witha kindly disposition for Ml purposes of a family hone lie Is tho horse to site parkers stylish graceful sdbstance been given up horsemen that he Is one of the most uniform breeders inKentucky Ho types his colt after himself has never sired a sorrel colt The most profitable horse horses for the farmer and small breeder to pro duco Is the hone which serves the widest range of purposes well His colts are show colts ofthe highest type blue string winners from the oldest to the youngest PBPIQHCE Sired by Chester Dart 10 N S II R be by mack Squirrel 58 he by Black Eagle Tl he hp King William 07 he by Washington Denmark II I he by Oalnes Denmark 1I1he by racuborse Denmark F S ho hy Imported lIedgetord Dignitys first dam Liz lomont by Welchmont No 6367 A T n R he by William Welch 3U he by UrldlCk Uambletonlan 10 Dignitys second dam by Abdallau Messenger 3rd dam by ulll s Ver mont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welchmonta first data Pauline by Almont Forest 2863 Tcimg Dignity Dare will make the season of 1004 at my stable Inllustouvllle Ky at 120 to Insure a living colt when foaled Mares traded or removed forfeit Insurance and money becomes due and must be paid at time of such transaction Mares grazed at 13 60 per month and bills to be paid before removal of mires Grain fed if desired at reason able rates Mares Intrusted will receive my personal attention but will not be responsi ble for accidents or escapes 1bone in res dcDce Hustonvllle exchange D S CARPENTER J y First National I I BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Initttutton was originally established ai the Depottt hank of In 1191 then reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford In 1S6S and again reorgllDbed as the Pint National Bask of Stanford in 1662 haYing bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 rear It li better supplied now with facilities for transact lug business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J B f itoa WO Walker Oeo W Carter j B Foster L 0 Oooclt W II Shanks I Successors The Farmers Bank R Trust Company and under same Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial J a LOOKER Preit 8 T HAIIIIH V Pre J J 1ICKOI1EHT8 Obr W n WEABENAsst Obr V Held Danville B T Harris Stanford J 8 Mocker Stanford K L Tanner M n Elmore Stanford a B II Baughman bUnford T P 11111 Jai Robinson Hubble J II Ilauebman Stanford J M 1ettus Stanford Ed Carter Stanford oJ II LINCOLN COUNTY RATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 960000 Directors 3wIIyB WHJuramlns IIrlghtn to continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK- ACCOUNT Directors Officers B n BllANKS President J B OW8LKY Cashier W6 nntOIIT Asst Ouhltfi tiontland of per feet workmanship We carry 1 the largest stock of Monuments Markers and 4 e ifLelterlngWM ADAMS 1 Lexington Ky ECLIPSE SHOES S3504 PAIR I For style and durability none excel them Wo hare lust received our Spring Line In the different leathers Patent Colt Skin Vlcl Kangaroo and Box Calf Kvcrr pair guaranteed to give satisfaction Call In and sc the line before purchasing your Spring Shoes W E Perkins Officers SON PER Crnbl0rchnrdt WHATS Your Idea about Paint LOW PRICE is LOW QUALITY Paint as good as THE SHERWINWILUAMS PAINT theres none better cannot be sold for less than we ask If less is tandmade contains poor material or is short measure You get what you pay for every time if you use S W P n I 8 BY weN CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky G LTON 12910 Sired byGambotta Wilkes 310f let dam Daisy Field granddam of Allco WJlkos 2il7 AlrettaiilS by Endeld sire of six In 730 and dams of 60 In 330 or better tad dam Quickstep Kentucky Prince Jr lira of J Q 2I7t1 Lemonade 2274 and the dams of 15 In the lilt 3rd dam by Old Joe sire of the dam of J Q 21711 J Gallon carries the blood of four leading famlles WPkes Uambletonlan Marabrlno Chief and Beeleys American Star Galtons sire Gambetta Wilkes has 12 In the 210 daughtershavelit so wellknown as a highclass show horse and a producer of hlghclasn show horses and highclass high acting sellers that comment Is unnecessary He lose made Ml of his seasons at my stable attic In all and served 82 mares last season thlsls the verybestof proof ofastallions breeding qualities Tho above Is a good picture of Gallon juntas he stands no ginger but his natural self Will stand atl0to Insure a live colt Mares traded or parted forfeits Insurance and makes season money due Grass furnished after May 1 at two dollars permonth Will stand at my Smiles west of Hustonvllle on the IlradordMVllIeplke hone In residence W MDODD HUstonvllle Ky r hf