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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rz i1Jf r SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALoj IVOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 6 1904 SAM NO 20 I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J M Reynold bought of Granville y Rowland a borio for 1110 FOR 8ALETwo good Jersey milk cows 0 L Penny Stanford J M Reynolds told to J O Baueh man Co a lot of wheat at II 05 Fire at the Union Stock Yards at In dlaoapolli caused a loss of 1300000 Elwood tho Derby winner WM at tached In Loulivlllo by a man to whom Mn Durnoll owed a dross bill 400 bushels extra cultlTatcd hemp teed for sale at 12 per bushel It taken at once J T Hackley k Son Lytle 31- Woods Cowan St McCormack want 100000 pound of wool They will pay the highest market price at Stanford and Buitonvlllo O Vanoy hat a mare mule colt which measured tbree feet six tncbe the day It was foaled It Is a One one and is by S T Harris Dlllr Keene R L Hobble bought of W S Date of Oallailn Tenn two weanllnir jacks a b by King Inker They are royally bred follows and cost Mr Bubble a small fortune The board of appeals of the Amen can Trotting Association refuted to recognize tbo record of 101 for a tnlfe olalmed to hue been made by Croi ceu at Wichita Kan t A bay gelding 10 hands high left V hind foot white left my place Monday night VIII say liberal reward for his return or Information leading to It B W Leigh Kldd Store The sire of Elwood winner of the Kentucky Derby At Loulivlllo Monday II now pulling a plow on a Southern Kentucky farm IIfa owner bought him at a tale In Lexington for 115 John Canan L Co told to E J OBrien Co of LouliTllle 380000 pound of tobacco at lOJo which close out a purchase of 700000 pounds at a set proOt of IJOOOO Georgetown e Times One of the most remarkable feature connected with tbo hones In training at the local trotting traok is the fact that no let than four blind talllont are now being prepared for the racing season all of them good one frequent ly and favorably heard from both In the stud and on the racing turf They are Rhythmic 2001 Elastic Pointer 2iOAl Plnchcm Wilkes 2071 aod New Richmond 2031 Lex Democrat LET US HELP YOU TO HEALTH Penny wants every catarrh sufferer to use Hyomol and bo ourod SlitUtici show that at leut 07 out of ayer 100 peton ln this State suiTor from catarrh in tome form While the disown It one of the mOlt common it U alto one of lbemoet ding tons and offensive leading to coniump tlon and other dlMues of the respiratory organ Prior to the discovery of Hyomel and Its Introduction in this section by Mr Penny every method of treatment bad been found worthless h The discovery of llyomel nd lU grow ing popularity lass already reduced the percenttRO of thoee lutTering from catarrh This wonderful remedy Is the klmpleit and moat pleasant of trenlment Put 30 drops of ilyomet In the pocket In hater that comes with every outfit and breathe it fora tow minutes four times a day Belief will be teen after the first treatment and a complete cute will soon follow Breathe tho Hyomel in this way and the catarrhal germs even in the most remote air cell are destroyed The Irri ttotedmucous membrane III toothed and healed and perfect health restored Mr Penny day to all catarrh sufferers Lot mo help you to health I am confi dent Hyotael will cure to confident in fact that I guarantee to refund your money if it falls A complete outfit costs but II and if It dote not help you your money will be returned promptly i TUB Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Tltlo Co hAt options In almost every county In thu State con I ileting ol town property farmlnglandi w mills ttookt of goods etc alto several options on good property out of tbo l s State chief of which is 100000 acres of cotton land In Mississippi An tnvctt e moat In land In UliilttlppI is sure to realize you enormous profit Call at our omen and examine the list of our that does not appear In this 1property are In touch with Louie I vlllo St Louie and Virginia real en tate firms and property placed In our hand to sell will also be advertised bv those firma Merrill Woods telegraphed to With Inston that be will prove by an autograph letter from Mr Bryan that ho favored Judge Parker on tbo ticket for vice president In 1000 Made Young Again One t Dr Kings New Lifo Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D II Turner of of Dempteytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Dowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 35o at Pennys Drug Store r LIBERTY Rev W G Bradford preached at the Cbrlttlan cburob Sunday Mr Mary Wright of Lexington le with hor mother Mrs Patty Cochran who It very tick j A P Young wife and mother wore called back home from Montlcello and Powara last weeleITQe bank count of tbo lllnet ol both G A Prew la and A P Young Tbo weather clerk It being humbly implored to give us some genuine Spring weather just now Rich Cox of Atterton was brought here Sunday and adjudged insane and sent to Lakeland Asylum I Mrs Susan Pelly was here Sunday from Indiana on her way to Peltytoo to visit her father D K Pelly W S Stone has returned from Cin cinnati where he has been buying the summer stock for Wblpp It Stone C H Bartle panlng mill limaklng tome nice flooring ceiling weather boarding and moulding from pine brought from the west end of tbo coun t1 Quite an interest le being manlfetlcd In running the county line between Casey Boyle and Lincoln Capt H U Gifford deputy county surveyor le Ca says ropretentatlvo to assist In the work Miss Mattlo McRoberti who has been confined to her bed for several day with grip Is able to be at her post again at the poitofllce A J Glbony who has been very tick for tbe lilt two week It out again Eld J Q and W 0 Montgomery Charles Sharp and wife Mrs Susan Whipp Misses Martha Ida and Bettle Tllford Mattle Wilkinson and Henry Tboma attended the Cooperation meeting at Mt Olive Saturday and Sunday Mitt KatborinA Warren the accom plltbed compositor of the Newt olllco le becoming very popular with the young people here Her gentle and affable meaner win all the ladle and not a tow gent have been heard to remark that the is a handsome Intelll gent and pleasant lady The manager of tbe Casey County News le elated with his tuccettlniecur lag subscribers and job work Ho makes weekly tours to the tour corners of the county ani return with a large share of patronage His subscription list is climbing up to the 1000 mark which It will reach ere long S G Elliott I 8 Fianlgan P H Taylor Jame Glboney and Judd Phil lip attended the Coogrettlunal con vention at London Friday Jason Wei ley with Misses Katherine Warron and Margaret Gadberry mado a pleasant trip to Dye Yosemite Mlddleburg aDdI South Liberty Sunday afternoon Crab Orchard A large congregation WM out to hearI Rev J H Jones Sunday Mrs Mary Richert was able to visit friends In town this week The many friends of Col Welch are grieved to bear of bit death Rev J Randall Farris will preach Sunday morning and evening at tbe Baptist church and have Sunday icbool In tbo afternoon All that toying hearts and willing band of friends can do 1s being done for the comfort of Mitt PAuline lIar din who U very low with lung trouble The Infant of Mr and Mr J Mo Olure died Dr and Mrs Carpenter were here Sunday with relatives OeD Moore was able to go out for a drive Sunday Mctdame Levl Elder and W W Burgtn of Richmond are with their parents hero Dr and Mr J D Pet tus of Berea are visiting ttielr relatives here W E Perkins le suffering with rheumatism Mr Sim Mlddloton Mesdames J 0 MoWborter and Wal ter Cover aro convalescent Mrs D C Payne remains seriously ill with dropsy and her physician give her children no hope for her Improvement Llttlo Margaret Edmltton remains quite III Pretty little Zllpa Brooke of Atlanta accompanied her father on his recent visit here to the delight ofI her grandmother and auntie- J T Cbadwlck and daughters Eddlo B and Meliada have have returned from Tennessee Mr Cbadwlck re ports his father no better Miss Ila Holdam Is Improving slowly Dr Phil tips has returned from Louisville where bo has been studying dentistry Ho will receive bls chair oon and be ready for business file office Is over OeD B Harris store Miss Bctsle Spangler has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Gooch In Casey coun ty Rev K B Mabony of Stanford was hero Saturday John Chadwlck le at home from Lexington Mr George Evans was In town Saturday his first visit this year Sick headache results from a disorder stomach and U quickly cured by Cham berlain Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by W N Craig 1 NEWS NOTES Frank D Robert collector of Inter nal revenue at Kansas City is dead Four children of Peter Schmitt at Bettlo Okla were killed by lightning Drew Female College at Carmel N Y valued at 100000 was destroyed by fireIt U believed Eugene V Dabs will decline the Socialist presidential nom lnallon Mrs Alton Alice Mulligan mother of Judge James Mulligan of Lexing ton is dead- JameiO Cook known all the oldest practical printer In the Unltni States ii dead at Milford Mass John Vangarder and his half eister Miss Farnbam were murdered in their sitting room at Angelica N Y Tbe firm of Porter Bros Coof California that failed for 1700000 will pay lees than 18o on tbe dollar Aibbet P Fltcb president of the Trust Company of America and former I city ccntroller of New York U dead The new bank building at Bryant villa U nearing completion and will be ready for occupancy in a short while Mrs Rona Rblel at Eureka Spring Ark poured a load of shot Into a high wayman who demanded her cash and valuables Col and Mr Georgo W Blatter man formerly of Mayevllle were thrown from an automoble la St Lout and severely Injured Cbarlet J Douglass of Woodbury N J killed himself with laudanum after his Companion had taken a quantity of carbolic acid Thirty aye thousand loaves of bread have been received In Chicago from Pltttburg to relieve the famine threat ened by the bakers strike Robber dynamited tbe sate in tbe pottofllce at Hacna Ind and got away with a thousand dollar In mon ey stamps and merchandise Former Secretary of State Hill will soon begin tbe publication of a demo cratic paper at Winchester It will be called Ito Winchester Patriot Wm ShnlJleld hit wife and two daughters were shot and killed near Valliant I T by John Walteoburg a young farmer who then killed himself In a quarrel on the streets of Seymour Ind George Patrick shot and Instantly killed Benjamin Betterly Patrick surrendered and was placed under bond of 18000 Robert Crockett a Chesapeake Ohio railway special agent was killed on a train by Tom Owens near Big Ugly W Va during the trial of the latter for attempted murder The official announcement of tbe at tendance at tbe Louisiana Purchase Exposition on April 30 tbo opening day was mado by President Francis The total attendance was 187703 Chancellor Allen at Nashville hand ed down a decision ordering that tbe Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company a Kentucky corporation be ousted from the State of Tennessee Tbe companys attorneys will appeal to tho supreme court Judge Beaton refuted to yaoate thB bench at Winchester when an attempt wai made to swear him off tbe bench by the defendants In the 8100000 dam age suit of Mrs Arbella Marcum against Hargl Brothers B F French and Sheriff Ed Callaban on account of tbe murder of J B Marcum Tbe attorneys for Curtis Jett have asked for a dismissal of tbe appeal be fore the appellate court In the case for the murder of James B Marcum and Jett will begin his life sentence In the penitentiary Jett would then have to be pardoned before he could be banged for the murder of Cockrlll An Open Letter From the Uhapln 8 C News Early In the Spring my wife and I were taken with diarrhoea and so severe were the pains that we called a physician who prescribed for us but his medicines failed to give any relief A friend who had a bot tIe of Chamberlstno Coiic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy on hand gave each of us a dose and we at once felt the effect I procured a bottle and before using the entire contents we were entirely cured It a wonderful remedy and should be found In every household H 0 Bailey editor This remedy Is for sale by W N Craig aThrough Sleeper from Lexington to St Louis Ala Chesapeake Ohio Rail way Beginning April 28th the Chesa peake Ohio Railway will Inaugurate a through sleeping car lino to St Louis via Louisville and the Southern Rail way to leave Lexington dally at520 1 M and reach St Louis at 730 A M Returning this sleeper will leave St Louis at 1010 p M and will reach Lex ington on C O train No 22 at 1110 A M the next morning a S STORE Roost Fort RENT Thestore room in the INTERIOR JOURNAL build Ing occupied by O Roaeniteln Co Is for rent Apply at this office or write to W P Walton Lexington t LANCASTER The Slogln Skule that was to have been given May 10 has been postponed until a later date Tbe Junior and Senior grades of the public school enjoyed a bay ride and picnic at the river Wednesday after noonA few days of sunshine and warm weather and onere thoughts turn to fresh fields and pastures new with promises of recreation and pleasure to young and old allku A party of Negroes having been tried three times by a wake jury acd released each time were arraigned before a juryof their own color and fined 823 each for shooting crap Mr Hugh T Logan who for many years has been in the clothing business In Lancaster and Identified with every enterprise of the town or community Inclosing out his tock and will perhaps retire from business Twentyfive Caldwell College stu dents and several teachers came over on a bay ride and had eupper then re galed themselves at the soda fountain and returned to Danville at 10 bappler If not wiser for their recrea tionMr A B Florence and Mil Minnie Woods were visitors of Miss Mary Burntlde last week Miss Lizzie Brown will attend tbe State Christian En deavor Convention on May 68 which it lobe held in Glasgow A visit to Mam moth Cave is also Included In the trip for the delegates Mr Lewis Gill of Central University was at home a part of last week Mrs Elmore of Burgle U visiting her eon Mr J W Elmore Cant Elkln was In Richmond this week Rev F M Tinder Is In Ver sailles this week on business Mr Tcm Anderson formerly a citizen of Madi son county attended court there Mon day Mrs Lula Bowman of Majs vllle Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Anderson PREACHERSVILLE April of 1897 was as bad at the April just ended Thieves stole some bacon from W H Cummins meat house Sunday night L F Thompson save that be has a milk cow that gives six gallons of milk a day Rev J C Carmlcale sermons of Saturday and Sunday were pronounced moat excellent by those who heard him Bill subject was The Word for Sunday mornings sermon Uncle George Anderson who carries the mall for this place received a telegram from Cincinnati Tuesday stating that his son Jake had been shot and was dying Jake was a quiet peaceblo darkey and was liked by all who know him Much sympathy Is felt for the unfortunate boys family The Preachenvllle Literary and De bating Society Is now an established fact The only thing in the way of our success Is our not having any regular time for meeting Our meeting most any old time Is very much like tbe old story of unloaded gun for there ts no telling when It will go off Mrs H G Cummins went to Nlcbo laivllle last week to attend tbe burial of her brother W T Pberlgo Mr A J Thompson la at the bedside of her sister Mrs Craig who continues very III at her home In Rockcastle Rev Robert Jordan went to Burnslde to attend the district conference of tbe M E Church South A Sure Thing- It Is said that nothing Is sure except death and taxes but that is not altogeth er true Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can teSt tify to that Mrs O B VanMetre of Shepherdtown W Va says I hada severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I beard of but gotno re lief One bottle of Dr rings New Die covery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consumption Try it Its guaranteed by G L Pennydrug gist Trial bottles free Regular sizes lOc 100 Why smallpox scarlet fever etc prevail during the winter Is told In Caro of Invalids Issued by the Med ical Department of The Mutual Lifo Insurance Company of New York and tent on request to those who address the nome Office of the Company Nas eau Cedar William and Liberty Streets Now York CIyIOne of the greatest blessings a modest man can wish for is a good reliable set of bowels If you are not the happy possessor of such an outfit you can greatly Improve the efficiency of those you have by the judicious use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are pleasant to take and agreeable in effect For sale by WN Craig William and Charles Nelmt were given life sentences for killing Alice Limb at the keghoute near Middles boro IT PAYS To dress well appearance counts for a good deal in this world We are ready to supply you wi everything that goes to make a welldressed man All the newest things in Spring Clothes SHOES HATS- FURNISHINGS aasaavs TID huLLER Danviiie KB THE GLOBE KENTUCKYS ARTISTN- o stsc IV A S II R This premium saddle and harness stallion will make the present season at Logan Hurst Farm four StanfordKentuckysoU with three white feet 15 14 hands Men a per actionKentuckys No theWorl1GainesDenmark byasldArtist T dam Lucy No to by Brucher Dren non f s- Kentuckys Artist ist dam Julia Thomas by Pat Denmark he by Sumpter Denmarkand with rooms and porches cistern servant hen shed 5X acres land 31 a mile 11 Ky byThompsonsCopper Bottom 4th dam Dovey by Barnes of Howard county Missouri by B Of Kentucky Kentuckys Artist has shown and defeated the great In and Missouri among them such horses as the Jooo Montgomery Chief owned Ban Bras the cleat and noted show horse Preston owned by Pat Dolan Kentuckys Is years old and Is re best judges to be the most perfect tailed saddle stallion In the State I will be glad to show him to any one at stable and Invite breeders of fine horses to come and Kentuckys Artist before breeding I stand him the season or eat to Insure a living colt I dont want your money until you have value received I A E HfNDLEY GUY L IWNDLEY VEHICLES I- se saaet esa If you need a New Turnout this Spring some thing service able in tho way o- fPhaetons Runabouts Buck boards Buggies Carriages or Carts both Steel or Rubber Tire See our Stock You cant beat us in either price style or quality Our Buggy HARNESS is as good as you can buy the money Big stock on hand Come see us HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Some Hoss Sense Reasons why a tin root not a sheet iron is the best roof made 1st It will last three times as long as the best shingle and willcost very little more 2nd It will conduct lightning as good as any lightning rod if the gutter a U connected to a tile with down spout 3rd There is 50 per cent loss danger of fire and it will reduce the insur ance enough to pay the difference between it anti a cheap roof See S II Aldridge the tinner and plumber that does tho work Phone 116IS H ALDRIDGEDepot Street Stanford Ky r FOR SALE Residence S halls room coal house house table and buggy with of on Danville street of from court house lust outside of town ardaofgradedschoolFor J SlBOBKRTB Stanford Whip be ckbum against all stallions Kentucky by Artist only 8 my see 1120 gotten for and No d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and yaoy HorMShotrs Wait Main Strwt S Stanford a Kentucky V C iWLT VflIU 1 t aJ HE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 E c WALTON r HARVEY HELM t Ol Stanton Is a candidate for lnitess In this the dfctrkt subject te the action of the demo IEiehthparty HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congtt ss In thee district to succeed Hen G G Gilbert s- ubitto the action of the Democratic patty Your sup t port Is earne tly solicited R C WARREN Isa candklati for judge of the Lincoln county Court subject to the action W the demwaut party s THOMAS D NEWALND SR tS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject Ie the action of the democratic patty GEORGE W DeBORD- Is tcanaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject li tile action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to as action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a csddldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject 1t tte action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the sctlon of the Democratic party t 4 JAMES C HAY- SIi a candidate for Jailer subject to tot action of the Itaiocratlc party W I HERRIN i Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the- democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT i Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools ci Lincoln County subject to the of the democratic party r i MISS KATE BOGLE a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools 4sLincoln County subject to the action of the demo party 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 subject to the action of the democratic party DCALLEN- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party e 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 jectjlo the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Asiesur of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to tie action of the democratic party r JOHN W YERKES commissioner of internal revenue and President Rooee velta personal representative In Kentucky whipped loco line that portion of the republican party which Is opposed wan officeholding machine and completely dominated the republican State convention in Louisville The platform adopted was a fulsome panegyric on President Roosevelt for whom tbadel egates were instructed to vote at the National convention in Chicago Mr Yerttes iraa made temporary chairman without opposition after which W 0 Bradley R P Emit George W Long Vid E E Underwood colored weN elected delegaleaaUartfe to the Na tional convention Col Morris B Bel knap late republican nominee for gov ernor of Kentucky was mentioned only once during the convention TUB vitality of the canvass of Wil liam Randolph Hearst Is shown In the fact that it does not seem at all affect ed by the action of New York which apparently instructed for Judge Park er Several States have since heoI either Instructed for Hearst or sent ualnstructed delegations when It lookI ed like they would have fallen over each other to get Into the band wagon after New Vorks action The fact it there Is more in the candidacy of Mr Hearst than many people think or at i least will admit He may not be nomi nated but he will In all probability be In position to dictate who will be i THE republican platform adopted at Louisville is nothing more than servile and fulsome pralee of pie hunters for the pie dispenser Roosevelt Is credit ed with the accomplishment of every thing good Including the crops and li held higher than the deity who must always be accorded a back seat when the man on horseback gallops to the front Such flattery and the reason thereof is enough to make a canine cachinnate TILE papers are saying some mighty nice things about Hon Harvey Helm vhoaechancea to represent this die trict in Congress grow brighter dally They recognize Mr Helm 4 sterling worth and like us believe that be la the gentleman to nominate Space for bids a reproduction of all the good ed itorials written in his favor but wewl- lprint some of them from time to time t t r= SPEAKER OANNON says that If the republican nomination for vice prod dent were tendered him ho would not accept It under any circumstances The Speaker says he prefers to remain In the House and will be a candidate for reelection as Speaker If the republicans control POLITICAL Hearst forces scored a victory In die trict caucuses preliminary to the Iowa State convention R P Ernst of Covlngton was elect od chairman of the republican State central committee William Henry Jones of Glasgow was nominated for Congress by the republicans of the third district Delegates to the National convention have decided to elect John W Yerkes national committeeman from Kentucky President Roosevelt has appointed Adolph Grant Wolf to succeed Judge Sulabacher as associate Justice of the supreme court of Porto Rico Senator Bailey has sold his stock farm near Lexington and will take his horses to Texas where he will continue breeding on an extensive scale The subcommittee of the republican Natlonalcommlttte6 has decided to recommend that Ellhu Root be made tem porary chairman of the convention President Roosevelt Is said to have Intimated that If he Is unable to get a first class man to run the republican campaign he will take charge himself As the result of the explosion of a powder mill near Newport Ind four men were killed and two injured and property was destroyed in the sum of 17000 Angus W Cannon Jr stated at the Smoot investigation that he had per jured himself in testifying that Presl dent Smith of the Mormon churobhad performed plural marriages Judge Parker Is not the only candU tlon wbo has kept his mouth shut on political Issues In 1806 McKinley re mained silent on the sliverquestion un til be wrote his letter of acceptance CHURCH MATTERS Services at Baptist church Sunday morning and evening as usual Morn log subject itA Happy People Servi ces begin at 11 oclock Evening subject What Doth Hinder Thee Servi cell begin at 730 oclock Rev O M Huey contributes the fol lowing I closed a delightful meeting at Hazard county teat of Perry county and 40 miles from Jackson from which place I had to ride horseback with 25 additions The meeting only continued seven days This Is the greatest mission field I waa ever In It Is the seat of the FrenchEversole feud of several years While there they bad one examining trial for murder and now have a comparatively quiet county No whisky Is legally sold and the moonshine business is about broken up We have a new Baptist school building just about finished costing about 15000 School Is conducted by Rov A S Petry who heretofore used such buildings as he could secure and had 200 In attendance during last term He hopes to open In the fall under more favorable conditions and with about 300 students The young men and ladles are a fine class of students They sacrifice and study and are de termined to make something of themselves Hazard is in the midst of a pop ulation of 70000 that Is almost without religious privileges It was a pleasure to labor among them and I give God the praise for the wonderful blessings we enjoyed Hazard Leon a boom All mineral lands are being bought and they are looking for a railroad and then Jackson had better look out HIGHLAND Everybody lap IDIr corn this weekDied at the home of his daughter Mrs W F Lee near Crab Orchard Uncle Johnnie Bough aged about 90 years His remains were laid away In the cemetery at Mt Morlab Herman Reed who has been confined o his room since Christmas has Im proved so as to be able to walk about n the yard Mrs C M Young has been quite ill for the past 10 days Messrs A L and Ed L Young left hla week for New Albany In search of employment Mr Green Young of was visiting his brother A B Young and other relatives last week Miss Emtca Uodbey of Bethel Ridge Is assisting Mrs C M Young In the millinery business Brao God bey of Joyce visited C M Young Sunday Cured His Mother of Rheumatism My mother has been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism says W H Howard of H sband Pa At times she was unable to move at all while at all times walking was painful I pro seated her with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm after a few applications she said it was the most wonderful pain reliever she had ever tried in fact she Is never without it now and is at all times able to walk An occasional application of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that sLe was formerly troubled with For sale by W N Craig The Metropolitan Handicap at Mor ria Park was won by Irish Lad To thirdicago Ore i IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Former Lleut Gov Hindman was thrown from his buggy and seriously hurt at Columbia SqulrelJames Dopper a well known citizen of Russell county and fur many years a magistrate Is dead The handsome country home of E F Rlpy near Lawrenceburg was destroy ed by fire entailing a 5000 IouIWilliam Johnson who Is charged with trying to aisaislnato Alex Lucas at his home near Parks vl He is In jail at Danyllle James Ben Thompson a farmer llv log In Marlon who fixed a shotgun to shoot a thief forgetful of the act was the first to lose his life by the trap W E Bradehaw a stock dealer or Columbia was seriously Injured by a kick from a mule His chlotiooo and jawbone were fractured and ho f10a critical condition The residence of John Hclroulmou near Floyd Switch Pulaski county burned together with contents Lou about 2000 with no Insurance The origin of the fire is not known A Washington dispatch says A trend order hat been issued by the postotllce department against Shoemaker Company and R L LUiey of belcompaDYconsisted of only Lltsey advertised to sell breeding and pedigreed cattle hogs and poultry and after getting big money pleaded delay from one cause or another and then sent cheap stock MATRIMONIAL At Eoglchart Ind John Harris and Miss Sallie Smith each 15 years old were made one Coleman May and Mss Mary Hoover were quietly married at the Catholic church la Danville Joseph M Acton a widower ot 35 and Miss Arvelia Roberts were joined heart and hand at JT Roberts Moo day Whooping Cough In the Spring of 1001 my children had whooping cough says Mrs D W Cappe of Capps Ala I used Chamber lains Cough Remedy with the most sat isfactory results I thick it is the best remedy I have seen for whooping cough This remedy keeps thorough loose les sees the severity and frequency of the coughing spells and counteracts any ten dency toward pneumonia For sale by W N Craig THE CALVERT Miss Willie K locker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Loui- sUMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a small amount I can Bz your umbrella hatter than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHU3AS3 Prcprlltor Electric Lights In every room Refurnished and under entire New Management Bob the favorite porter meets all trains Large Welllighted Sample Room NEW LIVERY STABLES WltJUltt Si bars JUNCTION CITY KY IriUOUis Turnouts at Beuonable RateS Special Attention to Traveling yea Orals and Hay For Bale FOR SALE I 257 acres of land situated In Lincoln county Ky on the turnpike road leading from Stanford to Oustonrillo 3 miles from the former place In one of the best neighborhoods In the county well watered has never tailing running streams on same and known as Uie John B Murphy farm All of said farm In grass except about 30 acres 55 acres In growing wheat which looks well MraoUiy and clover All under good fence and good Anyone desIrIng- to purchaseagoodfarmwllldo well to see me or write me before purchasing OEO W CARTER Turnersvllle Ky VERYBODYISNOTATAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In I represent one of the best tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures and dlrectons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prlcns are the same as Inex businesslalsoand other aultlncd I will cut and make If you desire at a moderato price Thank- Ing you for past favors I am yours H C RUILEY the Tailor CLEANING HOUSE I You may need new carpet matting oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains tacks curtain poles pictures frames screens passe partolst doors glass table chaIn safes wardrobes couches dressers washstands beds springs mattresses chamber suits water sets chiffon lers folding beds washing machines wring ers wall paper carpet paper trunks tate scopes carriage paint house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELAND KY SAM BAUGHMAN This well knowu Jack will ruaketheieaio of IOU at farm tlio Fleoner place near- Turnorsvllleat eight dollars to Insure ally Ing colt lie li close to IB bands Is black with mealy points and 1 a sure foal goiter Ji F GAIN Turnersvllle Ky GILT EDGEsJR Saddle stallion P provenhimself byOnI bellhlenvllleI D M ANDERSON Ireachersvlile KyI I EAGLE BIRD I ITlt mighty ton oft great tying itloI le Hlrd as a show tlalllon has but few Leringw0ICyhorses that Kentucky hat ever produced hllthIprices either for business or breeding purposes Will make the present season at the table of his owner two miles west of Stan ford on the Shelby pike at the low price of 110 to Insure allying colt Parting with the marl forfeits the Insurance JAIl II WOODS Stanford Ky INABOTH JR Naboth U a beautiful dark bay with heavy mane and tall with good boae plenty of style and flnlsh and has extreme high action and If worked would step aa fast at old Na lath his tire He U over 16 hands high weight 1 15S pounds and only 5yeare old this May He Is tired by the wellknown- I Naboth Flat dam by Messenger Chief Jr Snd dam by Crlt Davis 3rd dam Thorough bred Naboth will make the season of 1MI at our stable In Stanford at the low price of 112 SO to Insure a living colt Money due when colt If foaled or mare parted with countyforfelNaboth Is considered by the boat horse men to be the best horse In Kentucky to breed to for highclass harness horses See hIm before you breed J It DEALKV Stanford Messenger Denmark I ny Cottons Meeseuger ChIef he bIOldMnttengcr Chief tam Arch Denmark Wmatand atil to Insure a liv ing colt JIM PORTER ScTnyc rol l JoeklSX hand hi jh proven breeder and a splendid Individual known as the Silas jack Will stand at seven dollars to Insure a living cult Iloth will make the season on Silas Anderson farm Mares traded or moved out of the moneydueI W H IFIUNKLKS Rowland KINO EAGLE King Eagle Is li bands 3 Inches high dark bay gUM all the raits with plenty of IlojalKing1st dam by Eagle by Lion Ird dam by Harris Denmark he by Millers Denmark tilt dam by Jim Belt thoroughbred NOTE Royal King was tired by the gnat On Time and U a brother to the great Sil ver Klnr and Allle O the great show mar- tha sold for 1000 King Eagles Sod dam Is the dam of Minnie Boyd the great show mare that Melt Cohen woo everywhere within n05 and sold for WOO King Eagle will make the present season of 1801 at my stable JX miles west of Stanford on the Shelby CIty pike at the low price of 110 to Insure Will also stand the great mulnandjennet Jack Bil ly Keene at 1 10 for marry and fJO for JeD nets to Insure a living colt Billy Keene was sired by the great Tom Keene lit dam by the Imported Ialermo lad dam by Levi Hubbles Prince the sire of Joe Blackburn and IIrlaolla Billy Keene stands full It hands high black white points and as a breeder he is unsurpassed as a mule or Jennet Jack His cotta will show for them JackJimto Insure living colt Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere forfeit the Insurance and money be comes due at the time of such transaction For further particulars call on or address S T 1IAKUI9 KyPhone DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 FULL BROTHER TO ESTELLE 210 14 Sired by ZnadlG JJarduooby GoUJuil ijo and he by Vermont Morgan Doney GolJJuifs erinj dam on sires side was by the Imp Arabltn Stallion ZllcaJI till dan Is Florence by Golden Mlnto thief a son of GaUl Morgan making him intensely Inbred Morgan Sullton descending from Justen Morgan on roth sldes The best family of road horses ever known Dorwy Goldduit Is a dark dappled bay full li hands and weighs 1100 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of highclass road and eawrtn horses com bining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are In demand attopprkes Both the champion saddle and combined gelding of the American florae Shows of roody Jack O Diamonds stands to his credit 10 of his colts sold last year for 10750 and Jijoo was refused for a walktrot mare by him Ills services are offered for less than any horse of his produc ing qualities In Kentucky Will stand at my farm near Stanford at S2O TO INSURE A COLT Fronch Conch Stallion QUASI NO 2127 In French Coach Stud Books of America also In Republlque Francalie Haras Natlcnaux No 1186 I Winner of first prize at the National Universal Ex posillon Paris 18978 competing with over 60 stal 1 lions In show ring Imported by W H Tlchenor k On of Chicago In 1898 biy black points small star 16 11 hands high weighs In working order trued Wired by the French Government Stallion Frame dam Charmantla by Le Dord and end dam by Revo lution extended pedigree framed Quasi has never been beaten In the show ring A sure breeder of large fine high style and big acting colts and very kind to handle the attention of breeders to my colts by him to be seen on my farm jo of his get out of all kinds of mares Quasi will make the present season ol 1004 at my farm s is miles from Stanford on the Husloovllla pike at SIB TO INSURE A COLT Money due when colt drops or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept at 6oc per week on grass no responsibility for accidents or escapes The best of careful given and no accidents so far Tom Koeno JrWill make the season at same place at S to Insure a colt This Jack Is almost a counterpart of his Ire and from his breeding should prove a high class mule Jack Old Tom Keene his sire had no superior and breeds on through his colts Ills lit da Cleaver and by Giant jrd by Went End 4th by Great Western Phone ut Danville p REID Address Stanford or Danvllie 4 SPECIAL BARGAINS J K Grand Leader this Week Wash silk 2T inches wide White Black Blur Inn nntl Pink worth 7bu this week only13c yard 18 inch Tnflbta nil colors worth fiOc this week 20o yard Mohair 38 inches wide gray only worth Ofio one wook only aDo n yard 40inch Blank Molmir worth 81 one week only dOe yard 126 Corsets now stylus Including straight front and dip hips north 78o gpooliil ila IIuIlos muslin underwear at greatly roduwHl prices To ulnae ont ouroJof Clothing and Ions Hats near gnrniout marked to oot jnul below cost IouS t 2 shads this wook 8180 luaus 8360 tltott thiu week 8225 mens BOc underwear this weak Sfio OWSLBY BLOCK WATCH Ofll ADS GRAND LEADER I M B Levy O Co 8 B Levyi+ Mastic Mixed Paint Will cover GOO square feet one cpat 300 square feet two coats This paint has given entire satisfaction to you and to your noigh hors for 20 years Isnt it fair to think it will still do 80 185 per gallon at 4 Pennys j J 40 t S3 SO For style and received our McCormackStnford guaranteed before Colt Skin to Viol t W E I C R Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro ducefCeR McCormack Hustonville Heaters Get our prices on Heat ers bfore you buy Lamps Few left from Xmas at very low prices 1 JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Season 1904 Wood lawn Stock Farm RED LEAF J 4yearoM record 222 in Olh heat over J mile track Sire of 3 with records better titan 230 Champion show horse of Kentucky and loading sire of highclass road horses and teams 25 to Insure a Living Colt and a Good One at That I claim it Is to the best interest of the owners of mares of Mercer and adjoining coun ties to breed to Red LedIt Because he is not for sale I willwrk keep him and breed and handle his produce and it is very natural that I for the sale of all his colts at high prices no matter to whom they belong 2nd Because his colts have a reputation and have sold for higher prices dndeveloped than those of any stallion in Mercer or adjoining counties 3rd Because iris colts have taken more premiums than those of any stallion in Mercer or adjoining counties 4th Because he has a better record as a race horse having won 10 out of 13 races and a better record as a show horse having won 58 out of 63 shows than any stallion in Mercer or adjoining coun ties 5th Because Red Leaf is the only horse sired by a horse with a record of 218 C F Clay who has sired 8 colts with records better than 213 and with a darn La dy every colt she had took a standard record and was a winner and whose granddam Soprano was the greatest brood mare in the world having n in the list and whose sire C F Claysold for t6000 and whose dam sold for Sljoo whose dams site ned 30000 for a half interest and who himself Red Leaf sold at 3 years old for 81000 and at 14 years old for 1750 and that has himself sired 14 colts to sell for over 8000 some as as ezoooand teams from 81500 to cjoou in Mercer and adjoining counties 6th But three of Red Leafs colts were ever trained for speed and they all took records 7th But one of Red Leafs colts was raced and he started in n or 12 races winning first in one and second In all the oth ers as shown by the Year book and showed miles in 215 and would have been a sensational horse bad he lived 8th Red Leaf has sired more highclass highpriced teams than any stallion in Kentucky in the past two years gth I can show several otters of over 3000 for a pair I now have None of those sold were five years old and most of them under three years Now 1 say If you want a trotter Red Leaf is bred to get them as his cire is one of the worlds greatest sires of extreme speed and his dam a great producer and she by one of the worlds greatest sires of speed Red Wilkes and his sres the greatest brood mare in the world If you want a show hprse he has proven he can get them of the highest quality a threeyearold mare by him showing through the circuit in regu lar and sweepstakes and winning 24 out of 26 showssomething equaled only by the worlds famous Gipsy Queen If vou want a business horse he can get them that will sell for the highest dollars and his fillies are sure to be great brood mares If theso are not facts why nol I also have a good Black Jack to stand atSS to insure a living colt I R E GODDARD Burgln Ky 4 i 1a T Carpets Wn cant buy any bettor goods than tho onos we show Look our lines over all prices from tho cheapest hemp to tho host ingrain Big lino of Brunols in tho sample lino MATTINGS Now CIO Ul stookell in this ecason lOo to lOe- i OIL CLOTHS 1 Wo bate a big lino of beautiful pattorni In 1119 and 2yard wide 1 CURTAIN SWISSESIAnd Panels I jw Carson Room THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY it 1001 p u t Haying bad many anxious Inquiries about the great tonlo ViNOk we take pleasure to Inform youthat we are solo agent for this remedy and have a large t supply of It on band Penny Drug Store Stanford Ky Arnold Sutherland builder of floo vehicle rubber tiring and car riage repairing a specialty For 810 we will lurnlsh either of the leading brand A V Morgan sic Wrlltbl or the Goodyear All A V tires guaranteed for one Phono or write Ue Arnold Sutherland Daoyllle PERSONALS 1 ERNEST WARREN of Mlddlesboro Is vbere j MRS KATE MILLER II visiting In Louisville DR W B OBANSOS went to Lou Isyllle Tuesday MR a C MO =LCRE of London was j here Wednesday Miss SALLIE DUUDERAR Is with- Y ts Louisville relatives Miss MARY L GRIMBS of Garrard U wltb Mrs S R Cook f MRS LOU Massif of Argent III II with Mr Tim W Hutchison Miss BoesiE RICHARDS of Danville i J was with Mis Ophelia Lackey DR J B BBCK and wife left TUBS 1 day for the Worlds Fair at St Louie MRS DEXTBK BALLOU and ohlldrcn are with her tiller Mrs Rlneheart at London MR J W HAYDEN came over from Paris to attend the burial of Col W AG WelchCot E Binu continues lit at the 4home of his daughter Mrs S M Ow i see near MoKlnney MRS M o WINFREY of Middle bo ro was on Tuesdays train en route to Louisville to visit friends MRS J H MoALtSTEK and little Beule D loft Tuesday to join the husband and father at Canton Miss v MR HORACE BROWS and wife of Mew Albany arrived Wednesday to visit ber brother non Harvey Holm MR W H PETTUS I acting asdepot agent for the L fc N here while Mr Joe S Rice le attending the burial of Dr WE Garnett at Cave City MR ROUERT a OAUKLUY the popu lar clerk at E C Wine1 drug store rwu Initiated Into the mysteries of the Antlered tribe last Friday evening Richmond Climax V Miss EDNA BAUOHUAS of More land was In the city yesterday the t guest of Miss Mary Dunn en route to her nome after an extended visit to relatives In Lexington Advocate MR 8 H BAUOHUAN of Lincoln county a prominent farmer and floe horse raiser was over yesterday to lee his daughter Mill CIao Baugbman who Is attending CampbellHagerroan College Mill Baugbman will gradu ate at commencement la June Lex inglon Democrat DR J H BALLOU Ion of Elder Joe a Ilallou late of the West has located at Burnildo lately for tbe practice of med icine Ho was born whore now Is the flourishing little city of Burnslde and doubtless will be made to feel very much at home Mr and Mr T W i Martin and George Martin of Lincoln county were recent guests of Mrs Ada Dawe Mrs J C King of Oklahoma is with her sister Mri Sam Biggins who has been In ill health for some days Prof Stapp le suffering with a V stroke of paralysis lAnd is In a poca I xlous condition Somerset Journal MRS ANNIE LASLEY has returned from an extended visit to her brothers Mr Jas B Seargent of Orange Tex as She was accompanied by Dr An drew Seargent and wife of Hopkln vllle They visited Galyeston Hout ton and Huntsvllle at tho latter place J visiting the State Normal School which Is an outgrowth of tbo college where Mrs Lailey graduated While there Mrs Lasley was the recipient of many courtesies and much attention from those who wero her schoolmates i more than 30 year ago A short stay i Orleans before re- t I was made In New turning to Kentucky MLOCALS ARABIAN NIGHTS or the Prince of Liar will be given at Walton Opera I Rouse next Wednesday night llth J by Mis Ella May Saunders and her company of Staofqrdjladle and gentlemen SCMMRR lap dusters sit J 0 MoCla ryi IDEAL KNTHKTAINEHS at Walton Opera House Friday nlltbt May 20lh I J SEC our buiriry harness Twill eave you some moooy Dlecloi McKln ney GOOD stock Wtlppoorwlll cow- poa11 75 per bushel Higgle It Mc Kinney THE Stanford will cross bat with the Lancaster nine Lancaster Friday afternoon I aI NEW and stylish thing at the crar Studio Stanford and Danville A reliable guarantee to please with every order I MESSRS J Q CARTER and W H Traylor will apply to the Lincoln coun ty court Monday for distiller1 license to tell whisky ON May 10 and 31 the L N will tell roundtrip tickets to the Worlds Fair at St Lout at 1925 Tho tickets will be Rood for 10 day I PASTOU J A BARIIEE of tho colored Methodist church tells us that there will bo a grand rally and basket meeting at his church on Sunday June i TilE Stanford Marble Granite Co will begin operations Tuesday next PreildontJ D Doono tell ut that nearly half of the lock has been placed IF you have onee I red enter Mlnment given by the Ideal Entertain are tben we do not need to advise you to attend May 20ih at Walton1 Opera Homo for nothing could prevent your going TilE public school will have only one graduate this yell Mill Lula Delle Hayden The corn mencemoot exercises will occur at Walton Opera Homo Friday evening May 13- JUDGE J M TILFORDS borne at Liberty burned Wednesday night Ho carried about ISOO Insurance on the residence and furniture ID one of the company represented by Mr It B Mabony AN elecwilesbeheld Saturday between the hour of 1 and 01 N for the purpose of choosing a trustee for the Graded School Col WGWelch lucccttor u trustee will be chosen by tbe board later TilE Suoford emaleCoilega will have two graduates this year Mine Minnie A Sine and Maggie H Hop per Tbe commencement exercises will take place at the Presbyterian church Thursday morning June 2 MR W H TRAYLOR the clever die tiller has lost tome ISO bogs from cholera He had about 300 moro sick wltb that disease but Dr J H Snod cy of Alton III an expert hog doctor was sent for and be got most of them well before he left BRADY Mr L D Brady arrived hero last week from Mat eld Green Kansas with the remain of hie brother George Nicholas Brady who died at that place after a two weeks illness Tho body KM laid to rOIl In the family burying ground after short service by Rov J W Hagln NOTICE Tbe heirs of Mrs Eliza both CrutcbQold deceased have decid ed that her farm on Hawkins Branch shall be told privately The place must bo sold by June let If you want It now le lobo time to put In your bid For fur thor particulars address or see L B Hughe Stanford Ky W E Garnett fath er of Mr Jon S Rico and Mr Fred Garnett of this place died at the former homo at 0 oclock Wednesday morning of stomach trouble from which he had been a sufferer for some time He was 05 years old and a wife and throe children survive the kind huibadd and Indulgent father The remains were taken to his home at Cavo City yesterday morning and at noon alter funeral services by his pat tor were laid to rest Dr Garnett was a devout Baptist a substantial citizen and a successful practitioner He came here hoping that a change of climate and scenes would be beneficial to him but grew weaker from the start Much sympathy Is felt for the widow and children c d House Cleaning Time Run the men folks from home and get the Spring cleaning task off your mind You will need some Mattings Rugs or Cur tains to Things up Let us show you we will save you money and show you the very newest goods to be hae COL WILLIAM GATEWOOD WELCH Col William Gatewood Welch die tlngulshed citizen brilliant lawyer and faithful friend died at 720 Tuesday morning after a long Illness In Feb ruary be trimmed a corn closely and ticking a piece of paper on It to stop the slight flow of blood he gave no more attention to It until It began to give him pain Blood poison tot In and ho took his bed a few days later and was never out of h1s room afterwards Such was the end of one of tho creates t men and brightest minds that Ken fjnlcy ever produced Col Welch was birD In Crab Orchard April Ufa 1841 He was the third son of Dr Thomas Welch a noted physician In his day He attended the schools of his neigh borhood till about 17 years of age and then entered college at Georgetown where he at once became recognized as one of the most brilliant young men at tbat Institution He toad at the bead of bis classes then as be had stood at the head of bll profession the law since graduating with the blgheitbnn 011 he was by far the youngest of his class At the outbreak of the Civil War ho cut hll fortunes with the Confederate arms and became a major on the staff of Col Ganoof the Trans Mlsielppl Dopartmnent and served with marked gallantry until the end At the close of hostilities he returned to his home at Crab Orchard and studied atone for hll profession later locating In Stanford where be ipsnt his remalng year Possessed of an exceptionally clear and logical mind he at once became recognized as a man of rare abilities and his lervlc as were sought by parties In legal con tests all over the State Col Welch was not only A great lawyer but a man of the highest sense of honor the most sympathetic of natures and according to his means no man has ever given more freely to the cauio of charity Commanding the respect of every person of every station Col Welch presence was felt at all times He was of the Saul of Tarsus mould and his friend would have given tbelr lifes blood for him Be wa a fine specimen of physical manhood and every Inch a- miD In the truest sense of the word Some 30 year ago Col Welch formed a partnership with Judge M C Saufley and they composed the strongest legal firm In the State This business part nership was dissolved when tbe latter accepted a Federal judgeship In Wyo ming but the social relation continued In fact two men never admired each other more nor had greater regard for each other feelings than did Judge Saufley and Col Welch They fought for tbe same cause when hostilities waged their business relation Increas ed their devotion one for the other they were life long friends and no one feel more keenly the loss of Col Welch than doe Judge Sauflov Col Welch death fa not only a blow to Stanford aad Lincoln county but to the State at large Truly he was a man among men whoso Intellect was see and to no mans Ho will be missed ala lawyer as an adviser as a friend In need and as a friend Indeed A pity it is that be could not have been spared longer that hr immense store of wis dom might hayo further benefited men that hi broad views might have helped us to forgot and overlook lobe small thing of life and his warm and true friendship further enjoyed The Graded School of which Col Welch was a trustee closed In honor of his death yesterday The court house whore be has been a leading practitioner for year Is draped in mourning and a seeming pall hang over the entire community Beautiful floral offerings bore silent testimony of the esteem In which Col Welch was held Among them were handsome ones from the Stanford Bar tbe Beaver Creek Oil Gas Co the Graded School and the United Daugh tars of the Confederacy The Thomas W Napier Camp of Confederate Veterans of which Col Welch was a member and the Robert J Brocklnrldge Camp of Danville acted as an escort at the burial and Dr E M Green the chaplain prayed and made a few appropriate remarks at the grave Besides his wife Col Welch leaves throe sisters Mrs Hanna Jennings of St Louis Mr Ophelia M Thompson and Miss Clara Welch of Chicago and In their loss they have the undivided sympathy of the entire county After Col Welchs body htd been prepared for burial it was taken from his late apartments to the homo of Mr J C Bailey whore hundreds of admir log friends called to pay their last trlb ute to the honored dead Col Welch was especially fond of his nieces Mrs Bailey and Miss Ophelia Lackey who did all In their power to make his last days as free from pain as possible Their devotion and attention to him was beautiful Indeed An Immense crowd attended the burial at Crab Orchard yesterday afternoon and there was hardly a dry eye In the throng Tbe batik there of which he was a director closed yester day and business generally was practi cally suspended during the funeral Tbe acting pallbearers were Judge Robert J Brecklnrldge Col Thomas P Hill Judges M C Baufley J W Alcorn J P Batley and Hon R C Warren The honorary pallbearer were lion P M McRoberti J B Paxton Harvey Helm W A Tribble W 8 Burcb J N Saunders Messrs Ed Wilkinson and Bledsoe Bailey Stanford Curtis Cover J B Gllker son Crab Orchard William Herndon John W Miller Lancaster C C Fox C R McDowell Danville Judges John W Hughes and W C Bell Harrods burg C C Williams John W Brown Ml Vernou Judge T Z Morrow O H Waddle Somerset George E Stone J E Bertram Montlcello J B Stone C F Montgomery Liberty At a meeting of the Board of True teee of Crab Orchard the following resolution was adopted Resolved by the Board of Trustees of the town of Crab Orchard Ky that In the death of Col W O Welch our attorney we have lost an able counsellor and a true friend By order of Board J W Guest Chairman J B Gllkerson Clerk Miss ALVIRA VANA RSDALE and her company of local talent gave a splen did show to a big house at Hustonville last night That the entertainment was heartily enjoyed was shown by tbe liberal applause each act received ADVERTISING PAYSMr Joseph CotTey lost a wrap coming from Crab Orchard yesterday and ordered It ad vertised Before we went to press however George T Wood who found It bad sent It to her BRO BARNES was refused the use of either the churches or court house at Plnevllle Shame on tbe people of that place I A Startling Tost To save a life Dr T G Merritt of No Mehoopany Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure He writes A patient wu attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by ulceration of tbe nlomach I had often foundElectrlc Bit tens excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles BO I prescribed them The pa tient galnd from the first and has not had an attack la 14 months Electric bitters are positively guaranteed for Dys pepsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only 60c at Pennys SALE OF LOT Thi undersigned committee will on the lath of May 1901 on the premises tell at publlc auction the school lot of two acres 1 rood 17 belonging to the Trustees of Stanford Male and Female Seminary situated on Somerset street In Stanford Ky Terms made known all day sale W M In J B Dr J B DENTIST Office In Elmore Building MAIN ST Stanford I We want your trade and will pay you the best market price for your Poultry Eggs Feathers Hides Fun Brass Call at NORTHOOTT k CO Stanford Ky I I want to buy staves spokes headings lumber logs etc Will pay hlglest cash I price at Moreland D II O Peyton A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Ky I OMOT T UeXobnU Drof Stors In t1i Ovslsy IiW141a l Rugs Endless variety of Patterns in Morpiotto anti Smyrna Rug A special 1 12 yard long Brussels Rug at Vie PORTIERRESIn Stripes 8200 to 8500 LACE CURTAINS- At 7c to 500 per pair Dotted Swiss Ruffled Curtains at 98c to 8150 WINDOWSHADES In White Green Yellow Also extra lengths and widths SErVERAIfCE 8a SONTWO STORES baldteam colored Carpets brighten notwithstanding PAxroNCom Beck Kentucky Produce Wanted LUMBER WANTED Stanford Leader RDomI SHIRTSSPRING esao We have shirts in great variety To be worn in good society With the strictest of propriety SOc and 100 tetaooererasw Cummins I McClary to use A M P M Tun pony will make present season at place near Peytons WoU at to Insure living colt Is about 12 hands spotted pony and individual R 0 KT CRITERION On a coat means a deal to the wearer Its the shoul ders of a coat the close fit ting collar the perfectlybuilt shaperetaining front that the wearer j look and Feel Well Dressed If you will wear a Criterion suit you will be satisfied more do you want V 750 to 1750 HeJ MROBERTS Stanford ICy TRY ONE OF THESE 111 r Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For a Clean and Shave you cant aflord not a CLAUSS RA OR t r t GEORGE H FARRIS a CO Stanford Kentucky Dr Gussie M Phillips 4 OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH HOTEL STANFORD KY ITUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY 9 to 1 All chronic diseases treated Gynecology and Nervous Diseases a Specialty DIXIE One Shetland the my J8 a He a beautiful a perfect NUNNELLEY Turnersvllle great makes What Prices Easy nave your colts cas trated by T F GROSS Preach ersville Ky the wellknown wutrator of horses and horse doctor Satiiftctlon guaranteed Try him 1 j J q 1F4 I LrI THEJNTEH10RJOURNAL littered n the pOll bfiat at Stanford 01 It londela mater 1CvabllahaTvsealys sa3 Fxtdpw t1 PER YEAR CASH tv Whsanot iopaldM00 will beehtrgtd II 0 KMQXYILli BIYISIOM 14 Train North IM pm oM It going w 30 am 1217 am033 It Snath No 2SIt u 12S5pm BOB QUIS 66749- A J 00- i I will stand the above splendid Jersey bull at my place near water at 1150 tn advance Return privileges permitte- B OAMESISOn Stanford Ky J H IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY RND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Carl on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal Portable Engine and Saw Mill fe y For Sale Will sell privately Will also sell a 15 horse power engine boiler All In good repair Wilt soil at a bargain to close up business Will take part pay In lumber POWKLL 8wK aT Stanford Ky Jatl Tray lor DKAUCR IN WHlsku Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc Carpenter Close to DepotSTANFORD KYI Hi Prompt In polite attention Nothing but the bu to dunk Mill phone er telegraph orders receive prompt attention FOR SALEI Ten acresot land a two tory front seven room cottage Tbe house Is new A Iplea did garden and orchard There Is a large mill on the place a good crusher dam Is In good and the natural power Is treat economy In running the mill Does a splendid business U In good has all necessaiy outbuilding The ownerlonlyreason for wiling Is the- rush of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty Is on the flanging Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a For further particulars address SO Thurmond Lytle Ky or L R Boons Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE O COs Real Estate Svents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do to see us We have a number ot fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we hue It you to sell Livery It In our hands Office at Boone Stable Stanford Ky R B Mattony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage ol the property owners counties of 1ncoln and Casey who may be seeking insurance against hire Lightning and rornado None but and best OldLine Com panies represented and the lowest poeaible rates are guaranteed Phoneb- wStanford Kentucky LIVERTROUBLES p landThedfprdsBIaekDranght a rood medicine for liver disease Iteared my ton after he bad spent with doctors It lull tbe moo Icine I takeMR8 CAROLINE MARTIN Parkersburg W Va If liver does not act regularly go to our druggist secure a of Thedfords- BlackDraught and take a dose tonight great family frees constipated bowels stirs the torpid liver eeectiontwill cleanse the bowels of im purities and strengthen the kid neys A invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weak kidneys result in Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of Thedfords Black keptinBlackDraughtplalnta aDd found notbingto excel ttWILLIAM 1AN llsrbteboad IlL THEDFORDS BLACK lit i weYhiar yi r rna Men Who Can Sell Grain or Tobacco Can Sellx Life Insuranceand MAKE MORE MONEY the few farm while InIIIIrancewhether will pay you to try It A course of professional Instruction given tree The Mutual Life Insurance Company of York Richard A JlcCurdv President NewI Laid Address holders over 630 MILLION IISCOE HINDMAN Manager- U S Trust Bldg Louisville Kv HAIRBALSAM OrryflairCUM tab dmm a imlUni m4 tnow IR A JONES DENTIST I Stanford Ky Office over Higglna sit McKlnnoys Ston Telephone Nil SI THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment ol surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Professional bills Sue when services are rendered and must paid promptly BD CARTER Successor to Bruce 4 Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Kv Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horse on commission Stock Pone In Connection E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmere AUODBAUMIB FnrnlturellatUnpKu8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Ohethem a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ C+ JYc L1 Y trNDEBTABmB EMBALMER And Doaloarln SABNE5S SADDLSBY teO Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky elegantlyP O Agency for firstclaes Laundry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business solicited 0 Kentucky State Summer Schoo FoF Teac1ers Wo are glad to announco that the au tborlttcs of the State College have pro ylded for a summer echool for teacher to bo conducted In the buildings of that Institution at Lexington Iron June 6th to July 15th IDOl Prof Milford White of the Normal Department of the State College will be In cbargi as director nod will have aiaoclatec with him a number of the ablest and moat popular Instructor In the Col lege The cola purpose of thus schoo U to prepare teacher for more efficient service In public schools of all grade whether In the rural district In tbi town or In the city The true value of the teacher depends almost entlrelj upon three things namely the moral Influence be exerts In the community his knowledge of the branches to be taught and his skill In Impartlof knowledge to others At the sumtnei school the most elevating Influence will be placed around those who attend a thorough review of all subjects Ic eluded In the State examinations wll be offered and a strong course In the Science and Art of Teaching will be givenIn efforts to reduce the cost ol attendance to the lowest possible bash without diminishing either the com forte or the advantages of those who attend tbo authorities of the College offer rooms absolutely free of rent to all students of either sex Other ex pease will be as low as Is consistent with comfortable living and first clan Instruction The Increase of 20 per cent In tbe salaries of teachers made bv the General Assembly at Its last sea lion should encourage them to prepare for teaching aa a profession Instead ol using It as a stepping stone to some thing else We hope that many of our teachers will tako advantage of the opportunities offered at the summer school this year Program For The County Meet- Ing The semiannual meeting of the churches of Christ In Lincoln county wilt be held with the church at Stan ford on Saturday May 14 Each church Is urged to send a representative pre pared to make a report of local condl lions 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 Is as follows 030 A M standard time Devotional exercises Eld Joseph Dalton 050 Opening Remarks J W Ha gin10AddreuW O Montgomery Hidden Years at Nazareth 1025 Song 1030 Address by F M Tlnder The Religion of the NewTestament1 lJSODjt1l05Addrell by Dr W M Doorei liThe Needs of Mission Work In Lincoln County 1125 Report of the Evangelist 1145 Reports and pledges of repre seniailves of tbe various churches 12 N Dinner served on the grounds 1 P M Devotional exercises 120 Address by G W MllIeThe Standard of Greatness In the Kingdom of Heaven150Song 155 Address by R L Buisabarger Watchman What of the Night 220 Song 225 Address by H C Garrison Apostolic Christianity 255 Song 3 oclock Adjournment Committee P W Carter chairman J G Livingston evangelist C E Tate treasurer W H Shanks score tary GOOD Snares Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liver and all the fine spirits ever made in the Blue Crass State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundred anc one effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition if you would feel buoyant happy ted hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful In your pursuits You can put your liver In fine condition by using Greens August Flowerthe greatest of all medicine for the liver and stomach and certain cure for dyspepsia indigestion It has been a favorite household remedy for over 35 years Au- guat Flower will make jour liver healthy tad active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good plrlll1 Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c At all druggists An official report of the sinking of the Japanese transport the Klnsblu Mara oa the night of April 20haa been received at St Petersburg from Rear Admiral Yeesen The report says the Russians captured 17 Japanese officers 20 soldiers 85 coolies and 05 of the crew The others refused surrender tad went to the bottom with the ship j Quick Arrest- J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was wine in the hospital from a severe case of illes causing 24 tumors After doctors tad all remedies failed Bucklons Arnica Salve quickly arrested further Inflammation and cured him It conquers aches tad kills pain 25o at G L Pennys druggist At Huntevllle Ala Fleming Fro nan cut bis wife II throat killing her tad committed suicide v WAYNESBURG W D Couch a visiting relatives I Somerset J M Johnson our commission mar chant bought t5 worth of chicken and eggs Saturday When you are In town call to see Miss Goocha nice lino of millinery goods up stairs over L G Gooch ok Sons store Mr M Howard left Monday for Mid dletown 0 where he expects to make his home His sister Miss Lou also went Miss Lulu Hicks will so next Sunday They will all be missed by their many friends who wish them 8 happy and prosperous life in their uew home Oscar Hedley and wife of Eubanks were here with friends and relatives We are glad to see Eugene Gooch out again after a severe sickness Burt and Ed Orcutt went to Cincinnati Monday to study telegraphy Uncle Wm Per kins Is slowly Improving and we hope he will soon be out scale- PARENTHETICAL REMARKS A wellknown Indiana man One dark night last week Went to the cellar with a match In search of a gas leak He found It John Welch by curiosity Dispatches state was goaded He squinted In his old shotgun To see If It was loaded It was A man In Macon stopped to watch A patent cigar clipper He wondered If his finger was Not quicker than the nipper tit wasnt A Maine man read that human eyes Of hypnotism were full He went to see If It would work Upon an angry bull lit wouldnt To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellato Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appease 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 theStatoi history and at a mOt critical time Ai Judge of the State fl cal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construi the present constitution whenever It controversy arose as to Its proper construction Almost Innumerable case have burdened the docliais ot my court touching tbe rights of corporations and tbe exercise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged mi duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTUILL Rheumatic Pains Relieved The prompt relief fromjtlio severe pain of sciatica and rheumatism which Is af forded by Chamberlains Pain Balm is alone worth many times Its colt Mr Willard O Vale of Poughkeep IeN Y writes I am troubled with rheumatism and neuralgia of the nerve and Chamberlains Pain Balm gives relief quicker thin any liniment I have ever used For by W N Craig Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 7S00 arts ot land near Junction Clfrwl ere Celdi 21 urn In lulllYlltootrua In gram inleeyoung orchard and ole grape hat bun In Kentucky Party told SMO ol rapes tat year Well watered and footing good Clooe to school and churches A two etory ass room fritue dwtllloz good barn cribs eU all 100t1 repair Price 160 325 acre In Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about acres cultivated about 121 In timber and grass and about 150 In grass Timber on place It cut to IS aches but will make barrel timber Mop les ties and cord wood enough to pay for the place twice over A large part ed There aro four dwellings of rooms ach and one store of twostorles with rooms bove hat wells and springs ot water U In 2 miles of county seat and growl tobacco corn wheat grass etc tar 2200 Onehalf it 150000 acres of cotton lanJ In 1Ilulppl- There It no section of country whkh one to man- ypportunltesforprohtabklnveftmentaslb Mfttlt I Pro erlty Valley The Umber It becoming more valuable all the tint for the reason that lumber people from the North where the supply of timber Is fast Imlnlshlng are constantly Increasing their per basal of timber lands In the South When the tim er It removed the land It unequalej for agrlcultu ral purpoet It will produce a bale of cotton to the creor will grow any other kind of crop raised In the temperate zone The toll needs no fertllltert and lives a yield which cannot be excelled Uses are low the title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta term aDd timber lands at present prices making an In vestment that he will never regret This JandlsdJ IJcJ Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to j000 acres to the tract and prices from 18 per acre to ref acre according to location etc We are authorlted by the company who owns these lands to sate that at other parties are considering the urchase of this lands that we offer these tracts ecttoprlorsalewlthdrawat from market or change n price wlthont notice However when notified they will hold any tract out of market long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About 1000 acres of this land has been told by the pany since we received this option For further rat Icuurt call at our office I lour and Orlst Mill Anderson county Ky M barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 ago Steam and water power tho latter S months of the year It li an up odate roller mill wltb burrs tor corn and neat bolt The Is of 1 yean run 14 ores with the mill including what is with the house ot 5 rooms All for 6350 or 19 600 for the mill and 14 acres One half cash lat One trade No mill In 10 miles Central Kentucky Real Estate TltleOo tanford Ky First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the itank of Stanford In 1S5S then reorganlted as tho National Dank of Stanford In 160J and agalA reorganised as the First National llatk of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 year It Is better supplied now with amities tor transact ing business promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries sad Cer pentliis Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK fCAPITAL STOCK S980000 Directors J L Faxtoa J B Owtley II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter J II rater L 0 Onoch W II Cummins W U Bright K L w II Shanks Successors to The Farmers flank ft Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK- ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial J S T J J W n WEARKNAtU Ohr D1 rill tors V Held Danville S T Harris Stanford J Ilocker Stanford K I Tanner M D Klmore Stanford S II Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jat Robinson Hubble rf Officers B Q BUANKB President J B OWSLEY OashlerI W M BRIGHT Met Oatbtsr The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable oJIMonument Let It be of exclusive and artistic detlfjn the beet material and of per feet workmanship We carryIthe largest stock of Monuments Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools 4INone better None cheaperrWM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky WHATS t Your Idea about Paint 1 LOW PRICE Is LOW QUALITY- Paint tae good as I THE SHERWNWILUAMS PAINT thcrea none better cannot be told for less than we ask If less is asked you know the quality is lower and its not economical Its poorly made contains poor material or is short measure You get what you pay for every time if you use S W P b BY CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky ANTECARLO 226 12Made over Versailles track manning race Sired by Anlco a K that sold for ti Ijoooo at rmblc sale tat Ann by Hailstorm HIS ton of Mambrino Patchen These two crosses produced The Abbot zoyi champion trotting geldicr of the world and dim by Independence son oi Andrew Jackson IncJependencel dam by American Star The American Star and Andrew Jackson blood rc 4 for Crcsccus 202 the champion trotting stallion of the world You MO Ante arlo s I two tapcrusses are reaponsiole for the tallest gelding two next crosses are respousibla for the fastest stallion Then you see he Is better bred than either of them for he hu the blood of both Antecarlo is a solid brown horse IL hands high weinghiag 1170 pounds fine style and action One ol the bet posted men on trotting borse writes of as follows In regard to the stallion Antecarlo 220 bought of T H Smiley I will say I worked him about 90 days in root and I consider one of the fastest trotters I ever drove or In other words about as last as I ever saw 1 have seen him trot a 204 gait timed by a prospective buyer There never was a time while he was in my charge that he could not step a quarter in jai to cart He does not need any extra riging IIfIkind 10M ALIISTBRany will make the present season at my barn in the West KnJ f Stanford at tlo to inaure a living colt Will also stand a good mule Jack at IK i insure a twang alt lie sure and too this Jack and Horse before breeding your marese bc DOCK GRAYShetland Pony 5 years old yS inches tall owned bv Hugh Reid potter will make the season at lio to insure a living colt Dock is by an imported pony that cost II 000 In the Shetland Island and is regarded by horsemen as the best pony in Kentucky defeating all comers In show ring in 1903 Lien retained on all colts until season is paid Mares parted with forfeits insurance and money becomes due E H BE7CZLEY CO GO to W B McRoberts 11 LAN GARDENSffD d is OffJoer3f iJ DRUGGIST STANFORD I FOR LANDRETHS GARDEN t 0