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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i H II it ir VOL xxxn STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 10 1904 + SAM m NO211Resolutions of Respect Whereat It has plotted anovarrul log ProyldcDco to remove from our midi our friend and fellow townsman Col W O Welcb a man of uenulno worth ai to causo not only our town and community but our State as well to feel keenly the lose of luoha staunch f and worthy citizen and whereat Col Welch was for many years a member of the Independent Order of Odd felt lows and whereas every member of this ordcrreipoott our friend and brother because of hit cop U7 personality and Intrinsic character therefore be It re Iaohed That Stanford Lodge No 150 100 F extend to the relatives of thIS deceased their heartfelt sympathy 4k lu their bereavement and because of ties of fraternity and deep respect we do enter Into their sorrow and feel with them the lots they have sustained Be j It further resolved that these resolu done bo spread upon the records of Lodge 150 a copy presented tothe fam fly of our brother and friend ant also that tho INTERIOR JOURNAL be re queued to publUb these resqtutloos Respectfully submitted A C Sloe W A Carson R s Eu bank committee At a regular meeting of Wellington Harlan Post No G A R Danville Ky May 7th 1004 the following reeD lutions were adopted unanimously Whereat our esteemed fellow citi zen and Confederate comrade Col W 0 Welch of Stanford Ky has been removed from the stage of action by death therefore be It resolved 1 That to his death a tad loss has been sustained by the community In which be lived h 2 That wo recognized In him a man of genius of courage and of honor 3 That a record of this bo entered upon our minutes and a copy be fur nished the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL and the Danville Advoaate for 11 publication A N Wells S D VanPelt T 0 Arons S II Coppatro committee f Resolutions adopted by the Crab Or chard Banking Co RESOLVED that whereat we have the death of our friend sod worker Col W U Welch one 1fellow directors and our attorney lost roe of our truest friends and most able r workers and that whereat we do real- Ize that through his death we have sustained ono of the greatest losses that might befall us we do hereby ex tend lo the relatives of the deceased our heartfelt sympathy la their great sorrow J U Collier pres W M Morris cashier W E Perkins vice pre Cur tie Gover director CURE CATARRH BY BREATHING Penny offers to return money IfHyomol treatment falls to cure catarrh without stomach dosingr If for a few minutes lour times a day you breathe Hrorael all caUrrbal germs will be destroyed and the irritated mu cone membrane to health With every Ilyomcl outfit there U a rent Inhaler which can be carried in heputie or pocket Ilromei breathed hrough this contains the same healing ballama that are found In the air upon the mountains where catarrh U unknown It destroys all catarrhal germs In the air putsges of the bead throat and noee and makes a positive and permanent cure of catarrh The complete outfit costs but II while extra bottles of Hyomei can be obtained for 60c making It one of tho most eco nomical of treatments for catarrh Penny believes ao thoroughly In the merit of Hyomei that ho guarantees to return the money If it falls This is cer tainly the strongest evidence he can give of hie faith In the Hyomei treatment U enables any one to use Hjomei without risk of spending money for nothing Ask Penny to show you a Hyomei out fit and explain to you what a simple and easy way U Is to relieve and cure your t csUrrhal troubles sA statement of the attendance dur leg tbo first week of the St Louis Worlds Fair shows that It aggregated 137703 as against 120470 for the lime period during the Chicago Worlds Fair These figures are exclusive 0 the opening day attendance r Dy the order of Chancellor Kyle at Loudon Tenn 400000 receivers cer tificates aro to be Issued to pay oil In debtedness for labor on the Tennesbco Central railroad If the hosting deb of 1700000 Is not paid by May 21 the road will be sold Frau Krupp of Germany observed the birthday of her late husband by giving 126 each to 2000 workmen who have been 25 years In the service of the company and by donating 1123000 to the Workmens Hospital t An U year old boy was brutally mur dered at Waterford N Y II JUDGE ALTON B PARKER A Pen Picture oftile Most Talk ed of Man in the Country At the very eod of the road I found t ao old fashioned white homestead bid den among the trees oo a steep knoll and a big farmer In a slouch hat at the gate With a city mans superficiality I took the man to ba the overseer of the farm and asked him If bo could tell me where I could Sod Judge Par ker The big fellow nodded He made an admirable agricultural figure suited for a painter wholesome red ragged ant burned and seasoned by exposure to the weather His clothes were rumpled by the vigorous movements of a roan who thought more of his task than the welfare of his apparel Tho coat was a blue sack In Its third summer his trousers were a gray pair that wore eloquent of the farm and he wore a flat turn down collar a striped un starched shirt and had no waistcoat A gray slouch hat tan shoes scratch ed and muddled by the farm paths and a ten bolt about his waist completed his make up Blllaee was burned by the sun as red us a lobster and the hair on his hands was burnished a bright gold He was straight and with big strong limbs that showed the develop meat of outdoor Ufa His sparkling black ayes surveyed me with a glint of humor For a moment I felt ridicu lous and feared I bad taken the wrong roadI mean Judge Parker of the court of appeals I explained I was told be lived In the last house on the road Yes do you want to sea him be said gravely Then something In the amused look of his oyes and the broad full features caused me In spite of native prejudice about judges In spite of the clothes and In spite of the funny outs I bad seen In the papers to take an Inspirational leap at the truth He smiled and said I am Judge Parker wont you come up to the house The house a big solid rello of the old Dutch days built over a 100 years ago faces the Hudson In front the knoll drops sheer down tothe waters edge a ICO feet below The ground about Is filled with apple trees and sown with barley A happy Iami1Xof sheep and chickens and farmyard ani mall was reveling In the barley This ground under the trees was littered with apples It was a simple dignified home not the country mansion of a modern mil lionaire but the quiet old fashioned home of a man of wholesome life and habits a gentleman and judge Many homes like It aro scattered along the Hudson Valley Many others near It surpass It In luxury and pretension On the wide veranda commanding a view of the Hudson the big judge sat down and talked about tbo convention In session at Saratoga A lusty young grandson bad climbed upon bis shoul don the moment he had taken his seat and he discussed the subject of the governorship under difficulties While ho talked a heavy wagon drawn by a pair of oxen creaked down to the pier In front of the house with a load of wood Those are my oxec said the judge Isnt that a tine team I didnt especially need them I sup pose but I like them and so I bought the pair for the men hero to use In the farm work The oxen sethim to talking of his hobby his Imported cattle and he forgot all about the Saratoga convention His barn Is decorated with the blue ribbons he bee won with tbeso cattle He took blue ribbons at the Buffalo Fair and has been taking them ever since at the country fairs round about- I was shown about the house and the farm with the simple courtesy of Ron tleman to his guest It was In his work shop and his library that ho showed his greatest pride His workshop Is the big corner room on the lower floor of the house commanding a fine view of the river The walls are lined with law booksbe has the tincst privat- law library In the Stato On the walls too are pictures of the great judges of the past and of his present associates on the bench At the end of the room by the window Is his desk and seated Mefat re vises most of tbo legal opinions which go forth to the world under his name Robert Adamson In May Success The body of Edward Wants the whto from Big Stone Gap Va was found nn the mountainside not far from where pearaDceI berlaloe Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by W N Craig Mmo Janauscbok baa become an inmate of the Actors Fund Home t NEWS NOTES President Candamo of Peru Is dead Gov Vlllada of the State of Mexico died at Toluca FrankBrewer of Paducbb committed suicide at Princeton with lauda numFreight trains collided on the bridge at Henderson Ky with disastrous re suite Three persons were killed by a tornado which swept over Sbackelford county Tenn Acting Gov Cunningham of Alaba ma wants lynchlngs Investigated and the guilty punished Three men were badly hurt by an ex plosion on William K Vanderbilt turblnp yacht Tarantula Fire at Richmond Va deetroed the mill and sheds of the Richmond Guano Co valued at 1125000 As thi result of eallot rat biscuit three sons of Edward O Berry are at the point of death near Oweosboro Ur William Allen Pusey of Chica go lost or was robbed of a tube of ra dium which Is worth 200000 an ounce troyJohn Waltz Jr postmastcratCbest nut DIM Ky has been arrested charg ed with opening a registered letter In his csro Patrolman Hanford Burke of India napolis was shot five times and fatally wounded In a running fight with a burglar Three children of Edward C Berry near Owensboro ate crackers that had been poisoned for rats and are danger ouely III Miss Olive Thomas of Carrollton committed suicide by drinking carbolic acid while on a visit to here liter In In dianapolis Chicago Unions aro said to have over 3000000 deposited In the banks and are agitating the question of starting a bank of their own Eighteen flour mills In Minneapolis MinD have shut down because of the poor condition of the trade and 1000 men aro out of work Fraderlck William Colcamp former ly superintendent of the Knoxvllle division of the L S N died at a sanitarium la Cincinnati It is announced from the inner circles at Washington that the condition of Senator Quay Is serious and that the end probably not far oil Kate Sanddrs aged 22 years Is In jail at Cincinnati charged with drown lag her babe at the J5x haying been arrested at her home near Sparta The activity of burglars In Chicago has made burglary Insurance there unprofitable and a new schedule of rates Is announced to go Into effect June 1 Michael Sirutclus a piano factory employe at Stelger near Chicago fell 160 feet from a ladder he bad boasted he could ascend and his neck was bro kenPassengers on the Sunset Limited of tho Southern Pacific railroad were thrown Into a panic by one of the worst hailstorms ever known In the South westThe Travelers Protective Assncla lion of Kentucky held Its annual see aloes In Louisville selecting that city for headquarters during the next two eareTbomaOweDI the West Virginia desperado who killed Claim Agent R H Crockett on a Chesapeake Ohio train has been captured and taken to Huntlngton Twenty lives wero probably lost In- the tornado In Northwest Texas Tours day night Many houses were wrecked and hundreds of head of live stock are reported lost Miss Rose Rayls a beautiful young girl from Henderson attempted sui clde by setting her clothing onflre In a coil at the police station in St Louts and was rescued by the turnkey LIBERTY Capt Llllard and Dr Penny of Dan ville were guests at the Whlpp Hotel Matt Wilkinson our oldest poeueinonla for the past week but Is better now Capt Lucien Young Is busily engae ed In repairing his telephone lino and Its patrons will soon have much belter serviceR Murphy J W Drown G R Wilkinson E C Moore Gover Wilk inson and Henry Thomas attended court at Stanford Monday The entire population of this place Is hourly engaged In fishing Tbo bank of Green river are lined with anglers every day Sunday not except ed M L Sharp commander of the Mac cohere attended the State convention at Ashland last week Rev John S Sweeney and son Monroe of Paris are guests of John W Moore Dr W W Phillips has returned from Louisville Ho graduated at the College of OeDtis try last week Miss Maymo Phillips of Moatlcollo Is visiting her sister Mrs A P Your I LANCASTER Much corn Is being replanted and the farmer Is the busiest man to be found during these seasonable days ofI the late spring The Diost exciting ball game of the seaeoa will be played Wednesday May llth when the Lancaster team will cross bate with Central University Potts Brothers who for some months past have conducted a grain and feed store here have gone to Danville arc will continue their buslnes In that placeIMr James Beazleywill continue the undertaking business In the Stormee building on Danville street having rented his former place to his success ors In business Messrs Hamilton do Dunlop furniture dealers The Ladles Aid Society realized quite a nice sum from their flower sale held In the store room of Mount S El kiD They thank these gentlemen for courtesy extended them In the loan of their handsome windows for this enter priseFriday afternoon the remaining lots of the tract laid oil by James I Hamilton formerly owned by Dr Herring were sold The prices averaged S1EO Buildings will be erected on lame of these lots at once and will constitute an attractive addition to our town A report of the live stock throughout the county Is ai follows Horses supply short prices good mules prices excellent cattle steady shipments prices varying hogs small demand supply great sheep supply limited lambs for the June market quite promising poul try supply good prices excellent Miss Marguerite Klnnalrd entertain od a few friends Friday evening Miss Nellie E Peyton was called to Lexing ton on business Thursday Miss Jen nle Duncan and Mrs Wattle Duncan have returned from a visit to Mrs Simpson Elkin of Atlanta Dr and Mrs Elktn will spend the summer abroad Mrs Elizabeth Mason has returned from a several months visit to her sister In Nlobolasvllle Misses Katie Lee Denny and Lizzie Hudson visited Daovllle friends last week Mist Mary Gill is at home again after a visit to Mlddlesboro Mill Theo Hemphlll who was a maid of honor to the queen of the carnival Miss Van Winkle at Danville It wjltr her parents Mr and Mrs J C Hemphlll She returns to Hamilton College tomorrow Mrs Dr Klnnalrd has returned from Cin cinnati Master John GUI visited his friend Edwin Ward while In Cincin nati Miss Mary Elmore gave a bay ride to a number of her friends Satur day afternoon They drove to the river had lunch and returned before dusk Mr William West attended the republican convention at Louis vllle last week HUSTONVILLE Wesley Hughes sold M E Allen eight 750pound cattle at 4 Jo Mr and Mrs Barnes Wearen spent Sunday In our city with the old folks at home We are informed that 24o Is being offered for good wool In the West End and some predict another rise of Ie For the past two weeks our piscato rial artists have been having great sport along the banks of old Green river A new Spring suit of palot on the bank and opera house front dlspells the frowning evidence of the recent fires ravageA class metal cornish Is toadorn our college building In the near future a feature that has been badly needed for several years Material for buildings on the lots of Rev G W Mills and Cnarles Wheeler Is being rapidly delivered and work will go forward at once Mrs Nannie Owens will return to Washington City Thursday Mrs T J Robinson who has been in Balti more returned Sunday A very desirable building lot centrally located in our city for business or resteence with large garden for sale by W R Williams 2t The Beaver Creek Oil S Gas Co has added another good 10 barrel producer to Its long list and work will not be de layed In starting another We are glad to report the Improved condition of Harry Frye who has bad a severe attack of pneumonia Wal lace Hall has gone to Washington City to accept a lucrative position Dr Jae Wesley and wife Mrs Col Adams and Simon Wesley all of Liberty have gone to Demlng N M for their health Rheumatic Pains Relieved Tho prompt relief fromjtho severe pains of sciatica and rheumatism which Is afforded by Chamberlains Pain Balm Is alone worth many times Its cost Mr Willard O Vale of PoughkeepsleN Y writesII am troubled with rheumatism and neuralgia of the nerves and Chamber Iains Pain Balm gives relief quicker than any liniment I have ever used For sale by w N Craig ai t HIT PAYS j To dress well appearance counts for a good deal in this world j We are ready to supply you with everything that goes to make a welldressed man All the newest things in Spring Clothes SHOES HATS- FURNISHINGS j j eSe j T o mILLED Danville Ky THE GLOBE GALTON 12910 Sired by Gambetta Wllkel 2 ilO 1st dam Daisy Field grand damot Alice Wllkea 2iK Alretta JlSJf by Enfield sire of six In 130 and dams of 60 In 230 or better lad dam Quickstep by Kentucky Prince Jr ilreofJ Q 2171 Lemonade 227 and the 217ysGallon t Chief and Seeley American Star Gallons tire Oambetta Wilkes has 12 In lIt 14S In the 230 list having put 26 new ones In last reason His sons and Mambrlnoijhavo over 230 IP the list this Oambetta the greatest sire living or Iso wellknown as a highclass show horse and a producer of blghelaa f and highclass high acting sellers that comment Is unnecessary has seasons at mv stable nlnn In all and served 82 mares lat season this Is the very best of 4 proof of n stallions breeding qualities The above Is a good picture of lalton Just as he stnndno IlnJer but bl natorall1eJr Will stand at ItO to Insure a live colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits Insurance and makes DillOn money due Grass furnished after ofIlustonv111eenthpDrad VEHICLESaette 1 If you need a New Turndut this Spring some thing fierviee ablo in the way o- fPhaetons Runabouts Buck boards Buggies Carriages or Carts both Steel or Ilubber Tire See our Stock You cant beat us in either priceEtylo or quality Our Buggy IIAIINESS is as good as you can buy for the money Big stock on hand Come andsee us Higgins MKinnaY STANFORD KENTUCKY Some loss Seqse Reasons why a tin roof not a sheet iron is the best roof made let It will lust three timesms long as the best shingle and will cost very little more end It will conduct lightning as good as any lightning rod if thegutter i J connected to n tile with down spout 3rd There is 50 per cent less danger of fire and it will reduce thinlnsur once enough to pay the difference between it and a cheap roof j See S II Aldridgo the tinner and plumber that does the work Ihbuo No 110 S H ALDRIDGEDepot Street Stanford Ky FOR SALE Residence with rooms halls and porches cistern servant room coal home hen house stable and buggy shed with BH acres of land on Danville street 34 or a mile from court house just outside of town llmttsand within 400 yards of graded school For Information HyI fdBlacksmiths and WM SfcMK Itrt raMYj Stanford Ki J t f ft I t j FHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HARVEY HELM Of Stanford Is a can4ldale for Congress In this the lstriCt wjbj ct to the action of the demo dyrfiHON D L MOORE jofMercer county Is a eindJ te for Cntrtss In the dlttrttt to succeed Hon G subS lent to the action of the Democraderarty Your sups port It eamull wHclted n R C WARREN n Is a candidate for Judge of the Uneota cunty cevrt subject to the action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND SR Is a fcandUaW for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of tile democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD li a canaWe for Sheriff of Lincoln ceuity subjects lee action of the democratic party l y T JEFF Hill SR ii It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject la tilt action of the democratic party t i JESSE C LYNN h candidate for theriff of Lincoln county subject to ft action of tile democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county subject to Me action of tnt democratic paty DINK FARMER li a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject t- oectbnof the Democratic party Id JAMES C HAYS li a caadldat for Jailer tubject to the adlon of the- Heocradc party W I HERRIN N a candidate for Jailer subject to tilt action of the- eaeocratlt party MEREDITH E PRUITT ti a candidate for Superintendent of fubllc Schools of Uncoln County subject to tile of the demo tnuc party MISS KATE BOGLE- Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the action of tilt demo cratic party JAMES D ANDERSON It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to tile action of tile democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candidate forAssessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln county sub Ject to tile action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK It a candidate far Assessor of Lincoln county sit Ject to the action of the democratic party WA CARSON It acandtdate for Attestor of Lincoln county sub Ject to the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Assessor of LIncoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to tae action of the democratic party SINCE Wm Randolph Hearst eeema to be entirely a thing of the past eo far M presidential possibilities are con earned and as Brer Walton can fled BOthlne to lay in defense of Mr Hearat more than that he U a Conctenman sad Rave 51250000 to the campaign fund which has been reiterated in av- ery issue of the IRTEKIOR JOURNAL for the last two months and realizing that our LIncolnicounty friend Is growing very hyf terlcal over what we have had te say of Mr Hearst we bring to close 80 tar as we are concerned aI vituperation as Brer Walton ex prcaeeallt of Mr Hearst Ml Vernon Signal We congratulate you Brer- Albrlghtthat vou have resolved to quit abuslngiso good a democrat aBMr Hearst You sbouldibave known bal ter than to do such a thing onthescaru Now answer tour question asked in Tuesdays Issue will you support Mr Hearst If be Is declared the nomjnco for president and we will quit epaak lug and let voulresl awhile We want BO dodging of the tissue and nothing short of yes orliDO will suffice MR W P WALTON editor of the Lexington Morning Democrat stated in an Interview that the report sent out that be would start an afternoon edition of his paper to be run in the in terest of the candidacy of W R Hearst for the democratic presidential noml nation was absolutely without founda tion Mr Walton stated that ho was not pushing the claims of any partlcu lar man for the nomination and that while he Intended to start an evening edition of his paper It would be run on independent lines He will employ the ScrlppSMcRae news service as well as the Hearst service but says that there is nothing In that to mislead the public In the belief that he is for Hearst He denies that the political 1and financial agents of Candidate I broached the subject to him of running the evening edition In the in terest of their man relinesPRECINCT not suit Icon George O Gilbert and he wants a the committee of this Cqngrceslonal district to meeTalttd rescind Its action la calling them MrrGtlbert wants a primary be e and If be can not get OBCfae may quitana no run at all It Is terrible to think yal rIhis refusal to a f continue his fight for the nomlnaton but the people of this portion of the district are making their preparations to stand It Hon Dan L Moore Is also said to be greatly displeased at his failure to get a primary and Is losing sleep over the matter In the mean time lion Harvey Helm is pursuing the even tenor of his way and kicking at nothing NEWS comes from Sholbyvlllo that Hon George G Gilbert has abandon ed the thought of quitting the race for Congress and will light It out conven tion or no convention POLITICAL Mayfield has organized a Hearst club of 537 members The President has renomlnated Col A L Mille for a brigadier general ship The New York Times wants Judge Parker to declare himself on the Issues of the day- Prelldentl Roosevelt has appointed Col A L Mills Commandant of the West Point Military Academy- A treasury warrant for 840000000 for payment for the Panama canal property was signed by Secrrtary Shaw The democratic State executive corn mittee at Lexington decided to call the State convention for Louisville June 8 i Opposition has developed In Porto Rico to Judge William B Holt and the indications are that he wlll not be named as Federal judge for the leland It Is said that Col James M Gutty byJudman of theldemocratio National com mitteeA of the delegates so far elected to the national democratic convention shows them to be divided as follows Unlnstructedl156 for Parker 04 for Hearst 64 for Olney 24 for Tom L Johnson 2 The Hearst men controlled the Wash ington democratic convention at Olym pie electing seven out of 10 delegates and adopting the unit rule The Gor man candidates were victorious In the democratic primaries In the district of Columbia and the Parker forces controlled the Connecticut State conven tion which met at Hartford At a meeting of the democratic county convention at Lafayette Ind Dan lei W Sims a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor declared be bad refused an otter of the noml nation and a 25000 campaign fund to successfully manage the Hearst cam paign In Indiana He charged that Kirby Smith county chairman was under a similar contract to deliver the 10th Congressional district to Hearst A riot followed this statement and the police were called In Two seta of de- legateeone for Parker and one for Hearst were chosen for the State con ycntlon which meets at Indianapolis next week A STATE convention to elect dele gates to the national convention and to reorganize the party committees was called by the democratic State executive committee to be bold In Louisville on June 8 County mass conventions will be held on June 4 to elect deleI gates to the State convention The committee adopted a rule requiring the recognition of the delegates hold Ing prima facie credentials in effecting the temporary organization of the State convention The rule was the outgrowth of Chairman Youngs decla ration to Gov Beckbam and others at a recent conference that he would not recognize any delegation sent by May or Grainger and the city administra tlon even though the Louisville dole gates be regularly and properly chos en Chairman Young also predicted serious trouble In the State convention fie says he will Ignore the State committees new rule as tocredentlals and and will do all be can In the Interest of W R Hearst for president CHURCH MATTERS The annual convention of the Ken tucky Society of Christian Endeavor Is being hold at Glasgow The Ninth district Sunday School convention adjourned at Versailles to meet next year at Nlcholaavlllo President James J Hill of the Northern Securities Company will give 11500000 more to the Roman Catholic churcb- Tbecommlitee which was appointed to consider the advisability of changing the name of the Episcopal church has reported In tho negative All members of the Christian church are requested to bring dinners or con tribute in some way to the dinner at the county meeting hero SaturdayMr- W H Shanks asks us to state At the Methodist General Confer ence In Los Angeles Dr George El liott of Detroit presented a memorial asking for the consideration of the advisability of the election of a colored bishop Be said he believed the church bad reacbed a crisis In Its relations with the colored race Delegate Chas P McClelland of New York opposed Dr Elliott saying the race question bad been brought before the confer ence entirely top much The quadren nial address of the bishops stated that the relations between the Northern and Southern branches of the church were growing more fraternal and Inti- mateI I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I The tvro Burglnjbanke will not con solldato as has been stcd I Hundley West Sr of Washington county was killed by a Dr H H Hord a ra1lIfield dentist died feverEd ward H Davie has been appointed postmaster at Cobnrg Adair county vice Wm J Biggs resigned Rewards haVobeen offered for the arrest of Bob Sbottun and George Matbus charged with the murder of Green Hendrlckion at Logmont Bull countyAt election held to choose two trustees for the graded school at Len caster ttho retlrfnVfmembers Capt Wm Horndon J W Elmore were retained Tho other members of tbo board are Dr J B Klnnalrd Judge J S Robinson J M Logan and Jacob 1UNSOLICITEDl which five of her pupils took part Miss MyrtleAbram Alllo Huffman Mary I Higgins Virginia Bourne and Mary McRoberts All of these young ladles with one exception as Miss Ellen says she raised so far as their musical lives I are concerned she has had almost en tire charge of them Mite Ellen Im sure felt a great deal of pride when she asked the ladtelliDo you think theyll do I can imagine it one of us had laidtlNo I think not It she would have looked with amazement and thought well youre an Idiot at any rate so far as music Is concerned All of these are quite young girls and to hear them play Chopin Beethoven Liszt Cbamlnade with the ease grace and beauty of old musicians was a cur price to me Now almost any mull clan can play ttrar time music without notes but whoa It comes to dust cal music you seldom find amateurs IIIODeone I Ob I cant play without my notes I recall a composition of Chopin arrang ed by Liszt The Moonlight Sonata of Beethoven a light graceful compost tion of Cjbamlnado entitled The Fawn and one by McDonald It was an enjoyable hour I spent and I thank Miss Ellen and the young ladles for It also for the knowledge that our girls are not In the least behind those of any otter town B A brother of9VBryan says too latter will bead a Nebraska delegation to tbe St Louis convention SALE OF LOT Tin undersigned committee will on the 18th of May IvOi on the promises sell at public auction the school building and lot of two acres 1 rood IT poles belonging to the Trustees of Stanford Male and Female Seminary situated on Somerset street In Stanford Ky Terms made known on dsy of sale W M URKiirr I J B PAXTOX 00011 Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office in Elmore Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the EltgsIeathenCall at NORTHOOTT CO Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I headloglumberprice at Uoreland D U 0 Peyton A 8 PRICE SturgMBD Btil- tCtanford Ky laeovrv MtJI4btr Owalsyaouding FOR SALE I 257 acres of land situated In Lincoln coun the turnpike road leading from Stanford to nustonrlllo 3 miles from the former place In one of the bet neighborhoods In the county well watered has nercr falling springs and running streams on isme and known an the John 8 Murphy farm All of said farm In grass except about 30 acres 63 acresin growing wheat which looks well Timothy and clover All under good fence and good improvements Anyone desiring to purchaseagood farm will do well to see me or write me before purchasing GEO W CARTER TnrnersTllle Ky SAM BAUGHMAN This wellknown jack will makethaseaion of 1004 at my farm 1lonner place near Turncrsvlllo at eight dollar lo Insure allY lug colt He isclose to IS hands Is black with mealy points and Ii a sure foal getter n F CAIN Turnersvllle Ky CLEANING HOUSE I You may need new carpets matting oil cloth rugs shade lace curtains ticks curtain pole pictures frames screens passe partolst doors glass tables chain safe wardrobes couches dressers washstands beds springs mattresses chamber lulL water sets lamps chiffon len folding beds washing macIilntK wring ers wall paper carpet paper trunks telo scope carriage pa house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MOl ELAND KY t k zvrf POST DJItrlctTforbllpassing on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J z Snoonaraore T M Holraei n F Newland J B Oamonlicb Tutor nalmcr W II Johnson Mnt Diary Given David Stephens James M White and Wife Carson 111 Hawkins Mr E Welch- U A Lawrence Prink Oordler IteynoldsMorgan I GILT EDGE JR I provenhimself Saddle stallion yOny non and dam by Onsloita Telegraph bet ter known at the Ballard horse Gilt Edge will make the seisbn ol IQO at my stable one mile from Prea h ereville on the Preachersville dC Stanford pike at t6 to insure a living colt M ANDURSON ID IreachenvlileKy J BIRD TLO mighty ton of the great King Eagle Katie Illrd so a show ttalllon has but few equals lie won the IJCO stake at Leilng too Ky defeating lomo of tits producedEaglefinished horses Is not turpailcd lilt colts are In demand and are telling for high prices either for business or breeding pur poses Will make the present season at the stable of his owner two miles west of Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the low larUngIthWOODSIKy NABOTM JR Xaboth Is a beautiful dark bay with heavy mane and tall with good booo plenty of style and finish and has extreme high action I and If workec1would step as fast at old Na both his sire lie Is over IS hands high weighs 1113 pounds and only 5yeartold this May He Is sired by the wellknown Naboth First dam Messenger Chief Jr Ind dam by Crlt Davis 3rd dam Thoroughbred Naboth will make the season of 1001 at our stable In Utanford at the low price of f13 SO to Insure a living cost Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with Mares traded or removed from this county forfeits the Insurance and the money Is due Naboth is considered by the best horse men to be the best hone in Kentucky U breed to for high claaa harness horses See him before you breed J It UKA 7 LEY Stanford Messenger Denmark I By Cottons Messenger Chief be bv Old Mri iengcr Chief lam by Arch Walkert Pat Denmark Will stand aUJ to Insure ft IIv IngeoltJIM PORTER SevenyearoldJaekl5l hinds hllb proven breeder a Individual known as the Sllaa Andenon Will stand at seven dollars to Insure a living colt Both will make the season on Silas Andcrwn farm Mares traded or moved out of the county without notifying mo makes money dn No responsibility for aoeldenu U Rowland KINO EAGLE King Eagle U IS hands 3 Inches high dark bay goes all the gait with plenty ef speed style and action tired by Royal King 1st dam by Eagle Bird 9nd dam by tied Lion 3rd dam by Harris Denmark be by Miller Denmark 4th dam by Jim Dell thoroughbred NOTB King was tired by the great On Time and It a brother to tbe great 811 ver Klor and Allle 0 the green how mare that sold for 11000 King Ealtllli 2nd dam Is the dam of Minnie Boyd the great show mare that Mttt Cohen won everywhere with In 1805 and sold for USD King Eagle will make the present season of 100 at m stable 3X miles west Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the low price of 110 to Insure a llvlnc colt Will also stand the mulll and Jack lilt Jy Keene itflOformareandJO for Jen nee to Insure a living colt was tired the great Tom Keene 1st dam by the Imported Palermo 2nd dam by Levi Rubbles Prince the tire of Joe Blackburn and Brlgnolla Billy Keene stands full IB bands nigh black with white points and as- a breeder he Is unsurpassed u a mute or Jennet Jack Ills colts show pot themselves Will also lit that great young Jack Jim Keene serve a fw outside mart at 110 to Insure colt Mare trade parted with or bred else where forfeits the Insurance and money be come due at the time of Much transaction For farther particulars call on or address 8 T HARRIS Stanford Ky Phone nltIng I PRESTON NO 922 This premium saddle stallion of the world season of 1904 at the stable of C Bailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford KyaPreston is a brown horse 12 years 151 hands high a model with great style action andspeed Preston was sired by Washington No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 ist dam Belle by Roderick 2nd dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and detested all tbe great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by T Crenshaw of Lexington Ky and Montgomery Chief owned by Bros Why you breed to Preston I Because he is the greatest shew horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because be is siring great show horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Vare for 2000 Rebecca that sold at New York Exchange to George Watson for 1650 Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Brost that won more premiums in saddle combinedrings than any three yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Craylns of Illinois for 1500 3 BeCausehe is tbe only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for f5000 4 Because he won Ihe championshipof the Louisville Horse Show in 1963 by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Kv 5 Because he has won more money In the show ring than any other saddle stal lion in Kentucky 6 I will be glad 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 atSHO the season or 918 to insure a living colt j CI3IUJEY StanrordJKyI tmo oJI SPECIAL BARGAINS Grand Leader this Week d Wndi silk 27 inches wide White Blnck Ides Tnn and Pink worth V 7Gc this week only 18c yard v J Taflbta nil colors worth 50c this week 20o ynpl IISinch 88 inches witlo grey only worth 060 ono week only fttoli yard I Winch lllnck Jlolmr worth 81ono week only ODe yard 35Corscie now stylos iiiahulliig straight front and dip hips worth Zir epcolnl tae Ladies muslin undorwonr at greatly reduced pride To dose ifjll our remaining stock of Clothing and Mens Hata irygarinonl marked cost mill below COt Mens s2 shoos this week 8180 mens 81M elloe tbte week 8225 mens 30u underwear this weak 280 OWBIEY BLOCK ATtn OUR ADS alI GRAND LEADER tMe BeLevy O Co S B Levy IChAT j PENNYSiThis year we have increasedour capacity for making Ice Cream Wo t make it ourselves and wish to say that wo take all the CAre possible to make it good cleanliness and purity being our main object While you are downItown stop iu and take n quart pint or lest home with you for dinner or supper We furnish little buckoU for delivering Ice Cream Price 30o a quart r Pennys Drug Store I Kyas ECLIPSE SHOES a r tS3SO A S4 PER PAIR I For and durability none excel them Wo received our Spring Line In the dlfimnt leather Colt Skin Viol Kangaroo and Box Calf Iatentiguaranteed to give ntlifsction Call in andsee before purchasing your Spring Shoes W E Perkins Crab OrchardI C R McCormack Stanford Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries I HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville eo Heaters Get our prices on Heat ers bfore you buy Lamps Few left from Xmas at very low prices JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Season 1904 Wood lawn Stock Farm RED LEAFI1yearoM record 222 in Oth heat overj milo track Sire of 8 with record J latter than 230 Champion show horse of Kentucky and lending sire jfT t highclass road horsed 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 Leaftat Because he is not for sale I expect lo keep and breed and handle his produce and it is very natural that I the sale of all his colts at high prices no matter to whom they belong and Because his colts have a reputation and have sold for higher prices undeveloped than those of any stalliop In 4 Mercer or adjoining counties Jrd Because his colts have taken more premiums t thos6 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 P Clay who has sired 8 colts with records better than 213 and with a dam La dy Hart that every colt she had took a standard record and was a winner and whore granddam Soprano was the greatest brood mare in the world having u in the list and whose sire C F Clay sold for f6000 and whose dam sold for 1300 whose Hed1Ledsired 14 colts to sell for over 89oosome as high as 8zoooand teams from 81200 to 83000 in Mercer and adjoining counties 6th But three of Red Leafs colts were ever trained forspeed and they all took records 7th But one of Red Leafs colts was raced and he started in it or 12 races winning first In one and second in all the olh ers as shown by the Year book and showed miles in 215 and would have been a sensational horse had he lived 8th Red Leaf has sired more highclass highpriced teams than any stallion in Kentucky In the past two years Qth I can several offers of over 3000 for a pair I now have None of those sold were five years old yearsNow Leaf is bred to get them as his tire is one of the worlds greatest sires of extreme speed and his dam a great producer and she by greatestbroodregular worlds famous Gipsy Queen If you want a business horse he can get them that will sell for the highest dollars and fillies are afire to bo great brood mares If these are not facts why not I also have a good Black Jack to stand at 83 to Insure a living colt r R r E GODDARD BurgJnKy I Jvn m tGIIot jo I J I 3te r I I 7f t Carpets HnCIIIIr4r fr New dent atoQkittt In liirflason lOjjtolOc h OIL CLOTHS j4 Wo have n big lino Sf beautiful pattern in 111t hull Jtyartl wide CURTAIN SWISSES t And 101118 I + Carson Room THE INTERIOR JOURNAL TAXFORD KY MVY 10 lOOi Haying hid many anxious loqulrl about the great tonlo VINOL we to pleasure to Inform you that wo are eole agent for thli remedy mad bare a Jar supply of It on bead Penny Dr Store Stanford Ky PERSONALS MR A O EASTLAND It up from LouUyllle i MR A E plUDON3Kof Danvlfle va 1 herlt FrIday MR CHURCH YEAOER Is very to 4 with pneumonia wlIth c MRS J F COMMINB Is with her par eau at Crab Orcbaad MiBa NELLIE DILLION at Lanctitcr li with Mrs Mattlo Novlu- JOrxJKW L DROWN of London f was hero Saturday on business JOHN LAST Y cleric la the poe omco has been tick several days MR WILLIAM BECK wooL to London yesterday to act at Federal juror MRSW RUNE LOOAN nt Louli rule Ifwlth Mrs J II Baughman Mite A U WITHDRS who It tIlt tog relative In Oarrard tt quite III MRS BENEDICT SPALDINO of Lob e aonrle with her father ColT P Hill DR T M PENNINOTON has returned home from the Loulivlllo Dental Ca legp sInery Ala I hero wltb friend and re atlvc Mas J W BOSWELL of Shelby oounty Is with her sister Mr W m 1 Severance MR K C MOORE of Casey spa several dye with hit Uter Mr Hd Wilkinson MR H N VARY and pretty flu daughter Julia of Lebanon are with rilatlres bere i MRS J M DUNCA of Lancaster waabere Saturday wllh the family of Mr J S Hooker MR AND MRS JrTiiOMAS CHERRY of Brodhead wero hero Sunday to moot Mr aod Mr R H Batcoo of Lancat tel MRS OiHELU M THOMPSON bat returned to her home at Chicago after a short stay with the family of lion 0 taA11MIss ANNIE THOMPSON of Mt Vcr non pas on on Sundays train bound for Lexington to visit her sister who t In ichooLhereTbut now a citizen of Valley View Tea la a candidate for Iberia on the democratlo ticket of course MRS O H PANR and children of Baton salltoday for Paris France to spend the remainder of the year Mr paiD will join them later MRS BETTIE BUSH returned from a visit to Mrs B M Allen at Millers burg Saturday She brought little Margaret Woods Allen with her MRS L I FAULKNER of Highland- went to Lebanon Junction Friday visit friends Pretty Mle Ottie Faul brought her Over to the train 1nor HELEN fUFF IAN and Mlee Ca I 0tbeen gust of mats and Mis Anno Cook Huffman la J1DRback from tfio World fair at St Louli 12 Tbo doctor thinks the buildings there an t will be completed by the tlmob the fair cloeldMR T P TUTTLE of the Turner vlllo section spent several days at Somerset with bra daughter Ho alto saw a good deal of the street fair that was going on there grMRspent Sunday and yesterday with rela tlret and frlendt here all of whom were glad tome him He It greatly pleated wjtn his now homo din MR RICHARD CA8 rELL SAUKLEY hal been liIoUO d that ho passed tho examination for cadetship to tho He took the examination 1mQDal tome week ago Qi SlNOLcrrONi of Stanford did graduated at the Loulsvlllo Den fJwboCollege evening will ar In tbbaity tomorrow to bo tbe- 01 tblflamlly Of Mr J B Rey nlorton Advocate 0 of LOCALS OEM KB lap duttert at JIC McCIa rl R w lVEV RATICE1 X SONSTORES KD EJUliiiAKD the produce man took 600 dozen eggs to Danville yesterday ELD J O LIVINUSTON has press ed a funeral for six consecutive Suday ED BALLARDS bone ran swap Sa afternoon the heEcQTuE pension of Martin McCormick the blind Negro of the Turncrivlllo icctton hat been Increased from 172 to 1100 per mooch WB have just received a line of slip pare for ladle and children made byA The Krlppendorff Dlttman Co None IwNight It or The Prince of Liar at Walton Opera House tomorrow nlgbt Price 60o 35o and 25c Reieryed pats on tale at McRobert drug stare Bio CROP On 17 aroeofland Mr J fl Strops railed 23000 pounds of to bocce Do told his crop In Loultrllle metk crop TllEentortalnmeot to be gluon Mil Ella Nay Saunders at Walton a Opera House tomorrow night entitled The Arabian Nights or The Prince of Liars promise to be a caatlDu laugh from beginning to end Don t loll to go MR J B McKINNEY the popular 1miller at MoKlnner le the happle person In his town Ho bee found h ipectaole be to long mourned as lOlL 1and be leaks like a now man Ho found them under the atop In hi I en glno room STANFORD WONStanfords excel lent bwe ball team woof over to Lao cotter Friday aod played her crack team defeating them In a hard foug by a score of 4 to 3 Welch Roo lester pitched an exceedingly Boodgarae for our boys and be was well lupported by the whole team Good boys Dolt again KILLED HER DAilY Miss Lull Tompklnsla domestic employed by Mr J W Adam choked her little off iprlng to death Sunday and locked It up In her trunk The child was but a few seconds old when tho Inhuman mother committed the murder Shot ttill aL Mr Adam and It too III to be ken late custody ELEVEN people living on Indian Crook In Casey county wero bitten by a dog last week and tboy spa atek and Friday at McKlnney try loll the virtue of hire Anne Dudderara madttooo They were a family of Wall and the puppy that bit them h been bitten by a neighbors dog T madilono adhered In moat of the case a REBLECTKD At the State Macca bee meeting hold at Ashland last wee Mr M F Elkin of Lexington who ctlll claims Stanford as his hem was reelected State Commander Tannerd ot v 01kc elate the honor bestowed on them TELEPHONE COMPANY ACCBITS Several seeks ago the Stanford Talcephone Company notified Iho they would robe their cocoa whore county service was used 75 per mooch instead of 12 fie tor- y Tho merchants railed a ju and hold a meeting and lome to take the phones out If t ratio wont on Friday Manager Jon eof 1Crerate of 12 per month and continue give COUO service free 0RratlfvlDithe matter is settled for goodn IIARDINMies PIlea Hardln daughter of the aged Mr Samuel Har died at her homo at Crab Orchard Saturday night after an Illnet of lev oral week Tho burial took place In Baptist church graveyard Sunday afternoon allot service by Eld J G Livingston Mill Oardtn waa a spies young woman and her death baa caused universal regret tier kind at tentlon to her father In his declining year had long boon watched and allThehad further endeared her to the her homo town Much felt for tho father and slater who aur1 vivo Mr Hardln bad already wife and 10 children r 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 Curtains to brighten things up Let us show you we will save you money and show you the very newest goods to be hae FOR SALE on RENT A cottage with four largo rooms porches and all out Locatedh educte on roc d the entertainment given by the Ido- ntertainer Go aod leo It Walton Opera House Friday evening May 20 ADAdraw Grub i dropped dead to the yard of his broth er John Grubbi near Huitonvlllotiuo day He had recently returned fro Indiana where he bad been workla wife and teyerrl children survive cannedlLacalnthle In up I W L McCarty has moved hll factory from Klngivllle to Lafollettc Tenn and Tanner k Son at McKinneydld e contract for a hill of the luscious veg etable TUB people of Mlddloburg and Yo temlte still mourn the lost of Miss 7 rllda Hatter who died very tuddenly She was 52 years old and was on8 of tIe Tfirhe II not likely survive the shock tbo lost gore him malbetb Crutchfield deceaed have deal d ed that her farm on Hawkln DreD ball be sold prlvatelv The place must be sold by June 1st If you want It now fuler Hughe Stanford Ky MARTINMrs E P Martin died at her home our Turneriville Frld after a short Maces and was burled In the McKlnney cemetery Saturday aJternoon She was 32 years old and bees married only about a year Mr DaptlbMuch sympathy le tall for the husband who survives TilE success of Hon Harvey Helm tbfoIon of Madison county On many oc cedes Lincoln as well fie Garrard a Rockcastle have been called on to their part for Madison to which ell have promptly responded At every ca- e Whet will Madison do In the court K fight Tbo question b up to them Mt Versos Signal IN the county court yesterday tho will of Col W G Welch was probe He named Judge M C Saufley 4 the executor of his will and Mr Welch waiving her right an triton of her husband the court a ohax and relatives certain mementoes the olhleperee0alprokto p Traplutor dautto IC question of a graded school tn Huston 1110 KILLED HIMSELF Mr Jobh C let who bought a portion of Mr W IMTrlbble farm tome weeks ego eh himself through the heart at his home Rowland about noon Sunday Two mpty bottle onolabeled laudanum and the other carbolic acid II were 6ellevtoshoomcblldrfwihowas a ion Mr Green Slier and moved from lathder marriedto a hlcCerle1ewas peace and a clever man and a good citizen It ill be remembered that In aflght ttl Dr C E at IIsbotEipunceRalDR1palo remain were taken to Garrard for In Is In sympathyfeltbe aged lather asfollowing is the report of Coro Jury We the jury bllIWaddle Prltchett J H PrltohathI IDEAL ENTERTAINERS at Walton Opera House Friday night May 20lh nNE1V and stylish things at the SB cray Studios Stanford and Danville A reliable guarantee to please with every order If hero to give up going to tbo St Louie World Fair dont fall to lee the Ideal Entertainers at Wal tons Opera House Friday evening May 20 hlcAlletarBbody was hurt and little or no damage was done BASE BALL The tows team will play the Graded School teem a gems of base ball Friday afternoon on the celledofat 330 l STORE ROOM FOR RENT The store room In the INTERIOR JOURNAL build ing occupied by C Rosensteln k Cola for root Apply at this office or write to W P Walton Lexington IN the trustee election held Satur day at the Graded School Mr A M Pence defeated Mr George L Penny 123 to 01 A great deal of Interest was anifested and carriages were run to a from the school building free to tho notchyet a successor to Welch ON account of what seems to be a general misunderstanding Superln tendent RIce S Eubank resigned Frl day as principal and Mrs Eubink ea Stanaptru9ee meeting that night and elected Prof ohn L Bosley and Miss Annie Mo thiseto succeed them this elbathe faculty for tbe remainder of fists term as well as the next scholastic year THE ARAUIAN Iawrs Prince of Liars Cast of characters Mr Ar Ischar Hummlngtop George Menqfee Ralph Ormerod Robert Coffejt Joeh uaGllllbrandWearen Hughes Dob IIummlotttopdo Kato Haselton Rosa Colombler IlMbe Mary Hundley Daisy Maltjand Miss Mary Mobley Barbara Miss Ma ry D Kennedy violin solo Miss Mary HUDdle Synopsis Act 1 Place Hummlngtop home early morning wife visiting his motherinlaw has an eye on hIm an unwelcome visitor ar rives and trouble begins Solo Id LiteBlovepStar Mr Curtly Adams Act 2 Place dseama hire BummID LOP comes home trouble Increases how one fib suggest another arrival of real Dales from New York more trouble Solo Two Malronetta Miss Nell Warren ac compaolment Miss Etta Belle Cloyd solo Over The Ocean Blue Mr Waller Traynor Act 3 Place same Hummlngtop trigs telling the truth expoSIusic furnished by MIll Allle Huff atmac Work has begun on the new oil pipeline from Clod e Landing to Monti cello iDrOS Williams fieDENTISTAll work guaranteed sand prices roa Hustonville Kentucky NOTICE horsestwork My charges are 115 per month L commisteuy Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR r businesspB tolepresont one of the best tailoring firms the country With my experience in taking measures and Jlrectous I gyre your clothes are bound to be satisfactory my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prices are the same as inex perienced men who are in tbe business a lino of fancy cheviot and other suitings I will cot and make If abDII C RUPLEY the Tailor Rugs 1 Endless variety of Patterns in Mpqtietto and Smyrna Rugs A special t1 12 yard long Brussels Rug at 76c PORTIERREStIn Figures and Roman Stripe 8200 to 8500 iJ LACE CURTAINS At 75c to 500 per pair Dotted Swis Ruffled Chrtaine ht 08c to i 8150 WINDOW SHADES t In White Greon Yellow Also extra lengths and widths TWO beEYEN Leak Room III SHIRTSSPRING ei swessti We have shirts ingreat variety To be worn in good society With the strictest of propriety 50c and 100 aaaeaar Cummins S McClary Shetland place Peytons Insure living hands beautiful spotted individual CRITERION dealIOn coat means the wearer Its the coat the close ting collar theI perfectly built shaperetaining front that males the wearer look and feel Well Dressed will wear suit you will What more do you want l Prices 750 1750 v MROBERTS Ky TRY ONE OF THESE f 111 Warranted Satisfaction Guaranteed IFor Clean and Easy Shave you cantIl afford not to CLAUSS RAZOR JOEORGE H FARRIS a COD Stanford Kentucky Dr Gussie M Phillipss OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH HOTEL STANFORD KY i TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY A 4 P All chronic diseases treated Gynecologyv i anti Specialty j DIXIE Ton fine will the presentsaeaao at my nrar a colt He le- out 12 high a end a perfect R o NUNNELLEY Turnenvllle Ky a a great to shoulders of a fit If you a Criterion satisfied V to H J Stanford and a use a i M M Nervous Diseases a make be Have your colts cas trated by T rGROSS Preach ersvllle Ky iho well keowa castrator of horses and horse doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Try hiss n y TT- r i i r r I I THEJNTER10RJOURNAL1 Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at Kiondclait matter paklsb axvxssaanaar- t t1 PER YEAR CASH will bechnid tWhin not sopstdssaOO 11J o KNIXVILLEIIVIIIINl 2CTralncolDcNorUa101pm ea HHft South am021 103 H12SSpm BOB QUIS 66749 AJOO I will stand the above splendid Jersey bull at my near water at 1150 in advance Return privileges permitted J B OAMKNISOn Stanford Ky t nJ H OONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STftBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Salt Will sell privately Will also sell a 15 bone power engine boiler All In good repair sell at a bargain to close up business Will take part pay In lumber POWELL S SWECHKY Stanford Ky Datl1 Tra11art DEALER IN Whisk Brandu Wines Beer GIflars Etc IIOarpenterHouse STANFORD KYI PiosiptandpuIlteattentlon Nothing but thi bs to drink a orJen receive trompUtttnUoo FOR SALE Ten acresot land a two story front seven mom cottage The houlo Is new As plen did garden orchard There is a large mlllon a good crusher and the dam is In good repair and the natural power is economy In the mill Does a splendid business Everything Is In good repair has all necessaiy out buildIngs The owner only reason selling Is the rush of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This property Is on the dancing Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a For farther particulars address 10 Thurmond Lvtle y or- L R UCQIIES Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persoall wishing to buy or sell farm will do well to see us We have a number of One Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have It you to sell lace it in our hands Office at Boone Livery table Stanford Ky I RlMalioiiy Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners counties 1ncoln and Casey who may be insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLine Com represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed Phoueh2 Stanford Kentucky LIVERTROUBLES InDdThedfordsBlackDrantht spentsloeIcing I IskeMfS CAROLINE 1IAUTIN Parkersburg W Va If your liver docs not act regularly go to your secure a package of Thedfords Illack pht take a dose constipatebowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Thedfords BlackDraught- will cleanse im purities and strengthen the kid A invitee code biliousness chilli and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weak kid neys Bright disease which claims as many victims oa consumption A 25cent package of Thedfords Black- Draughtehould always be kept in the house D1ekDrauy excelitWILLIAMblehe1d 1 THEDFORDS 6lACfIDRAUGHT r 7 Who or MAKEI Life MenBALSAM Only the everyone Is a In surance It out our ment whetherltwlll plan for of professional The Mutual Life New York Richard has paid BISCOE poIcy V S rosUNever torQsruendttmu co R A JONES DENTIST StanfordKy Office over Higgins McKInnoys Ston Telephone N SI THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall fro cub In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills Sue when services are rendered and must a paid promptly BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce sit Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street StANronn KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Ppna In Connection E D Peybon DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J L Beazley S Co Undertakers and- Embalmers azsonsLLau 3ariilture9fattlnjg8Rng8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a can Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ JYJC 111 1 Y UNDEBr AXBB EMBALMER And Dealear In HAJBNESS SADDLDTIcO Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky elegantlyP O Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All i work guaranteed Your business so IIci ted ROWLAND Will Sbeltoa i ae ai home to see bll mother and elates A D Barnett Is breaking on tbo LI E at Lexington Mrs Ida Mundoy pi Louisville Is with her slater Mrs G A Hurst Tbere li a Sunday school hero each Sunday at 230 with a Rood attendance Wyatt Smith Is at homo from Loul vllle whore we hope he will notretur soon Undo Gilbert Hays an old colore man who has been with Tom Ferret has been In very bad shape G A Hurst Is Improving and wl11 soon be able to tell the people aprotci tlon against lightning again Benry DeBord our assistant nigh operator has gone to Crab Orchard to spend a week with his parents Our school house Is newly covers and new steps built Now If we can let a good teacher wo will be In the swim a P Uouten lshavlogsorno Improve menu made which greatly help the appearance of his property and the own alsoOur little town Is QUi of debt and we hive a few tens to spare Our road are In good condition and we are proud of ItJ W Price our village blacksmith has received a machine for putting on rubber tires and be can do the work you bet The fishermen In this sectlou sa they have bad splendid luck this year but we have not been able to see any or their luck Mr and Mrs B F Routens tore children ha u the measles but are do log nicely J M Haleys little eon also bus measles The people of this village would like to hays a few telephones If there Is anyway we can get them Please advli us and receive our thanks Eph Murphy Is learning telegraph rapidly He can catch the time who It comes from Washington D C by the click of the Instrument Tom Ferrlll Is still In business at Rowland and when you are In town and want anything In his line give him a call he will treat you kindly The laboring class of people hers never have to be Idle a day unless It II raining or snowing and we all know It sometimes snows In the good old sum men time John Cook has just finished a big lot if paper banging and graining for Col W H Dudderar It looks as thougl the colonel Is going to have thing shining once Da while Will Goodrich Is learning the car rlage painting trade under his brother who Is with Carson Pence Stanford If be makes as good a painter as he II i fisherman be will bo all right George Martin has two sweethearts one In Rowland and one In Louisville sod when he gets a letter from the city lass ho hardly knows which one hi likes the best but we believe be like SueMrs Carrie Shelton Is getting along ilcely remodeling and building her new htuse John Cook will begin paint ng as soon as the weather will permit George Logan and Lee Stood are doing he carpenters work George Martin and A D Barnett nade flying trips to Lexington Mrs Jennie Foreman who has been wltb ter father W C Barnett this winter rae gone to join her husband In Wa asha Ind where he has a position ai Conductor ured His Mother of Rheumatism My mother has been a sufferer lot many years wish rheumatism says W U Howard of Husband Ta At times Ihe was unable to move at all while at al1 times walking was painful I pre cntcd her with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm after a few applications site aid it was the most wonderful pain re lover she had ever tried in fact she is never without it now and is at all time ble to walk An occasional application of Pain Balmlreeps away the pain that Ibo was formerly troubled with For salt bl W N Craig President Mitchell of the Miners Jolon has adyleed the Western Kentucky miners to accept the first propo Itlon of the operators which Is the enewal of last years contract with H cent reduction In wages Pree Ideni Mitchell says that a strike at the reboot time would end In a failure and trove disastrous to the national organl utlonIOne of the greatest blessings a modest nan can wish for is a good reliable set of bowels It you are not the happy pos cssor of such an outfit you can grcajly Improve the efficiency of those you have by the judicious use of Chamberlain Itomach and Liver Tablets They are ilcasanlto take and agreeable In effect For sale by W N Oralg Mr Cohen Vots dot Ikey vants to- be a pankteller und Able a pank cash or Little IkeYaw I nuts to be dpr teller vat bandies der money AbleVeil I vante to be der cashier vat gets avay mlt der stuff Judge John Campbell a New York paper merchant who Inherited a million dollars seven years ago has flied a petl tlOD ID bankruptcy with liabilities of 18300 and assets doubtful ILAHD STOCK CROPS ETC B D Carter bought of James D Moore a livery horse for tbo FOR SALE Two good Jersey milk cows G L Peony Stanford G F Gooch sold to Edgar Reynold a threeyearold mule for 112- 5STRAYEDWhltoewering In ear long tall J H Swopo Stanford 2t James I Hamilton bought of JOBS O Lynn his bay saddle gelding for 1200E E Stnathers declares that be will start McChcsney In the Brooklyn Handicap Huffman White Co bought a of fat cows at 31c yesterday and eoldJ them at 3Jo E E Smathers paid 110000 for Leon Ida ono of tho valuable horses belong log to tho estate of W O Whitney W It Denham bought yesterday a twoyearold filly by English Hunter for 1110 and sold an aged mule for 191 William Sprinkles hoe a mule colt that was three feet and eight Incbc tall when It was foaled It Is by the Anderson jack- ESTRAYA hornless red ycarlln heifer left my place two weeks ago Reward for her return J M Coffey Walnut Flat Ky Woods Cowan Si McCormack wan 100000 pounds of wool They will pay the highest market price at Stanfor and Hustonvllle Kentucky capitalists and tobacco men have secured lease upon the Fall City warehouse and wljl establish at independent warehouse In Louisville The Kentucky Livestock Breeders Association set Sept 6 as the openln day of the State Falr which will to held In Lexington the only city mak Ing a bid for It The Continental Tobacco Co of Harrodtburg has Just finished recelv leg the last of the tobacco crop of Mer cer county The company bough 2000000 pounds at an average price of S3 30 per hundred representing about 1170000 disbursed among the tobacci growers of the county STANFORD COURT There was not a great demand for cattle here yester day and only about half brought to town sold W R Denham sold a bunch of butcher cattle at lio and bought lot of steers and heifers at sic and 2o M J Farris bought of R U Murphy 16 700pounders at 4e Both the born acd mulo markets were dull ST LOUIS Well be there At the Fair On a ten rlble tear On tbe square Well be there In oho blare And the glare Well be there With a spare Shirt to wear For well tear Up si pair- Maybe tnehr Ere we faro From the Fair We will lair On a stair In a chair In tbe air- Anywhere We dont care We will stare At tbe rare- Precious ware Brought from Ayr And from Behr And from near- Eerywberei And we dare To declare That wll neer Other where Find a talc Can compare- L H R- Lto Tho Voters of the Fifth Ap pellato Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district ubject to the action of the democratic party As circuit judge It became my lutzto try a number of criminal cases which kayo become a part of the States history and at a most critical time As udge of the State fiscal court It fell to wy lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe tbe present constitution whenever u controversy arose as to lie proper con tructlon Almost Innumerable cases bave burdened tbo dockets of my court oucblng tbe rights of cprporations and he exercise of franchises under tbo law How well I bavo discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel hey can assist me to secure the high osltlon and oflice to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E OANTRILL Irother smokes Tbe Turks Delight Uncle Golden Ray Hired man finds relief each night In Sweet Virginia Spray rather chews Carllny Leaf And mother chews tbe rag house Is just a case in brief tag tag tag Judge IOf grades of refined sugar have been flue costs hundred pounds sr tclur First National F Bank V or Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 V This institution was orIginally establlsbed- astheDeposit Uaqk ot Stanford In 1651ithen reorganlled as the NatIonal Rank ot Stanford In 1865 and again reorganised as the First National Dank ot Stanford In ISIS having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 45 year It Is better with facllltiel for transacting business promptly and well than ever In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries ins Car iwratlons Solicited J B Paxton J So Owsley U Shanks O Walker Oeo W Carter l n Poster L 0 Gooch W W Shanks to The Farmers Rank Jk Trust and under same inch business will prove w loirs lB presV 8T runnm V Ires J J Ohr W n Qhr 4 V Reid T Harris J Hocber K 1 Tanner McKlnney M D Elmore II T P Hill Jas Hubble J II J M Penn Ed Carter LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL B N9CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO Directors W Oummlns Dr1llhtn Successors Company continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Doping relations mutually boneBclal HOOKER MCHOBEHT8 WEAKBNAsst Dlreoters Danville Stanford Stanford Stanford- Stanford Stanford Robinson Itaughtnan Stanford Stanford Stanford Officers 8 BUANK8 President J L OWBLKY Cashier w M nmoiiT AMI Cubist r The last resting place of your departed ones by tho erection of a suitable Monument Let it be of exclusive material ItheILetteringWM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky WHATS Your Idea about Paint LOW PRICE IscLOW QUALITY t v Pllntlias good ai THE SHERWINWILUAMS PAINT theres none better cannot be sold for leu than we ask If leu 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 patfor every time if you use SW P It BY CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky JINTECARLO22612aMade over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anteo a 6i that sold for 150000 at sale tit dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of Mambrino Fatchcn These two crosses produced The Abbot roil champion trotting gelding t of the world and dAm by Independence son of Andrew JAckson independence dam by American Star The American Star and Andrew Jackson blood I responsible for Cresceus aoi the champion trolling stallion of the world You see Anteoarlot two Dp crosses are responsible for the fastest gelding two next erotIc are responsible for the fastest stallion Then you see he is better bred than either of them for ho has the blood of both Antecarlo a solid brown horse tyl bands high vfeinghlnc 1170 pounds Fine style and action One of the test posted men on trotting horses writes of as follows In regard to the stallion Antecarlo 220 you bought of T H Smiley I will say I if worked him about 90 days in tool and I consider him one of the fastest trotters 1 ever drove or in other words about as fast as I ever saw I have step him trot a 214 gait timed by a prospective buyer There never was a time while he was In nit Charge that he could not step a quarter in 3at to tart lie does not need any extra rlglcg of any ki= d J O McAui8TBX 1 Ho will make the present season at my barn in the West End of Stanford at llo to Inaure a living colt Will also stand a good mule Jack at tt insure a living colt Uo sure and see this Park and Horse before breeding your mares DOCK GRAYShetland Pony 5 years old 1s inches tall owned by Hugh Reid Foster will make the season at Ito to insure a living colt Dock is by an imported pony that cost 1s000 iu the Shetland Island and II regarded by horsemen ns tbe pony in Kentucky defeating all comers in show ring in 1903 Lien retained on all colts until season is paid Mares with forfeits Inlu and money becomes due E H BEXZLEY COp ranceI t IGOTIi l 11ILAN DRETHS GARDEN SEED rr DRUGGIST LAN DRETHSt GARDEN f U