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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 H SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I I VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 13 19048 A M NO 22 t I Crab Orchard Fresh bread at Oeo B Harris1 every ortdaytoSome of our good housewives are tak log advantage of this lovely May weather to do tholr house cleaning Prof Hughes of Lexington lectur ed at the Baptist church Monday eve slog Those who attended bad a Quo timeMr led Mrs Tanner of Harriman Teen are visiting relatives hero Sam Mageo was here Sunday with the born efolke Rev J II Jones will preach at the Baptist church Saturday evening Sun day morning and evening at the regu lar hours for service Rev J Randall Farris preached two abln sermon at the Baptist church Sunday Oil mother accompanied him and were RueiU of relative while hereDont forget the benefit entertain meet to be given May 10h for the Christian church by the Ideal Enter ulcer given under the auspices of the Ladles Aid Society Mr J O LiTlngstoo was with Miss Pauline Dardln during her lilacs Mr J n Collier li Buffering with rbeuma tlim Drs Peyton and Cook were up from Stanford to see Mln Ila Qolman b who continues illy Mr Mack Holmes It ufferlng great ly with sclatlo rheumatism Mrs J H Outchlngi of Danville made her lather Mr Oco Evans a visit Miss Mary Wilson has returned from Ken tucky University at Lexington Mr Mark Hardln and Mr W A r Carton and family of Stanford attend ed the burial of MUi Pauline tiardln Mr and Mrs J F Cummlni and Miss Alvlra VanArsdale of Stanford were with relatives here Sunday Mr Chadwlck was called by a tele gram to Tennesse Saturday to tee bit sick father MIa hearts were made tad by the death of Miss Pauline Hardln and all will tenderly cherish her memory Sister thou wan mild and lovely Gentle at the lummer breeie Pleasant at the air of evening When llfeaiu among the tree Peaceful bo thy silent slumber Peaceful In the grave 10 low Thou no more wilt OlD our number Thou DO more our toogi shall know Yet again we hope to meet thee When the day of light li Red Tnen In heaven with Joy to greet thee Where no farewell tear li shed LET US HELP YOU TO HEALTH Penny wants every catarrh sufferer to use Hyomeland bo cured Statistics show that at lust 07 out of every 100 persoosin this State suffer from catarrh in tome form While the disease la one of the most common it is also one of the most danger rout and offensive leading to oonsumji tlon and other dltetres of the respiratory organ Irlor to the discovery of Hyoinel and Its Introduction in this section by Mr Penny every method of treatment had been found worthless The discovery of llyomei and Its grow lag popularity has already reduced the r percentage of those suffering from ca tarrh This wonderful remedy Is the simplest and most pleasant of treatments Put 20 drops of Hyomcl in the pocket in haler that comes with every outfit and breathe it for a tow minutes four times a day Relief will be seen after the first treatment and a complete cute will soon follow Breathe the Hyomcl In this war and the catarrhaf germs oven in tho most remote air cells are destroyed The irri tated mucous cembrane is toothed and healed and perfect health restored Mr Penny says to all catarrh sufferers Let mo help you to health I am confi dent Hyonel will cure so confident in fact that I guarantee to refund your monay if it fells A complete outfit costs but SI and U It does not help you your money will be returned promptly I KRIUBR The Infant of Mr and Mrs Jan Blankenship died of measles and was burled at Epbetua Ezra Teeter man hat been tick but was able to be out Sunday John Frazier of Ft Wayne Ind la with the bomcfolk hero Mr and Mrs Henry Ballard returned to Ft Wayne last week accom panted bv her titter Mills Maggie Oakee Mrs Luther Tciterman has bad a severe attack of rheumatism Mlaa ERlo Anderson was called homo to the bedside of hertltter Mrs James t Collier Whooping Cough In the Spring of 1001 my children had whooping cough says Mrs D W Capps of Cappa Ala I used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with the most sat isfactory results I thick it is the best remedy I have seen for whooping cough r Tills remedy keeps the cough loose Ice leD the severity and frequency of the coughing spells and counteracts any tea dency toward pneumonia For lale by W N Craig A Tribute to Col W G Welch PflOM DANVILLE ADVOCATE W G Welch It dead bury hit faults blmlDlIJbtand his deeds with an unjust judgment In September 1855 I entered the Freshman Class of Georgetown College and at the tame time he entered the Fresbratn Class and wo trod the walks of college lIfo for three years together be about 16 and I 10 Ho was at once recognized at a brainy youth Of ac Live penetrating and nicely discrimi eating mind bo took high rank Intel lectually with his comrades Be was known to be tkoptlcal at to the views then held by the orthodox touching the doctrines of the Christian religion yet modest and reticent In the express Ion of hit opinions though remarkably candid and hating Insincerity shame and hypocrisy Tbe nudent body pub lished the Georgetown College Maga sine edited by them To this be was a liberal contributor and the products of his pin were trnly marvelous for succinctness terseness perspicuity and logical force betokening then the d11 of that glint Intellect that should characterize hit riper years of man hood Because of his skepticism which followed him through life sod has marked to many of tbe Intellectu ally great he was perhaps unintentionally misunderstood and maligned by tboio who looked upon him at bateful Infidel Let me say In our association of nearly W years I do not remember to have ever hoard a word disrespectful of religion or its votaries escape bit lips Of his esteem of his mothers piety allow the subjoined excerpt from an article The Field of Satire writ ten by him In tbe 1367 volume of the Georgetown College Magazine to speak In lu exquisite and classical beauty But heaven forbid that we should ever disparage religion Affec tion for one now dead who lived and died In It will always prevent that at least Religion Itself cannot be disparaged In sickness or In trouble we all turn to It for relief When our dreamt of ambition have faded and withered and fallen from us when weary and ourIlelyedie whoa friends have perished or do deserted us when every hope has de parted and every aspiration been blast ed when misfortune the great dissect log knife of the great physician has probed every cell and cavity of our hearts then it Is that religion comes to us like a visitant from heaven It pours a purer and fresher tide along tbe shrunken veins of ambition It winds Its soft arms around tbe totter ing traveler soothes and support him It calls around ut better and truer friends and point ua from earthly sorrows to tbe bright lands that glisten on the far oil shores of tbe future It Is mans last stay When tbo founder log bark of life sinks beneath him be lashes himself to religion as a spar and clinging closely to it for support drifts out upon tbe plumbless depths of oterolty W T WOOD I GOOD Congressman Gilbert and Don Dan Mooro are too good demo crat to submit their claims to the coo stituted party authorities and then re pudiate tbe action of said Congrcttlon hi committee la calling for convention Instead of a primary for the selection of a democratlo nominee for Congress In this district The reported effort of a few friends of those gentlemen to ov ertbrow tbe action of the district com mittee exposes the weakness of the two candidates who went before the com mltteo with Mr Helm and submitted tbelr claims presumably to abide by tbe action of that body What kind of a muse would ensue should tbelr pro test be heeded may bo Imagined Mr Helms friends in Madison Garrard Lincoln Rockcattle and elsewhere could just At properly enter a counter protest against rescinding the call for a convention It looks llkoGllbort and Mooro are groggy in the first round eaah exclaiming Save me Casslus ere I sink Let the committee stand by Its action Richmond Climax r 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 tes tify to that Mrs C IJ VanMetre of Shepherdlown W Va says I had a severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no re lief One bottle of Dr Kings New Dis covery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consumption Try It Its guaranteed by G L Peunydrug- gist Trial bottles free Regular sizes OOc loo s Shell aooo receive tbe sheepskin And so we may surmise That Ibo will find It useful To pull wool over our eyes Judge Some Wonders to be Seen at ITho Worlds Fair Cheese weighing two tons Grounds cover 1210 acres Exposition costs 50000000 For Athletic events 1160000 Fortyfour states participate Rote garden 10 acres In area Giant bird cage 303 feetlong Special pavilion for sculpture Automobile speeding contests Giant locomotive at full speed Indian exhibit covert 40 acres Fifty foreign countries exhibit Natural garden of wild flowers Art potters works in operation Model Indian school 100 pupils Molol school for blind and deaf Mining gulch 12 acres In extent Louisiana history told In flower Regular bat factory In operation Ice plant 300 tons dally capacity Special corn exhibit cost 150000 Placer gold mine in mining gulch Statute in butter of John Stewart Pavilion built entirely of peanuts Queen Victorias jubilee presents International angling tournament Philippine exhibits cost 11000000 Decorative sculpture cost 500000 Iron statute of Vulcan 50 feet blgb Four acres of growing fresh fruits The widest boiler plate ever rolled Typical Pennsylvania coal breaker Pure food exhibits cover two acres Turquoise mine In actual operation Operating lapidary and assay office Full sized yacht completely rigged Idaho silver nugget weight 10 tons Outside llve game exhibits 10 acres Turbine engine of 8000 horse power Gem cutting grinding and polishing Hank Monks famous stage coach Locomotive test throughout season MOdels of coal mines and appliances Factory for making pent of all kinds Factory whore paper boxes are mlle A practical shoe factory In operation Rainbow garden amid the cascades Meeting of national Rowing Regatta Athletic ports and garnet in general Live stock 37 sores 1260000 In prices Largest gas engine 3000 horse power Airship tournament 1200000 In prl zesLiberty lag bell In Pennsylvania build Important lectures on physical train IngOutside forestry exhibit covert 16 acresGermany VI America in forestry ex hibit Speech transmitted via electric light raysComplete assemblage of tbe worlds races Native Alaska buildings real tolem poles Bimonthly exhibits of seasonable flowersFloral clock minute hand 2500 poundsDisplay of jewelry valued at 110000 000 Typical frontier trading post repro duced Comparative measurements of rico typesStadlumlIcatlnR capacity 27000 per sonsGreatdlsplayin gymnasium trophy room Largest organ 145 stops 10000 pipes Primitive Mexican copper mine campClock dial 100 feet across largest on earth WAYNESBURG S H Gooch is improving his prem ises J Orcutts cow fell over a cliff and was killed Wallace Surber got his arm hurt at work In a saw mill Mrs Sallle Pit man visited relatives here last weeli Urban and Van Singleton wero thrown from tbelr pony and consider ably bruised though no bones were brokenBenny MoMullIn accidentally shot himself Monday The ball tore off tbe end of his third finger entered the palm of his left nand and came out near hie olbow making a severellesh wound No bones were broken R Y Ballard was at home from Som erect Saturday and Sunday H H Singleton was In Lee county last week assisting Sam Young In the lumber business Miss Maggie Singleton who has been with her sister Mrs C 0 Goocb has returned to her home a KIngtvllle J P Gooch Is with rela tives bore L G Singleton la at borne from Louisville Mrs Ljdla Wyland of Eubanks comes twice a week to In etruct her music class hero Quick Arrest J A Gullcdge of Verbena Ala was twice In tho hospital from a severe cast of piles causing 21 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inflamma lion and cured him It conquers aches and kill pain 23o at G L Pennys druggist LANCASTER Walter Slier son of Chief of Police Slier died Wednesday morning al an early hour He was a pupil of the fourth grade in the Graded School and a most excellent boy The Baccalaureate sermon to bn de livered before the graduating class on Sunday evening the ifiib at the Pree byterian church will be preached by Rov McCorkle of Nlcbolasvllle Toe manager of the Lancaster Ath letic Association has leased the privi lege of Its park to tbe owner of a mer rygoround so the children are assur ed of a merry time for the next month The ladles of the W C T U are laying off tbe city park loco beautiful flowers and II promises to be an object of beauty during tbe summer They trust that those who frequent tbo park and enjoy the shade and green grass will respect the work that is being done and see that nothing is Injured through carelessness Rev Henry Faulconer who has visi ted tbe past week the family of W B Mason left foe Cincinnati to furnish his home where his family who haye been here for some time will soon join him Rev Faulconer has made quite a reputation for himself as an evange list He will enter tbe field this fall with Mr Chapman the wellknown evangelistThe exercises of tbe Lancaster Graded School take place next week On Tuesday afternoon in the chapel of the building the first exercis es will be given and on every afternoon thereafter during the week On the following Tuesday tbe commencement will be held ai the Cnrlstlanchurch at 830 i The friends and patrons of the school are cordially Invited to at tend tbeee exercises Miss Mayme Ballard a beautiful young lady of Lower Garrard is visit ing Mrs Emma Hlgglnbolbam Miss Mattie Smith of Richmond Is with Mr Emma Kruffman Mitt Ethel West has returned from a visit to Miss Mabel Browning at Winchester Wm Ratollff of Louisville visited Miss Joan Mount Mrs Emma Kauffman has re turned from a visit to Hustonvllle and Danville friends Dr Chris Farrls has been spending a week in Cincinnati The Lancaster ball team lost to Cen tral University Wednesday by a score of 0 to 5 Battery for C U Green and Galtber Lancaster Camnltz and Mc Roberts Hits off Camnltz 4 off Green 0 Base on balls Camnltz 5 Green 1 Struck out by Camnltz 12 by Green 15 Umpires Doty and Lyons Lancasters next game will be to finish the serlet of games between tbe D S D of Dan vllle and Lancaster hero on Thursday next Two games have been played and each won one so an exciting game Ik expected PREACHERSVILLE Evan Foley Is up in tbe mountains of Whitley trading- J L Butcblns one of our popular merchants will soon build an addition to his storeroom Our Literary and Debating Society is moving along nicely and improving as It goes We meet every Tuesday at 730 i DL Rev Robert Jordan preached Satur day evening Sunday morning and eve ning at the M E church Very good crowds were in attendance Some of our farmers are planting tbolr corn a second time on account of tbe cool weather J J J H and David Thompson sold 120 hogs to W H Traylor at 14 on Mr Samuel Carpenter and sonQuln cy of Madison are visiting at W H Cummins Joseph Pettus of Spring Held Is with bomefolks John W Cummins storekeeper and gauger for a Lawrenceburg distillery is at home taking a rest The Masons supper was given at tbe residence of Mr W H Cummins last Saturday evening at 730 A most en joyable time is reported by those presS eat It will go down In the history of Proachersvllle as one of tho moat pleasant occasions of the season There were about 250 people present including tbe visitors Delegations were present from Stanford Lancaster Crab Orch ard and Brodhead After supper the Masons repaired to Masonic Ball aad Important business was transacted A Startling Test To lave a life Dr T G Merritt of No Mehoopany Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure Ho writes A patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I bad often foundEIectric Bit tern excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so 1 prescribed them The pa dent gained from the first and hoe not had an attack In 14 months Electric bitters are positively guaranteed for ova pepsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only 50c at Pennys Sick headache results from a disorder stomach and is quickly cured by Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by W N Craigt GOING OUT OF BUSINESS I e 20000 TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH Of Dry Goods Notions Carpets Mattings Millinery Shoes Clothing Hats and Furnishings Goods to be closed out at COST and LESS THAN COST I have a business proposition offered me which I have de cided to accept This will necessitate the closing out and wind ing up the business of THE LOGAN DRY GOODS CO rwant to do this as quickly as possible We propose to MAKE PRICES that will move the stock rapidly This will bo YOUR OPPORTUNITY to make a GREAT SAVING on anything you need in our line This closing out sale will BE GIN AT ONCE Our stock is well assorted and complete in every line Come to see us and get the BEST BARGAIN you ever had in your life iFineOpening for Some One to Go il Bus ness Any one desiring to go in Business can buy our stock of Merchandise Store Fixtures and lease on storeroom at reason able priceJ M LOGAN LANCASTER KT Clothing for Mel Ii Satisfaction in every garment j Style Make and Finish are the best to bej i had i Come in and let us show you how they are tailored and how they fit The style you can see for yourself 10 to25e ss T o miLLER Danville KU THE GLOBE VEHICLES I If you need n New Turnout this Spring some thing service able in the 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 ns good as you can buy for the money Big stock on hand Come and see u- sHigginsMKinney STANFORD Hf lUCKY i L ITT T T oIW t r ti E INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HARVEY HELM candidate for Congress tae the 6enthJJstrkt subjct to ttw Kitoii of Jeea attic party HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for th Eighth district to succeed lion G psrtyayour sub Ject to the action of the Democratic sup port Is earnetly solicited G G GILBERT Of Shelby Is a candUate for Congres subject to action of the kmocrdkpartyR Is candidate for Judg of eUncan cMty aubjed to the action of the deancratlc tart THOMAS D NEWALND SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject tthe actlen of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD It a canaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln event subject la tt action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR ti a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to On action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN- la candidate for sheriff of Uncoln county subject to tae action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS I a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to sit action of the democratic party DINK FARMER li a candidate fgrJailer of Lincoln county subject to tbe action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS la a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the iMOcratic party W HERRIN li a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the Isaocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT- Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools el Uncoln County subject to lb action of the demo antic party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Uncoln county subject to the actl n ofthe demo cratic party JAMES D ANDERSON fi 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 subS jest to the action of the democratic party DC ALLEN- Is a candUate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON It acandldate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Jectjto 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 Lincoln county subject to tie action of the democratic party SENATOR MCCRBARY talk horie sense when be eaye Tbe success of the democratic party should be para mouot to Individual aspirations and the watchword of our party now should be harmony and union Our majority li not large and democrats should to act as to Increase the majority rather than to reduce It We should have home rule and local tetfROvernment 10I our party and no State committee of the democratic party should be author- Ized to remove members of local com mittees The governing power of the democratic party should be as close to the people as possible and they should be made to feel that equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none Is still a democratic doctrine HON GEORGE G GILBERT who hen creditably represented this district 10 Congress for three terms announces t this Issue his candidacy for the nomi nation again His record In Congress bas been an excellent one and on that record be Is making bis race We have naught but the kindest feelings for Mr Gilbert for we know be Is a good democrat and a clever gentleman but we are sorry be did not decide to let well enough alone and be satisfied a with the honors be has had Lincoln county will furnish tbe nominee for Congress this time and Mr Gilbert would bave saved himself a good deal of time worry and means by staying out of tbe taco A AtM Is not fit to be a member of a county committee It he Is willing to subordinate the harmony and welfare of his party to tbe promotion of any mans candidacy said Congressman Gilbert In his speech at Sbelbyvllle Monday and we heartily agree with him Feellpg that way be should not want tbe committee of this district to rescind Its action In voting for precinct conventions If the gentlemen com posing that committee believed It to be to tbe Interest of the party to make the nomination by convection Mr Gil r berts demand for a primary now Is out of tbe question and in bad tasteITURE will be no More ooJ i- marlea 10 the Elllbtb Congr alJalI district while Col DanRL s trots several of the cduntjrcommltteea IT Is a peculiar fact that this end furnishes the democratic majorities for the district and the other end the can dldales said Mr Gilbert In his opening speech Too Congressman seem- to forgot the fact that Sbelby has fur nished tbe timber for the last six veare Lincoln county has not bad ademocrat lo nominee for Congress for about 75 years but her time Is coming and com log rapldlvINEWS NOTES America destroys annually 17500000 gross of pearl buttons Sbelbyvllio suffered a 317000 ttrt which started In McDades livery stable Clarence Meyer a Kansas City MO1 printer was elaehedjto death by Ne roeeICapt W J Stone was dangerously hurt lo a runaway at his homo In Lyon county Sir Henry M Stanley the African explorer aled In London of pleuro pneumonia v Six men were killed and many others burned In an explosion In a coal mine at Herrln III The Kentucky Building at tbe Worlds Fair at St Louis will not be opened until June 15 John Hathaway was given tbe death sentence at Winchester for killing Et ta Thomas also colored John Schuster a 15year old boy beat out his slstera brains with a poker at Mooae Lake Manitoba Charles it Flint of New York has bought for 5150000 the Chilean crude ore Esmeralda and Chacabuco The mines of tbe Wbeatcroft Mining Company In Hopkins county resumed operations with nonunion miners The entire business section of La follette Tenn was destroyed by fire The losses will aggregate 1200000 Miss Mary Spellman of Lexington died from the effects of a dose of car bollo acid taken It Is believed by miff takeG Lee Waloscott a prominent man ufacturer of Winchester wasflned 1500 for shooting his slsterIn law Miss Margie Mille- rAjrecordbreaklng run of 81 miles In 60 minutes was made on the Northwest ern railroad between Fremontand Nor folk Junction Neb Two mills of tbe Scbagbtlcoke Pow der Company near Troy N Ywereblown up killing two employee and de molishing many buildings Hon George G Gilbert of Shelby ville will deliver the annual address to the graduating class of Georgetown College Georgetown June 7 A dispatch from Toklo gives the ofll clal figures of the Japanese losses the battle on Yalu river It says men were killed and 713 were wounded Former Gov R L Taylor has paid Into court at Knoxville Teen 15500 In cash and gives titles to his property- In Memphis to his former wife who recently obtained a divorce with alim o oyA railroad Is being planned to coo neat Cincinnati Covlngton and New Dart with the timber and mineral lands of Eastern Kentucky Tbe roadwill be built through the Big Sandy Val hy POLITICAL President Roosevelt has decided to appoint George F White of Macon Ga as United States Marshal New Jersey republicans held their Stato convention at Trenton and elected an uninstructed delegation to Chica goPresident Roosevelt Is said to have decided on Cornellu8D1ls8ofNeYork- to be chalrmin of tbe republican na tional committee and J W Blythe of Iowa to be vice president Judge Allle W Young who Is hold toe court at Owlngsvllle denies tbe report that be is going to appoint 250 sergeants atarms at the democratic State convention to enforce his rulings The Alabama republicans In conven ion at Birmingham elected delegates to tie Chicago convention and Indorsed Roosevelt for president and Senator Fairbanks of Indiana for vice president After voting to eliminate Negroes from their party and maintain white supremacy the Lily White republicans of Louisiana compromised acd elected white and a Negro delegation to tbe republican nominating convention with Instructions to support Roosevelt Editor Walton of tbe Lexington Democrat has come out flatfooted forI Hearst but winces under the company of Allle Young and John WhaHenI Frankfort Journal again We havent come out flatfoot ed for any one for president We were however Inclined to Judge Parker un til we learned so much of his booking As a dyedtntbewool democrat we areI suspicious of anybody whom August Belmont and Wall Street favor We know how Hearst stands on all Issues If Parker bac any views he keeps them to himself Hearst only sake fair treat meat and this we are willing to accord him and all whose names have been mentloced for the high office As to tbe other proposition we are willing to plead guilty that Is If tbe two have formed a partnership John Wballena bhouldyearLexlogtoif Democrat4fII IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Davis a farmer was killed by a train at Somerset Waahingtos n county was J J Carr a wellknown business man of Somerset Is dead of Bright a disease Paul Duncan of Lexington was fa tally hurt by a fall from a hotel window at London H H Fowler has been appointed postmaster at Drip Rock Jackson county vice G M Parsons removed For killing John Moore In Middles boro a year ago Edgar Ball aged 10 years was sentenced to 21 years Im prlloomeotISues Luella Lawrence Jones of flat rodsburg la one of tbe five young men selected by Herr Helnrlch Conra to bo trained for singing In Europe the expense of the Metropolitan Open- Company She studied in Cincinnati and New York Hiram bees was sentenced to years In the penitentiary at McKee for complicity In the murder of Henry Pee ters a Clay county schoolteacher WII1 lIam Beckman was given 10 years In prison In tbe same court for aiding and abetting In a murder for which James Lakes the principal was acquittedI William Johnson Jack Johnson Jim Johnson and John Prendergrast al residents of tbe Rolling Fork section t Were acquitted In Justice Terbunes court this morning on a charge of coo federating together to do bodily barm to one John Lucas Lucas was shot In tbe bead some time ago by parties whom be thought he recognized Ad vocate An Open Letter From the Cbapln S 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 preI scribed for tie but his medicines to give any rolled A friend who had a tat tie of Chataberlalns Colic Cholera an Diarrhoea Remedy on hand gave each of us a dose and we at oncejfelt the effects I procurtd a bottle and before using the entire contents we wore entirely cured Ii t a wonderful remedy and should be found In every household II 0 Bailey editor This remedy is for sale by II X Craig John F Wallace of Chicago saner slmaoagerot the Illinois Central ran road bas accepted the appointment of chief engineer In charge of tbe coo struction of the Panama canal at a sal ary of 25000 a year The task will require his residence on the Isthmus for the entire period of construction which Is estimated at about 10 years enllliabilityIMade Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pill each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D II Turner of of Dempsey town Pa Theyre the best In the world for Liver Stomach and Dow els Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 250 at Pennys Drug Store Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you tbe EggaFeatherCall at NORT0COTT k CO Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I lleadlagMlumberprice at Moreland D D 0 Peyton A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky flU ldto OwslqBuflding PRESTON NO 922 This premium saddle stallion of the worldwill make the season of 1904 at the stable of C Bailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 12 years oldI Ijt hands high a perfect model with great style action and speed Preston was sired by Washington No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 1st dam Belle by Roderick 2nd dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by J T Crenshaw of Lexington Ky and Mont gomery Chief owned by Ball Bros Why you should breed to Preston I Because he is the greatest shcw horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great show horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Vate for 82000 Rebecca that GeorgeWatsonby Gay Bros that won more premiums in saddle and combined rings than any three yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for 8500 3 Because he is tbe only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for 1 5000 4 Because he won the championship of the Louisville Horse Show 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky j 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 IpsoheJ C BKICEY Stanford Ky NOTICE holllIaveo monthMorseiL O DUNN Mt Salem ICy POSTED We whose names appear below itrlotly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree rrOllouteIolatorJ 7 Bnoonamore T M Holraej H F Newland J n Camenlscb Peter lUlmor W II Johnson StllbeolJamMIle P Hnwklu Mn K Welch It A Lawrence Frank Mrs A D Rout Sam H OordllrIMorgan Humphrey O T PROSPECT 2087IdiDatnirrtoHPealed April IS IMOt 16 hand high wild buywltli white feet bo atyletaor under saddl- etnnutaunSired by Dignity Dare list ho bylDare let darn LluloMont by Welchmont he by William Welch bv by Ity dteks lIam blftontan 1rmpecta 1st dam Dora Doano 3TIO by On Time he by Stone- await Jackson Sr god dam by Joe ho by Abdallah Oleneoe 3rd dam by Funk Sumptcr Denmark i 4th dam by mack Hawk ClJorgan1 8tb dam by Oil vtr baby Wajoner Othilni by Imp Messenger Will servo a limited number of mares tbe present season at IItiS TO INSURE A LIVE CULT due whet colt U foaled or mare traded or parted with Mares grated at 81 per month a bills paid before removal of mares not responsible for acoldentor e captM E I CARPENTER Moroland Ky KENTUCKYS ARTIST NaassIVASHRT- hie prralvm uddle and harness stallion wet sake the present season it Hurst Farm four from DanvUI and sly mite from StanfOtJIKcntiKkysArtlst ts a beautiful chestnut I tears perfatt Kentuckys tlst was slreJ Artlll Montrose No theWorJYItem 6r he by Wsshingtort Denmark talnes Denmark 6t Artist OnlftlM tst dam byDa1JDrutdKemekysArtbt ut dan Jirila Thomas by Denmak he by Ser Denmark tnJ byThmpsenCorp r 4th Jam Dover by of Howard comity Mat he by BUckburns Wkly of Artist lax slaws agdesleJ okfHIeJ aHthe great stalMons to Kentucky ant Missouri MOtItctHYChiefshow hone Presto tby Pat Doves Ktucky1 Artkl K tidy I tears eM as1 Is re- prJeS by Keetutkys best fler to be lite nt rue fat dud uJJk stalan b the leis N ridto shew aka to see al uaW ai KeMItII4paAor Sn to Iftswr a Nvfiig cell fent west year onty you Mw oaten wait rtcttvej A E HUNDLEY GUY L HUNDLEY Duke Of RichmondCo- mbined Stallion farmaSalem pike at the low price of SII to insure a living colt If mare is parted with in surance is forfeited and money is then due no exception to this rule yawneindividual with best of style and action drives and rides nicely was sired by Tam Covington 18992 he by Limber Jim standard and registered 1st dam by General Duke 2nd dam by Warren liar ris Denmark 3rd dam by old Crocker NOTE Tom Covington is a combined horse with a record of 228 14 trial 219 his dam was by Kentucky Chief and dam larson Abdallah General Duke Had a record in 1878 of 245 he was by Embry s Lexington by old Lexington Will also stand at same place and on same terms the two well known Jacks Jim Porter and Brignolia Jr The reputation of these lacks is fully es tablished ecpeciallrBrignolia Jr he being celebrated Levi Hubbe They are bothwell broke and very reliable Mares from a distance will be kept in any way desired at reasonable prices with boost attention but not responsible for accidents or es capes R S SCUDDEK McKinney Ky DORSEY GOLD DUST 12052 FULL BROTHER TO ESTELLE 219 14 Slrej by ZllcaJlGf MJuit 4400 by GoUJutt ijo ant he by Vermont Morgan D9rst GoUJml cran4 dam on sires silo was by the Imp Arabian Stallion Zllcadl His dam Is Florence by GpiJen Mlnco Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan making him Intensely Inbred Morean Stilllon descending from JustetrMorganon both sides The of road horses ever known Dorsey GoldJust Is a dark dapr d bay full 16 hands and weighs 1100 pounds a proven and uniform breeder of highclass rod and eattrtn horsescom Mnlne all the qualities for saddle and harness and In demand at top prices Both the champion sadJle and combineJ ceJlnR of the American Horse Shows sboay Jack O UlamonJs senJS to his rreJlt- Jo of his colts sold last year for toeeant titoolwas refused fora walktrot mare by him His servo ces are offered for less than any horse of his produc Ingqualities in Kentucky Will stenJ at my term near Stanford at S2O TO INSURE A COLT French Conch Stallion QUASI NO 2127IIn French Coach Stud Books of America also In Rtrubllqu francalse tiaras National No u86 Winner of first prlic at the National Universal Ex sitlanParis lions In show toga Imported r rlncIhands high urn the French Government Stallion Frann dam Charmantle by Le Don and and dam by Revo lution extended pedigree Iramed Quasi has never been beaten In the show ring A sure breeder 0Jloge fine high style and ble acting cons sad 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 season of at mv farm a is miles from Stanford on the pike at lIuwnvllleI SC TO INSURE A Money due when colt drops or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept at 6uc per week on grass no retponslblllty for accidents or scopes The test of careful given sad no accidents so farITom Koenoi JrWill make the season shame place at to Insure a colt This Jack Is almost a counterpart of his are and from Ida high class bm Veers sirovhaJ mule lack Old his no lurerlori and breeds on through his seine Ills sst dam by Cleaver sni by Giant JrJ by Writ EnJ dh by Great Westernehone til Address Stanford or Danville SPECIAL BARGAINS T Grand Leader this Weekr eltineh silk 27 inches wide White Black Illu Tan ruff Pink worth The this week only I8o yard 18inch Tnllbla nil colors worth boa this week SOc yard Molmir 88 inthos wfilo grey onlfirth 05c one week only M tip ynrlxx 81 one week only OOc 120 Corsets now Etylos Including straight front and dip hips wirtb Tta epocial lie Im1i08 muslin unilurwwir nt greatly reduced prices To clew oat our stookof Clothing mid Mens Hate ovory gttrmeit marked to seat nut helots silent MauWS show this week 81150 mats S360 I1IMi1 ibis weak S226 mens SOc imdorwair this week Sflr OWBIKY LfocK WATCH OUR tisa GRAND LEADER M Be Loa y O Co S B Levy t ICE CREAMAt llltarwe This year we have Increased our capacity tot nuking Ice Cream We make It ourselves and wish to say that we take all the care paul ble to make it good cleanliness and purity being our main object While you are down town stop in and take a quart plot or lets home with you for dinner or supper We furnish little bucket for deliver lug Ice Cream Price 30c a quart PENNYS DRUG STORE We are Now Showing A beautiful line of Ladies pers manufactured by SlipIDittmann See our line WeE Perkins was by 27 dam was bred by with sod Indl by lit dam by 2nd dam bv ard by Jack was bred by ot lie 1twith und one of the best In the will the tho farm Eat of Stan ded sire or 330 also of the sold bv for 1003 by 2IO of 2OS 210 bred etc dam dam of 222 by Ad dam by Star dam by 15 At 115 to due mare with colt hen two the lIt his own Dr In heat at 131 per will also first at Orchard C McCormackFine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness and fish est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville Heaters Get our on Heat buyiLamps JOHN BRIGHT JR Black Prince Illack Irlnco sired Emperor Imp Jenny June lack Prince Shelby Tevll lsll hands high black white points Is a good rldual In every resp- ectColonel BrightSired Prince Napoleon Spanish Prince Oordorer Dallard Colonel bright T D Bright lIoyle is U hands high black white points Individuals country These lack make present season at J F Cook 5 mlles t MooeydUIorbrcd w other stock J O KKUK GAMBRUNO 7812 Record 22B4 Maggie Daughman 2 Inmrose trlaU32lhigh sating horse J dtewart 33000 January Sired Oambetta Wilkes xilre OulnetU WedIWilkes Lottie Lorlne 2Ob44 3IOJf Eyelet S105 Emma Offutt SIIU first Delilah Clementine 2lO14 Jennie O MaryElmorebruncllo2l Third Davis Fourth Drown Pilot Oambruno is a brown stallion 3 bands high splendid seasonIIniuro a Living Colt Money when Is parted or foaled Onmbrnno In octlngtrottlrllhaving proved racing qualities u a a twoyearold driving Sparks third In 3Z5X Grass furnished month- I stand a class mule jack NotIJOIN 8 BAUGHMAN Danville J Stanford Ky Crab Ky I Fresh meats daily High prices Few left from Xmas at very low prices CO FOR SALE I J7 acres of laadeftuatedln Lincoln UOtty Ky on the turnpike road lealllag Stanford to 3 miles trout former place In one of the best hoods In tbe count well watered tailing springs and running ntllghbortand an the John 8 Murphy ot ald farm In graet except about weltTimothyaadclover detlrlnlttome or write mil before purchasing OttO W CARTER Turnenvllla Ky CLEANING HOUSE f You may need now carpets matting oil cloth rugs thadoi lace curtains tacks curtain pole pictures frames screenposse partolst doors windows glass tablochain safes wardrobe couches dresser wanhstandi bod springs mattresses chlaonJeraers wallpaper carpet trunk telo scopes carriage paint house curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etctiPRUITT BROSUNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE ULER8LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELANDkyE- VERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR Having boon In the Tailoring buslncsn nil my life I feel confident In I represent one of the best tailoring firms In the country With rov experience In taking measures nd dlrvctoiii I give j your clothes are bound to be satisfactory 1meThankIngH C RtlLEY the Tailor Iff 3rWp cant buy any bettor goods than the ones we show Took our lines OVOr all prices from tho dioiipost homp to tho boat ingrain Big lino of I Mruswls in the raiiiplo lino MATTINGS Nw clean stockall In Hits Eoaenn lOc to lOc OILCLOTHS 1 Wo have a big lino of beautiful patterns In I1 12 nntl 2ynrd wide CURTAIN SWISSESIAnd Panels 4 Carson Room I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANFOIID KTI 13 100 u Haying had many anxloui loqulrlea about the treat tonic VINOL we take pleasure to Inform you that we are tolo agent for ibis remedy and nave a large supply of It on band Peony Drug ijtore Stanford Ky PERSONALS PROP L R HCUIIBS wai ID Lexlng ton Wednesday MR FRED VON GRUENIOAN went to Loulnllle Tuesday MISS OPHELIA CHANCELLOR le with relatives It MlUeriburg MR THOMAS P KMimv of Lexlng too U with Mr D Chancellor JAMBS MBRSHON of Living iPMRSs with her mother here MAMIE BKAZLEV U the RUOII of Mr L M WeiterQeld at Living atoa Mutt little eon of Mr sad Mn Geo L Penny U threatened with typhoid fever MR B F JONES and wife of Cia cinnati are with the family of Mr J P Joan Oft WILLIAM SllBLTON U attending the Southern Baptist Convention at Naihvllle MR AND MRS GBORUR A PRBWITT ot Liberty were hero Tuesday and Wednesday 1 MR J B CARTUR and wife of Gar rard were here yesterday returning from LouUvllle- Mi 89 us MARY CARPENTER and Pearl Rout of Quiionvllle were guests of Mrs C M Rice MR BLAND BALLARD and family of Danville were guests of Mr Joiepb Coffey and family MRS K M DuToniNS of St Louli arrived Tuesday to spend tome time with the homefolki here LION HARVEY HHIU bat rented the rooms over Severance store formerly oooupled by Col W G Welch MRS D S CAIUBNTBR and MIll Alice Cabbell of lluitoovlllo open Tuesday with Mrs W 0 Speed MIL Q L SNOW sad wife of Ellli burg Casey county were tubUotlal callers at tbls omen Wednesday DR AND MRS J B BECK have gone to houiekeeplng In lion Harvey Holm cottage on Ka t Main street MRS MAUDE COFFEY who has beet clerking ID J T Jones restaurant returned to her home In the West Ead yesterday MR J II ALCORN went to Lakeland yesterday morning to take a position at guard ID the asylum secured for him by Mr J M Alvereon PROP MO WnuREY has been at the head of tbo Mlddleiboro city school A for two year and during this time they hue made marked progress along ev t ery lino Mlddleaboro Ndwi I Miss MARY GAHNBTT who baa beet of measles was able to return to her home at Cave City Wednesday She was denied the sad privilege of attending her fathers burial MRS JAMES ROY who hat been vU Itlng friends at Klngivllllo took yea tordoya tralu for Jelllco whero her husband U connected with the L k N Miss Lucille Johnson brought her to the train MISS BLANCHE VANDEVEER has our thanks for an Invitation to attend the commencement exercises of Madison Institute at Richmond Thursday May 26th Mica VanDevcer is a member of tho Senior Class MR n R JONES the clever maaa gar of the Stanford Telephone Ex change who was brdly icaldcd by tbo overturning of a vessel of hot water li still suffering from the burns ho re ceived and U ablo to walk obly by the aid ot a cane I MR WALTER EVERETT of City Moat Market went to Stanford Sunday to arrange for the removal of his family to Somerset Mr CoDa will also re move his family here In a few weeks These are business moo who will prove an lon to trade circles of the- cltySOmerlet Journal Miss ANNA BRONAUQU returned to- her homo at Crab Orchard after a very visit of three weeks to Miss 4pleasantEvans In the country Miss I of Stanford was tho Jennie Lyon of Mrs B G Fox Mrs J S I guest Wells and children left for Nashville Tenn where they will visit Mrs W R Mauler Advocate SUMMER +lap dusters at J O McCla v rys- S VERAToTCE8z SONSTORES LOCALS PRE8KNT8 suitable for graduates at W a Muellers BUY the Model Steel Range of SIP Gray Stanford Mil ANSEL bought of J Hl Carter a small tarn near highland FOR wedding presents see W UI Muellers line of solid silver and flat cut Rises MANAGER 0 IL JONES Is having a new directory printed for the Stanford Telephone Exchange MRS GEORGIA c MARTIN has beet hIliCOUO1who relllrDedIFOR BALE One good delivery wag on horse and harness Will be sold cheap If taken Immediately Call or- S P Gray StanfordaR 8AJones has re moved his dental office to the parlor of the Myers House directly across the street from his old ofllce J M LooAN theLancaster merchant prince offers to soil his 120000 took of goods at and below cost Read his advertisement on our first page FOR SALE OR RBNT A cottago with four large rooms porches and all outbuildings In good repair Located on Oarst street Apply at this omen 2t TUB game of base ballbetween the town team and Graded School nine this afternoon at 3u10 promises to be an exciting one Admission lOc Dont fall to go TilE Ladles d6Society of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs W U Dlgglns at 2 oclock this afternoon Important business Is io bo transacted IT li tCfunoy It Is educa tional It Is the best thing on the road Is the entertainment given by the Ideal Entertainers Go and see It Walton Opera House Friday evening May 20 THERE will be an entertainment at the College at Mlddleburg on Monday night May 16th and a declamatory contest on Wednesday night 18th writes Prof J W Davis The admix sloe will bo 25c TilE prices of admission to the Ideal Entertainers show at Waltons Opera house Friday and Saturday nights May 20 and 21 will be only 16o for children and 25c for adults You cant afford to miss It MR FORESTCS REID has Ought of Mr Frank Robinson his Interest In Kentucky Supply Company Mr Reid la one of Danvilles most prominent business moo and he Is q valuable partner In any flan Danville News COL LANHAM family wont tc Casey Wednesdaytoattendtbeblrtbday celebration of his mother Mrs G Ber ry Lanham who Is 81 years old U was a big occasion and nearly 100 poo pIe wero present Among the guents was a alter from Missouri Mrs Sallle ElderNOTICEThe eolre Mrs Eliza beth CrutchQeld deceased have decid ed that her farm on Hawkins Branch shall bo sold privately The place mUI be sold by June let If you want It not- Is the tIme to put In your bid For fur ther particulars address or leo L R Hughes Stanford Ky JUNCTION CITY have a tole phone exchange writes Charles L Dawes lIaad we hope to bavo It In operation soon II ho adds The olllcors of the telephone company are J R Steele president R H West vice president J M Keane treasurer C L Dawee secretary and manager The directors are 8 W Burke B W Durham Dr H S Chase W A Roy colds and J M Keane J E REYNOLDS whhoclaims Lincoln county as his was arrested at the Transylvania Printing Ofllce by Capt drown on a telegram from the chief of police of Parkersburg W Va charg lag him with forgery He was taken to police headquarters and after an In terview with his wife was committed to jail Reynolds U a job printer by trade Lexington Democrat If Lin cola county has a printer named Rev colds be has noi made bis whereabouts known The fellow Is undoubtedly fal slfylog about his home Run the men folks from home and get the Spring cleaning task off your mind You will need some Carpets Mattings Rugs or Cur tains to brighten things up Let us show you we will save you money and show you the very newest goods to be hae ONLY 81 60 to Cincinnati and return over the K C Sunday Train leaves Stanford depot at 6 A M STRAWUERRIBB are selling atlOo per quart In Louisville They are worth double that price here MY stock of watches clocks solid silver goods etc Is select and large and prices low W H Mueller Mn W P WALTON has rented bis toro room In this building to Mr John Lee Elkin of Lebanon who will opera box ball alley loft June EXAMINATIONS Supt G Singleton tslls us that examinations for whip teachers will be held on the third Fridays and Saturdays In May June July and August Examinations for colored teachers will be held on the fourth Fridays and Saturdays of those months TUB Lexington Monument Colocat ed on W Main Street Lexington announces In this Issue that they will ro tIre from business The entire stock Is on sale at greatly reduced prices ADd for the next few days Monuments Headstones etc will bo sold cheaper than eyer before In Lexington No NOMINATION YET After taking 100 or more billets without making a nomination tbo Congressional conven ton at Lexington adjourned last night to moot this morning On the last ballot Trimble got 39 votes Kimball 28 and the rest scattering It Is Impossi ble to even surmise who will be nom hated KILLED BY A TRAIN George Hil ton eon of the late James Hilton of Rowland was run over and killed by a train In Louisville yesterday He was working for the K dr I Bridge Co and was switching In the companys yard when a train struck him Mr Hilton was about 25 years old and was a sober Industrious young man The remains will be brought home and Interred by the side of his father In the Gosbcn burying ground- YEAOERCbuCh11 H Yea eralcd 32 died at his home near Hedgavllle at 1030 Wednesday night of pneumo ala alter an Illness of several weeks A wife who was Mist Sue Bright a daughter of Mr George P Bright and one child little Natcy Bright survive The burial will take place at Danville at 2 oclock this Friday afternoon Mr Yeager was an Industrious ener getic young farmer and was making a success In his chosen line Ho was a member of the Knights of Pythias lodge here and was held in high esteem by his brothers of the order and his legion of friends Tho kind husband and Indulgent lather will be greatly lorIitlvcs who loved him so dearly Ups THE ARAUIAN NIGHTS IIor tbo Prince of LIars presented by Miss Ella May Saunders company of Stanton ladles and gentlemen at Walton Op era House Wednesday evening drew a good house and the audience was well pleased Tbo young people who tool part have reason to feel good over their work while Miss Saunders Is deerv lag of congratulation for giving the op era house patron so high grade asbow The cut of characters was as follows Mr Arthur Hummlngtop Geo Mono CoffeyJoshua Humml02tbrand Mies Kate Haselton Rosa Co DallVMallaodMiss Mary D Kennedy Between acts Misses Nell Warren and Helen Beazley of this place and Messrs Curtis Adam and Walter Traynor of Richmond delighted the audience with vocal so MarHundley y meat At the request of the audience Miss Ella May Saunders recited In her charming way Fra Quloolmo She- was greeted with rouooa of applause The entertainment lasted 2I hours and- was both creditable and enjoyable from beginning to end MATRIMONIAL Thomas Baugh and Mla Lucy Green MahonyMonday AliceMasonW J Masons Wednesday UeboccaIof KIrksvlIle to William Hackworth a young lawyer of the former place Is announced bat1PortRussians CHURCH MATTERS The African Methodist Episcopal General Conference will elect no bleb ops this session The Diocesan Council of the Episco pal church which meets Sunday In Hopklnsvllle will select a successor to the late Bishop T U Dudley The Southern Baptists 40tb annual convention convened In Nashville yes terday Former Gov James P Eagle of Little Rock will probably be re elected president IThe coroners jury which investigated the death of Edward L Wentz the Philadelphia millionaire whose body was found near Big Stone Gap Va returned a verdict of accidental killing by the discharge of bis own pletol The majority of the people believe It a case of suicide but the Wentz family Is said to be of the opinion that death was due to foul play The heads of railroads centering In Cincinnati have Issued orders for a re duction of forces to the lowest possible point without Impairing the service A falling off In gross earnings Is said to be the cause Tbe Parker followers are In full control of the Indiana democratic State convention at Indianapolis NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP Having rented the Wm Dauguertv black smith mop on west main street I am prepared to all kinds of blacksmith work I have an experienced work man ID charge Work guaranteed Give meaeoll I ao keepon all the time a lot ot lumber of all RAKER WALLS Dr 05 Williams DENTIST All work guaranteed and rea sonable- Hustonvlllo Kentucky Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky SAM BAUGHMAN This wellknown lack will make the season of 1904 at my farm tbo Henner place near Turnenvllle at eight dollars to Insure ally lag colt lie U close to 14 band Is black with mealy points and k a sure foal getter n F GAIN TurnersTllle Ky FOR SALE Uulceoce wIth 5 rooms halls and porches cistern servant room coil house hen house stable and buggy shed with 5 X acres of land on Danville street 34 ot a mile from court house just outside of tows limits and within 400 aeds ot graded school For Information applY ton J MROOERTS Stanford Ky SALE OF LOT Th undersigned committee will on the 18th day ot May 1801 on the premises sell at public auction the school building lot of two acres I rood 17 poles belonging to the Trustees of Stanford and Female Seminary situated on Somerset street In Stanford Ky Terms made known on di y or sale W natnnT j J U PaXTON Corn HUMMER JR Oaf stallion 15 34 hands a good indi vidual with abundant speed He is by Hummer 6112 sire of Bouncer 209 Stately 5111 Spalpeen za25 r42Mountaineer sail Speedon 2194 15 in 230 6112 is a son of the renowned Electioneer and save one is the only son of Electioneer living that is out oi a George Wilkes mare and with the exception of Arlon is the only son standing in Kentucky that has a 209 performer to his credit Hummer Jrs dam is by the great Lord Russell dam Uodiva by Auditor 773 Will stand at Ito tii insure a living co- ltHAPSBURG 509 z65 hands high By Gloseter 26 ira ported ist dam Jolly by Wonderful Boy 534 b Preserves Su First dam by Trinket 5 Imp by County King no 2d dam by Champion of England 566 3d dam by 670 4th dam by Grand Turk 138 Hapsburg is a pure bred Cleveland Coach horse weight 1275 pounds drives well gentle and kind and high action Can show a mile better than three minutes Any one wishing a very high bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style speed and action should see this horse Will stand at 810 to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid jack at 810 Mares grazed at 82 per month which in all cases must be paid before are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should occur t J K BAUGIIMAN Hustonville Endless variety of Patterns ill Moquette and Smyrna Rugs A Fpcefal i 1 12 yard long Brussels Rug nt SheIPORTIERRESIn Stripoe 200 to 500 LACE CURTAINS At 7oc to 500 per pair Dotted Swfcs Raffled Curtains at HR to 8150 WINDOW SHADESI- n White Green Yellow Also extra lengths and wl the TWO Loader Room 1 STRAW HATS THEY LOOK COOL THEY ARE COOL The styles we show will please you Yacht shapes for the dressy young shapes for the most com fortMany styles for little folks Cummins a McClary to to i P Tun Sine III make the season at near 1eytoni Well at to a colt lie 12 bands a and a Tninenvllle Ky CRITERION On means a great deal to the wearer Its the shoul ders of w the close fitfting collar the perfectly J built shaperetaining front makes the wearer Look and feel ttDressed If you will west a Criterion you Will be satibfied What more do you want i 750 to 1750 H J MROBERTS Stanford Kyt TRY ONE OF TiI Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For a Clean and Easy Shave you cant ford not use a CLAUSS RAZOR GEORGE H FARRIS a COt Stanford Kentucky Dr Gussie M Phillips OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH HOTEL STANFORD KY TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY 1A M M All chronic diseases treated Gynecology told Nervous Diseases a Specialty DIXIE present Shetland mypace id Insure Is about beautiful spotted pony perfect individual R 0 UUNNELLEV a coat coat that suit Prices Have your colts can trated by T TV GROSS Preach ereville Ky the wellknown castfl tor bf bones and horse doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Try him Ii rJt zp vg wwwr+ +nr 1- wIp 4 a r THE JNTER10RJOURNAL Jnbred n the post ogled at Stanford at tewndcl matter 3 abLlhedTuaala4p arsQFsl4ap ArI CASH rt jsr Whsn ROt sopsl4 aOO wmbschsrjsd I KNQXVILIE DIVISION fpmlu n j2 a m 103II Mt2Mpm sBOB QUIS 66749 A J 0 0 the above Jersey at 11110 ladyaoceplaReturnivilegesworks I j B OAMENISOH Ky JeH IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY STI1BLEStanford Good Livery Service at Beasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale Will sell privately Will also sell a 15 tone power engine boiler All In good repair sell at a bargain to closo up business Will take part pay in lumber POWELL b Swrcucr Stanford Ky QaJt J Tratjlor DEALER INS Whlskll Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc Oarpsnttr Close to DepotSTANFORD KYI PromptandpoIltsaneatloa Nothingbctthebeg i to drink er pb orJecs receive promp attention FOR SALE Ten acres of land a two tory front seven roomoottage The houe Is now A splendid garden orchard There is a large mill on the place a good crusher and the dam is in good the natural power is great economy In running tho mill Does a splendid business Is In good repair has all necessary outbuildings The owners only reason for selling to thrush e of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop is on the- anford about 4 miles from tlandtncanrbe bought at a bargain Cor further particulars address 6 0 Therm fyhnctE3 L Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agonts Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farm will do well to see us a number of line Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you to sell place it in our hands Office at Boonoa Stable Stanford Ky II RlMalion f Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage ot the property owners in tn counties iVncoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against fIre Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLine Com represented and the low eet possible rates are guaranteed Phone 1- b2Stanford Kentucky LIVERTROUBLES IflndThedfordiBlaekDrangbt a good medicine for liver disease spent6loowithdoctora CAROLINElIARTIN If liter does not act nlarly go to your druggist and secure a of Thedfords- BlackDraugbt and take a dose constipatebowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Thedfords Black Draught will cleanse the im purities and strengthen the kid neys A invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick nets ami contagion Weak kid neys Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25ccnt package of Thedfords Black keptinDlrekDulthtRlalaU and found nothing to excel COFFMAN flax blehead li- tTHEDFORD5 BLACK DRAUGHT J Men Who Can Sell Grain or Tobacco Can Sell Life Insuranceand MAKE MORE MONEY Only the few bur farm products while everyone Is a possible customer for life insurance It will cost you nothing 0 find out our plan for selUngour new tormlof Investment Insurance you can find out by writing whether will pay you to try It A court of professional instruction given free The Mutual Life New York Richard A McourdyPresident has raid holders over 630 MILLION DOLLARS Address B1SCOE HINDMAN Manager V S Trust Bldg Louisville Ky HAIRALSAM ctrann aD4 buene the tub rrouTNear I tale to It Tooth or Iesl D jrrrrhu RaA JONES t DENTISTStanford Ky Office over HiggIns fit McKlnnoys Store Telephone N 81 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when services are rendered and must ty paid promptly BD CARTER Successor to Bruce fit Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is lolicited Hones on commission Stock Pone In Connection E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J L Beazley 6 Co J Undertakers and Embalmers AUODSAtUlIX FarnlturCMattingRulThey all B a call Price right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ C+ JYJCC Y UNDBBTAKEB EMBALMER And DealearIn SABNESS sADDLISra Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST nnitonvllle Ky elegantlyP 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry Newa Stand Cigars All BOIlicited T ROWLAND Tho peach crop is not halt as badly damaged as was thought Tom Price has had his pension creased from 112 to 117 a month Jim Haley says the hearing of both ot his children is affected as tbo result ot measles W W Fltzwater has gone to Ellli burg Casey county to hold a protract ed meeting Miss Gillie B Burst bas been sIck for a week Julian Fowle bas a big boll on his band Mr Me Royalty Is through whitewashing It Improved the appearance of his property considerably Most all the corn In this section li up and we think It will be all right If we dont have another freeze or snow We notice the girls of the town go fishing a great deal But they are unable to catch the big Fish at the depot Bill Bolley makes as high as nine trips a day to the postoffice but no one over sees him get any mall except ad vertising Craig Camden went fishing the other day and caught two bass one weighing two pounds and the other 2 Craig says he is It when it comes to fishing for base Our town has five trustees a mar shal a treasurer and a cleric It we only had water works electric lights streetcars and telephones we would be satisfiedT Martin Jr and family basin returned from a visit to his fatherin law W H Saylor al Shelby City W B Land went to Lancaster on account of the death of one of Mr Mat Slier 5055Henry DeBord has returned from Crab Orchard where he has been for a weelc with his parents He tells us he caught eorao nice fish while he was gone Jim Baley has returned from Lebanon Junction where ha was called on account of the illness of his niece Mils Ethel Haley John Crutchfleld Is at home sick He was hurt In a hand car wreck at Bed ford Ind Will Collier a Rowland boy was killed in the same wreck John M Brent Is still confined to his bed We are glad to see Till Stephens out again after a six weeks spell of pneumonia W W Filzwater has re turned from Olympia Springs Bath meeting county where he bas been holding aI One of the greatest blessings a modest man can wish for Is a good reliable set o bowels If you are not the happy pot lessor of such an outfit you can greatly Improve the efficiency of those you have by the judicious use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tableta They ar pleasant to take and agreeable In effect For sale by W N Craig LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Q F Gooob som to Mr Glveoi a bay horse for 1110 John Ball bought of Joe CbcnauU a fouryearold gelding for 8110 STRAYED Whlto owe ring in ear long tall J H Swope Stanford St Fred Von Grucnlgan bought 27 milk cows at 130 to 110 and shipped them to Louisville Tuesday The Weather Bureau crop report Indicates that wheat Is Improving and early corn looks good The barn of Spencer Minor near Louisville burned and 22 horses and mutes were cremated O P Huffman bought of Rlchenbach Bros a lot of butcher stuff at 31c and ot John Smith a bunch of hogs at 4c S W Givens bought eight livery horses at an average of 1100 He bought them for his livery stable at Middies boro Woods Cowan is McCormack want 100000 pounds ot wool They will pay the highest market price at Stanford and BUltonvl1leItWanted to sell nine 80pound shoal i andtwo sows and pigs or will exchange for a good fresh milk cow J Y Good patter Highland ESTRAY A hornless red yearling heifer left my place two weeks ago Reward for her return J M Coffey Walnut Flat KyaR F Paull bought a five year old Aberdeen Angus cow and calf from T Carpenter ot Huetonvllle for which ho paid 1125 Adair News R G Dennys Dr Stucky and Miss Max ran a dead heat at the Louisville races Monday Dr Stucky has a good race to bis credit at the meeting there Dr C Cann of Georgetown sold to Mode Nichol of Lexington a pair of four ycarold geldings by Glenbrook forfSoO Mr Nichol sold the team two days later for 11000 OTTENHEIM Our late Spring bas damaged the strawberry crop In this section Skelton Coleman while hiving beer was painfully stung on the hands and faceR G Collier lost a fine sucklingmul a few days ago that he could have got ten 175 for Some of our old residents say that we are going to have a few day of dOll wood winter Mesdames D J Harris and Ephralm James remain seriously III The latter Is very low with consumption Since our last writing Girley Adam has moved to the Jesse Cook farm on mayfID the land of milk and honey Garley James traded bis horse for a yearling calf and then hitched the calf to bis buggy rod drove It home a dis tans of five miles You can ofeall things be appears to be In his right mind To Close Out Our Business Our Large Stock of Monuments Markers And Headstones Tile Greatest Opportunity ever Offered ill Lexington enrett aata atars This work is of the best grades in Marble nnd Granite and of now and artistic designee Call at onto and make a selection if you arc in need of tiny kind of Cem etery Work It will be lettered in the host style nut delivered and set up in the Lex ington or other Cemeteries or delivered securely pricked on the cars TUB Lexington monument GO 549 West Main Street LEXINGTONivY 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 is connected to a tile with down spout 3rd There is 50 per cent less danger of fire and it will reduce the insur ance enough to pay the difference between it and a chenproof See S II Aldridge the tinner and plumber that does the work PliQne No 11G S H ALDRIDGEDepot Street Stanford Ky GO TO W B McRobertsDRUGGIST FOR LAN GARDENSEED LANDRETHS GARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS BOOKS AND STATIONERY t t First National Bankot Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This institution was originally established aa the Deposit Hank of Stanford la 1151 then reorganized ai the National Dank of Stanford n 1183 and again roorgantiod M the First National hack of Stanford In 1813 having had practically an uninterrupted existence 43 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer peratloas Solicited 1IDirectors J B Paxton J B Owsley S H Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter J D foster L 0 Uooch WII Uuntmlns DrlrbLIt w Shanks Successors to The Farmers Bank Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Offloirs lLJ 3 S HOOKER 8 T lUnnm V JI MoIlOBEUTS Ohr W II WKARENAist Ohr f Directors F Reid Danville S T Harris Stanford 3 Mocker Stanford K L Tanner MclUnnIIM n Elmore S IL Stanford T P IIIII Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J Daughtnan Stanford J M Pettus Stanford Ed Darter Officers 8 U SHANKS President J B OWSLEY Oashlsr w u nmoiiT Asst Cubist Ionesand of perfect workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and JLettering=IVM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky II 300 Square Feet Iltll1tt Stanfordlr two coats to the gallon thats wha- tTHESHERWINWlLUAMS PAINT- will cover And on a good surface it will cover more than that No paint will do better and very few paints will do as well Maximum covering capacity easiest spreading qualities longest wear and greatest economy arc what we claim for SWP Its the one safe paint to use Always gives satisfaction- If you want to save money in painting let us show you the way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting TOLD BY CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky 2 INoCombined Stallion Mahogany bay black wtilto only on left hind foot eight years old IS 3H hands high weighs 1200 pounds strong nat bone heavy mane and tall good back with long Gratify tapering nock well set In high mounted shoulders a saddle hone head and ear on him a model under halter wonderful tylo In harness a show horse sure When one year old wore all honors In his class wherever shown also the blue tie In sweepstake har ness rings at same ape When a three var old ho was shown 14 times and wore 13 blue strings hOI never been defeated in fancy harness rings has always been the victor In stallion stake rings as a breeder when shown with three or more of his got for site style and general conformation Dud for all purposes tin Is a saddle hone with five dis tinct gaits fast line acting rocker good In two walks and a nice lopor very positive In his trot under saddle and in hirncsi great all around action as Is required for an upvo r date sire of high priced sale horse for addle Or harness lie is a sure enough harness horse graceful stylish and fast can thaw eighths In 1SK seconds n ZJ8 gate with but little handling did this last tall after serving 01 mares last spring Ho Is possessed of wonderful nervoand speed enough to get trotters for track use or gentlemens roadsters handsome stylist heavy and strong enough to get carriage horses with a kindly tlllshgracofulmost uniform en In y types i never a sorrel colt The most profitable hone hones for the farmer aud small breeder to pro duce Is the horse which serves the widest range of purposes well Ills colts are show colts ofthe highest type ljue string winners from the to the youngest PzmntlxxSired by Chester Dare 10 N S n n he lIy Black Squirrel 68 he by Black Eagle 74 he King William 07 he by Washington Denmark 0 baby Galnes Denmark GIhe by racehorse Denmark F S ho by Imported Hedgeford Dignity first dam Liz lemont by Wclchmont No C38T A T U II ho by William Welch 311 he by Kysdlcks Hambletonlan lOiDlgnltT second dam by Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills Ver mont Cth dam Thoroughbred Welchmonts first dam IaullnelIy Almont Forest 28G- 3TERIlDlgnlty Dare Will make the wason of 100 at my stable Inllustonvllle Ky i10 to insure a living colt when foaled Marc traded or removed forfeit Insurance andimoney becomes due and must be paid at time of such transaction Marcs grazed at 12 month and bills to be paid before removal of mares Grain fed If desired at reasonable rates Mares Intrusted receive my personal attention but will not be responsi ble for accidents or escapes Phone In residence call Huston vllle exchange D S CARPENTER