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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 17 1904 8 A M NO 23 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Wanted stock to graze H G Lutes Stanford 2l William Floldi told to J D Leavel at Danvlllo yeilerday a brown gelding for f2501 Cowan McCormack ft Woods have r bought about 12000 pounds of wool at Ho to 2lc- ThoniM Bright bat a cow that gives 2J gallons of milk per day after suck log twobeattby calves Wanted to tell nine 80 pound shoats and two sow and pigs or will exchange for a good fresh milk cow J Y Good pastor Highland ESTltAY A hornlon red yearling heifer left my place two weeks BRO e Reward for her return J M Coffey Walnut Flat Ky DANVILLEJ COURT A good crowd was at Danylllo yesterday but business iru dull Not many cattle were on tho market Led the demand was not great T J Goode told to R L Murphy 13 ti o year oldsteen for 139325 and three calves for 137 and 50 barroli of corn for 1150 to different partlet Caiey Coun ty Newt J F Wllbenpoon has told hit ploD dttl farm near Talmage cooilitloc of about 310 acres to Mr Rankin Clemens of Payetto county at 70 This sakes nearly 1000 acres of Mercer Bounty land owned by Mr Clement llarrodiburg herald la sustaining a demurrer to the po lltloo of the State FLIT oRIolalt against the Oweeiboro guarantors for a deficit 01112000 Judge Ulrkbead holds that the plaintiff mutt first ascertain the loo from Itt books pay It and then prorate It and mako a demand on each guarantor The cue will be appealed CURE CATARRH BY BREATHING Penny offers to return money If Hyomel treatment falls to cure catarrh with out stomach dosing If for a few minutes four times a day you breathe Ifyomtl all catarrbal germs will be destroyed and the Irritated mu OMM membrane mlond to health With every Ilyomel outfit there is a nut inhaler which can be carried In Ibp rlSne or pocket Ilyomel breathed through this contains the same heating Ualtama that are found in the air upon the mouatainswhere catarrh It unknown It destroys all oatanhal germs in the air pMge of the head throat and note nod makes a positive and permanent hero of catarrh The complete outfit nosh but II while tetra battles of Hyotncl can be obtained for We making It one of the most coo nomloal of treat menta for catarrh Ieony believes so thoroughly In the merit of Ilyomel that he guarantees to return the money if It falls This Is cer tainly the etrongcit evidence he can give Of his faith In the Hyomei treatment It enables any one to use Ilyomel without rlllk of spending money for nothing t Ask Penny to show you a Hyomei out It and explain to you whit a simple and easy way It it to relieve and cure your catarrhal troubles A SAD MISUNDERSTANDING The man was long and lanky but he came Into the ofllco of the Clarion Gong of Liberty looking benevolent Mr Editor said be next wok Im solo to bring you In tome nice spring poultry and The editor rote like a fury lie seiz ed the long lank man and with force of arms burled him down the ofllce stairs Ho was still defiant and breath log hard when the rlDtera devil standing by IldIGee II It the grand gazabo fer theirs when they fetch In spring poultry Spring poultry exclaimed the ed- Itor Great Greeleyt ghost I thought bo said poetry And walling he went out and bang ed his head against the oQlce towel un til everything cracked New York Sun p e Rheumatic Pains Relieved The prompt relief fromthe severe pains of sciatica and rheumatism which Is af forded by Chamberlains Pain Dalm ia alone worth many times Its cost Mr Wlllard 0 Vale of Poughkeop leN Y writes I am troubled with rheumatism and neuralgia of the nerves and Chamber lains Pain Balm gives relief quicker than any liniment I have ever used For sale by W N Craig We have the floret hotels In the world and more of them than any other coun try There are altogether 1000 hotels In the United States according to a Now York manager representing an Invested capital of over 18000000003 Theoo eetabllthraenia employ 3500000 persons The totel population Is enor mous steadily Increasing Some of the finest houses cost as much as 14 600000 New York Press Clara Barton hat resigned tbo American Red Cross andiJthe Logan will succeed her- r tt Sunday School Convention At Brodhead The County Sunday School Conven tion met at the Christian church In Drodhead Friday and was called to or der by the county president J R Stucky of Livingston who Is a wide awake uptodate railroad man and so we ran on time and bad plenty of snap and vim In the work After calling the convention to order the welcome address wee delivered by ROT Sawyer which was hearty and full of hospital ity and we were all mado to feel at home The following program was tak en up Of what advantage It the Sun day school to tbo church Discussed by Rev 0 M Quay R B Mabony and A J Pike Conference of Sun day kcbool workert11 Led by Rey P C Gebauer State worker who It one of our most efficient 3unday tcbool men Olt whole heart It In the work and If the teachers and superintendents will only carry out his suggestions we will have better Sunday schools Three qualifications superintendents Bear ty wholehearted filled with love for God and love for children knowledge of Gods word of tbo Individuals that constitute his school and all those around him who ought to be reached acd brought Into Sunday school Handy a good mixer hand shaker and ser vant Meet all with a smile and know their names and make them feel that you aro their friend Acd then tbere was also brought out this Important fact to teachers How can teachers secure home study on part of classy Come prepared yourself Assign parts to each pupil some question for each one to find answers to during the week Expect answers Help them go to see them Inquire If they have succeeded In finding their answers etc See their parents Some of the common errors of teachers Tardiness not preparing lessons lack of purpose This was very helpful to all Address Bringing In the Sheaves by Rev Gltllam Num ber of patton present 6 number of su perintendents present 8 number of teachers present 10 A good gather log and the house was comfortably all od with others Interested In the Lords work Adjourned until 1 oclock and then wont into the good Kentucky homes of Brodbead where we Vere sumptuously dined and kindly welcomed At 1 oclock though raining bard tbo good people returned until there was a good audience and the exercises were continued by song and prayer and then Rev Gebauer gave an address on The Teachers Training II Another song after which there was an address by Rev 0 M Huey subject Man hoods Morning II The business of the convention was transacted Nominating committee with J F Watson chairman reported J R Stucky president F J Bevlog ton Mt Vernon vice prey A E AI bright second vice pre Mrs McFer ran Livingston secretary Jake Sam brook Livingston treasurer Report of county president showed be had been at work Number of schools visited 10 miles traveled on railroad lOS walked 18 horseback 8 Letters written 40 Paid for stamps and stationery tl 60 for programs and advertising 82 Inci dental expenses 75 etc Total paid out It 26 Two hundred and twenty four mile traveled No wonder there was so much Interest In the work Bro Stuck s energy and determination makes things go until Rockcastle Is now one of the banner counties In the State Sunday school work Then we are reminded again what a consecrated man can do Why dont others do like wiseCommittee on resolutions Chairman Bovlngton offered the following Whereat thorough preparation Is necessary to the highest success In the work of teaching therefore be It re solved by the Rockcastle County S S Association that we encourage In every practical way tbe mastery by our teachers of a teachers reading or train ing course because of tbo faithful work of our county and district officers es peclally our honored president J R Stucky Resolved that we do hereby extend to them our heartfelt thanks and also tbe resolution thanking the good pee pie for their magnificent and royal kindness In throwing open their hearts and homes tour Tbero were reports from 10 schools Thus closed ono of the bet county conventions ever held Ic Rockcastle It was good to be there Tbo beautiful spirit of unity and broth erly love was prevalent The meeting seemed to till the people with enthus iasm for the Masters work andall seem to turn back to tbelr respective labors determined to do more and bettor work for Him who said Inasmuch as you did It unto ono of these my little ones you did It unto Me It was a good meeting O M RUE Sick headache results from a disorder stomach and Is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by W N Craig Two Inches of snow fell at Calumet Mich SaturdayI NEWS NOTES A great Mormon temple Is to be built in New York Fire at Plttsburjr Pa destroyed property worth 176000 There are In use In the United States 1400000 miles of telegraph wire- Arrangements have been completed for the Confederate reunion In Nash ville Dr James Grey Thomas a prominent physician and surgeon Is dead at Mo bile Ala- Property worth 123000 Including 23 horses was destroyed by fire at Jack son Tenn Sheriff Burgln of Birmingham has just hung his ICih man since be went Into office Seven hundred Turks and 000 Armenian were killed In recent fighting In Armenia A judge at Newark N J decided In effect that a boys life Is twice at valuable at that of a girl Mrs Jennie Owens of Sleubenvllle 0 was sentenced to Imprisonment for life for the murder of her husband It It reported from Parlt that Mrs Edelyn Gray of Now Orleans has been robbed of jewelry valued lit 1200000 Capt Peary Is preparing for a pre liminary expedition to Greenland to arrange for his Polar expedition next yearMrs John Larmon fell from the sec ond story window of a barn at her home near Smiths Grove and died from the effects The Chinese government has reiter ated Id determination to maintain strict neutrality In tbe war between Russia and Japan Second Lieut D Y Beckham a brother of Gov Beckham has been promoted to a first lieutenancy In the United States army Kate Claxton the actress declares absurd the suit brought In New York Hacking her right to the title to tbo play Tbe Two Orphans While suffering from delirium Cbas Taylor jumped from the Southern bridge at Cincinnati Into the river and was picked up a mile below Five men are alleged to have been killed and eaten by cannibals of tbe Admiralty Islands In the South Sea The cannibals were captured and shot A movement has been started by former students of Prof Wayland Alexander of Oweosboro to erect a band some borne for the noted educator in his declining years Henry A Hyde and Henry Olmond were held In bonds of 850000 and 120 000 respectively by a Federal commissioner at San Francisco to answer to charges of complicity In public land frauds Tbe annual report of Insurance Commissioner Henry R Prewltt shows that 116 lire Insurance companies are now doing business In this State The risks written In the State from tbe time the last report was made amount to 1237 110680 and tbe losses paid during that time 11837635 50 At Greensburg a shocking tragedy occUred at the home of T B Smltb Gorilla Smith aged about 10 years took a shotgun to try and shoot crows but as be was leaving tbo promises tbe weapon was accidentally discharged his mother receiving the contents in the tide of the bead She was killed Instantly GOING TO THE FAIR Marie Is raisin chickens And Bill Is sawln wood A savin up tbelr pennies As prudent people should Of fathers pension money Hoe putting by a share Cause every one It countln On Role to tbe fair Nance aint a buyln candy The way she used to do An Joe has given up smokln- Ho hardly takes a chew An mas last winter bonnet This season she will wear Theyre all a savin money To spend It at the fair That show down in St Louis Will be a grand affair An every person figgers That somehow hell got there So each has got a stockln To save his little hoard For It will take some money To pay the fare and board So Pete Is spllttlo fence rails An1 Tom Is cuttln1 Ice An Sallys quit her music Toput aside tbe price An Uncle Ed lets meekly Aunt Susie out his hair For every ono Is countln On golo to the fair One of tbe greatest blessings a modest man coo wish for Is a good reliable set of bowels If you are not the happy pose icisor of such an outfit you can greatly Improve the efficiency of those you have CbamberlaloI For sale by W N Craig HUSTONVILLE A few desirable town lots for sale by W R Williams There Is a good opening here for a livery hoslness and those Interested will do well to Investigate the matter Cowan MoCormack are gelling tbo lions share of tbe wool crop In this vI olnity and prices are still maintained to the satisfaction of tbe grower The Hustonvllle ball team again de tented tbe D d D team here Saturday by one score The game was a hot one from start to finish and enjoyed by a fair crowd despite the cold wind George D Weatberford has contract ed with Stone Allman for the brickwork oo hit new hotel which when completed will surpass anything of the kind In the county Chief Architect Boyle of Louisville completed tbe de sign and will personally superintend the building until completed Newton Bros have bought of Mrs Josie Johnston her life interest In tbe lot adjoining the Newton property for 1300 This Insures the building of a splendid brick hotel OD the corner by Newton Bros to bo called the New tonian Contracts for building have been let to Campbellsvllle parties C W Adams has bought a fine qual Ity of hydraulic pressed brick for bis new bullying and Stone S Allman of Richmond have tbe contract Work will begin Ibis week and pushed to an early completion This will be one of tbo handsomest buildings to adorn tbe central part of our oily A metal front will be another attractive feature to this building Elbert Harper of Salisbury N C Is at home this week getting a car load of good sale horses Thomas Peacock and family of Kldds Store passed through here Saturday en route to Burnslde to fish a week From there he will go to Montlcello and open a ree taurant H R Camnltz bas gone to Liberty to assist In work on tbe Ca say County News Jess and Will Wi eer of Louisville are with the famllyof W S VanArsdale W S Huffman Is at home from Curleyt distillery Mrs W J Debaun and daughter Miss Do ra of Pflrryvllle aro visiting Rev G W Mills and wif- eResolutions of Respect We the trustees of the Stanford Graded Common School recognize that by the death of our associate Trustee Col W G Welch we have been de prived of a wise and prudent counsel lor tbe school of a generous Impartial unselfish promoter and the whole com munity of a brave cultured man of un usual mental endowment Be it therefore resolved that this testimonial be spread upon tbe True tees record book as a memorial of our appreciation of his services to the school and of our respect for and con fidence In him W B OBannoo president J N Saunders secretary H J McRoberts B F Rout G L Penny Cured His Mother of Rheumatism My mother has been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism says Wit Howard of Husband Pa At times she was unable to move at all wills stall times walking was painful I pre seated her with a bottle Chamberlains Pain Balm after a few applications she said it was the moat wonderful pain re liever she had ever tried in fact she ia never without it now and is at all times able to walk An occasional application of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that the was formerly troubled with For sale by W N Craig S AUOUT PORT DALNY Port Dalny Is a new town Tbe edict for its construction was Issued by the Russian Emperor July 30 1809 It Is on Talien wan Bay There Is a deep water bar bor free from ice and ships drawing 30 feet of water can enter at low tide It Is said that more than 80000000 has been expended on tho harbor system Port Dalny Is 20 miles from Port Ar thur and passed under lease from the Chinese government to the government of Russia six years ago The purpose of tbe Russians bas been to make It tbe commercial center of Its eastern do minions Unless the agreement slips a cog Mayor Ttiomas A Combs will be the next State central committeeman for this district and Albert Thomson of Bourbon executive committeeman Trimble agreed not to be a candidate for Congress again andltwo years from now Hon W P Kimball will be nomi nated Fayette isnt faring so badly at she might Lexington Democrat A train on tbe Great Western rail road beat all records for tbe convey ance of American mall between Ply mouth and London covering the die tance of 217 miles In 237 minutes The last 118 mlles was mado In 00 minutes Mrs EmHia Pearce Downton it dead la Danville t Clothing for Mel I Satisfaction in every garment Style Make and Finish are the best to be had Come in and let us show you how they are tailoredand how they fit The style you can see for yourself 1O to 25 esrassae TI o miLLER Danville Ky THE GLOBE VEHICLES I s rsssa osessso If you need a New Turnout this Spring some thing service able in the way 6- fPhaetons Runabouts Buck boards Buggies Carriages or Carts both Steel or Rubber Tire See our Stock You cant beat ua in either price style or quality Our Buggy HARNESS is nil good as you can buy for the money Big stock on hand Come and see us Higgins MKinne y STANFORD KENTUCKY i To Close Out Our Business Our Large Stock of Monuments Markers And Headstones r The Greatest Opportunity ever Offered in Lexington II This work is of the best grades in Marble and Granite and of new and artistic designs Call at once and make a selection if you are in needof any kind of Cem etery Work It will be lettered in the best style and delivered and set up in the Lex ington or other Cemeteries or delivered securely packed on the cars TUB Lexington monument CG 5 10 West Main Street LEXINGTON KY Some Hoss Sense Reasons whya tin root not n sheet iron is the beat roofmade 1st It will last three times as long as the best shingle and will cost very little more 2nd It will conduct lightning as good a9 any lightniug 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 insure ance enough to pay the difference between it and a cheap roof See S II Aldridge the tinner and plumber that does the work Phone No 116 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky GO TO W B McRoberts FOR IILAN DRETHS GARDEN SEED t11STANFORDM jlGARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS yvy It s tjt4 s IHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HARVEY HELM Of SunlorJ Is a candkltle for Congress In this the Eighth district wt4ee M the acton of the dtrao talk party HON D L MOORE- of Mercer eeuntyIsaundldateforConeressln Sllb thl Eighth Ilstrk to jet to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port Is earnestly solicited G G GILBERT- Of Shelby to a canJUate for Congress subject to Uw actipn of the dtntocratK party R C WARRE- NIs ouiJkUtt for judge of the Lincoln coenty court subject to the acton of the Jtmocratte patty THOMAS D NEWALND SRr Is candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject II tt s action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD ll a caoaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject I the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR ll a candidate for Sheriff of Llnorin county subject lo the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to ft action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to Poe action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS b a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the iMiocratlc party W I HERRIN It a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the ISBOCntIC party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of PuNic Schools of Lincoln County subject to of the demo 9 use party MISS KATE BOGLE- Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to action of the democ- ratIC party JAMES D ANDERSON- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub tact to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is acandldate for Assessor of Lincoln county r tub jest to the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject io 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 EDITOR ALBRIGHT of the Mt Ver DOD Signal refuses to say that be will support W R Hearst if be li nominat ed by tbe democrats for president The cuppoaltlon then IB that be will not do BO Tbat Mr Albright may be beld In line It seems necessary some otbergood democrat rather than Mr Hearst be made tbe standard bearer and the demo ocrata In convention at St Louis should bear this In mind WREN preachers abuse sod curse each other and are only prevented from killing by bad marksmanship It Is time for us lay members to take to the woods Tbe encounter between Revs Cranfill and Hayden on a Texas train as they were going to the general as sembly of tbe church was one of the moot disgraceful episodes that has beep recorded la many a day MR WATTEHSONS antiHearst edl torial In Saturdays CourierJournal lea bitter and bad one Certainly the great editor has a personal grievance gainst Mr Hearst and that caused him to Indite tbe unkind things about the splendid New York democrat The good of the party did not prompt him to do it to say the lean of It EDITOR W REDD EMBRY of the Danville News is a candidate for Rep resentative of Boyle We are for the spleudld young democrat POLITICAL The Ohio State republican convention will meet at Columbus O Tbe old Hauna organization will be In con trol Republicans of tbe Cleveland 0 district nominated Theodore E Burton for reelection to Congress by acolama tlon Mayor Harrison of Chicago bar an nounced tbat Hearst and Hopkins can have tbe Illinois democratic convention to themselves and that he would not eyeD attend Tbe seating capacity of the Coliseum for the democratic national convention at St LouUJbaa been fixed at 10810 which Includes alternates representa tives of the press invited guests 0111 elate of the conventioft and the general public who will be add by ticket h At tbe democratlo State convention at Indianapolis tbe delegates were Instructed for Alton B Parker for the presidential nomination and tbe unl rule was prescribed to govern them Tbe man who honors his father at the expense of his own ambition Is made of tbe true stuff Senator Campbell Cantrlll deserves to reap the ful reward promised In holy writ to those who honor their parents and attain all the future honors he may seekLex lnetonDemocrat Tbe Washington Post prints an authorized statement from William R Hearst lnwhlcb be says ha will sup port tbe nominee of the St Louis cot vention unequivocally whoever be maybe He ridicules the story that he andBrvan are planning a bolt and will form a new party Senator Blackburn hopes to be able to leave Washington for Kentucky the last of this week In an interview he said hei thought the danger of tho QearstJnjovemcDt had been overestimated for It was Impossible for him to believe that the cemocrats of Ken tucky canbo brought to tbe support of Hearst Hearst 8 workers In Kentucky are planning to circumvent the rule passed by the State executive committee requiring tbe recognition In the State conventlonof prima facto credentials by trying to buy count chairmen and thus secure delegations Allto Young has been In close conference with John Wballen In Louisville Congressman South Trimble of Frankfortwat frenomlnated by the democratsoftbe Seventh district In conventlonlat Lexington 290 ballots being taken Finding tbat Mr Trim ble hadjmado up hismlnd to nominate Claude M Thomas of Bourbon countyI it be himself could not win several of the other candidates agreed to nomlI oats Mr Trimble after be bad signed a letter to tbe effect that he would not again be a candidate after Mr Trim blee friends of the Owen county dele Ration bad signed an agreement to help Lexington name the State central committeeman for the Seventh district in the coming State convention and agreed alto to vote for the State exec utive committeeman recommended by Senator J Campbell Cantrlll and after tbe Owen and Franklin delegations had agreed verbally to support Senator Cantrllls lather Judge James E Can trill In his race for judge of the court of appeals Ron J Campbell Cantrlll was nominated on tbe 289th ballot but be declined to accept for harmonys sake CHURCH MATTERS The annual convention of the North era Baptists Is In session in Cleveland Tbe Southern Presbyterian General Assembly will convene In Mobile ThursdayRev A Sumrell has resigned as pastor of the Baptist church at Dan villa Be will go to Shreveport La Joshua Levering of Baltimore was reelected president of the Board of Trustees of tbe Southern Baptist Theo logical Seminary at a meeting In Nash yUle Rev J B Cranfleld shot twice at Rev S L Hayden In a Pullman sleeper at Texarkana Texas Both were en route to tbe Southern Baptist con vention Rev 0 M Huey preached the Ban calaureate sermon to the students of Wllllameburg College Sunday His discourse Is said to have been a most able one A protracted meeting will be begun at tbe Christian church on Sunday May 22 Rev Cbllders will be assisted by Rev F M Tinder of Lancaster Mlddlesboro News At the Baptist convention In session at Nashville 1152000 was raised for the Baptist Theological Seminary In Lou IsvlHe Mr M J Farris of Danville Rave 11000 of the amount To every member of the Turnerevllle church Bro Bussabarger desires to meet you at the church on the after noon of May 21st hours two till five oclock Light refreshments will be served COMMITTEE The Methodist General Conference retired from active church work six bishops They are Edward G Andrews New York John M Weldon Cincin nati John H Vincent Zurich Switzerland Willard F Mallalleu Boston Cyrus D Foss of Philadelphia and Stephen M Merrill who requested to retiredTbe or cooperation between the Southern Baptist convention and the National Negro Baptist convention for tbe betterment of tbe Negros con Litton In the South calls for an equal appropriation by each convention tbe adjustment of conditions to suit coop ration being left to the Negro conven tloD Such a row been raised over the Invitation of Fugitive Taylor to daily er tbe G A R memorial day address at Kokomo Ind Ind that the Invita ton may be canceled The Japanese It Is expected will mako a combined land and sea attack on Port Arthur between May 20 and May 23 In Larue county Wallace Skaggs was shot and killed by his wife who made no confession for 12 hours Chester Dare tbe noted saddle stal lion died suddenly of Indigestion In Shelby county Capt Boston Dilllon an aged and wellknown Lancaster citizen Is dead The MATRIMONIALI Miss Arle T Dorsoy of Flomlngsburg and Mr Charles Wright of Lexington Tbe wedding will take place In Flaw ingsburg Juno 2 A vet pretty homo wedding was solemnized at tbo residence of Rev Joseph Hopper at Perryvllle whet Prof S S Robinson and Miss Molllo Woods wero united In marriage Rev W W Bruce officiated Mr and Mrs Richard Bibb announce tbe engagement of their daughter Mary Guerrant Bibb to Mr Cllylous Ransom of BeDjamlnuI The wedding will take at the home of the bride Turncrsvlllc Mr and Mrs 0 T Wallace announce I tho engagement of tbelr daughter Miss Jane Gregg to Dr Calvin Grier Todd of Belton S O Tbo marriage will take place at tbo home of the brides parents In tho early part of June Lancaster Record I A St Louis dispatch says It has juit become known that E L Wontz the young Philadelphia millionaire whose body was found near Big Stone Gap I Var after a disappearance of some months was engaged fo be married to Mica Cornelia Brokmlre a daughter of Mrs James H Brokmlre of this earll1Millloft about 1100000 by the wlllof Weotx I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Lemuel W Falrcloth has been appointed postmaster at Ed Casey coun ty Lewis Moore has been appointed postmaster at Youngs Creek Whitley countyThe Marlon county grand jury condemned the Lebanon courthouse and pronounced It unsafe Mrs Sarah Rollins Burnam the vent erable mother of Chief Justice Bur earn Is dead at Richmond Matt Carroll was convicted and sea ienced to life Imprisonment for killing Squire Blgby in Bellcounty Edgar Ball who was charged with killing Young Moore of Wllllamsburg In a saloon at Wllllamsburg was given 21 yearsCentral University defeated Miami University of Oxford 0 In a greats game of base ball at Danville Saturday by a score of 2 to 1 Ten Innings were playedRev Oliver M Brown a well known colorcdMetbodlst preacher of Dan ville was landed in jail on three charg es of obtaining mosey under false pre tenses from Mary Moore A girl baby born to Mr and Mrs W F Smith of Lebanon has tbe distinc Lion of having 10 grandparents living who are Mr and Mrs Porter Smith sod Mr and Mrs Matt Isaacs grandparents and Mr and Mrs B F Smith Mr and Mrs W W Myers Mrs Jas Myers and Mrs Martha Isaacs great grandparents Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the EggiFeathersCall at NOKTOCOTT k CO Stanford Ky LUMBER WANTED I I want to buy tares spokes heading lumber logs etc Will pay highest club price at Moreland D H 0 Peyton A S PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Kttoir UeBoUrta Orrl171i11I1l41 GILT EDGE JR Saddle stallion Dark bay i6J bands high has proven himself a breeder of first class saddle horses He was sired by Gilt Edge he by On Time First dam by Dennys Dren non 2nd dam by Omtotts Telegraph bet ter known as the Ballard horse Gilt Edge Jr will make the season of 1004 at my stable one mile from Preach ersville on the Preachersville k Stanford pike at 16 to insure a living colt D M ANDERSON Preachersville Ky EAGLE BIRD Tlo mighty ton of the groat King Eagle Bird as a show stallion has but few Musts lie won the 1500 stake at Lexing ton y defeating some of the greatest horses that Kentucky has ever produced highfinishedare In demand and are selling for high prices either for buMness or breeding purpose Will make the present season at thu stable of his owner two milts west of Stan ford on the Shelby Olt at the low price of 110 to Insure a living colt Parting with the mar forfeit the Insurance JAB 11 WOODS Stanford Ky NABOTH JR Naboth Is a beautiful dark bay with heavy mane and tall with good bone plenty of stylo and finish and has extreme high action and If worked would step as fast ss old Na both his sire Ue Is over IB hands high weighs 1125 pounds and only 6yeanold this May He Is sired by the well known Naboth First dam Messenger Chief Jr 2nd dam by Orlt Davis 3rd dam Thorough bred Naboth will make the season of 1004 ofIwhen colt Is foaled or mare parted with countyforteltsNaboth Is considered by the host horse men to be the best horse In Kentucky to breed to for highclass harness horse See hIm before you breed J It DEAZLKY Stanford NOTICe I I am handling a lot of young horse Have an experienced driver and to do the work M charges are 1111 per mouth hosts also handled on commission L 0 DUNN Mt Salem Ky POSTED Itrlatlyforbidpassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J z Spoonaroore T M H V J 0 Peter Oalmcr W II lIolmMIMm Mary Olvens David James bL White and wife II P Hawkins Mrs Mary Eo Welch It A Lawrence Frank Cordler PItoynoldMorgan I PROSPECT 2087IrmrrtnxtFouled April 39 10M 18 hands high solid boy with white feet behind a model In form with superior styles a show horse second to none either In harness or under saddl- elantuwarSired by Dignity Daro 10SS he bylIIacleDares tie dam LIllie Mont by Wulrhmonu he by William Welch he by Uysdloks Ham blotonlan Prospects dam Dorm Deane 311 by On Time he Stone wall Jackson Sr 2nd dam by Joe Abdullah ho by Abdallah Qlencoe 3rd dam by Funks Sumpter Denmark 4th data by Illnelc Hawk Morgan Sth dam by Oli ver he by Wagoner 6th dam by Imp sees longer Will serve a limited number of mares the present season at TO INSURE A LIVE COLT Itl5due whet colt Is foaled or mare tradno or parted with Mnresgraitd at 82 per month al bills paid before removal of mares notreitwnslblefor accidents or escapes I Eo P OAIIPFNTEK Moreland Ivy KENTUCKYS ARTISTN- o im IV A S II R This premium nJJIe and harness stallion will make the present season at Lofin Hursl Kara furmiles from DnlII and itx from StanforJ Kentucky ArtUt Is a beautiful chestnut S wean perfretKentuCky AtM was sired ty Artist Montrose Not I winner of the great sweepstakes prtie at the Worlds Fair he by Artist No H he by Klor Wu Ham 6t he by Washington Denmark 64 bv Gabies Denmark 6t Artttt Montrose tit dam holey tv byItaldAitlst tt Jam Lucy Ne jo by Druchers Dren tonfaKentuckysArtist tit dam JuHa Thomas by Pat I Denmark be by Simpler Denmark sal dan Lucy Thomas by Nero he by- VompeonaMoepaatt4dint Ccojtr by Patricks Corner 4th JVey by Dames Whlrof Howard county Missouri lie by Wackbvrn Whip ef Kentucky Kentuckys Artttt has shewn against and defeated all the great stallions In Kentucky and Ulttowl laser them sucti horse tithe 1000 Montroaery Chief owned by Slat Urge tilt treat sad noted show horse Preston owned by Pal Delis Kenhickys Artist Is only S year oW nJ Is re tsr4sd by lttKks Jgas to lie tile soat par- edt gltcd saj4le tallen le the Slat I wet N glad to spew Ides to any sae at sty suWe and htvtte breeders of Bee horses to com and see Kentuckys Artist biter bteedm I wed Mm at he th- or sew lit to inwrea aVtag lilt I dont went you yuntil yow leave gotten valve received A E HUNDLEY GUY L IIUNDlEY KINO EAGLE King Eagle Is IS hands 1 lathes high dark bay all with plenty of lpeeel style and ashen sired by Royal Rlsg1st dam by Eagle Blrdi Sad dam by Red Lion Jrd dam by Harris Denmark be Millers Denmark 4th dam by Jim lIeU thoroughbred NOTE King was sled by the rat-On Tim anti Is a brother to the groat Sil ver and Alllo O the great show mare that sold for 11000 King Eagles 2nd dam Is the dam of Minnie Boyd the great show mare that Mitt Cohen won everywhere with In UBS and sold for f500 King Eagle will make the present season of 1004 at my stable 24 mlies west of Stan ford on the Shelby Oily pike at the low price ofttoto Insure a Urine colt Wilt also stand the great mule jennet Jack Hil ly Keene at 110 for mares and for Jen nets to Insure a living colt Keene was sired by tbe great Tom Keene 1st dam by the Palermo Sad dam by Lev lIubbleIrIDce the sire of Joe Blackburn and Billy Keene stands full 18 mends high black white point and as a breeder he Is unsurjiassed as a mule or rennet Jack His colts will show for them selves Will also let that great young jack Jim Keene serve a few outside marlS at f 10 to Insure colt Mares trade parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits the Insurance and money be comes due at the time of such transaction For further particulars call on or address S T HARUI9 Stanford Ky Phone 72 Ring 3 DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 FULL BROTHER TO ESTELLE 219 14 Sired by ZlkaJI GelJJuit orby UoUdust eta nJ he toy Vermont Morgan DorserIoIJJU1rand dam on sins side was by Stallion Zllcadl Ills dam Is Florence by Gotden Mlngo lblef a son of Gafls Morgan making him Stallion descending from- ustenMorganonboth slJes The best famy of rod horses ever known Dorsey Golddust Is a dark dappled bay full 16 hands and Velghs 1100 pounds a proven and uniform treederof hlghoetass roaJ and tutn horses com blnlng all tn qualities for saddle and harness and are In demand at top prices Doth the champion sadlie and combined galling of the American Horse Shows rs9oaq O Diamonds stands to his credit ro ofhlscolts sol1 last year for Uostoand SISOO was refused for a walktrot mare by him Ills urn ces are offered for less than any horse of his produc ing qualities In Kentucky Will stand at my farm near Stanford at S20 TO INSURE A COLT French Coach Stallion QUASI NO 2127 In French Coach Stud Books of America also In ReruMlque Francalsa Haras Nattonaux No sae6p Winner of first prlia at the National Universal exposition Paris iSjtS competing with over 60 sui- Ilonlln show ring Imported by WII Tkhenor to of Chicago In 1898 biy black points small star 1611 hands high weighs In working order I rounds tflred by the French Government Stallion Franse dam Charmantle by Le Dord and and dam by Revo lution extended pedigree Iramed Quasi has never been beaten In the show ring A sure breeder of veryIndmy colts by him to be seen on my firm jo of his get out of all kinds of mares Quasi will make the season of at my farm a ta miles from Stanford on the Hustonvtllt P1 SItS TO INSURE COLT Money due when colt imps or mare parted with by breeder Alares kept at 6oc Per week on grass no responsibility for accidents or escapes The best of rdlll given and no accidents so far Tom Keene JrWill make the season at same place at Silo Insure a colt ThissackIslmost a counterpart of his ire and should prove a high class mule jack Old Turn keene his sire had no superior and breeds on through his colts Ills ut dam Is by I Cleaver end by Giant ird by West End 4th by Great Western phone ui Danville p REID Address Stanford or Danville SPECIAL BARGAINS Grand Leader this Week I Wneh silk 27 indies wide White Hloik Blur Tim null Pink WTrtk 7flo this week only 13c yard 18inch TnllbtQ nil colors worth b0c tbie week 20c ynrtl 1 Mohair 38 inchw wile greyonly worth Oao cue week only fD ft- ynrtl V 40 much Black Mohair worth SI ono week only 000 yard J 196 Corsets nos styles including straight front and dip hills wdr41ISP- OQial tic LmUea nuiolln utrttarwottr ut greatly retluord prices To akuo tfilllrt ryrfliunining stock of Clothing mill Mans flats ovary garment iimrkoil f rMmt and bolow cost Mcua H2 shoos this week 130 moils 8350 illfMimLi jweaktIOfrsutv BLOCK WATCH Ollt ADS GRAND LEADER M BILe y 8 Co S B IevyI CLIMAX BUGGY PAINT aseaeserasl This paint is suitable fur Buggiuf Carriages and all tinitlnr nuuido painting It wears well and gives a brilliant glossy finish Makee old vehicles look like new ones Wo carry UtU paint in all colons and is rut in Solifealing cant Price 7C cents quart 40c pint nnt c half pint OtIl MOTTO Money returned when gwxU are nut just like we advertise PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford We are Now Showing A beautiful line of Ladies Slip pers manufactured by Kriffendorf Dittmann See our line rE Perkins OrchardKy C R McCormack Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily Hightest Market Price for Country Pro duce iI C R McCormack Hustonville Heaters Get our prices on Heat ers bfore you buy Lamps JOHN BRIGHT PRESTON NO 922 This premium saddle stallion of the world will make the season of 1904 at the table of C Bailey on Old Lancaster Street In Stanford Ky Preston is brown horse ia years old Iji hands high perfect model with great style action Preston was sired by Washington No S4 he by Cromwell No 73 tat dam Belle by Roderick 2nd dam by Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned T Crenshaw of Lexington Kyand Montgomery Chief owned by Why you should breed to Preston Because Ke is the greatest show horse Kentucky ever produced Because he 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 lOjo Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Bros that won more premiums in saddle and combined rings than any three yearold out in 1903 yearling colt sold to C Cravins of Illinois for Ijoo Because he is the only saddle stallion that ever sired team of harness geldings that sold for 5000 Because he won the championship of the Louisville Horse Show in 1003 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky Because he has won more money in the show ring than any other saddle stallion in Kentucky e will be glad to show him to any one at my stable stud invite those wishing to breed to flue saddle stallion to see him before breeding will stand him at 10 the season or 910 to insure living colt J C BXILBY Stanford Ky t Ky f e Crab I p a a a 1 I 2 a J 3 a f 4 5 I a I a Few left from Xmas at very low prices JR CO FOR SALE I UT aero of Undslluatedln Lincoln coun ty Ky on the turnpike road trailing from Stanford to Ilustonvllle a miles from the neighborhood falling springs and running streams on aims and known aithe John S Murphy farm All of said farm In grass about 30 acres Alacresln growing wheat which looks well Timothy and clover All under good fence and pood Improvements Anyone desiring to purchase a good farm will do well to see me or write me before purchasing ago W CARTER Turnersvllle Ky CLEANING HOUSE I You may need new carpets matting oil cloth rugs shade lace tacks curtain poles pictures frames screen paue partolst doors glace tableI chair safes wardrobe coucbe dressers wahstands bode springs mattresses chamber ulls water sets lamp clilffon len folding bed washing machine wring era wall carpet trunk tele cope carriage house paint curtain stretchers carpet itretcber etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY EVERYIODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my ills I feol confident In saying I represent one of tho best tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures and dlrectons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons In this line will bear me out My prices are tbe same M Inex perienced men who are In tbe business I also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other aultlngb I will cut and make if you desire at a moderate price Thank lug you for past favors I am yours H C RUPLEY the Tailor r rJT 1 3 1CentsFiyosc usually sold nt Cc r 7 12 Cents Wh anti onehalf cent for good assortment ot Zephyr Gingham I 7 Cents Woven cents for cliolco of lot of lawns thut sold from iOc to lOc 15 Cents Fifteen cunts for Madind and Fancy Swisses that sold at Sfic 813 Cents I 44 j iibrdIII1 Onothird cents yiml for Ilonip Carpet 33 inchos wide 19 Cents I Nineteen Cents fur choice of a big lot of China and Japanese Matting xogblar 2Cc quality r Carson Room THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 17 1001 u IDoyou need anything In the way of- BIcycle repair U so you will find lido and outtldo tires spokes rim and patching cement pumps wrenches etc at loony Drug Storo PERSONALS JC LYNN la In Cincinnati on boil ness JOHN H SHANKS went to Lexington yesterday MR W G WITHERS II here from Mlddletboro REV R B MAHONY was at Brod bead Friday Slav A J PIKE of Brodhead was hero yesterday Miss FRANCIS AUSTIN It assisting In the Grand Leader Miss POLLY DUANE TRAYLOR Is with Danvlllo trloads Miss KATIE MBRSHON of Somerset It with her sisters hero L RICHARD WILLIAMS la visiting bit grandparent ai Mb Vornon 0 MR J 8 HOCICER went up to Mid dletboro yesterday on business MlSSARETUUSA MCALISTBR went to Jelllco Saturday to vista friends MllS J H Swore returned Friday from a visit to relatives In Louisville MISS ILA HOLDAM of Crab Orchard was much worse yesterday afternoon MRS Josnrn COFKBY Is with her titter Mrs W R DUllon at London Miss MAMYE BALL of Lancaster the guest of her cousin Miss Hattie MARY RAQLAND MCCLURE of Winchester Is with Miss Anne Hart well Shanks M USD MBS W W BURQIN and Levi Bider of Richmond are visiting their parents at Crab Orchard OUR old friend Mr T J Hatcher of Lancaster bad the misfortune to be bitten by a mad dog the other day MR W A BEAZLBY and Dr W S Beasley wife and too of Lancaster spent Sunday at Mr W W Hays i MR J W NORTH guard at tho Frankfort penitentiary spent several days with bit parents In the West End Miss ANGIE HOLLAS who has been visiting Ire Lucy Moblev at Mt Sa lam returned to her home at Somerset JEAN AND MARY SIIELIIY of Arcadia Lincoln county aretpendlng a tow days In town with frlondlLex t Inglon Democrat ROIIERT McKECHNIE who la work log for the Prudential Insurance Co la Lexington apent a fow days with his father Mr Jame McKechnlo MISS MiNNIEDINWIDDIEoI Button vllle WI hero Saturday to men her i titter Mitt Mattlo Dlnwlddle who was returning from a visit to Knoxvlllo friends DR R M NUNNELLEY and wife of Winchester Mrs Oscar Harrison ot Loultvllle and Cot D W Trlbblo of Madison have been guests at Mr P P NunnelleyY MRS JULIA AURAMS and Mitt Myr tie Abrams left Friday for Flemings burg to make that placo tbolr home for a while Much regret Is expressed at their leaving Stanford DR LAFON CARPENTER has moved from Nashville to Lana 3 C to prao tlce medicine Dr Carpenter was reared In the West End of this county mod It a fine young man MIRSKS Clog BAUQHMAN and Sue Taylor Eogleman of this place aro among the graduates of Campbell Ha Berman College Tho commencement exercises will bo held May 20th MR W H SHANKS dropped a knife the other day andoa one of his feet the keen blade severed an artery He now has to use crutches but his friends hope ho will not have to do ao long MR JAMES W GUEST of Crab 0 r chard Is In Louisville to see the races Mr Guest Is a retired turfman and formerly owned one of the most sue cessful strings In the country Includ log Terra Cotta and Judge Morrow Courier Journal TUB prlzo of liD offered by the Herald for thee best essay on the future of Lexington by a pupil of the city school was awarded to Mlas Denton James Lexington Democrat Miss James la a niece of Mr W H Wearen of the First National Bank LOOALSI SUMMER lap dusters at J 0 McCla rya THE unlitIcbool will bo sold on tho premise at 31 M tomorrow CALL and see thebest rldla cultiva tor on earth TboTlcor at Hlecloi k Mol IDoey TUB State Board of Equalization rate ed Lincoln county six per coot on reel estate and personal property and eight per cent on town low TUB Casey County Nowi says that Mn Mettle McRoberu will likely resign si postmaster at Liberty The work la too bard for her A NECJRO boy named Tom Green got goods at several stores In town on Rev It D Mahooyi account At hit trial be was released on the pledge to sin no more WE have a line of easy aelllne goods for which wo desire a Rood live agent In this locality Wrlto quick before some one else gets the territory Peo pies MIll Co 410411 Buhl Blk De troit Mich A IIBADON colllalon of freights oc curred on the Q k C near Danville Friday morning Both engines wore badly damaged and the trains were wrecked considerably but strange to say nobody was hurt A GENTLEMAN who saw tbo Ideal Bntertalnera out West told us Satur day that tbelr entertainment la a first class one and la worth double the price of admission charged See them at Walton Opera Bouie next Friday and Saturday evenings I REVIVAL Ilev A A Nllea a noted Baptist evangelist will begin a 16day revival at Crab Orchard Juno 1 Do will ta assisted by Revs J A Sawyer J B Kendall and Andrew Johnson The singing will be In charge of H C Maltland a fine chorister- ECAMiNATiON9Supt G Singleton tells ua that examinations for white teaobere will be held on the third Friday and Saturdays In May June July and August Examinations for colored teaches will be held on tho fourth Fridays and Saturdays of those months NOTICE The belra of Mils Eliza both CrutchQeld deceaed have decld ed that her farm on Hawkins Branch shall bo sold privately The place muss be sold by June lat If you want It now II the time to put In your bid For further particulars address or see L R Hughes Stanford Ky- THEcommencemment exorclaca of the Stanford public school colored was well attended Friday night and the en tertainment given by the pupil was exceedingly creditable Miss Lula Belle Hayden the only graduate read an Interesting and roll prepared essay on Is this the End 1 The drllla and aonga were splendid Dr Tardlf the principal doeint do things by halve and when ho goe In to give a ahow ho ghee a good one His wife ably assisted blm In the management of the en tertainment PROPOSED RURAL ROUTES Ar rangementa aro being made for tbo ee establishment of a rural route from Stanford down the Danville pike to the Shelby City pike up that plko to Shel by City and thence back to Stanford via the Knob Lick pike Another route la to Walnut Flat thence the dirt road by the Pennlngion place connecting with the Stanford and Ottonhelm pike thence that plko to tho Somerset pike acd thence to Stanford Tho distance of each route la about 25 ipllea and It la very probable that both will ba In op oration by the last of July See postmaster Florence If you would like to have the lob ot cerrylngmalloycr those routes A third route to Jumbo la talk ed of TUB town was crowded Saturday the county meeting drawing people hero from the four quarters of Lincoln The business exercises were held at the Christian church where also an Interesting program of talks song and prayer was carried out The dinner was served In the atororoom In the INTERIOR JOURNAL building end It was a royal one Indeed Fully 000 peo pie ate of the fat of the land and there was left enough for hundreds more The good women of the Christian churches of Lincoln county aro descry tog of great congratulation on tbelr auccessful efforts to please tho Inner man This office wan remembered with a box of good things for which the en tire force la thankful Bargains in The East I oom S We have put on the Bargain Ta ble some splendid values to close Read the following prices SEVERA1fCE SONTWO STORES FKKSH car lime at Higgins Mc Kinney BUY the Model Steel Range of S P Gray Stanford COW acedandmillet at Blgglna k McKlnney PROP T E CLE LAMNu announc ed as a candidate for superintendent of public schools of Doyle JOHN CURISTMAN Boldto L B1 Hughes for 1900 his house and seven acres of land on the Knob Lick plkt one mile from town FOR SALE One good delivery wag on horse and harness Will be sold oneap If taken Immediately Call on S P Gray Stanford REMOVAL Dr R Jones has re moved hit dental office to the parlor of the Myers House directly across the street from his old oOlce YOUR lecalled the ad of B W Leigh the Kldda Store mer chant Ha has a One stock of general merchandise and Is giving bargains in all lines CIRCUIT COURT etMt Ver non next Monday The INTERIORJOUR NAL representative will be there and hopes to see the I Js many patrons In Iloekcastle county TUB Ideal Entertainers come highly recommended and a big audience will doubtless greet them at Walton Ope ra House Friday and Saturday evenings next 30 and 21 The admission prices are 16c for children and 26o for adults No extra charge for reserved seats JUDGE J P BAILEY baa been notl fled by the State Board of Equalization that Juno 10th has been sot to bear complaints from Lincoln county In regard to tbo raising of Ua assessment The judge la yet undecided astowhoth er or not ho will send any one to Frank fort to make a protest WllILB crossings 10foot bridge on the Bradfordavllle pike below Hue tonvllle yesterday Misses Ada and Carrie Cunningham were backed oft of Kby the unruly horse they were driv lag demolishing the buggy but tbo young ladles escaped with only a fow alight bruises we are glad to state DECIDED AGAINST TIII BANK Judge JAI P Bailey decided Saturday the case of L R Hughes auditors agent va Huttonyllle National flank that the surplus and undivided profits of that Institution were subject to tax Toe case of the First National Bank of this place will be board next Saturday The former ease will bo appealed CATALOGUE Dr Oscar B Fallls who has been elected president ol the Stanford Male and Female Seminary was here wltbhla wife and daughter Saturday and left with this office an order for catalogues for oil school Dr Fallls has been very successful with his college at Huatoovlllo and his pros poets for a good school hero are excellent NEW SAW MILLJelle Taylor and J G Atklni have put In a saw mill at Lludderari mill and are sawing some heavy timber In squaring tf twofoot log tbo other day the saw struck a piece of Iron In the center of tha log which counting the yearly growth of the log bad been In the tree over 40 years and must have been driven In when the tree was a sapling RUNAWAY While driving Sunday night the horse driven by Mr J C Smith became frightened In front of Mr J C Baileys residence on Lan castor street and threw Mr Smith from his buggy painfully hurting him The horse ran down that street at a breakneck speed and ran nearly to Rowland but fortunately did no dam ago to the buggy Mr Smith was ta brotherInlawMr LINCOLNS TIME Thechairmen of the four counties composing this Sena tonal district at the request of the can didates met at Danville yesterday and after several hours deliberation decid ed that It is Lincoln time to furnish the nominee for State Senator The vote stood two for Lincoln and two for Boyle and Mr A D Leave of Gar rard who was called In to decide vot ed for Lincoln Thla county has two candidates for the honor Messrs R L Hubble andM F Elkln TUB wife of James Stark colored died of consumption yesterday REV R B MAUONY was elected to succeed Col W G Welb deceased as trustee of the Graded School TUB members of oldHop club are requested to meet at H J McRob eels store next Friday night at 730 oclock Important business No extra charge for reserved seats during the Ideal Entertainers engage merit at Waltons Opera House Friday and Saturday evenings next Adults will be charged 25c and children only 15c Dont fall to attend B W Leigh Kldds Store Ky Has a complete stock of Dry Goods Ladles Dress Goods Waists Goodi Shoes Ready made Clothing Mens and Childrens Suite and a brand new stock of Furniture ot all kinds Call and see him nis goods are now and clean and hie prices are Highest market price paid for country pro duce NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP Having rented tho Wm DauRherty black smith IDOl on west main street I am pre pared to do all kinds ot blacksmith and wood work I have an experienced work man In charge Work guaranteed Give me stall will also kvenon land all the time a tot or lumber of al kinds DARER WALLS Dr OS Williams DENTIST All work guaranteed and reasonable Hustonvillo Kentucky Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky SAM BAUGHMAN This wellknown jack will make the teaion of 1004 at my farm tbo Klenncr place near Turnerivllle at eight dollars to Insure ally leg colt Ha is close to 10 bands Is black with mealy points and l a sure foul getter n F CAIN TurneriTllle Ky FOR SALE Ilf licence with S rooms hall and porches clsl rn servant room coal house hen house table and bDJlIt shed with 5K acree of land oa Danville street 31 of a mile from court house jut outside of town limits and wlthlu 400 yards of graded school For information II J MRODERTS Stanford Ky Messenger Denmark I Dy Cotton Messenger Chief he Old Messenger Chief Pam by Arch Walker Pat Denmark Will stand at 13 to Insure a liv ing colt JIM PORTER Bovenyoarold Jackt hands high proven breeder and a splendid Individual known as the SliM Anderson jack Will stand at seven dollars to Insure a living colt Doth will make the season on Silas Andersons farm Mares traded or moved out of the countywithout notifying mo makes money due he for accidents W M SPIUNKLESnowland HUMMER JR Day stallion 15 34 hands a good individual with abundant speed He is by Hummer 6112 sire of Bouncer 209 Stately 21x1 Spalpeen Yt244 Quickly x 144 213 Speedon Z19J4 15 in 230 Hummer 6iu is a son of the renowned Electioneer andsave one is the only son of Electioneer living that is out of a George Wilkes mare and with the exception of Arion Is the only son standing in Kentucky that has a 209 performer to his credit Hummer Jrs dam is Zulma by the great Lord Russell dam Godiva by Auditor 773 Will stand at 9io to insure a living co- ltHAPSBURG 509 ifii hands high By Gloseter 20 im ported1st dam Jolly by Wonderful Boy 534 Preserves 822 First dam by Trinket 5 Imp by County King no 2d dam by Champion of England 566 3d dam by Barnaby 670 fIb dam by Grand Turk 138 Hapsburg is a pure bred Cleveland bay English Coach Horse weighs 1275 pounds drives well gentle and kind and high action minutescoach horse to breed on Standard hired mares for getting style speed and action should see this horse stand at 810 to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid jack at 8to Mares grazed at 2 per which in all cases must be paid before theyare removed Care taken to prevent but not responsible should occur J K BAUCHMAN Hustonville 100Ono Dollar for n low shoo for ladies sizos 3 to 8 5 Cents Fivo touts for nil sio checks in Apron Gingham 150t8150 for any of a big lot of Oxfords and Strap slippers thejZeigler make worth 82 to 8250 150 8160 for Mens Balbriggnn or Congress Shoos that sold tor 82 50 Cents Fifty cents fur u mans handsome shirt 39 Cents Thirtynine cents for n Batiste Corset worth SOc Leader Room 1 ISTRAW HATS THEY LOOK COOL THEY ARE COOL The styles we show will please you Yacht shapes for the dressy young v fellows Negligee shapes for the most comfort Many stylus for little folks Cummins s McGlary a l DIXIE Shetland pony make the season at my place toytona VIm at to Insure a living lIe Is about 12 hands a beautiful spotted pony a Individual U 0 Turnersvllle J CRITERION On a moans a great deal to the wearer Its the shoul ders of a coat the close fitting collar the perfcgtlyI built shaperetaining front i that makes the wearer Look and Feel Well Dressed- If you will wear a Criterion suit you be satisfied What more do you want Y Prices 750 1750 HI JI MROBERTS Stanford Ky TRY ONE OF THESE I Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For Clean and Easy Shave cant afford not to use a CLAUSS RAZORij GEORCE H FARRIS a CO Stanford Kentucky I Dr Gussie M Phillips OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH HOTEL STANFORD KY TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY 9A M to 1 P lItill chronic diseases treated Gynecology and Nervous Diseases a Specialty The fine will present near le colt high and perfect NUNNKLtEY Ky coat will to you Wave your coltscu trated by T F GROSS Preach l ersville Ky the wellknown castrator of horses and horse doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Try himJ r 0 4THE INTERIOR JOURNAL JEn Bred n the pottoffice at Stanford at JtlQndclou mat- ter8tbunhaTuayo taaa iz1cSav 1 PER YEAR CASH st Whsn Not opsld 300 will bschsnsd KNIXVILLEDIYIIION SI Tnln ping North lU p m 2eO a osa 2tIIo II It 1217am Z3It tow12SSpm BOB QUIS 66749 A300- I will stand the above splendid Jersey bull at my place near water at 1160 IB advance Return privileges permitted j B OAMKNISOH Stanford Ky J H IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Gall on ni on Depot Street Alio Dealers In Goal Ptrtabls Engine and Saw Mill For Salt Will sell privately Will also sell a 15 borne power engine boiler All In good repair sell at a bargain to closo up tnslnosi Will take part In lumber POWELL S SWEIHSV Stanford Ky Datl TrajlarDEALER IN Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc Carpenter House close to Depot STANFORD KYI Prompt ant pollU attention Nothing but the fces to drink Mill phone er telegraph orders receive prompt attention FOR SALE Ten acres of land a two Story front seven room cottage The house Is new A ePlen did garden orchard There Is a large mill on the a good crusher and the dam Is In good repair and the natural power h great economy In running tho mill a splendid business Is In good has all necessat y outbuildings- The owneraonly reason for selling Is the rush of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This property Is on the Hanging Fork about miles tram Stanford can be bought at a For further particulars IO Thurmond Lytle or L II nuoitaa Stanford Ir LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to see us We nave a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleated to show anyone what we have It you desire to sell It In our hands Office at BoOnes Livery Stable Stanford Ky I R B Mahony f Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties of f ncoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against Kire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLlne Companies represented and the low est possible rates are guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanfordr Kentucky I LIVERTROUBLES IflndThedfordsBlackDranihl spentleawtthdoctora CAUOLIYEtIAIITIN If your liver does not act nlarly go to your and secure a of Thedfords BlackDraught and take a dose constipatebowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Draughtwillpurities and strengthen the kidneys A torpid invites andfeverness and contagion Weak kid neys in Bright s disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent JDraughthouse DlackDraughtplaints and found to excel IVWILLIAM COPFMAN Mar blehead III THEDFORDS BLACK DRAUGnr I Men Who Can Sell Grain or Tobacco Can Sell Life Insurance and MAKE MORE MONEY Only tho few buy farm products while everyone tea possible customer for life In surance It will cost you nothing to find out our plan for selling our new forms of invest men Insurance you can find out by writing whether will pay you to It A tours of protculonallnltructlon given free The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Richard A President has Addressers over MILLION DOLLARS ISCOE HINDMAN Manager U 8 Trust Bldg Louisville Ky A tC SALSAMClan 1N1I1NnColorQrKCandltaOM Iharla SALE OF LOT Ths undersigned committee will on the 18th day of May 1804 on the premises toll at public auction the school building and of two acres 1 rood 17 poles belonging the Trustees of Stanford Male and Female Seminary situated on Somerset street In Stanford Ky Terms made known on day of sale w M BBIOHT J B PAXTOX Com THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for tho 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 apaid promptly ED CARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Specialattentioq to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pons In Connection E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford JaL Beazley F Co i Undertakers and- Embalmers uODUIU ra IFarnitareDtattlingsRngsThey kinds of Stock Give themIa call PrlceulghtI STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ McGiMYt UNDERTAKEREMBALM33K And DOllear In HARNESS SADDLmIO Stanford Kyo GEORGE I Ne GILLOCK UpToDato TONSORIALARTIST Huitonvllle Ky Has removed to his new andelegant ly fitted rooms next door West of the P 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business solicited Some Wonders to be Seen at The Worlds Fair Athletic contests all nations and rac es Manufacture of nitrogen from tbo air Whale 02 feet long papermacho castFull size model of United States war ship Edisons personal exhibit of Inven floe Tobacco exhibit covers over half an acreImitation diamond factory in opera tion Butter and cheese exhibit over an acre Wireless telegraph tattoo In operation Tree 800 years old from North Carolina One third nero cotton exhibit feet highHistorical records of Louisiana Tee ritoryFour acres of agricultural Imple ments Special collection of gems and rare metalsModel printing establishment In Ope etattoo Sugar exhibit evary phase cane to caramel Working display of United States ble guns toUnited States map In growing crops i five acres Ancient Mexican city of Mltla roo produced Cafe on balcony In Horticultural creamery In agriculture building One acre conservatory rare flowers and plants Ainu hunters and fUbers Japanese aborigines Projected terminal Improvements in New York United States fisheries building 135 feet square Four miles of Isles In the agricultur al building Model farm exhibit by UnltedStates governmentRevival the Olympic games of an clent Greece Assembly hell seats 1200 In Agricul tural building ITo The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of KentuckypI am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic party Ae circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which bare become a part of the States history and at a most critical time As judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force tho provisions of the new constitution as well as to coo the present constitution whenever controversy arose as to Its proper con struction Almost Innumerable case have burdened tbo dockets of my court touching the right of corporations and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRIIL The following gentle hint to canal dates appears ID the Richmond Regis ter The Register desires to notif certain candidates whose annoucements have been running for some time In It columns and which are as yet unpaid that unless same is settled or at once stringent measures will have to be token for their collection Announce ments are supposed to be paid In ad and It Is not only taking advan age of our courtesy but also unfair to those candidates who squared their ao counts on announcing to defer paving a debt that Is just due and unpaid We are loatb to publicly mention this mat ter but It takes money not wind to run a newspaper so we take this metb od of calling our delinquent candidates to account GOOD SrtarreGoodspltlte dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liver snd all the fine spirits ever made in the Blue Grass State cold not remedy a bad liver or the hundiedand one effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at tho same time Your liver must bola fine condl tion if you would tool buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful in your pursuits You can put your liver In fine condition by using Greens August Flower the greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomachand a certain cure for dyspepsia r indigestion It has been a favorite household remedy for over 35 years Au gust Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c icxular bottles 75c At all druggists Young Kentucky engineers are am bltlous to assist In building the Panama canal and It Is said that a number of Kentucky State Collegesgraduatlng latbImuei Notice of Election- Regular Term Lincoln County Court held PJIIIn matter of the petition for a grad Ifustonville1Kyo held on the nth day of April Igor ape titian signed by Chas Wheeler C W Adams J P Goode Geo D Weather ford J G Weatherford V D Morse T L Carpenter W M Myers NJas Frye S DYowell J A Blain J K Daughman Edward Alcorn and W R Williams was filed in open court before Judge Jas P Bailey judge of said coun ty court asking that a graded common school district be established with boundaries as follows towlt Beginning at and includ ing the residence of J C Neal and all of his farm running from East line of same to mile post 124 on the C S R R near crossing of the Hustonville Danville pike and tho Cincinnati Southern R R running along the Bast line of the right of way of said R R at said crossing with said road South to the crossing cf the driveway leading o Russ Jones now Mc Cormack house including same thence to the residence of John Murphy includ ing him thence with the pike to the R R trestle North end in front of Hall An derson excluding him thence on a line to Bennett Cloyds residence including that thence to the old George Carpenter farm occupied by Willis Routen including him thence to the old George Carpenter resi dence excluding him thence to William Badgetts residence excluding him thence along North line of HaD Lyon farm to crossing of the Hustonville Liberty pike aV4 miles from the college school building in Hustonville thence to the yea idence of James Gastineau including him thence to the crowing of the Brad fonlsvilte pike on the Casey county line thence to residence of C K McClure including him thence to residence of N J Cone including him thence to resi dance of Mr Fort the W H Wright farm including him thence to residence of J C Neal the point of beginning And it appearing to the court that all of the said petitioners are legal voters in residents of and taxpayers in the said proposed Graded Common School District in town of Huttoaville Ky a town of sixth claw of the Huxonvilte Magisterial District No 4 and that the site for the school house to wit Chriitian College lot in the town of Hustonville Lincoln coun ty Ky M certified to be and is not ex ceeding 2 i mites from any portion of the boundary of the proposed district and it further appearing that a majority of th trustees in each of the common xh districts embraced in whole or in part in said proposed graded common school district of the said proposed graded common school district and have endorsed their consent in writing upon the said petition and it further that Garland Singleton superintendent of common schools in Lincoln county has consented in the establishment of the said proposed district and hall endorsed his consent in writing upon the said petition as provid ed by law and this day the wid petition Paagreed with them that the proposed Grad ed Common School district shall le a follows and which is the same in fact that described in the petition on fie het in save as to one line which is made nearer to the site of the schoolhouse towit Beginning at and including the reef dcnce and farm of J C Neal thence run ning from the East line of same to mile post 124 on the Cincinnati Southern Rail way near the crossing of the Hustonville tt Danville turnpike of said said railway thence running to Petersburg schoolhouse excluding it thence with Baker and Jen nings line to east side of said railway at Daters East corner thence with the East line of said railway right of way South to the crossing of the driveway leading to Russ Tones now McOnrmaeks house including it thence to residence of John withsNorth end of trestle on said railway in front of Hall Andersons excluding him thence a straight line to Bennett Cloyd s residence including that farm thence to residence of George Carpenter occupied by Willis Routen including that farm thence to the old Geo Carpenter residence excluding it thence to Wm Badgetts res idence excluding him thence crossing Hustonville CofTeys Mill Turnpike with North line ofEvan Lyon s farm thence from extremity of said North line a straight line to point on Hustonville and Carpenters Creek turnpike 24 miles from Christian College building in Hustonville Kv thence to the farm of James Gastin eau including it thence to the crossing nf the Hustonville and Bradfordsile pike on the Casey county line thence to the farm of C K McClure including it thence to the farm of N Cone includ fog it thence to Samuel Fords farm in cluding it thence ta the beginning at JC Neals and the court being snllloiently ad vised it is now ordered and adjudged that M S Baujjhman be and he is hereby or dered and directed to cause a poll to be opened in the town of TJustonville Ky and an election to be there held on the 2tst day of June 1904 same being more than 40 days after the entry of this order to take the sense of the legal white voters in said proposed graded common school district whether there shall be levied and collected n annial tax of 30 cents on each 81oo of property assessed in said proposed graded school district belonging to white voters and corporations and a poll tax of el on each white male inhabitant over 2t years of age esiding in said proposed graded common school district for the purpose of maintaining a graded common in said proposed graded common school distract and for pur of purchasing or erecting suitable buildings as provided by the common school law The officers of the election will also cause the said legal voters in said proposed graded common school district to vote arsons to be trustees ofsame provide said tax shall be approved by said voters The of ficers of election will make due return of the result of said election at once after same is held Alt Gao n COOPER A copy Clerk Lincoln Co Court First National BankOt Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit link of Stanford In tillthen reorganized as the National flank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganlied as the First National Baik of Stanford In 1112 having had practically an unlnter rnpted existence 43 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than everbefore In IU long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer IwrctloBS Solicited JB Paxton J B Owslty 8 U Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter t B Foster L 0 Oooch W iI Cummins w It Sham Buccessors to The Farmers Rank Trust Company and under same such tontines relations will prove mutually beneficial es J HOOKER Prest S T lUnius V Pros JJ McllOBEUTS Ohr W Ohr F Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J S Mocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney ftl D Elmore n Baugbinan Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble J II Ilauchman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford Ed Oarter Stanford UNOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 1CAPITAL STOCK BOOOO Directors DrllhtR continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping B President a J B OW9LEY Cashier W U HRIOHT Asss Cashier Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper a Ky I Square Offleirs WKAKENAsst Dlnotors IOfftcuSI JonelItheKentuckyC IMADAMS SON Lexington 300 Feet jtwo coats to the gallon thats what THESHERWINWiLUAMS PAINT willcover And on a good surface it will cover more that 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 are what we claim for SWP Its the one sate tnt to use Always gives satisfaction If you want to save money in painting let us skew you the paintings 9YeCRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky 2 DIGNITY + DAFTE1S INo 1982 Vol 5 A S H K Combined Stallion handhighcraney tapering neck well sot In high mounted rhoulder a saddle hone head and ellIon him a model under halter wonderful style In harness a show horse sure When year old wore all honors In his class wherever shown also the blue tie In sweepstake har ness rings at same age When a threeyearold he was shown 14 times and wore 13 blue strings hat never been defeated In fancy harness rings tins always been the victor In stallion stake ring as it breeder when shown with three OR moro of his Rot for size dlstinctUPWdato pY ilittleItlllbgracefulmost In Kentucky He types his colt after himself has never sired a producoyoungestPEDKIUEE 88 he by Black Eagle 74 be byKing William 07 he by Washington Denmark 84 he by Oalnen Denmark Gthe by Denmark F 8 ho by Imported Hedgoford Dignitys first dam Lli nfldleklI1aDlbletonlanmont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welchmontii first dam Pauline by Almont Forest TCHMS Dignity Dure will make tho season of 1004 at my stable Inllustonvllle J at 320 to Insure n living colt when foaled Maros traded or removed forfeit Insurance and money becomes due and must be paid at time of such transaction Mares grazed at 12 50 per month and bills to be paid before removal of mares Grain fed If desired at reason responllbleD 8 OAllPENTEB i