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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL Ii VOL xxxir STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 20 1904 8 A M NO 24 1 WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST J Much talked of for the Demooratlo Nomination for President I PREACHERSVILLE Gut worm are damaging the cqra Tory much during the pool cloudy weatherThe work of killing out tbe tfoxe ROC merrily on D M Andcr coo killed the a few days since i Although gardens were put back by the cool spell nod aro not growing imuch Mrs W U Oumtolni bit tbo fiooit garden ID town A burglar entered J H Tbompioni verylout when be taw Mr Tbomptoo brotbor in law Lcille Harbor coming Mr TbomptOo reports nothing mls leg Our people are taking lets Interest In the coming presidential oimpnlgn than they seem to take In the Russia Japan war Eronuaolatlon of UuMlan Dimes are the greatest dllUonlty with even those whose tongues are loon at both ends Mill Uallle Brown of Sweeney was the guest of Mines Carrie and Mary Tbompion Mn W P Wblto and daughter Mr Jene Traylor of Goin CD were visiting la Somerset Mln pretojtLancasterAn Open Letter From the Uhapln 8 C News Early In the Pprln iny wife and I were taken with diarrhoea ando severe were the paths that we called a physician who pre for but his medicines filled to rjeeribed relief A friend who hid a bob to ChlmberlllD Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand gave each of in a dose and we at oncefelt the effects I procured a bottle and before using the entire contents we wore enllrtlr cured It li a wonderful remedy and should be found In every household 11 0 Bailey editor This remedy ii for sale by IP N Craig It It believed that the whale holds the palm for length of years A rella bly correct computation put the ex treme ago of tbo Urgent fish at 400 years It Is said In India that ole phants have been known to live over I 300 years Certain species of bird ai f tho swan and raven pass tbo 100 year mark camels lometlmc live years horses from 20 to 30 Sheep oxen and dogs have leu vitality It le seldom that a dog lives longer than 16 years Harpers Weekly Haf vou beard about IinacitelnV haII by the hospital und avay from him n- lrettr iDa Vat a pity aint It ho didnt have It in bit vlfea nameCornof Widow Quick Arrest X A GullcJgo of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 21 tumors After doctors arid all remedies failed Buckleni Arnica Salve quickly arrested further Ipflamma tjoa and cured him It conquers aches and kills pale 25o at G L Pennys druggist Carrvo Htnlz Je elating dangeroutV Mr WlM Yei ItIeaa to marriage PhilWelphla DulIetlD L CHURCH MATTERS Rev Charles E Elllf of Loulivlllc has been called to the Daptlit church atLancasterAt Rev John G Mur ray of Baltimore was elected Episco pal Bishop of the Diocese Or Kentucky A Missionary tally will be bold at the McKlnney Baptist church On Saturday and Sunday Map 2820 Everybody Invited The Southern Baptist convention ad journed at Naibvllle Monday night It was announced that almost 1260000 bad biea ratted during the year for foreign minion TDMO who heard the discourses of Rev Gilbert Glass at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening are very eulogistic of them He U an able preacher a floe gentleman and will no doubt make a most acceptable pastor Servteei at Baptist church Sunday morning and evening Everybody es piolally Invited to attend Morning service at 11 oclock subject Ai and So or Harmony evening at 745 oclock lubject The Man That Was Approved Service at the Christian church Sun day morning and night Preaching by the minister Service at 1045 A M and 745 U Subject In the morning Barnaba Exhortation evening Nearest Christ In His Glory The members of the church are expected to be present others are cordially Invited Our district conference at Burotlde held a tow weeks ago was In every way a pleasant coming together The preaching was first clan The singing led by Bro Alleo milled by Miss Pbllllpl was excellent The business was promptly and pleasantly executed by the presiding ofllcer Bro Simpson Lilt but not least was the roral man ner In which the good people of Burn side entertained the visitors Bro J Z Spoooamoorc of this place and myself stopped at the Dick k Denny Hotel and when I say that we fared sumpt uously the figure le not overdrawn by any mean I cheerfully recommend this hotel to people who go to Burn side pleasant people good room splendid table I would notsay anything to the detriment of any other hotel I was Invited to take dinner with my devoted friend Will Rankle Of course I enjoyed this visit with Bro Raoklna excellept family C A Cox LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Wanted stock to graze H G Lutes Stanford 2t Pennsylvania persons have purcbac cd 0000 acres of timber land In Knot county at 912 20 Qorao Maasle bought 240 sheep In Cumberland county at from 1225 to 14 25 Adair News Audience won the Kentucky Oaks at Louisville Wednesday Outcome was iccnnd and White Plume third John L Coleman of Lexington sent two fine mares to J Carroll Bailey to be bred to Preston 022 P H Napier of Liberty soot hIm three for tbo same purpose Capt B F Powell sold to I S Tev le four young jacks two two year oUs and two yearlings by S T Harris Billy Keene for 12000 Mr Tovla now has a herd of 17 jacks that he will be obit to raeoj and bea the boys with from the Crab Orchard fair to the St Louis Worlds Palri a neighbor of hli tells ui NEWS NOTES Tho new batlleihipRbode Island was successfully launched Armenlao aro alleged to have burned 17 Turklib villages For attempting to dynamite bridges two Japanese otllccr were executed William Neal a Lexington Negro hung himself In Morgan hemp factory The Kentucky Grand Commaodery Knight Templars Is In annualconclave at Frankfort A monument to Gen Israel Putnam of Revolutionary fame was dedicated at Sutton Mall Jack Sully a notorious desperado was shot to death In a running light In Rosebud county South Dakota Two Japanese divisions have arrived near Mukden with the object of cutting Gen Kuropatkln line of retreat Mr Wallace Skaggi of Green coun ty who killed her husband says she did It only to keep him from killing herThomas Stetson was killed at Casey vllle by Thomas Orr who le alleged to have struck him In the temple with the end of an embrella The Western Union Telegraph Co discontinued racing reports to pool rooms all over the country but the poolrooms at once arranged for a pri vate service- A dispatch from Cbe Foo says Rus jflaa refugees who have arrived there from Daloy report that the Japanese bombarded Port Arthur on Monday and that two Japanese warships were destroyed by submarine mines A fierce battle with sticks and stones raged between 300 State College etu dente and 160 Kentucky University ate dents on the streets of Lexington and for some time the police were power leu to quell the disturbance Several persons were hurt Including Dr Red dick of Paducab who was a spectator The row started over a joke the Uol yenity students tried to play on the State College student HOW TO PRONOUNCE HYOMEII Penny tells of this remarkable treatment that cures ca tarrh without stomach dosing While all his customers who Jiaye used Hyomel agree that it is remarkably successful in curing catarfh and other disease of the air passage says Mr Penny yet there has been considerable diversity of opinion is to how the name is pronounced Jljonel ia pronounced just as if it wore spelled klgtio me with the ac cent on the first syllable- A great many come to his store and Instead of asking for Hyomel tell him they want a package of the treatment for catarrh that he ia calling on a guarantee Whlle ho knows what they mean and all of his clerks will give them Hyomel yet he wants every one to know how to pronounce the name of Hyomel so that they may run no chance of getting any thing but Hyomel no matter where they go It IS nature true cure for catarrhal troubles It kills the germs of this di scise soothes and heal the irritated mucous membrane and effectually drives all catarrhal poUonrfrom the system All the stomach dosing In the world can do no lasting good in the treatment ol catarrh unless the nose and throat are free from catarrhal microbes There is no stomach doting with Hyomei Just breathe It Hn has so much confidence In the val ue of the treatment that he U selling It with the understanding that he will return the money If It fall to cure All INTERIOR JOURNAL readers know that he does exact y as he agrees It HIGHLAND tyre Thompson and OBannon per formed an operation on Berman Reed for spinal trouble John Meier it building a large new barn on his place Time Butt Is lie Ishlog up a new addition to his house Some of our farmers report a very poor ttaud of early planted corn Green Young sold to Mr Holdam Ova sboats for Ill Since our last report tho following arrivals have taken place A girl each at the homes of Tim Hutchison Jake Young and James Dodge and a boy at the homo of Emil Greenberg Dave Young has gone to New Alba ny Misses Kflla and Florence Mr and Mrs A S Godboy were at O M Youngs last week en route from Berea where they have been attending school Mr J M Adklna left Saturday to ViE it her children near Qarrodeburg W H Graybeal of FJubanks visited his mother here Mrs A J Young and daughter of Ellzabethtpwo are with relative hero Mr Lou MaaMo and daughter of Argenta Ill have boon guests of Mra R Young Mrs C M Young continues E G Baughs family hasjroaeola An Infant of IvL Baugn was burled at Mt Morlah church LA TERIThe base ball eeaton seemiitlll In hsl prime The Lancaster second team de feated Crab Orchard team Saturday by a score of 8 to 7 William Bogle who last full was defeated In the democratic primary for the nomination for representative of Garrard has announced bli candidacy for assessor making the fourth aeplr ant for that position Mr J M Logan general manager of the Logan Dry Goods Co advertis es his business for sale fie has been offered a position la a mioufiicturlng establishment and will take his family to reside In the city with him The Crab Orchard second team play ed a game of base ball with the Lancas ter second team Wednesday afternoon at the Athletic Park It was a ibort game though with several good plays The home team won by a score of 22 to 7 The Baccalaureate sermon as for merly announced was preached Sun dap evening by Rev E W McCorkle of Nlcholasvlllo His theme was very appropriate for the occasion advising the graduates to have lofty ideals and showing them that the greatest men of the earth bad led true pure and upright lives Miss Ccrena Dunn of Danville Is the attractive guest of Miss Mattte Mae Robinson Mrs McOheo of Brod head le the guest of Mr B F Wai ter SOB will return to her home after a short visit accompanied by her daughter Mill Mac Miss Levering of New York City le the smelt of Miss Marie Joseph Miss Lena Rlgney is visiting In Danville The election of teachers for the ensuing school year was held Monday All the teachers being reelected ex cept Miss Nellie Peyton who has had a lucrative and pleasant position offer her elsewhere The vacancy caused by her resignation will be filled by an experienced male teacher and the fu ture of the graded school promises to be satisfactory In every way The week has been given principally to the enjoyment of the school exercises held In the chapel of the building They have all been entertaining and show faithful work on the part of both teach er and pupil Mrs John Grccnleaf of Richmond li the guest of Mrs Emma Kauffman MIlS Mary Arnold who attends Jeeea mine Female Institute Is at home for a bort visit Sues Ellen Ballou was the guest of Mrs H M Ballou Capt T A Elkln baa been confined to his bed for several dora with sciatica rbeuma thin Mr and Mrs Hanna have re turned after a long absence and are at present at the hotel Miss Annie Roys ton has returned to her home hero af tor a long trip through the south Misses Irene Roman and Beealo Mae Lear bayo returned from a visit to Stanford friend Charles Zlmmer who has been study Log dentistry In Cincinnati la at homo on a visit He Is progressing rapidly In his course of study and nil friends have reason to believe be will prove an elllclent dentist Messrs Joe and Len ny Crensbaw Steward Shropshire and Crenshaw Sr are the guest of Rev F M Tinder Mr Richard Ward who recently moved to Cincinnati baa been with friends here J R Mount attended the Congressional convention at Lexington last week Mrs Henry Faulconer will leave this week to join her husband at their home near Cio cinnati Miss Edna Mason has returned from a visit to Miss Sopbronla Fox at Preacbersyllle Sties Lizzie Brown has returned from Glasgow where she attended tbo Christian Endeavor Ana elationQuite a number of our Graded School pupil have entered contests In the Nlcholasvllle Tournament Entering ibede contests means hard work as the pupils arc kept busy preparing them selves The following have entered Vocal solo female Katharine Coon vocal solo maleCosby Logan vocal duet male and female KatherlneConn and Cosby Logan Higher Algebra George Hendrlckson written spelling Horace Walker oral spelling Thurs too West public oral spelling Brad Icy Jot DilLon 50 and 100yard dash Bascom Ford 200yard dash Baicom Ford naifmile run Adolph Joseph running broad jump Charles Zanone putting heavy shot John Jooestenns double Ware McRoberts and Adolph Joseph and bate ball team The tour ment is to bo held May 26 27 and 28 The total voto of Louisiana Is only 38000 Kansas a State with about the same number of people polls 270000 vote The result la not wholly due to the suppression of the Negro The poll tax is said to operate to disfranchise many whites Sick headache results from a duorder stomach and la quickly cured by Cham berlaln J3tomach and Liver Tablets For alcpy W N Craig n Your Clothes Tell A good deal about you People pass judgment on you by your appearanceIgohandinhandOne of our Suits will give you the desirsuccessful appear ance i bedconvincedasae T D mILLER DeKu- THE GLOBE VEHICLES Is- seusessrssrsss If you need n New Turnout title 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 Qur Buggy HARNESS is as good as you can buy for tho money Big stock on hand Come andseo us HigginsMKinneySTANFORD To Close Out Our Business Our Large Stock of Monuments Markers And Headstones The Greatest Opportunity ever Offered in Lexington rewer s This work is of the best grades in Marble and Granite and of new and artistic designs i Call at onto anti make a selection if you are in need of nay kind of Cemetery Work It will be lettered in the best style aud delivered and set up in the Lex ington or other Cemeteries or delivered securely packed on the cars TUB Lexington monument GO 540 West Main Street LEXINGTON KY Some Hoss Seis I Reasons why a tin root not a sheet iron is the best roof made 1st It will lost three times as long as the best shingle anti will cost 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 r cent less danger of fire and it will reduce the insur y once enough to pay the difference between it and a cheap roof t See S II Aldridge the tinner and plumber that does the work Phone No 11G S H ALDRIDGEDepot Street Stanford Ky GO TO W B McRoberts FOR f LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED fllSTANFORD Nil WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTt r- ll l ITi THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON HARVEY HELM Of Stanford Is a canJIdate for Congress In this the Eighth district subject to the action of the demo critic party HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a Candldats for Congress In the Eighth district to succeed lion G G GIINrt sub Ject to the action ol the Democratic party Your sup port Is eamettly solicited 0 Q GILBERT- Of Shelby Is a can Jklate for Congress sutjeeOo the action of the democratic puny R C WARREN- Is a candidate for judge of the Lincoln county court subject to the action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND SR subjectIGEORGE W DeBORDI Is a canaldate for Sheila of Lincoln county subject tIbe action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SRIIs a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject I action of the democratic party f JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject M action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS- Is a candidate for Sheds of Lincoln county subject U the action of the democratic party DINK FARMER- Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tae action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the sraocratlc party W I HERRIN Is a candidate for Japer subject to 4he action of the tsaocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of labile Schools of Lincoln County subject to tM of the demot- IC party MISS KATE BOGLE- Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo crstlc party JAMES D ANDERSON- Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN of Lincoln county subIs a can1l1ate for Assessor ject to tie action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Ject to the action of the democratic party a W A CARSON Is acandldate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub jectto the action of the democratic party l E D KENNEDY w t Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject- to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to tie action of the democratic party THE Danville News sore very sore because the committee decided It ia Lincoln countys time to furnish the democratic nominee for Slate Sen ator It lee case of kicking agalnet the pricks and tbe quicker the News quits It tbe better Messrs Richard son and Embry shouldnt get mad and refute to play simply because Boyl- eaH Little Britain do not get every tfelaff they RO after A great county Is 1Boyle and a good city Is Danville but are not the only places on tbe sapTHE United States supreme court hat decided that a telegraph operator aid a fireman engaged by a railroad are fellow eervaots and that the nelr llgcoce of the former causing the death of the latter In tbe operation of trains is a rink tbe fireman assumed and i is not a ground for damages against the railroad Justice White delivered a dissenting opinion which was concurred In by Chief Justice Fuller and Justices Harlan and McKenna CUICAOO still holds the record for quick service In the matter of divorces A woman filed suit alleging cruel treatment the husband waived service and In lees than 36 minutes after her peti tion was filed she bad been restored to perl h ence through a matrimonial bureau with another view at marriage POLITICAL t One of Senator Tom Platts followers says tbe republican outlook in New York State Is gloomy The California democratic convention Indorsed William R Hearst for the presidential nomination a Tbe platform of tbe Ohio republicans Indorses Roosevelt and tbe stand pat policy on the tariff and other leading issues Tbe democrats of Wisconsin In convention at Milwaukee Indorsed Ed ward C Wall for tbe presidential nom ination The Maryland democrats are said to have about decided to allow Senator Gorman to name tbe delegates to the St Louts conventon with the under standing that tbe Senator beads the list Judge Saufleys Chances Good The Danville Advocate sizes up the situation In the appellate Judges race ai follows The results of tbe Lexington Con grefslool convention brighten Judge Saufleys prospects for a seat In the court of appeals A talk with several of Fayette countys leading politicians fully confirms tbe editor In his belief that Judge Saufloy from the uniqueness of the geographical arrangement of this Judicial Lietrlct and from the bitterness that exists between his two opponents will either be tbe final arbi ter or the winner of the judicial nomi nation If half of tbe political rumors that are afloat In Lexington are true there will be a fight to a finish when the big convention Is called to order That our renders may better understand tbe effect of these recent changes we will dwell for a moment on a few of the scenes that occurred at tbe Lexington convention This convention was called for the purpose of nominating a democratic candidate for Congress In the Seventh district In this district there are eight counties Fayette with 23 votel Bourbon 12 votes Franklin 14 votes Henry 11 votes Oldhem 5 vote Owenp4 voter Scott 12votes and Wood ford 8 votes- SouthfTrlmble the Franklin county candidate came to tbe convention with 30 votes pledged 53 being required to elect Among the 39 votes were the 11 votes of Henry county tbe home of John D Carroll one of Judge Saufleys opponents It Is said that these votes were pledged to Trimble on condition that Franklin county should cast her vote for Carroll In the judicial race Campbell Cantrlll a son of Judge Can trlllJudge Saufleys other opponent was also a candidate having the vote of Scoltcounty and part of that of Woodford at his control The Fayette county candidate Preston Kimball controlled about 28 votes After adeadlock that lasted for two days an agreement was reached bo tweenTrlmble of Franklin and Can trill of Scott Scott county agreeing to vote for Trimble land Trimble In turn pledglngliFrankllns vote for Judge Cantrlll In his race for the democratic nomination for tbe court of appeals Thus Trimble at tbe last moment broke faith with both Henry and Owen counties and pledged his county to Can trill when these two couptles bad sup ported him during the entire conven tion Favette seeing tbat her candi date was beaten by this deal agreed to vote for Trimble on condition tbat a Fayette county man should have the nomination for Congress next time This shows too plainly tbe feeling that exists between tbe counties of the northern end of the judicial district Henry Owen Oldbam and the other counties that Mr Carroll controls would rather see Saufley nominated than Cantrlll because Cantrlll took undue advantages of them the flrsttline an opportunity presented Itself Frank lin county la pledged to both Carroll and Cantrlll Fayette has but little love for Judge Cantrlll and as Carroll Is the weakest candidate of the three In order to defeat Cantrlll she probably cast her vote for Saufley I Is a settled fact that Judge SauBey carry the whole of the southern part o the district while tbe northern portion will be divided between two candidates Tbe fight in tbat section of tbe die tract will be bitter and It Is Improb able tbat either of tbcsecandldates will withdraw Unless some political agree went can be reached between Carroll and Cantrlll and such a thing is not likely to occur the votes of Jessamine Fayette and Woodford will decide the contest Neither of these counties has a candidate Scott county the home of Judge Cantrlll has knifed Fayette county whenever an opportunity prevented Itself so naturally tbe race in Fayette county will not be very exclt lag A little hard work for Sauflay would Influence a good many yotes Woodford and Fayette have always fought on the same side and It Is more than probable that she could be Induc ed to follow Fayeltes lead If JudgeSaufleys managers act quietly and quickly our honored friend froth Lincoln will be given an oppor tunity to show tbe State tbe ability that has ranked him as oneof tbeablest circuit judges In this part of tbe Com monwealtb Boyle county will gladly lead tbe procession Whooping Cough- In the Spring of 1001 my children had whooping cough says Mrs D W Capps ot Capps Ala I used Chamber lains Cough Remedy with tbe most sat Isfactory results I thick it Is the best remedy I have seen for whooping cough This remedy keeps the cough loose les sons the severity and frequency ot the coughing spells and counteracts any ten dency toward pneumonia For sale by W N Craig A careful study of the war news will show that Port Arthur has been bot tled up eight times that It has fallen six times and the last report has them still marching Verily the war corret pondent Is a person of little versatility Lexington Democrat As the result of a split In the Wls cousin republican convention at Madl lon two conventions will be held and two tickets put In tbe field IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Robert B Lancaster one of tho rich Bit men In Lebanon Is dead Mrs Salllo Grundy the wealthiest woman In Washington county Is dead Powell Cheek of Danville will be valedictorian of Central University 1004 class An eight yearold son ot Dan Farlf was killed at East Bernstadt by a freight train James Young was given six years In penitentiary for killing Gen Hill at Wllllamiburg ovorltbo school election Sarah E Ambrose has been appoint ed postmaster at Rye Whitley county and Jesse H Rapier at Tidal Wave same county Albert Burton charged with murder- Ing Deputy Jailer Marvin Conover his brotber Tom and his mother and ststerlnlaw charged with being ac cessories to the crime were Indicted by the grand jury of the Adair circuit courtAt a meeting of the trustees of the Lancaster Graded School Prof J E Mannix was unanimously reelected principal for tbe next cboolltlc year making his third term Tbe remainder- of tbe faculty will be sclented two years benceJ Jones sold to Dr J B Beck a harness horse for 1135 to Boyle county parties a lot of 865 pound steers 4 Jo to J P Ingram of Wayne a pair offour vcarold mare mules for 1350 to J HIBaughman ft Co some wheat at tl to Phillips S Dudderar and L C Ew ing 1000 bales of mixed bay at 11375 to 115 HUBBLE J F Rlgney Is building an addition to his house A P Sloan has rented part ol the Bright farm and Is sowing tt In stock peas and cane for feed A number of our young people beard the Baccalaureate sermon preached In Lancaster Sunday evening by Rev E W McCorkle Corn has advanced to 13 25 In this community D N Prewltt bought all the lambs In this vicinity at Go and received them Tuesday D Spoooamore sold his black horse to Josh Jones for 1100 James Bratton sold a plug horse to Jim Hamilton for SCO Rev O M Huey of Stanford will preach here Sunday afternoon at 3 o clock Virgil McClure and daughter of Lexington were guests of his sister Mrs J A Hammoud Mrs Sarah Eu banks with relatives Pulasklcoun ty Mrs Lou Plummer of Goddard visiting her brother James Ross at this place Misses Zora and Mabel Rankle of Somerset are with relatives hero Mr and Mrs James Davis made a flying trip to Harrodsburg last week A Sure Thing- It is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes but tbat 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 O B VanMetrr of Bhephenltown W Va IIYshI had a severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no re DIt covert me CoughfGrip Pneumonia Consumption it Its guaranteed by G L Penny drug gist Trial bottles free Regular slrea 50cfl00 The tbree year old daughter of Claude Williams near FinchvUle was killed by her little brother who secur od a rifle lying on the kitchen table Tbe annual meeting of tbe Kentucky Medical Society at Lexington Is being attended by 600 physicians from over the State All grades of refined sugar have been advanced fivo cents on the 100 pounds THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Hooker Proprietress 3641 Finney Avell St Louis The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOASS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Refurnished and under entire New Management Bob the favorite porter meets all trains Large Welllighted Sample Room Jesse W Sweeney rsontiBTort Livery FHC and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates GILT EDGEIJR Saddle stallion Dark bay 161 hands high has proven himself a breeder of brst class saddle horses He was sired by Gilt Edge he by On Time First dam by Dennys Dren non 2nd dam by Onslotts Telegraph bet ter known as the Ballard horse Gilt Edge Jr will make the season of 1904 at my stable one mile from Preach ersville on the Ereachersville Stanford pike at 15 to insure a ANDERSOND I Preachersvllle Ky II NOTICEam handling a lot of young hones Have an experienced driver sod rider to do the work charges are IIS per month Horses also handled on commission- L O DUNN Mt Salem Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strIctly forbid bunting fishing or any kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent ot the law J Z Spoonarooro T M Holmes H F Rowland J B Camenlscb Peter lUlmcr W II Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens Jamm M White and wife Carson U I Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welch R A Lawrence Frank Oordler IteynoldsMorgan EAGLE BIRD Tl o mighty son ot the great King eagle to Illrd as a show lUlllon has but few equal lie won tho 500 stoke at Losing tun defeating tome of tlst producedEagle h finished horse Is not surpassed lids colts aroma detaand and are selling for high prices either for business or breeding pure poses Will make the present season at tho stable of his owner two miles west of than ford on the Shelby at the low price of flO to Insure allvlettg colt farting with the mare forfeit the Insurance JAI II WOODS Stanford Ky NABOTM JR Naboth Is a beautiful dark bsy with heav v mane and tall with good bone plenty of style and finish and has extreme high action and If worked would step as fast as old Na both his sire lie Is over 16 hands hlgb weighs 11IJ pounds and only a Jears old this May lie Is by the wellknown Naboth Flat dam Messenger Chief Jr 2nd dam by Crit Davis and dam Thorough bred Naboth will make the season of 1001 at our stable In Stanford at the low price of IIS to Insure a living colt Money when colt Is foaled or mare parted with Mares traded or removed from this county forfeits tho Insurance andthe money Is due Nabotb Is considered by the boat bone men to be the best horse In Kentucky to breed to for lilRhcUM harness horses See him before you breed J R HEALEV Stanford Black Prince Black Prince was sired by Emperor 37 dam Imp Jenny Jane Black Irlere Will bred by Shelbv Tevli Is 1J 11 hands high black with white points and Is a good Individual in every reep- hctColonel BrightSired bv Prince Napoleon let dam by Spanish Prince 2nd dam by Cordover 3rd by Jack Colonel height was bred byT1I Bright of Boyle He la IS 14 hands high black with white point and one of tIle best Individuals In the country These Jacks will make the season attbeJ f Uoolcfana J miles EastoiStan- ford at fa to Insure a living colt Money dur wbrncoltls foaled or when mare Is tra ded orbrvd to other stock J 0 KERn KINO EAGLE King Eagle Is U bauds 3 Inches high dark nil the with plenty of IwyalKlaltin dam by Lion 3rd dam Harris Denmark be by- IIUneraUenmark 4th dam by Jim Dell thoroughbred NOTE King was sired by the gnat On TIm and Is a brother to the great ell ver Klnr and Allle 0 the greot show mare that sold for 11000 lUng Cod dam Is the dam of Minnie Boya the great show mare that Mstt Cohen won everywhere with- In ISIS and sold for 1300 King Eagle will make the present season of 1B04 at my stable SX mites west Stan ford on the Shelby Olty pike at tbo low price off 10 to Insure a living colt Will also sand the groat aa jenset Jack Bil ly Keene at 110 for mares and flO for Jen net to Insure a living colt Billy Keene was sired the Tom Keene 1st dam by Leviyand Brlgnolla Billy Keene stands full 16 hands iil with white point and lac a breeder he Is unsurpassed as a mule or Jennet Jack Ills colts will show for themselves Will also let that grea young Jack Jim Keene serve a few outside mares at CIO to Insure living colt Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere forfeit the Insurance and money becomes due at the time of such transaction For further particulars call on or address 8 T HARRIS Stanford Ky Phone 72Ring 3 DORSEY GOLD DUST 12052 FULL BROTHER TO ESTELLE 210 14 Sired by Zllcsll GeUJusI uooby GolJJu t ijo and he by Vermont Mown Dotwy CoUJuMs grand tam on sires side was by the Imp Auburn Stallion Zllttdl His dim Is Florence by Gotden Mlnto Chief a sonof G fTi Morgan nuking him Intensely Inbred Morgan Suillon JeKtnJInr from Jutttn Moresn on both sides The bet family of roil horses ever known Dorsty GoUJusl Is a dark dappled bay full hands and taw pounds a proven and uniform breeder of nighclass rod and eatertn horses com bining all the qualities for saddle and harness and In demand at top prices Both the champion saddle and combined gelding of the American lions Shows of rgey lack O Diamonds stands to his credit to of hIs colls sold last yar for and was refused for a walktrot mare by him till servi ces are offered for lets than horse of his produce ing In Kentucky Will stand al my farm near Stanford 3B2OTO INSURE A COLT French Coach Stallion QUASI NO 2127 In French Coach Stud Books of America also In Republlque Francalte Mans Nallonaux No titoj Winner of first pure at the National Universal position Paris stq8 competing with over 60 stal ringImported II Tlchrnor To of Chicago In 1898 black points small star 1611 hands high weighs In working order ppuads fjlred by the French Government Stallion dam Charmantle by Le Dord and tnd dam by Revo lution extended pedigree framed Quasi has nnerIbeen beaten In the show ring A sure large fine high style and big acting colts and very kind to handle the attention of breeders to my colts by him to be seen on my farm 30 of his get mars- Quislwillmakethelresent season of at farm s 12 on the pike at lIuslonvllleI Sit TO INSURE A Money due when colt drops or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept at too per week on grass no responsibility for accidents or The best of careful given and no accidents so far Tom Koeno JrWill make the season at same place at is to Insure a colt This lack Is almost a counterpart of hiss It and from breeding shoul prove a high class mule Jack Old Tom Keene his sir had no superior and breeds on through his colts Ills set Jam Is by Cleaver and Giant jrd by West End 4th by Great Westernj Brand Leaders Cost Price Sale I- On account of tho backward sonsdn wo find we ore overstocked In nearly every lino Wo are going to hold a npeoial 10 day cost price salo Hvory I thlngf gold as advertised como early as the assortment Is sure to bo broken early White blue and blnck voile 33 Inches wide all wool prlco Obi lOt 10 tlnys IOu par yard 38Inch mohair black bluo and gray tho kind for 10 days 30c yard 40Inch black mohair tho 81 kind for 10 days only Cflo yard 40lnoh black mohair tho 6125 kind for 10 days only 60c yard Flnost 8125 voiles all colors for 10 days only 89o yard TitfTata silks all colors for 10 days only 20o yarde27Inch wash silks nil colors regular 05u silks for 10 tluyg only 31o- 10Inch fin6 taiTotn silk worth el for 10 days only K7e yard All colored tnlTota silks that wore 81 psr yard now OOd Now eraslios for Indies suits that worn 2Bc yard for 10 days lOc pr yard Morcorlsed Hnon for shirt waist stilts that was 26c for 10 days luo yard t 50c mprcerlied whlto goods for 10 days only 26c yard nest dress ginghams that woro lOu yard now 7Jo yard Lawns In all colors at 4jc lor yard for 10 days only Ladies Muslin Underwear For 10 Days Only trIO corset covers Do 25o corset COVOM ICe 35o corset covers 10o corset covers 38o fine govviU 20o 76o gowns JOe J 23 gowns site 35o tlrawurs IDo COo drawers 30o Save time and money by attending this sale NOTIONS trCl00 kid colors Silo 10 days only 236 ladles tan glove lGe for 10 days only Soladle white homstltolietl hanlJlcorclll1 Jc 20o Hamburgs go at lOc yawl tOe hamburg go tit Co yard OW8LUV JIIOCK WATCH OUR ADS i THE GRAND LEADERIM B Le y O Co S B Levy CLIMAX BUGGY PAINT I SIS This paint is suitable for Buggies Carriages and all similar glossOuipaint in nil colors mid is put in SclUcaling cans Price 75 cents quart I0o pint ant half pint jmllikePENNYS DRUG STORE We are Now Showing A beautiful line of Ladies Slip pers manufactured by Kriffendorf Dittmann See our line W E Perkins and C Get our on NO 922 This premium saddle stallion of the world season of tgo4 at the stable of C Bailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 12 years old IsI hands high a perfect model with great style action Preston was sired by No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 sat dam Belle by Roderick zed dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by T Crenshaw of Lexington Ky and Montgomery Chief owned by Bros Why you should breed to Preston- I Because he is the greatest Ihcw horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great show horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Vare for 11000 Rebecca that sold at New York Exchange to George Watson for 1650 Miss Henrietta owned by Gay DIPs that won more premiums in saddle aria combined rings than any three year oldout to t9o3 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for 1500 3 Because he ia tbe only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for 5000 4 Because he won the championship of any lion in Kentucky 6 will be glad to show him to anyone at my stablo and iriviie those wishing to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at SIO the season or 8U6 to insure a living colt j C BKILEV Stanford Ky Stanford Ky Crab Orchard MytC R McCormack Fine Groceries IHardwareTinwareduce R McCormack Hustonville Heaters prices Heat buyiLamps Few left Xmas at very low prices JOHN BRIGHT CO PRESTON Washington shownI from JR Dr 0e S Williams y DENTIST- All work guaranteed and prices reasonable Hustonvllio Kentuckyf CLE1fNINGH0 SE l You may need new carpets matting oil cloth rugs shade curtains tacks curtaIn poles pictures frames screens parse partolst windows giantablcschairs sites wardrobes couches dressers washstand beds springs mattresses chamber suits water sets lamps chiffon wringerscopes carriage paint house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretcher etc BIOSUNDERTAKERS DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I having been In the Tailoring business alt my lile I feel confident In 1 icprcsont one of the beat tailoring firms i intakingyour clothes are bound to be satisfactorr as my many patrons In this will bear me out My prlcna are the same M ilex businessIfind other suiting 1 will cut and make If r ThankingII C RUPLEY the Tailor Y r 35 Cents hive cents for red blue and fancy calicoes usually sold at 00 7 12 Cents Seven and one llnlf cents for good rtBsortruent of Zephyr Oiugi not 7 Cents IRecn cents for choice of lot of lawns that sold from lOc io ICc 15 Cents t1iftoen cOntu for M mil us and Fancy SwiUdS that told at 25c 8 13 Cents Eight and onethtrd cents yard for Hemp Carpet 38 inches wide 19 Cents Nineteen cents for choice of a big lot of China and Japanoeo Malting regular 2Co quality Carson Room i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t BrANroiw KY MAY 20 WOi Do OU need anything In tho way of- Dlayclo repairs If so you will fled In side and outside tires spoke rim and patching cementi pump wrenches etc at Penny Drug Store- PERSONALS MRS I N BOWLINE returned to Plnevllle Tuesday Miss EMMA RAMSEY of Montlcollo II with Mrs Mark Hardln MR T M PENNINOTON It visiting hi daughter at Lexington MR J 0 MCCLARY the undertaker was at Livingston Wednesday HON H K BOURNE of New Cattle was hero several days this week MR W A TYUBE of Brodhead was hero yesterday to tee Dr E J Drown Miss DEULAII CARSON went to Crab Orchard Wednesday to visit relallyei Miss IDA REYNOLDS of Bee Lick hap been the guest of MUs Rebecca Mulllos t Misses CARRIE AND NORA ConEY of the Mal tooer section wero caller Tuesday Miss LiLiie MOORE of Casey re turned with Mrs Ed Wilkinson and It her guest- S H ALDRIDQR and Flavlout Greer were at Livingston this week doing plumbic Rev J B Ferrell has resigned pastorate charge of the Baptist church al MlddleburgMRS M BRIGHT returned from a visit to her sister Mr W J Yager lo Loultvllle yesterday DR W B OBANPON went to Lex ington yesterday to attend the State Medical Society meeting JUDGE R 0 WILLIAMS of Coving t ton was on yesterdays train bound for Mt Vernon to attend court MRS WALTER EVERETT and little I daughter wont to Somerset Wednesday to Join tbe husband and father MRS A F MOIJEKLY and children Cecil and Dettle of Coffeyyllle Kan I sae aro guests of relatives here MRS W P WALTON and children will arrive today trim Lexington to visit relatives here ana at WalnulFlat MR R S BKUMFIELD of Cincinna ti will arrive Saturday to be the guest of Miss Lula Reynolds of the West End MR AND MRS M C WILLIAMS t wool to Mt Vernon Wednesday to tee their nephew McKenzie Drown grad uateA 0 ALKORD went to Fayotlevllle Tenn loieo his father Mr B G Al ford whose death is expected at any moment W W RUIIEL of Lebanon It ILMtwith Agent R B Mahony Mr Rubel is a prominent Insurance man of hll torn MRS R O ROCKER and children of Stanford are vlilllog her parents Mr abd Mrs M A Pbolp Richmond Register GEO B HARRIS who has been al Dakota I T for some tIme was hero Wednesday on hit way to Lancaster to parentf wont toMt Vor non Tuesday to tee her ton McKoozlo Drown graduate from Mt Vernon Col Institute HO bad the honor of being valedictorian of hit class J LEN SHANNON formerly of tbe Q k O with headquarters at Junction City orders hie sent to St Louis Ho le firing on a Worlds Fair Flyer between that oily and Kansas City and Is making 1148 per month he writes REV W E ELLIS wife and little f daughter will arrive Monday for tbo ShanksBourne wedding The will bethoguesuof Mr and Mr T A Rico until tbo wedding and will remain a week with their many friend hereDRS J F PEYTON Steele Bailey J G Carpenter and LB Cook aro attending the Medical Association mooting la Lexington A good picture of Dr Steele Batley who II president of the Anoclatlon appeared Lexington Loader Dr Baileys friends hero will never forgive that paper for saying that the doctor lives In Bar rbdiburg however LOCALs r BUMMER lap dusters at J O McCla ryfs BARGAINS in Ladles and Misses slip pen at John P Jones ELWOOp won tho Derby yes terd Ed Tleraey WM second and- lLonsdaletbtrd i LOST between my home nod Walton Opera Rouse oo Friday night e Knights of Ivthlai vest plo RowarJ W D Tardlf FOR BALE One good delivery wag on horse and harness Will ba told cheap If taken Immediately Call on S1Gray Stanford- REMOVALDr A Jones has re moved his dental office to the parlor of the M yer House directly across the street from hit old office LETTERS from those who have leon the performances given by the Ideal Entertainer can be icon at the INTER tots JOURNAL nftlco They speak In the highest terms of tbeihow Tonight at Walton Opera House TUB Bill School property was told at public suction at 3 oclock Wednes day afternooc Mr John N Menofeo was tbo purchaser at llOOO1 Besides the brick school house there are two acre of laod The property adjoins landNonceThe of Mrs Eliza betb Crutchfleld deceased have decld ed that her farm on Hawklnt Branch shall bo told privately Tbe place mui be told by Juno lit It you want It now It tbo time to put In your bid For fur thor particular address or see L it Hughes Stanford Ky THE deal mentioned In a recent sue of this pager by which the Cum berland Valley Land Company was to tell and transfer to Mcur Caldwell and Delaney of Bristol Teen 4200 acres of Its land at 117 has been con lummated and the company has Jut received its frt payment on the sale TUB following are the officert and director of the Crab Orchard Fair d Itaclog Anoclatlon for this year R Q Bronaueb president W D Wallin secretary directors R U Brooaugb J W Guest W D Wallln S J Ta tern W A Brooks J II Collier John W Bolmei B D Campbell A C Dunn and W A Beazley Tbe fair will be held July 27 28 29 J CARROLL BAILEY bal on exhibi tion in the Lincoln County National Bankthe floe cup his good saddle stallion Preston won at the Louisville Hone Show U was known as the EI drldgoCupand wat donated by a rich Now Yorker and given at a prize to the ben American Saddle Borie Stal lion any ago Preston woo with Matt Cohen riding him The cup It valued at MOO HONS HARVEY Hews and George G Gilbert spoke to largo audiences at TaylorirlHe Saturday afternoon and at Lawrenceburg Monday Tbe former will speak at Nlcholatviyo tomorrow Saturday afternoon sad at Mt Vernon Monday Mr Belm It pleated with his prospects to win the nomination for Coogreii and says he lu being kindly received and courteously treated wherever bo goes Things look mighty good for Mr Helm to us and heres hoping that he will win with votes to spare To accomplish this desired end however It will be necessary for his friend not only to stick to him but work for him It has been throe quar tore of a century since Lincoln county bad a democratic Congressman and now that she has a candidate our democrats should leave nothing undone In their effort to lecuro the honor for him who Is to eminently fitted for the office ho seeks AWAKINQ and finding a burglar In her room was Mrs Judge M O Sauf toys unpleasant experience about 1 oclock Wednesday morning Her husband was away from home and she was occupying the room alone She at first thought It was one of her sons and called aloud II that you James This scared the burglar and later when Mrs Saufley taw the Intruder was a stranger and screamed the scoundrel Jumped out of a back window and took to hll heels Mr George Saufioy at tracted by the noise came from his up stairs room and procuring a ibot gun emptied It In the direction the burglar went Mr Saufley says the man was whIte was well dreeeed and iho no ticed a largo watch chain ho wore Nothing It missing and It it believed that the man got nothing Ho gained entrance to the house by raising a collar window On the night before a burglar vIsIted Mr John B Foatert home stealthily entered but was run out by Mr Potter before he got any thing Bargains in The East Room We have put on the Bargain Table I some splendid values to close Read the following prices SEVERAT 7CE8z SONTWO STORES BUY the Model Steel Range of 8 P Gray Stanford FOR choice thing inlace collars ribbons and niching go to John P Jonc CALL and see tbo belt rldlngcultlva tor on earth The Tiger at Hlgglns k McKinney IDEAL ENTERTA INER8at Walton Opera House tonight Admission 15o for children and 250 for adults JOHN H will quit the restaurant business In Danville because rent Is to tlgh there be cant make money The clever young man should hayo re mained In Stanford the best town too map JUNE l7E H Betzloy announce that the llth annual elocutionary cooI test for young ladles will be held at WalVoni Opera Rouse June 17th A number of entries have already been received and this promise to bo a most interesting contest JUDOE M C SAUFLEY U back fro a few dyestay In Jesiamlne and Fy ette well pleated with his trip At the request of a number of hit friend he made a brief speech at Nicholas yule Be will speak at Owenton Moo day when he hopes that his opponents Judges Canlrlll and Carroll will be preteni DEATHS Asieitor M0 Reynolds who was hero from Waynetburg yesterday told ut of the deaths of Mr Wm Perkins and Mr Mary Gooch Etch was about 76 years old and both died of a general giving sway A wife and several grown children survive Mr Perkins and Mr Gooch who was a widow left a number of children In eluding T J Gooch Sr AT a held yesterday morn log Chairman W B O Bannoo and Trustee A M Pence elected James H Baughman trustee of the Stanford Graded School to succeed Col W 0 Welch deceased This gives two sue censors to Col Welch as truiteet Mc Roberti Saunders and Penny bad already elected Rev R B Mahony Th matter will likely be taken to the courts for settlement ANNUYSMra Jane Vannuys aged 79 died at Livingston Tuesday Some 25 years ago Mrs Vannuys and her husband came to Livingston aa mliilonarle of the Presbyterian church The husband died some years ago and was burled In the yar of the church they founded Tbe body wu exhumed Wednesday and It and the body of his wife were sent to Newark N J for Interment Their two children died a number of years ago FOLLOWING It program to be given by the Ideal Entertainers at Val tons Opera louse tonight Overture ImperaooatlooChimes LifeMotion Pictures has rated Songs Readings from Selected Authors Four in handSwlss Bell Ring MarlmbapboDeMagIc Wear the Grand Army Badge Illustra ted Marlmbaphone Solo with Bows Legerdemain aqd Serpentine Child ren ICo Adults 25e Go JUDGE SAUFLEY Judge M C Sauf ioy of Stanford candidate for the dem ocratic npmlnatlon for appellate judge of this district was In the city yetter day and spent the day with tbo leaders of the party a number of whom bad not met him before and who were much Impressed with him There Is not a better lawyer In the State than Judge Saufley nor a more polished gentleman Ho tells the Democrat that ho It much pleased with nil pros pecte for the nomination which bo feels confident ho will win Lexington Democrat MATRIMONIAL- D T Saunders and Mils Mattlo Ben Harrodaburgdrove Edward Kuntz stated In the Coving ton police court that be had married six widows within the past four years neverhavingwomen The following Is taken from a Nash MrOeorlfowere married yesterday afternoon at MrsRufue Place who Is a cousin of the bride The ceremony was witnessed by the Immediate relatives of the brldo and groom Rey H B Blue was the otfi elating clergyman Tbe parlor was beautifully decorated with American Beauty roses and prima Arranged to form an altar The bride was very handsome In a costume of grey voile made over silk nod trimmed with cream applique the carrlea an arm bouquet of Beauty roses The bridal party and and a limited number of guests were entertained at the Maxwell Rouse with a 6 oclock dinner of numerous courses Mr and Mrs Dunn left for Mobile whore Mr Dunn le prominently con MercantilenCompany A fully as complimentary mention of the happy occasion appears In soother piper of thai city Mr Dunn It an old Stanford boy and his many friends here congratulate him on winning his bonnle bride Made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me In ofmDernpseytown In the world for Liver Stomach and Bow ale Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store Administrators Sale All persons indebted to the estate of W G Welch deceased will please settle with me promptly The estate must be settled within three months- M C Saufley Amr May 20 1904 B W Leigh Kldds Store Ky Has aeompletetuck of Dry Goods Ladles ReadyIand a brand new stock of Furniture of all kinds Call and tee him Ills goods are new and clean and his price are right Highest market price paid tar country pro duce NEW ILAGKSMITH SHOP Raving rented the Danghertv black smith on west main street I am anddman In charge Work guaranteed Give me a call I will also keep on hand all the time a lot of lumber of alt kinds BAKER WALLS Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmore Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky LUMBER WANTED I want to buy staves spokes headings lumber logs etc Will pay highest cash price at Moreland D B 0 Peyton A S PRICE aVIIODI Stanford Ky 0 oow WcKobtn yBnUdiDi SAM BAUGHMAN This wellknown Jack will make the season of 1001 at my farm the Planner place near Turnorsvllle at eight dollars to Insure ally- Ing colt lie Is close to to hands Is black with mealy points and M a sure foal getter n K GAIN Turnersvlllo Ky FOR SALE Residence with 5 rooms halls and porches cistern servant room coal house hen house stable and buggy shed with 8J acres of land on Danvillo street 34 of a mile from court house jut outside of town Hmltsand within 400 yards of graded school For Information Ii J l ROBERre Stanford Ky FOR SALE I SS7 acres of land situated In Lincoln coun ty Kyou tbo road loading from Stanford to ilustonvllle miles from the former place In one of tho best neighborhoods In the county well watered has never tailing springs and running streams on ssme and known us the John Murphy farm All of said farm In grass except about 30 acre 65 acres In growing wheat which looks well Timothy andclover All under good fence and good Improvement Anyone desiring to purchase a good farm will do well to see me or write me before purchasing OEO W OAHTEll Turneravllle Ky 100x1Quo Dollar for a low shoe for azed to 5 Cents Five cents for all size cheeks in Apron Ginghams 150 8160 for any of a big lot of Oxfords and Strap elippera theJZeigler make worth 82 to 260 150 8150 for Mans Balbriggan or Congress Shoes that sold for 82 50 Cents Fifty cents for n mans handsome shirt 39 Cents Thirtynine cents for a Jlatigtc Corset worth 50c Leader Room STRAW HATS THEY LOOK COOL THEY ARE COOL The styles we show will please you Yacht shapes for the dressy young fellows Negligee shnpea for the most corn fort Many styles for little folks Cummins McClary use M to M IIWe want your trade and will pay you the best rket price for your Poultry Eggs Brass Etc Call CO Stanford Ky CRITERIONOn to the wearer Its the shoulders of a coat the close ill ting collar the perfectly built shaperetaining front that makes the wearer look and feel Well Dressed If you will wear a Criterion suit you will be satisfied What more do you want V Prices 750 to 1750 H JMROBERTS Stanford Ky TRY ONE OF THESE r tl Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For a Clean and Easy Shave you cant afford not to a CLAUSS RAZOR GEORGE H FARRIS a GtStanford Kentucky Dr Gussie M Phillips t OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH HOTEL STANFORD KY TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY DA 1 P All chronic diseases treated Gynecology and Nervous Diseases a Specialty Produce Wanted UP Feathers at NPBTHCOTT Have your colts cas trated by T F GROSS Preach ersvllle Ky the well knowa castrator of Lories and doctqr Sails action guaranteed Try bierj 7 1 r Lf j THEINTEH10RJOURNAL Snared n the pottoffice at Stanford at tewidclu matt- errabltshaTuaea 3 naasssaav jT 1 PER YEAR CASH Of Whtn lot iop ldss3OO will bteblllt4 KNOXVILLE DIVISION 34 TnJn going to280lm104 pm 28II II 021II South Ht2 17 am fo 21to H12IS pm BOB QU IS 66749- A J 00 I will stand the above splendid Jersey bull at my pl co near water at liso li adyance Return privilege permitted t B OAMENISOH Stanford Ky J H BOONE t CO Proprietors LWERV flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service Seasonable Jtes Call OR us on Depot Street Also Coil Ptrtablt Engine and Saw Mill For Salt Will sell privately Will also sell a IJ horse engine boiler All In good at a bargain to cosu- usinessWWill up take part pay In lumber POWELL SWUICI Stanford Ky Da1tl Traglort DEALIB IN IlilsRH Brandu Wines Beer GlQars Etc Carpenter House LION to Depot STANFORD KYI Prompt an J ttunUon Nothing but the bee t drink AUllpnons cr telegraph orders rcelv moapUttentlon FOR SALE Ten acres of land a twostory front seven room cottage The bouse Is new A s large did garden orchard There Is a mill on place a good crusher and the dam Is In good and the natural power is roat economy In running the mill Does s splendid JUllnet Everything Is In good has all necessay out bnlldlegs The owner only reason for selling Is the rush of other business as ho has extensive farming Interests to look after This property Is on the UanglngFork about 4 from Stanford no can bough at a for further particulars iJO Thurmond Lytle L B Hcoiius Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agonts Stanford Kentucky Alt penoDl wtshlog to bur or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number of one Lincoln and adjoining county farms wilt be to show any one f1acoUStable Stanford Ky RBMaiionyf Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties of f ncoln and Casey w may be seeking In surance against biro Lightning and Tornado None but the- atronte t and best OldLine Corn panics represented and the low eat rates are guaranteed Phoueb- 2Stanford Kentucky r Dealth 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months I was so ill f waq compelled to lie or sit down nearly all the time Jly stomach was so weak and upset that I could keep nothing on and I vomited I couldnot urinate without great pain and I coughed so much throat lungs were raw andsore Tho doctors pro nounced it Bright s disease and consumptionIt they called it and I had no de tire to live A sister visited me from St Louis and asked me if 1 had over tried Wine of Cardui I told her I had not and sheibought a bottle I believe tbatiit saved my life I believmanyiwomen could save much suffering if they but knew of its value Dont you want freedom fromIpain Take Wine of Cardui andmake one supreme effort to be well You do not need to beIa weak helpless sufferer You can havo a woman health and do a womans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Canliii from y druggist toII day WINEe1CR PARKER1 S HAIR BALSAM CI tMwtUlM era hair amote lanrUnl CoTorTCumbadaavt DrunlU THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic dlseaaes and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash tn advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when services are rendered sad mutt be paid promptly BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY Special mention to Commercial Men Your patronage b solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford is L Beazley t Coo Undertakers and- Embalmers itaoDiiLiztia Frtrnlturefl1nttfingsXtugThey kinds of Stock a call Pricee right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ C4Mc A Y UO tip D erlfW A1tEB EMBALUR And DealearI i KAtmJESS SADDXJHT CIO Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky elegantlyP O Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars AU work guaranteed Your business so licited HUMMER JR Bay stallion 15 34 hands a good indi vidualwith abundant speed He is by Hummer 6112 sire of Bouncer 209 Stately 2nU Spalpeen 2x23 Quickly 25414 2IJt Speedon z19t 15 in 230 Hummer 6112 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 Jrsldamdam Oodiva by Auditor 773 Will stand 10 to insure a living co- ltHAPSBURG 509 161 hands high By Gloseter 26 im ported let dam Jolly by Wonderful Boy 534 2nd by Preserves 822 First dam by Trinket 5 Imp by County King no 2d dam by Champion of England 566 3d dam by 4th dam by Grand Turk 138 Hapsburg is a pure bred Cleveland Coach Horse weighs 1275 pounds drives well gentle and kind with fine style 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 stand at 10 to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid Jack at 10 Mares grazed at 92 per month which in all cases must be paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur 1 K BAUGIIMAN Hustonville Crab Orchard Harvo Foley who has been Is out againThe Springs Hotel Is setting ready for a large crowd this season Our little city was enlivened Sunday by three vlsltlnc automobiles Our thoughtful and enterprising city fathers have been having the cemete ry cleaned which add greatly to Us appearanceMr Stevenson has been In Monticello for several weeks doing car penter work W K Buchanan has been confined to his borne for sometime with muscular rheumatism Mrs Mary E Dronaugh Is visiting In Stanford Mrs Isom Jones of Jal Ilea Is visiting her sister bliss Semen Iba Jones Mrs L Llvingetonof Ch- tcagols with her parents Dr and Mr DooreThe tent In which Rev Johnson and Nile will hold their revival will ba erected on the lot formerly belonging to Mrs Lawless Rev J B Jones will not preach here tbe first Sunday In June on account of taking part In the commencement exercises at Georgetown College We hope be will be wearing another medal when be re turns to Crab Orchard The remains of Cspt Boston Dlllloo of Lancaster were brought here for burial Monday afrernooo Many Borrowing friends and relatives accom panied all that was mortal of the good mau Services were conducted at the grave by Rev Tinder of Lancaster and Rev Jones of tbe Baptist church hero An unusual feature of the bur- Ial was his six grand eon who acted as pall bearers Capt Dlllloo WAS once a Baptist minister and was nearly 80 years old Two sons W R Dlllloo of London and Ansel of this place and one daughter Mrs Wm Jones of Col orado survive him William 0 Logtdoa a farther ol Hart county hanged himself to a beam In his house after having set hit barn on Ore burning tbe barn nod a cow and a calf and one boric which be Inclosed In a stall so they could no escape His wife being awakened by the fire found his body dangling from tbo beam In the house No cause known for the deed One of the greatest blessings a modest man cn wish for Is a good reliable set o bowels If you are not the happy poe icsor of such an outfit you can Improve the efficiency of those you by the Judicious use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are pleasant to take and agreeable in effect For sale by W N Craig Fugitive W S Taylor of Kentucky has withdrawn his acceptance ot an Invitation to deliver the Memorial day address at Kokomo led because of some objection to hImI Some Things You May Not Know The German Government propoiost construct a railway In Togoland to promote cotton growing The population of Korea la 17000000 Including 25000 Japanese who control tbo countrya activities The font of St Mary church Tor quay la supposed to be 1000 years old and Its restoration la being discussed Last year tbe supplies of lib at Bill loRignto Market London amounted to 103807 tons as against 160357 tons tn 1002 and 143330 tons In 1091 A large number ot people In the cap ital of Kolapur India on seeing a motor car for the firm time prostrated themselves before It declaring that It was moved by an Invisible god Japan furnlsbea onetwelfth of tho- r elite consumed In the worldabout 9000000 pounds The war Is not like ly to atfeot the production as all the work la done by women end girl Another Innovation In the Russian Department of Commerce and Naviga tion la the determination to open the department to the employment of women as bookkeepers correspondents and typewrIter Independent of the portion of men employed The laws of Russia pertaining to bankruptcy are very severe A merchant in Russia can be declared bank rupt If hie liabilities exceed 1772 and he has not the ready cash to meet them He can bo arrested and his retention depends on the good wlll of his cred itors The man tried to snatch your hand bag didnt be1 Yes And was caught In the act Yes II Then why la the world didnt you prosecute him Did you notice what a tad face be hadNo I didnt But you saw that bo was hand some Possibly But that was noXexcuao for letting blmgo youtman that his wife never understood him and that bis home life was quite unbearable and after that you see r bad to let him go A Startling Test NofMehoopsnyPamails a startling teat resulting In a wonderful cure lie writes violentestomach I had oftea foundElcclric Bit tens excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles 09 1 proscribed them The pa tient gained from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months Electric bitters are positively guaranteed for Dye pepsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only Mo at Pennys The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable IMonument Let It be of exclusive and artistic design the best material and of per feet workmanship We carryIthe largest stock of Monuments Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools INone better None cheaper WM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky ANTECARLO 226 12 Made over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anteo 2161 that sold for 50000 at publiC sale est dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of Mambrino Patchen These two crosses produced The Abbot champion trotting gelding Andrew of the world 2nd dam by Independence son of Jackson Independences dam by American Star Tbe American Star and Andrew Jackson blood is responsible for Crest us 2o21 the champion trotting stallion of the world You tee Antecarlos two topcrosses are responsible for the fastest gelding two next crosses are responsible for the fastest stallion Theo you see he is better bred than either of them for he has the blood of both Antecarlo is a solid brown horse 51 bands high weinghlng 1170 pounds fine style and action One of the best posted men on trotting horses writes of hlrp as follows In regard to the stallion Antecarlo 2261 you bought of T11 Smiley I will say I worked him about go days in 1901 and I consider him one of the fastest trotters 1 ever drove or in other words about as fast as I ever SAW I have seen him trot a 204 gait timed by a prospective buyer There never was time while he was In my charge that he could not step a quarter in 321 to cart He does not need any extra riging of any kind l O McALLisiKR He will make the present season at my barn in the West End of Stanford at 91o to inaure a living colt Will also stand a good mule Jack at tn to insure a living colt Ue sure and see this Jack and Horse before breeding your mares Jf DOCK GRAYtShetland Pony 5 old 38 inches tall owned by Hugh Reid Foster will make the season at liD to Insure a living colt Dock is an imported pony that cost II ooo in the Shetland Island and is regarded by horsemen as the best pony in Kentucky defeating all comers in show ring in 1903 Lien retained oa all colts until season is paid Mares parted with forfeits insurance and money becomesdue E H BEKZUEV CO First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit tank of In 1858 then reorganized as the National flank of In 1865 and again reorltaDled at the First National Cask of Stanford tn USJ haying had practically an uninterrupted exlatenee for U rear It It batter supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and welt than ever before tn its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car forotlons Solicited J B Paxton J B Owsley II Bhanki W O Walker Oeo W Garter j It Foster li O Oooch W II Cummins w II Shank Successor to The Farmer Bank A Trust Company and under same Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneclal r J 8 ROCKER Prest BT IlAitnu V Ires J J McllOUEUTB Ohr W II Ohr r V ReId Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J Mocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M n Elinore H Daugbman Stanford T P Stanford Jas Koblnson Rubble J H IlaUKbmao Stanford J MlcUui Stanford Ed Darter Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK tL CAPITAL STOCK 1980000 Directors DrlghtIt continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT 300 Square Feet Officers WEAURNAwt Directors Officers 0 BDANKB Preildenf r J B OWBLEY Cashier W DIUOHT Asst Cashier two coats to the gallon thats what THESHERWINWIWAMS 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 to the one safe paint to use Always gives satisfaction If you want to save money in painting let us show you tits way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting iOLb BY CRAG Pharmacist Stanford Ky GALTO1NI 12910 Sired by Oambctta Wilkes Jim4 lat dam Patsy Field tgrand dam of Alice Wilkes r 317 Alrettix J15H by Knfleld sire of six In t0 and dame of M ID 210 oheUerl tad dam Quickstep by Kentucky Irlnce Jr ttreotJ q JIT Lemonade l2tt and the dam of IS In the lilt 3rd dam liy Old Joe sire of the dam of J Q JlTfc Gallon carries the blood of four leading fsmiiesWikee IfambleUxilan SUmbrlno Chief and Beeleys American Star Gallon sirs Oambetta Willie has 17 In the 3 IO list Ill In the S30 list Staving put 26 new one In last season ILL soar and daughters hUD over J5Q In the lUt this stamps Oatnbetta the greatest sire using or In so wellknown as 6 blgh horse and a producer of blgbclaM show hones and blgb clasijilgh acting sellers that comment Is unnecessary lie has made Mint hit seaonsatmvtsblenlnslnsllandserved 82 mare lastoason this Is the very best ol- roofQt a stallion breeding qualities The above Is a good picture of ftalton Just at be l tandno ginger but natnrattelf VIHstandatflOto Insure u lire colt Mares traded or parted insurance and makes season money duo Ora furnished after Hay at two dollars per month tVlll stand at my 3 miles west of Hnstonvllle on tbe Brad ordntlle pike Ilioneln residenceW M DODD IltKtonvllIo Ky w Season 1904 Wood Lawn Stock Farm RED LEAP j 4 year old record 222 in Oth bent over mile track Sire of 8 with record better than 230 Champion show horo of Kentucky and loading sire of highclasa road horses nod teams 25 to Insure a Living Colt and a Good One at That I claim it is to the best interest of the owners of mares of Mercerand adjoining counties to breed 10 Rod Leaftat Because he is not far sale I expect to and breed and handle his produce and it is very natural that I for the sale of all his colts at high prices no matter to whom they belong 2nd Because his colts have a reputation and have sold for higher prices undeveloped than those of any stallion in Mercer or adjoining counties 3rd Because his colts have taken more premiums than those of any stallion in Mercer or adjoining counties 4ih Because he a better record as a race hose having won 10 out of 13 races and a better record as a show horse having wnn 58 out of 63 shows than any stallion in Mercer or adjoining coun ties 5th Because Red Leaf is the Only horse sired by a horse with a record of 2xS rC F Clay who has sired S colts with records better than 213 and with a dam Lady Har that every colt she had took a standard record and was a winner and whuse granddam Soprano was the greatest brood mare in the world having n in the list whose sire C F Clay sold for 6000 and whose dam sold for 500 whose dams ire Red Wilkes sold for 30000 for a half interest and who himself Red Leaf sold at 3 years old for 81000 and at 14 years old for 81750 and that has himself sired M colts to sell for over S900s0me as high as 2000 and teams from 81300 torono In Mercer and adjoining counties Cth But three of Red Leafs colts were ever trained for speed and they all took records 7th But one of Red Leafs colts was raced and he started in n or 12 races winning first in one and second in all the oth ers as shown by the Year book and showed miles in 215 and would have been a sensational horse had he lived 8th Red Leaf has sired more highclass high prical teams than any stallion in Kentucky in the past two years Qth I can show several offers of over 83000 for a pair I now have None of those sold were five years old and most of them under three years Now I say if you want a trotter Red Leaf is bred to get them as his tire is one of the worlds greatest sires of extreme speed and his dam a great producer and she by one of the worlds greatest sires of speed Red Wilkes and his sires the greatest brood mare in the world If you want a show horse he has proven he can get them of the highest quality a threeyearold mare by him showing through the circuit in regu larand sweepstakes and winning 24 out of 26 shows something equaled only by the worlds famous Gipsy Queen It vou want a business horse he can get them that will sell for the highest dollars and his fillies are sure to be great brood mares If these lice not facts not I also have a good Black Jack to stand at 83 to Insure a living colt RE GODDARD Burgln Ky r