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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 24 1904 SAM NO 25ILANDSTOCKCROPSETC Tbo big California fruit merger li to be dissolved In September Farmers are niklnjr II per barrel for old corn In Montgomery county W R Cook sold to Clay Arnold 21 hogs at 4to and a nice mare for 1125 A bushel of wheel by actual count has been found to contain 8892O grain David M Anderson sold to Drown it Lawson 114 lambs at 3 85 and CO hoes at 4k FOR SALE Threo good milk cows All fresh John Bionic Carpenter flue tonvllloaThe Continental Tobacco Company will build a 10000 warehouse In Ow ensborn English Lad won the Chicago Derby lL Prince Sllverwlngs was second and Moharlb third- Bouedleh winner of the American Derby of 1693 toll and broke bis neck In Payotte county The Picket Carroll Reids pride worked a mile and a quarter In 2101 at Shoepshead DIY Saturday Udolpbo Snead of Louisville pur chwod a 700 pair of bay geldings from Lawson S Camp of Bowling Green At the sale of D J Gregory the homo of loOt acres brought 0233 go log to A 0 Harberson Danville Newt Tbo Department of Agriculture esti mates the value of the surplus farm products of the United States In 1003 at 14500000000 The value of exported farm products In the same year Is glv en at 37S47l 45i LANCASTER COURT There were only about 30 cattle on the market at Lancaster yesterday prices ranging Ce from 3 to 3lo for heifers Boric brought from UO to 115 There were some mules on band but didnt soil It was considered by many to be the dullest court day In years Col C R Anderson of Danville has sold to Lunsford Yandall his farm of 202 acres three miles from town for 111500 oath Mr Yandell now owns over 1200 acres of land In Doyle count ty and Is perhaps the laagest land owner In this section He formerly lived la Louisville but movedto Boyle about six years ago IHYOMEIS SUCCESS IN STAN FORD Cured many serious cases of oatarrh Penny will refund money If It falls No other medicine or treatment for ca tam has ever achieved each quick and remarkable luectaa In Stanford as Hyo met The fut that Mr Penny when he best Introduced Hyemel sold It under a potlllve guarantee to refund the money in owe it did not cure contributed laije ly to its iHcceMful Introduction A guar ante from a firm like Penny gave eople confidence at the start Those who obtained a Hyomel outfit found that the treatment did all that was claimed for It that the first few biralha of rf Ilyomel cleared the air passages and gave an exhilarating and Invigorating effect In continued uie freed the system from all catarrhal germ toothed and healed the mucous membrane and made a complete and lasting cure Compared with the dangerous stomach drugging that had been urcd heretofore In the treatment of catarrh the balsamic air of Hyouiei created a most favorable Impression And the medicine Itself did even more than was claimed for it In fact to make a success it was necessary that llyotncl should cure neatly every oats of catarrh in which It was used for every outfit was sold on a guarantee tot refund the money In cue It failed morlttan enormous loss But curing as it did Ilyomel soon gibed an enviable reputa tion sod made many friend who recon mend It far and near Its success here in Stanford has been remarkable and Mr enny Is still selling it on his personal guarantee to refund the money in caeo it docs not give satisfaction MATRIMONIAL HLllburn Daugberty and Mies Nina Lay were married Friday William Absher and Miss Mary Pitman were married Sunday Philip Wagner and Miss Prooetla Poulter both deaf and dumb will be married at Danville to morrow At Rome N Y John KellcyaI youth of 10 was married to Mrs LulaI Hill a widow with six living children the youngest of whom is older than tbeI groomA which created quite aI surprise among the friends and ac quaintances of the contracting parties was at Capt W E Grubbg Shelby City and Mrs Kato Tuttle atI Junction City which took place yester day afternoon at Qusconvllle Rev George Mills oflclattng The bride Is the widow of the lato Fleming TuttleIand is well known In Danville Cite Galen Carmical aged 72 died In Ca sey county last weekt t a MIDDLEBURG B M Edwards of Celeste visited relatives at this place last week It Is rumored that there Is going to be a welding In our midst soon Mine Maud James and Jeislo Coul ter visited Mia Ruby Fogle at George town last week Mat norton and of Frankfort McIWborterSchool closed Thursday with a larlToI attendance This makes four years that Prof Davis has taught at this placeF Jones and Wm Miller are building a jewelry and undertaking house In connection Let the good work moye onward Prof Sherman Lawhoro of Paris who purchased M N C will take pos session the let of June Prof Law horn will probably build a dormitory In connection with the college Farmers of this section are plowing and replanting their corn The wheat crop of this vicinity was supposed to be froze out but in the last low weeks It has grown surprisingly There will be a firstclass crop Our hustling huckster Geo W Drye was at Bethel Ridge Thursday He purchased 2000 dozen eggs last week Be Is the busiest man on the road Persons hairing produce to seUwill call or write him at this place Quito a number of young folk of Liberty attended the entertainment nod contest at the college J 0 Coul ter Casey stave king was at Cumberland Falls last week Col U Q McAolncb Is convalescing slowly May the little daughter of M Jones Is very luw with dropsy The contest that was given at the college Wednesday night was eBlclent ly executed to the extreme delight of the audience The prizes were award ed as follows Wm Sweeney lst and Eddie Wesley second as junior class Miss Mary Bryant won fiat medal on best teclama lon and Miss Amelia Glass second The awarding committee was Dr J S Wesley Miss Katherine Warren and Rev J B Per roll Cured His herRheuma- tism Mr mother has been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism says W Ili Howard of Husband Pa At times she was unable to move at all while at all times walking was painful I pre seated her with a bottle of Chamberlains Palo Balm after a few applications she bid It was the most wonderful pate re lover she hid ever tried in fact she Is never without It nowand is at all times able to walk Au occasional application ef Palo Balm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale by W N Craig Have you a good minister P asked a summer visitor of a rural resident In EnglandWaal would be of be warnt quite so grasplnV How does ho show he Isgrasplng P Waal last winter when we gave him a donation party an carried him a lot of o vegtables and other truck an 10 In money be warot wlllln that the money should go on his salary But I suppose he doesnt get a very large salary Waal purty tair1160 a year R H Plant president of the I C Plant Js Sons Bank and the First Na tional Bank which were closed at Ma con Ga killed himself Be had been confined to his home by Illness for soy oral days Unnoticed be sllpded away from his nurse secured a revolver and shot himself through the head He was found dead on the back porch of his residence Rheumatlo Pains Relieved The prompt relief frothtbo severe pains of sciatica and rheumatism which Is afforded by Chamberlains Pain Balm Is alone worth many times its cost Mr Willard 0 Vale of poughkcopsleN Y writes I am troubled with rheumatism and neuralgia of the nerves and Chamberlains Pain Balm gives relief quicker thanI any liniment I bavo over used For sale by W N Craig S W Burke Sons of Junction City have sold a half Interest In their livery business to James Clarkston ofI that place and the business will hereafter be conducted lo the firm name 01i Burke Clarkston Both Mr Burko and Mr Clarkston are energetic en terprising business men and the new firm will doubtless command a large patronage Advocate Adjt Gen Haly has been notltled that the Inspection of the Kentucky militia madoTecently and reported to the war department shows the body to be In excellent condition and entitled to receive the benefits under Section 14 of the mllltla laws of the United States The wife of W H vllle died in Louisville FrldlIi NEWS NOTES Brandenburg went dry 70 to 73 Tillman Kaufman of Leo county was killed by a falling tree Tha flagship Kentucky has reached New York from the Far East thejcoca One man was killed and 41 Injured In Grandfo Ill and penniless In a strange land Alice E Victoria Murphy of England committed suicide ID San Francisco Louis Roth who killed Charles Keel er at Boonvllle lad with an umbrel la was acquitted on the groundof self dereDeILeeI county Va aged 04 Sbe bad member of the Methodist church for 81 years Cossacks attacked the Korean garri son at Kea Kow This Is the first col lision between the Russians and the Koreans John Hathaway formerly a noted jockey has been sentenced to be banged at Winchester July 10 for the mur der of his mistress Dr Meckllng of the Y MC A Is organizing a crack company for the First Kentucky Regiment to bo made up of Y M C A members Rev W W Armour of Sacramento this State who killed his son with a wagon brake Is In jail at Calboon Ho says he will make no defense Revenue officers destroyed the larg eat moonshine still ever known In eastern Kentucky In Pike county It bad a capacity of 300 gallons per day The damage as a result of floods In tbo Casbo la Poudro valley InColorada Is estimated at 1000000 The bodies of four flood victims have been found at Cheyenne Wyo Hon Peter Staub former mayor of Knoxville and minister to Switzerland during Clevelands first administra tion died In Knoxville as the result of Injuries received In a runaway Richard Stnbaughs skull was crush ed at Central City with a stone thrown by Jesse Robertson a Negro porter at the L sir N depot and his recovery Is Impossible The Negro was arrested and lodged In jail which Is guarded for fear of mob violence The 67th annual conclave of the Grand Commander of Kentucky Knights Templar closed at Frankfort to meet next year at Richmond Thom as P Satterwblte of Louisville was elected Grand Warden and Mason P Brown of Frankfort Grand Captain of the Guard The Kentucky State Medical Asso clatloo at Its meeting In Lexington elected the following officers Presi dent Dr F B Clarke Lexington vice presidents L L Robertson Bell county A S Cooko Wayne county Butler Llttlepage Powell county see rotary James B Bullltt Louisville treasurer Y B McClure Lexington Dr J G Carpenter of Stanford was elected councillor for this district- A Winchester dispatch says Local option prevails In four of the five voting precincts of this city while In the fifth the present city coiinoll bad refused to grant city license and no sa loons had been open since the first of the year Last night a special meeting of the city council waa called at which two of the antisaloon members were not present and eight saloon licenses were granted and are now In full blast This action created quite a sensation The Russian government hue receiv ed confirmatory news of a successful sortie made by the forces of GOD Stos lei against the Japanese at Port Ar thur It Is claimed at St Petersburg that tbo Japanese were defeated with the loss ol 1000 killed or wounded white the Russian lots was 110 killed or wounded Dispatches to London pa pars say the Russian cruiser Bogatyr which was stranded on the rocks near the entrance to Vladivostok was blown up to keep the vessel from falling Into the hands of the Japanese Other report from the theatre of war tell only of minor skirmishes with varying re suite Do IT To PAY The timeworn in junction Never put off til tomorrow what you can do to day Is now gener ally presented in this Do 1t today That Is the torso advice wo want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps wee era Take some reliable remedy for It ro DAYand lot tnat remedy be Dr Boschoes Gorman Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter bow deep eeated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lunge German Syrup will surely ef feet a curoa It has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of rflI HUSTONVILLE Jess Rout Is at home from Burcildo the boating season having closed on ac count of low water The A J Adams lot on Main Street was bought by A B C DIoMlddlewbo will build splendid livery barn on it and stock It wltn first class rigs Irene daughter Mr and Mr Em mete McCormack Is seriously III with little hope of recovery Tbo family has the sympaty of the entire commun sty The 10yearold son of John S Murphy was severely hurt by falling and striking his head oaa joist lo the building bejng erected by C W Ad ems Toe marriage of Miss Mary the ac complished daughter of Mrs L B Ad ems and Mr Lee Terbune of Brad fordsyllle is announced to occur at her homo on West Main June 29 Pipes Johnson have bought the livery business of Pipes Bros and will continue business at the same stand for the present They expect however to locate In a more central part of town In the near future Mr Wm Bogle and wife of Owens boro are visiting relatives here Mr Bogle Is agent for the L N at his home Mrs Millie Moreland former ly of this place but now of Brooklyn N Y Is visiting Mrs Blain Building material Is coming In from Louisville Cincinnati and St Louis on almost every train and work on the buildings Is progressing satisfactorily with the exception of a little delay on the metal front of C W Adams build ingMrs Rider wife of Capt Josh Rider died Sunday at Kldds Store Mrs RI- der was a native of England and was highly educated She was born on the same day with Queen Victoria with whom she was well acquainted Continued Inquiry for town lots In our city and the Interest manifested by the entire community lo the bright prospects of our future gives confi dence lo our fondest hopes being real ized Come and get In the push Cowan McCormack shipped a car load of fat hogs to Cincinnati for which they paid 40 They bave shipped three cars of wool and have more yet to go The parties for whom these gentlemen buy called them up by telephone and said Py dat vool Cawan and they have obeyed orders CHURCH MATTERS Dr William Burt of Italy was elect ed Bishop by the Methodist general conferenceThe charges before the Meth odist General Conference at Los Ange les were not sustained RoY H F Flsk of Northwestern University Academy Chicago has re signed after 30 years service Rev R H Cross field of Owensbo ro closed a successful revival In the 10th street Christian church at Bow Hag Green Saturday There were 47 additions to the church during his brief stay The Methodist General Conference at Los Angeles elected three more bishops They are Dr Henry Spell meyer of Newark N J Dr William F McDowell New York and Dr Jas W Bashfnrd of Delaware O The Northern Presbyterian General Assembly has Informed the Southern Presbyterian Assembly that It has re tracted all aspersions and charges made by previous assemblies reflecting on the Christian character of the Pres byterian Church of the United States and Is ready at any time to confer on the subject of closer relations Judge Warner E Settle of the Kentucky court of appeals was elected moderator of the Cumberland Presbyterian General Assembly at Dallas Texas Judga Settle who Is regarded as favoring union with the Presbyte clan church received 153 votes to 70 for Judge Prendergaat of Texas who Is said to be opposed to tho consolida Ion of ttto two churches The Brady Union Stockyards Com pany of Atlanta was placed In the hands of a receiver by petitioning cred itors Judge Newman of the United States District Court named T D Meadow vice president of tho Lowery Bank as receiver The liabilities of the firm are placed at 125000 the as sets at 8180000 Drink today and drown all sorrow you shall perhaps not do it tomor row The foregoing toast todeatb was found In the pocket of J W Bruce of Richmond Ky who was found dead In bed at the Sliver House St Louis Sat urday It Is bolleved the Alabama democrat ic convention which will meetatBlrm lngbamwlll send an uninstructed dele gallon to the National convention Sick headache results from a disorder stomach and Is quickly cured by Cham berlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by W N Craig t t Your Clothes Tell A good deal about you People pass judgment on you by your appearance gohandinhandOne vill give desiredsuccessfulyou the appear ance Come in and try one on and be convinced sr T o mILLER Danville IU THE GLOBEI VEHICLES I arssr If you need a New Turnout this Spring some thing service able in the way o- fPhaetons Runabouts Buck boards Buggies Carriages or Cnrts both Steel or Rubber Tire See our Stock You cant beat us in either price style or quality Our Buggy HARNESS is as good ns you can buy for the money Big stock on hand Conic and see us Higgins MKinne y STANFORD KENTUCKY To Close Out Our Business Our Large Stock of Monuments Markers And Headstones The Greatest Opportunity ever Offered in Lexington tisrssasThis work is of the best grades in Marble nUll Granite and of new and artistic designs Call at once and make a selection if you are in need of any kind of Cem etery Work It will bo lettered in the best style and delivered and set up in the Lex ington or other Cemeteries or delivered securely H rJedon the cars TUB Lexington monument Go 540 West Main Street LEXINGTON KY Some Hoss Segse Reasons whya tin root not a sheet iron is the best roof made 1st It will last three times as long as the best shingle and will cost very little moro 2nd It will conduct lightning as good as any lightning rod if the gutter is connected to a tile with downspout 3rd There is 50 per cent less danger of fire and it will reduce the insur ance enough to pay tho difference between it and a cheap roof See S II Aldridge tho tinner and plumber that does the work Phone No 11G S H ALDRIDGEDe- pot Street Stanford Ky GO TO W B McRoberts FOR 1 ILAN DRETHS GARDEN SEED DRUGGISTSTANFORD 1 IIGARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS I f HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HARVEY HELM candidate for oIIVeu In this the uHghthdbnkLctttlc party HON D L MOORE of Meresr county Is eandldate for Congress In the Eighth district to succeed Hon G G Gabert sub the sof emocratlc party Year sup the 4rtro cirncttly d G O GILBERT Of Shelby Is a candidate for Congress wfcj l tfce action of the demoaatkpaz1yR CourtIsectTHOMAS D NEWALND SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject ts tbe action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD 10 a canaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject la lk action of the democratic p- artyTJEFF HILL SRrla a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject te Ibo action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN U candidate for sherifl of Lincoln county subjected la action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS fa a candidate for SherIff of Lincoln county subject M ne action of the democratic party DINK FARMERJ Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tte action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAVSIIt a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the faoocratlc party W I HERRIN tIIt a candidate for Jailer subject to the salon of the waocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT It a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Uncoln County subject to the of the demo trttJc party MISS KATE BOGLE It a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools af Lincoln County subject to action of the cratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sUb feet to the action of the democratic party DC ALLEN- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub led to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of tne democratic party W A CARSON acandUate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub lectlto the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sobjec to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to tie action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE- Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the nomination for State Senator In this dlttrkt subject to the action of the democratic party BON G O GILBERT leems to have resorted to Col Dan L Moorea tac tloa of claiming Having admitted that be was defeated If the committee did not rescind Us action and call a primary and the committee of course ignoring bli demands be Is now trying to make up for lost time by claiming every county In tbe district tbe earth and tbe fence enclosing i4tA careful survey of the situation ano t4 visit to several counties makes us absolutely sanguine of Mr Helms success In lauding tbe nomination tbe big claims made by Messrs Gilbert and Moore tq the contrary notwithstanding The ovation given Mr Rein at Mt Vernon yesterday showed very clearly what tbe good county of Rockcastle Is going to do for Lincolns favored ion THE Negroes of the Tenth Congres sional district of Tennesse Memphis have Issued a call for a national con vention to nominate a Negro ticket for president and vice president But whats the use of that Teddy Is ac ceptable to tbe Negro and there Is no reason why they should turn him down Put Booker Washington on for second place and tbe team should please the most fastidious colored Jtom lan AND now tbe Danville Advocate has taken the stand to testify against Wil liam Randolph Hearsts fitness as pres idential timber We thought the Mt Vernon Signal had settled Mr Hearsts hash for all time to come but It seems that Brer Menefee thought It necessa ry for him to some In and help kill the New Yorker a little deader Whose time Is It next Jo A PAm ER cnalrman of the Pop ulist National Committee says that his party convention would probably be postponed until aftpr the democratic convention In order that Hearst might be Indorsed should tbe democrats name him Mr Parker says that Populists favor Hearst over any othortq as t and will support him solidly Fr Tbe great trotter Blugln sold for 132000 at Readvllle Mass t CxJar LANCASTER Mr Henry Clay Jennings lies criti cally at his home on Richmond St The first Ice cream supper of the sea son was given by the W C T U la die In the Rest Room Friday evening A neat sum was realized but the eve ning was too cool to bring out a large John C Taylor of Lexington who gave an argan recital hero some weeks ago will render tbe music for commencement Tuesday evening She will be the guest Mrs MoRoberts while here The Lancaster ball team defeated C 110 U hcrol Friday In a onesided game Tbe home boys knocked two pitchers out of the box the score being 20 to 5 The Lancaster Graded School team will play IHarrodsburg Thursday at Nlcholasvlllo In the Blue Grass Tour namont The Graduates Cla ss Day program was held on Thursday afternoon In the college chapel The members of the class acquitted themselves with credit The audience was large and attentive acd altogether It was one of the delightful entertainments ever given In the chapel Rev Benry Faulconer conducted the morning service at the Cbrletlanchurch and the sermon was greatly enjoyed as well as being sprotttable Miss Mabel Lervlne of BloomQeld Is the guest ofE Miss LoulselFarrls Miss Llllle Noel of Danville Is here this week Mrs Georgia Luck Is visiting relatives In Knoxville Miss Mary GUI has returned from a visit to Mrs Klnnalrd at Mlddlesboro Miss Ingles of Richmond Is tbe guest Mies Sallle Adams Mrs Bowman after an extended visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Anderson has re turned toil Flemingeburg Mica Lula McClure of Crab Orchard has beenj the guest of Mrs A H Bastin JasIAnderson of St Louis has been withI his mother here Mrs John Green leaf has returned to her home In RlcbI mond after a visit to Mrs Emma Kauf mann Mrs Alex West has returned from a visit to her daughter at Nicbo lasvllle Mrs Crow of Louisville Is with her father Mr A B Brown TIm Anderson is at borne after a trip with a surveying party POLITICAL George W Coulter has announced for sheriff of Boyle Clark Harbison will be his deputy if elected Supt John W Rawllngs has an nounced for reelection as superinten dent of schools of Boyle county The Illinois republican convention adjourned until a week from to day without nominating a candidate for governorPostmaster General Payne says that the receipts of the pottotllco depart moot for the fiscal year ending July 1 will approximate 1144100000 The democratic Congressional cam paign managers are confident the next House will be democratic Corpora done and corruption will be one of the Issues the republicans will have to faceMayor Tom L Johnson In a speech before the democratic Congressional convention at Cleveland paid a high tribute to Joseph W Folk of Mlreouri and said he should be kept In mind by the democrats at their coming National convention In this Issue of tbe Casey County News appears the announcement of Bon R L Hubble democratic candi date for Slate Senator We have no doubt as to the genuineness of his de mocracy and If republican recommen dation Is worth while to a good demo crat we cheerfully ask the Casey de mocracy to support him In his race Allle Young Talks Judge Allle W Young of Mt Ster ling and Congressman Kehoe of Mays vllle met In this city today In a con ference over the situation In Kentucky especially tbe succession to the chair manship of tbe State central commit tee Judge Young said after the meet- Ing I have never stated to any one as has been published from time to time that I would be a candidate to succeed myself as chairman of the State com mittee but I say now that I am not nor shall I be a candidate and this is the first declaration I have made In that connection My duties as Judge and private matters demand my time and attention Yes I had a conference here today with Congressman Kehoe and If he desires tbe chairmanship of the State committee being a friend and neigh bor I will support him It will be determined in a few days whether or not Mr Keboe Ill be a candidate At any rate tbere will be a candidate to test the chairmanship with Mr Mo Quown Yes Mr McQuown Is under stood to be the candidate of the State AdministrationMr that he was a part of the Hearstorganlzatlon In Kentucky and said he had no choice for presiden tial npmlnee Be declared that published state went concerning his Intention to be factional In recognizing contesting del egations to the State convention to be entirely false He refused to forecast the action of the convention Cincin nati dispatch to Courier Journal IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIESI Dr W H Bentley stock after a lingering Illness of tv t phoid feVe- rChristopher Jackson a prominent citizen of Doyle died from tho effects of a mule kick W B Burt one of Adair countys most prominent citizens died suddenly of heart disease- J D Dclveaux aged 70 years is dead at Danville He bad been In bus iness there 39 years The State grand encampment of Odd Fellows closed its session at Mlddlcsbo to meet next year In Louisville The Q Si C had another freight wreck near Danville An engine and eight freight cars wore smashed but nobody was hurt William Reynolds was sentenced to four years In tbe penitentiary for tho murderjt ira Steele at Corbin The jury was out two days While showing his skill on a bicycle at Junction City John Wlugato tell from me wheel fracturing his skull and breaking his shoulder The graduating class of Central Uni versity this year numbers 29 The class has chosen as its lDottolITo is better to have come and loafed than never to have come at all Tbe people of Junction City are con siderably alarmed over tbe disappear of Miss Bessie Durham the 17 yearold daughter of Ben W Durham She left Friday night and nothing has been heard of her since- LIBERTY Rev J Q Montgomery Is holding a meeting at Lebanon Several of our young folks will go on a fishing excursion down Green River tbe latter part of tbe week The examination of white teachers county certificates was hold here Friday and Saturday There were 34 teachers present Miss Lucille King will leave Thurs day for Louisville to visit friends MIST Pearl Montgomery Is at home from Hamilton College Mlle Viola Ferrell of Mlddleburg Is the guest at tho home of Judge Tilford Miss Cora Wesley entertained a number of her young friends Friday evening Misses Ollie Rice and Lucy Bell ol Dunnvllle were the guests of Mrs Henry Thomas Messrs Jason Wes ley John Whlpp John Fitzpatrick Harvey Bartle A flames and Misses Margaret Gadberry Lynn Hansford Elizabeth Gadberry and Katberlne Warren attended tbe oratorical contest at Mlddleburg last Wednesday night Miss Lela Montgomery has returned home from Mlddleburg Nor mal College Dr W W Phillips who recently graduated from Louisville Dental College Is In Dunnvllle thus week Sam L Coffeyof Adair county was here to attend the examination of teachers Prof J W Davis of Mid dleburg was at this place Friday Mrs H R Camnltz of Hustbnvllte Is vie iting friends here NOTICE Tbe heirs of Mrs Eliza betb CrutchQeld deceased have decld ed that her farm on Hawkins Branch shall be sold privately Tbe place must Ibe sold by June let If you want it now Is tbe time to put In your bid For fur tber particulars address or see L R Hughes Stanford KyaAfter robbingastore Louis P Scbaffner fell from the tecondstory window and broke his neck In Indian apolis His body was found several hours afterward By tbe will of Miss Victoria Jackson of Bowling Ureen her handsome home there Is to bo transformed Into a Cum berland Presbyterian Orphans Home Rt Rey William George McCloskey Bishop of Louisville has completed his 30th year In that olllce Be Is 81 years old and has been a priest 52 years James R Renfro of Middleicoro died suddenly while bathing THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Hockor Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Lou- isUMBRELLAS Recovered and and made almost canIrepairers and for less money Give me a trial FRANK Anting Stanford FOR SALE Residence with S rooms halls and porches cistern servant room coal house hen house stable and buggy shed with X acres of land on Danville street 34 of a mile from court house just outside of town llmltsand within 400 yards of graded school For Information apply to II J MROBERTB Stanford Ky GILT EDGE JR Saddle stallion Dark bay i6J hands high has proven himself a breeder of fint class saddle horses lie was sired by Gilt Edge he by On rime First dam by Dennys Dice non 2nd dam by Onstotts 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 Preachersville Stanford pike at SO to insure a living D M coliI t II NOTICE am handling a lot ot young horses Have an experienced driver and to da ho work Mjr charges are f IS per month Hones alto handled on commission L O DUNN Ml Salem Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or unv kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J Z T M holmes II V Nand J B OamenU li Peter Dalmor W II Johnson Mrs Mary GIvens David Stephens James 11 White and wife Carlton II HawVlni Mrs Mary B Welch It A Lawrence Frank Oordter Mrs A D Root 8am V Iloynolds Morgan Humphrey C T wllUon EAGLE BIRD Tie mighty ton of the great King naglo- Knklo Bird an a show ttalllon has but few equal lie won the INN take at Lexington I v defeatln some of tin greatest hones that Kentucky has ever produced Eagle nird as a sire of good colored lite finished hones is not surpassed 1IU emit stein demand and are selling for hIgh prices either for business or breeding per poses Will make the present season at the stable of hu owner two miles west of Stanford on the Shelby at the low price of 110 to Inure allying colt Parting with the mate forfeit tbe Insurance JAB II WOODS Stanford Ky INABOTH JR Naboth Is a beautiful dark bay with heavy mane and tall with good bone plenty ot ityleand Bnlih and hu extreme high and It worked would step as fast as actlolloI both his sire lie II over 18 hands weighs I US pounds and only 0yearsold this May lie Is by the wellknown Naboth First dam Messenger Chief Jr 2nd dam by Crlt Davis 3rd dam Thorol1jthI bred Naboth will make the at our stable In Stanford at the low price ot 11390 to Insure a living colt Money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted with Maros traded or removed from this county forfeit the Insurance and the money Is due Naboth Is considered by the best borseI men to be the best horse In Kentucky to breed to for highclass harness hones Bee him before you breed J It IlEALEY Stanford Black PrinceIllack Prince wu sired by Emperor 87 dam Imp Jenny June Black 1rlmo wa lId by Shelby TeTII Is 1511 hand high black with white point and ts a good led vidual never resp- ectColonel BrightSired by Prince Napoleon 1st lam by Spanish rrlnce Snd dam II Oordovtr ltd by Jack Ooioeelllirightwas bred by T II Bright of lloyle He Is 16 14 bands hIgh black with while points and one of the best Individuals tbe country These jacks will make tbe present season at the J F Cook farm S milt Stan ford at fI to Insure a living colt Money due whn colt is foaled or when mare ire ded orbred to other stock J O KRUH KING EAGLE la1S hands King 3 inehe high dark bay goes all the gaits with plenty of uyle and action sired by Roya- lking lit dam Ea le Bird Sad dam by lied blMillerthoroughbredNOT King was sired by the gnat On TIm and ta a brother to tbe gmat ver and Allle O the great show mare that sold for 11000 King Eagles god dam b the dam of Minnie Boyo tbe great show mare that Matt Ooben won everywhere with In 1895 and sold for 300 King Eagle will make the present season of at stable 3H mites west Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the low price of 110 to Insure a living colt Will also stand the great mulo and Jennet Jack ly Keene at 110 tor mares for Jen nets to Insure a living colt Dilly Keene was sired by the great Tom Keene lit dam by the Imported Palermo rod dam LevI Hubble Prince tbe sire of Joe Blackburn and Brlgnolla Billy Keene stands roll 18 hands Igh blrck with white points and- a IU breeder he Is unsurpassed al a mule or Jennet Jack Ills colts will show fortbem elves Will also Ut that great young Jack Jim Keene servo a few outside mares at 10 to Insure living colt Mares tded lrrted with or bred elsewhere forfeit the Insurance and money becomes due at the time of such transaction For farther particulars call on or address 8 T HAIUU9 Stanford Ky Phone 72 Ring 3 DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 FULL BROTHER TO ESTELLE 219 Sired by ZlksJI GoMJiwt 4400 by GoMOwt iw nJ he by Vermont Morgan 1Dorsey GoUJmti grand dan on tires sUe was by the Imp Arabian StalMon Zlkall Ills dam It Florence by GoIJtfI Mlnro elder a son of Gaffs Morgan making nhn Intensely Inbred Morgan SliHton descending from Jutten on both sties The test family of road horse ever known Dorsey Golddust Is a dark dappled bay full 6 hands and weighs two pounds a proven and uniform breeder of highclass road and easertn horses corn Dining all the qualities for saddle ant harness and art In demand at top prices Ibis the champion saddle and combined relJlnR of the American liars Shows loot t Jack O Dlamaodsstsnds to hll credit to of his colts sold last year for Jiojjo and ijoa was refuted fora walktrot mare by him Ills aervl ces are offered fur less than any horse of his produc lnpqutaeesItKentucky Will stand at my farm S2OTO INSURE CdLT French Conch Stallion QUASI NO 2127 Slud looks of America also In RepubilgueFrancaiseliaraNatlnaueNoi36Winter Ex position Parts 89e competing over lions In show tint Imported by W II Tichenor ro of Chicago m rage bay black points small star 11 hands high weighs In working order 1150 pouuds Sired by the French Government Stallkin France dam Charmantle by U Dord and and dam by Revolution extended pedigree framed Quasi has never been beaten In the show ring sure breeder of large tint high style and big acting colts and very kind to handle Invite the attention of breeders to my colts by him to be seen on my farm jo of his get out of all kinds of mares Quasi will make the season of at mv turn a Ia miles from Stanford on the Huttonvllte pike at SIts TO INSURE A COLT Money due when colt drops or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept at 6oc per week on grass no responsibility for accidents or escapes The best o careful given and no accidents so far Tom Koenot JrWill make the season at same place at 3s to Insure a colt This lack Is almost a counterpart of his s and e from breeding should prove a high class and breeds jack on 014 ughhls oltl Ills bd1St no dam surerlor Is by Cleaver and by Giant jrd by Wet End 4th by Grt- Weslern Phone in Danville F REID Address Stanford or Danville Brand Leaden Cost Price SaleI On account of Uio bnckwnrU season wo find wo ore overstocked In nearly every lino We are going to hold n special 10 day cost iiriuo sale livery thing sold nK advertised come etirly ns tho assortment Is sure to be brokoil wrlyWhllo blue and bJuck voile 38 inches vide nil wool prlue Ode for 10 ilajw 19o por YOIdIiWMneh inohulr black blue and gray the OOc kind for 10 days lOa yarirJOlnoh black mohair Ube 81 kind for 10 days only 000 yard 10fnah black molmlr late 1136 kind for 10 days only 80o yard Ftatet 8125 voltes all 00101t11for 10 days only SUe rnrdtflOc Talleta sulks all tlr days only 90o yard 27Inch wash silks all colors rwtfulrtr 8S4I silks for 10 days only 3V 10Inch fine tatTitn silk worth 61 for 10 days only lie yard All colored tniloUi silks that tree 81 per yard now QOa Now crashes for hullo suits that worn 25c yard for 10 days Uto per ynrrt tMercerliml linen pr shirt wulut stilts that was S56c for 10 days tOo ynrd- Me morceriiod white goods tOt 10 days only 2 ynrd iWst dress gingham that wore lOo yncifc now 7c ynrtl Lawns In all colors at 4lo per yard 10 days only Ladies Muslin Underwear For 10 Days Only ISo corset covers IM 26 corset covers Ifio ISe corset covers lOe ro corset covers 38o 60o gowns 28c 75c gowns 3Od 9123 gowns SOo 36o drawer 10a SOc drawers 3l o Save tlmo and money hjr aitanding this solo NOTIONS RTC100 kid JlooliItIl colors 6fc 10 days only 3Ao ladles s- tan glove IGc for 10 days whlto homrtllchud handkoroubta 4c 20c Hamburg go at lOc yawl lOc Hamburg go at V yard Uw4LCY IIIOCK WATCH Otlt ADS THE GRAND LEADERMa BaLe y 0 Co S B Levy PENNYSIce Cream and Ice Cream Soda Is Cold Pure and HealthfulI- coIco Groom 3Oc Qt Croam Soda Be PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Ky u Corsets 35 Cents Corsets iVo are ot1 ring this week a special bargain in BUIII eight Irt Cor acts Itrgular anti Ginllo stylest Me quality nnly 3i CE NjS potpaid Onlore received and delivered only through the malls Wa have no More in Stanford but are doing a strictly mailorder bushieai Buying direct from the manufacturer nnd having no clerk hire rent or insurance to pay we are enabled to make very low prices on goods we handle iota WATCH OUR ADSICorrespondence regarding your wand solicited It will pay you to trade with TREAT A CO STANFORD KY t We are Now Showing A beautiful line of Ladies Slip pers manufactured by Kriffendorf Dittmann See our line WE PerkinsCrab 11Ky C R McCormack Dealer in Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries riot HarpwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High aestMarket Price for Country Pro C R McCormack Hustonville PRESTON NO 922 This premium saddle stallion of the world season of 1904 at the stable of C Dailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 12 years old Ijt hands high a perfect m with great style action Preston was sired by Washington No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 1st dam Delia by Koderick 2nd dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned J T Crenshaw of Lexington Ky and Montgomery Chief owned by Ball Bros Why you breed to Preston I Because he is the greatest haw horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great show horses such as Electra that was told to Senator Vare for 2000 Rebecca that sold at New York Exchange to George Watson for ICjo Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Bro that won more premiums in saddle and combined rings than any three yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for AJOO 3 Because he is the only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for 5000 4 Because he won the championship the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 5 Because he has won more money in the show ring than any other sessile stal lion in Kentucky 6 I will be glad to show him to anyone at my stable and invite those wishing to breed to a tine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at f10t- he season or 4MB to insure a living colt isC BAILEY Stanford Ky rt Dr OS Williams DENTIST All work guaranteed and rea sonable Hustonville Kentucky CLEANING HOUSE I N You may need nuwcarpeu mattlnp oil cloth rugs shade lace curtains tacks curtain poles pictures frames screens posse purtoln doors windows gl tables chairs safes wardrobes couches dressersawasbitands belle springs mnttrrter chamber suits water sets lumps chiffoniers folding beds washing machines wring ers wall jwwr carpet paper trunks tube scope carriage paint house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY i EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I having been in Tailoring business all my life I fool confident in saying I icprcsent one of the best tailoring firms in tbe country With my experience in taking measures end dlrectons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my manlpatron in this line will bear mo are the same as inex perienced men who are In tbe business ye k I also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suitlngb I will Out and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank- Ing you for pest favors I am yours II C RUPLEY the Tailor r d I tTA CONSOLIDATIONWe have moved our two large stocks into the West or main room where they are stacked to the ceiling We are crowded and in order to make room we will present such values as were never offered t before in Stanford The prices in many instances are cut half in two The late Spring has hindered the moving of seasonable goods and this with the over supply makes it necessary to offer such great re i ductions BEGINNING JUNE 1ST we will put these two great stocks on the market for CASH You will get more than you thought it possible to buy for so little money Watch next ad I SEVERA1fCE SON ST JSTFOIFtlX tTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL SUHFOIW KT MAY 21 1001 s We bavo lust received a ihlpmeat of Colgate fc Company I Toilet Soap Our line of oap It now larger than aver before and wo tblnk that tram this aiiortmont anyone can Ood a loap that will please Stanford KJIPERSONALS W W BAYS quite sick fMR U L II RIG UT of Wilton li with hit parents ROUT COFFKY wont up to London Sunday to lee his boat girl Q C THOMPSON of London tMR a few hour Sunday MISS MAUDE DEST of the Wen End has been with Miss Abble Lute Bid J O Llvlncriton will preach at White Chapel Sunday morning at 11 oclock MRS W O WITHERS and baby want to Smiths Orovo Saturday to via It her ellter e MR W LOGAN WOOD and wife of Dinvllle iprent Sunday with the lat tars parents hero REV AND MRS W E ELLIS arrly ed yeiterday from Cynthlaoa and are Rueil of Mood here Miss CLYDE McGINNIS and Mr Marvin Bryant of Danville wero guests of Miss Polly Tray lor OR W M DOOR fJot Crab Orchard attended the burial of bit relative Calvin Doorei at Bowling Green Miss BELLE ROOT who has been ill for a long time U able to resume her duties at the D i D ichool Danville MR A D ROOT JR li back from Rooevelt O T to stay a month or so with hit mother He U greatly pleat ed with the Southwest MR W C MULLINS of Llvlnetton a good man and a Simon pure demo crat U a candidate for Prison Commit loner We hope ho will win MIss CORA LUTS of Huitonvtlle took Friday train for fig Stone Gap Va She will visit other elite in the Old Dominion before her return MR JOUN BUCHANAN of the Cou rier Journal Job Printing Co was on Saturday train Bo was en routo to- Crab Orchard to spend Sunday with his aged mother MRS W 0 LACKEY presided at the punch table during the entertainment of the Kentucky Prow Association e which was given In the Kentucky eliding at the Worlds Fair MRJ L MYER3 and bride of Can oel City were guests at the homo of Mr n 0 Lutes Mr Myer 1a Lin cola county boy and la rapidly coming to the front In railroad circle MR UWENS P TERRILL who for tome time bas lived at Norman O T U back In Oarrard delighted to be In Old Kentucky again He will BO back to Oklaboma but will wind u0 hla bull Dell ai quickly at possible and return to his native State MRS SUSAN HARRIS dos Mri Oeo D Wearen and pretty little daughter of Paducah wore hero Saturday route to Garrard to vials relative Mrs W area told ui that bar husband U now In business at Cairo III and that they will make their home at that place DR W B OBANNON of Stanford wee one of tho bolated attendants on the K S M A Ho got In In time to hake a foot at the ball LexIngton Domocrat But well wager ho did not Mhake his pedal extremities The doc tor U too good a member of the Chris 1ian church to do such a naughty thing ROUT WOODS returned yesterday from Phoenix Arizona where be has boon lome time for the benefit of hip health The stay has materially Im proved him but ho Is delighted to bo at home again Samuel Barrie who with hls mother and brother have boon In Arizona for two year returned with Mr Wood II brother James li well and strong again and will be at home In July MRS W P WALTON and children left yesterday for Stanford whore they are guests of her father Mr J S OWl ley Sr Mrs Walton had planned to- go later for this visit but changed tho time for an earlier date to bo present her cousin Mile An h at tho wedding of ale Shanks to non H K Bourne which will be celebrated on the 25th Also to take part In the numerous anti nuptial festivities to be given In honor couple Lex Leaderof the popular MESSRS J F CCMMINS and F S MoClary wore In Lexington Sunday Mns W O SiBBD le visiting her slater Mr MoKlnney at Livingston MBSSRB W I HBRIUK and It G Jones attended court at Mt Vernon yesterday MRS WM MORELAND ot Lexlnc too li hero to attend the Dourno Shanks wedding MR AND MRS 0 D MURPHY and eon of Lebanon Junction are visiting their parents at Kowlnod MR W W WITIIERS went to Cin cinnati this morning to buy Rood the Wither Furniture Co forI MR D O SlPPLES and son of Moreland went to Wllllamiburg Friday to attend the commencement exorcise of the male college there MRS WM COSUY and daugbterUUi Napballo of Chattanooga and Miss Margaret Davie of Danville and R E Morelind of Lexington aro with Mrs W O Shank MISSES ANNIE DUNN Josephine Warren Alice Alcorn and Nannlq Reid tbe latter ot Danville hove returned from the oral ichool at Mt Airy Pa full 8edged graduate GeORoE D FLOnENCE bae our thanks for an Invitation to the commencement exercises of Georgetown College wblch occur tho week of Juno 5 Mr Flor goes will be one of the graduates PROV M O WINFREY principal of the high ichool at Mlddleiboro has been secured by Prof J D Clark lu perlntendeot of tbe Fayetto county schools to conduct the institute tbli year LOCALS SUMMER lap dusters at J C MoCla ry4 y HAVE you noticed Treat it Cos ad on U5o corcol1 2t yBUY the Model Range of S P Gray Stanford +FRANK CORDIBR Rowland poet matter la Improving and enlarging his property Lee Stone sod George Logan are doing the work KUOENK REID loonof Boyle Reid formerly of this county died la Danville Sunday of typhoid fever Be was 24 years old and was a fine young manR E LEI BUlB bought of MGRey holds eight acres of the place he recently bought of G B Cooper at 1100 The land adjoins Mr Sims property and U unimproved A MASS convention of democrats will be held at the courthouse In Stanford on Saturday June 4 to elect delegates to the State convention to be hold In Louisville J F Holdam chairman MADE MouvMr D C Sipple who has bought and sold about 170000 pounds of tobacco during too last year II over SSOOO to the good In his dealt 110 held about 40000 when the big advance came and of course sold ItIHATS off to Mitt Katherine Warren tour efficient compositor who made up- last weeks Issue of this paper owing to part of the olSco force being unable to work Sbo set the type made up the forms folded and mailed the pa port then distributed tho typo and had her usual early hour Saturday evening Casey News HALEyEthel Lee Hnloythe bright little daughter of Mrs A F Haley died at her home at Lebanon Junction of measles and pneumonia and the re mains wero brought to this placo and Interred Sunday afternoon after ear ylce by Rev J W Hagln at 2 oclock Only about a month ago her father was burled In Buffalo cemetery HUIHILE Mr R L Hubble one of Lincoln countyi staunchest citizens and beet democrat announces this is sue his candidacy for State Senator In this district composed of the counties of Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Casey Took as his legion of friends call him le a ucceisful farmer and mule raiser and dealer a straightforward honorable gentleman and a most excel lout citizen In every way He baa nor er before sought political preferment and now that he wants to go to tho Stato Senate his friends Intend to ace to It that hi ambition le realized Mr1 Hubble has always taken an Interest In politics has contributed liberally both of his time and meant to tbo good cause of democracy and It fully deserving of the honor ho eeeki willIoacheap If taken Immediately Call on S P Gray Stanford REMOVAL Dr AJones has re moved his dental office to the parlor of the Myeri house directly across the street from hit old office Tine Campbell Bgerman College Lexington will be represented by Miss Adele Hardlne of Pleaiurevllle In the llth annual contest hero June nhIROIIERT SHEARS of Danville le run fling his flying dutchman on the SbliDkl lot on East Main Street HO is the most popular man In town with tbo children CIRCUITbegunMt Ver non yesterday with a good crowd presI ant A big criminal docket It tried this term There are 16 price nor In jail awaiting their trials JUDOS JAMES P BAILEY decided 10I favor of the First National Bank ofI Stanford In the suit against It brought by Auditors Agent L R Hughe lorI tax on the surplus and undivided profits for the last five year The cue will be appealed SEVERANCE J S bare the Canon storeroom to M Levin of Cia cinnati who will open In it In a few days a big stock of clothing Messrs Severance Son have moved all of their big stock Into their main store formerly used by the LoulivUIe Store people TUE Baccalaureate sermon of Stan ford Female College will be preached at the Presbyterian church next Sun day rooming by the pastor Rev Gilbert Glass The commencemant exer ciao will be held at Walton Opera Rouse Thursday morning June 2nd at 10 oclock DEAD ttl9 INJURIES Walter Wesley aged 20 and son of Silas Wes ley a prominent citizen of Caiey coun ty and merchant and postmaster at Bethel Ridge died of spinal trouble having received Injuries of the spine In a football game at Barbourvllle where be was attending college a few week ago IN speaking of tbo appellate judges race the Mt Vernon Signal Bays Judge M C Sauflay of Stanford U a candidate for that honored position against Judge Cantrlll with fair pro pests of winning the nomination Judge Saufley It an able conscientious judge and a brilliant lawyer ripe in exper ience and tnbolarly attainments end It I creaily to be hoped that he will be a winner In the coming 6jfbIt REV GEO 0 BARNES II preaching to large crowds at Plnevllle The courthouse thero was refused him but one of the churches was unanimous tendered to him and he le using It He will co to Harlan Courthouse to morrow and preach until tho JUt and from there to Wllllamiburg for a week preaching Ho will preach at Somerset from Juno 7 to W and at Moo tlcello from Juno 14 to 20 AT IN8Mra John G Atkla died at her home near Rowland yesterday of Strangulated Umbilical Hernia after a brief Illness Mrs Atklnt was a daughter of Mr and Mrs W E Amon end was a most excellent Christian woman She was a devout member of the Baptist church ao affectionate wife and tender loving mother The hut band and children have much sympathy In thou great loss Rev J W Hagln will preach the funeral at 31 M today after which the romaine will bo laid to rest In Buffalo Cemetery Dr J A Amon and wife of Garrard are hero to attend the burial TilE Kindergartenmusic pupil of Stanford Graded School assisted by their little friends will give a little folks concert at Walton Opera House Tuesday evening May 31st The older pupils with tho chorus club will give a litIMary Big gins Kate Water Allie Huffman and Mary MoRoberta will give a piano re cital Thursday evening June 2nd byMrsTevleCapeotorand orStaDfordTheMontenegroItTllle will furnish the pianos for tho above recitals MISS MARY J McGrinB will repre sent State College in the elocutionary contest here TilE CranorSmlth umber Co of Mt Vernon will likely put In a mill at Crab Orchard Miss CAROLINE Williamtown has entered the annual tooteet which will be held hero Juno 17th TilE Ideal Entertainers gave two highly creditable and enjoyable entertainments at Walton Opera House Friday and Saturday nights but as usual the crowds were small Mr Stevens and Miss Norton are both good In tbelr several lines and It is a pity that more of our people did not take advan tage of the clever and cleac show they gave WHAT A BLUSH SALLY IsA blush le a temporary erythema and caloric effulgence of the physiognomy aetlologlzed by one perceptlvenest of the leniorlum when In a predicament of equlllbrlty from a tenie of shame anger or other cause eventuating In a pi real I of the vasomotor filaments of the facial capillaries whereby being divested of their elasticity they are suffused with a radiance effemcnattng from an Intimidated praecordla Ex change Administrators Notice I 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 NEW ILACKSMITH SHOP Ilarlng rented the Wm Daugherty black mlllivnopon went main street I am pre pared to all kinds of blackimlth and wood work I hue an experienced work man In charge Work guaranteed Olre me a call I wlllalso keepon hand all the time a tot of lumber of all kinds DARER WALLS Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office in Elmore Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky LUMBER WANTED I I want to buy stave spokes headings lumber logs de Will pay hlgliesl cash price at Morelatxl D U OPeyton A S PRICE SnrgeoaDentist Stanford Ky OllleeOTr UeBobtiUDrni Ston In tbs 0wsly BuUdlm SAM BAUGHMAN This well keown Jack will make Iho season of 1004 at my farm the Fleoner place near Turnenvllle at eight dollar to Insure a llr Ine colt lie It close to 16 hands U black with mealy points and U a sure foal getter n F CAIN Turnenvllle Ky FOR SALE I 21 acres of land situated In Lincoln coun tyKyonthe turnplko road leading from Stanford to 3 miles tram the former place In one of tho best neighbor hoods In the county well watered haa never and running streams on lame- andknownaateJohuBMurpbytarm All ot said farm In gran except about 30 acres acres In growing wheat which looks well Timothy All under good fence and good Improvements Anyone desiring to purchase a good will do well to sea me or wrlteme before purchasing GEO W CARTER Tnrnersvllle Ky In the District Court of the United States for the District of Kentucky la Bankruptcy In the matter of John Lutes a bankrupt on this 21st day of May A D1004 on con- siderIng tbe P the aforuaald bank rupt for discharge filed on the 2Ist day ot May A D 1801 ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the Hth day of June A D 1001 before said court at Covlhgton In said district at 10 clock In the forenoon or ax near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof bo published ono time In the Interior Journal a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons In Interest may appear at said time and place and show cause It any they have why the prayer ot said petitioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable AM- J Oocbran of said Court and the seal thereof at Richmond In said district on the 21st day of May A D 1001 Jos O Flnnell clerk W 0 Bennett deputy QUEEN QUALITY For Fit and Style There lire some Things which cant bo improved One of these things la the Queen Quality hoe for women You can make it more elaborate you can decorate it embellish it use costly materials and all that But for 1100 a pair You can not make a better shoe Than Queen Quality having regard solely to the two great essentials of FIT and STYLE This mean that mechanically it is perfect Ai for its appearance the fact that one hundred thousand women choose it instantly above all other shoos would teem to indicate that it is attractive Why dont you to so far as to try on a pair the next time yOU go to the store It cost nothing to see them fit your foot Boots 3OO Oxfords 250 Cummins B McClary Nortbcolts Stanford CRITERION On coat means great deal to the wearer Its the shoul of coat the close fit ting collar the perfectly built shaperetaining front that makes the wearer Look and feel well Dressed If you will wear Criterion suit you will be satisfied What more do you want 3HStanford Ky TRY ONE OF THESE f1t Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For Clean and Easy Shave you cant afford not to use CLAUSS RAZOR GEORGE H HARRIS A COt Stanford Kentucky Dr Gussie M Phillips OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH STANFORD HOTELlfaveTUESDAY THURSDAY and A M to 1 P M All chronic diseases and Nervous Diseases a Produce Wanted I eggshensbe convinced at n B K n a ders a a I a a colts cas traced by T F GROSS Preach ersvi1l iofJ doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Try him f I tIi a t THE JNTERIORJOURNAL inland n the post o9iee at Stanford as ttiondelau rnaf- ierrbiLahdTtxaeayS Fstdapa tt 11 PER YEAR CASH asr wanot iopatd aoo win bsehargd KNIXVILLEDIVISIINl t 11 Train going NorthtMpmnII It IS a SOIlOiM1217 am HoZJ II It p m BOB QUIS 66749 AJOO I will itand the above splendid Jersey bun at my place near water at 6180 rn adyance Return prtlIeges permttted j B OAMENISCH Stanford Ky J H IOONE t CO o Proprietors LIVERY KIND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Vail on ui on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal Portable Engine and Saw Mill Fr Sale r Will sell privately Will also sell a U borne engine boiler AU tn good a bargain to close up b lnessWWfll take part pay In lumber POWELL SWZEBEY Stanford Ky JJa1tJ TralorDtALItl IV WMsKi Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Carpenter House Close to STANFORD KY Prompt and polite attention Nothing but the see to drink Wt pbon er tel ir ta ntelw Dionpt attention FOR SALE Ten acres of land a twostory front seven room cottage The house U new A Iplen did garden orchard There Is a large mill on the place a good crusher dam Is In good realr and the natural power Is great economy In running tho mill Doe a business is In good repair and has aU neceualY outbuildings The owners only reason for selling Is toe rush of other business II he hv extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty Is on the Hanging Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a Vor furtherps rttcuhirs 80 Thurmond LytU Ky or L R IIcoiiES Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do Well to tH ua We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms will be to show anyone flaceItStable Stanford Ky I flpentIInsurance a of tho property owners In the counties Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking In surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low est poIIsible rates are guaranteed Phone 11- 2Stanford Kentucky 1111 TryfrIle llh 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months I was so ill that I was compelled to lie or sit down nearly all time My stomach was so weak and upset that I could keep on and I vomited frequently I couldnot urinate great pain andIcougheda much that were raw and sore The doctors nounced it Bright disease and consumptionIt they called it and I had no desire to live A sister visited me from St Louis and asked me if I had over tried Wine of Cardut I told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believe that it saved my life lbelieve many women could save much suffer ing it they but kneir of its value Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and do a woman work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Canlui from y druggist toIday WINE ClRDUI HAIRBALSAM roriooci a lanriant rr t- hNrr Fall to IlMloro ar dolorLLnnlpuuat Drum t THE Joseph Price Infirmary iopen all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Professional bill due when services are rendered and must bM paid promptly BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Ky Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horse handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection Bp DB Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J L BeazleyCo Undertakers and- Embalmers ALO DIAtaae r- eFurnltureatt1ngsRI r eThey will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Price tight STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c+ f4C JJ1 Y UNDERTAKER EHBlt And Dealear IB KAB1TESS SADDLERY fcO IItanrnt Ky GEORGE I ft GILLOCK UpToD- atoTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky Has removed to his new and elegant ly fitted rooms next door West of the P O Agency for firstclass Laundry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business solicited HUMMER JR Day stallion 15 34 hands a good indi vidual with abundant speed He is by Hummer 6112 sire of Bouncer 209 Stately 21I4 Spalpeen 212 Quickly 2144 215 t Speedon jigJi 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 performer to his credit Hummer Jrs dam is Zulma by the great Lord Russell dam Godiva by Auditor 773 Will stand at IO to insure a living co- ltHAPSBURG 509 161 hands high Dy Gloseter 26 imported ist dam Jolly by Wonderful Doy 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 bred Cleveland Coach Horse weighs 1275 pounds drives well genlfc and kind and high action Can show a mile better than thiee minutes Any one wishing a very high bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style speed and action should see this horse Will stand at 10 to insure a living colt Willalso stand a splendid jack at 10 Mares grazed at 8z per month which in all cases must be paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J K BAUGHMAN Hustonville PICK A WINNERI In a commu l a democrat and man Old Rob to exactly expresses the political sentiment of the Times that his article Is hereby printed In till Editor Times Let pick a winner but lot him be a democrat who has nev er faltered whobas run with the dam ocratlo party from eend to eend No man can got twothirds of the delegat ed vote atSt Louis unless ho be a true and tried democrat It Is very desira ble and wholly necessary to nominate a democrat that can poll the entire democratic vote and command the re spect and support of some of the lode pendent vote I understand that Judge Parker whose name you float at the masthead of The Times not only vot ed for that peerless leader W J Dry rn than whom no better friend of tbo great common people has lived since the days of Jefferson and Jackson but that be contributed liberally to the necessary expenses Holding the post Ion of the highest judge In the great State or Now York he has exorcised good taste and judgment and better politics In refusing to be dragged Into Cbe political prints but will at the proper time be heard from on the great questions that will be pertlnont In the coming campaign If Parker can not command the vote of a united democra cy Pick a Winner that can First let him be a democrat of unfal tering type Second a foe of the trusts and a friend of the people that can stand iqiarefooted upon the platform to be built at St Louis In July next Then let us all fall In line ands as Bishop Dudley once said of the church bo would give bis right hand to the Pope of Rome and his left to the Salvation Armyand with the Episcopal church In tho centre cry out Forward guide canter for Christianity So our ranks should have on one flank the ftryanltes and Oearatliej on the other the Clete landltes and Oormtnlte while the winner whom twothirds of the great democracy have picked as their choice at St Louis Rive the command to Forward guide center for democra cy Then we can saj HO who dallies Is a dastard He who doubts Is damnedtOld Rob In Glasgow Times One of the greatest blessings a modest man an wish for Is a good reliable set o f bowels It you are not the happy pos sessor of such an outfit you can greatly Improve the efficiency of those you have by the judicious use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They ate pleasant to take and agreeable In effect For sale by W N Craig Albert Lindsay one of thewealth lest men in Henry county Is dead of pneumoniai The Charm of Lifo Love Is the secret spring of life From which all blessings low It Is the thought that teaches us The joy of life to know It Is the gltt the angels loft That by It wo might climb Near to our Heavenly Fathers heart In blissful realms sublime It lifts the soul up far above The sordid thoughts of life And teaches us to live above Lites useless care and strife It flue the heart with sunshine bright And brings such sweet content We know It Is the greatest gift Gods angels ever sent Without It man Is but a brute It Is the spark divine That lights the human soul that It With wondrous light myiehlne True love endures Immortal Is And happiness will bring We even hear Gods voice of love In little birds that slog To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the notion of the democratic party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have 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 the provisions of tho new constitution as well as to construe tbo present constitution whenever a controversy arose BS to Its proper con struction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exorcise 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 ofllce to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL A delicious pretty and seasonable dish Is made bycomblnlogstrawberrles and plueapple Alternate layers of slices of the pineapple and strawber riot with a little powdered sugar ore them John Madoox and Robert Rauoser of Louisville aged 10 and 14 respect Ivoly admitted that they burned Orel dela cooper shop and revealed a plot to burn and rob other places Snake skin Is one of the latest fads In London Purses belts collars vlilt log cards and many other things are made of It and It Is also used for trim minI dresses 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 jtLetteringWM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky ANTECARLO 226 12Made over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anteo 2161 that sold for 150000 at public sale 1St dam Mar Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of Mambrino Patchen These two crosses produced The Abbot 2ojt champion trotting gelding of the world 2nd dam by Independence son of Andrew Jackson Independences dam by American Star The American Star abd Andrew Jackson blood is responsible for Cresccus 2021 the champion trotting stallion of the world You tae Antecarlos two top crosses are responsible for the fastest gelding two next crosses are responsible for the fastest stallion Then you see he is better bred than either of them for he has the blood of both Antecarlo is a solid brown horse ijt bands high vreinghing 1170 pounds fine style and action One of thehest posted men on trotting horses writes of him as follows In regard to the stallion Antecarlo 2261 you bought of T H Smiley I will say I worked him about 90 days in 1901 and I consider him one of the fastest trotters I ever drove or in other words about as fast as I pier saw I have seen him trot a 204 gait timed by a prospective buyer There never was a time whilehc was in my charge that he could not step a quarter in 321 to cart lie does not need any extra riging of any kind jO MCALLISTER He will make the present season at my barn in the West En Stanford at 110 to inaure a living colt Will also stand a good mule Jack at L8 to insure a living colt 13e sure and see this Jack and Horse before breeding your mares JI DOCK GRAY JI Shetland Pony 5 years old 38 inches tall owned by Hugh Reid Foster will make the season at lio to a living colt Dock u by an imported pony that cost 81 000 in the Shetland Island and Is regarded by horsemen as the best pony in Kentucky defeating all comers in show ring in 1903 Lien retained on all colts until season is paid Mares partedwith forfeits insurance and money becomes due E H CO First National BankStanford Xy Capital Stock 50000 This institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of In 18S8 then reorganized u the National Dank of Stanford In 18GS and again reorganised uthe Pant National Bask of Stanford In 1832 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 year It II hotter supplied now with faculties for transact business promptly and well than ever- beforatnIts long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries lid Cer- peratlaiis Solicited II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK IIrSTOCK 900000 Directors J B Pa iton J L Owiley II Shanks W O Walker Qeo W Carter t B Putter L 0 Gooch W II Cummins IIrlKMn V K Shanks Successor to The Farmer Bank tTrust Company and under cams continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial 300 Square Feet Officers 1 J HOOKKH Preit IiJw H VEAHENAiit Ohr Dlrtotors r Held Danville T nafrli Stanford J Hooker Stanford K L Tanner M D Elmore Stanford II Jlanrhman Stanford T P Hill IItaaCordIJai J II Ilaughman Stanford J M 1ettui Stanford Ed Carter Stanford CAPITALS Officers H yPrestdeat JeB OWSLEY Cashier W II BBIOHT Aces Cashier rtwo coats to the gallon thats wh- atTHESHERWINWlLUAMS PAINT will cover Anti on hood surface iswill 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 are what we claim for SWP Its the one safe paint to use Always gives satisfaction r If you want to save money in painting let us show you the way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting SOLD BY CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky G LrON 12910 Sired by OamooU Wilkes 3t V lit 111m Daisy Field sraoi1dam of Alice Wllkei 117 Alrett 2UH brEndeld sire of six In ta0 and dams of 60 In 2ao orb ter tad dam Kentucky Prince jr sire or J w Sjvt Limonad 58ft and the damof IJInUieflit lyd dam by Old JOt Mreof the dam of J Q 21rtt Gallon carries the blood of tour leadingfemilesWIkes llarobletonlan ilambrlno Chief and Sceley American Star Wilkes has 12 In the 310 daughtershave1450 weliknonn as a hlghClau show hone and a producer ot hlghclat show horses anil hlih clashlib acting sellers that comment U unnecessary hat made lnfhU seasons at my table nlnn In all and served 88 mares lest seasons this It the very best of r proof of astalllona breeding qualities Thoabore II agood picture of lalton just as he standno Itlngerbut hll natpralttelf Will Hand at f10 to Insure a live colt Hares traded orpared forfeit Insurance and makes season money due Grass furnished after May I at two dollar per month Will stand at my place 2 miles west of Itutionvllle on the Brad ordiYllle pike Ilione In residence WloI DODD Iluttonvllle Ky Season 1904 Wood lawn Stock farm j r RFD LEAF lycarold record 222 in Oth heat over J milo track Sire of 3 with records better than 230 Champion show torso of Kentucky mid lending sire of high olnse road horses and tennis 25 to Insure a Living Colt and a Good One at That I claim it is to the best interest of the owners of mares of Mercer and adjoining coun ties to breed to Red Leaftat Because he is not for sale I expect to keep him and breed and handle his produce and it is very natural that I will work for the sale of all his colts at high prices no matter to whom they belong and Because his tolls haveIa repulMlon 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 4th Because he has a better record as a race hose having won to out of 13 races and a better record as a show 1tiesgranddam Soprano was the greatest brood maro in the world having n in the list and wliose sire C P Clay sold for 6000 and whose dam sold for 91 500 whose dams sire Red Wilkes sold for 30000 for a half interest and who himself Red Leaf sold at 3 years old for 1000 aqd at old for 1750 and that has himself sired 14 colts to sell for over 8900 some as high as 82 ooo and teams from 1500 to 3000 in Mercer and adjoining counties 6th But three of Red Leafs colts were 1 ever trained far speed and they all took records 7th But one of Red Leafs colts was rraced ant he started in n or 12 races first in one and second In all the oth ers as shown by the Year book and showedmiles In 215 and would have been a sensational horse had he lived Sib Red Leaf has sired more highclass hi hprlced teams than any station in Kentucky in the past two years 9th I can show eeralIotters of over 3000 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 J the worlds greatest sires of extreme speed and his dam a great producer and she by j greatestbroodthe a threeyearold mare by him showing through the circuit in regu lar and sweepstakes and winning 24 out of 26 shows something equaled only by the worlds famous Gipsy Queen If you 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 are not facts why not I also have a good Black Jack to stand at 8 to insure a living cohfRE GODDARD r