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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ir SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL t IVOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 27 19048 A M NO 26 I Newsy Letter From LaFollette 1 Tenn j LAFOLLETTE TEN MAY 101- have times without number promised that I would write you from LaFolletto concerning conditions bore generally and particularly though leu of later est concerning my doings etc lace leaving my old homo and Identifying f myself with new surroundings and new condition and that In a town young In yuan but formidable In III endeavor to vie with other hustling and proerei live cities of EMI Tennessee I came here tome throe years ago Just at that point In the citys history when It was 4 making Us change from a realization of promise to an established point In coal output coke manufacture and Iron production I write you now lust after a return from viewing the ruin wrought to the entire area of our bUllI ness Interests by a Ore which occurred on the Oth Inst The Ore orlgnated In the Cumberland Ion a hostelry of con Iderable pretentious for a city of 7000 kouls at 630 In the morning sad It Is miraculous Indeed that owing to the Inflammable material of the adjoining buildings the lives of many of our clfI liens were not lost not to revert to the guests of the hotel many of whom badI very narrow escapes Had the tire occurred one hour earlier It Is not an exI aggoratlon to say that the lull oomI plement of guests under the roof ofI the Inn would have been entrapped liko rats and that the occupants of building adjicent would hue had to lice for their lives Fortunately the Ore started at a point not favored by the Inces soot Gap wind for hid It originated In North Tennessee Avenue It would have been a case ofrua for your lifeI Instead of run for your ItoodlIThe material Interests of thus growing industrial center can not be measured accurately by recorded data etoI ueb as the census report of 1000 which a gave us a population of but 386 souls but must be made up In the absence ofI any authorized compilation of Its Influx record since that date of facts gleaned from the company pay rolls and tbeI record of attendance upon our common schools which would Indicate that we have not fewer than 9000 people dependant upon the various Industrial en cterpriseeln LaFollotto as a common When I first came to LaFollette It was without specific denomination In affair of the church I mean that the religious elements mot together under whatever pastorate might from time to time preside over the services of the one meeting place Donglas Chapel There are now five handsome churches representative of the following denom inations The Congregational First Mothodlut the Methodist South the First Daptlst and the colored Metho din If there Is anything In the saying Thick as hop that saying Is appli cable to existence of the many frater nal organizations which have found a iv habitation Iud a place among ui The Masons Odd Fellows Senior Mecban Ics Junior Mechanics Red Men and Rebecca are all apparently establish ed upon a prosperous foundation and are dally augmontlngtbelrrotteri from our permancntcltlzenshlp and from the better element of the migratory hordes that come In from month to moptb from the various nearby cities of Tennessee Virginia Kentucky Georgia and Ala bamaIt not be amiss In recounting r our flre loss to which I have already referred to say that there were In ad dition to the two hotels Cumberland Inn and the Commercial which lay aide by side 35 other buildings with their contents burned to the ground n within two hours after tho discovery of t the fire However the smouldering ruins bad no sooner cooled than there could bo beard the sound of the saw and hammer In the region of the burnt district and what Is cow termed Ok lahoma Avenue bat risen Phoenix like from tho desolate scene of that black Tuesday to a hustling scene of Fire Sale Come and buy and Cheap John from Texas rivalry And out of It all conies the reassuring dc termination of our merchants to rebuild and carry on their respective lines of business The aggregate lots I I coveringthey were enabled to carry their goods to places of safety and as the buildings In the main were of wood and the owners desired the protection of Insur ance at any price It is doubly fortunate that time enough elapsed to so favor themFor the first 12 months after my ar rival hero I was In the employ of the La Folletto Coal Iron and Railway Company In the furnace department This company has ID all some 60000 acres of coal and lumber properties extending In a lineal way from tho city of La Follette to the city of Jelllco a distance of about 20 miles It compris es la Its various arrangements the railway coal coke Iron lumber sand r brick and commercial commissary de partments with such a complement of employee to each as to make In the aggregate 2000 After quitting the ser vice at the furnace I took employment with the city administration as policeman In which capacity I served at Intervals for 18 months and I am now making the rounds looking to my feocI es In my canvass for the othce of high sheriff of Campbell county It Is a free fight all round each of the candidates seeking the preferment having bllI following but Isee no reason why I should not knock the persimmon although the county Is strongly republican In Its political HON HARVEY HELM In the proper place at the head ofI tnls page appears today for tbe time the Boa Barley Holms formal announcement of bis candidacy fort Congress In the Eighth Kentucky trict ID the other enJ of this district It would bo out of place to add line about who and what Mr Bolmt Is but In this county there are many democrats who have not met him and who know little of hIm We have metI him and know him We are not familiar with his career In his home county where every mao woman and child Is his friend and backer but bueI tatoloieto him every day for long months at a time when he served bis county In the Legislative halls at tbeI State Capital We have alo teen blmI In and under many other circumstances la political conventions In parlorI in society tbe most polite In the place where rough and ready but honest men are wont to meet and tight out tbe sterner problems of life With these opportunities we have never seen aught that was not a credit to the splendid type of Kentucky young manhood bo to faithfully represents Ho Is worthy tbe steel of bis present or any other foomen He Is worthy the honor he seeks from this or any other Congressional dtttrlct In Kentucky Ho will be a credit to his county and district should he be nominated and elected Big of body and brain Helm has a heart to match and while we have no predictions and no preferences about the result of the race be has entered his entry and present prominence In the race need distress no voter In Shelby county to whose democrae and present candidate be has always shown himself a courteous friend We believe the democrats of this county Including Shelbys candidate wilt welcome Into the field Lincoln county splendid democrat gentleman and citizen Shelbyvlllo Record of some week ago HOW TO PRONOUNCE HYOMEII Penny tells of this remarkable treatment that cures ca tarrh without stomach dosing While all his customers who bay used Hyomel agree that it is remarkably successful In curing catarrh and other diseases of the air p uages says Mr Penny yet there has been considerable diversity of opinion as to how the name II pronounced Ityoncl is pronounced just aa if it wore spelled hlgho me with the ac cent on the first syllable A great many come to his afore still Instead of asking for Hyomel tell him they want a package of the treatment for catarrh that he is selling on a guarantee While lie knows what thy mean and all of his clerks will give them Hyomel yet he wants every ono to know how to pronounce the name of Hyome so that they may run no chance of getting anything but Hyomel no mutter where they go It Is natures true cure for catarrhal troubles It kills the germs of this dl scare soothe and heals tbe IrrltsW mucous membrane and effectually drives all catarrhal poisons from the system All the stomach dosing In the world can do no lasting good in tho treatment of catarrh unless the nose and throat are free from catarrhal microbes There Is no stomach dosing with Ilyomei Just breathe it JHo bee so much confidence in tho val ue of the treatment that he is selling It with the understanding that ho will return the money if it falls to cure All INTER OR JOURNAL readers know that he does exacty as he agree- sTwentytwo minutes alter retiring for deliberation the Jury in the Tyner Barrett case at Washington returned a Verdict of acquittal Gen Tynor broke down and wept when the verdict was announced and several of the Juror were moved to tears by the emotion of the aged defendant Quick Arrest J A Gulledgo of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 21 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Bucklont Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inflamma tion and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25o at 0 L Pennys druggist NEWS NOTES Considerable damage was done by storms In and around Ml Sterling Judge Willis L Reeves of Elkton died at Dawson Springs after a loot IllnessGreen Hosklns a carpenter at work a building at Berea was struck by lightning and killed The 10th annual convention of the Kentucky Homeopathic oocloly Is be held at Lexington Two hundred oldfashioned square pianos were destroyed by fire on the beach at Atlantic City Tbe case of Mrs Cora Week charge ed with tbe murder of her mother on trial at Seymour lad W J Shower editor of the Ona laska WIs Record was killed by lightning while at his desk At a result of the Yoblno disaster Japanese lot 01 noncommissioned officers and 220 blue Jackets- A little child of Henry Mebrtnger died at Jasper lad from the effects swallowing fk grain of corn E W Alexander a deputy sheriff was shot and killed at White Pine Tenn by Harvey Thompson who re slated arrest Freeman Benonl Sbowalter aged 04 year father of tbe noted chest player J W Showalter It dead at his home GeorgetownElmer of Bogota N J found five 11000 treasury notes In an old moth eaten coat be bought as un claimed baggage- A Negro fired Into an excursion train on the Mobile and Ohio railroad kill log the conductor and seriously wound log three other persons Mrs Sidney Crutcher wife of a well known farmer of Cartersvllle Garrard county was adjudged Insane and ordered to tbe Lexington asylum After September member of the National Hotel Protective Association will oath no paper for anybody not bearing a letter of credit from tbe as sociation Judge Fryer at Cyntblana has refus ed to try the cases against the Breath lit county men for perjury and Gov Beckham will appoint a special judge to try tbe cases CHURCH MATTERS Dr Carter Helm Jones of Loulivlllr will preach at tbe Baptist church in Danville Sunda- yPrebyterlaos will raise 112000000 for the endowment of weak colleges principally In the West Rev Dr John O Rust a noted Bap tilt divine died at Seattle Wash BI remains will be taken to Hopklosvllle burialMr flicks a prominent farmer of Madison county and Miss Annie Owens of Richmond were married LexingtonThe General Assembly at Buffalo has adopted a resolution which enjoins its members from mar rying divorced persons Dr J S Lynne of Kentucky was appointed a member of the committee- of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian church In tbe Jolted States Southern to consider all overtures from tbe churches of other Calvlolstlc creeds Rev James R Day chancellor of the Syracuse University who was elec ted a bishop by the Methodist General Conference has resigned the honor stating that he considered it his duty to continue In tbe work of Christian education Rev W W Armor who killed bit ton near Sacramento this State wily ed bit examining trial at Calboon and was taken to Owentboro for safekeep log Judge Blrkhead will be petition ed to call a special term of court to try the case at soon at possible There will be no preaching at the Christian church Sunday morning After Sunday School Sacrament of the Lords upper will be observed and tho congregation will worship at tbe Fees byterian church where tbe Baccalau reate sermon of Stanford Female Col legs will be preached The corner stone of tbe now Y M C A building at Lexington was laid Wednesday with appropriate ceremo ny Rev Carter Helm Jones of Louis ville delivered the principal address and Scary C Roaevear State secreta ry ot the YM C A of Louisville conducted the laying of tbe stone Tbe building will bo three stories high and cost about 150000 An Open Letter From the Chapln S C News Early in the Spring my wife and I were taken with diarrhoea and to severe were the pains that we called a physician who pre scribed for us but his medicines failed to give any relief A friend who had a bot tie of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itomcdy on hand gave each of ut a doso and we at oncefelt the effects I procured a bottle and before using the entire contents we wore entirely cured It is a wonderful remedy and should be nalloyICraig LANCASTER A great deal of Interest is being man ifested In tho Nlcbolaavlllo Tourna ment The contestants from Lancat ter left yesterday lo enter the fight Mn Robert Elkin entertained at dinner Wednesday In honor of Mrs J 0 Taylor of Lexington A number o guests were present and an enjoyable hour was spent with the charming hot tees at her suburban home Miss Hattie Robinson of London the guest of Mrs Jennie West MIJ C Taylor has returned to her home In Lexington after attending the roomI mencement exercises and furalehlDIli sweet music for the occasion Mr W J Price and mother of Danville are guests or Mrs Martha Friable Mrs J C Hemphlll attending tbe com mencement exercises of Hamilton ColI loge Miss Theo her daughter Is one of the graduates Miss Bessie Lear has returned from a visit to Miss Llllli WestThe commencement of the Lancaster High School was held Tuesday evening at the Christian church A very large crowd attended the evening be lOll thoroughly suitable for tbe occa sloe The graduates acquitted themselves with honor and all were highly delighted They were Misses Edith Morrow Jessie Doty Fionnle Bam mood Messrs Robert Powell Cbarlei Maban Ross Bastin Ware McRoberta Hon Will Prlco of Danville address ed the graduates and presented the dl boxes have been placed In McRoberts and Frlsbles drug stores for the purpose of taking votes forqueen of the State Athletic Tournament Any young lady may be nominated and on her nomination 25 votes will be giv en as a start A box will alto be pi BO ed in Pennys Drug Store Stanford and In all the neighboring towns A list of the nominations and the number of their votes respectively will be printed each week The young lady who Is chosen queen will receive a handsome diamond as a reward- MATRIMONIAL W B Jacobs and Miss Alice Smith were married at John Smiths Wednes dayBrent Kldd and Miss Beckle Florence James were united In wedlocks holy bonds Wednesday Mrs Martha Bright Adams announc es tbe engagement of her daughter Mary Elizabeth to Mr Robert Lee Terhunc of Bradfordtvllle The mar rlage will bo quietly solemnized at her home In Huttonvllle on June 20th Clarence Coleman who for a number of years hat contributed items ol interest to this paper and Miss Iva Ad ams tIe pretty daughter of John Adams of Mlddlqburg eloped to Chatta nooga and were married The bride li said to be an exceedingly handsome and accomplished young woman and Is very popular In Cater The groom who Is now connected with a wholesale grocery house at Burnslde it well known to many of our readers He It a native of Casey county but In the last few years hat spent very little of hit time there Be Is a veteran of two ware having served In the SpanishAmeri can war and In the Philippine Insur rection Hb has written for the INTER IOR JOURNAL from nearly every point on the globe and hit letleJt have been full of useful Information concerning the foreign countries Mr Coleman Is a brilliant young man well liked by all classes and his many friends here and elsewhere congratulate him on winning his bonnie bride Whooping cough In the Spring of 1001 my children had whooping coughs says Mrs D W Capps of Capps Ala I used Chamber lains Cough Remedy with the most sat isfactory results I thick It is tho best remedy have seen for whooping cough This remedy keeps tho cough loose lee sons the severity and frequency of the coughing spells and counteracts any ten dency toward pneumonia For sale by W N Craig Capt John Perry Walker In an In terview Ic Washington expresses a doubt of the feasibility of tbe Panama canal route and says another treaty probably will have to be made enlarg log the present one before the canal enterprise can bo pushed to a successful conclusion As the result of a base ball game be tween the State College and Kentucky University teams at Lexington a gOD oral tight ensued on the street with clubs and sticks Blood flowed and tbe police were called out to put an end to the trouble Many students were hurt Two hundred buildings Including tbe business section of Yazoo City Mlos were destroyed br fire The loss tt estimated at two millions Sick headache results from a disorder stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by W N Craig qn About The suitersesasesr The best way to find out what sort of a Spring Suit you want is to come in and look over our stock We have some fine things to show you in this line and will be glad to do soBesides Clothing we have all the new things in Furnishings Hats and Shoes easse T o MILLER Danville Ky THE GLOBE VEHICLES I ae aesa If you need a New Turnout this Spring some thingservice able in the way o- fPhaetons Runabouts Buck boards Buggies Carriages or Carts both Steel or Rubber Tire See our Stock You cant beat us in either price style or quality Our Buggy HARNESS is as good as you can buy for the money Big stock on hand Come and see us HigginsMKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Some Hoss stReasons whya tin root not a sheet iron is the best roofmade 1st It will last three times as long as the best shingle and will cost very little more 2nd It will conduct lightning as good as any lightning rod if the gutter U connected to n tile with down spout 3rd There is 50 per cent less danger of fire and it will reduce the insurance enough to pay the difference between it and a cheap roof See S II Aldridge the tinner and plumber that does the work Phone No 11G S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky osees 300 Square Feet two coats to the gallon thats wh- atTHESHERWINWlLUAMS 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 are what we claim for SWP Its the one safe paint to use Always gives satisfaction- If you want tq save money in painting let us show you the ff way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting SOLO BY CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky GO TO W B McRoberts LAN GARDENSEED DRUGGIST STANFORD FOR LANDRETHSI WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS t r tiE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HARVEY HELM 01 Stanford It a eanJUate for action theh1demi Bshth district subject to the of critic party HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In th EJthth district to succeed Hon G tut Ject to the action of the Democratic party Your tup port Is earnestly solicited G Q GILBERT- Of Shelby Is a candidate for Congress mbj tto the action cf the democratic party R C WARREN- Is candidate for ludgeof the Lincoln county court object to the action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec to tile action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD li a canaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln County sublet to tile action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR li a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tae action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN la Candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject t he action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS la a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sublet to tile action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Uncoln county subject to tttt action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of theI iMocratlc party W Ir HERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the enocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools tl Lincoln County subject to the of the demo walk party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public School of Lincoln county subject to action of the democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Llnostn County Ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county Ject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON- Is acandldate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Jectlto the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attomeyof Lincoln county subject to toe action of the democratic party R HUBBLE- Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the nomination for State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic part- yMADISONS DUTY The following from the Richmond Register U Rood enough we think to occupy the moat prominent space In this paper Read It carefully and see what our friends In another county think of Lincolns candidate for Con grew With the precinct county and die trlct conventions only a few weeks off It devolves upon Madison count to lect of the three candldalcT for Con grass him to whom she owes the most and Instruct her delegates accordingly Though each of the gentlemen under consideration Is plover capable and eminently qualified for the office they seek to our vision It Is apparent that only one Is entitled by reason of the support of his county ID every race a Madison man ever undertook to a clear and merited title to Madltons aid at this juncture Stand by the people who stand by you Is a maxim of un disputed soundness and In accordance with It we believe that the delegates of this county should be Instructed without reservation for Hon Harvey Helm of Lincoln From the beginning to the present day In Kentucky politics Lincoln county has voted for Madison men first last and always In every race our candidates have made thorn stood old Lincoln solid for them with her nine votes when last year our John B Chenault aspired for he honors of auditor It was Helm himself who said good fences make good neigh bore lets put on another rail for John B Chenault Accordingly Lincoln Madisons candidate In that race 1thelargest majority he received In the j whole State outside of his home county whereas Shelby Spencer and Anderson went against him Mr Helm Is eminently fitted to rep resent us In Congress A distinguish ed graduate of Central University he spent many year of his young man hood In our midst and then displayed p those sterling qualltlea of iotellegtapd manhood that have since been recognized by bis home people as as the democracy of this district of which N1 r he was one of the delegates at Kama City In 1000 Be has represented LID coin county with credit In the Ken tucky Legislature and Is now ervlogI his second term as Lincolns county at torney Aside from the undisputed ob Hgatlons wo owe the democratic yeo many of faithful old Lincoln wo caD make no mistake In recognizing tbe eminent personal fitness of Hon Harvey Helm REFERRING to what has appeared 10 these columns snoot the Hearst Hippo drome and Its tour In Kentucky tbe INTERIOR JOURNAL of Stanford says Certainly the great editor has a per Bonal grievance against Mr Hearst that caused him to Indite the unklo things about the splendid New York democrat The good of the party did not prompt him to do It to say tbe least of It Why should our esteemed countr cousin thlntc 90 We have everythln to lose In the making of enemies little If anything to gain In the making of friends by telling the people the truth It ought by this time to need no proof being plainly visible to the naked eye The INTERIOR JOURNAL lives off tbi highway of qjlck communication with the outer and busy worldfar so to say from the madding crowdbut If Its editor would tako a trip to New York and Inform himself be would readily end surely learn that we have written away Inside the lines of fact and wholly without unkindness or mal ice Yesterdays Courier Journal Why dont you tell us what your ob jections to Mr Hearst are Mr Wat terson Many of us have neither the time means nor Inclination to go to New York to find out about bis private character Hit political record Is clean Is It his moral record which makes you fight him soy It so tell us In plain English what be has done thatI Is so very very Dad Dont you a man who has worked as hard for theI democratic party as Mr Hearst has If entitled to some consideration not to say recognitions Dont you think you are n little too severe on him when you refer to him as a Yellow Kid He may not In your judgment be president tlal timber but you surely know you are not working to the Interest of the party when you vilify so good a party man as Mr Hearst Is proving himself Be easy on Mr Hearst Mr Watteraon and If you cant be easy be as easy as you can POLITICAL The Alabama convention selected delegates favorable to Parker The Tennessee democratic conven Lion instructed for Parker and nomi nated Oov Frazier to succeed himself It Is understood In Washington that Srnoot can keep his seat In the Senate If he holds Utah In line for the repub- lIcan electoral ticket this tall The Clark county democratic com mittee met and fixed Saturday Decem ber 3 as the date for the democratic primary to select county Ulcers The subcommittee of the democratic national committee held a meeting In St Louis and practically completed arrangements for the convention on July 6 The committee will meet again on June 15 The following postmasters have been appointed since our last Neatsburg Adalr county J H Grant Rose fill Mercer county John D Noel Slick ford Wayne county Thomas M Power Vester Adair county James 13 DooleyIn Issue of The News appears tbe announcemeot of R L Hubble of Lilncoln county as a cancldate for the State Senate In this district Mr Bubble Is one of Lincoln most respected sltlzons and Is wellknown throughout ibis district having for many years een a citizen of Garrard and also lied for a while In Boyle He Is a good democrat a popular and affable gen lemao and If elected to the omen for which he aspires will make the dis- trIct an able representative Danville News LANDSTOCKCROPSETC Sow and five pigs for sale Gilbert Bruce Junction City Ten fat 200 pound hogs for sale E H Farmer Stanford FOR SALE Three good milk cows Ml fresh John Steele Carpenter Hue Lonvllle Nancy Hanks 204 now a broodmare brought 84000 at the sale of Malcolm Forbes effects Wires were tapped four false win tore were sent in and big tickets cash I ed at Hot Springs pool rooms ESTRAYA threeyearold steered or nearly red weighing 1000 Ibs Left my place on the 18th WHS give liberal reward for his return E G Blckley Stanford Juno W Gayle of Owenton has become one of the largest tobacco pur chasers In the State He has recently purchased and has now on hand about 3000000 pounds for which bo paid from 18 to 20o One of the greatest blessings a molest man can wish for is a good reliable set of Bowels If you are not the happy pos icesor 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 pleasant to take and agreeable in effect For sale by W N Oralg There PREACHERSVILLEI crop was at Jesse Fox bought of parties hero 60 hogs at 4 3 A few changed hands at 412B I Blankenshlp had a severe attack of sciatic rheumatism but Is bet tor now bees swarmed Sat te1portedRev Robert Hobbs formerly pastor of the Methodist church hero wlti preach at the M E church Sunday eveoloRIGnosta have been seen quite recently by a gentleman living near here Wo will wlth hold his name till he has fully Investigated and found out whethei they are of the flesh and blood Iralta Lion or the genuine article- A young democrat has arrived at the home of Wm Sprinkles A C Luna ford of Garrard visited his parenti here Master Edgar Holtzolaw ol Mt Vernon sag returned home alter a pleasant visit to his grand mother carpenIter their place of meeting to Whites Schoolhouse We regret this move al Preacborsvllle Is In great need of that brotherhood and unity which Is only derived from societies that are banded together for common good IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W B Hurt aged 76 Is dead in Adair Mrs Eliza Gebhardt aged 75 Is dead at Dixvllle Mercer county The homo of Thomas Potter at WH llamsburg was mysteriously burned Doo Crows barn near Lebanon Juno ion was struck by lightning and burn edThe Q k C R R authorities will establish an agency at Faulconer Sta ion Boyle county Rice Bongo has rented the Molar House at Danville and will tako pos session on or about June let Joseph Elliott a young farmer living peer Dixvllle Mercer county was struck and killed by lightning James Gilbert shot and killed Walter Mlles at Mulberry Gap near Middles boro Gilbert claims the killing was accidentalOn Creek near Mlddlcsboro James Carver shot and killed bis lath er Jas Carverfor correcting his child Carver surrendered claiming his lath er was drunk and he shot In self defense Made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks haa put me in- my teens again write D II Turner of Demrweytown ls Theyre the beet In the world for Liver Stomach and Dowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only i5c at Pennys Drug Store In a mine tunnel at Willlamatown Pa 10 men were suffocated by gas and ulphur fumes from a small locomotive NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP slaving rentedtheDanghertyblack ImUh lOOp on west main street I am prepared to do all kinds of blacksmith wood work I have an experienced work man In charge Work guaranteed Give me a call I will also keep on all theme n lot of lumber of kinds BAKER WALLS Dr J B Beck DENTIST iftlce In Elmore Buildings MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky UMBER WANTED I want to buy staves spokes headings lumber logs etc Will pa highest cub price at Moreland D n 0 Peyton A S PUCE Surgeon Dentist dtanfordt Kyi Jmeovv UeBoUrtaDrac Store la tbs Owilej Building SAM BAUGHMAN This wellknown Jack will make thoseason of 190 at my farm tbe Flenner place near Tnrneravllle at eight dollars to Insure allying colt He la close to 10 hands Is black with mealy point and li a aura foal getter n F CAIN TurneraTllle Ky FOR SALE Residence with S rooms halls and porches cistern servant room coal house hen- house stable and buggy shed with SX acres of land on 31 of a tulle from court house just outside of town llmltaand within 400 yards of graded school For Information applY to H J MROIIEItTS Stanford Ky CLEANING HOUSE I You may need new carpets matting oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains tacks curtain poles pictures frames screens posse partolat doors glass tables chairs sates wardrobes couches dressers withstands beds springs mattresses chamber suits water sets lamps chiffon iers folding beds washing machines wring ers wall paper carpet paper trunks tele scopes carriage pa house paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc IPRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN OONNEOTION MORELAND KY NOTICEI am handiiot of young horses Have an experienced driver and to do the work My charges are IIS per month Horses also handled on commission L 0 DUNN Mt Salem IrI THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Hooker ProprletrcuI 3641 Finney Ave St Loui- seUMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almos as good as new for a small amount I Gan Ox your umbrella better than the tram repairers and for less money Olve me a trial PRANK ATKINS Stanford Dr OS Williams DENTIST All work guaranteed and roa sonablo- Hustonvflo Kentucky POSTEDIWe whose names appear below strict forbid hunting flsblng or any kind of tree passing on our places and will proseout violators to the full extent of the law J Z T M Holroej H F Nand J n Oamentacb Peter Oalmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Olvens David Stephens James M White and wlfojE V Carson i11 Hawkins Mrs Mary E Welch R A Lawrence Frank Cordier Mrs A D Root Sam Reynolds Morgan Humphrey 0 T wlllson FOR SALE I Store fixtures consisting of compat ng scales platform scales tobacco inlves bag holders cutter cal drawer step ladder thread case ham ICing amp caih drawer cash register urger show case good Iron safe Thus were fixtures I bought of Thos Peacock when I bought his stock of goods and bI- tIng r the fixtures where I formally sold goods I now wish to close them out at a bargain Some and seem them n W Cilon K14U Store Ky PROSPECT 2087 DMCBIPTIOS Foaled April Si 8M U lands high solid bAy white feet beI bInd a model In form with superior style bow horse second to none either In barns tr under saddl- elzmnaxsSired by Dignity Darel9S2be iv Chester Dare be Illack Ciiulrrcl hi bjr flack Eagle ho by Kfnc William DlgnHj Dares lit dam Llulo Mont b Wet hmout he by William Welch he by Rysdlrks lIam rtelonlan Prospects Jet dam flor- anne 17IS by On Time he l r Store wall Jackson Sr Sod dam by Jo Ibdallan ho by Abdallah Olenroe Jrd lam by Funks Sampler Denmark lib dam by Illack Hawk Morgan 6th dam by on rer beby Wagoner Sthdam by Imp Mrs ginger Will serve a limited numoer ol marK the promt season at f13 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT Money due whet colt Is foaled or man railed or parted with Mares crazed at 12 termoethaUblllp paid twfare removal ol aares not responsible for accidents or es em pM K P CARPENTER Moreland Ky KENTUCKYS ARTIST NuttIVASHRT- his ftrakira saddle anj harness italNon cake the preterit season at Logan Hunt farm fowl sties from D n1tIIans six Iron Stanford It a beaenfut chestnvl yon oIJ with tree whit feet if 14 bans Wch a rer- fect model In form with great styli end action Kentucky Atltl was slred by Artist MontroM No 5Jtnner of the peat sweepstakes r1 ihWorlJl Fair be by Artist No I he by Klar Wu lam 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 bv Ualne Denmark Artist Montrose IM Jam flaky Monlrose sob traeln Lto Denmark f tnt dan laid tttocking6ebyTomital1 s Artist is dan jo by Druchers non f Kentuckys Artist tit dam JuHa Thomas by Pat Den milk be by Sumfter Denmark tnj am Lucy Thomas by Nero t Patrick- bppar rnonpsons Morgan yt dam Cooper by I Bottom 4tti Jam covey by names ol Howard county Missouri he by Blackburns Whip of Kentucky Kentuckys Artist has shown aealntl and defeateJ all the neat stallions In Kentucky and Missouri mon r then such horses as the 5000 Montgomery beef owned by hall Bros the rlll anl noted how bone Pretton owned by Pat Dolan Kentuckr sArtistIs only l years and Is rs Kentuckys best Judge to be the most per ecfraltYd saddle stallion In the will be god to stow him to any one al my stable end InvlUl breeders of fine horusto corns and see Kentuckys Artlt before breeding I stand him at fio the season rlij to Insure a living colt dont want your ibney until you have gotten value received A E HUNDLEY GUY L HUNDLEY RESTON NO 922 This premium saddle stallion of the world will make season of 1904 at the table of C Dailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 12 years old IS hands high a perfect model with great style action and Preston was sired by Washington No H he by Cromwell No 73 tat dam Belle by Roderick and dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeat all the great show horses of uch as Kentucky Artist owned J T renshaw of Lexington Kyand Montgomery Chief owned by Why you breed to Preston I Because he is the greatest she w horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great show horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Vare for 2000 Rebecca thai- sold at New York Exchange to George Watson for 650 Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Bros that won more premiums in addle and combined rings than any three earold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for Ijoo 3 Because he is the only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings hat sold for 3000 4 Because be won the championship he Louisville Horse Show in 1903 sbow n by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky S Because he has won more money in the show ring than any other saddle stat lion in Kentucky U I to show him to anyone at my stable and invite those wishing reed o to a fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at 1O the season or 91S to insure a living colt J C BKIJUEY Stanford Ky Brand Leaiers Cost Price Sale IOn necount of tho buokward ssonson wo find wo are overstocked In nearlyeovory lino We are going to hold a ii oonl 10 day eost prlco s1110 livery thing sole nil advertised oomo early an tho assortment Is sum to be broken oarlyWhlto bluo and blnok vollo 3S IncJifM wide all wool prlco 05c for 10 days JOo per yard 33Inch mohair black blue and gray Uio dUo kind for 10 days 30c yardt YlmlIynrll2jInoh days only 58o yardAUNew crashes for ladles suits that wero 26c yard for 10 days lOn yard Meroerlied linen for shirt waist suits that was 25u for 10 days lOa yardrfiOo metverlzwl white goods for 10 days only 96c yard Host dress ginghams that wore lOc yard now fc yard Lawns In all colors at 4lo IKU yard for 10 days only Ladies Muslin Underwear For 10 Days Only Ifs corset covers Oo 3flo oorsot covers 1V 35c corsot covers lOc ftOo corset IDe50cNOTIONS ETC100 kid IoollnU iH lora vo10 days only 2Bo Indlo1 w tan plovo lOc for 10 days white hen 20c llatnburgs go at Ilk yard lOt Hamburg no at 5c yardRtOW8LEY lILOfK WAltll Otlt AIlS THE GRAND LEADERMe BeLey 8 Co S B Levy PENNYSIce Cream and Ice Cream Soda Is Cold Pure and Healthful leo Cream 3Oc Qt Ico Croam Soda Oc PENNYS DRUG STORE toneeand of per feet workmanship We carry I the largest stock of Monuments Marker and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentuckyr Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaperIWM A DA MS A SON Lexington Ky Corsets 35 Cents Corsets Wo are offering this week n special bargain in Suiumornoiglit Not Cor sets Itogulnr and Oinllo tiyloe 50c quality only 36 CENlS ltotpaid Orient receive nUll dclivorc only through the mails Wo have no store iu SUinfonl but arc doing n strictly mailorder bugincsi Buying direct from tho manufacturer and itavinj no clerk hire rent or insurance to pay wenro etmblol to stake very prices on goods wo handlee5WATCH OUR ADSsCorrespondence regarding your wants solicited It will pay you to tnulo withTREAT a CO STANFORD KY We are Now Showing A beautiful line of Ladies Slip pers manufactured by Kriffendorf Dittmann See our line t W E Perkins Stanford iKy C R McCormack edDealer in Fine Staple and Fancy GroceriesJHardwareTinware Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce C R McCormack Hustonville FOR SALE I SJTucrciof land situated In Lincoln coun I antbe turnpike road leading from Stanford to Huitonrllla 3 tulle front the former place In one of tho boat nulglibor hoods In the county well watered has neror nnu running itreami on cam- eandknownastheJahiiSMurphpfarm All of satdfarmla grass except about 30 acres SSacrctln growing wheat which looks well Timothy and clover All under good tones and Anyone desiring to purchasoagtttxlfsrmwlllda well to see meor write me QEO W GARTER Turneravllle Ky Ky Crab EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR II 1allt your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons In this will benr iperlencedI also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suiting I will cut and make If ThankingII CRUrLEY the Tailor I Calicoes 1 5c Apron Oinglinin i lie Drown Cotton o Lnwim t fio Lawns 7o Good Cornets 30c Ladles Vests lio Do 7c Do lOu Do 2fio 25c crash suiting nil cololfUJo 818c llnttillg1212c25o Matting 82 00 Shoos 81 60 Strap slippers 81 00 Oxford Slippers 81 00 Few Sizes In Infants THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 27 100 2 JWB bavo just received a shipment of Colgate k Company Toilet Soap Our Hoe of soap li now larger than ev or before and wo think that from thus assortment anyone can fled a soap that will pleaio them Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky PERSONALS MtSS POLLY TRAYLOR li vUltln Danville frlendi Miss SUSAN VANARSDALE lit with Lexington friend HoN JAMES N SAUNDERS spent wife of Lex t Ington are with relatives hero MR JOHN NEVIUB of Danville was the guest of Mri S L Durdett HANDSOME Miss MAUDE MOORS of Danville is with MIIR Jennie Lynn MRS H O WRAY of Nlcholaivlllr li with her mother Mri Noodle Hale MRS THOMAB MBTCALK It at CrAb Orchard drinking the medicinal wa tars MR AND MRS WT WARD of Fay ette are with Mr sad Mrs W 0 J O KINO of Norman O T it with friend and relatives of the s East End WILL LILLARD has given up thalde of going West and has bought a home In Danville Miss MARY UACKLBY has returnc from a year study at the Ulnolnnat Art Academy MRS J D STBJMIENSof Lexington has boon the Runt of Mrs J A Took er her daughter MRS W U WKARBNt Mln Annott James Wearon and Sallle Mill Craig are with Lexington relatives Mn L A POTTOS of Berea and Ire 0 D Campbell of Crab Orchard were guests at Mr J P Cummins Mns J J CORNELISON and baby or Campbollivllle are with Mr W T Saundore and Mil Stale Saunders Miss MARY PBNNISQTON returned yesterday from Ward Seminary where she made an enviable record MISS ADA GIVENS ALOORN Of Hui lonTllle will bo one of the graduate of Caldwell College Danville this year MRS E P WOODS went to Lexlng ton Tuesday to tee her daughter Mlei Sallle Taylor Woods who U In icbool there JAMES CARPENTER lihobbltng about with a sprained ankle George Harris of Lancaster li filling his place at the A C CARMAN of Stanford and Mrs A J Itlce of Lancaster are guests of Mrs O C Sink during the commencement feulltleaLcx Lead erMRS O G DOYLE and daughter Mln Anna Doyle will leave today for Crab Orchard whore they will visit Mri Boylei mother Mrs J W Guoit Courier Journal DANVILLE friends and they are many will bo especially pleased to learn that Mr Lee Rtney li among the graduates this year at the Johns Hop o tins University who will receive the coveted degree of Doctor of Philos opbyNewlilI LOCALS SUMMER lap duster at J 0 McCla rle HAVE you noticed Treat Coi ad on 35o conoti 2t BUY the Model S Range of S P Gray Stanford TWENTYFIVE DOLLARS In gold will be given to lit winner and 110 to 2nd In the young ladle elocutionary coal tout June 17th FOR BALE One good delivery wag on horse and harness Wilt be sold cheap If taken Immediately Call oa- S P Gray StanfordI price of admission to tho reel Walton Opera Douse next week 16o and 25o Reserved seats 35o on sale at MoRobert1 drugstore t f THE Little Folks Concert will havo as a closing number the cantata The Royeli of the May Queen Tho little fairies will bo artistically costumed and their dancing around the May pole t very beautiful UNLOADING SALE EXTRAORDINARY You cant afford to miss such an opportunity to supply your wants with desirable goods Wo have selected many items from every department and the price is so low that you will greatly profit by buying fbr present or future use Lookout for the REMNANT SALE We are offering arc front tho boat ranker If you are in need of a fine Dross Shoo or Oxford or somo cool nod comfort able shoe for every day come and lot us show you CENTIMBUIS Kid Glove nicely fitted to the hand for 1150 John P Jones ROUNDTall olooati over thn Kentucky Central Sunday Fare fUm Time sleigh ride of the children next Tuesday evening will be unique and enjoyable THE U D C Chapter will meet with Mr T J Foster Tuesday afternoon at 230 oclock- REIIovALDr R A Jones has re moved his dental office to the parlor of the Myen House directly scroll the street from his old office Wo are showing the nicest assort moot or Ribbons Handkerchief Belts and Neckwear you have ever found In Stanford Come and too J P Jones TilE Sleigh Bell drill to bo given In costumes decorated with sleigh belli and In a real snow storm will be one of the number on the program Wednei day evening HON R H TOMLINSON of Lancai ter a good democrat and clever gentle man U a candidate for State Central Committeeman of this district He would make a good one Miss LOUISE BAILEY WHITE will represent Lexington In tbe contest hero Juno 17th MM Jai H Turner ofjeholaivlllo Will have charge of tbe music at tbe eooteit MR JOHN W BALLARD a olevor man and an excellent democrat has announced ai a candidate for iherlff of Madison Ho has many friends In this county who hope be will win A MASS convention democrats will be held at the court houso In Stanford on Saturday Juno a to elect delegates to the State convention to be held In Loultrlllc J F Holdam chairman Tint PICKET won the Brooklyn Han dicap yesterday dcfeatlngthe belt field of hones that ever faced a flag Irish Lad was second ann Proper third The time was 200 35 Tbe rare proves The Picket to be the best thorougbred Ilv log and stamp Carroll Held of Hui tonvlllo the premier trainer of theday TilE member of Lt Severance Post No 26 G A R will decorate the grave of all soldiers burled In the cemetery at Crab Orchard on Monday May 30 Member of other Posts are Invited to attend and participate In the exercises There are speakers engage ed for the occasion and the Crab Orch ard Military BandwlU furnish the music Sim Reynolds K D Noakc and G H Patton Committee THANKS MANY THANKS The Lex- Ington Democrat li clever enough to say this about ui The INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford has moroiubicrlb ere than any other semiweekly or weekly In tbe State Its editor Mr E C Walton is one of the most untiring energetic and Indefatigable men In the State Ho never lots up but believing that eternal vigilance le the price of success ai well ai business keeps peg glng away- ALeOKDMr B O Alford son of Mr J R Alford of this place died at Fayetteville Tonne where he was vis lung hit daughter Mrs H 0 New lorn Ho had been In a feeble condi tion for a year or more and death must have been a relief to him Besides the daughter referred to above a son Mr A C Alford survives Mr Al ford wan CO years old and had lived in Stanford for many years Ho served as postmaster under President Garfield and made a splendid one He was generally liked and his death has caused much regret FOUND Mis Bessie Durham the Junction City girl who disappeared from her home several days ago baa boon found by hr father Ben W Dur ham at the home of James Jones a farmer of Science Hill near Somerset According to the story of the girl she became tired of staying at home and decided to see something of the world Accordingly she dressed u0 In boys olotbes and leaving Junction City walked 30 miles reaching the Jones home at night She out to tbo farmer as a day laborer but later con teased to Jones wife that the was a girl She begged to be allowed to itay at tho house and urged the members of the family not to notify her father Mr Durham however found out where his daughter was located and and Im mediately went In search of her She agreed readily to accompany him and seems to be perfectly satisfied at being In her old homo once more SHOES SEVERANCE SON STANFORD Loxlnlltoar tTJIR THE SIIANIC8 BOURNE NUPTIALS On of the swcllcst weddings that has over taken place In Stanford was that Wednesday morning of Miss Anne Hartwell Shanks only daughter of Mrs Lou Bailey Shanks and Hon Henry Kirby Bourne of New Cattle Miss Shanks Is a most lovable Christian character and will be very much missed In society circles as well as In church work where she has been a faithful and earnest worker Mr Bourne walla the lost Legislature from Henry county and was a valuable member He li one of New Castles loading lawyers and most substantial men and we congratulate him upon winning so charming end estimable a lily In tbo library all the guest register ed their names In a beautiful book of wedding bells Meidamei T A Rice and W E Ellis presiding over It Those assisting In entertaining were Mesdames Wm Soverance Clarence E Tate J H Baugbman W H Shanks and Mr John H Shanks In the receiving line were Mrs Lou R Shanks Mr and Mrs W C Shank and Mr Tbos H Shanks Mill Olue Baldwin presided at the piano Musical program was aifollnwi The song of Mrs W O Shanks was beauti fully rendered Fantatle Tannbauier Wagner Spring Song Mendelnobn Ob Promtio Me Ule Komn Mrs W C Shanks Bridal March Wagner Vanetlan Love Song Nevin Wedding March Mendelssohn At 1020 oclock Matter Hartwell Shanks and little Natballe Cosby entered the drawing room with ribbons Ic hand followed by tbe ushers Mcnr Tboi H and John H Shanks next followed by Revs W E Ellli and J W Hagln then came the groom upon tbe arm of his best man Mr John Burgln of Kansas City followed by Mrs Nancy Ragland McClure the handsome dame of honor gowned In voile over white illlc lavender girdle hat of lavender poppies with bouquet of lilacs In hand then came the bride charmingly gown ed In white lace chiffon over white satin yell with wreath of orange bIos some carrying shower bouquet of lllllei of the valley tied with stream ors of tulle resting upon tbe arm of her mother who was attired In grey Crepe de Cheno Stopping forward with bead bowed Rev J W Hagln led In a mot beautiful prayer At Its conclusion Rev W E Ellis said In a most earnest touching and Impressive manner tbe ceremony which made Mr Henry Kirby Bourne and Miss Anne Hartwell Shanks husband and wife The wedding ring was used In the cer emony While kneeling upon a pedestal Rev Ellis Invoked Gods choicest blessings In a beautiful prayer upon the heads of KIrby and Anne To tbe strains of a sweet wedding march the bride and groom with attendants re paired to the dining room where an elegant breakfast of five courses was served by Klein of Louisville in the most elaborate and artlstlo manner Honaker the Lexington florist decorated tho grand old mansion and It was done beautifully The drawing room was arranged In green and white with ascension llllles asparagus and greenhouse smilax being used The ball in pink and white carnations the stairway in white roses tbe library In pink and white carnations the din lag room In pink and white a bridal bell of white roses garland of pink roses reaching to table center piece for bridal table pink roses same being scattered over the round table Place cards heart shaped were hand painted In CupId and wedding bells Those seated at the brides table were Mr and Mrs H K Bourne Mr John Burgln Mrs Nancy Ragland McClure Mr and Mrs William Severance Mr and Mrs W A Tribble Mr and Mrs T A Rice Rev and Mrs W E Ellis Mrs J W Boswell and Mr N C CuretooILance were Bourne Mri Ben Carroll Miss Eatcllo Caa1tieBaldwin Richmond Miss Alice Bur pIn Mr John DUI lb Burgln Lt Oov and Mrs W P Thorno Eminence Miss Bettto Evans Shelby yllle Mr and Mrs R S Lytle Mrs Mary Bowman Misses Josephine Reid and Margaret Davis of Danville Mrs R E McRoberts Miss Sallle Elkln Lao caster Mrs William Boswell Shelby county Rev and Mrs WE Ellis Oyntblana Mrs Wm Cosby and daughter Nathalie Chattanooga Mrs Nancy Ragland McClure Winchester Meidamei W P Walton and Wm Moreland Lexington Mrs Hume Lo gao and Mr N C Curelon Louisville The bridal presents were numerous and handsome In a beautiful traveling suit of green and tan with bat to match Mrs Bourne with her husband drove to Rowland whore they boarded tbo L S N train for an extended bridal tour of six weeks In California Yellow Stone Park and other Western cities They will be at home to their many friends after June 27th Castle Hotel New Castle Ky The reception given by Mrs Will Severance In honor of the bride wag an exceedingly swell one Hundreds of the lady friends of tbo bridetobe were present and enjoyed the hospital ity cf the charming hostess A delightful lunch was exquisitely served and a full orchestra furnished music for the memorable occasion Tbe linen ibower given at Mrs J H Baughmana handsome home was one of the happy ante nupttal events Many friends of Miss Shanks were present and each brought a useful re membrance A toothsome lunch was a pleating feature of this delightful oc casion J M A AT an elegant progressive dinner party given last evening by Miss Jon ole Lynn at handiomobomeLyBn wood It tbe engagement of Miss Jennie Pence the charming daughter of Mr and tofu E T Pence to Mr W J Dotler a wealthy stove manufacturer of Nashville was announced In a most eloquent manner by Mr Sam Nichols of Danville the wedding to take place June 15th Tbe house was beautifully decorated In palms smilax and carne Lion the color scheme of tbe dining room being pink and white Tbe place cards were uulque and artistic being pen sketched cupids on hearts For tbe eightcourse dinner covers were laid for 15 and the party Included the following Mr and Mrs Logan Wood Miss Jennie Pence and Mr W J Do sler Miss Alvlra VanArsdale and Mr Samuel Nichols Mies Maude Moore and Mr John Lynn Miss Mary Van Arsdate and Mr Robinson Huguely Mln Annie Pence and Mr Nathan Do ilor Miss Jennie Lynn nod Mr Chas Harbison Mr end Mrs E T Pence AT the recital to bn given by the five most advanced piano pupils Miss Vir ginia Bourne will play Beethoven Sonata Patbetlque Miss Mary McRob erti Thorn Rote by Bendel Miss Kate Waters Aurora by Motzkowskl Miss Allie Huffman Tbe Fawns by Cha mlnade Miss Mary Higgles Chopins Polish song The Maidens Wish transcribed by Liszt No notes will be used during tbe evening KINOMrs Ellen ngdied at her home at Junction City yesterday after a brief Illness of consumption She was tbe daughter of Mr and Mrs B W Wren and was a most excellent Chris tian woman She was a member of the Christian church of that place Much sympathy Is felt for the bereaved fam fly After short services at the home tbe remains were laid to rest In the family burying ground MR R L HUBBLE of Lincoln coun ty announces himself as a democratic candidate for the State Senate In this the 18th Senatorial district He has for many years been a party leader and oneof the staunchest democrats in Lin COlD county Should he be elected and be will bo will make tbe district an excellent Senator Advocate WANTED Coal Miners 40 cents a car mine run Stearns Coal Company Stearns Ky Call on W S Glore Danville Ky for particulars 3t ITea people were killed and 10 Injured by the of a towboat boiler on the Ohio near Louisv- illeAdministrators Notice 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 are in All Will market price feathers Junk eta bo convinced NorthcoUt Stanford Ky Shoes and Slippers 25c Yens Canvas Shoes 95c Moos Rubber Sole Sh0080Ladies Canvas Oxfords leather solo 75c Wide Ribbon lOc Shirt Wait Suiting 10c Turkish Towole2ropairCurtain SCrimc25c Madras Shirting12 12c India Linen Zephyr Giughnm7 12c Infant Lace Caps 25c 40inch Redford Suiting cream colored 25c Silk Crepe Light Blue Wliito anti Black 35c IIfyou wear the QUEEN QUALITY SHOE you Iwith tho leaders fashion IBootsCUMflINS MCLARYCRITERION I On coat means great deal to the wearer Its the shoulders coat the close fit ting collar the built shaperetaining fronts that makes the wearer Look and Feel Wellji Dressed If you will wear Criterion suit you will be satisfied What more do you want t Prices 750 to 1760 J MROBERTS Stanford Ky ilTRYWarranted and Satisfaction Guararltee1IFor Clean and Easy Shave you cant afford not to use CLAUSS RAZOR GEORCE H FARRIS COO Stanford Kentucky Dr Gussie M Phillips OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH HOTEL STANFORD KY TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY 9 A M to 4 P M chronic diseases treated Gynecology and Nervous Diseases Specialty Produce Wanted I the best for eggs hens hides Call and H B r o 5c a of a perfectly H a j a at n a a Have your colts castrated by T iy GROSS Preach eraville Ky the wellknown caatrator of horets end horse doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Tryhlm w Lt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Krtkred n the post o fce at Stanford as- uandelass matte- rAtab2alawctTund y ancS FssdrS- AT 11 PER YEAR CASH ur wara sot aopatdm2OO Will bobartsd KNIIXYILLE DIYISIDKt 14 Train lolngKortB p oM M280am tttSpmNora BOB QUIS 66749- A J cc i I will stand the above splendid Jerley- bull at 8150at my near water In advance Return privileges permitted l B OAMENISOH Stanford Ky J H IOONE i CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBUE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ns on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal Portable Englni and Saw Mill t For Salt 1gwillsell privately Will also sell a 15 4horsepower engtoo boiler Allin good salt at a bargain to cloee up badness Will take part pay In lumber POWELL awnEWKV Stanford Ky QaJl Traglor DEALER 1N Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc Carpnt House Close to Depot STANFORD KY p attention Nothing but the be to lIIplandrllle cr teteerph orders receive promptaneadoeI r FOR SALE I Ten acres of land a two atary front seven room cottage The boule is new Asp1en did garden orchard There is a large mill on the place a good crusher and the dam Is In good the natural power Is great economy In running the mill Does a splendid bulness Terythlog Is In good repair has all nocessaiy outomiaings The owners only reason selling Is the ruth of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty Is on the danglng Fork about miles from Stanford awl can be bought at a for further particulars O Thurmond Lytle Ky or addruI a L R nuonia Stanford LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky AU persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do to seen We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farm for sale and will be pleased to hpw anT one what we have If you to sell Livery it In our hands Office at Boones Stable Stanford Ky RlMulioiiy Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners counties of lncoln and Casey who may be seeking In surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLine Com represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed Phone d- 2Stanford Kentucky BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not boweland liver irregularities flack Draught Medi cine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition Prominent American and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occa sional dose of Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food Any stock raiser buya 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks ally keep lackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine your does not 25 cents for a sample can to tho manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn Ga Jan 1901 1nooustae Stock and Poultry Medicine Is the best I ever tried Our stock was looking bad when you sent 4imethe medicine and now they are so line They are looking p TO at betterS P BROCBINOTON 3 rr2 A BALSAMcternxnotM linrUnt growth prayhairCaw mip divwri ft hair l inu tlwal Ihuttt0 THE Joseph Price infirmary Is open 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 Profes sional bills when services are rendered and must tw paid promptly BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce k Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage la solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AUODI1LIIIIV FarnlturcMaUlng8Ruc8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prlcea right 4TAOTORD KENTUCKY JrV+ McGbMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Deattluln SABNESS SADDLXBT 0 Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky Has removed tq his new and elegant ly fitted rooms next door West of the P O Agency for first clasa Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business solicited HUMMER JR Bay stallion 15 34 hands a good indi vidual with abundant speed He is by Hummer 6112 sire of Bouncer 209 Stately 211 H Spalpeen 212 Quickly 2i4i aijtf Speedon 2io4 15 in 230 Hummer 6112 is a son of the renowned Electioneer and save one is the onlyson of Electioneer living that is out a 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 7ulma by the great Lord Russell dam GMiva by Auditor 773 Will stand at 810 to insure a living co- ltHAPSBURG 509 iGi hands high Dy Gloseter 26 im ported ist dam Jolly by Wonderful Boy 534 by Preserves 822 First dam by Trinket 5 Imp by County King no 2d dam by Champion of England 566 3d dam by Barnaby 670 4th dam by Grand Turk 138 Hapsburg is a pure bred Cleveland Coach Horse weighs 1275 pounds drivos well gentle and kind and high action Can show a mile better than three min utes Any one wishing a very high bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style and action should see this horse Will stand at 8to to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid jack at elo Mares grazed at ez per month which in all cases must be paid before are removes Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J K BAUOIIMAN Hustonville In Loving Memory of Ethel L Haley Who Died May 20th 1904 Ethel li gone but nut forgotten Never will her memory fade Sweetest thought will ever linger Around the grave whore she li laid One more eoul la safely anchored In the harbor of the blot One more homo left sad and lonely One more body laid to rest Till the final trump Is sounded And the graves give up their dead There a golden crown Is waiting For each faithful servant dead There was an angel band In heaven That was not quite complete- So God toolc our darling Ethel To fill the vacant seat We loved her yes we loved her But tbo Savior loved her more So the Angels sweetly called her To that bright and happy shore Ah that cruel death must sever From our midst a friend so true Blessed Savior In our anguish Let us turn and trust to you May we learn In thy tweet counsel Ere the race of life Is run To say In our deepest sorrow Thy will 0 God not mine be done Will Thousend a guardian angel From the white throne above Down to heal the broken hearted Down to tell them of thy love May that Angel point us upward Through a sea of golden light Whore well see the one we grieved for Safely at our Fathers right Then sad hearts cease thy weeping Trust 0 trust and faint no more A little while and you will join her On that bright and shining shore It Is hard to part with Ethel Oh to sad to see her die But a gentle voice said come And she calmly entered home Written by her cousin Salllo B Far mer 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 action 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 the new constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Its proper con struction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL HUBBLE Jas McKechnle and T O Rankln have both purchased new carriages and are now ready to put on style Elder O M Huey preached an ex cellent sermon at the Christian church here Sunday afternoon that was enjoy ed by a large audience Mra Nancy Smith Is visiting her son at Somerset Mrs A O Carman Is with relatives In Lexington Mr Al Rankin and wife have returned from a visit to Pulaskl and Wayne Carmle Hubble has gone to Illinois prospect log for a home Willie Spoonamoro has gone to Kansas to make that hie future home Thos Wood is with his son George Wood at this place Mrs Henry Baker and children of Burgle are visiting her father J W Anderson Miss Zora Rankin has returned to her home at Somerset A large crowd from this place attended commencement exercises In Lancaster Tuesday evening Dr Nicole of Loulsyllle spent Sunday with his homefolka here Miss Flonnle Hammond Is visiting relatives In Lexington A Sure ThIng- It is said that nothing ia sure except death and taxes but that Is not altogeth er true Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption fs a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can tes tify to that Mrs O B VanMetre of Shcpherdtown W Va ssya I hada severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried very thing I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its Infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consumption Try it Its guaranteed by G L Penny drug gist Trial bottles free Regular sizes 50c100 Julian W Courts despondent over his Inability to pay numerous debts dropped from a lOthstory window In the Columbia building at Louisville and was killed Instantly He was a wellknown young man a clerk with the Louisville Henderson and St Louis railroad Notice of Election Regular Term Lincoln County Court held held May 9 1004 lion James P I Bailey judge presiding In the matter of the petition for a grad ed school in the town of Hustonville Kr At the last regular term of this court held on the nth day of April 1904 ape tition signed by Chas Wheeler C W Adams J P Goode Geo D Weather ford J G Weatherford V B Morse T L Carpenter W M Myers Jas Frye S D Yowell I A Blain J K Baughman Edward Alcorn and W R Williams was filed in open court before Judge Jas P Bailey judge of said coun ty court asking that a graded common school district be established with boundaries as follows towit Beginning at and including the residence of J C Neal and all of his farm running from East line of same to mile post 124 on the C S R K near crossing of the Hustonville Danville pike and the Cincinnati Southern R R running along the East liae of the right of way of said R R at said crossing with said road South to the crossing cf the driveway leading ro Russ Jones now Mc Cormack house including same thence to the residence of John Murphy Including him thence with the pike to the R R trestle North end in front of Hall An derson excluding him thence on a line to Bennett Cloyds residence including that thence to the old George Carpenter farm occupied by Willis Routen including him thence to the old George Carpenter rest dente excluding him thence to William Badgetts residence excluding him thence along North line of Evan Lyon farm to crossing of the Hustonville Liberty pike 234 miles from the college school building in Hustonville thence to the res idence of James Gastineau including him thence to the crossing of the Brad fordsville pike on the Casey county line thence to residence of C K McClure Including him thence to residence of N J Cone including him thence to reel dence of Mr Pord the W H Wright farm Including him thence to residence of J C Neal the point of beginning And it appearing to the court that all of the said petitioners are legal voters in residents of and taxpayers in the said proposed Graded Common School District in town of Hustonville Ky a town of sixth class of the Hustonville Magisterial District No 4 and that the site for the school house to wit Christian College in the town of Hustonville Lincoln coun ty Ky is certified to be and is not ex ceeding 26 miles from any portion of the boundary of the proposed district and it further appearing that a majority of the trustees in each of the common school districts embraced in whole or in part In said proposed graded common school dis trict of the said proposed graded common school district and have endorsed their consent in writing upon the said petition and it further that Garland Singleton superintendent of common schools in Lincoln county has consented in the establishment of the said proposed district and has endorsed bis consent In the said petition as provid petitionersBailey jude of the Lincoln county court agreed with them that the proposed Graded Common School district shall be as follow and which is the same in fact as that described in the petition on ele here in save as to ode line which is made near er to the site of the schoolhouse towit Beginning at and including the rail dence and farm of J C Neal thence run ning from the East line of same to mile post 124 on the Cincinnati Southern Rail way near the crossing of the Uuslonvtlle Danvllle turnpike of said said railway thence running to Petersburg schoolhouse excluding it thence with Baker and Jen nings line to east side of said railway at Bakers East corner thence with the Fast line of said railway right of way South to the crossing of the driveway leading to Russ Jones now McOnrraaeksJ house including it thence to residence of John Murphy including him thence South Fork Green River Turnpike to North end of trestle on said railway in front of Hall Andersons excluding him thence a straight line to Bennett Cloyds residence including that farm thence to residence of George Carpenter occupied by WilH Routen including that farm thence to the old Geo Carpenter residence excluding it thence to Wm Badgetts res idence excluding him thence crossing Hustonville ColTeya Mill Turnpike with North line of Evan Lyons farm thence from extremity of said North line a straight line to point on Hustonville and Carcnlers Creek turnpike 254 miles from Christian College building In Hustonville Ky thence to the farm of James Gastin eau including it thence to the crossing- of the IJustonville and DradfoTdsville pike on the Casey county line thence to the farm of C K McClure inclining it thence to the farm of N Cone includ- Ing it thence to Samuel Fords farm cluding it thence ta the beginning at jC Neats and the court being sufficiently advised it is now ordered and adjudged that M S Baughman be and he is hereby ordered and directed to cause a poll to be opened in the town of Hustonville Ky and an election to be there held on the 2ist day of June Ioo4 same being more than 40 days after the entry of this order to take the sense of the legal white voters In said proposed graded common school district whether there shall be levied and collected n annual tax of 30 cents on each 81oo of property assessed in said proposed graded school district belonging to while voters and corporations anda poll tax of 81 on each white male inhabi ant over Sit years of age residing in said proposed graded common school district for the purpose of maintaining a graded common school in said proposed graded common school district and for pur poe of purchasing or erecting suitable buildings therefor as provided by the common school law The officers of the election will also cause the said legalvo ters in said proposed graded common school district to vote five persons to be trustees of same provided said tax- hall be approved by said voters The of ficers of make due return of the result of said election at once after same is held A copy Att GEO li uoorm Clerk Lincoln Co Court First National Stank Of Stanford Kyf Capital Stock 50000 This institution wm originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In tillthen reorganized at the National Hank of In taGS and again reorganized a the Pint National Hatk of Stanford In 1881 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 ears It li better supplied now with facilities for transact before promptly and well than ever In Hi honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer porations Solicited J B Paiton W O walker Goo W Carter B poster L O Coach Cummins w II Shanks Successors to Farmers flank fc Trust and under same Hoping such business relations prove t 4 J nOOKEH Press BT HAIIKIS V Ire 11 MoUOHEKTS Chr W II Cbr V Reid DanTllle T Harris Stanford J S Ilocker Stanford S H Bauchman Stanford T V Illll Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J H Stanford J M Iettus Stanford Ed Carter Stanford J LINCOLN NATIONAL It ll CAPITAL STOCK flOOOO I Directors Owsloye 4 wit UrightU The Company continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT will mutually beneficial Officers WEAUENAsst Directors McKinneyM Ilaughman COUNTY BANK Officers I S H SHANKS Presided J L OWSLEY Cashier W II BRIGHT Ant Cashier +wwr +wvs al DIGNITY + DARENo 1982 Vol 5 A S H K Combined Stallion Mahogany ba7 hlaekyalate while only On left bind foot eight years old 313i hand ongcrauyon him a model tinder halter wonderful style In harness a slow horse sure When one yr old wore all honors In his claw wherever shown also the blue tie la sweepstake bar- nes ring at same age When a tbreerear old he was shown II times wore II blue stringy bas never been defeated In fancy Itarxras rings has always been the victor IB sUllton take ring as a breeder when shown with three or more of his get for site style and general eon formation and for all purposes Hn Is a saddle horse with flro dis Iahidate priced sale horse for saddle or harness He Is a sure enough harness horse graceful stylish and fast Can show eighths In ISJt second II tits gate with but little handling did this last fall attar serving Pt mart last spring He Is possessed of wonderful nerreand speed enough to get trotters for track ute or gentlemen a roadster klodl1dlllllOlltiongraceful substance docility It has been given up by horsemen that he Is one of thetmost uniform breeders to Kentucky He types his colt after himself bat never produCtJofthe highest typo blue string winners from the oldest to the youngest i flackEagleIII he by racebolle Danmark P S be br imported liedgford Dignitys first dam Lla ltrsdickBambietoniaumont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welclimonts Ort dam Pauline by Almont forest usa TIHM Dignity Dare will make the season of 1004 at my stable Inlluttonvllle Ky at HO to Insure a living colt when foaled Mares traded or removed forfeit Insurance aid money becomes due and must be paid at time of such transaction Mares grated at IS 61 per month and bills to be paid before removal of mares Drain fed If desired at reason reponaible JD S OAKPKNTER r ANTECARLO 226 12Made over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anteo ai6J that sold for 50000 at public sale tit dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm ki3 son of Mambrino Patcben two crosses produced The Abbot 201 champion trotting gelding Independencesdamfor Cresc us ao2j the champion trotting stallion of the world You see Antecarlos responsibleforthe blood of both Antecarlo is a solid brown horse ijl hands high welnghing 1170 pounds fine style and action One of the best posted men on trotting horses writes of w as follows In regard to the stallion Antecarlo bought of T H Smiley I will say I worked him about go days in igor and I consider him one ot the fastest trotters I 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 a time while he was in my charge that h could not step a quarter m li to cart He does not need any extra riging of any kind 10He will make the present season at my barn in the West End of inaure a living colt McALLIlITERjWill also stand a good mule Jark at IS to insure a living toll Be Jack and Horse before breeding your mares JI DOCK CRAY JI Shetland Pony old 38 inches tall owned by Hugh Reid Foster will make the season at Ito to Insure a living colt Dock IS by an imported pony that cost 11 000 in the Shetland Island and regarded by horsemen as the best pony in Kentucky defeating all comers in show ring in 1003 Lien retained on all colts until season is paid Mares with forfeits insurance and money becomes due E H BE7CZLEY Co CO i ti