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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n r SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 1 19148 A M NO 27 t 1 KINQSVILLE Blackberries are unhurt 10 far j J M McCarty nod the Meters Wal ter are doing a close saving business Mre Eliza RlRDoy has lately opened a flritcU i grocery onlr the bet of everything Sebastian Chlvolelto bought Dan biter hotel and restaurant nod li doing a thriving business Dan fleeter who bought Grsnvlllo residence and Is occupying it 1B8ker public life for good and Is dt it his tlmo to agriculture and live itock Tbo report that Mr Oabe Walter Is loon to be married Is positively untrue The Interesting event will not take place until after a democatlo president Is of the longcontinued ab sence of your old reliable correepon dent It occurred to me that any old thing would do bettor than nothing specially as such a mass of exciting events baveaccumulated in ourillrrlng village After many and rapid changes ID our celebrated hostelry The Pennyback or Hotel Is at present conducted by Its late purchaser Mr John liars who knows how to cater to the public wants Many ryjw houses have gone up Utoly old ones Improved 1ItIs said we are to lose In the near t future our oldest merchant Mr W L f McCarty who giving up commercial life wilt retire to his farm near Stan ford and will occupy bis mind In url culture and live tock He desires I Itpreeume to got closer to nature We dislike to lose Mr McCarty but ll Is sometimes said In more serious cases of separation Our lots Is anothers IThespirit of western enterprise has Hopped its wings over the farm of Dr Thompson Sixteen teams with 4plows oould have been seen a day or 4 two ago at work In his floldsturning to the sun the rich brown dirt that will soon bo blouctulojr In German millet How the doctor ever succeeded In col leotlng eo many teams and the owners all his patrons Is yet an unsolved mys tory OTTENHEIM Wm Anderson It bucking staves lor- Terrell Newell T J Terry killed a largo rattle snake near Pointers Spur Bid A J Daughertee gave a short talk to the Sunday school at Pica Grove SundayJack Manuel has out two bee trees In the last week but got very little honey either time- R G Collier says ho had a cow from which he sold over 1100 worth of but ter 1250 worth of calves and then told her for what she cost him Rev Bartlett did not Oil his appoint jmeetat Sugar Grove but Mr WT Di Whlto gave the congregation a very Instructive talk that was a sermon In itself The committee appointed by the county court to locate the proposed county road commencing at Whlto k Davis store and connecting the Chap pell Gap pike say it will be a fraction over three miles J n Boone and R G Jones of Stan Jr ford were out In the hills of this see tlon last week but as they had neither fishing rod nor gun we suppose they were prospecting for coal or gold or maybe digging ginseng LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Sow and five pigs for sale Gilbert Bruce Junction City Ten fat 200 pound bogs for sale E II Farmer StanfordaFOR SALE Three good mlllc cows All fresh John Steele Carpenter Hug tonvlllo Lutes Boone shipped a carload of wool from McKlnney to New York Sat urday This Is the third load they have shipped there Thos F Baker of Jessamine owns a cow from which his wife baa made a L pound of butter per day for tbreo years for 10 months In each year Eetray calf black Jersey came to my place six weeks ago Owner can let it by paying for Its keep and this notice G W Frye Huslonvlllo ESTRAY A threeyearold steer red or nearly red weighing 1000 lbs Left my place on the 18th Will give liberal reward for his return E G Bickley Stanford RelievedRheumatic P The prompt relief fromjtuo severe palm of sciatica and rheumatism which is af forded by Chamberlains Pain Balm is alone worth many times Its cost Mr Wlllard O Vale of PoughkcepsIoN Y wrHeaII am troubled with rheumatism and neuralgia of the nerves and Chamberlain Pain Balm gives relief quicker then any liniment I have over used For sale by W N Craig The production of oil during May In the KentuckyTennessee fields approx- Imate nearly 00000 barrel CHURCH MATTERS Rev Cannon preached at Parlor Grove church Sunday to a good con gregation Toe Presbyterian General Assembly Northern has selected Wlnonu Ind us the next place of meeting Bishop Galloway of Mississippi has Issued an appeal to the people of the State to help ibeflre sufferers of Yszoo CityThe Presbyterian General Assembly of the United States has declared In favor of union with the Cumberland Rev Dr J S Lyons the Southern Presbyterians favor fed eration rather than organic union with other branches of the church The Stanford Auxiliary to the C W B M will meet In tbe lecture1 room of the Christian cburch on Saturday af ternoon June 4tb at 230 oclock The contract for building tbe new Mt Vernon Bspllst church Woodford county has been let to Contractor Cor bin of Lexington for about 9000 By a decisive majority tbe Episcopal diocesan convention of Missouri hasde clared against the use of the revived version of the Bible lo the prescribed service of the church The Methodist General Conference at Los Angeles rejected the recommen dation providing for a spools depart mant on temperance The finances of the conference show a defiolt of 112000 The money will be borrowed from the nook Concern Dr Clarence B Strance of Salem Va closed a 10day revival at Somer set wbleh resulted In over 100 conver sions All tbe business houses Includ lair tbe saloons closed their doors dal ly for the afternoon services and the deepest Interest was felt In tbe services from the start- HYOGiEIS CCESIN STAN FORD Cured many serious cases of catarrh Penny will refund money if It falls No other raediolno or treatment for ca Urih has ever achieved earn quick and remarkable success In Stanford as Hyo mel The feet that Mr Penny when he first Introduced llyomol sold it under a pailllvo guarantee to relund the money In owe it did not cure contributed largely to its successful introduction A guar antee from a firm like Penny gave people confidence at the start Those who obtained a llyomel outfit found that the treatment did all that was claimed for II that the first few breaths of llyomel cleared the air passages and gave an exhilarating and invigorating effect Its continued uio freed the aye tem from all catarrhal germs soothed and healed the mucous membrane and made a complete and lasting cure Compared with the dangerous stomach drugging that had beeu wed heretofore In the treatment of catarrh the balsamic air of Uyouioi created a most favorable Impression And the medicine iUolf did even more than was claimed for it In tact to make a success It was necessary that Ilyomet should cure neatly every ease of catarrh in which it wee used for every outfit was sold on a guarantee to refund the money In case it failed If it had not possessed unusual merit an ofler like this could have resulted io an enormous loss But curing as it did Uyoinel soon gained an enviable reputation and made many friends who recom mend it far and near Its suttees here in Stanford has been remarkable and Mr Penny Is still selling It on his personal guarantee to refund the money in case it does not give satisfaction MATRIMONIAL An Illinois man has Just wedded his sweetheart whom be began io court 25 years ago and upon whom ho called according to his memorandum 2000 time Douglas Brown of Corbln an L S N conductor and Miss Lola Belle Rob erts of Gum Sulphur were married at the home of iho brides parents last week Rev A J Pike of Brodhead oHlolalcd Miss Lou Ella Jarretl daughter of John Jarrett of Brodhead and J F Cooper of Livingston were married Wednesday at the homo of Mr and Mrs G M Ballard The Rev J A Sawyer of London oQlclated Mt Vernon Signal Miss Willis Cecil NIold the hand some daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles S Nield of Louisville will be married June 8 to Shirley Everett Johnson It will be a typical June wedding with roses used In every available place In the brides homo where the ceremony will be performed Quito a clever little dog you have said Mr Staylato Yea replied Miss Patience hell bring your bat and cano to you Try him Philadelphia Ledger Elliott Kelley Sr cashier of the Central Bank of Lexington Is dead l NEWS NOTES The International Tuberculosis Con gress was formally opened In Copen hagenArchibald Montgomery of De Kov en this State was struck by llghlnlrg and killed Tbe sawmill plant of Vansant Kitch en d Co was burned at Ashland ec lalllng a loss of 150000 A pearl necklace given by Napoleon I to the Queen of Westphalia has just been sold In Paris for 33000 Formal announcement Is made ty the Detroit Southern railroad of Its in ability to meet Interest Juno At a result of the buslnessdepresslon In Wall Street hundreds of clerks em ployed there have been dismissed Tbe Hon John G Carlisle was award ed Judgment for 125000 against Leon Barnes In New York for counsel fees Verona Fleener under sentence of death for the murder of bis wife hang ed himself In tbe Jill at Morgantown The Jury at Bedford Iadln tbe case of McDonald charged with the murder of Miss Scbafcr returned a verdict of not guilty Hugh Allred a civil engineer and A JelleD his assistant were accident ally killed by electrocution at Ding hem Utah Dr Henry Hughes Farmer one of the most learned men In tbe State Is dead at his home In Henderson county at tbe age of 70 years Myr le Lee was arrested by a Federal otllcer at Lexington charged with the unlawful use of tbe malls In enticing young women to lead a life of shame In a decision rendered at Versailles Judge CaDtrill held that the testimony of a motherie law In a divorce case must be corroborated by other wit noises Lexingtoncal Society adjourned to meet next year In Louisville Dr G S Coon of Louisville was elected president When Miss Allen Roosevelt arrived at the Union Station In St Louis a mob of 400 women broke through the gates In their eagerness to see the Presidents daughter and almost forced her under the wheels before she could enter her carriage In the election of the olllcers of the Kentucky Department of tbo Grand Army at Frankfort tbe line between the Lily Whites and Negro faction was clearly drawn In an Interview Past Commander J W Hammond states that dlsorganltailon Is bound to follow Negro domination In the organ ization In this State He also says that Grand Commander John C Black was disgusted at seeing a reception tendered him at the Capital Hotel crowded with Negroes The latest reports from tbe Far East Indicate that tbe Russian forces are re treating toward Port Arthur The bat tie of Nansban Hull Is said to have been one of the bloodiest lo tbe history of modern warfare and the Japanese paid victoryTheirtheir men were killed or wounded and they estimate tbo Russian loss R 2000 Tbo Japanese captured 70 guns which Is considered at St Petersburg as a se rious blow to Gen Kuropatktn Tbe Japanese have captured the town ot Nan Quan Ling It Is believed they will continuo their movement toward Port Arthur with a view of attacking that place No official Information has been given out at St Petersburg William S Taylor the fugitive ex governor of Kentucky was engaged to deliver the memorial address at Koko mo but the outcry against him woe so strong that the engagement was can celed and the G A R told Mr Taylor he wasnt wanted That this man charged with red handed murder In Kentucky and fleeing from Justice should bo invited to address an audl ence of law abiding citizens of Indiana opens the old sore and freshens the hu mllluilon under which the State suiTors as long as the governor refuses to per form hid duty under his oath and the constitution Two years ago Taylor sought an engagement at Butler De Kalb county and was billed to speak at a county fair but tho people objected so strenuously he was warned not to come Butler sot the example and Kokomo followed It If overy community will do tbe same Indiana soil will soon cease to bo a refuge for fugi tlvo assassins Fort Wayne Ind JournalGazelle Cured His Mother of Rheumatism My mother has been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism says W II Howard of Husband Pa At times she was unable to move at all while at all times walking was painful I pre sented her with a bottle Chamberlains Pain Balm after ate applications she said it was the most wonderful pain re hover she had ever tried in fact she Is never without It now and is at all times able to walk An occasional application of Pain Balm keeps away tho pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale by W N Craig R L HUBBLB Candidate for State Senator in this die trict composed of the counties of LID coin Boyle Garrard and Casev is a prominent farmer and mule dialer of thus county and by his good business tact has accumulated a snug amount of this worlds goods Although a worker for the party for years be never be fore sought political preferment and now that be wants office hie friends are going to use their might and main to secure It for blm Mr Bubble is 42 years old and has an Interesting tam ily of a wife a son and daughter His name Is Robert Lee Bubble but his friends know him as Took a name given hIm by bis old black nurse There are few It any better democrats than Mr Hubble who Is always In tbotblcU est of tbe fight against the common en omytbe republican party- HIGHLAND Mrs J S Young has been quite again Mr Pauline Terry has been laid up fur several days with a severe spell of rheumatism The family of C M Young was con siderably shocked during too storm Monday afternoon when the lightning struck the telephone wires shattering the phone and tearing up part of the floor and calling Fortunately no one was hurt Quito a stir was created during servi tee at the Christian church Saturday night when Burton Spires the young man who was truck by a base ball bat last summer fainted and fell to tbe floor as It dead He was carried out door and soon regained consciousness John Myers and family who have been living In Nashville for some tIme will return to Highland and live In Mr H P Youngs house on the corner near Mill street Mrs J Y Goodpas ter left Monday to visit her brother near Mt Sterling Hiram Surber and baby and Miss Birdie Surber of Indi ana were visiting the family of John Spires Ira Cook o1 Somerset was here visiting his relatives Willie Hendrix of near Eubanks was visiting the family of Jno M Long last week Rev G H Cannon and wife are viI Itlng his mother in Bath county GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dons all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liver and all the fine spirits ever made In tbe Blue Grata State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredand one ill effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condi tion If you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful In your pursuits You can put your liver in fine condition by using Greens August Flowerthe greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia indigestion It has been a favorite householdremedy for over 35 years Au gust Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c At all druggists The Show Is Coming Toe Sun Brothers mammoth new Railroad Shows Museum of Wonderd Trained Animal Exposition which is billed to exhibit at Stanford on Satur day June 11th Is being received this season by thousands of delighted spec talors and unqualifiedly endorsed by every newspaper and patronized alike by the brains wealthy fashion and masses Dont miss the opportunity of attending the largest and best one ring show extant Grand free street parade at 11 A M day of show Two perform ances dally rain or shine 2 and 8 p M Doors open one hour earlier Lake Baikal tbe Holy Sea Is ex cepting Victoria Nyanza In Africa tbe largest lake in tbe Eastern Hemisphere It Is 3100 feet deep Its bottom being 1600 feet below sea level and In area corresponds to Lake Michigan Sick headache results from a disorder stomach and Is quickly cured by Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by WN Craig t n About The suit i sseaw sws 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 osrsS T o mILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE VEHICLES I If you need n New Turnout this Spring some thing serviceable 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 Higgins MKinnay STANFORD KENTUCKY Some 66 Hoss Sense Reasons whya tin root not a sheet iron is the best roofmade 1st It will lust 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 is connected to a tile with down aj out 3rd There is 50 per cent less danger of fire and it will reduce the insur ance enough to pay the difference between it and a cheap roof See S II Aldridge the tinner and plumber that does the work Phone No 116 S H ALD RIDGEDepot Street Stanford Ky 300Square Feet two coats to the gallon thats what THE SHERWINWILLIAMS 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 paintto use Always gives satisfaction- If you want to save money in painting let us show you the s way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting SOLD BYiCRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky GO TO W B MoRoberts LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED DRUGGIST STANFORD FOR II LANDRETHSI WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HARVEY HELM Of StanlordI a candidate for Congress In this the of the elemo Eighth district subject to the action ersrtc party HON D L MOORE for Congress In the f of Mercer county is a candidate G G6I1tcrt subNonsuteeeddistrict toIIrbth the action of the Oemocratlc rarty Your sup t porto eamUy IOlIclleJ t G GGILBERT let C111 It to the Of Shelby la a candidate r R C WARREN Is a can1l1ate ler of the the uatk LlncMn party county court sobJettTHOMAS D NEWALND SR county subject II Iebe a cu41iat action of thedemocnuUnpartY GEORGE W i ofUnc1n tunty subject II party T JEFF HILL SR II a can41iatl the3emoffctUUpay countyu t the action of JESSE C LYNN sheriff of Lincoln county subject to II uiuatt i oeeacdonof tedemocnecparty- SAMUEL M OWENS I LtanamteforShermot Lincoln county subject Ie till actIOn of lb party DINK FARMER Is the a oft the for Jailer LiP county subject to JAMES C HAYS to the action of the Is a candidate for Jailer subject 4tjrocittk party W I HERRIN to the action of the It a caniUst for Jailer subject tsaocrttic party MEREDITH E PRUITT for Sup rlnten4enl of Public Schools II a le aratk at Uncoln CountyubJect to the actIOn of the party MISS KATE BOGLE surerlbten1enl of Public Schools fors a endidate action or the demo of Uncolo county subject cratIC party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sublet to the action of the democratIC party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate fer Assessor of Lincoln county ject to the actIOn of the democratic party D C ALLEN ject a to the dine oftheaDemocrattic pactcounty sub EMMETT MCORMACK Is Assessor of Lincoln county suba ject ttootheaction of the democratic party W A CARSON IsaJcandldateforAssessor of Lincoln county sub Jectto the party E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney 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 district subject to the action of the democratic party WHILE we believe that Madison county democrats will Instruct for Hon Harvey Helm for Congress we are cognizant of the fight that Is being made for Mr Gilbert In tbat county A good man and democrat Mr Jake Col ling whose son was given an appoint ment to Ancapolls throuen Mr Gil berts Influence wants to show bis Brat itude by having bis county go for the Shelby county entry which Is all well and good But when It comes to paying such debts dont Madison county owe Lincoln something We think she does Since the writer came to Kentucky some 25 years ago Madison county men have been running for ofSe and Just that long Lincoln coup ty democrats have been supporting them McCreary for Congress a half dozen terms then for U S Senator Jo hn Cbenault for auditor etc After all of this does It not behoove Madi son to return the compliment about now We think it does Which is the greater a continuous support of a fourth of a century or a little appointment Let the good democrats of Madison ask themselves this question before they vote for Mr Gilbert over Mr Helm Let them consider well the Justice ol the thing before they turn Lincoln down for Shelby No doubt Mr Collins feels good toward Mr Gilbert for what the latter has done for his boy but Is that any rea eon why Madison should go against Its neighbor county of Lincoln which heretofore has been satisfied year after year with helping Madison county democrats Into office Ie Is the duty of the democrats of that county to do all In their power for Mr Helm and we are firm In our belief that they are going to do It A VIRGINIA girl engaged to three I men has settled the difficulty by mar vying the man for whom she says she cares the least Women are not only fickle things but In many Instances strAnge things They however are good things under any and n all dream Btancee POLITICAL Washington county democrats will hold a primary Aug 6 to nominate county officers Mr Hearst has canceled bis contract for three floors In the Planters Hotel at St Louis during the democratic National convention The republican machine leaders are still complaining about the appoint ment of Secretary Cortelyou as cam paign manger W Godfrey Hunter D C Edwards and Eiward Parker candidates for Congress In the 11th dlstrlctwlll begin a series of Joint debates at Tompkins vllle June 6 They will speak at every Important point In the district Booker Washington ought to have waited another 12 months before launching his book entitled Working with the hands This Is the presiden tial campaign year and most people will want to work with their mouths Lexington Democrat Senator Matthew Stanley Quay of Pennsylvania died Saturday At his home at heaver after a long Illness of chonto gastritis He was In his 70th year The funeral will take place to day and the Interment will be at the Beaver Pa cemetery In this Issue appears the announce meet of Hon U L Hubble of Lincoln as a candidate for State Senator Mr Hubble Is wellknown In Gal rard and has many warm supporters He is thoroughly qualified for the place and Is In the race to win Lancaster Re curdCol Jack Chino announces that he will be a candidate for State Senator from the Franklin Anderson and Mer cer district His opponents will be Sam C Black and Eb Magoffin also of Mercer It Is Mercere time to select the Senator A primary election will probably be called The Maryland democratic State Con vention elected an uninstructed delega tion to the national convention The delegates all favor the nomination of Senator Gorman for President and the delegatesatlarge are A P Gorman John Walter Smith Murray Vandlver and J F C Talbott Here and There Great damage was done by a cloud buret around Enid O T Whisky was voted out of the last precinct of Grayson county Saturdayi President Roosevelt delivered the Memorial Day address at Gettysburg Po Jack Baxter was mysteriously shot And killed at Mannsvllle Taylor coun ty Iskoroik a Russian village has been destroyed by fire with losses of 11000 000 Twentytwo deaths by violence was Louisvilles record for lie days last weekThe Government of Quebec Is to sell to an American syndicate the Magda ten Islands Dr Ralph N Isbam for nearly half a century a leading physician of Chi cago Isdead The Jury could not agree In the Willie assassination case at Cadiz and were discharged J W Hug ut uwlneDt Mason and Pythian of Lexington Is dead of Hodgklne1 decease Deputy Sheriff Day was shot and killed while trying to arrest fish dyna miters near Whltesburg Fire on the water front of Jersey City destroyed seven freight and coal piers entailing a total loss of 5000000 A severe hall and wlndstrom swept over Nicholas county doing considerable damage and perhaps fatally Injur ing one man Russia Is said to have offered toevac uate Manchuria If China will lease to Russia the III territory of 23000 square railed In Chinese Turkestan Mrs Edouard Bliss a music teacher who some years ago was decorated by the Ring of Belgium committed sui clde at Nevada Mo with carbolic acidUnion printers made an attack on E G King employed by F CNunemaoh er In Louisville and beat him brutally Outsiders who endeavored to stop the assault also suffered Lightning struck Judge Robinsons hen house and killed every chicken therein The Judge would be In bad shape should a Methodist camp meet Leg strike the town Lancaster Re cordThe body of Lee Culver badly man gled was found In a coal chute at Portsmouth 0 and Identified by his two brothers of Louisville Herman Hamilton a Negro Is In Jail charged with tho crime One of the greatest blessings a modest man can wish for Is a good reliable set of bowels It you are not the happy pos lessor 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 are pleasant to take and agreeable in effect For sale by WN Craig Special Judge John E Cooper grant ed a cbango of venue from Cyntblana to Mt Sterling In the perjury cases against Sheriff Ed Callahan B F French and Tick Jim Bach a Crossed olectrlo wires caused a half million dollar fire at New Orleans LANCASTER The third base bU teem played Hj attsvllle Saturday afternoon on the latter campus The score was 02 to 14 In favor of Lancester A large number of contestant left Thursday morning for the Nlcbolss vlllo Tournament where they entered eight contests and won elx prlze8IRev F M Tinder le holding a pro tracted meeting In Mlddlesboro His place was Oiled Sunday morning and evening by Rev Chllder pastor of the Mlddlesboro church Toe Monumental Street Carnival will be held during the entire week on our streets This will attract large crowds from the country and the week will be given up to the diversions It affords The Knlgbta of Pjtblas observed Memorial In an afterIDOODaddress his subject being The Broth erhood of PytblanUm He the subject from a psychological treatedI point then from a eotl lastly a spiritual closing his remarks In an earnest and Impressive manner Will West played the organ and the choir was composed of the best singers In town The concluding services at the cemetery were held over the grave ot Sir Knight James Dllllon after which flowers were placed upon the graves of the departed brothers Mrs J W Elmore hasreturned from a visit to Richmond relatives Mice UlllhIto Lexington Miss Nannlo Oakley one of our popular teachers In the school returned to Memphis Wednesday Mrs John Farra Is back from a visit to her sister Mrs George McRoborts In Covlngton Mica Washburn has returned to her home In Loalsvllle Miss Cerena Dunn has returned to her home In Danville after a pleasant visit hero Dr tV S Beazley her returned from a short stay with his brother In Louis ville Mr Ogdeo of Hamilton Ohio has been the guest of Miss Allle Ar nold Miss Mary Arnold Is at home from Jessamine Institute accompanied by her friend Miss Horetztkoy Mrs J C Hempblll accompanied by her daughter Miss Tbeo has returned from Hamilton College where she at tended commencement exercises Mlis Theo being a eraduato Wm West and Robert Embry have returned rom Lexington Mrs Henry Faulcaner left veeterday for her new bomeln Cin cinnati after spending the winter with her parents here Miss Lora Belle Minor is back from CampbellHager man College Carleton Elkln Is at home from Rose Hill Semlnery Ver sallies Miss Jennie Duncan has re turned from a visit to Dr and Mrs W S Elkin In Atlanta IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The Hlbbs Oil Co of Wayne county with 125090 capital has been Incorpor atedAlbert Burton was given a life see tence by a jury at Columbia for killing Deputy Jailer Martin Conover last March Gen R J Brecklnrldge will deliver the address at the Confederate decoration at Harrodsburg Friday afternoon June 3 J D Clark a butcher has died suit against the board of education of the Graded School at Nlcholasvllle because his 12yearold daughter Inez fell over the banisters In January and was seri ously Injured He wants 120000 dam agesBill Newcomb charged with horse stealing was given 42 years in the pen by the Rookcastle circuit court In 1888 be was sent to the pen for 21 years for manslaughter and when convicted this time was given double the time of his former sentence The stockholders of the Casey Coun ty Fair Association met Monday and elected J 0 Coulter president G R Wllkerson vice president C F Mont gomery secretary T F Murphy J Sweeney W G Cowan 0 P Bowman and S J Bell directors Fair will be held last week in July Casey County New NOTICE I am handling a lot of young horses Have an experienced driver and to do tbo work lly charges are tLl per month Horses also handled on commission L O DUNN Mt Salem Ky Dr J R Pennington Dentist Of Louisville has located at tbo Weather ford Hotel Hustonvllle for a row weeks to tqilothoroughly educated In the latest painless processes to the dental profession Dr J B Beck DENTIST Offlco In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky A S PRICE inrgeonDenttatI Stanford Ky OmesoTsr McBoberU1 Drnj ator latheOvslsv Building FOR SALE Residence with 8 room halls and porches cistern servant room coal house hen house stable and shed with BX aero of land on Danville street 31 ot a mile from court house Just outside ot town llmltsand within 400 yards of graded school For Information applY to U J WUOUEltfS Stanford Ky INEW ILACKSMITH SHOP iavingrmtedtheWm Daughertv black Inop on wet main street I am prepared to all kinds of blacksmith wood work I have an experienced work man In charge Work guaranteed Give me a call will also keepon hand all the time a lot ot lumber of alt 11AKEK WALLS Dr OS Williams DENTIST guuranteodI Hustonvlllo Kentuc- kyPOSTED strictlyforbidpausing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J Z amore T M Holmes II F Newland J It OatnenUoh Peter Balmer W II Johnson Mn Mary Olven David Stephens James M White and wife V Carton H I Hawkins Mrs Mary K Welch It A Lawrence Frank Oordler ReynoldsMorgan FOR SALE I putIDknives bag holders paper cutter nail hanginglampgurger show case good Iron safe These were fixtures I bought of Tho Peacock when I bought his stock of goods and hv goodsICome and seem them D W LXIQII Kurds Store Ky CLEANING HOUSE I You may need new carpets mattfngeoll cloth rugs shades lace curtains tacks curtain poles pictures frames screens passe partolit doors windows glass table chairs sates wardrobes couches dressers washstand beds springs mattreues chamber suits water aetllampa chi on let folding beds washing machines wring ers wall paper carpet paper trunks tcie scope carriage house paint curtain stretcher carpet stretcher etc PRUITT BROSUNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY EAGLE BIRD TIe mighty son of the great King eagle le Ulrd as a show stallion has but few equal He won tho I501 stake at Losing too defeating some of the greatest producedEaglefinished horses is not surpassed Ills colt are In demand and are selling for high prices either for business or breeding pur poses Will make the present seaion at thr stable of his owner two melee west of Stan ford on the Shelby at the tow price of 110 to Insure a living colt Parting with the mar forfeit the Insurance JAB II WOODS Stanford Ky PROSPECT 2087DBSCHIITIOS Fouled April 28 1060 16 hand high solid bay with white feet be hind a model In form with superior style a show horse second to none either In harness or under Iddle- IJIHORUSlred by Dignity Dare IOn ho hyIIIackDare lit dam Lltilo Mont by Wel hmont he by William Welch he by Bysdlcka Ham bletonlan Irospect 1st dam Dora Deano 2710 by On Time he Stone wall Jackson Sri tad dam by Joe Abdallab ho by Abdallah Olencoe 3rd dam by Fnnka Sumpter Denmark 4th dam by mack Hawk Morgani Sth dam by Oli ver he Wagoner Clbdam by Imp Messenger Will serve a limited unmoor of mares tbo present season at Lie TO INSURE A LIVE COLT Money due when colt ta foaled or mare traded or parted with Mares grated at 83 per month ail bills paid bnfore removal of mares i not responsible for accident or es capes F P CARPENTER Moreland Ky SUN BROTHERS Worlds Progressive Rail road Shows Enlargsd and Reconstructed- For The Prsssnt Ssason Greater Grander Bigger getter Than Ev- erSATRDAY JUNE II Stanford Ky Some of tbo great features to be scan with Sun Brothers Railroad Shows The IIARDELL AND HART TRIO Aerial Horizontal Bar Experts lULL FAMILY SOCIETY Acrobate SupremeCOMMODORE the Rope Walking Mule nd fitjiir Acts and Novelties too numerqurfo mention Tho Grand Street Parade takes place at 11 Oclock A SaturcijM June II Two performances at 2 and 8 r it dally T Brand Loaders Cost Price Sale On account of tlio backward season wo fled we arc overstocked In nearly every lino We are going to hold n special 10 day cost jtrlco solo Every thing sold as advertised come early as tho assortment Is sure to bo broken carl White blue and black vollo 33 Inches wide all wool lirlco flue for 10 days 39o per yard i38 inch mohair black blue and gray tho ttOo kind for 10 days 30o yard 10Inch black mohair tho 81 kind for 10 days only OOo yard yardFinestyard27Inch days only 3lto yardAllNew orashoa for ladlws suits that wero 2oo yard for 10 days lOo per yard Mercerized linen for shirt waist guile that was 25o for 10 Aftya lOo yard BOo nwrcerlMxl white goods for 10 days only 26o yard yardLawns 4 Ladies Muslin Underwear For 10 Days Only 16o corset covers Oc 25o corset covers lOo 36e corset covers lOo fiOc corset covers 3So 60o gowns 2Bc 78o gowns Joe 81 25 gowns SPa Mo drawers lOcj600 drawers 30c Save time anti moray ujr attending this sale NOTIONS ETC100 kid glove nil colors fiOo 10 In onl roe ladles tan glove ICc for 10 days only 6c ladder white honutllohod handkerchiefs 4c 20c Uamburgs go at lOe yard tOe liamburgs go at 6c yard OVT8LEY HLOrK WATCH OUR ADS THE GRAND LEADERM B Lo y O Co S B Levy It is n little Into for Sheep Dip but if your sheep or cattle have Scab Lice or are troubled with Flies or other insects DuBonborrys Croo loum Shoop Dip will euro promptly This Dip soils for 125 per gallon and will make 100 gallons of pro pared Dip PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford m 1 last resting of departed of suitable Monument be exclusive artistic design materialIand of feet workmanship We carry I I the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools GNone better None cheaper WM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky Corsets 35 Cents Corsets Wo nro oflbring this it special bargain in Sununorwoight Not Cor swatpaidOrdersStanford but arc doing a etrictly mailorder buiincM Buying direct from the manufacturer and having no hire rent or insurance duty we are enabled to very low prices on goods wo handle f WATCH OUR ADSfICorrespondence regnnling your wants solicited It will pay you to withTREAT CO STANFORD KY I We are Now Showing A beautiful line of Ladies Slip pers manufactured by Kriffendorf Dittmann See our line W E I 237 acre of land situated In county Ky on the road from Stanford to a from the falling springs and running streams on lime and known as the John 8 farm All of said farm in grass except nbont 30 acres 6S acres In wheat which looks well All under good fence me or write me before OEO W Ky e The place your ones by the a Let It of and the best per week clerk to make trado A Lincoln PerkinsJC R McCormackDealer Fine Staple and Fancy Gtoceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High Market Price for Country Pro ducesCeR McCormack Hustonville FOR SALE turnplko loading Hustonvlllo neighborhoods Murphy growing Timothy andolovcr desldngtopurchasing CARTER Tnrnersvllle erection est EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In Irepresent one of tho beet tailoring firms In the country With my experience In taking measures and dlrectoni I give your clothes are bound to ho satisfactory as my many patrons In this will bear me out prices are the same M inex perienced men who aro in the bnsiucsD I also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other sultlngu I will cut and make if you dcslro at a moderate prico Thinking you for put favors I am yours H C RUPLEY tho Tailor 1 ii 8 h e e1 i e r e t e t Calicos 5o Apron Gingham 50 Drown Cotton 50 Lawns 5c Lawns 7o Good Corsets 30c Toadies Vesta lio Do 7c Do 10e Do 25C 2Bc crash Bilking t colorslOoHemp Carpet8180 2rc Matting lUc 82 00811110881 60 Strap l1ippcrsSl 00 Oxford Slippers 81 00 Few Sizes In Infants t t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL c8TANFOIID KY MAY 31 1901 g DONT forgot about Ponnjri Ice cream Wo hays llltlo paper buckets r for tending on cream and while you are up town take a imall package homo with you fuel for a trial Price 30o quart 1conyi Drug Store- PERSONALS DR M LEE PiiES of Moroland li rejoicing over the arrival of a ion PItoP AND MRS J W DAVIS of Mlddleburs wore hero Saturday S B LEVY J T Embry lad J C Bailey went to Cincinnati Sunday Mils U W RICE of LlvlDRiton J was the guest of Mrs Wm Fields MRS J W OUBST WM on Saturday e I gain bound for Danville to vliltfrleodi FRED VON ORUENIOAN spent lever al days In Loulivllle with hit brothers 1 MR SIIELUY TIUUULE of Jelllco wai bore Sunday en route to Garrnrd rfBAltL COLEMAN li staying In Ponnyi Drug Store sod Lloyd Buoy In McRob trttV MRS DKTTIB MoKiNNBY U In Lou 4 Uvlllo with her daughter MM W J S Ysger MK AND MRS M F BUCIN of Lex lopton are brre with relatives and friends 4 MH6DAMB8 W U USDERWOOD and Annie UoltMlaw spout Sunday at Win j Chester DR LEE DILL la back from the Lou livllle College of Dentlitry a full lUdg eU graduate PROP M O WINFREY has been reelected superintendent of the Mlddlci hboro Graded School MR 0 O GOOCH of Waynoiburc bat been at Dr W 0 OBannoni some days for treatment SBNATOH GBOROK T FARRIS was bore Saturday on route to Lancaster to speed Sunday with his family MRS HuoH P COOlHR of Lebanon wbo was tbe bandiome Mite Amelia Pearson of Harrodiburjr has a loa MRS A A ADDAMS of Crab Oroh ard was on Sundays train returning from a vlill to relatives In Loulivlle MISS LUCY MASSEY returned jester day from Bowling Green where ibe attended tbe Cherry Normal College Mn W n MUELLER left Saturday for St Louie to attend to business as- n well as tee tbe eights of tbo World e FairMiss FANNIE POWELL of Huiton vllle suffered a itroke of paralysis a few dayi ago and her condition Ii very critical MR AND MRS M S BAUQIIMAN were In Lexington lilt week to see their daughter Mln Sarah Baugbman I SAM W MENEFEE and bli friend Mr MoAdami of Danville spent Sunday with the family of Mr J N Monefee MR AND MRS J T PALMER have returned to tbelr home at Point Leav ell after a pleasant visit to their daughter Mm A T Traylor MRS G G TAYLOR who has boon visiting her sister rUle Lucy Simpson was called to her homo at Detroit by ti the serious Illnert of a grandson LITTLE Miss LOTA AND HERMAN CASTLE who have been visiting their aunt Mrs John F Eoelcraan returned to their home at Wilton Saturday- S T FARRIS and wife of Paris and W L Beailey and wife of Bellovuo have been tbo guests of Mr E U Beailey and family on Danville Ave flue SHELTON M SAUKLEY managing ft editor of the Lexington Democrat spent a portion of Sunday and yoitor day wltb his mother and sweetheart roIMRS WILLIAM P GivENS was the hostess of the 24 hand Euchre Club last week She entertained the club In ole pant style Mils Annie Tribble won the prize SUNDAYS Lexington Democrat con tamed good pictures of the graduates of Campbollnagerman and Hamilton Colleges including Misses Sara and Chloe Baughraan and Sue Taylor En gleman of this place MISSES SARA BAUOIIMAN Chloe Baugbman Sue Taylor Engleman Nannlo Woods Eogleman and Salllo Taylor Woods returned Friday from bave beon at LexingtoncollegeThe Ilrlt named young lady graduated at Hamilton College and the next two at CampbellHagor 4 man 1 I e S y eo e e A Y i s i UNLOADING SALE EXTRAORDINARY I You cant afford to miss such an opportunity to supply your wauta with desirable goods AVe have selected many items from ovary department and tbo price is so low that you will greatly profit by buying fur present or future use Look out for the REMNANT SALE We arc offering arc from tho beet makers If you are in nped of a fine Dross Shoo or Oxford or somo cool and comfort able shoo for every tiny como and let us show you MANLKV ALIIIUQUT of Brodhead was here yesterday Miss BBSSIK MAE LEAK of Lancaj ter la tbo quest of Mill Bowie Yantli MR A B ELiciN ono of the Lex ington Democrats reporters U hero wltb old friends Miss SADIE MARTIN was called Maretiburg yesterday by the lllneii of her mother Mrs S fl Martin DR W F PHILIPS orders his paper changed from Crab Orchard to Hum boldt Tone to which place he has moved LOCALS LOST on Main St a blue Jacket with black lining Leave at this oQico 9 Tug Juno term of the Lincoln circuit court will begin Monday week A good many Important cases are to bo tried WE will save goodmoney on Ladles Mine and children shoes See the now styles and get dur prices John P Jones Fort SALE One good delivery wag loa horse and harness Will be sold cheap If takes Immediately Call on S P Gray Stanford REMOVAL Dr R A Jones has removed his dental oCIco to the parlor ol tho Myen Rouse dlrcotly across the street from bl old office STANFORD defeated Crab Orchard 20 to 8 nero Friday afternoon Tbe D k D team knocked our bore out 11 to 1 al Danville Saturday afternoon MR J G WBATHBIITORD of Rue tonvtlle was elected a director of tbo Beaver Creek Oil k Uas Co to sue Geed Col W G Welch deceased WANTEDCoal Minors 40 cents a oar mine run Stearns Coal Company Stearns Ky Call on W S Gloie Danville Ky for particulars 3t MR WATT M UDCEttAR of McKinney and Judd Phillip of Liberty have opened a Sour meal and teed store at Moreland and aro doing a goo business KILLED fly Mr Vales tine Fagaley of the Klngivlllo section was here Saturday and told ui that Mr Robert Wheeler last a valuable mare and mule colt by lightning lilt week Mr Wheelers neighbors made up neat subscription to reimburse him A LARGE crowd beard the Baccalau reate lermon of Stanford Female Col lego at the Presbyterian church Run day morning Rev Gilbert Glass preached a mo t excellent dlicoureoand the music was floe There wore no ser vices at tbo other churches and all of the pastors took part In the exercises IN addition to tbe liberal prize offered by Manager E B Bcazloy In hi contest hero Juno 17 the Flower Academy of Speeb and Dramatic Art of Cincinnati will give to the winner of the first prize a onehalf scholarship for ono year equivalent to 175 to second a onethird scholarship and the winner of the third prize a one fourth scholarship COFFBY John V CofTey ono of the bolt men In the West End died of pneumonia at the homo of hli brother Mr Joseph Codey at Mllledgovltle and wasburled at his old homo In Mid dleburg Friday after services by Rev J B Fcrroll Ho was 61 years old and was never married Messrs W A Coffey of MoKInnoy and J K Coffey of Yosemite aro also brothers of the dccoiicc ALLENMr Benjamin Newton Al len ono of the oldest moo In the county died at the homo of his son Mr D C Allen near McKinney Saturday afternoon aged 89 Stomach trouble caused his taking away and ho was ill but a few days His wife died a num ber of years ago but four sots and soy oral daughters are loft to mourn a kind and Indulgent father The sons boo sides the ono named above are Messrs James W John J and Millard E Al len all splendid citizens of this county Mr Allen was a flue old gentleman noted for his hospitality and good deeds and his death will carry sorrow to the hearts of many who admired him for his sterling qualities Rev T H Coleman preached his funeral at tie Bap stet church in Hustonylllo Sunday after which his romaine were laid to f rest In the Huttonvllle cemetery In thai presence of a large assemblage of friends j THE SHOES SETERA1TCE8z EON STANFORDRICHMOND ENTERS Miss Jennie Terrell of Richmond has entered tbe contest hero Miss Terrell Is ono 0 Madison most popular girls beIproposition at will tall thetoterritory li too for a successful banking Institution at that place I OLD PAPERMR O Warren has a copy of the Frankfort Commonwealth dated July 27 1847 It gives an excellent description of the burial cer emonle at Frankfort of Col Wm R McKee an uncle of Mri Warren Hen rv Jlay Jr and other Kentucky sol d url who fell at Buena Vlste and pub lIbel In full the oration of the day do livered by John C Brecklnrldgo An Immense anemblage was present and among them wai the Old Commoner Gen Kichary Taylor ii boomed for tbo presidency and articles published to show the brand of his politics about which there seems to have been some question Much ipace li given to new from Mexico and many reasons urgr for building the railroad from Franic fort to Loulivllle A New York letter give an account of a Chinese Junk an chorea there a rare thing In those dayi The sailor were anxious to tee the town and tbe town was sextons to see tbe sailors but tbe wearing apparel of the latter or rather Us scarcity prevented tbe gratification of their wishes PROGRAM of the entertainment to be given thus week by Miss Ellen Del loui music elan TUBSDAY NIGHT Piano Duds of Promise Webster Elizabeth McKinney Virginia Maho ay James Cooper Lillian Mueller song Under the Old Umbrella Luo p Leo Walton James Cooper piano La Mozelle Ilgeofrltz Mary Shepherd Cook William OBannon Lucy Lee Walton Lillian Mueller Virginia Ma- bony Anna D McRoberti Borta Jea Peony violinist song Old Time- Remedies Wallace Singleton piano Dixie Josephine Carpenter Luoy Lee Walton William OBannon Berta Jean Penny violinist song Im Little but Oh My Elizabeth Higgins piano Yankee Doodle Mary Shepherd Cook Anna Davis McRoberts Elizabeth Mc Littlse or m OBannon Old Kentucky Home Jas Cooper Lillian Mueller Mary E McKinney Josephine Carpenter Berta Jean Penny violinist cantata Tbe Revels of the May Queen queen Annie Lewis Gentry herald James Owe ley spring Josephine Carpenter but ter cup Mary Shepherd Cook violet Salllo Mills Craig forgotmeoot An na D MoRoberti pansy Mary BeaeleyaPlano Amorlta Meyer Francei Cooper Helen Beazley Mattlo Mo Clary Resale Yantli Vocal duet That We Two Were Maying Klngley PIto The Shadow Dance McDowolle Allle Richards Huffman Vocal solo The Sbogy Shoo Ambrose Mary McRob erts Piano Rondo Hoist Frances Cooper Etta Mueller Lyloa Cooper Ollie Crow Vanhook Annie Steele Cook Mary Bella Spoonamoro Violin Solo a Air Melodleux Bohm bAl bumblatt GreigDarts Jean Penny Vocal DuetMary McRoborts Jose phine Brady PJano 2nd Volse God ard Kate Newland Olllo Crow Van look Plano Sonata In D Mozart Mary Higgins Virginia Bourne Vo cal solo Meet Me Love Oh Meet Me DeKoven Miss Lynn Plano Over tureVirginia Bourne Mary Higgins Mary VanAridale Kate Waters Mary MoRoberts Polly Traylor Family Al bum Mary Burch Drill Tho Sleigh Dells THURSDAY NIGHT Chorus Summer Fancies Metra PII ano solo Thorn Rose Bendel Mary Ambrosia McRoberts Chorus Row Us Swiftly Campana Misses Jennie Lynn Tevls Carpenter Nell Warren Plano Solo Aurora Moszkowski Kate Walton Waters Plano solo selected Mrs Charles Harvlolle Piano solo The Malden Wish ChoplnLUzt Mary Walker Higgins Reading se PlanoITheHappy DaykStrelezkl Miss Lynn Piano solo ataPathetlque Beethoven Virginia Lee Bourne Grecian Harp Dance SUMMER lap dusters at J C McCla rys tQAVE you noticed Treat Cos ad on 35o coreetsy 2t BUY tbeModelSteelRange of S P Gray Stanford LOST Ten weeks old yellow Collie male Reward Jesse C Lynn Stan ford TilE Graded School closed Friday Stanford Female College will close Its doors tomorrow SEE the 1004 pattern In oil stoves Cheaper this year All sizes In stock Higgins li McKtnney DECORATION DAY was observed here only by the banks the poatofllco and a few patriotic colored gemmed TUB Stanford Hop Club will give a swell dance at Walton Opera House June lt Saxton will furnish music Miss KATHERINE SworE EASEL DEN will represeut Danvlllo In the heredTUE Stanford baseball team will ploy the St Louts Stars here June 10th The members of the St Louie Stars team are females but they are said to bo One plovers THERE will bo a strawberry supper at Abrahams Schoolhouse In the East End Saturday night next Go and have a good time and at tbe same time help a laudable cause FORT SIMS le building a 10room hotel at his famous spring near Mt Sa lem He hopes to have his building ready for guests by July 15 or Aug 1 The Stanford doctors who have analyzed the water from this spring say It Is very fine DROPPED DEADMr Duncan Good loe a wellknown Garrard county farm Sundaynsuppo lon Is that bo died of hearts disease He was a gallant Confederate coddler and an exceedingly clever kindheart ed man A family survive him TWENTYNINE young men and wo men took tbe examination for common school teachers here a few days ago Of the number nine got firstclass cer tificates eight got second and one third Eleven failed to pats Of the seven colored teachers examined only one sot a firstclass certificate one a secondclan and five failed SPECIAL AGENT M D HUGHES of the Aetna Life Insurance Co was here from Lancaster Saturday and set tIed in full the policy 10000 on tbe holdeIn that company was made within exactly 25 days from the date of his death The dividends on this policy amounted to 1931 The Aet strongestocompanies Mr Hughes Is thoroughly acquainted with every detail of its extensive bust Hess McCORMACK Irene McCor mack daughter of Mr and Mrs Em melt McCormack of tbe West End died otter a protracted illness Friday afternoon and was burled In Huston vllle cemetery Saturday morning Rev G W Mills prayed at tbe home aod made an appropriate talk at the grave Miss McCormack was 27 years old and had been In feeble health all her life Her motboi wbo waited on bor during her long Illness Is very from loss of sleep and was unable to attend the bur ial Much sympathy Is felt for Mr and Mrs McCormack In the lose of their oldest child The family asks us to thank the neighbors who were so kind to them during Miss Irene illness THAT Carroll Reid had faith in The Picket winner of the Brooklyn Handi cap Is shown by the following taken from the Courier Journal All of Trainer Carroll Reids friends advised him to get Middleton S Jungbluth to sell the colt saying he was a dog a quitter and In fact everything that could describe a poor raco horse To all of these opinions Carroll Reid turned a deaf ear would answer I have one of the greatest horses that ever looked through a bridle and I will faith la the coltmtioutHo Liebrolost him to the ho trained him from a baby and now his ivory whim and notion and all of the knocking from the beat post ed turfmen never affected Carroll Raids fetch la The Picket and Slippers 2c Canvas Shoo95cRubber Shos95cLadies Oxfords leather solo 75c Ribbon10eSh-irt Suiting 25cpairCurtain25c Sllirling1212c Linen5cZep-hyr Gingham Infant i5c 10inch Bedford Suiting colored25cSilkand Blark35c f I If you the QUEEN QUALITY SHOE you arc Iwith the leaders in fashion market price hides Northcotti Shoes dons Mens Sole Canvas Wide Waist Madras India 712e Laco Caps cream Oxfords 2r0 Boots 300 IIpeeinls 300350 CUMf1INSMCLARYJ I CRITERIONOn the wearer Its the shoul ders coat the close fitting collar the shaperetaining front that makes the wearer Look and feel Well Dressed you will wear Criterion suit you will satisfied What more do you want Prices 750 1750 H MROBERTS Stanford Ky TRY ONE OF THESE I I and Satisfaction Guaranteed For Clean and Easy Shave yon cant afford not to use CLAUSS RAZOR OEORGE H FARRIS a COD Stanford Kentucky Dr Gussie M Phillips OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH HOTEL STANFORD KY TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY 9 A M 4 P M All chronic diseases treated Gynecology and Nervous Diseases Specialty Produce Wanted I Will the best for eggs hens feathers junk etc Call and be convinced H B Stanford Ky 10c wear 8 to of a perfectly built If a be to J Warranted a a 1- to a at Have your colta cas Crated by T F GROSS Preach ersville Ky the wellknown caitrator of horses and horse doctor Satisfaction guaranteed Try hint I 1THE INTERIOR JOURNAL inlayed n the pat o tce at Stanford as- aondclass natter atahdTtaoa0tayad 11 PER YEAR CASH ar Whu not sopaldm2OO will becllarcl4 KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Tnln going North MM 104 pm 210 amII II oM 025II SouthMMM1217 am NoM pm BOB QUIS 66749 AJ cc I will stand the above splendid Jersey near water at 1140bull at my In adyance Return privileges permitted J B OAMENISoa Stanford Ky JeH BOONE 1 CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Goat Portably Engine and Saw Mill For Salt Will sell privately Will alio sell a 15 horse power engine boiler All In good repair sell at a bargain to close up business Will take part pay In lumber POWBLL d SWEENEY Stanford Ry Qat Traitor DEALER IK Whisk Brandu Wines Beer GlQars Etc Carpenter House DIal to STANFORD KY Prompt and polite attention Nothing but the bet to drink Mall pbont a telegraph orders rclv prompt attention FOR SALE Ten acres of land a twostory front seven room cottage The house Is new A large did garden orchard There Is a mill on place a good crusher and the dam Is In good repair the natural power Is economy In running the mill a splendid business Everything Is In good repair and has all necessasp out bulldlngs The owners only reason for selling Is the rush of other business as he has extensive arming Interests to look after This prop erty Is on the Hanging Fork about miles from Stanford can be bought at baraln for further particulars BO Thurmond Lytle Ky or L R llcones Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to seo us We have a number of line Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be to show any one what we have It you desire to sell i It In our hands Office at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky I R B Mationy Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties of i ncoln and Casey who may be in surance against biro Lightning and Tornado None but and best Old Llne Corn t panics represented and the low eat pntsible rates are guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kentucky BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock trouble which are not boweland liver irregularities Black Draught Medi is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the of digestion in a condition Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by oivinff them an occa sional dose of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food raiser may buy a 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks ally keep nii r StoCk and- Poultry Medicine If yours does not send 25 cents for a can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga ttoouBU0 O Jan 89 1007 BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine Is the best I ever tried Our stock was looking bad when you sent me the medicine and now they are getting so One They are looking 20 psrotat betterS P BEOCluxarox- w PARKER HAIR BALSAM mews and fenntldM the hairIPromote a fcmiriant Orahairdue dlituti hair tamo saeatewo Drurle THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment surgical and chronic diseases and for con snltatlon Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Prows sional bills Ins whoa services are rendered and must M paid promptly BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sate Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Hones on commission Stock Pens In Connection E D PeytonDE- ALER IS Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford is L Beazley it Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AUOD AtlISI FarnltureMattingsRugSThey kinds of Stock a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ C4 VciM1x UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And DealearIa ttA3NESSISADJtEB1IItO Stanford Ky GEORGE I Ne GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST nnstonvllle try Has removed to his new and elegant ly fitted rooms next door West of the P O Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business solicited HUMMER JR Bay stallion IS 34 hands a good indi vidual with abundant speed He is by Hummer 6ut sire of Bouncer 209 Stalely art4 Spalpeen 212 Quickly 2134 215 Speedon 2194 15 in 230 Hummer 6112 is a son of the renowned Electioneer and save 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 810 to insure a living co- ltHAPSBURG 509 t61 hands high By Gloseter 26 im ported1st dam Jolly by Wonderful Boy 54 2nd 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 bay English Coach Horse weighs 1275 pounds drives 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 elo to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid jack at 810 Mares grazed at ez per month which in all cases must be paid before theyare removes Care taken to prevent but not responsible should any occur J K BAUOHMAN Hustonville c xSt ra False Report MAY 27 1004I went to Lincoln county yesterday to Investigate for the mayor and board of health of Danville a rumor that In Lincoln hogs dead ol cholera had been thrown Into Dick moreItholor as tho offender Before starting IImade Inquiry ae to what manner of man Mr Traylor was and the report I had of him was to the effect that 1 might go directly to hlmcandldlyiutc my case and rely upon a thorough candid statement of the facts from him I am gratified to bo able to say that my Informant had correctly estimated Mr Traylor He showed me the holoI dtuatton demonstrated that the health lutercstaof tho people down stream had been carefully guarded and cordi ally offered that wo might conildei him at the service of all concerned IDI any and every effort to serve the best hygienic Interests of his neighbors It Is true he has suffered the loss of a large number of bogs but In the rotor est of good hygiene and good citizen ship he has burled them deep oaougb to Insure his neighbors against harm therefromI tho whole matter to the other members of the board of health since my return from Lincoln and they approve of my conclusion that the con dltlons are as safe as possible J C Boot Health Officer Advo cato MIDDLEBURG Manly Albright of Brodhead Is vie Itlng friends and relatives at this place Quito a number of Casey doctors at tended the State Medical Society at Coleman and Miss DeeD Adams two prominent young people of this town eloped to Tennessee and were made ono Monday May the 12yearold daughter of M Jones died at her foster mothers bomi near this place Saturday of a compltca tlon of diseases The remains won laid to rest in Mlddleburg cemetery All persons Indebted to the estate of M W Jones will please come forward at once and settle and those bavin claims against the same will pleat present them at once properly proven or otherwise they will be barred P L Jones Administrator Geo W Dryo was In McKloney Sat urday delivering produce Mr Itandi Brown of Liberty was hero Tuesday Miss Jessie Coulter has returned iron Georgetown where she has been visit tog A number of Caioyltea took ad vantage of the excursion to Clnolnnat Sunday Miss Viola Ferrell vIsited relatives at Liberty Monday To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pollate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of tht 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 bare become a part of the States history and at a most critical time As judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Us proper con struction Almost Innumerable have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under the law How welt 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 roe to secure the high position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL A Startling Test To save a life Dr T G Merrltt of No Mehoopany Pa made a startling test resulting In a wonderful cure lie writes A patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by ulceration of the tloraach I had often found Electric Bit ters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The pa tlent gained from the first and has not had an attack in 11 month Electric titters are positively guaranteed for Dye pepsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only oOc at Pennys Many Inventions have been made to bridge the distance between those who have their sight and those who have not But none has been more practl cal and successful than the production- If a type writer which can be manipu lated by the blind The letters on the keys are raised and the sensitive touch ot the blind man can tell the character on the key as soon as ho touches It The ringing of the boll when the margin is reached works as well for him star the man with sight and thesense jf touch make the manipulation of the various keys for setting the paper a comparatively simple matter The efforts of the Louisville commas olal organizations will be united to or ganize an excursion of two train loads batjtleshlp 9 Notice of Election Regular Term Lincoln County Court held held May 9 1904 lion James P Bailey judge presiding- In the matter of the petition for a grad ed school in the town of Hustonville Ky At the last regular term of this court held on the nth day of April 1904 a petition signed by Chas Wheeler C W Adams JP Goode Geo D Weather ford J G Weatherford V B Morse T L Carpenter W M Myers Jas Frye S D Yowell A main J K Baughman Edward Alcorn and W R Williams was filed In open court before Judge Jas P Bailoy judge of sold 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 R near crossing of the Hustonville ft Danvllli pike and the Cincinnati Southern R R running along the East line of the right ol way of said R R at said crossing with saidroad South to the crossing cf the driveway leading o Russ Jones now Mc- Cormack house Including same thence to the residence of John Murphy includ log 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 reel dence excluding him thence to William Badgetts residence excluding him thence along North line of Evan Lyon farm tc crossing of the Hustonville Liberty pike 2ji 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 10 rest dence of Mr Ford 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 ol 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 ol sixth class of the Huston villa Magisterial District No 4 and that the site for the school house to wit Christian College lot In the town of Hustonville Lincoln costa ty Ky is certified to be and is watt ex ceeding s miles from any portion of the boundary of the proposed district and it farther appearing that a majority of the trustees in of the common school districts embraced in whole or in part In said proposed graded common school die trict of proposed graded common school district and have endorsed their consent in writing upon the saW petition and it further that Garland Singleton superintendent of common schools in Lincoln county has cotcQled in the establishment of the said proposed district and has endorsed bis consent in writing upon the said petition as provid ed by law this day the petition ers appeared in open court and James P Dailey judge of Lincoln county court agreed with them that the proposed Grad ed Common School district shall be as follows and which is the same in fact as that described in the petition on file here in save as to one line which is made near er to the site of the schoolbouse towit Beginning at and including the residence and farm of J C Neal thence run ning from the East line of same to milepost 124 on the Cincinnati Southern Rail near the crossing of the llustonvUle Danville turnpike of said said railway thence running to Petersburg schoolhouse excluding it thence with Baker and Jon- nings line to east side of said railway at Bakers East corner thence with the East line of said railway right of way South to the crossing of the driveway leading to Russ Tones now McCnrmacks house including it thence to residence of John Murphy including him thence with ork Green River Turnpike to North end of trestle on said railway in front of Hall Andersons excluding him thence a straight line to Bennett Clayds residence Including that farm thence to residence of George Carpenter occupied by Willis Routen including that farm thence to the old Geo Carpenter residence excluding it thence to Wm Badgetts idence excluding him thence crossing Hustonville Coffeys Mill Turnpike with North line of Evan Lyons farm thence from extremity of said North line a straight line to point on Hustonville and Carpenters Creek turnpike 2S miles from Christian College building in Hustonville Ky thence to the farm of James Gastin eau including it thence to the crossing nf the Hustonvillo sud DradrordliUe pike on the Casey county line thence to the farm of C K McClure including it thence to the farm of N J Cone Including It thence to Samuel Fords farm in cluding it thence la the beginning at JC seals and the court being sulllciently 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 1904 same being more than 40 days after tho entry of this order to take the sense of the legal white voters in said proposed graded common school district thero shall be levied and collected n annual tax of 30 cents on each eloo of property assessed in said proposed graded district belonging to white voters and corporations and a poll tax ot 81 on each white inhabitant over 21 years of age esiding in said proposed graded common school district for the purpose of maintaining a graded common in said proposed graded common school district and for pur lobe of purchasing or erecting suitable buildings as provided by the common school law The officers of the election will also cause the said legal vo ters in said proposed graded common school district to vote for five persons to be trustees of same provided said tax shall be approved by The of ficers of make due return of the result of said election at once after tame is held A copy Alt GEO B COOPER Clerk Lincoln Co Court First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank ot Stanford In IMS the reoreanltcd as the National flank of Stanford 188S and again reorganized as the Flnt National hark of Stanford In 1882 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with falllltlell for transact lug promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK u tCAPITAL STOCK S3SOOOO I Directors J B Fiivon J n Owslsy 8 It Shanks W O Walksr Go W Carter J II Foster L Q Gooch vii Oummtns W U Hrlrht R L Hubble w II Shanks TheSuccessors Farmers Dank ft Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial to is D yI J F O 5 Officers J B BOOKER S T V JJ MoRonKUTS Ohr W II WEARENAsst P Reid Danville T SIAnfordIJ Stanford R L Stanford II btantord T I11111 Jas i J It Ilikuebman Btanford J M Vettui Stanford Ed Carter Stanturd u Officers U CRANKS President J B OWSLEY Cashierl 11 w u nuionr Asst Cashier tI ANTECARLO 226 12 lit Msda over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anteo ai6 that cold forI50000 at public sale 1St dam Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of Mambrlno Patchen These two crosses produced The Abbot a oil champion trotting geldingIof the world 2nd dam by Independence IOn of Andrew Jackson Independences dam by American Star The American Star and Andrew Jackson blood reeponlbleJifor Cresccus a oat the champion trotting stallion of the world You see t two topcro M are responsible for the gelding two next crosses are responsibleifor the fastest stallion Then you see he is better bred than either of them the blood of both Antecarlo is a solid horse 13 bands high weinghing 1170 pounds fine style and action One of the host potted men on trotting horses writes of him as follows In rlganlto the stallion Anteearlo 2261 you bought of r H Smiley I will say I worked him about 90 days In 1901 and I consider him one of the trotters I ever drove or in other words about as fast as lever saw I have seen him trot a axi 4 gait timed by a prospective buyer There never was a time while he was In my charge that he could not a quarter in jt to cart He does not need an any O McAulnaaY kindjof Stanford at 110 to r a living colt t- Will also stand a good mute Jack at is to tenure a living colt lie sure and see this Jack and Horse breeding your maresI DOCK GRAYShetland Pony rear old V inches tall owned by Hugh Reid will me1leII the season at lio to insure a living olt Dock is by an imported pay that cost 11I000 in the Shetland Island and is regarded by horsemen as the best pony ia defeating all comers in show ring in MOJ Lien retained nn all colts until season is paid Mares parted with forfeits insurance and money become luoEII BCTXZLEY CO GJiLTON 12910 j 1 Sired by OambotU Wilkes 210lit dam Daisy Field granddam of Alice Wilkes 3il7 AlrottailS by Enfold sire of six In t30 and dams of In Ji30 or better 2nd dam Quickstep Kentucky Prltire jr slroofJ q 2li Lemonade ZJ7 K and the dams of li In the list 3rd dam by Old Joe sire of the dam of J Q Ills Gallon carries the blood of four leadtnplfamtlesWhkee llambletonlan MambrlnoI Chief and Seeleyn American Star Wllkts has 12 In the 110 list 148 In the 850 list having put JO new ones In last season Ills sons and daughters have over SiO IP the list this stumps Qambetta the greatest sire llvlne or dead Gallon Uso welt knewn a highclass show horse and producer of highclaw show horses J and hlgholas high acting sellers that comment Is unneeeuarv lie hits made A1 nf hisrseasons at mv table nine In all and served 82 mares lad season this ls the very best proof of talllons breeding qualities The above Is a good picture of H niton Just as he stand noctngerbulhlsnaturalielf Will stand ntllO to Insure a live colt Stares traded or parted Ith forfeits Insurance and makes season money due Grass furnished after May at two dollars ix month VIII stand at my place 9 miles wnst of Hnstonvllle on the l llrad ordnvllln pike Phone In residence M ODD HuttonVlllo fryt SAM BAUGHMAN This wellknown Jack will tnaketboseaion ot 1001 at my farm the Klonner place near Turncrivllle at eight dollars Insure allY tog colt He Is close to to hands black with mealy points and le a sure foal getter V CAIN Turnersvllle Ky Black Prince mack Prince was Klred by Emperor 27 dam Imp Jenny June black Irlnco bred by tlhelbv Tovlsi 15 14 hands black with white points and Is a good aI vidual In every resp- ectColonel BrightBIrodby Prince Napoleon act dam Spanish Prince 2nd dam Oordover 3rd by Jack Coionelllrlgbt was bred II Bright of Iloyle He Is IS 14 bands high black with white points and one of the countryThese season at the Cook farm 5 miles East of Stan ford at tl to Insure a living colt Money duo whan colt Is foaled or whoa mare is tra ded orbred to other stock J KERn I4 Prest lUniiis 1res fli- arDlreotors Harris Hooker Tanner M D Elmore Stanford Robinson Hubble Mary is fastest brown fastest insure before Foster as LUMBER WANTED I lI want to buy staves spokes heading lumber logs etc Will highest cash price at Moruland D tl O Peyton INABOTH JRtNaboth U beautiful dark bay with heavy i mane and tall with good bone plenty of style and finish and hat extreme high action worked would step as fast ss old Na both his slro Ho II over IB bands high jIweighs 1153 pounds and only Syearsold this May lie Is by the well known Naboth First dam Messenger Chief Jr 2nd dam by Orlt Davis 3rd dam Thoroughbred f Naboth will make the season of 1904 at our stable in Stanford at tholow price of 112 to Insure a living colt Money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted with Maros traded or removed from this county forfeits the Insurance and the money Is due Naboth Is considered by the best horse men to be the best horse In Kentucky to breed to for highclass harness horses Bee him before you breed J R BEAZLEY t t Stanford