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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ji l SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 3 1904 SAM NO 28 Crab Orchard Joe Shelby of Lioulivllle U a gueil at the Spring Hotel There will be a etrawborry cake and Ice cream social OD the evening of the Otb Thursday given under tbo auipl see of the Ladles Aid Society of the Daptlut church A largo tent bas been erected In town on the corner lot whore the old brick hotel stood a number of years cAr ago aa4tho eventD- ecoration rolYal began lolL Wednesday Day was observed here by the clotlng of the bank The G A H was out In fun force despite the Inclement weather A long procenton beaded by the bend marched to the i cemetery and decorated the grave of the toldlori who are burled there M hi Chap Spelglc of Bnelbyvllle lad J F Bold am sad Dr Dooroi have gone to Cumberland county In the In toreitol tome oil wells Mre Polly t Miller of Wloflold Kaniai accompa nled by her daughter MM England In ifare with Mrs Brook She will havo aiabandiomo stone put at the gravo of her husband the lato Oco W Miller of Mesdames I Homo and Vic Owens of Stanford vlilted relatives bore Mr Doldcn and daughter Mill Bertha are vfilttng relatives In Casey Mr and Mrs D W Kdmltton arc rejoicing it over the arrival of a little ton Mln Ila noldam Improving slowly Mrs Payne remains In A very critical eon j dition MM Walter Goer U better Mr and Mrs W M Morris spent Decoration Day with relatives at Juno tion City Mr Maurice Perkins ac companled tbnra Meiin Alex Beat ley sod A U IJsitln spent Sunday In Crab Orchard Crab Orchard II loth to tea such clever cltlaen at Dr Pbll UPI and family leave for their home In Mrs M E Flib and Ida Kblndhart of IIgraoddauRbLer King Hotel Mrs- Luther Smith and handsome little ton were here from Ml Vernon last week II H Drnnaugh has returned from the at Lttonla Miss Ellis Hay of Mr Jim Hays It quite III rjracel homo In the country Miss Lll returned recently from a to relatives at MoKlnnoy 1HOW TO OUNCE HYOMEII Penny tolls of this remarkable treatment that cures ca tarrh without stomach dosing While all bli customers who have used Ilyomel agree that It U remarkably successful In curing catarih and other diseases of the air puaaget II says Mr Penny yet there hu been considerable diversity of opinion ai to bow tho name la pronounced Hvoael la pronounced just as It It 1wcroI elled hlghome with the act the Gritiyllalle A great many come to his store sad Instead of asking for Ilyomel tell him they want a package ol the treatment for catarrh that he Ie telling on a guarantee While Lo know what they mean and all of lilt clerks will live them Ilyomel yet he wants every one to know how to pronounce tho name of Ilyomel so that they may run no chance of getting any t thing but Hyomei no matter where they go l It u natures true cure for catarrhal troubles It kills the germs of this ill setae soothe and heals the irritated 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 aro free from catarrhal microbes There it no stomach doling with Hyomei Just 1brealbe It has so ranch confidence In the val Iueof tho treatment that he le telling It with the understanding that ho will return the money if it falls to euro All IVTKHI OR JODHNAL readers know that he does I exacty as he agrees Dr H J WiniamiT of Chilhov ee Kan is believed to have perished In tho Iroquois Theater fire but no direct proof could bo obtained to mako her position doubly secure his wlfo has JO- a divorce from him for desertion and bad her maldon name restored Now If tto proper man comes alone thero will be no danger of No 1 turning up Enoch Ardonllke to disturb the repose of her and No2 I That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you If you used Pr Kings Now Llfo Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches Thoy make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 cents money back if not cured Sold by Penny Druggist An English watchmaker has just fin hued making a tlo watch In tae form of a shirt stud lie dial la twosix teenth of an Inch In dlamotoa and It to to be worn with two other iiud By turning the upper stud you wind tbo watch while by turning the lower woe the hands aro adjusted L WAYNESBURG Decoration services were held at the old Double Springs Cemetery on the 30tb The address was made by Rev W R Davidson Dennle and Lola Gooch were vltlllog the family of W R Gooch Ic Somerset Mrs Mlllard Kldd who has been vlililng relatives here has returned to her homo In Gurdeau III Misses Mag gin and Bertha Singleton were hero from Klngtvlllo alto Mrs Marlon Wll llama and Mlu Dora Gooch Mrs Cicero Battlo It very with heart trouble G T Uoocb and Fred Curtis were bore from Snmenet J B Goooh and Supt Singleton of Stan fordwere hero Monday Palestine Gooch is very with paralysis Mrs D McKenzie who has been tick It recovering Mitt Birdie hooch It with relatives hero Major Reynolds and wife of UoKluney were visiting here W D Gooch has returned home after several weeks visit to relative Somerset Misses Julia Record and Laura florton were visiting at Cum berland Fall Wm Dobbs and wife Somerset came up for decoration services and to tee homo folks Rev Ebrlgbt of Sclenco Bill It visiting his daughter Mrs J H Bundley After several dart Illness John Orcutt is able to be out again Arnold Singleton Is at home after several years stay la California John Camdon It visiting the family of S Q Goocb THE CONFEDERATE BAND They deep In Heidi of battle Or village churchyards old Whore buttercup embroider The mossy mounds with gold Their coats of gray have mouldered Tbolr swords have gone to rust And daisy sprinkled grasses Are green above their dust The quarrel It forgotten So tong and long ago That from their ashes springing Great oaks their brancbe throw But while the Mississippi Toward the ocean runt The South a loving mother Will mourn her gallant toot But whllo she sits entwining The tweet magnolias bloom And melancholy oyprett To deck each soldier tomb Prom miles of fragrant orchards Tbo North extends a spray Of dowy apple blossom The rosy crown of May For tar beyond New England liar granite and her grain And Dixies corn and cotton Above the sun and rain The blue and gray together In peace eternal tread The laura plaint where musters The army of the dead Minna Irving In New York Herald Triumphs of Modern Surgery Wonderful things are done for the hue man body by surgery Organs are taken out and scrnpca and polished and put back or they may be moved entirely bones are spliced pipes take the place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic dress logs are applied to wounds bruises burcs and like Injuries before inflamma lion seta in which causes them to heal without maturation and in onethird the time required by the old treatment Cbaiubotlelnt Pain Balm acts on this time principle It it an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to oral very quickly It also allays the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your home and it will save you time and money not to mention the inconvenience and suffering which such injuries entail For sale by W N Craig Tbo Mexican maguey tree furnishes a needle and thread all ready for uio At the tip of each dark green leaf It a slender thorn needle that mutt be care fully drawn from Its sheath at tbo same time It slowly unwinds the thread a strong smooth fiber attached to the needle and capable of being drawn out to a great length Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity I constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Cough and Colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J MoFarland Bcntorvllle Va serves as example lie writes I bad Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited Then J began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective In curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by Penny Druggist Trial bottles free regular sizes 60s and SI Mayor Robert M MoLano of Balti more shot and killed himself In his bed room Ho had been married only two weeks Mayor MoLnne bad been hard worked since the fire and this with criticism by hit political opponents Is believed to have caused temporary Insanity i NEWS NOTES Htodgenvllle went dry 110 to B9 Andrew Metter of Cambridge 0 killed his wife and child and himself Tho United States Supreme Court has adjourned for the summer vaca tionJohn T Gay Sr one of Woodford county oldest and wealthiest men Is deadThomas A Malone treasurer of the Kentucky Wagon Co Louisville Is deadSim James took a nap underfreight train at Winchester with the usual results It cot the Wabash road 122000000 to build the miles of line entering Plltsburg Samuel R Galloway president of the American Locomotive Company Is dead In New York Five persons wore seriously Injured In a race riot between whites and blacks In Philadelphia A burglar who bad fatally wounded tbo postmaster at Falls Creek Pa was shot by a preacher Baxter Abby a widely known horse man was kissed out of his buggy at at Madltonvllle and killed An unknown man a woman and two young girls were burned to death In a cabin In Fetcher county Tbe 35th annual meeting of the Ken IILoullIIeFour men wero killed and two others were fatally Injured by the explosion of dynamite near Warwick Teen Dr George J Rtmsoy of Bristol TODD has been elected principal of Sayro Female Institute at Lexington The famous Vandalla railroad suit Involving a million dollars was decided against the State of Indiana by tbo United States Supreme Court Samuel E Bill AdjutantGeneral der Gov Simon B Buckner and well koown over the State died of pneu It monia at his home In Lexington Jouett Henry of Qopktnsvllle was unanimously elected Colonel of the Third Regiment Kentucky State Guard to succeed the late Col Thomas J Smith A dispatch from Santiago says Charles R Flint of New York has des posited the value of the Chilian crull ers Eimeralda and Chacabuco with the Bankers Rothschild In Paris Insurance statistics for 1003 how that the amount of life risk paid In that year was 340403070 In Louis rule 11396127 was paid while 15 240026 was distributed In Kentucky Chinese arriving at Che Foo say thaLI a Japanese force of from 6000 to 10000 which janded at Takusban a month allOI bat proceeded to Feng Wang Cheng and that reenforcements have alobeen sent from other points A monument commemorating the death of John Quincy Marr the first Confederate soldier killed Inactualcon fllct was unveiled at Fairfax 0 H Va with appropriate exercise Gov Montague and Attorney General An derson of Virginia and others made addresses Josepbut Daniels Democratic National Commttteeman from North Carolina was fined 12000 for contempt of court by Federal Judge Purnell for criticising In his paper the Judges order appointing a receiver for the Atlantic and North Carolina railroad which order was yesterday suspended by Chief Justice Fuller Mr Daniels says ho will rot In jail before he will pay the One Gov Herrick of Ohio ordered the Irooton Portsmouth Manchester and Galllpollt militia companies to Hang ing Rock to suppress the disorder growing out of the strike of union fur nace men at that place When the troops arrived Hanging Rock was plac ed under martial law and threatening crowdt wero speedily dispersed The rioting began last Sunday when the strikers made an attackon Negro work men who had taken their places Worst of Experiences Can anything bo worso than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S H Now ton Decatur Ala For three years she writes I endured insufferable pain from Indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed Inevitable when doctors ted all remedies failed At length I wai induced to try Electric Hitters and tho roo wit was miraculous I Improved at Once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel trou Ties Electric Bitters is the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by Penny Druggist Tho Junction City Telephone Com pany of Boyle county with 15000cap Ital stock bas been Incorporated J R Steele B W Durham and H S Chase ire tbo stockholder Eitray calf black Jersey came to my place six weeks ago Owner can sot It by paying for Its keep and this notice G W Frye Huttonvlllo DR STEELE BAILEY One of Stanfords Distinguished practitioner lIe served for many years secretary of the Kentucky State Medical Association and one term Be Its president HUSTONVILLE Cowan McCormack shipped 205 East Saturday Out of 124 lambs raised by W Gill Cowan this year 120 of them averaged over 85 pounds W B Wright leaves today for Baker City and Eagle Valley Oregon to be gone about 60 day Ground will be broken this week for the brick livery stable of A B 0 Din wlddle on Main Street Big reduction in my prices until July lit on all suits and pant made to your measure by A J Adams li Business In our city In every line brisk and prosperity stalks abroad In the West End of Old Lincoln There Is an opening here for a stock of furniture house furnishings etc In vcstlgato If you mean business If you want a borne In the waving bluegrass of old Kentucky write to or call on W R Williams fluttonyllle Mr and Mrs Ed Powell will enter tale handsomely this evening In honor of Misses Lora Bobon and Kit New burnIcame upon I Baugbman and alighting on a beech tree tot It on fire The different pikes are being care fully surveyed from the College build log to locate the 2i mile boundary for our graded school district Several bids are In for the building of the Cbas Wheeler cottage and the award will be made Lblweek Tbli cottage will be a model of convenience and attractiveness Mrs Fannie Pierce of Lincoln Neb a most successful teacher of music with certificates galore from conserva tortes of two continents will visit us shortly to secure a class on the piano to begin In September Lewis McClanaban has again evi denced his faith In and good judgment of race horses by selecting as the win nor The Picket in the great Brook lyn Handicap He has 11700 In his In side as a result of the race and Is thinking of building a nice home hereMisses Jesse Powell and Nell Murphy who hare been visiting friends and relatives In Dallas Tex will start home on the fish Mr and Mrs Will Murphy and little daughtber Willie Francis will accompany then and the party will stop at the St Louts Expo sitionB C Allen the venerable father of our Allen Bros well and favorably known throughout Kentucky died at the advanced age of 87 Saturday last and a very large crowd of sorrowing friends attended his funeral attbe flap tist church here Sunday The services by Rev Coleman were very Impressive Ho was a consistent member of the Baptist church and loved and honored by all who knew him Irene the Idolized daughter of Mr and Mrs Emmett McCormack passed Into the great beyond Friday and a large concourse of friends and relatives attended thu funeral Saturday There was no shadow upon the bright path way of her life to be erased forever by tear of repentance She Is gone from the gloom and sor rows below To enjoy the reward thats eerene He called her home that wo might know An Angel whose name Is Irene Driven to Desperation Living at an out of the way place re mote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation in case of accident resulting in Burns Cuts Wounds Ul cers etc Lay in a supply of Bucklons Arnica Salve Its the beat ou earth 25c at Pennys Drug Store Dr Charles Mann a prominent phy eloise died at Nlcholatvllle t SUMMER SUITS We have opened our new stockof these goods coats and trousers only Our line is unusually fine this season the coats have just enough lining to give them shape and style they do not look like strings as some thin clothing does when you wear it awhile New patterns in Home Spuns Flannels and Crash May we have the pleasure of showing them to you sri T o miLLER Danville KU THE GLOBE L VEHICLES I If you need a New Turnout this Spring some thing service able in tho 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 HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Some Hoss Seijse Reasons why a tin root not a sheet iron is the best roof made 1st It will last three times as long as the heat 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 spout 3rd There is 50 per cent less danger of fire and it will reduce tho insurance enough to pay the difference between it and a cheap roof See S H Aldridge the tinner and plumber that does the work Phone No 116 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky 300 Square Feet two coats to the gallon thats what THESHERWINWlwAMS PAINT will cover And on a good surface it will cover more than that No paint will do better and very few paints will do as well Maximum covering capacity easiest spreading qualities longest wear and greatest economy arc what we claim for SWP Its the one safe paint to use Always gives satisfaction- If you want to save money in painting let us show you the way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting SOLD BY r CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky GO TO W B McRoberts FOR LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED DRUGGISTI LAN RETHSI WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS y l HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON HARVEY HELM Ol Stanford Is a candidate for Congress In this tile Eighth disukt subject to the action of the demo cratlc party HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the Eighth district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert Ject to the action of the Democratic pity Your IUP port U earne tly solicited i Q G GILBERT Of Shelby Is a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the democratic party R CWARREN 4 Ise candidate for Judge of the Uncoln county court subject to the action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec U the action of the democratic party W DeBORD 11GEORGEIs a canaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR- I a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec la the action of the democratic party t JESSE C LYNN II candidate for shcrllt of Lincoln county subject faeactioo of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Il a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjet It tae action of the democratic party DINK FARMER U a candidate for Jailer of Uncoln county subject me action of the Democratic party I1JAMES C HAYS YIHa candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the ocratlC party a W HERRIN for Jailer subject to the action of the tlaerocradC party MEREDITH E PRUITT for Superintendent of Public Schools candidateIs a demoof the el Lincoln County subject to talk party MISS KATE BOGLE of Public SchoolSuperintendentr of Is UnnccoCounty subject to action of the demo 1cratICparty h JAMES D ANDERSON r wDIIJect to the action I GEORGE T WOOD baeandlateforAssessorof Lincoln county sub Ject to the action party D C ALLEN iubIsJect to the aetten EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county Ject to the action of the democratic party i a W A CARSON Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ectto the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Assessor of jK1 to the action of the democratic partyiJOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to He action of the democratic party i R L HUBBLEiOf Lincoln county Is a candidate subject nomination actiontheto for State Senator In this district 0 f the democratic party IF there it one tblD5r that Tammany or lu leaders do not like It li to be bossed or to be told to do something they do not want to do It la suggest ed by Cnarlei F Murphy the Tern many leader that the members of the organization who are delegates to the St Louis convention will obey the Instructions given them by the New York state convention and vote for Judge Parker for president but he declares that action will follow only i after the convention has been solemnly warned that Judge Parker can not i carry the state of New York against Roosevelt From this one would Im agine that while the Tammany men will vote for Judge Parker at the coo ventlon that If he be nominated they will not vote for him at the general election but will assist In his defeat This has a semblance of party treason In any event It U a curious manner of obeying Instructions If the Tammany delegates do not want to vote for Judge Parker even after being Instructed tot do so they could have resigned their credentials and the office and allowed some other democrats to go who are In f sympathy with Judge Parker news comes from Madison jGOOD and Uockcastle concerning Hon Harvey Helms race for Congress Letters from prominent democrats In those counties state that he will carry them beyond doubt Mr Helm Is mak log an aotlvebut dignified canvass and of his representing thethe prospects grand old Eighth district in Congress brighter and better astbeconvengrow I Uon draws nearer He Is the logical candidate and there Is every reason r why he should have the nomination POLITICAL The headquarters of the National Republican Committee will be trans furred this week from Washington to Chicago The split In republican ranks In West Virginia Is growing wider and prom to end In a bolt by the Teter fee titlon and the nomination of Dawson for ITGoveraor L u By a vote of 1661 to 1571 theGeorgl democratic convention Instructed Ita delegates to the National convention to vote for Parker The republicans who are now In coo trol of tho Baltimore city government will have a public Improvement tune of 810000000 to spend The Hearst men were defeated 10 the Michigan Democratic convootloi and an uninstructed delegation will gt to St Loula to vote as a unit Gov Odell of New York Is In Paris land It Is believed he will endeavor to Induce Ambassador Porter to accep the Republican nomination for Gov ernorof New York- Congressman Joseph Q Sibley of Pennsylvania has announced througl personal friends his candidacy for the United States Senate to succeed thi late Matthew Stanley Quay The statement of the public debt of the government for the month of Ma shows an Increase of 156447570 due to the Panama canal and Worlds Fall loan payments which Is also shown In the excess of government expenditures over the receipts The Nebraska democratic conventiot at Omaha elected W J Bryan C J Smyth W B Thompson and Walter Phillips delegatesat large to the Na tional convention The delegates are to vote as a unit A resolution pledg log the Nebraska democracy to sup port the nominee was ruled out of or der by the chairman The Picket in Moving Pictures Those who saw The Picket defeat ills field In the Brooklyn Handicap will soon be able to follow him to the pad dock and witness the coollogtmt and rubbing down process there for thl moving picture man was on hand to get a view of this very Interesting process says a New York paper After the race The Picket was taken to the outside paddock where the grail was green and soft and the sun shorn brightly Here he was surrounded by a multitude who before the race had eyes only for the stars among the Eastern starters Carroll Reid was there wearing a smile guaranteed not to come off for the remainder of the after noon atleast- Came the moving picture artist with his machine and with a gangway be tween two walls of humanity the ma chine started grinding out the filmi that will reproduce the scene The Picket with the air of a monarch was prancing around while the swipes were going over him with rub rags Just turn his bead a little this waj and show him at his best Reid said to the attendant This Is a picture of a champion they are taking and he must show to the best advantage Snap went the picture machine ln dlcatlng that Its work was done and almost simultaneously blanket wai thrown over The Picket and be wee led away followed by an admiring crowdThere he goes the best horse 10 America said Mr Reid as be turnet to receive the congratulations of Ear Jungbluth one of the owners of the horse They thought I was sbootlni too high with him but that little bore made good CHURCH MATTERS Rev J M Bruce will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning Eld J G Livingston will preach at HoldamaMlll at 11 oclock Sunday At the request of the Chrlslla church at Hubble Rev J W Hagli will preach there at 3 oolock on nix Sunday afternoon Services as usual at the Chrlstlai church Sunday morning The ministers subject A Summons to Sleeping Zion Services promptly at 1045 and 745According to church statistics com piled In 1002 there were in Japan Ic that year 129134 Christians of whom 46634 were Protestants 55824 Roman Catholics and 26080 Greek Catholics The Montlcello Outlook says Rev Donald McDonald of Danville Rev Dr Glass of Somerset and probably Rev J M Worrall of Danville will assist Rev H C Ralney In the dedication exercises at the Presbyterian church June 5th In the Christian church the first Sunday In June Is set apart asiChlld rens Day the purpose being to de velop the child In Christian activity to enlist his Interest in the supreme work of the church to Inform him along this line and through him reach the carted heart of some older In the Masters service In accord with this custom the children of the Sunday school will have charge of the service on Sunday night at the Christian church Every one is very cordially invited to be pres eat TOE PASTOR MR R H BRONAUQU president of the Crab Orchard Fair Racing Asso ciation Is in the city to Interest the people In the meeting to be held July 2729 The fair has proved the mot interesting and succesiful In the State tad alway proves a pleasant occasion Lex Democrat THERE will be a strawberry supper at Abrahams Schoolhouse in the East End Saturday night next Go and haves good time and at the same time help a laudable cause- Considerable damagewee by a tornado at Coldwater Eat e1 flt M q 4rr YraC Take Me Back To Old Kentucky Fugitive W S Taylor Is said to haveI addressed the appending touching po etlcdl effusion to Gov Durblo of In diana Take me back to old Kentucky Where the crystal waters glint As they dance along their Tbro their fragrant beds borderliWhere the lasses and the Are but term of grace And the whleky and the Both are noted for etatemenI Take me back to old Kentucky Where strong waters flow so free Where thev cool off In the summer Neatb spreading jullp tree Where the highballs and the lowballs Always hit the centre square And you never have next morning Rheumatism In your hair Take me back to old Kentucky Where the bluegrass decks the hills Where they have no use for water Save for operating mills For they scorn It as a beverage On that dark and bloody ground As they claim eer since the deluge That It tastes of sinners drowned I Take me back to old Kentucky To the State whore I was born Where the corn Is lull of kernels And the colonels full of norn Where to disapprove that beverage Is to toy with certain death And they have a bonded warehouse Where they barrel up their breath Take me back to old Kentucky Let me hear the rifles pop See the pigs and politicians With their snouts eye deep In slop Take me back to her blue mountains Where they argue points with lead But you need not rush the matter Take me back when I am dead KINGSVILLE The Christian church Is still without a Campbell continue to do well In the saw mill business Mr Charles Evans and family will move to their home here early In June Mrs Fdnnle E Carey has rented part of Morris Watts house and has moved to It Despite the late cold weather there seems to bo a very good prospect for fruit In this section J L Johnson has a large yield ol delicious strawberries Some of them are simply Immense In size The Maccabees will give a strawber ry supper here Saturday June 11 U will be a lawn fete The lodge Is be coming quite strong Mrs F M Howe boa returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs O G Baker at Harriman Tenn Mrs Jas Roy and son James Jr are back from Jelllco Teen They will spend the summer here Miss Ottie Faulkner was here last week The Q Jr C has let contracts tot new bridges and bridge repairs double tracks etc to the amount of about a half million dollars mostly for 1m provcments between Somerset and Chattanooga Somerset Journal The Nebraska Indians will come to Danville Monday Tuesday and Wed nesday of next week to cross bats with the Central University base ball team Frank Bossier a rejected suitor shot Miss Estella Roney at Chicago and then fatally wounded himself Berwald Oil Company of Wayne county with 150000 capital has been Incorporated DDr J R Pennington Dentist Of LouIsville has located at the Weather ford Hotel Quitonvllle for a tow weeks to practice hit profession lie Is prepared to do all kinds of dentistry and is thoroughly educated In the latest painless known to the dentnl profession painbyNEW LIVERY STABLE SWBTOSSasWPron JUNCTION CITY KY a FirstClan Turnouts at Reasonable Bates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and flay For Sale KENTUCKYS ARTIST No un lV 511 R This premium saddle and harness stallion win make the present season at Logan Hurst Farm four tulles from Danville and six from Stanford KentuckysArtlst Is a beautiful chestnut S years perfectKentuckys Alls was sired by Artist Montrose t winner of lIe sweepstakes priie at the Wonts Fair he by Artist No r he by King liam 6r he by Washington Denmark 6e by Gaines byMontroseBald Stocking 67 by Tom liar f s Artist dam Lucy No 50 by Brothers Dren non f KentuckysArtlst lit dam Julia Thomas by Pat Denmark be by Sumpter Denmark tnd blThompsonCopper Bottom 4th dam Dovey by county Missouri he by Blackburn- d Kentucky Kentuckys Artist has shown against and defer all the treat stallions In Kentucky and Missouri MonfomeryhIdshow hone Preston owned by Pat Dolan Kentuckys Artist Is only S years old and is reo perectto show him to any one at my stable and Invlt KentuckyArtistor Jaj to Insure a living colt dont went your money until you have gotten value recelve4 A E IIUNDLEY GUY L HUNDLEY LUMBER WANTED I pendinglumberprice at Moreland D II O Peyton NEW ILACKSMITH SHOP Having rented eWm DauRuertr black smith mop on west main street am prepared to do all kinds of blacksmith an wood work t have an experienced werk man In charge Work guaranteed Ohe me a Ball will also all tho time a lot of lumber of nil kinds BAKER WALLS Dr O S Williams DENTIST- All work guarantood and ron sbnoblo- Hustonvilloi Kentucky FOR SALE I Store fixtures consisting of compel scales platform scales tobaec 111drtrletoeklwhennow wish to close them out at a bar aln Dome and seem them II W Lctoii Kldd Store Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strict forbid hunting tilting or any kind of tree passing ou our playa and will lute violator to the full extent of the law J Z Bpoonanore T M Uolmet H F J B Oamenlscb Peter Dalraer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Olsen David James U White and wife E V OaraonI II P nawkln Mrs Mary E Welch R A Lawrence Frank Oordler Mrs A D Root Sam I Morgan Humphrey 0 T Wils- onCLEANING HOUSE You may need new carpets matting oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains tacks curtain poles picture frame screens posse partoUt glass table chair wardrobes coaches dressers washstands bed springs mattresses chamber suns water sets lamps chiffon ten folding bed washing machines wring era wall paper carpet jiaper trunks tele scopes osrragepaint louse pnlnt curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTIO- NMORELAND KY PRESTON NO 922 This premIum saddle stallion of tbe world will make the season of 1904 at th table of J C Bailey cm Old Lancaste Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse u years old Isi hands high a perfect model with great style action Preston was sired by Washington Ni 54 he by Cromwell No 75 vet dam Dell by Roderick and dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeolled all the great show borse of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by J T Crenshaw ofLexingtan Ky and hunt gomery Chief owned by BAIL Bra Wby you should breed to Preston Because he is the greatest bew horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring treat shoe horses such as Electra that was sold 10 Senator Vare for 2000 Rebecca lha told at New York Exchange to Georg Watson for 1650 Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Bros that won more premiums la saddle and combined rings than any three yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt soli to J C Cravins of Illinois for 00 3 Because he is the only aaddleitallion- tbat ever sired a team of harness gelding that sold for f5000 4 Because he won the championship the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 show by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 3 Because he has won more money fa the show ring than any other saddle stallion in Kentucky 6 I will be glad to show him to any one at my stable and invite those wishing te breed to a fine saddle stallion to see bin before breeding I will stand him at 9K the season or SIS to insure a living colt J C B7UUEY Stanford Ky SUN BROTHER Worlds Progrtsilve Rail road Shows Enlargtd and Reconstruct For The Prsssnt Season Greater Grander Bigger Better Than Ever SATURDAY TUNE 11 Stanford Ky Some of tho great features to be seen with Sun Brothers Railroad Shows The HAKDELL AND HART TRIO ExpertsedHILL FAMILY Acrobats SupremeCOMMODORE the Rope Walking Mule and other Acts and Novelties too mention placeiSaturday June 11 Two performances at 2 and 8 r u dally 1 Grand Leaders Bargains Misses Oxford kid patent tip size 12 12 woro 81 now 7Co Misses Patent Leather Oxfords size 12 12 woro 81BO sew 98o Ladies 8150 Patent tip kid Oxfords now 08c Lathe 88 Patent Leather Oxlords now 8108 Ladies 360 Patent Vici Oxfords now 8220 Several Odd Lots Ladies Oxfords sizes 8 8 12 nisi I worth up to 82flO goat 70otMens Canvas Shoos tho 8150 kiud now 880 Mona Canvas Oxfords tho 160 kind now 08aIvMeua 8360 Tan Shoos go at 8226 liens 8360 Patent Viol Oxfords go at 82CO Mans 8JGO Patent Viol Oxfords go tit 8320 A few pairs of UIOM Ladies Dollar Kid Glovw sfcaa S ll only to oloeo them out I6o nil colors IBo Lawns Oe n yard 8 l8c Lawns 6c a yard lions boo Underwear now 2io lions 810 Suits now 8608 Molls 81260 Suits now 8C08 lions Straw Hats slightly soiled worth tip to 81 go at lOo inch Ladies Straw Snilon go at Iftc each OW81EV mOCK WATCH QUit ADS THE GRAND LEADERMe B Le y I Co S B Levy It is n little late for Sheep Dip but if your sheep or cattle hnvc Scab Lice or are troubled with Flies or other insects Dusonhcrrys Crco leum Sheep Dip will euro promptly This Dip sells for 125 per gallon and will mnko 100 gallons of pro pared Dip bj PENNYS DRUG STORE The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlstlcdeslgn the best material and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablet of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS Ot SON Lexington Ky f t We are Now Showing I A beautiful line of Ladies Slip k pers manufactured by Kriffendorf L Dittmann See our line W E Perkins t made almost as good as now for a small amount I can fix your better than the tramp and for lest money Ole me a trial FRANK ATKIKS Stanford and Salo Horses ant cared for Up to dato rigs at rates IS A I been In the all ray life I feel la I one of tbo best firms In the With my in measures and I give your clothes are bound to be as my many in this line will bear me out My are the same as Inex men who are in the I also have a nice line of fancy and other I will cut and make if you desire at a price Thank you for past favors I am yours II C tho Tailor StanfordfKy ULI Orchard C R McCormackDealer Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce IC R McCormack Hustonville UMBRELLAS Recovered repay and umbrella repairers Jesse W Sweeney raorniETon Livory Food Stablo Lanoaster Ky wellfed reasonable EVERYBODY NOT TAILOR Having Tailoring business confident saying represent tailoring country experience taking dlrectons satisfactory patrons prices perienced business cheviot suiting moderate RUPLEY Crab Ky NOTCEfI am handling a lot of horses stave an experienced driver and rider to do tho work My charges are IIS per month stones also handled on commissioncL O The New Mason Hotel RATES S200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wn 8HUQAB3 Proprietor Electric Lights In every room RtfurnltheJ and under entire New Minigemint Dob the favorite porter meet all trains Large Weil lighted Sample Room GILT EDGE JR Saddle stallion 4 provenhimself byOnnon and dam by Onstotts Telegraph better known as the Ballard Gilt Edge Jr will make the season of Jersvillepike at 10 to insure a living colt D M ANDERSON Preachersville Ky p SLIPPERS We place on the bargain table Mot day 38 pair strap slippers tt2 kindnt only l8o pair If you need a com fortable every tiny slipper os soft as a kid glove get n pair of those Lot of Childrens SUpport at GOo I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTAXFOKD KY JVNI 3 1001 DONT forget about Penny lee cream Wo bare little paper buckets for tending out cream and while you are up town take a imall P kallo home with you lust for a trial PrlceWo a quart Peony Drup Store PERSONALS MR HENRY CLARK of Hacln Va It here with old frlondi- Mu T W HtaoiNS of Loulirlllo It with Mr W H niRffln T F Gnoss left Wednesday for Olatue Mo to visit relalUei- EliEn MULLIN8 of Mt Vernon li with hit nephew Byron Mulllni- EVEUETT STONE of Lexington It at homo doctoring ipralned ankle MR M B LEVY of LonUvllle li with his brother Mr 8 B Levy MISS ADDIS EASTLAND of Lout yUle U with Mill LeOrande Jones MISS NELL WARREN U back from a delightful Tlill to Somerset Irked HARRY COLLIER of Loulivlllo li vlilllng his parents at Crab Orchard MRS KITTIK SMITH of Mt Vernon U the guest of Mil Delpba Newland I t WILL GARNER of the RilL End li forking In F M Wares store at Me Klnoey MR Jolla SMILBY and bride of Lex legion were guest of Mr and Mr T D tcaaeyMas J RUSSELL of Stanford U the guest of Mrs John Slbold Lax Democrat t Miss EDNA BAUOHMAN of Huiton title la with Mine Katherine and Sa ra Baugbman- llEV OliLAND D Ole and wife of Madison are with the family of Mr William Deck MRS ALEX WDST and daughter Lila Little V of Lanoaiter are with Miss Beule Yantl IlEV 8 M LOOAN wife and obll dren of Wllmore are with the family of Judge M C Saufley MRS JULIA HUGHES at Winchester at the bedside of Mr A J Earp wbo a dangerously DR LEE HILL will go to Burnilde Monday to practice his profession dent tlitry for a few week MRS ETTA C DROWN and ton Lew li of Mill Spring Is visiting her par eats Mr and Mr J D Bade JMRS W M BOOLE who haa been her parent at Lancaiter re turned to Oweniboro Wednesday Miss OLLIE BALDWIN wbobai been with her sister Mrs W Q Shank returned to her home In Madison Tuei IdaIMISSES MAGGIE WEST and Jeanle Lanier and Mr L A Laoler alt of Mill Spring TUltlnsr at Mr 8 D Etdc Miss OLLIE WEAVER of Bromton and Mln Mollie Walden of the Mc Kinney section are vliltlng Miss for tie Eadei DR J D PETTUS who is at the homo of hie daughter Mr Jame F Cummins suffered a stroke of paralysis a few days since and le In a precarious conditionMR H VANHOOK of Burnilde came up to see his bright little daugh ter Mill Ollle Crow Vanhook take part In the commencement exercises MR AND MRS J P THOMPSON and little eon of Grceniburg bare returned home attar a few days stay with her parents Mr and Mr Milton Warren MR J WALKER BAILEY and wife of Norwood Pulaikl county and MIBI Naooyo Bailey of the West End leave Monday for the Worlds Fair at St LoulMiss ELLA DUNN of Brodhoad gave a progressive euchre party Tuesday night In of Mill Helen Thur mond of this Some 15 couple wore present and greatly enjoyed the hospitality the boitea MR S M SiOONAMORE wife and Miss Etta Jewell Spoonamore and Mr Salllo Button returned Wednei day from Los Angeles Cal whore they spent orao eight mon InAll praise ing and are loud of California climate LOCALS MY pond le closed for the season against big little white and black S J Embry Sr IAFTERaervingtt- ha town as police Judge for 21 years Judge W R Carson resigned last night and the council elected Mr W A Tribble In his stead OR is the Question Wo believe the promiees of Spring that she would come early but we learned to our sorrow that she was only flirting and now wo are a gifted lover But we must make the boat of it Wo bought heavily in somo linos and in order to got rid of the oversupply wo must LOSE We propose to walk bravely to our fate and CUT the PRICES to the bottom In or der to move the goods quickly Bargains in every department Many are Taking of this Great SHOE SALE Be One of Them 8a WE will toll limo at 85o per barrel Carson S Ponce 2t CliAlfi HARRIS wai given 30 day In Jail and flood 130 for making an Inde cent proposal to a lady FOR BALE One delivery wag on boric and harness Will be told cheap If taken Immediately Call on S P Gray Stanford REMOVAL r84 Jones has re moved hie dental office to the parlor of the Myer House directly across the treet from his old office WANTED Coal InreX10 cent a car mine run Stearns Coal Company Stearns Ky Call on W 8 Olore Danville Ky for particulars 3t FOR SALE offive rooms hall and nice veranda Largo barn etc Place must be told For partic ular tee L R Hugbei Stanford Miss BELLE BUKDEIT will represent Garrard county In the Elocu tionary contest to be held at Walton Opera House Friday evening June 17 ACQUITTED A N Bentley who killed Matter of Train B N Roller at Livingston tome eight moth ao was acquitted at hi trial at Mt Vernon It the second trial of the cato GBO D COOK bat been appointed pottroagtor at Livingston to succeed Mr Jennie Roller Mr Cook is a splendid citizen lypd is highly descry tag of the recognition from hi party be has received A LODGE of Modern Workmen o America was organized at McKinney Tuesday night with 21 member Wm Goooh chosen Venerable Consul Stroud Goocb Worthy Advisor E J Tanner Clerk Edgar Reynolds Back or and T J Teter Escort SHOT BtYpErttEASTFerro Helm colored le In jail await ng his trial Saturday for shooting hl + sweet heart a daughter of a Negro named Jobn Lee The wound is not a serious one but that is no fault of Helm who fired flue times at her Jealousy le supposed to have caused him to want to kill the woman- BELiEViNo that merit and faithful nets deserve recognition we publish the following Ollle Crow Van book In the Preparatory Department of the College has the highest average OS throughout the year Margaret HOD per In the Collegiate Department next to the blgett 07 The work gen erally his been tatlifaotorlly done the grades of other pupils very nearly reaching the figures above terTUE graduating exercises of Stan ford Female College took place at Wal tons Opera louse yesterday morning when the following program was carried oat Vocal Quartette Morning In vitation Misses Minnie Sine Margaret Hopper Virginia Bourne and Mary Higgins prayer Rev J W Hagln piano solo Music Box Poldlnt Virgin la Bourne vocal solo Hearts and Flow erMlt Minnie Sine addroM Dr B J Pinkerton piano solo Hulanka Cho pin Miss Mary Hlgglni vocal solo A May Morning Deoza Miss Lynn presentation of diplomas to Misses Margaret Hopper and Minnie Sloe piano duet Overture Weber Mltfoa Mary Higgln and Virginia Bourne On the stage which was tastily deco rated for the occasion sat the gradu ates Misses Sine and Hopper Dr B J Pinkerton Rev J W Hagln Miss es Mattlo Paxton and Susan VanArs dale teachers and Trustees John Bright Sr J N Menefee and J B Paxton The graduates wore gowned In white and the scene presented was one of beauty and Inspiration Dr PInkertons address was a masterly one and was listened to with rapt at tention The program above was splen didly rendered and those who took part In It as well as their Instructors are deserving of hearty congratulations Misses Alma Hays and Mary Ellen Dudderar acted as ushers and Emma Hay and Annie Steele Cook as flower girl With the exercises of yesterday morning the career of Stanford Female College closed and many of us who have looked with pride on the grand old Institution of learning feel sad at the thought of It It has turned out tome of the belt women In the State and If as a school for both males and t females it prove as successful all will be well TO LOSE NOT TO LOSE That Advantage SUMMER lap duster at J C McCla rys ALL persons having claims against the estate of Mrs Ermine Padgett do ceased will present tame to me at once properly verified G Singleton ad mlnlitraior 3t MR J L JOUNSON Klngsvllles clever postmaster has our thanks for a liberal sample of the splendid strawberries be raises They are almost as large as hens eggs and at sweet as su gar WE desire to express profound think and gratitude to the good peo pe of Lebanon Junction Stanford and HraDd for their kindness during the illness of our daughter and sitter tJu A F Haley and children TilE Little Folks Reclta at Wal ton Opera House Tuesday night a most creditable display of the talent and accomplishment of the junior mom bore of Miss Ellen Ballous music class The rain fell In torrents but a fairly good crowd was present and enjoyed the splendid entertainment The flrt number Buds of Promise was well rendered by Elizabeth McKinney Vlr glnla Mabony James Cooper and LII lian Mueller Under the Old Umbrel la was sung with credit by Jal Coop er and Lucy Lee Walton and then came a piano selection by Mary Shepherd Cook William OBannon Lucy Lee Walton Lillian Mueller Virginia Mabony Anoa D McRoberts Berta Jean Penny violinist Dixie and Yankee Doodle always populaymel odlec ware woll rendered on the piano by Josephine Carpenter Lucy Leo Walton William OBannon Mary Shepherd Cook Anna Dayl McRob erts Elizabeth McKinney and Berta Jean Peony on the violin Miss Pen ny favored the audience with a whistling solo that most creditable Im Little but Oh My was cutely sung and acted by Elizabeth Hlggloi William OBannon dressed and blacked up for the occasion tang Im the Happiest Little Nigger In Town Old Kentucky Home by Jame Cooper Lil lian Mudller Mary E MoKloney Josephine Carpenter piano and Berta Jean Penny violinist well executed The pleating entertainment wound up with the pretty cantata Revolt of the May Queen during which the May pole dance was Indulged In bydoz ens of pretty little girls The follow leg was the cast Queen Annlo Lew le Gentry Herald James Owiley Spring Josephine Carpenter Buttercup Miry Shepherd Cook Violet Sal lie Mill Craig Forgetmenot Anna D McRoberts Pansy Mary Moore Ra ney Fairy Singer Helen Beatley Another highly pleated audience loft Walton Opera House Wednesday nlgbt Miss Ballous more advanced music pupil rendered a difficult but most enjoyable program and If she could have beard the many good things said about her as teacher she would bettor know how she Is appreciated by her patrons and pupils The first num ber was the piano selection Amorlta played by Franco Cooper Helen Baas lay Mattle MoClary Beisle Yantis Then came a vocal duetO That We Two Were Maying by Misses Minnie Sine and Virginia Bourne Miss Alllo Richards Huffman fevored the audi ence with a piano solo and Miss Mary MoRoborts with a vocal solo The next number a piano selection by Fran ces Cooper Etta Mueller Lyle Coop er Ollie Crow Vanhook Annie Steele Cook MaryBelle Spoonamore Berta Jean Pennys violin solo was loudly applauded Mary McRoborts and Joe ephine Brady sang a pretty duet and Katie Newland and Ollie Crow Van hook creditably rendered a piano duet Mary Higgins and Virginia Bourne the most advanced pupils gave a piano selection Sonata in D which was much enjoyed Miss Jennie Lynn sang In sweetest cadence Meet Me Love Oh Meet Me The last piano selec tion was an overture by Virginia Bourne Mary Higgins Mary VanAre dale Kate Waters Mary McRobarts Polly Traylbr The Family Album In which Miss Mary Burch showed plc tures of her sisters and her cousins and her auntlwaa a pleasing feature The curtain tell on the Sleigh Dell drill In which some 20 young girls took part The snow scene was very realistic The closing recital last night was well attended and thoroughly enjoyed BUY the Model Steel Range of 8 P Gray Stanford I WILL give 125 reward for Informs tton that will convict parties who seined my pond night last week 8 J Embry Sr MACOADEE SUPPER An Ice cream and itrawbeery upper will be given by the ladles of Klnllnllle on Saturday night June 11th There will be plenty of good music The public generally is invited Come bring your friend and enjoy the evening The Maccabee MOORE George Mooreaged about 38 died at Crab Orchard Wednesday and was burled yesterday afternoon He was a son of Mrs Thomas Moore and brother of Mrs C H Singleton Mr Moore was a clever young man and many friends will learn of his death with regret THE energetic correspondent of the Louisville Times at Cloydt Landing Cumberland county tend the follow log dispatch to his paper Hon R L Bubble of Hubble has announced his candidacy for the democratic nomina tlon for State Senator The way the city papers are gulled Is a caution It Itnt more than 100 miles or so from Hubble to Cloyda Landing HELM Hon Harvey Helm of Lie cola has been In this county all week making an active dignified canvas In the Interest of his race for Congress Mr Helms old friends are faithful and loyal to his cause and his engaging personality and undoubted claims to Madisons votes are making him new admirers and supporters every day It II Impossible to look upon and engage In conversation with The Tall Syca more of the St Asaph as he hat been dubbed without Instinctively becom log aware of the fact that Mr Holm II- a born leader of men and built of the timber of which Congressmen are made It le hoped and thought that Madleon will recognize these qualities by a solid endorsement of Mr Helm when the county convention meet Richmond Register MATRIMONIAL A C Kocher and Miss Sophia Zwah len were married at Sam Zirahlene Tuesday Peter Meredith aged 04 and Cloda Logston 17 were married at Browns ville this State Walter Young aged 26 and Mrs Elizabeth Wall a widow of 37 were married at J M Long Wednesday Percy Bryant and Miss Willie Stlgall of Burnilde were married at Squire Goochi Wedneiday Somerset JournalJohn Leonard Hart aged 60 and twice a widower came all the way from Oregon to marry Mrs Minnie Haley a widow of 60 Arch Pointer of Garrard and Miss Malinda Anderson of this count were made one at the courthouse by Judge Bailey Weddoiday The marriage of Mr Peter Mull Mo Roberts of this place to Miss Jean Steele Shelby was celebrated at high noon at Arcadia yesterday Rev Cool ey an Episcopal minister of Cincinnati performed the ceremony After an ele gant breakfast by Glenn of Lexington Mr and Mrs McRobsrta loft ashen trip They will return Saturday and take rooms at the St Asaph Hotel The magnificent and historic old home was beautifully decorated by beaker the Lexington florist There were no attendants and while the wedding was a quiet affair It was a most elegant one bride Is a daughter of Col Isaac Shelby and Is an exceedingly bright and lovable woman She Is highly accomplished and very popular Mr McRoborts Is one of the leading lawyers of the Stanford bar an excel lent Christian gentleman with a legion of frlodds Ho has spent his entire life in Stanford and no man In this community stands higher Mr and Mrs McRoberts were the recipients of many handsome presents including a silver tea service given by the Stanford barn Dr J B Beck DENTISTIOffice In Elmoro Building MAIN STIStanford A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OffleaoT r UeBobwto Dna Stow In las Owilty JiuUcUl1I- A 4 Will you the market price for eggs hen hides feathers etc Call and be convinced Morthcotti Stanford Ky- I SKIRTS 25of the prettioet styles of seasons Skirts in light weights or light colors at CUT PRICES to close out 8500skirts at 80CO 8GOO skirts at 8450 Such reductions nil the way through Come let us show these skirts for the cost of the material eEVERA1fCE SONw STANFORD are oll was was our was was was was appearI one for WHEN I Its a- Question of- CLOTHING THINK LC MINSMCLARY JI Produce CRITERIONOn to the wearer Its the shoul dens of coat the close fit ting collar the perfectly built shaperetaining front that makes tho wearer Look Feel Wells Dressed you will wear Criterion suit you will satisfied What more do you want Prices 750 to 1750 H J MROBERTS Stanford Ky TRY ONE OF THESE I Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For a Clean and Easy Shave you cant affordnot to use CLAUSS RAZOR GEORGE H FARRIS ft CO Stanford Kentucky Dr Gussie M Phillips OSTEOPATH ST ASAPH HOTEL STANFORD KY TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY 9 M to P M All chronic diseases treated Gynecology and Nervous Diseases Specialty Wanted I best jDDk at n D this you a and If a bo a a THE CALVERT Mien Willie K Hocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave StLouis r YTHE JNTERIOR JOURNAL NUred n the PCUcoflC at Stanford IIJondclau maUer- 11abcLrue av w0 Tsl0asvA- S 11 PER YEAR CASH lIln aot opeldeaOO will beollareld KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Tnln golnf North MM104pm IIM 730 a m n 28II ii n Sooth 12a7ama 25 No2J n M12I5pm BOB QUIS 66749- A J 00- I will stand the above splendid Jersey near water IGO Inadvance Return privilege permItted j B CAMENISOH Stanford Ky I J H IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fIND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv i Good Livery Service at Reasonable JUtes Oall on us on Depot Street Also Goal Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale Will also sell a 15 nprepairbnslness POWELL 8wKit T Stanford Ky Patl Traxjlor BKAWR IK Whisk Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc Oarpintar Close to DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt and polite attention Nothing but the bee to drink Mall phone a telegraph orders receive prompt attention FOR SALE Ten acres of land a twostory front seven room cottage The house Is new Asplen did garden and orchard There Is a large mill on the place a good crusher and the dam Is In good and the natural power is great economy in running the mill Does a business Is In good repair and has aU necessat outbuildings for Is thrush eThe owners only reason selling of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty is on the ing Fork about 1 miles and nt afrom Stanford can be For further particulars address SO Thurmond Lytle L B auaiita Stanford Ky I LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky AU persona wIshIng to buy or sell farms will do to 6SO us We have a number of and adjoining anyrsaleLincoln be pleased to show one what we have If you to sell place It In our hands Offlce at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky II RlMaiionv Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage- of the property owners In counties l ncoln and Casey who may be seeking Insurance against Nun Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Companies represented and the lowest rates are guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kentucky nragginO teens 2825 Eeele 01110100 Oct 2 1902- I sufferedwith falling and con gestion of the womb with severe through the groins I suf fered at time of men etruationfhad blinding headaches blood to tho brain What to try I knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleasant to take and soon knew that I the medicine New blood seemed to course through veins and after using eleven bottles I was a well woman Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by taking Wino of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the patent she is on tho road to health For advice in cases requiring directions address Fsymptoms The Ladies Advisory IIIhe Chattanooga it Medicine Co Chattanooga WINEerUI N Atttcl HAIRBALSAM kOw1hNnelnaIl to III Tonthr Cum tllnyalneed THE Joseph Price Infirmary la open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Doard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when services are rendered and must bo paid promptly JI3 D CARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited horses on commission Stock Pone In Connection E D PeytonDE- ALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J L Beazley it Co Undertakers and- Embalmera ALSO DPLIZ1 IX FarnlturcMnttlnpRuJ8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c+ McCi1 MY U2TDBBTAKBB EMBALMER And Dealearln SABNES3 IS DDLZBrIO Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- atoTONSORIALARTIST Hustonville Ky Has removed to his new and elegant ly fitted rooms next door West of the P 0 Agency for firstclass Laundry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business licited HUMMER JR Day stallion 15 34 hands a good Individual with abundant speed He is by Hummer 6112 sire of Bouncer 209 Stately 21 2125 Quickly zty Mountaineer 2154 Speedon 2U934 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 Gcriiva by Auditor 773 Will stand at 8o to insure a living co- ltHAPSBURG 509 iCi hands high Dy Gloseter 26 im ported sat dam Jolly by Wonderful Doy 534 2nd by Preserves 822 First dam by Trinket 5 Imp by County icing rio 2d dam by Champion of England Sii 3d dam by Darnab y 070 4th dam by Grand Turk 338 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 action should see this horse Willstand at SIO- II insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid jack at SIO Mares grazed at 82 per month which in all cases must be paid before theyare removed Care taken to prevent ls but not responsible should any occur J K UAVOIIMAN Hustonville HUBBLE Farmers are happy since the roo frothing ralni Eld J W Hajfln of Stanford will preach at the Christian church hero Sunday afternoon at oclock All of the tobacco hat been set In this community Mrt Susie Maban of Nashville It with Mr Richard Oral ton of this place for a few days Mrs Wm Rankin anddaufhlerMlsi his are visiting In Waynecounty Mitt Ethel Carman It at home from Camp bell Hagermau College John Smith of Somerset It the gueat of his titter Mrs Lee Rankin Mrs Sidney Dun bar has returned from California The little ton of Mr and Mrs John Robinson Is convalescing from an at tack of pneumonia Dr Gilbert and Miss Addle Arnold of Lancaster were guests of Mrs J C Eubankt Sunday John Anderson of Hedgvllle It very much better Mrs Sallle Eubankt has returned from a visit In Pulaskl Hen ry Baker of Burgln was with J W Anderson Sunday PREACHERSVILLE Mamie Anderson a good colored girl died Thursday Rev Hobbs failed to preach at the Methodist church as had been an nounced The remains of Rev Caleb Ragan who was burled In the cemetery here last fall were exhumed and taken to Stanford for Interment Master Mack Admt U visiting his grandfather Mrs Robert Jordan and laD Willie are visiting In Johntvllle Mr and Mrs J M Crest visited In Rockcastlo last week A fishing party went to Dix river last week A most enjoyable time Is reportedbut very few fish worn caught The anglers took dinner with them and returned In time for supper Supt J L Hutchtns rae a very Interesting talk at the Sunday school Sunday There It some talk of the Bap tlst and Methodist schools having a joint Childrens Day tome time thlt month To The Voters of the Fifth Appellate 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 partof the State s history and at a most critical time At 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 M to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose ai to Its proper construction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockote of my courtt 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 hig position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL The Show Is Coming The Sun Brothers mammoth ne Railroad Shows Museum of Wonder Trained Animal Exposition which t billed to exhibit at Stanford on Satur day June llth It being received thli season by thousand of delighted spec 1tator and unqualifiedly endorsed b every newspaper and patronized alik by the brains wealthy fashion and masses Dont raise the opportunity of attending the largest and best one ring show extant Grand free street parade at 11 A M day of show Two performances dally rain or shine 2 and 8PM Door open one hour earlier Chamberlains Stomach and Li 60ver Tablets Better than a Doctors Prescription Mr J W Turner of Truhart Va say that Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him more good than anything he could get from the doctor If any physician in this country was able to compound a medicine that would pro duce such gratifying results in cues o stomach troubles biliousness or constlpa tlon his whole time would be used in preparing tills one medicine for sale by W N Craig A team of horses bitched together raced for seven miles ahead of a pas senger train near Iowa City Iowa cov ering the distance In 20 minute They remained on the track and safel crossed a trestle at tbat high speed A little girl on being told by he mother that when a child died an angel came and took her up to heaven thought deeply for a moment then saidliMa If an angel comes asking for me say I am not In The postmae to salary at Williams burg has been Increased 8100 and at Plnovlllo and Somerset the same In crease has been made The Middles boro postmaster was given a raise of 1200 a Pot nick headache take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure Is certain For sale by W N Orals LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Sow and five pillS for sale Gilbert Bruce Junction CityCTen tat 200pound hogs for sale E n Farmer Stanford The English Derby worth 132600 was won by St Amant The Danville News says that F Reid sold two horses for 1800 Wanted 40 or SO cattle to graze J M Carter Sr Moreland 2t FOR SALE Three good milk cows All fresh John Steele Carpenter Hut tonvlllo Jesse Walter bought of a Fulatkl party a fine black guiding at a hand some price I will have for sale 25 good Nebraska horses at the pens at the depot court day next Monday Juno 13 E BBeaz ley A red yearling calf with a few black streaks and short horns left my place May 27 Information thankfully received Mlis R Black Givens Mo KinneyESTDwA threeyearold iteor red or nearly red weighing 1000 Ibs Left my place on the 18th Will give liberal reward for his return E G DIck ley Stanford Woods Cowan d McCormack shipped 650 lambs from Stanford Tuesday Mr McCormack tolls us tbat77 of them bought of W H Shanks were the best fatted lambs he has seen this year- I have on my place an estray sow black weight about 175 pounds three rings In nose and crap In left ear Own er can got her by paying for her keep and this notice M S Eaughman StanfordeOne of the must sensational bets reg istered In winter books on the Amen can Derby was laid with Jim OLcary of Chicago when 110000 was bet on Fort Hunter 5000 to win at 7ft to 1 II 000 at 30 to 1 to place and 13000 at 16 to to show Should Fort Hunter win OLeary stands to lose a million Sued by His Doctor IitA doctor here his sued me for illwhich I claimed was excessive for a case of cholera motbus says II White of Coachella Cal At the trial he praised his medical skill and medicine 1 asked him if it was not Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he used as I had good reason to believe it was and he would not say under oath that It was not No doctor could use a better remedy than this In a case of cholera morbus It never tails Bold by W N Craig KING EAGLE hlgbdinkROlalKlnlin dam by Eagle Bird fed dam by Red Lion 3rd dam by Harris Denmark he tiy Millers Denmark Ith dam by Jim Del thoroughbred gtOnvet and Allle U the great show mare that sold for 8IWO King Eagles 2nd dam Is the dam of Minnie Boyd the great show mare that Mitt Cohen won everywhere with la 1991 and sold for 1400 seasonhford on the Shelby Olty pike at the low price ot10to Insure a living colt Will also stand the great mule and Jennet Jack Hil ly Keene at SIO for mares and IJO for Jen net to Insure a living colt Hilly Keene wa tired by the Tom 1st dam b y the Palermo 2nd dam by BlackburwLaude high black with white polsis and as r forthemsselves Will also lit that great young Jack Jim Keene serve a few outside marts tIO- to Insure living colt Mares traded parted with or bred ello where forfeit the insurance and money be transactione8 T HARRIS KyrhoneDORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 FULL BROTHER TO ESTELLE 218 14 SlreJ by Zlfcall GlJJlIst 4400 by GelUustr sod ha by Vermont Morgan GoMJmt grant dam on Ires skli was by the Imp Arabian Stallion Zlkadl Ills dam Is Florence by GoUtn Mlngo Chic a son of Gifts Morgan tusking him Intensely Inbred Morgan StilHon desccnJInz trots on both skies The best fanNy ot road horses ever known t5Ibreeder of Mghctats rod and easenn liortu com bining all the qualities for iajll and harness sal are In demand at top prices Doth the champion saddle and Combined Rtlllocof the firM Untie Show of 19011 Jack O Diamonds stands to his credit to of his colts sold lilt year for Stoaya and ijoo was refuted for a walk trat mare by him His servi eel are peered ta less than any horse of hit produc farmi2O TO INSURE A COLT French Conch Stallion QUASI NO 2127 In French Coach Stud Books of America alto In Renibflque Francalse Haras Natlmaux No laM winner of first prt e at the National Universal Ex position Paris 18978 competing with over 60 stal show ring by II Tlchenorb To of Chicago In letySired by the French Government Slallkin Franse dam Charmantle by Le Dord and and dam by Revo neverr large fine high and big acting wits and very kind to handle Invite the attention of breeders to my colts by him to be teen on my farm o ol hit set- out of all kinds of mares Quasi will make the present season of at civ farm at miles from Stanford on the Hustonville pike at SIS TO INSURE A COLT Money due when colt drops or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept at foe per week on grass no retpontlblllty for accident or escapes The best of cartful given and no accidents so far Tom Koenot JrWill make the season at same place at i to Insure a colt This licit It almost a counterpart jf hit sre and from his breeding houlJ prove I high class Jack Old Tom Keene his sire hii no superior and breeds on through hit colts Ills ttt dam It by Cleaver sad by Giant jrd by West End 4th by Great DanvllU F REID Addrett Stanford or Danville First National BankCapital ot Stanford ICy 50000 This Institution was originally established M the Deposit tank of In 1856 then reorganized at the National Hank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganlled as the Pint National flask of Stanford In 1881 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 years It It better supplied now with facilities for transact ing business promptly and well than ever before In 1U long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor orations Solicited Directors J B Paxton J n Owtley II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Garter J n Foster L 0 Oooch W II Cummins Orljtbtn w II Shanks Successor to The Farmers Dank Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneflcUI t Officers J HOOKER Preii T IlAnRU V Pros J J MollOHERTS Ohr W n WEAUENAsst Ohr Directors r F Reid DanvilleT Harris J Uocker Stanford K L Tanner MclUnneycOM U Klmore Stanford II Stanford T P Stanford Jas Robinson J II IlaUKhman J Pedal Ed Carter UubbleI LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONALBANKC- APITAl STOCK 95OOOO It Officirs p H SHANKS it President P J B OWSLEY OathUr f w M nniouT Atst Cashier t DIGNITY f DAREENo 1982 Vol 5 A S II R Combined Stallion handstcranty tapering neck well set In high mounted thoulder a saddle irons head and eron him a under GItr wonderful style In harness a show hone sure When en e year old ware all honors In hU class wherever shown also the blue Ue la sweepstake hat ness rings at lame ago When a three Tear old he was shown II times wore 11 Wee I strings has never been defeated In fancy harness rings bus always been the victor In stallion stake rIng as a breeder when shown with three or more of his get for slie style and general conformation and for sit purpose Its Is a saddle horse with five dis liner gait fast line acting rucker good In two walks and a nice loper very positive In bis trot under saddle and In tmnes great all around action as Is required for an upto Idate sire of high priced sale hone for saddle or barnen He Is a sure enough harness hone graceful and fast can show eighths In 18X seconds a Sits Rate with but little did this last tall after 81 mares last Ho le ossereed of roadtanshandsome stylish Leary and strong enough to tilt carriage horses with a kindly tlllllitraeeful i sorrel colt The most profitable hone horses for the farmer aud small breeder to Pro roftbeIlamble tan lan 10VllrnltystCOnd darn by Messenger by Ollri Ver mont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welchmont first dam Iaullne b Almont Forest 266- 3Tenus Dignity Dare will make the season of 1901 at my stable Inllnstouvllle Ky at 120 to Insure a living colt when foaled Mares traded or removed forfeit Insurance and money becomes due and must be paid at time of such transaction Maros grated at tl 80 Or month and bills to be paid before removal of mares twain fed If desired at reasonable rates Mares Intrusted will receive my personal attention bul will not be rvsponsl bill for accident or escapes bone In residence call Hustonville exchangeD TEn t Season 1904 Wood lawn Stock Farm RED LEAF 4 year ald record 222 In nth heat over i niilo track Sire of 3 withrecords bettor than 230 Champion show horse of IAiilticlrv and lending Biro of highclass road horses and teams If 25 to Insure a Living Colt and a Good One at That I claim it is to the best interest of the owners of mares of Mercer and adjoining noun ties to breedto Rod Leaftst Because he is not for sole I expect to and breed and handle his produce and it is very natural that I fortho sale of all his colts at high prices no matter to whom they belong and colts have Ja reputation and have sold for higher prices undeveloped than those of any stallion in Mercer or adjoining counties 3rd Because his colts have taken more premiums than those of any stallion in Mercer or adjoining counties 4th Because he has a better record as a race horse having won 10 out of 13 races and a better record as a show horse having won 58 out of 63 shows than any stallion in Mercer or adjoining coun ties 5th Because Red Leaf is the only hone sired by a horse with a record of 218 C F Clay who has sired 8 colts with records better than 213 and with a dam La dy Hart that every colt she had took a standard record and was a winner and whose granddam Soprano was the greatest brood mare in the world having n in the list and whose sire C F Claysold for 6 ooo and whose dam sold for 81500 whose dams sire Red 30000 for a half interesit and who himself Red Leaf sold at 3 years old for rooo and at 14 years old for 1750 and that has himself sired 14 colts to sell for over 8900 some as high as aoooand teams from 81500 to t 83000 in Mercer and adjoining counties Oth But three of Red Leafs colts were ever trained for speed and they all took records yth But one of Red Leafs colts was raced and ho started in n or 12 races winning first in one and second in all the oth ers as shown by the Year book and showed miles in axis and would have been a sensational horse had he lived 8th Red Leaf has sired more highclass highpriced teams than any stallion in Kentucky In the past two yean gth I can show several offers of over 3000 for a pair I now have None ol those sold were five years old and most of them under three years Now I say if you want a trotter Red Leaf is bred to get them as his tire Is one of the worlds greatest sires of extreme speed and his dam a great producer and she by H one of the worlds greatest sires of speed Red Wilkes and his sires the greatest brood maro in the world If you want a show horse he has proven he can get them of the highest quality a threeyearold mare by him showing through the circuit In regu lar and sweepstakes and winning al out of 26 shows something equaled only by the worlds famous Queen If you want a business horse ha can get them that will sell for the highest dollars and his fillies are sure to be great brood mares If these are not facts why not I also have a good Black Jack to stand at 83 to Insure a living coltIlR E GODDARD i