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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i11jt1 SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL w VOL xxxn STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 719048 A M NO 29 1HON HARVEY HELM Lincolns Countys Entry In the Congressional Race In the Eighth District II SimonPure Democrat a Gentleman a Scholar and Excellent Con aresslonal Timber The IUCCCM of tbe Hon Harvey bun for the nomination for Coogree In this district depends largely upon It the aetloa of Madison county Oa mroy- oooaa one Llpcolo at well as Oarr rd and RockcaiUo bays been oalUd upon to do their part for Madltoo to wblcb all bate promptly and cheerfully re pooded at every call What will Madison do ID the coming fijjhtT Tae quet tlon U up to them Signal Harvey Holm for Congress ID this Issue of The Democrat will be found tbe offlolat aooovoteraaat of Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford at a candidate for the demooratie oomtoa lloo for Concreii In this dlttnot At the meeting of the dlitrlct eommltuo at Lanrenoeburg last Friday Mr Helm won a decided victory over his older oppooeDtii teourlog a June oonventlon at against tbe desire of Col Moore and Congressman Gilbert for a primary oloclloo With tucb a start be It IpeedI lug sway on hit race In protnltM to eat the pace from now on Mr Helm U a floe young fellow band Ilome affable eloquent and dlllgent and hit further progress will be watched with Interest by everyone who ad mire virile young manhood He It w made of the right tluff and has a great future before hltn Uarrodtburjr Dem ocrat In this Itiuo of tbe Newt appears the announcement of the candidacy of Hon I Bane Helm of Lincoln county for the democratic nomination for Con t Rrctt In Ibis dlntrlct Mr Helm It a Rental wboletouled gentleman and has a hat of frleudt throughout tbe district who believe him to be a sure 1k winner In the Congrettlonal contest Hi It an energetic and faithful demo crat who deserves well at the bundt of his party Should the honor which bo aspires to bo conferred upon him be will represent tho entire district with out tear or favor and will give hit con ttltuentt the best efforts of hit time and ability He It well varied In the law and eminently capable of filling the office Ina way that would not only be a credit to himself but an honor to the district Ho It a man of striking appearance and makes many friends wherever ho goes by hit affable and NewrMadisons Duty 1Withthe precinct county and die trlot conventions only a few weeks off It devolves upon Madison county to se lect of the three candidates for Con greed him to whom the owes the most and Instruo her delegates accordingly Though each of tho gentlemen under s consideration It clover capable and eminently qualified for the ofllco they seek to our vision U It apparent that only one Is entitled by reason of the support of hit county In every race a Madison man over undertook to a clear and merited tltlo to Madltont support at thU Juncture Stand by the peo I plo who stand by you It a maxim of undisputed soundness and In accord ance with It we believe that the dele gates of the county should be Instruct ed without reservation for Lion Harvey Helm of Lincoln From the beginning to tbo present day In Kentucky politics Lincoln county hat voted for Madison men first last and always In every reds our candidate have made there stood old Lincoln solid for them with lit nine votes and when last year our John 0 Cbeoaulittiipred for the boons of auditor It was Qelmblmtelf who said good fences mare good neighbor letrputon another rail for John 0 Oheoauli Accordingly Lincoln gave MadUonV candidate In that race tbe largest majority he received In the whole State outside of bis borne county whereat Shelby Spencer and Ander ton all went against him Mr Helm It eminently fitted to rep resent ut In Congress A dlttlnculthed graduate of Central University be spent many years of his young mao hood In our midst and then displayed slams sterling quallttet of Intellect and manhood that have since been recog Died by hit home people at well at the democracy of this district of which he wit one of the delegates at Kaniat Jolty In 1900 He has represented Lin COlD county with credit In the Ken tucky Legislature aDd It now serving bit teoond term at Lincoln county attorney Aside from the undisputed obligation we owe tbe democratlo yeo manry of faithful old Lincoln we can make no mistake to recognizing the eminent personal fitness of Hon Liar vey Helm Richmond Register HON HARVEY HELM In the proper place at the head of this page appears today for the first time tbe Hon Harvey Helm formal announcement of his candidacy for Congress In the Eighth Kentucky die trios In the other end of this district it would be out of place to add oven a line about who and what Mr Helm Is but In this county there are many democrats who have not met him and who know little of him We have met him and know him We are not only familiar with hit career In his home county where every man woman and child Is his friend add backer but have sat close to him every day for long months at a time when he served his county In the Legislative halls at the State Capital We have also seen him In and under many other circumstances In political conventions In parlor In society the most polite In the places where rough and ready but honest men aro wont to meet and fight out the sterner problems of life With these opportunities wo have never seen aught that was not a credit to the splendid type of Kentucky young manhood he to faithfully represents He Is worthy tbe steel of his present or any other foemen He Is worthy the honor he seeks from this or any other Congres sional district In Kentucky Be will be a credit to his county and district should he be nominated and elected Big of body and brain Helm has a heart to match and while we have no predictions and no preferences about the result of the race bo has entered his entry and present prominence in the raco need distress no voter In Shelby county to whose democrats and present candidate ho has always shown himself a courteous friend We believe the democrats of this county Including Shelbys candidate will welcome Into the field Lincoln countys splendid democrat gentleman and citizen Sbelbyvllle Record Got In Line Since publishing tbe editorial In our issue of last Monday setting forth our views at to the position Madison coun ty should take In the Congressional raco In this district we have been ex tremely gratified by tile many expree slons of endorsement of our stand by leading and Influential democrats It can not but be admitted by all that Mr Helm Is unquestionably entitled by reason of locality to our support since Madison Is head over eaps in debt to his county of Lincoln and In addition to that Indisputable fact Mr Helm personnel being of the most acceptable character and his ability tried and proven as a candidate he Is worthy of tbe utmost consideration Tbe subject of politics and the ways of politicians are devious and full of by paths and hedges not only to the un initiated but to the players of the game as well hence surprises are many and unexpected outcomes are of frequent occurrence In a position like this however which Involves a case of duty and a point of honor Madison course should be as open and clear as day Wo are bound by the past to Lincoln In in dissoluble bonds whose severing would be the height of Ingratitude and al most we might say tbe blackest of treason How could we look our faith oldneighbor and standby In the face If we repudiate her candidate when her vote have so substantially aided ours l On the contrary are we bound to Shelby or Mercer In a simi lar way Far from It So from every standpoint of duty neighborliness and fraternal obligation MadUoo should go on record as the staunch supporter of her old ally Then from the side of personal fitness which of the candidates Is a bet tel man than Helm Mr Moore Is an old aud successful business man It Is true but does he possess the training and qualifications of a speaker and debater or the energies necessary to In sure a brilliant reoord as a Congress man Mr Gilbert has thrice been honored with the nomination and election and has his service been sufficiently re markable or distinguished by reason of meritorious benefit to his constituents to warrant his return for a fourth term On the other hand Mr Helm It young and ambitions a practical orator and a giant In debate a level headed gentle man with an experienced legal career to his credit and In every way THE man for tbe place Can we afford to turn from Helm claims to men whom we owe nothing We ask our readers to think carefully on these things and gel In line for the candidate whom we can not repudiate without lost of honor and selfrespect Richmond Register Hon Harvey Helm of Lincoln coun ty elsewhere In this paper announces his candidacy for Congress subject to the action of the democracy of the Eighth district He Is a young man of ability popular with the people and would make a splendid Congressman Mr Helm has served his people as rep tentative in the General Assembly and as county attorney and In both of these charges bo has acquitted himself with honor He asks the democrats of Jet tamlno to carefully conslderihls candi dacy Jessamine Journal In this Isauu of The Record will be found the card of Hon Harve Helm of Stanford who Is a candidate for Congress in this district Oar readers are too well acquainted with Mr Helm to need any Introduction from this source his many sterling qualities as a gentleman a statesman and a law yer having brought him before the people some years ago The Record will say however that if the demo orate place the standard in the bands of Bane Helm they will never have cause to reg ret their action Lancaster Record Tbo announcement ofthe lion Harvey Holm of Stanford as a candi date for the Democratic nomination for Congress In the Eighth district will be found In this Issue of tbe Sen tinel Lincoln sounly Is Justly proud of Mr Helm as a fine gentleman and a loyal Democrat That ho it fine Congressional timber all wbo know him will admit and by this time there are very few people In the District who do not know him as he has been conducting au energetic campaign for the nomination Mr Helms rec ord as an olllcebolder la faultless Ho represented Lincoln county In tbe Legislature with much credit and Is now serving his second term as county attorney Shelby Sentinel Confederate Memorial Day was ob served at Lexington Va by special exercises held In Leo Memorial Chapel at Washington and Lee University Tbe tomb of Goo Robert E Leo at the university and the graves of Gene T J Stonewall Jackson and E F Pax ton and other burled in tbe Lexington cemetery were decorated MISS MARIE MAHONY Who will represent Georgetown Col lege In tbe elocutionary contest to be held here under the management ofI Mr E B Beazley June 17 She Is tho eldest daughter of Rev and Mrs R B Mabony of this place and Is a talented and accomplished young woman Her subject will be Tbe Cuban Tea II H 1111 J I J 1111111111 J ip HUSTONVILLE Uncle Joe Hopper the renowned evangellttttlled tbe pulpit for Rev W W Bruce on Sunday Mitt Doll Cabbell It vliltlng friends in Lexington this week Miss Fannie Powell Is slightly Improved Mrs M J Huffman wife of the late Capt Joe E Huffman we are sorry to note Is berlouely Ill at the home of her son W S Huffman on West Main StreetA opportunity Is offered to all parties wanting a home in the waving bluegrass of old Kentucky to select same from over 50 assorted size farms from W R Williams Hustonville Continued success attends the efforts of that able and efficient Field Mana ger S M Owens of the Beaver Creek 011 Co who has just returned from Wayne county and reports the coming In of another good producer- A protracted meeting at tbe Christian church will begin on Sunday June I0th and continue about two weeks A cordial Invitation Is extended to all de nominations hero and throughout the entire surrounding community to attend this meeting Tbe Junior Mission Band of the Christian church here which has the honor of holding the banner for this district for 1903 for tbe most efficient mission work will entertain on Wed neiday night at the home of Mr and Mr Rufus Ltppj Every body invited Seats free Prof Alex Godwin of Vanderbilt University Nashville Term whose able efforts In behalf of that renowned Institution for the past several years has aided greatly in its success will attend the wedding on Wednesday tbe 8th of Miss Marv daughter of Capt Richard Bibb to Mr Benjamin O Ransom of Nashville N D Snow 70 year of age died on the 3rd and was burled on the 4th here with Masonic honors by the local lodge of which he was a member at well as- a member of Ryan Commandery of Danville He was a great admirer of Maionry a continent member of the Baptist church and an honorable citi zen He leave a wile and six cbll drenWork It being pushed rapidly on tbe Immense brick yard from which li be built the new Weatherford House the fame of which li known even be yond the shores of the Atlantic Pacific and the Gulf No Parlienno Chef could cater to the palate of the commercial pilgrim asdld the hostess of this renowned house This tame Inim itable fare will be continued under the able management o1 Geo D Weather ford Divorce It an evil but U Is a result rather than a cause It Is the result of vices like licentiousness and drunken ness that make companionship Insup portable cruelty which Involves risk to life Itself and the lighter but more generally diffused vices of vadlty sel fishness and ungoverned temper It has been said rather superficially that it takes two to makel a quarrel but one Is sufficient to make married life Insupportable Tbe clergy do well to fight the evil of divorce they will do even better to fight the vices that lead to It When I die said the candidate reaching his greed climax let them put but throe words upon my tomb I ask no more I shall rest In peace If above me are carved the simple words He was honest a Yab said a little man at the back end of the ball Ive always claimed youd take your nerve right down with you to the grave t rt a SUMMER SUITS J We have opened our new stock of these goods coats and trousers only Our line is unusually j fine this season the coats have just enough lining to give them shape and style they do not look youIwear nw 11 C New patterns in Home Spuns Flannels and Crash May we have the pleasure of showing them to you i ssnssrass- T o ffllLLER Danville Kg THE GLOBE VEHICLES I Ifyou need a Now Turnout this Spring soma 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 andsee us HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Some Hoss Sense Reasons why a tin root not n sheet iron is the best roof made let It will lost three times as long as the best shingle and willcost 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 the insur ance enough to pay the difference between it and a cheaproof See S II Aldridge the tinner and plumber that does the work Phone No 116 S H ALDRIDGEDepot Street Stanford Ky s sses 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 are 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- o way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting SOLO BY CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky GO TO W B McRoberts FOR LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED IISTANFORD LANDRETHSI WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS i HE INTERIOR JOURNAI E C WALTON HARVEY HELM Of SunforJ Is a candidate for ton ress In this Ihe Eighth district subject to the action of the democratic party HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for In theI Elthth district to succeed lion G G risen sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port Is earnestly solicited Q G GILBERT Of Shelby Is a candidate for Congress subject to Ihe action of the democratic party R C WARREN- Is a candidate for juice of the Linden county tour subject to the action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND SR In candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec g U the action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD t It a canaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject le the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR II for df aiaupaflyn county sublet j to the action of the 1JESSE C LYNN li candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS II a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to Me action of the democratic party DINK FARMER U a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tae action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS h a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the leaocratlf party W I HERRIN It a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the Ceaocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUIT- TI a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools ef Lincoln County subject to tb of the demo mtlc party MISS KATE BOGLE j Ii a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools If Lincoln county subject to the action of the cratIC party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate fer Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the actton of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate fer Assessor el Ltoesta WIlIly sub ject to the actfen of the democratic party 4DC ALLEN- Is a candidate for Assessor ef Llncatn entity sub Ject to the actten of the Deraecratk partyR EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is alundllate for Assessor of yssnty sub Jectto the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY II a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to tile action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR countyaR 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 WE print this Issue a fairly Rood picture of Hon Harvey Helm together t with what lome of the papers of this district bate laid about hit race for the democratic nomination for Congress People ID this end of tbe Eighth dIll tract are too well acquainted with Mr Helm and his splendid record both se- aj democrat and a gentleman to make further comment of him necessary but for the benefit of the democratic voters of the remote counties we give a brief sketch of the gentleman Mr Helm Is now holding hie second term as county attorney an office which be has filled with great credit He represented j Lincoln county In the Legislature In 1804 and the county was never better represented He was a delegate from tale district to the Kansas City conven lion and his presence was felt He was campaign chairman In the Goebel election and did good work Even before he reached his majority Mr Helm took a lively hand le politics and slnre be bae been Lincoln countys foremost worker for democracys cause In both of Mr Bryans races be labored bard for the election of the great commoner and In every other election he has worked in season and out No better democrat than Mr Helm lives and In the estimation of his friends who know his true worth no honor Is too great for him We are for blm for Congress because of his fitness for the office be cause he Is deserving f the honor and because of tho excellent services we know he has rendered the party of parties IN the county mass conventions held Saturday throughout Kentucky for the selection of delegates to the democratic State convention In Louisville tomor row the democrats expressed their unmistakable choice for Hon Lewis McQuown of Bowling Green whose candidacy for chairman of the State committee baa been championed by Gov Beckbam and what bas come to be known In the present fight as the Administration forces HON HARVEY HELM could not wlsl a better state of affairs than now exls in his race for Congress In slang par lance things are coming his way aDd coming fast II There now romaine DO scintilla of doubt about Madison Rock castle and Garrard being for hIm aDd his friends In Boyle and Jessamines are claiming those counties for Mr Bolrn The fiarrodsburg Democrats tommy rot about tho race being between Gilbert and Moore Is the worst kind of buncomband Is printed for effect The Mercer and Shelby entries are makln a fight for second place in the race each trying to save himself the humll lotion of running last THE Barrodeburg Heralds 10pig Civic League edition was a hummer Besides column after column of good reading matter the splendid issue con tamed wellprinted hall tone pictures of many of Mercer county prominent men and buildings It was a most cred- Itable effort both on the part of the women who did the Intellectual and Messrs Pulllam and Hutton who did practical work on the paper THEonly reason why the republicans are suggesting Cannon as a tall to the republican presidential kite is because he comes from a State the republicans must have If they would win the elec tion and of which they are by no means lure POLITICAL The democratic vote for the press dential nomination now stands For Parker 172 for Hearst 93 for Olney 32 for Wall 26 uninstructed 304 The democratic campaign in Tonnes see will be opeced about August 1 and Gov Frazier and the electors for the State atlarge expect to speak in every county In the State Both Elwood T Wall of Wisconsin and Marshall Field the merchant prince of Illinois are spoken of as pos hili ties In tbe nomination of a democratic candldatejfor vlco president Returns from tho democratic prima ties In Texas covering 150 counties show that 66 instructed for Parker and 10 for Hearst the remainder being un instructed but most of the delegates are said to be for Parker At a conference In Chicago of demo cratic leaders from the State with John P Hopkins and other politicians It Will practically agreed that the Illinois democratic convention should Indorse W R Hearst as Its candidate for the presidential nomination- It Is the general opinion that Gov J1 C W Beckbam Senators Blackburn and McCreary and probably Congress man Ollie James will be Kentucky Big Four to the democratic national convention The unit rule will be In voked to govern the delegation which may be Instructed for Judge Parker for President HOD James N Kehoe of Mavsvllle claims his election as chairman of the State central committee by the follow log returns For Kehoe 71 counties seven Congressional districts and 663 votes For his opponent McQuown 48 counties four Congressional die trlcts and 509 votes Kenoes majority 154 He has 76 votes more than is necessary to make a choice On the 79th ballot Charles S De neon of Chicago was nominated for Governor by the Illinois republican convention at Springfield Doneens nomination was brought about by a combination Yates Hamlln and Sber man withdrawing from the contest and tbrowlcg their Influence to Deneen who received US7t votes to 5222k for London 21 for Warner and 1 for Yates M F Mike Elkln State Comman der of the Maccabees has returned to Stanford from Lexington and will en ter upon an active campaign for State Senator It has been decided by the democratic committee that Lincoln county Is entitled to name the nominee and Lincoln always knows a good thing at sight Elkin has more of the nat ural qualities of a legislator than any man ever born in Lincoln county He Is with an a pure mladed Christian leD tleman Somerset Journal IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The Junction City poetofflce has been decreased to tho fourth class Leslie Lay was run over and killed by an L S N train near Jelllco Jacob Henry a brakeman was kill ed In the L S N yards at Richmond The Tug River Lumber Cos sawmill near MIddlesboro was destroyed by fire Tbe MIddlesboro Board of Equaliza tion finds that citys taxable wealth to be 1502000 In a shooting encounter on the Stink lag Creek road four mile above Flat Lick Knox county Clark and John Mills were killed by Pal Games and James Gray- Postmasters were appointed Saturday as follows Ammle Clay county Daniel Allen Ansel Pulaski county Taylor Hardwick Cains Store Pulas kl county William T Mlnton Cool idge Pulaskl county Tfaoa S Steph ens Dallas Pulaski county H G Ea ton Elihu Pulaskl county M G McKinney Howe Pulaski county Battle Hardwick Laura Jackson county Or vllle Fox Mount Victor Pulaski coun PulallklIPulaskl county J CParker Welborn Pulaaki county Stephen C flerrln Result of Mass Convention Hell Saturday Tbe democrats of Lincoln county me at tbe court house in mass conventlot Saturday and organized by making Ma Isaac Shelby chairman and Epb D Pennlngton secretary The temporary organization was made permanent The chair appointed a committee on resolutions as follows M S Baugh man J S Owsley Jr M F North B W Glvens and T W HutchUon which reported as follows Be it resolved by the democrats of Lincoln county In mass convention al sembled 1 That wo approve of the action ol the democratic State Executive Committee at Its meeting in Lexington la calling a convention to meet In the city of Louisville on Juno 8 lOOt for the purpose of selecting delegates to tbo democratic National convention to bo held In St Louis on July 6 1034 and we approve the action of the said committee In calling county mass corfven done to be held on June 4 1901 2 We cndorsotbecandldacy of Judge M C Saulley for judge of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky Judge Saulley Is a splendid lawyer a learned judge and would add great strength dignity and erudition to the highest court of our State 3 We endorse the candidacy of Hon Harvey Helm for Congress from this the Eighth Congressional District Mr Helm Is a gentleman a scholar a good lawyer and an orator and would add great strength and wisdom to our pan- ty In the halls of Congress 4 In presenting the names of Judge Saufley and Mr Helm to the democrats of this appellate and Congressional die trict we feel an honest pride and we are justly proud of them believing It would be a great pleasure to the demo crate In both this Judicial and Con gressional districts to vote for them 5 That the following democrats ot Lincoln county be selected as delegates to the Louisville convention which meets in Louisville on Wednesday June 8 Judge J P Bailey J S Ow ley Jr W S Burch M F North J F Holdam S M Owens A C Dunn L M Alversoa E C Walton And the following be selected as alternates Major Isaac Shelby B W Glvens J Ward Moore J H Carter M G Rey nolds Drv7T J Bobon Jerry Brlscoe Curtis Cover and J Mack Reynolds 6 That they be Instructed to vote on all questions that may come before said convention as their judgment dictate would redound to the best Interest of our party In the State and Nation 7 If in any event there should be a less number present than the whole number of delegates to which Lincoln county Is entitled then a less number than tbe whole number Is hereby au thorlzed to cast the entire vote for Llncojncounty On motion duly made and seconded the foregoing resolutions were adopted by the democrats of Lincoln county in maul convention on Saturday June 4 1904 ISAAC SHELBY SK Cbmn E D PENNIN6TON Secy CHURCH MATTERS Rev Daniel Richardson a Methodist preacher Is dead at Ellzabethton aged 81 Eld B J Pinkerton went to Spun Jessamine county Saturday and preached at the Christian church there Sunday He preaches there twice each month and at Wllmore twice Tbe committee sent from Louisville to notify Dr John Gardner Murray of his election to succeed tbe late Bishop returDedIea or not he would accept the bishop ric Dr Murray however secured the committee that ae would give them a final answer within a few days HELM Hon Harvey Helm of Lin colD 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 supporter every day It is impossible to look upon and engage In conversation with The Tall Syca more of the St Asapb as he has been dubbed without Instinctively becom ing aware of the fact that Mr Helm Is a born leader of men and built of the Imber of which Congressmen are made It Is hoped and thought that Madison will recognize tbeee qualities by a solid endorsement of Mr Helm when the county convention meet Richmond Register President Brown of the American Humane Society telegraphed a protest to the governor of Missouri against a projected bull fight at tit Louie Three Negroes are dead at Trail Lake Miss as the result ot tbe murder ot two white men In their store Dr J R Pennington Dentist Of Louisville has located at tbo Weather ford Hotel Xluitoavllle for a few weeks to- racticehlsprofuaslouo Ho It prepared to ao all of dentbtry and U thoroughly educated In tho latest painless nocessei to the dental profession painby w LUMBER WANTED I headingslumberprice at Morelaod D U 0 Feytoo ILACKSMITH SHOP INEW rented the Wm Daughertv blacksmith anopon west main street am prepared to do all kinds ot blacksmith am wood work t have an experienced workman In charge Work guaranteed Dire me a call will also keepon hand all the lime a lot ot lumber ot alt kinds RARER WALLS Dr O S WilliamsD- ENTIST All work gunrnntood and ton sonabloI NEW LIVERY STABL- Es BUntE t SJN ron JUNCTION CITY KY TurnoutrtrgtClass at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For 8a- 1ePOSTED strlctl1forbIdpassing on our places and will prosecute Tlolators to the full extent of the law J Z Spoonamore T M Holmes II F Newland J 0 Oamenlscb Peter Balmer WH Johnson Mrs Mary Olvens David Stephens James M White and wife Carson U P Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welch n A Lawrence Frank CordIer Mrs A D Root Bam F Reynolds Morgan Humphrey 0 T Will IOn CLEANING HOUSE I Yon may need new carpets matting oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains tacks curtain poles pictures frames screens posse partolst doors glass tables chairs safes wardrobes couches dressers washstands beds springs mattreses chamber sulfa water sets lamp chiffon fen folding beds washing machines wring ers waU paper carpet house trunks tete scopoi carriage paint paint curtaIn stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY PRESTON NO 922 This premium saddle stallion ot tbe world will make the season oft at the stable ot J C Bailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Kv Preston if a brown horse IJ years tale 1st hands high a perfect modrl with great style action speed Preston was sired by Washington N 54 he by Cromwell No 73 tit dam Belle by Roderick and dam by a Denmark hTse Preston has shown against and efejeJ all the great show horse of Kentucky such DI Kentucky Artist owned by J T Creashaw of Lezlngton Ky and Mont gomery Chief owned by Ball Uros Why you should breed to Preston- I Because he It the greatest abets horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great show horses such as Blectra that was sold to Senator Vare for 1 2000 Rebecca that sold at New York Exchange to Cieorge Watson for 650 Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Bros that won more premiums in saddle and combined rings than any three yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Craving of Illinois for Ijoo 3 Because he is the only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for 15000 4 Because he won the championship of the Louisville Horse Show in 1003 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Kv 5 Because he has won more money In the show ring than any other saddle stal lion in Kentucky 6 I will be glad to show him to any one at my stable and invite those wishing to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at 9IO tbe season or 918 to insure a living colt J C B7ULEY Stanford Ky SUN BROTHERS Worlds Progruslvt Rail road Shows Enlarged and Riconstructtd Fur The Prsssnt Season Greater Grander Biggtr Bitter Than Ever SATURDAY JUNE 11 Stanford Ky Some of tbe great features to bo seen with Bun Brothers Railroad Shows The HARD ELI AND HAUT TRIO Aerial Horizontal Rat Experts HILL FAMILY SOCIETY Acrobats COMMODORE tbe Rope Walking Mule and other Acts and Novelties too numerous to mention The Grand Street Parade takes place at 11 oclock A Saturday June II Two performances at 2 and 8 p at dally Grand Leaders Bargains Misses Oxfords laid patent tip sire 12 12 wcro 81 now 7fic Misses Patent Lonthor Oxfords sizo 12 12 woro 8150 now OSo- Latlios 160 Patent tip kid Oxfords rats 98c r Ladies S8 Patent Leather Oxfords now 108eLadies 850 Patent Viai Oxfords now 8220 Several Odd Lots Ladies Oxfords sizo 3 8 12 had J worth up to 8280 go at 70c Mens Canvas Shoos tho 8150 kind now 08c liens Canvas Oxfords tho 150 kind now 08c- Mens 8850 Tint Shoos go at 89t5tMarts SS50 Patent Viol Oxford go nt 8200 Brats 8ljJO PatoutVlai Oxfords go nt 8820 A few pairs of those Ladles Dollar KM Gloves rftts fl 81 only to olese them out ISo nil colors 16c Lawns Ou a yard- S l8o Lawns 5o n yard Men JSOo Underwear now 2 to ions 810 Suits now 8B98 lions 812AO Suit now 8008 t lions Straw Hats slightly HHod worth up to 81 gO til ifio well Lndios Straw Sailors go at Me oneli OW8LEY liLaC WATCH OUR ADS t THE GRAND LEADERM B Le y O Co S B Levy HAMMOCKS HnmmocklllClosely Woven Cotton PRICES S300 co orr 200 150 100 1m PENNYS DRUG STOREStanford The last reeling place of your departed ones by tho erection of a suitable Monument Let It be of exclusive and artlstlcdeslan the but material and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Marker and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky We are Now Showing- A beautiful line of Ladies Slip 1 pers manufactured by Kriffendorf Dittmann See our lineeT W E Perkins C R McCormack Dealer in h Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High 1 est Market for Country Pro duce 1 Ce McCormack Hustonville UMBRELLAS a ls covered and repaired and made almost as good M new for a amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial 1itANK ATKIKR Stanford Jesse W Sweeney rnomiETon Livory Food and Salo Stablo Lanoaster Ky Homes wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been in the business all my life I feel confident In saying I represent one of the best tailoring firms In the country With experience In taking measures and diructoni I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons In this line will bear me out My prices are the same as Inez- lerlenced men are in the business I also 4vo a nice Ibm of fancy cheviot and other suitings I will cut and make if you desire at a moderate price Thank lag you for ptlet favors I am yours II CRUPLEY the Tailor UI r WM Crab OrchardKy f HardwareTinware Price R Tailoring NOTICEI am handling a lot of young horses Have an experienced driver and rider to do rHonesL 0 DUNN Mt Salem Ky +The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAYtLancaster Ky Wm SHUOABS Proprliter Electric Lights In every room Refurnished and under entire New Management Bob the favorite porter meets all train Urge Wen axhtd Sample Rga GILT EDGE JR Saddle stallion provenhimself LOnnon and dam by Onstotts ter known as the Ballard horseIGilt Edge Jr will season 1904 at my stable one mile from Preeh ersville on the Preacliersville k Stanford pike at 16 to insure a living colt D M ANDERSON Preachersvllle t Ky tr r r SLIPPERS Wo place on tho bargain tnblo Monday 38 pair strap slippers 82 kind at only 98o pair If you need a com fortnblo every day slipper ris eoft ns a kid glove got a pair of those Lot of Childrens Slippers at 600 t KT JVNI 7 1901 DCSENDERRYS Liquid Creolcum This powerful disinfectant Is a Coal Tar Product and Is not poisonous but more effective than Carbolic Acid and other similar preparations Has ao agreeable odor no and li safe cheap and convenient to use Sure death to Fleas and cures Mange on Dogs For general use one to four tea t spoonfuls to a pint of water Price 25 cts per bottle Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky H BEAZLRY attended court at yesterday JAMES PUILLIPS went up to London eft yesterday on business REV J H HOPPER of Perryvllle was hero yesterday with relatives MISS LIZZIE MYRLE MOKINNEY of Livingston Is with Mrs W O Speed Miss EFTA DaLLE ROOT who has been teaching at Moline 111 returned home Saturday MASTER Moniusos BRIOHT Is visit log his cousin Wm Yager Jr In W HAOIN went up to Mt Vernon Friday to preach the funeral of Mrs James Honk MR A O GODWIN of Nashville Joined bis wife and blbaL Mr Rich ard Bibbs Friday DR R R HOURIOAN and little ion of Martoc were with the family of Mr H O Rupley MRS JOHN BRIOUT JR and child ran are spending the week with her parent at Palo Lick MRS JNO B MtSRSUONof Somerset U with her daughters Meidames J It Deliley and AO Hill WALLACE AND SHIRLEY GOVRR of Crab Orchard were the guests of W O Speed and O V Gentry last week Miss PATSY PREWITT of Lexington Is with Miss Tevls Carpenter who will entertain In her honor tomorrow eve ning JOHN M CARTER left Sunday for Martlnsylllo mod to take advantage of the baths He is troubled wltb MRS ED CARTER returned yesterday from Louisville where they have been the guests of Mr and Mrs t W Hume Logan Miss IBAIICL WALKER who has been In Louisville for some time was her brother Mr W O Walker while en route to Gar I MR AND MRS LON LARUE and lit tie daughter of Corbln and Miss Cia ra Stoecker of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jesse Traylor last week MRS W P WALTON and children who have ben visiting her fathers f family at Walnut Flat returned to Lexington Sunday Mr Walton came over for them DRS E J BROWN and A S Price left Sunday morning for Atlantic City to meet with the American Medical Association From there they will go to Philadelphia New York and other Eastern cities 3ALETTER from A Bteenbergon at Sulphur Springs Texas says that crops are looking One Farmers are shipping potatoes North by the car load peaches are ripe and tine and the blackberry crop Is the best la years MR CA3WELL SAUFLEY left Jester t day for the Naval Academy at Annap oils whore ho will undergo the rigid physical examination for a cadetship Several weeks ago be passed a perfect mental examination at Lexington and his many friends hope ho will be equal ly successful In the trial yet to come Tint following gentlemen accompa nied Hon Harvey Helm to Richmond yesterday whore ho presented his claim to the democrats of Madison and told why they should Instruct for him W M Bright M S Baughman S T Harris J E Bruoa Gee D tord J O Lynn R 0 Shanks A O Dunn E O Walton R L Hubble B W Givens G B Cooper J B Willis and Oeo T Wood LOCALS BUY the Model Stool Range of S P Qray Stanford r FQR of five rooms hall and nice veranda Largo barn etc Place must be sold For panic ulars see L R Hughes Stanford is Wo bolero tho promises of Spring that thp would come early but wo loomed to our sorrow that she was only flirting and now wo nro n giltal lover But we must make the boat of it Wo bought heavily in eQrao lines and in order to got rid of tho wo must LOSE Wo propose to walk bravoly to our futo and CUT tho PRICES to tho bottom fa or t der to movo tho goods quickly Bargains in every are of this Great SHOE SALE Be One of Them nEIOALDr It A Jones hat re moved his dental ofllco to the parlor of the Myers House directly across the street from his old office Miss MARIETTA WALLACE celebrat ed her 10th birthday Saturday by glv log a party to some 35 of her little friends It was a most enjoyable ooea sloe TUE wife of James E Rook who was a daughter of Mr James T Adame died at Mt Vernon ol consumption She was at Joseph Price Infirmary for treatment for some time celebration July 4 The Interesting program for the day will be printed later Everything will be free and a big crowd is Invited and expected DONT forget the Ice crelm lad strawberry supper to be given on Thursday June 0 at the home of Mrs Steve Estes for the benefit of the Crab Orchard Baptist church A MONTH ago a tyhen with 2li little turkeys left Mr Joe Chancellors home and be and his wife had about given up hope of ever seeing the little flock again Friday Mr Chancellor found the hen In Silas Anderson woods with SI of the 96 young ones following her Low RAT 8 TheN will sell roundtrip tickets to Nashville June 10 to 15 limited to IStb at 14 00 ac count the Confederate Veterans Reunion On today and tomorrow round trip tickets will be sold to Louisville at N 35 good till June 10 awount democratic convention On June 13 and 14 roundtrip tickets will be sold to at 1100 good till lOtb on account of Kentucky Baptist Asso elation liONS UAKVEV HBLM and George G Gilbert spoke to a big crowd at Rich mood yesterday The crowd was very favorable to Lincoln and his splendid speech was well re ceived Mr Helm spoke first and after Mr Gilbert turn he made an effec Live rejoinder of i0 minutes It was the concensus of opinion that Mr Helm got much the better of the argument The best posted politicians say that Madison will Instruct for Mr Helm be yond doubt UNDER a splendid picture of Mr Rubble the Louisville Times of Saturday printed the following Hon R L Hubble candidate for State Senator from the district composed of Lincoln Doyle Garrard and Cisey Is a wealthy farmer and mule raiser and dealer of Lincoln county His name is Robert Lee but his old nurse nicknamed him Took and his friends know him by no other name He Is 42 years old and has an Interesting family of a wife and two children a boy and girl He has always been a working democrat and this ls his first time to ask political preferment Mr Hubble was Indicted In the United States court for Intlml dating voters In the Goebel election but the case was finally thrown out of court Ho is a bighearted affable man popular with all classes and will prove a formldhblo candidate In the race he has just entered AT the third and last recital given by Miss Ellen Ballous music class at Walton Opera House the following program was splendidly rendered Pl too solo Thorn Rose Handel Mary Ambrosia McRoberts chorus Row Us Swiftly Campana Misses Jennie Lynn Pevls Carpenter Nell Warren piano solo Aurora Moszkowskl Kate Wal ton Water violin solo Melody Nevln Mrs Charles P Harvlello piano solo The Maidens Wish CboplnLlizt Mary Walker Higgins reading selected Polly Duane Traylor piano The Pawns Chamlnade Alllo Richards Huffman vocal solo Happy Day Strol izkl Miss Lynn piano solo Sonata Pathotlquo Beethoven Virginia Leo Bourse Grecian Harp Dance The vocal portion of the program was under the management of Miss Jennie Lynn and the drill was arranged by Miss credit ls due The latter entertain monte are always of a high order and a rood show may always be expected when she has anything to do with It i The music class of the year Jut closed baa been one of the largest and most successful Miss Ballou has over taught That she Is a very tine teacher is shown by the marvelous work of her pupils in general and the younger ones in particular WE will sell lime at 860 per barrel Carton S Pence 2t TUB L N offers another II 50 roundtrip rate to Cincinnati Sunday Nice new things In dowered organ- die 10 to 2c Come quick John P Jones BASE BALL The Stanford Grafters will play the Stanford Star a game of base ball this afternoon at 3 oclock at the Graded School Park Admission lOo r ALL persons having claims against the estate of Mrs Ermine Padgett deceased will present tame to me at once poperly verified G Singleton ad BON HARVEY HELM will speak at Danville Monda week county court day Menri Gilbert and Moore are invited to be present and share time with him SOME hungry fellow tried to get Into the kitchen of Jame T Joness restau rant Saturday night but a shot from Mr Jones 46 calibre pistol scared the fellow and bis greedy appetite away admission to Princeton University will be held at the Walters School Richmond Ky June 10 17 and 18 and for admission to Yale June 20 and 30 and July 1 TilE Ladles Aid Society of the Hap tin church willglve a strawberry and ice cream supper at the residence of Mrs W n Wearen this Tuesday eve nlng Refreshments from 0 to 10 Ev erybody Invited Mrs R B Mahony secretary BUSY BBSS The Faithful Workers of the Colored Christian church have painted and carpeted their church and will continue the good work until aU the repairing Is completed They will give a banquet June 18th at Odd Fellow Hall A J Robinson pastor A J Thurmsn church clerk a friend and they are many are glad to know that be will come back to Stanford from Nicholas vllle and take charge of the Stanford Telephone Exchange Mr H H Jones who has made scores of friends by his gentlemanly deportment during his short stay here will go to Nicholas Vllle Stanford people generally give him ana his good wife up with much regret THE two factions In the board of trustees of the Graded School have gone to court with their grievances On Thursday Meisri H J McRoberts and J N Saunders flied suit against Mr A M Pence to compel him to meet with them and on Friday a simi lar suit was filed uy Dr W B OBan non and A M Pence against Mr Saun der Messrs H J McRoberta and Saunders are represented by Messrs J W Alcorn M C Saufley and P M McRoberls and the other side by Mes srs Beckner d Jouett of Winchester and J B Paxton What a pity It Is that the matter cannot be settled with out airing the trouble In court PETTUS D Pettus aged 74 died at the home of his daughter Mrs Jame F Cummins Friday after noon after a few days Illness of paraly sis He had been in feeble health for some time but not until the fatal stroke came did he have to take his bed A wile who was a Miss Francis of Madison and seven children survive the good man Dr Pettus had lived all of his long life at Crab Orchard ex cept two years which he spent in Kan sal Ho loved the old town and the pea plo there loved him and it was ead news for his people when the message came that the splendid old gentleman was no more Dr Pettus was a prominent Odd Fellow and Mason having been a member of the latter order forSO years He was at unswerving democrat and his party services are well remembered Ho was a successful practitioner for many year and the poor of his section bad no bettor friend than was the doctor who answered every call for his service whether the summons came from rich or poor The funeral walI preached by Roy O M Huey at Mr Cummins homo at 030 Saturday morn- Ing after which the remains were taken to Crab Orchard where the Odd follows and Masons took charge of the body and laid It to rest In accordance with their funeral rites A good man bas gone to his reward may those who sorrow soon realize that their loss is Dr Pettus eternal gain Mr and Mrs C W Metcalfo of At- llanta Ga announce the engagempn of their daughter Adeline Wiseman to Mr Dudley Edward Bryant of Danville Information has just been received that Mr O Wharton Haus of Kansas City and Mrs Comic Cooper Gillette who formerly lived here were married In Kansas City ou the 20th The bride Is a sister of Meidatres Robert Lytle and W B Penny and Mr Gill Cooper of Danville Miss Maud A Best of Moreland and Mr J O Bogle of Garrard county were married last week at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Thomas DelL Rev G W Montgomery officiating The groom Is a prominent young business man while his bride a beautiful and popular lady She Is well known In the West End and is loved by all for her many noble traits of character and sunny temperament The following beautiful account of the marriage ap peared In the Lexington Leader The marriage of Miss Jean Steel Shelby to Mr Peter M McRoberts was celebrated Thursday at high noon at Arcadia the home of the brides fath er Mr Isaac Shelby It was a beauti ful wedding and conspicuous event In the social world of Central Kentucky and attended by a number of Lexlng ton relatives and friends Arcadia lea typical Southern home with Its lawn shaded by majestic pines oaks and cbesnuts and the fine old colonial mansion tall pillars wide halls spacious rooms and verandas hardwood floors and rich old mahogany furnish legs For the wedding the house was decorated In white and green South ore smilax roses and syrlngla all about The bride was given In marriage by her father Rev Cooley of Cincinnati officiating with the Impressive Episco pal ceremony The couple knelt for the final blessing on the same white satin cushions used for several other weddings at Arcadia The bride was very handsome and graceful In her beautiful gown of white liberty gauze over white silk trimmed with ducbeue lace and tulle veil caught with orange blossoms She carried a lovely shower bouquet of white roses and llllles of the valley The brides table was of polish ed mahogany showing through lace mats and decorated with bride roses and asparagus plumoea for the center piece the blossoms overflowing an ele Kant silver vase one of the wedding gifts of the brides parents when they were married In 57 In Chicago The place cans were In gold on white taffeta ribbon and with the brl dal couple were seated 14 of their best friends The wedding cake was a tempting confection In a place of honor on the north porch a very attractive nook with bamboo shades plants and ferns and vines trailing over the posts In the cake were the emblems of fate a seal ring with the monogram of the bride and bridegroom a dime the very needle with which the brides gown was made and a sea shell Miss Sadie Cecil of Danville drew the ring Af tar a delightful breakfast the happy couple left for a wedding journey In the East The brides going away gown was a shirt waist suit of blue and green changeable silk They were remembered with many elegant gifts jutglass silver bronzes pictures rugs etc with which to adorn their own home In Stanford where they will go to housekeeping when the bridal couple return from their trip A beautiful wedding day showers of loving wishes from friends In many cities and States are among the numerous augueries for good luck attending the attractive bride and bridegroom She Is from me of Kentuckys foremost families and a bright and charming woman and Jr McRoberts Is a splendid citizen of whom one cannot speak too highly He Is of the well known law firm of Hill L McRoberts of Stanford Dr J B DENTIST Office In Elmoro MAIN ST Stanford A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Ky OffletoTW UeBobuU Dmc Slot lit the Owiltyl HnUdinj Directors Paxton Geo Carters Foster Ootwh Cummins Bright Shanks the prIce for hides feathers etc be convinced Btantord SKIRTS 251of the prettiest styles of this seasons Skirts in light weights or light colors at CUT PRICES to cloee out 8500 skirts at 8080 8000 skirts at 8460 Such reductions tho way through Come us show you theeo skirts the cost of material i It SEVERAITCE SON srrANFORD- q JTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD IPERSONALS SR LouisvilleRev rheumatismMR bere1eaterdlYwith rardS t WarrenH BALECottago TO LOSE OR TO LOSE That the Question oversupply department Many Taking Advantage havebig Campbellsvllle countyscandldato younlrladle NOT 3tI EXAMINATIONS HOMBRWRAYS dame MATRIMONIAL ShelbyMcRoberts Beck Building Kentucky Stanford II WHENl I Its a- Question of- CLOTHING THINK I Smut a- ukCUMMINSMCLARY I I 011B CRITERIONOn the wearer Its the shoul ders coat close ting collar perfectly built shaperetaining front that makes the wearer look Feel Wen Dressed you will wear a Criterion suit you will satisfied What more do you want Prices 750 1750 Ha Ja MROBERTS StanFord Ky TRY ONE OF THESE I I Warranted and Satisfaction For a Clean and Easy Shave you cant afford not to a CLAUSS RAZOR GEORGE H FARRIS R COIo Stanford Kentucky I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK es CAPITAL STOCK SOOOO J B W O Walker W n It G W II W M R L MII ftTrustcontinuouslytor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT willprove Produce I Will beet market eggs hens lunk Call and at H B Northcotti Ky j nil lot fur tho to of a the fit the and If be i to Guaranteed use Wanted Officers H BHANK8 President J B OWSLEY Cubic W M BRIGHT Aiit Calhlen THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Hocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave St Louis 1 ifTHE JNT RIORJOURNAL Entered n the pooQlet at Stanford as ulondcla matter 1PvabUahdTuadayesadFx3dusVSAT i PER YEAR CASH Ae when not repaid3OO rift beohargid KNOXVILLE DIVISION 31 Train going North 1Ot 280am p m 02SII 025 u II South 1217 a m No3II 1211S p m BOB QUIS 66749- A J 00- I will stand the above splendid Jerseyb- D11 near water at IlSOat my place in advance privileges permitted j B CAMENISOH Stanford Ky J H BOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable hates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Salt Will sell privately Will also sell a 15 horse power engine boiler All In good repair Will sell at a bargain to close up business Will take part pay In lumber POWELL ds SwitSET Stanford Ky Dar1 Traylor DEALER IB Whisk Brandu Wines Beer GlQars Etc Carpenter House Close to STANFORD KY Prompt and potits attention Nothing but the bee to drink Mall phone cr telegraph orlers receive prompt attention FOR SALE Ten acres of land a two story front seven room cottage The house Is new A a large did garden and orchard There Is a mill on the place a good crusher and the dam Is In good repair the natural power Is great economy to running the mill Does a business Everything Is In good repaIr and has all neessay ont bulldinge- The owners only reason for selling le the rush of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty Is on the Hanging Fork about a miles from Stanford and can be bought i at a For further particulars SO Thurmond Lytle Ky or L R llcanns Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE Fos CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wtahhg to buy or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number of line Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we havo If you desire to sell Livery It in our hands Office at Boone Stable Stanford Ky I RlMufiony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage i ol the property owners tn counties of Lincoln and Casey who may be seeking In surance against tfire Lightning and Tornado None but the- stronest and best OldLine Com panics represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone b2 Stanfordw Kentucky r Dragging Pain3 2825 Keeley St CHICAGO ILL Oct 2 1902 I suffered with falling and con gestion of the womb severe pains through the groins I suf feted terribly at time of men struation had blinding headaches and rushing of blood to the 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 had the right medicine New blood- soomed to course through veins and after using bottles I was a well rtouian lira 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 tak ing Wino of Cardul in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on the road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions addressC 7 symptoms The Ladies Advisory j ChattanoogaiIKJNE4GARDUI 1 erryled rr PARKER BALSAMi ColorTCunt growthwT glcandSIOOH lkurdu THE Joseph Price Infirmary ii open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills when services are rendered and must boo paid promptly BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce do Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORP KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage la solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J La Beazley Co J Undertakers and- Embalmora HALO n1ALaae It FttrnltureMattlnjrsRnEa They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ CGif Y UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealear In BABNSSS SADDLZSY to Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST nuitonvllle Ky elegantly P 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business solicited HUMMER JR Day stallion 15 34 bands a good indi vidual with abundant speed He is by Hummer 6112 sire of Bouncer 209 Stately 2UU Spalpeen 212 Quickly 2144 Mountaineer 2i5jf Speedon yiyJ4 15 in 230 Hummer 6112 is a son of the renowned Electioneer andsave ono is the only spa 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 Jrsdamdam Uodiva by Auditor 773 Will stand at IO to insure a living co- ltHAPSBURG 509 iCi hands high By Gloseter 26 im ported ist dam Jolly by Wonderful Boy byTrinketdam by of England 566 3d dam by Barnaby 670 4th dam by Grand Turk 138 is a urJ bred Cleveland bay English Coach Horse weighs 1275 pounds drives well gentle and kind with fine style 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 speed and action should see this horse will stand at gio to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid Jack at Sio Mares grazed at 2 per month which in all cases must be paid before ate removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J K BAUGIIMAN Hustonville NEWS NOTES David W Grundy one of the loading business men of Greenville this State dropped dead Curtla Jott under life sentence for killing James B Marcum was taken to the penitentiary Saturday- A Lexington Judge has decided that under the old English law a man has a right to whip his wife The International Womans Suffrage League In session at Berlin elected Mrs Carrie Chapman Catt of Wyo ming president Robert Steel a wealthy wholesale liquor dealer of Philadelphia fell down stairs at Doyleitown Pa and his neck was broken- A tornado swept away a number of houses In Klowa and Comanche coun ties Oklahoma Oce woman was kill ed and several persons were envefoly InjuredNothing pays a hundred per cent on the dollar as surely as true courtesy In the Inner circle ot home nothing brings bankruptcy to happiness so surely as the lack of It Ten men were killed by an explosion which destroyed the Corning distillery at Peoria III Thirty thousand barrels of spirits were destroyed and 3000 cat tie wore burned to death The lots Is estimated at 12000000 Lightning struck the house of John Gentry cear Tennyson Ind killing three of the family Instantly and seri ously Injuring four others The house was demolished and the bodies of the victims were badly burned The Commonwealth Insurance Com parry has been organized by J D Pow ers W W Thum and about 60 other Louisville and Kentucky subscribers The articles of Incorporation have been tiled at Frankfort and the capital stock Is fixed at 12000000 Frank T Young a bookmaker was shot and killed In a cab In New YorkI while on his way to a steamship join his wife with whom ho was to have sailed for Europe Mrs Nan Patterson a former actress who was In the cab with Young was held In 15000 on request of the police The anniversary of the birth of Jet tenon Davis was generally observed throughout the South Friday as me mortal day by the Confederate vetdr- an Business was suspended In man cities and the graves of the dead heroe- were strewn with flowers and eulogies were pronounced by orators Should a society for the prevention of race suicide be formed In Oklahoma Deputy Sheriff Frank Carter of Lawton would likely be chosen Its first president says the Guthrie O T correspondent of the Kansas City Journal Although married but 18 years Mr Carter and his wife are the parents of 23 children all living There are 1 boys and eight girls In this remarka ble family and It Is said that Presi dent Roosevelt has written a personal letter to Mr Carter in which he wish ed the Oklahoman success In raisin his children Fourteen of the children are twins To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number ot criminal cases which have become a part of the States history and at a most critical time As judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Its proper construction Almost Innumerable cases baye burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist mo to secure the high position and oHlce to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL Chamberlains Stomach and Li ver Tablets Better than a Doctors Prescription Mr J W Turner of Truhart Va says that Chamberlains 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 medicine that would pro duce such gratifying results in cases of stomach troubles biliousness or constipa tion his whole time would be used In preparing this ono medicine For sale by W N Craig Mrs T A Snyder wife of the mil lionaire catsup manufacturer of New York piloted the yacht Palmetto 2600 miles from Hell Gate to Cairo III where she left It to visit friends In ken tucky The boat was brought by the crew to the foot of Plum street where It now awaits the return of Its fair pilot who will reside upou It during her visit to the Worlds Fair IFor LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J S Hooker sold to T H Smiley a gelding for 9150 The English Oaks worth 25000 was won by Pretty Polly W H Underwood sold to S Morgan a bunch of hops at 4c The Picket will not start In the Worlds Fair Handicap Wanted 40 or 50 cattle to graze J M Carter Sr Moreland 2t Two yearling Polled Angus bulls for sale J W Baughman Stanford 2t FOR SALFTbree good milk cows All fresh John Steele Carpenter Hut tonvllle M S Baugbman sold to T H Smi ley ot Lexington a fouryearold geld tog for 1250 A E Hundley sold to James Carter of Lebanon Junction a handsome Shet land mare for 125 I will have for sale 25 good Nebraska horses at the pens at the depot court day next Monday Juno 13 E H Den leyaBondage at 5 to 11n the betting won the 116000 Harlem National Handicap at Chicago from a good field of 14 horse ESTRAV A threeyear old steer red or nearly red weighing 1000 Ibs Left my place on the 18th Will give liberal reward for his return E G Blckley StanfordaI have on my place an cstray sow black weight about 176 pounds three rings In nose and crap In left ear Own er can get her by paying for her keep and this notice M S Baughman StanfordaMcCbcsoey will not start In the Su burban Handicap but will be shipped to Chicago to be placed In S C HII d roths hands for preparation for the 50000 World Fair Handicap to be run at St Louis June 25 SUSCCEIN STAN FORD Cured many serious cases of catarrh Penny will refund I money if it fails No other medicine or treatment for catarrh has ever achieved such quick and remarkable success in Stanford as Hyo met The fact that Mr Penny when ho underea case not cure ly to its successful introduction A guar antee from a firm like Penny gyro people confidence at the start Those who obtained a Ilyomel outfit found that the treatment did all that was claimed for It that the first few breaths o Hyomel cleared the air passages and invigoratinaffect g 5tern from all catarrbal germs soothed and healed the mucous membrane an made a complete and lasting cure Compared with the dangerous stomach drugging that had beeu wed heretofore balsamicga most Impression And the medicine iuelf did even wore than was claimed for It In fact to make a success it was necessary that Ilyomel should cure nearly every ease of catarrh in which It was used for every outfit was sold on a guarantee to refund the money in cue it failed If It had not possessed unusual merit an ofler like this would have resulted in an enormous loss But curing as It did Uyomei soon gained an enviable reputa tion and made many friends who recommend It far and near Its success 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 stlhfactlon The statute of William Goebel to be placed on a monument overlooking the grave of the murdered Governor in the Frankfort cemetery Is to be viewed by the Goebel Monument Committee beaded by Senator McCreary at Lex ington this week It will be placed on a platform by Sculptor Morrettl of New York for Inspection No Competition The uniform success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the relief and cure of bowel complaints both in children and adults has brought it into almost universal use so that It is practically without a rival and an everyone who has used It knows Is without an equal For solo by W N Craig Two men were killed and six injured in a collision on the Southern railroad one mile from Harrodsburg John Scanlon an engineer and Sam Wit llama of the work crew are the dead TrampI want work LadyI havent much to give Tramp Datll just suit rue cos I dont want much A Monott Mo man has written 40 033 words on a postal card and Is now one of the principal personages of the town There Is talk of entering him at the St Louis Fair If a classification can be found for him The government estimate of the total area planted in cotten in the United States this season Is 31730381 acres Increase of 282i010 acres over last year Eight persons were hurt four fatally by an explosion which wrecked the house of the Falrmount Coal Company at Falrmount W Va are LANCASTER The Ladles Aid Society of this place has been requested to furnish part ot the lunch for Kentucky Day at the St Louis fair The Monumental Carnival Co left Sunday for Lawrenceburg whom they have a week engagement Nothing can bo said good of this company Marriage license was Issued tbls week to John Hampton and Miss Mary Wood of Lower Garrard Harry Drown and Miss Grace Scott also secured 11 cense the CU ball team detested our sec ond team Wednesday afternoon 7 to 1 Iho Lancaster teRm expected to play the Sophomore team and were surpris ed whom they found they were against the best O U had The manager of the base ball team has arranged to have a game with the St Louis Stars a team composed of girls to bo played here June 10 The Stars play a good game and are well endorsed Everybody should come The mass democratic convention Saturday elected W T Gooch chair man and G A Swlnebroad secretary The following delegates were selected to go to the State convention and are uninstructed M D Hushes C A Robinson R H Tomllnson W T Gooch Alex GIbbs W L Lawson and S D Cochran EMlss Gene Dick of Crab Orchard Is with friends here Mrs Robert Ma Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange 1StanfordNasterg ascts ot HOlMpren land la Inaunty MotHnlles tram Nebula Sutton OB Iron Mo otaeald Will sell or exeha0gs frproperty eoaoty NoiSmall faro STaene Smiles tram Stan ford lIonMot fwirgood rooms back porch sad I trranJa hood Urn and other bulldlngi la good repair Cut InitrflMi wall Goad at acre to eultlTilkm one un In fruit tae TNt ID Clue nought at eomtiilulosert tale at bargtln sod can be NI4 at bargain Crow M school tot bareb Isla Its rer sere Iaod ad Mlalig MM for I M tad SIX TalalsibargslB Neal eumgoodlWTen sttiry its oh What gam webwatered sod bdlhep la good roodl UB rriaUIee- No at Srea mm dwelUBf good teller eat awn isedIfW veilaidpriig Female led oetbelldkys la fair edntoe Cheep ptaaaloe to town Will inlt a small busily No M IWSteeaaeJcoalan MmWrUsJ Iea d In ferry eossly K ea Ipe Via CrMk riverfiMttoelxfMt Hirer MrlgaW t lb month ol abovenek A ralliosd lIlIln for amile f stU prarerty theluster aelsta w ask tie TIU poclect Will mi M ssabgee- asy on terms No NA eta twottery eight root fraat setadr argra eaWn as ptiee wklrk mist f I br wntb dweillag note fIN 11r ssntk This prep arty k la gout repair and raa be beeght br 14169 N Ufara SS ace tpleodU bUtgrtu It ad la LlDcolacovniy Two story room stoa rrtldenf S tenant hoatwi barn rotia ferorer KO heal ol 10Irailroad snd la nod nelgkliorbood COO acrra I eldvalloo rrttla graai a4 Umber etr This IIU deal country base at all rtcalsam on plea calaeW watered with II oster failing prtnp etc frlto iMtonaM No e7Nbweutlage 7 arm laad within iVi mil a ol Stanford la good repent fenelng rood fertattlng well and good cellar Hood barn SOxll smokehouse Ac Young orchard and liD vies yard Hplcndld plus boat garden predac U supply the town 31550- 4o ettp sera of lied one mile from Somerset Ernjtln Mftn flclda Forty woe In cnltlra Uon CG acres in rulur balD la Umber Itwril tnxconUlnaMTin rooms Larn bars and all Dec outbnlldmn Ftnte and taiIIJlegslnplund- iA repair Wall watered 1rI naoo No StIse idea or land to Ford coast1 Ku six mna tram nllroad and Sl miles from Arksraw era 8evenyaerseefland It river bottom Ii Ont ew lied sod le grin Thls teed la for salt ornchanroNo81 Afarmoftoaacrn la Uocoln county Three good dwalllB S goad barnt aid other out buildings Neb house barn tie stout tbo ccaUr of 100 acre All on county road H tnlla from church school and Lays well and well watered Tbli It a tool tobacco arm and would suit two or Ibrr ftmlllea that might want to come from tba urn nelfhborhood Irlc rtuonabl No O9Two story tram dwelling of alx room two halls veranda le wall at door and all otbvr oooMtary outbuilding Alto large blacksmith sbopiaxrisndahedr length ofsbop fed 10 verytowNo 0A farm ol 122 acres four DIll rolllllun font on tart plks In the watered ieoe 0 1 dwelling fronts ellall neonurv outbutlt Inn A splendid blue gnus farm sod only 20 minutes drive from county seat Owner of spa farm adjoining this baa rurally refused tU Mr airs UlaslW750 No U Hfty acre Deer Pleasant Point Xy Frame house S rooms and porch tiara and other outbuildings Sscree In eultlraUon ret In tim ber Well watered SOU yards from poetoma ecbool and church lays well on pike and In gout com 1rlcaKsXX No 1house ant lot In 8Unfordflteroomthall porch In the rear good girdeD good neighborhood elOM to churcbea and lot small fam ily Price imNo 3 House and lot In Stanford House con ales are room Uood stable and 8 teem of land well fenced One of prettiest building lota In town room enough In front for two other cottage pr a 2 tory front be built to the cottage and lx made a beautiful borne Will be sold cheap u the owner must have money No11lwelllngofalz room hall and porch neeceaaari outbuildings and garen Also large two itory etore room Mi foot lower mote with counters shelves etc Water Indwelling and storeroom airs cistern and well on place Small lot Ilulldingslagaaaid tioreorr so or will rent or sell I4rantelY- No l3230 sere farm y oil of Crab Orchard Ky Prick dwellingS room two tenant house two barm Dear dwelling Finn In bleh Ita ol cultivation ISO acres river bottom land good fencing fruit etc Price 13750 tn sera NoOTwoitory aura room frame dwelling veranda etc One story toreroom 20xGO two blacksmith shops tenant house itabl crib and- warehouse Every building new and fencing In one shape All of the property la In HuilonTllle Ky end ws will sell It aa a whole or sell each place separately Well at each stable and cistern at house For addiesi the abort named see rotary No 72 A splendid tock of goods for Thli Ii the best ad and the nicest amt most carefully selected stock of geode In Central Ken lucky A splendid trade In Unroln and adjolnleg counties We will sell the for coat and carriage and Itollnt togo In builnss you cannot Slid a nicer etoektotter place or letter trade In this particular line outside of the titles Imrrovd j6a ties ot tend on Jamestown rod south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about TJ acres In timber and rest In gross A large new fume dwell Ins also an old dwelllse on plus A new bam and two old ones Is well watered ant the fencing If good On public road Price Iijooo storydxroomworks in kitchen sad family room Uooa barn Roberts and daughter Lettle are attending the St Louts fair Miss Tbeo Hemphlllls visiting In Winchester Tho Misses Ualr of Nlcholasvtlle are guests of their sister Aire Clell John ston Miss Wlllto Belle Burnsldo hit returned from a visit to Cincinnati and Monticello friends Miss Cotton of Danville and Miss Jennie Burnsldo of Bryanlsvllle aro guests of Miss Lena I RlgnoyEntries for the Kentucky State Tournament to be held hero Juno 2224cIos ed Saturday night with about 150 con testants from all parts of the State Athletics will be of the best class the ball games between the different teams will be fast and exciting for the State championship The other contests wiltr bo among Kentuckys bet singers tal ented musicians and gifted orators The Athlollo Association has arranged with Saxton to bring his brass band and orchestra to furnish music for the occasion A program and list of entries will appear soo- nThrown From A wagon Mr George K Babcock was thrown from Ills wagon and severely bruised Ho applied Chamberlains Pain lislm freely and ssys It Is the best liniment lie ever used Mr Babcock la a well known tits Zen of North Plain Conn There Is noth ing equal to 1aln Ililm for sprains and bruises It will died a cure in onethird the time required by any other treatment For sale by W N Craig sad all DryMllwlMltttt IMe wall fear I I aid In good repair Iloewleeast 5455 end la UIboleTwoHerypaibalWIogt In good r palr Hrttodld tobami eIJlAwsnleglalelteodlbke we land1tVurJ r reataa FlnrotstemlSf ItIIIft Irass IIlIeIilsn lte MOiy n i iwra S good rrlurdi 11 net hesti br Two Tall fotugn ged Urn aid xitUIUlngs wsU 111tIt meneyNoawra near WiTCMbgrr haNogaschoolsadwgood Kyagood bore and baaaMIWIBp Hsly acre In 1 alUfailon U sera la alrter tree err Isy wen so aeely sad to tbsrobee wheel eU frit olr 560rOreeI1pNElrtot aim of lead std tvotfctfy trans 4 hM to Prackt Me K Has all MceiMry out tolUMtt Iwawa All MUtars and fntot Mi goal rtftlr oaf Is a deetoafe IMMS ptvs IN MTer and nehatf acres of sand Mrs two stery seven teem liana dHefcr Store room eo Drrarwa40 foetaeiafleaWeNhMMMky ifa MaiitM warsLarge stock aAlipti 1 argate Mo40farmoflttacm oear Ilnxtbad Nke aD1acWtproprtyNo 4Twoatory frame dwelling 7 rooms halt 10rooNo Mrm of ISO acre ellualM bear King vine ky 80 sue ID cultivation w IB nmlwrst outbulldiepxoalrepelrlrallogampentlve schoolpa to5lcandC depot Properly hmon dMlnblbrmlet n 400 or la perwla of not Ire lhaa w aem tolultpuRbaaer This Is certainly cheap proparty inSuafordKyRiterwoaable r IspdInumloarawberdNNo 31556 sereeof laud in JtockJ for saleor nehol Iii all necessary well watered 4e Will seta st a No Twetekilroedi her ll Usra atdrr i O ntral KeBtiwky hang J Tlue tb Improrel1lnuI Na M Ninety aim of land K rcondilloo In onefourth Ultlbcr dwelinj nerer tiling tprlg lrhw ffloft JtcKlnneyeatermsNo flIs atm of good ladd six rooms two IIlbm wheel and churches Tkls Is a dmrsbl home Irlc reasonable Na275roomframe ro111gand one acre o houwde1 rlco 9 100 No 70Tn acre of land two story front tOt goodgarden e 1IOOd two slsblel buggy house emote houoe lie 011lbural power whlrh II a greet economy and the dam lowagureorleaaeit dwellingfour IIlIeldUwa than half mile Irom turcplk We Oder this place for only f30 per acre uraadultblpapered and painted 4 rooms and veranda each Acarp on same lot used aa livery stable IIIeJmoneylbprletormonth On account of his wife only cachingfor s No CItIO aera near Jumbo 200 acres In cultl ration rest In timber Six dwellings on place Are stockbarnendSooreasonableagureaNo TLA nlco lour room cottage water IB goofgardenlandlocatedNo 76 Home and lot In Danttown house has t thinggoodII S