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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ff SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 10 1904 8 A M NO 30 1No Hasty Marriages In Salva tion Army No lovo at first light goes In the SalI nation Army Neither du lllrutlooe If you happen to bo engaged to agirl nod break the engagement then you lose your Job with tbo army y A treat many people think tbeSalva tlon Army has no jobs that they would want but ai a mallei of tact tbo army hat poiltloni which are Oiled by ottl Core and which pay large salaries The plan ol regulation It ilmllar to tbo plan of lervlco used In the United States army nod ofllceri are paid according to their rank The money with which Ittopay those In authority It not gather within the rank of the army but 8 by donations from publtc iplrlted people All officers of the army are reiponil bio to their luperlort for everything they do even to their private affairs If an otllcer want to marry a young woman be must first Ret the content of the higher authorities who require him to be engaged to the girl at least one year attar bo has notified thorn of his Inttntloni It ho breaks hit en I ragement he loiet hit petition and no moro permission to become engaged It over given him When a man stands examination to become an oaloeror to be advanced In f ofllce ho It asked three very personal questions which be must answer truth fuUytlAre you married Are you engaged Aro you courting If he It an oflloej ho mutt promise that hit wife will become an oflcer If ap k pointed and serve without compania j Lion save that which her htjbacd earns If bo It engaged ho mutt give evidence it that his Intended It a faithful member of the army If the It not then his ap I plication It thrown out If be It court lug then he mutt tend his affianced to a training tobool to prepare for talva Lion work Toll oontumet months and after that both mutt promise not toI wed until the expiration ot one year The most remarkable thing about their marriage oeremony It that not a tingle divorce has been granted any of the thousands In their rank whore the marriage ceremony was performed according to the order of their ritual j There It nothing peculiar about their ti form of oeremoay extent tbat they promise to place the work of the army above the affection they bear to each When H divorced man or wo 1otherr comet Into the army be or the mutt promise not to marry until the otber party to the divorcement It dead I HUBBLE R M Johnson shipped a oar load of mineral from bit mine here thlr week 1 for which he received IS per ton de livered on the car at Lancaster lie intends shipping several carload each week from now on Luther Weaver told a pair of mules to Josh Jones for 1275 Sweeney Mor tan bought tome bogs of John Robin tx ton and other parties here at to D N Prewltt received a lot of lambs here last week at 6 and life Mr James Robinson It flitting his ton lu Chattanooga Dock Weaver of State College was the guest of hit brother Luther Weaver ot this place Carmle Hubble hat gone to Mound Val ley Kat having found a location ills wlfo left Friday Jamet Sutton and family ot Marktbury were gucttt of J W Anderson Sunday Mesdames Lee and John Rankin are visiting rel IIUVetat Somerset Mrs Tom Rankin 1lef Saturday for a visit to her mother In Pulaikl county Mrs J A Hamt mood and daughter are visiting relatives In Casey and Russell counties To Tho Voters of tho Fifth Ap pellato Court District of Kontuoky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic r party As circuit Judge It became my 4 duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become apart of thoStatot IIblltoryand at a most critical time As Judge of the State fiscal court It fell to I my lot to construe the Statutes adopted f to put In force the provisions of tbo now constitution at well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose aa to Its proper construction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened tho dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under tho law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances I Is left to you to determine I wilt bo very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and ofllco to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL I Reporter Havo you over hold coy pabllo ofllcoV Citizen being Interviewed Well I was a pallbearer at a funeral once SomervlUo Mass Journal I MATRIMONIAL Tom Sharkoy tho pugilist was mar sled to New York to a trained nurse who attended him during a resent III ness Miss Lena Qrlftln well known hero was married at Grafton W Va lat week to Mr Claude MoOee of Qalleck tbat State Mitt Grille bad been teach tag at Grafton Miss Jennie Wallace daughter of d T Wallace of Garrard was married to- Ur Calvin Ureor Todd of Del too SI C the nuptials being consummated at the pretty country homo of tbo brldo parents Miss Virginia Thompson ofI Versatile served as maid of honor and Ed Walker as attendant Prof Charles W Dell and Mitt Myrtle Brliton both of Harrodtburg were married by Dr E L Powell ar hit residence In Loultvlllo Prof Hell It one of the mot successful edu caters In Kentucky He has been principal of the Harrodtburg Graded School for 15 years and It also a lawyer of ability and niucceitful business man The marriage of Miss Willis Cecil Nleld and Sberley Everton Johnson Will very quietly solemnized at The Grays the homo of Mr and Mrs Charles Nleld tbo brides parents at Wilton It was to have been a large home wedding in Louisville but on ac count of the serious illness of the brides brother Charles the Invitations were withdrawn Courier Journal The following clipped from a MlY vllle paper The proipsoitvo brIde li well known here having frequently visited her relative Mrs W A Trlb ble Rev und Mrs W W Hall an nounce the engagement of their daugh ter Mary Orear to Mr Daniel Hamp den Hreek Too wedding will be solemnized tome time In June Mr Dreck resides at Richmond and It a proml nent member of the Madison county bar Mitt Hall It an aconmpllihed young lady whose many obrlitlaa grac et command for her the lovo and ad miration of her largo olrole of frleod Mitt Lillian Carpenter the pretty popular and petite daughter of Mr and Mrs John Steele Carpenter otbe West Bed of this county was married In Loultrllle Monday to Mr Thomas D Gallic a prominent young businessman of Tampa Fla The happy couple remained In Loulivlllo until yesterday and then went to St Louis to spend several week at the Worlds Fair They will arrive In Tampa about the Xih and will go at once to housekeep log In a beautiful home which Mr Gallic hat made ready for bit charm log brldo Mrs Gallic It a niece of Mrs Col T P Hill of this place and has frequently visited her She It wet known by our young people and It ex ceedingly popular with them The INTERIOR JOtUNAL joint the hottt of Irloodtof Mr and Mn Gallle In with log them all the happiness that can come to a well and happily ratted pair A beautiful home wedding was that at Mr Richard Blbbt Wednesday when hit youngest daughter Miss Mary Guerrant Bibb was united In mar riage to Mr Hen O Ransom of Nash vlllo Rev W K Simpson of Fay ette Ala performed the ceremony and there were no attendants Mist Manov Ware played tbo wedding march and during tbo ceremony Tbo house was beautifully decorated with ferns dais let and carnations and tho couplo stood under a huge bell of flowers when they took the solemn vows that made them husband and wlfo The brIde who Is one of Lincoln county most charming young women wore a travol log dress of champagne pongee She WAS an exceedingly pretty brldo Mr Ransom Is connected with the L k N In Nathvllle and Is a floe business man We congratulate him on the treasure be hat won The bridal oouple took tho train hero for Nashville Do IT To DAT The timeworn in junction Never put off ell tomorrow what you cab do to day Is now gener ally presented in this Do It today That Is tbo terse advice wo want to give you about that hacking cough or demor allzlng cold with which you have been struggling for severa days prl ups weeds Take some reliable remedy for It roDATand let tnat remedy be Dr Boscheea German Syrup which has been in use for over thirty five years A few doses of It will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and Its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter bow deepseated your cough even If dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely ef feet a curoas It has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases ot lung trouble New trial bottles 25c reg ular size 75o At all druggists Two pitched battles between union minors and soldiers were fought In the Cripple Creole mining region At one miner was killed and 14 prisoners were taken In a tight near Victor seven miners wero captured rsI The death of a bride at La Crosso WIs was caused by a charivari and serenade by enthusiastic friends NEWS NOTES Five hundred representative brower are convened at St Louis Pulmonary diseases have reached the highest figure on record In New York Mrs Sallie Branson dropped dead whllo at work on her sewing machine atFrankfortA and Rio Grande passenger train was hold up by two robbers near Palisade Col J D Atbcraft a Mormon bhbopwa accidentally killed while blasting rook In Now Mexico Operations have been returned at eight Idle Pennsylvania coal miner giving work to 600 men Fire at Audenreld Pa destroyed a breaker valued at 109000 and threw 800 men and boys out of employment The members of the Cairo base ball team are on trial at Hendenon charged with playing ball on Sunday The militia nat boon withdrawn from Hanging Rock 0 and halt a dozen special deputies have been placed on dutyJ E Marcell whowrecked the Highland Dank of Loavenworth Kas has been sentenced to 35 years Imprison ment Louis Etsol of Butler PA war cor respondent of a London newspaper was killed by Chinese soldiers United States Consul General Miller Itlnvettl gating The plant of the Indianapolis Jour nal one ot the oldest newspapers In Indiana I hat been purchased by George F MoCulIucb proprietor of the Star The merged paper will be known as the Star and Journal Mayor Smith ol Bedford Ind has made public a letter received by him signed by John Brown mailed at Law ronoeburg IIIIn which the writer says be was one of two nun responsible I for the murder of Sarah Sobaefer Ho says they aimed to kidnap her but she fought to bard they killed her la a general row at Joppa church near Brownsville John C Smith lilted M was struotc with an ar by James Gentry aged 17 Smiths skull was crushed to the length of five Inches The Gentry and Smith boys woo en gaged In a fight when John G Smith appeared as peacemaker Smith will dlo and the sheriff and a posse are bunt Ing for Gentry Twelve men were killed and seven others wero Injured by the explosion of an Infernal machine under the railroad station platform at Independence Col Toe kllltd and Injured with the ex ception of two men wero nonunion miners who were members of a party of 25 awaiting a train to take them home A riot broke out at Victor while a matt meeting was being held to discuss the tragedy at Independence One man was killed and six others were wounded Later a company of toldleri wat fired on from Union Jail The soldiers entered the building and shot union men The miners surrendered after their supply of ammunition war exhausted KINGSVILLE Your correspondent will return 10 Lexington today The Maccabee supper promises to be quite an event hit to be given Saturday evening June 11 An effort Is being made by the mom bera of the Presbyterian church hen to have a regular preacher to preset one Sunday In every month J O Reynolds of Stanford was guest of relatives here W L McCar ty went to Jolllco Monday Mr Hodges has returned from Lexington Miss Annie McKee and little Mist Lydia McKee will go to Cynthlana to visit relatives Miss Molllo Walter has been the guest of her brother here Miss Lulu Thompson of Wood stock Is the guest of Mrs Dr O M Thompson John Howe went to Som ereet Saturday evening to see a pretty girl Manfred Chevolette of the C S spent a few days at his home hero The body qt Waco Waters who was killed by the train on which ho WAS fireman was brought here from Lud low on No 3 this morning and will be burled this afternoon at the family burying ground Claude M Pennybakcr of Somerset and Mack Williams of Oakdale Tenn came to attend the funeral of Waco Waters A great deal of sympathy It felt for tbo bereaved mother tlttcr aod brothers Worst of all Experiences Can anything bo worse than to feel that every minute will be your lost Such was the experience of Mrs S II New son Decatur Ala For three years she writes I endured insufferable pain from Indigestion stomach nod bowel trouble Death seemed Inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I wai Induced to try Electric Bitters and the re suit WM miraculous I Improved at once andnoW Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel trou bias Electric Bitters Is the only medicine Only SOc Its guaranteed by Penny Druggist The above Is a good likeness of Jur ga W R Carton who for the vast 21yers has served as judge of the Stanford po lice court and on account of ill health has been forced to resign He Is one of our oldest citizens and has made Stanford a good judge The city council at Its last meeting bad tbo following spread on its record i bookIn accepting the resignation of W R Carson as judge of the Stanford po lice court the council desires to express Its regret that the condition of his health is such as to require this step on his put and to tender to him Its sincere thanks for the faithful man ner In which he has performed the duties of his office and to assure him of Its appreciation of him as anofficer and a citizen The judge will spend the summer In Fayette with his daughter Mrs S P Stagg LANCASTER At the time draws near Interest In the Tournament Increases All the events bavo been filled and closed and only a few details remain to bo completed to have everything readiness for the occasion Six crack bate ball teams have entered Richmond Harrodaburg Mt Sterling Willlamtburg Lancat tor and Lexington Mra Robert McRoberts and daugh tar Mlti Little have returned from a visit to St Louie Misses Cotton bavo returned to their homo In Danville af ter a visit to Miss Lena Rlgney Mist Oxzle Young and brother Frank are the guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs Wm Anderson Miss Theo Hemphlll back from a visit to Duo villa and Winchester Miss Bessie Man tis of Stanford Is the guest of Mist Becsle Lear Mrs Ed Gaines and Mist Annie Royston left Thursday for St Louis to attend the fair Miss Mary Gilt and Mn Kirby attended commencement exorcises at Glendale Misses Mary and Martha GUI being on the roll ol graduates Waller Hudton and Louie GUI have returned from Ceo tral University Mr Hudson will leave Juno 17 for St Louis wbere he has ac cepted a position on the fair grounds Willie Fox Logan Is at homo Iron State College Triumphs of Modern Surgery Wonderful things are done for the hu man body by surgery Organs are taken out and scraped and polished and pu I back or they may bo moved entirely bones are spliced pipes take the place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic dress aIngs aro applied to wounds brule burcs and like injuries before Infiamm- lion sets In which causes theta to ha without maturation and in onethird tbo time required by the old treatment Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It fs an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal 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 lb inconvenience and suffering which auc injuries entail For sale by W N Craig I Co In George Washingtons place e said the kindly old gentleman would you have confessed to cutting down tho cherry tree That would depend replied beI modern youth on whether I Will caught with the hatchet In my posses sion aa George seems to bavo been caught According to tome of the pic tures of the Incident I dont see bow bo had any chance of denying ltChic- ago Post Girl with the Gibson Girl Neck So you ore engaged to Jack You told me once that If bo ever asked you to marry I him your answer would be a word of two letters Girl with the Julia Marlowe Dimple exhibiting a becoming blushI an swered him In German A writ of habeas corpus for the re lease of Mrs Nan Patterson who Is held In connection with the killing of Bookmaker Caesar Young was denied la New York l HANDKERCHIEF BARGAIN We bought fiftythree dozens fine Linen Hand kerchiefs at a low price because they are small lots and will give you the benefit by selling j them at i 10 CENTS EACHI None worth less than 25c and some more this is an unusual chance to get handkerchiefd cheap Come soon and have the first pick T o mILLER Danville Ky THE GLOBE VEHICLES I srassess Ifyou need a New Turnout this Spring some thing service able in the way o- fPhaetons Runabouts Buck boards Buggies Carriages or Carts both Steel or Rubber Tire See our Stock You cant beat us in either price style or quality Our Buggy HARNESS is as good as you can buy for the money Big stock on hand Come and see us HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Some Hoss Seijse 1 Reasons why a tin root not a sheet iron is the best roofmade 1st It will last three times as long as tho best shingle and will cost veryplittle 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 n cheap roof See S II Aldridge the tinner and plumber that docs the work Phone No 11G S H ALDRIDGEDepot Street Stanford Ky i 300aSquare Feet two coats to the gallon thats wha- tTHESHERWINWlLUAMS PAINT will cover And on a good surface it will cover more than that wellhMaximum 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 sway We sell paints for all kinds of good painting t SOLD BY CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky GO TO W B McRoberts FOR II LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED DRUGGISTSTANFORD ril flGARDEN WALL PAPER READY MIXED PAINTj i HJJ INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON HARVEY HELM Ot Stanford Is a candkUU for Congress In this the Eighth district subject to the action of the demo crack patty i HON D L MOORE- of Muter county Is acndlditeter tin renln the Elthth district to succeed non G Gtert sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Your support Is tameitty solicited Q Q GILBERT- Of Shelby Is a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the democratic pitty R C WARREN Is a candidate for Judgt of the Lincoln county court subject to tht action ot the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND SR- I a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject Ithe action of tht democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD Is a canaldatt tot Sheriff of Lincoln county subject It ttt action of the democratic party i T JEFF HILL SR- I a candidate for Sheila of Lincoln county subject 10 ttt action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to taactIon of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject It Bit action of tht democratic panyIDINK FARMER la a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject toI ttt action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYSIli a canJIiat for Jailer subject to the action of the Itaocratlc party W I HERRINIIs a canaljatt tot Jailer subject to the action of the ttaiocratlc partyMEREDITH E PRUITTI la a candidate for Superintendent ot Public Schools tf Uncoln County subject to the of tht demo sane partyIMISS KATE BOGLEI It a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo cratic party JAMES D ANDERSON- Is a candidate for Assessor of Llnc4n county sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate let Assessor of Uncetn county sal ject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of LlnctJn county sub ject to the action of the democratic party W A CARSON Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Jectto the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to tbe action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a cinJIiite for the nomination for State Senator In thli district subject to the action of the democratic party BON HARVEY HELM the next Con gressman from thla district spent a portion of yesterday bere In answer to our query now are you getting on in your race he answered I could not wish matters In better shape I am absolutely certain of carrying Rockcas tie Madleon and Oarrard I have a show to carry Boyle and hayo lots of Mends In Jessamine who claim that county for me Mr Helm IB letting no grass grow under hla feet and If he does sot wtn his race It cannot be charged to his failure to present his cause to the voters He makes a good Impression wherever ho goes the boys In the trenches are for him because they know of his good work for his party and the people generally are for him because they believe in rotation in office and In giving the young man a show Mr Gilbert has bad three terms abundant time to get much honor and no little emolument out of the office Mr Moore doesnt need the office nor does the office need him Mr Helm bas the ability the energy and the fitness and la in every way deserv ing of the honor He la the man to nominate and If the democrats of this district use the good judgment they should and which we believe they will he will be nominated on the first ballot GOY BECKIIAM and his friends won an overwhelming victory at the State convention In Louisville They organ I ized eight of the 11 district conventions and are in absolute control of the party organization Gov Beckham was elec ted chairman of the convention over Judge Prank Peak by a vote of 817 to 322 Judge Peak having been selected by the antiadministration leaders af 4 ter the withdrawal of Ben Johnson Judge Lewis McQuown was made chairman of the State Central and Ex ecutive Committees Gay Beckham Senators Blackburn and McCreary and i Congressman Ollla James wore chosen delegates from the State atlargo The committee on resolutions voted down a i Ii motion to report a resolution Instruct lOll for Parker Mr Bryan lImeD cloned In the preamble to the resolu clone to satisfy a minority of the committee who threatened otherwise to present a minority report favoring the Kansas City platform The delegation to the national convention Is requires to vote as a unit hut Roes unlnstructed HUSTONVILLE Cowan McCormack shipped four cars containing about 1000 firstclass lambs East this week- J P Harper of Salsburj N C bought 15 good harness horses In this vicinity at from 8150 to 1250 He shipped them Tuesday The lathing of C W Adams drug and grocery house Is completed and the contract for plastering is let to George Haynes who will complete it the com ing week The condition ot Miss Fannie Powell is still serious although she is taking small quantities of liquid food Mrs W B Wright Is convalesnlog and her friends and relatives are much encour aged by her Improved condition C T Bnhon has returned from a two weeks tour In Mississippi prospecting He has bought a large stable at Canton Mite and will stock It In time for tbeI fall and winter trade He reports Ya zoo City completely In aabea but preparing to rebuild F M Sims proprietor of Olympian Springs near Mt Salem Informs UII that crowds come dally from this aDdI adjoining counties to partako of theI life giving waters of his springs With- In the next week he will have AS many as 10 rooms ready for rent and will add 0 this number during the season The State geologist shows an exceedingly lee combination of minerals In the waters of these springs and we bespeak for them a successful season We have an enterprising and gressive people generous to a faultI Our business men are gentlemen of years of experience and success has at tended their efforts and when calamity stalks abroad and sweeps away with UDI erring certainty the savings of years patient toll they rise pboealxllke aDdI brushing aside the Impeding begin the work of rebuilding and 10I such a substantial manner as to com nand the admiration of the world POLITICAL Attorney General Knox will succeed M S Quay in the Senate The Hawaiian Democratic Conven ton instructed Its delegates for Hearst A quiet boom has been launched in Washington for John R McLean of Ohio and Washington City for vice president The republicans are said to be using treasury department clerks to prepare campaign material at a coat of 120000 to the government Dominic J Murphy Commissioner of Pensions under Cleveland waa elected by the Panama Canal Commissioners as secretary of that body Ernest Pillow former Speaker ot the Tennessee Senate and United States District Attorney under President Cleveland died at Nashville The Democrats of Colorado In Slate Convention at Denver voted down a resolution to Instruct for W R Hearst and decided to send an unlnstructed delegation to the National Convention A call has been Issued for a meeting of the anti Parker Democrats In New York City on June 18 to send a dele gation to St Louis to protest against the nomination of Judge Parker for resident The Delaware democratic convention at Dover Instructed its delegates to vote for Judge George Gray for the presidential nomination The instruc ion was given after a bitter fight and against Judge Grays expressed wishes Here and There James Klnnalrd a prominent Dan iilia merchant Is dead Wallace Dean of Mercer was killed by falling down an elevator shaft Morris Flake an a jtor snot and killed bis wife at Natlsburg N J Martial law has been proclaimed in the Cripple Creek district of Colorado Rev John A Pope a Negro preacher of Frankfort was sent to jail at Lexington for being drunk A Boonevllle dispatch says The feet of Orville Smith 12 years old were caught in a plow chain and the body dragged till his neck was broken Five masked men held up a Denver and Rio Grande passenger train near Glen wood Springs Col and dynamited the express safe They secured one package of specie and fled Sued by His Doctor A doctor here hlued me for 81200 which I claimed was excessive for a case of cholera motbus says R White of CoachelU CalIIAt the trial ho praised his medical skill and medicine 1 asked him ii It was not Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he used aa I had good reason to believe it was and he would not say under oath that it was not No doctor could use a bettor remedy than this In a case of cholera morbua it never fails Sold by W N ralgREMOVALDr R A Jones has removed his dental office to the parlor of Myera House directly across the the from his old otilceR IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Joseph Wethlngton died atClements vllle of typhoid fever Piled 68ISarah Greor who shot Williams In a fit of jealousy at MidI dlesboro was given two years In penitentiary Sim Demaree a fArmer of Jessamine IIIIIvelState College Paul Bond Collins of Frankfort won the Annual June Oratorical Contest between the Delnologlan end Chamberlain Literary Societies held Second Presbyterian Church Mr Collins represented DaDv1lleI Delnologlan Society nod his was Radiant Energy William E Prewltt County Judge of Boyle county died after a lingering illness He was In his 80th year andI bad served the county of Boyle InI some capacity for the past 52 years This was his third term as County Judge The large columns In front ofI the courthouse were draped out ofI respect to his memory One of the most Interesting innova tions ever established for the purpose ot checking the spread of contagious diseases Is that just put In vogue by DrI VanArsdntl the health officer of Jes samine county An official Investiga Lion disclosed the fact that five or six Imallpox cases existed at High Bridge mod the doctor required the patients to embark upon a house boat which moves and down the river and which has been comfortably apportioned and fur nished for the reception of patients By this method all the patients are kept Isolated from the rest of the com munlty WAYNESBURG Mrs Johnatban Singleton is quite sick J T J W M Goocb bought a lot of ties of George Gastlneau In the Bee Lick vicinity Mrs Lucy Reynolds Is visiting rela tives near Stanford John Adams and wife ot MIddloburg are visiting rela tives here H H Singleton was at Mayvrood and Crab Orchard George Ellison Is very 111 with erysipelas Mr Lucinda Plt nan has been visiting relatives at Science Hill Mrs Lydia Wbylond has given up her music class here Mid Caldwell was at home from Stearns Os and Oscar Reynolds with their fam lies were visiting relatives at Bu banks Mrs J M Bubble has been quite sick but Is better now Misses Ora Williams sod Della Adams are vii Ling In Danville Dr L G Singleton has gone to Burnslde to practice his profession Charles Wlncber aDd ram ily left Wednesday for Texarkana where they expect to reside They have the best wishes of many friends who are sorry to see them go Mrs Joe Phelps has lost her mnld That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you If you UledI Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood acct build up your health Only 25 cents money back If not cured Sold by lvnny Druggist Contral Kentucky Real Estate Excise TITLE CO Stanford Ky couotyKytodate In every particular and good dwell ing with Improvement and SO acres of floe land close to Southern railroad Price 10 000No 76GO aern of land near Junction Cltveut la teteo Heidi Y urea In cultlraltun In gras a des young orchard and ose of te heat gripe bar bun In Kentucky Ihrty void 2500 pound of goodaueroom frame direllln good barn crib etc all In good repair Prtcei Pl60 325 acres In Allen county Ky On railroad and pIke about 60 acre cultivated about 123 In timber and grass and about 150 la gross Timber on place li cut to 18 blngIethe place twice over A large part it fenced There aro tour dwelling of 4 rooms each and one store of twostorle with rooms above has well and springs of water la In 2 mile of county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc fur 82200 Onehalf ash MtsslnlpplIsereopportunities for profitable Investment as the Missis- siPPI which Is now fitly described as Pros monvaluWe fIStdlmlnlsblng timber ral purposes It will produce a bale of cotton to the acre or will grow any other kind of crop raised In andSvesand Umber lands at present prices Is making an In dbISedacretoare authorised by Ihe company who owns these lands to state that as other parties are considering the purchase of these lands that we otter these tracts sub ejheyI I I for the purchaser to make an Investigation About I 11000 acres of ths land has been soU by the Com 1 parIcubrscountyypowertbetodate rullor mill with burrs for corn und neat bolt The engine is of 7 years run 14 withbecashlagTltleCoBtanllrd o II Notice of Election j Regular Term Lincoln County Court held held May 9 1904 lion James PIBailey judge presiding- In the matter of tho for a KIIheld on the nth day of April 1904 a pe tltlon signed by Chas Wheeler C W Adams J P Goode Geo D Weather ford J G Weatherford V D Morse T L Carpenter W M Myers Jas Frye S D Yowell J A Blain J K Baughman Edward Alcorn and W R I Williams was filed in court before counltyas follows towit Beginning at and Includ ing the residence of J C Neal and all of his farm running from East line of same to tulle post In on the C S R R near crowing of the Hustonville Danville pike and the Cincinnati Southern R K running along the Past line of the right of way of said HIt at said crossing with saidroad South to the crossing cf the driveway leading o HUM Jones now Mo Cormack house including same thence to the residence of John Murphy Includ ing him thence with the pike to the It R trestle North end in front of Hall An tbatlthencethence to the oW George Carpenter resi dence excluding him thence to William Badgetta residence excluding him thence along North line of Evan Lyon farm to crossing of the Hustonville Liberty pike aft mile from the college schxl building in Hustonville thence to the ren idence of Jane Gastineau including him thence to the crossing ot the Brad fordaville pike on the Casey county line thence to residence of C K McClure including him thence to residence of N One including him thence to rest lance of Mr Ford the W H Wright farm Including him thence to residence of J C Neal the point of beginning And It appearing to the court that all of the said petitioners are legal voters in residents of and taxpayers in the said proposed Graded Common School District in town of Htutonville Ky a town of sixth class of the Huatonvilto Magisterial District No 4 and that the site for the school house towlt Christian College lot in the town of Hustoavitle Lincoln coun ty Ky to certified to be awl is sot M ceediog 2 K wiles from any portion df the booadary of the proposed district and it further appearing that a majority of the trustees in each of the common school districts embraced in whole or In part In said proposed graded common school dis riot of the proposed graded common school district and have endorsed their onset in writing upon the said petition and it further appearing that Garland Singleton of oommoei schools in Lincoln county has consented in the establishment of said proposed district and has endorsed his conseot In writing upon the said petition aa provid ed by law and this day the petitioners appeared in open court and lames P Bailey judge of the court agreed with them that tbe prop Grad ed Common School dtatrkt shall be all follows and which is the same in fact as that described In tbe petition on fIe here in save as to one line which is made nearer to the site of the schoolbouse towit Beginning at and including the resi donee and farm of J C Neal thence running from the East line of same to mile post 124 on the Cincinnati Southern Railway near the crossing of the Haitonvillc k Danville turnpike of said said railway thence running to Petersburg schoolhouse excluding it thence with Baker and Jen nings line to east side of said railway at Bakers East comer thence with the East line of said railway right of way South to the crossing of the driveway leading to Russ loner now McCnrroacks house Including it thence to residence of John including him thence with South Fork Green River Turnpike to North end of trestle on said railway in front of Hall Andersons excluding him thence a straight line to Bennett Cloyd s residence Including that farm thence to residence of George Carpenter occupied by Willis Routen including that farm thence to the old Geo Carpenter residence excluding it thence to Wm Badgetts res idence excluding him thence crossing Ilustonville ColTeys Mill Turnpike with North line of Evan Lyons farm thence from extremity of said North line a straight line to on Ilustonville and Cnter Creek turnpike 2yS miles from College building in Hustonville Kv thence to the farm of James Gastin eau including it thence to the crossing of the Hustonville and Bradfordsvillepike on the Casey county line thence to the farm of C K McClure including it thence to the farm of N I Cone includ ing II thence to Samuel Fords farm in cluding it thence ta the beginning at JC Neals and the court being ad vised It is now ordered and adjudged that M S Baughman be and he is hereby ordered and directed to cause a poll to be opened in the town Of TInstonville Ky and an election to be there held on the 2ist day of June 1904 same being more than JO days the entry of this order to take the servo of the legal white voters in said proposed graded common school district there be levied and collected n anrrial tax of 30 cents on each 8100 of property assessed in said proposed graded district belonging to white voters and corporations and a poll tax ot 91 on each white male inhabi tant over 21 years of age residing in said proposed graded common school district for the purpose of maintaining a graded common school In said proposed graded common school district and for the pur Poe of purchasing or erecting suitable buildings as provided by the common school law The officers of the election will also cause the said legal voters in said proposed graded common school district to vote five persons to be trustees of same provided tax shall be approved by said voters The officers of election make due return of the result of said election at once after is held DVDI Grand Leaders BargainsI IjCS Oxfords kid patent tip sizo 12 12 woro 81 now TCc Patent Leather Oxfords sizo 12 12 woro 150 now OSc Liulica 8150 Patent tip kid Oxfords now 08o Ladies 88 Patent Leather Oxfords now 8108ltlLadies 380 Talent Viol Oxfords now 8220 1 Several Odd Lots Ladies Oxfords 5zon 3 8 12 and 4 worth up to 8280 gu at 79c liens Canvas Shoos the 8180 kind nDw 98o Mon Canvas Oxfords tho 100 kind now 08c- Mens 8380 Tan Shoos go at 8224 Mews 8880 Patent Viol Oxfords go at 8200- Mens 8JGO Patent Vioi Oxftmls go at 8320 A few pairs of those Ladies Dollar Kid Gloves sizes 0 81 only to cloeo e- than out 48c nil color j ICo Lawns Oc a yard 8 l8o Lawns 6c a yard lions boo Underwear now 2lc MOlts 810 Suits now SCflS Mutts 81280 Suits now 8008 tons Straw Irate slightly toiled worth up to 81 go at JOe ucla Ladies Straw Sailors go at IRooaeh OWBIEY I1IOCK WATCH Owl AIlS THE GRAND LEADERM B Le y O Co S B Levy The last resting place of your departed ones by tho erection of a suitable Monument Let It be or exclusive and artistic design the beet material and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Marker and Tablet of Marbloand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky Our Annual Clearance Sale Of Ladies HighGrmlo Shoos is now on 2 to 350 Shoos nil go at 1 por pair while they last Thosa nro n little out of stylo or odds nnd ends but tell high i grade goods Cull and look through tho stock W E Perkins Crab Orchnrdt DIGNITY + DAREiE7 No 1982 Vol 5 A S H R a Combined Stallion Mahogany bay black white only on loft hind foot eight years old 18 3 hand high weighs lioo pound strong hat bone mane and tall back with long craney tapering neck well let high mounted shoulders aiaddle horse head ear on him a model under halter wonderful style In hams a show horse sure When one year old wore all honors In hIs clan wherever shown also tbe blue tie In awttepitake bar ness rIng at same age When a thrcoycar old ho was shown U time and wore 13 blue string has never been defeated tn fancy harness rlnJl hat always been the victor In stallion stake ring M a breeder when shown with three or more of his Rot for sloe style and general conformation and for all purposes He Is a saddle hone with Ore dis tinct calls fast line acting racker good In two walks anti a nice toper very positive In his trot under saddle harness all around action us la required for an upio date sire ot high priced sale howe for saddle or harness lIe Is a aura enough hone graceful styllth and fasts can show eighths In 184 seconds a 3i28 gate with little handling I did this last fall after serving Ot mares last spring Ho Is pomesscd buttwonderful nerveand speed enough to get trotters for track use or gentlemen kIndlydlpOliltlongraceful sue a most breeders In Kentucky Uo types his colt after himself has never sired a sorrel colt The most profitable horse horses for tho farmer aud small breeder to pro 1 duco is the horso which servos tbe widest range of purposes well Ills colts are show colts I otthe highest type blue string winners from the oldest to the PEDHUIEE by Chester Dare IONS H K bo by Dlack Squirrel 68 ho by Black Eaglo 71 he by KIn I Vllllam 67 ho by Washington Denmark HI ho by Galnes Donmukr01 ho by rucohorno Donmiuk F 8 he by Imported Dignitys first lemont by Wolchmont No 0367 A T II It ho by William alt he by Itvsdlcka Hamblolonlan 10 Dignitys second dam by Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Dills Ver I mont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welchmonfa Brut dam Pauline Almont Forest 26G3ITERMS Dignity tiara will make the season of 1001 at my stable Inlluitonvlllo at 120 to Insure a living colt when foaled Mares traded or removed forfeit Insurance nod j money becomes due and must bo paid at time of such transaction Maroa grazed at per month and bills to be paid before removal of mare Grain fed It dellred at 1250I respoDsIble d D 8 OAliPENTBR T Q SLIPPERS Wo place on tile oargnin tnhlo Mon day 38 pair strap slippers tt2 kindat only 08o pair If you need n com furtnhle every day slipper na soft as n kid glovo get n pair of Ihdso Lot of Childrens Slippers nt GOo MI q THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JVXK 10 1001 DrsENliRRRYS Llqud Oreoleurn This powerful disinfectant li Coo Tar Product and Is not poisonous but moro effective than Carbolic Acid and otber similar preparations Rae an agreeable odor leaves no stain and U sate cbeap and convenient to use Huro death to Fleas and cures Mango on Dogs For general use one to tour tea spoonfuls to a pint of water Prlco 25 cts por bottle Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky r wPERSONALS I BORN to the wife of R S Scudaer of McKlnooy a son JAMES 0 BNQLEUAN of Gloverport J It hero with his parents MRS SAM M OWENS spent a week with relatives In Wayne I MR AND MRS A E GoDWiNreturn cd to Nashville yesterday Mns E O WALTON and children Ire with relatives at Hustoovllle MRS ED WILKINSON and children are visiting ber parents In Casey Miss SARA DUNN Is back from Dan vllle where she has been with friends MR AND MRS JAMBS n YEAOKU of Kansas City are with her mother hero Mns J W ALOORN and daughter I Mils Pattle were In Loulsrille several days IMRS LAURA FAULKNER ubaokfrom where she has been vlsltln g relathcIt E SALLEB Is back from Ok satisfied that theres no place like Kentucky MR M P ROUT of Garrard Is at- Martlnivlilolnd Irving to rid him j self of rheumatism MR J M SEWELL wife and son of J Independence Mo are with the faml ly of Mr ET Ponce Miss MARY MCKOIIERTS completed 1acourse In Jadassohns Harmony In Miss Dallous music class Miss KATIE BABTIN of Pltuburg Is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs J D Oastln near Ewell MR J W MOORE and E O Moore of Casey were hero Wednesday with Mr Ed Wilkinson and family MR J n DOOKEK and Jesse Rock rr Jr arrived from Kansas City Tues day and are at Mr J S Rockers MRS R W CRITCHLOW of Nash t t i vllle attended the Ransom Uibb wed ding Sbe Is a sitter of the groom MIss MAttiE MAUONY returned yes terday from Georgetown College where she has spent the last scholastic year Miss BESSIE CARROLL of Coving ton Ga his boon the guest of Mrs Mark Hardln at tho St Asaph Hotel Miss MARY FRANCE of Fleming burg has entered the elocutionary con test hero June 17 and will recite Ole Minis MISS LUOILE COOPER Is back from the D D Danville where she has successfully taught during the school year Just endedI- NVITATIONS have been Issued by the Misses Van Arid ale to a linen shower for Miss Jennie Ponce at their homo this afternoon from 3 to 0 W W HAYS Is now manager at J 111 Beazleys livery stable and U mak leg a good one Arthur Hill In devo ting his entire time to looking after the drummer trade MESSRS ALKRED AND HARRY RIO OINS are back from Danville The former has successfully taught for tho last year while tho latter has just i graduated with honors from Central I University I MR HARRY HIOQINS of this place one of the honor men of Central Uni varsity who was elected a speaker do livered a splcndldoratlon on the sub- jecti SclentlQo Research at the Commencement exercises of the above institution of learning t Miss ANOELINB Conu entertained charmingly Tuesday evening at her home on the Stanford pike In honor of I her visitors Misses Patsy ProwItt of I Lexington Tovls Carpenter and Etta I Belle Cloyd of Stanford and the Miser es Covltrgton of Richmond Advocate MRS JOSEPH BALLOU and Miss El t lea Balloujoavo today for Toledo 0I to remain anti July 1 From there Miss Ballou Will go loSt Louis to attend the Music Teachers National Associa tion nnd will spend tho rest of tho sum mer studying tbe Leschotlzky Method t of Interpretation She will be home however In to take charge of her Sept 5 T LOSE NOT LOSE That is the Question Wo believe the promises of Spring that oho would corns early but we learned to our sorrowdint the was only flirting and now we nro n giltcd lover But wo must mnko the host of it Wo bought heavily in some lines and in order to get rid of the oversupply wo must LOSE We propose to Walk bravely to our fnto and CUT tim PRICES to tho bottom in ors der to move the goods quickly Bargains in every department Many are taking Advantage of this Great SHOE SALE Be One of Them SEVERA1krCE8z SON STANFORDDR CHITON FOWLER is with friends In Madison Miss JEAN DUCIIANAN of Crab Or chard Is with Miss Etslo Burcb JUDGE W R WILLIAMS and Juno H Rocker of Uustonvllle wore here yesterday MR J L CONWAY wife and son Wichita Kansas are visiting the tarn ily of Mr Sam Reid at Hustonvlllo MRS A WARREN Miss Virginia Warren and Ernest Warren of Mid dlesboro are with tbe Misses Warren hero LOCALS GET your teats at once for the Contest A great crowd will bo here TilE Stanford ball team will play the Crab Orchard boy at Crab Orchard this afternoon ALL persons having claims against Ihi estate of Mrs Ermine Padgett do ceased will present same to mo at once property verified G Singleton all ministrator 3t OF course youll berg go to the circus Come and bring the little ones Nothing pleases tho child as well as the circus and Sun Bros have a good one for them MR E H BBAXLBY manager of the Blooutlonary Contest to be given a week from tonight Is having thus of flee get out a 90 page program which will be a daisy NEXT Monday U county court day and the first day of the June term of circuit court It would be a splendid time for you to call at this olllco and square your account ON account of her increasing prac tics at Danville Dr Guialo Phillips has been compelled to cancel ber date bere Her patients bare will go to Danville for their treatment w THE office fixtures some law and lit erary books etc belonging to tbe ci tate of Col W G Welch will be sold at auctlon to morrow Saturday by the administrator Judge M C Saufiey FIRE corn crib near tbe My ers Douse table caught fIre yesterday afternoon but the flames were oxtln gulsbed before much damage was done It Is believed that crap shooter acci dentally sot Ore to the crib r TilE Institute for white teachers will be held at the courthouse In Stanford July 5 to 0 Prof R S Eubanlc Is the Instructor chcwen The colored last tute will be bold June 27 to July I F L Williams of Covlnglon will conduct It J E HENDRICKSON who was sent here from Dell county for safekeeping until the court of appeals decided on his sentence of 10 years for murder was taken to Frankfortyeiterday morn log the higher court having affirmed the decision ALL persons dingcertificate to teach are required bylaw to attend the teachers Institute Penalty for falling to do to is a forfeiture of certificate un lose lawfully excused All persons who contemplate taking an examination for certificate are required to attend tho Institute Garland Singleton tupt JUDGE W II PREWITTS many friends In this county learned of his death with great regret He was a fine old gentleman fair and honorable In his dealings and ho had made Boyle county a splendid officer as county judge Few men bavo boon public servants as long and died with as many friends as Judge Prewttt had Miss TEVIS CARPENFER gave a de lightful luncheon Wednesday compli mentary to her guest Miss Patsy Prew itt Lexington Tho dining room was tastily decorated In pink clover blos sour and peonies over which plnlc can dies cast a mellow light and tho place cards were of dainty clover blossoms done in watercolora It was a pleasing affair COMINGMr J A Quls onberry of Danville Is receipt of the followlrig communication from soutbIernof the next week exactly when wo will bo able to begin work on the Danville extension The matter is progressing favorably and you and the members of the committee need not be apprehen live Some details which wo have been unable to complete up to the present time have delayed the work TO OR TO BUY tbe Model Steel Range of 8 P Gray Stanford THE L N is enclosing Its possess ions around the depot with a substantial wire fence TILE Ladles Bate Team of St Louis will be hero next Wednesday Dont fall to see tbe game Admlsstoi 25o E H BEAZLEY Is the bas a strawber ry raiser In this section Ho shower us n sample the other day that wore almost as large as base balls FOR SALE Cottage offive rooms hall and nice veranda Largo barn etc Place must be sold For partic ulars see L Hughes Stanford TOE Klrksvlllo Fair ers a 8SO stake for the best saddle stallion mare or gelding any age of which 1100 will be reserved for consolation The ring will be shown Friday July 15 IpeaklnOIwho accpomanlod him to Rlohmon Monday says The party was compo ed of as handsome and agrceblo a lots fellow I as was over our pleasure to meet LOST on Stanford between Dan villa and Hanging Forlc dark blue vollt Eton coat lined and trimmed in black silk and brass buttons Liberal reward to finder If returned to Mrs Geo H Farris Stanford or M J Farris Dan ville Ky THE Central Hotel welch was recently opened In this city on a magnificent scale by P Riley and Mrs HaD ole flunks has been closed and Rl ley has left for parts unknown says the Lexington Democrat Mr Burks used to live bere TUB Box flail Alley the popular thing tbat ever truck Stanford Tbe game Is played from early morn- Ing until late at night and then the player do not get enough Mr W P Cravln the gentlemanly manager cer tainly hoe a gold mine here TilE Richmond Register winds up a splendid editorial on Hon Harvey Helm as follow Mr Helm Is an ac tive wide awake young man Mr Gilbert has been weighed In the balance and found wanting There should be no difficulty In choosing between the two Holm Is the man and we are cer lain tbat the democrat of Madison will say to at their precinct conventions on June 25 AT the meeting the b die trlct delegates Louisville lion J S Owsley Jr of Stanford was made chairman and W S Kaltenbacker of Shelby secretary R W Miller of Madison was chosen State Central Committeeman to succeed Jack Chino of Mercer and J Norton Fitch of Jes samine was elected over J Wilkes Morgan of Anderson for State Execu Live CommItteeman Dr M R Ray of Shelby and C W Kavaoaugh of Anderson were made district delegate to the St Louis convention with Sam Cochran of Garrard and W C Mul WIderson as assistant elector Committee on Permanent Organization J Frank Peako of Shelby committee on credentials John W Brown of Rock castle committee on resolutions James B McCreary of Madison vice presi dent John Sam Owsloy of Lincoln SALEn the matter of robe Alexander Spoonamore bankrupt In bankruptcy Tho undersigned rusteo of tbe bankrupt estate John A Spoonamore will on Saturday June 18 1004 at 2 oclock p M at the rest lento of John A Spoonamoro near Hubble and In Lincoln county Ky offer at public auction to the highest bid dcI the following described proper tv viz onehalf Interest In 45 acres of rowing wheat t Interest In 20 acres of rowing rye said crops being on the and of G A Swlnebroad also i Inter tat in 11 acres of growing wheat and i merest In 101 acres of growing rye eald crops being upon tho land of Ed Ceoton also one separator one corn shredder ono drlvfng belt one sow and ilga and ono yearling colt Terms of ale Credit of 60 days with Interest AllIlotes icgotlableand payable at Lincoln Cotta 8jAlcora NINE young ladles have entered the llth Annual Elocutionary Contest to bo held hero Juno CHURCH MATTERS Rev Dr John Gardner Murray has declined to accept the bishopric of tbo Episcopal diocese of Kentucky Thou Shalt be no More Called Ja cobll Rev O M Huejts subject Sun day morning at the Baptist church Rev Collins Denny of Vanderbilt University had been tendered the pres Idency of the University of Virginia Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at McCormick next Sunday at 11 A M Subject The Lords Requirement- Rev J R Ellis of Louisville who received a call to the Daptlst church at Lancaster preached his Initial sermon Sunday Tno Christian church Is asked this year for 1250000 for American Home Missions of this amount the Sunday Schools are asked for 160000 which they will likely give as last year they gave nearly 152000 The Sunday School children of the Christian church observed Children Day last Sunday evening by render log a very Interesting and attractive program of songs recitation etc The ladles who had the training tbe chil dren In charge deserve praise for their faithfulness apd success as well as tbe children who acquitted themselves with credit Rey O M Buoy pastor of the flap tlet Church at Stanford filled the pul pit of the Upper Street Baptist church ycsterda and greatly pleased the good audience which came out to hear him Mr Huey Is one of the most powerful speakers of his denomination He is especially a worker among the young people and is beloved of all in his town Hit sermon yesterday was un usuellv Impressive Mr Hue Is a man If Ono perceptions a vigorous thinker and of quick action possess log a sympathetic nature and a kindly word for all Lexington Democrat Dr J B Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kontucky A S PRICE surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky oeovr tlcBobtru Drug Store In tee OwlrU u1I4- 1DaLUMBER WANTED I I want to buy stave spoke headings lumber loge etc Will pay highest cash price at Moreland D U NEW ILACKSMITH SHOP laving rented the Wm Daughertv black smith snap on west main street I am prepared to all kind of blacksmith wood work I have an experienced work man In charge Work guaranteed Give me a call I will alto kcerOD lined all the time a lot of lumber DAKER WALLS Dr OS Williams DENTIST All work guarantood and roa sonablo Hustonvlllo Kentucky TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carpets matting oil cloth rugs shade lace curtains tacks curtain tale pictures frames screens passe wilt doors glass tables chain sate wardrobes couches dressers waibilandt beds springs mattresses chamber suits water sets lamps chiffon ten folding beds washing machines wring ers wall paper carpet paper trunk telo- seopescarriage house paint curtain stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS LIVERY IN CONNECTION MORElAND KY EVERYBODY NPJTA TAILOR I Having been la tho Tailoring business all my life I feel confident in saying I represent one of tho best tailoring firms tbe country With my experience in taking measures and dlrectons I give your are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons In this lino will bear me out prices aro the same as Inex perienced men who aro In tbe business also a nice lino of fancy cheviot and other suitings I will cut and make If at a moderato Thank IiI 25 lof the prettiest styles of this seasons Skirts in light weights or light colors nt CUT PRICES to close saooithe way through Come let us show you these skirts for the cost of the material r ol A of in R H In of of In f WHEN 1 Its a- Question of- CLOTHING I THINK Smart Sack CUMfllNSMCLARY J HOT WEATHER GOODS Straw Hats Cloth Hats Low Shoes in Tan and Patents Negligee Shirts Lace Hose Crash Suits Serge Coats Mens Wo mens and Childrens white canvas low shoes All new and uptodate H J McROBBRTSStanford TRY ONE OF THESE I Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed For a Clean and Easy Shave you cant afford not to use a CLAUSS RAZOR GEORGE H FARRIS a COlX Stanford Kentucky 1 HAMMOCKS Closely Woven Cotton Hammocks PRICES 5300 225 200 150 100 PENNYS DRUG STORE I Produce Wanted gjtlbenlrtanlordKy SKIRTS t t i StanfordKy w IM- THE CALVERT IfMiss Willie K Rocker tProprietress j r 3641 FinnnypAve Stl LOUrs n IJ Y N4dlUred as- selondclan matter haxssagps eaaaFziaym- i PER YEAR CASH gt trhen sot 0paldeaOO will beohatged KNOXVILLE DIVISION f 2t Train going North 4Iot210 p o IIIII j217 ft 026 If South 1285plll NoUIf L NEW LIVERY STABLE w BOIm J 9D11ror5 JUNCTION CITY KY FirttOlais Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Bpeclal Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Bain J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates OaU ou us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Cost Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale Will sell privately Wilt also sell a 15 repair powerWIIIeellat andbargain to AU close In up business Will take part pay In lumber POWELL A SWBIKBY Stanford Ky iDatl Traylor DBALIR IX t WHISK Brandu Wines Beer GInars Etc l Carpenter Olota to DepotSTANFORD KY eiveto1eromptattention FOR SALEI Ten acres of land a two atory front seven room cottage The house Is new Aplen did garden orchard There Is a Iarlte mill on the place a good crusher power- Is dam Is In good and the natural great economy In running the mill Does a business Is In good repair and has all necessary outbuildings The owners only reason for selling is thrush e of other business as be baa extensive farming Interests to look after This property fa on the ing Fork about l miles from Stanford and can be bought at a sor farther address 80 ThurmaLda1111anE59tanfod Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky AU persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any ono what we have If you to sell place It In our hand Office at Boonei Stable Stanford Ky I R B Mahony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the of the property owners In the- countiesof I ncoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against Kire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Corn i panics represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone 82 Stanfordw Kentucky U1DIG5TIONz sob trouble Tbedfords Black ODdIntors medicine I took In yearMRS SARAH E BUIItPIEU Ellettaville Ind- Thedfords Black Draught quickly invigorates ac stomach and ofindigestion Thedfordssionally you will keep your perfeet THEOFOR- aslAR DRAUGHT More sickness caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only relieves constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All druggists sell 25ccnt packages Blackti bowelsIA M GRANT Sneads Ferry N CO11T1ATI1 4- HAIR BALSAM txiutints tho hair fIVW1h1fPTeI Its Youthful Color Cunt Ijp diMm bur lUlloz adUat DruJU THE Joseph Price Infirmary In open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con saltation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes ilonal bills Sue when services are rendered and must paid promptly BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Specialattention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is toliclted Horses handled on commission Stock Pone In Connection E Dig PeytonDE- ALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J Le Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AUODIAtBMIX FarnltareMatUnzsRul8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a caU Pricea right TANTOBD KENTUCKY J+ c+ McG1M Y UNDERTAKER EMBAL1IIEII And Dealear In SABNESS SADDLZBT kO Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Qustonvllle Ky Has removed to his new and elegantly fitted rooms next door West of th P 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business Melted HUMMER JR Bay stallion 15 34 hands a good indi vidualwith abundant speed Ko is by Hummer 6112 sire of Bouncer 209 arx4 Spalpeen 212x Quickly State SijJt Speedon 2Ugjj 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 Jr1 dam is Zulma by the great Lord Russell dam Go iva by Auditor 773 Will stand at 810 to insure a living co- ltHAPSBURG 509 161 hands high By Gloseter 26 im ported 1St dam Jolly by Wonderful Boy 534 2nd by Preserves 822 First dam by Trinket 5 Imp by County King no 2d dam by Champion of England 566 3d dam by Barnaby 670 4th dam by Grand Turk 138 a pure bred Cleveland lIafSbUrftis 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 speed and action should see this horse Will stand at elo- to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid Jack at elo Mares grazed at 92 per month which in all cases must be paid before theyare removed Care taken to prevent but not responsible should any occur J K BAUOIIMAN Ilustonville 71r LAND STOCK CROPS ETC S H Aldrldgo sold to Good S Co a sorrel gelding for 8135 W Q Pepplca sold to J C Bailey a lo IIFor325 per barrel Joseph Dallou Two Yearling Polled Angus bulls for sale J W Daughman Stanford 2t Lutes S Co will ship today a car load of lambs for which they paid 5 to 5io FOR SALE Three good milk cows All fresh John Steele Carpenter Hut tonvlllesHoffman White L Sons bought a carload of hoes In Casey at 3 to 3Jo and sold them to D O Allen at 3io I will have for silo 25 good Nebraska horses fct the pent at the depot court day next Monday Juno 13 EH Den- ley The rich 115000 Standard Stakes at Graveiend was won by the Keutuck3 bred Maj Dalngerfleld Africander wis second and Hermls third The Kentucky Burley Tobacco Grow ere Association was reorganized at Lexington and will be Incorporated under the laws of Kentucky The government summary of the crop conditions for the past week states that wheat and corn suffered In many sec tions from too much rain and lack of sunshine Wheat harvest lion In the South Cotton has shown Improvement and tobacco look fairly well HOW TO PRONOUNCE HYOMEI Penny tells of this remarkable treatment that cures ca tarrh without stomach dosing While all his customers who have used Hyomel agree that it Is remarkably successful in curing catarrh and other dUcatcs of the air passages eye Mr Penny yet there has been considerable diversity of opinion as to bow the name is pronounced Jlyonel is pronounced just as if it wore spelled hlgho me with the accent on the first syllable A great many como to bis store and instead of asking for Hyomei tell him they want a package of the treatment for catarrh that he is selling dn a guarantee While ho knows what they mean and all of his clerks will give them Hyomel yet he wants every ono to know how to pronounce the name of Hyomei so that they may run no chance of getting any thing but Hyomei no matter where they go tIn is natures true cure for catarrhal troubles It kills the germs of this di sease soothes 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 the treatment ol catarrh unless the nose and throat are free from catarrhal microbes There is no stomach dosing with Hyomei Just breathe it He has so much confidence the val ue of the treatment tbat he Is selling it with the understanding that he will return the money If It falls to cure All INTERr- OR JOURNAL readers know that he does exact y as he agree There Is a man In London who has not slept a wink for a quarter of a con tury and during that time has become completely weaned from the desire When about 45 years old this patient bad an attack of malaria chlllsand took a dose of 62 grains of quinine Since that day ho has never slept for thequl nine produced such a singing sense tion In his oars that sleep has been out of the question The noise changes In character from day to day Sometimes It Is like the roar of a cataract again like the sound of sawing and atanotber time It resembles the hissing of steam from the exhaust of an engine Doc tore have made futile efforts to relieve hime e Chamberlains Stomach and Li 80ver Tablets Better than a Doctors Prescription Mr J W Turner of Trubart Va says that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him more good than anything he could got from the doctor If any physician in this country was able to compound a medicine that would pro duce such gratifying results in cssee of stomach troubles biliousness or constipa lion his whole time would be used in preparing this ono medicine For sale by W N Craig Ob George exclaimed tbe joyful mother as she met him at the door babys got a tooth I am glad you mentioned Itreplled the cautious husband and father Ill bo carefull how I handle hlmDol1t- on Poet- S C Frick has a eel Philadel phia to push the claims of Attorney General Knox for the Senatorial va cancy In Pennsylvania The Liberty bell has arrived at the Worlds Fair grounds and was met by vest throngs of people Including about 50000 school children For sick headache take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale by W N Craig A woman In Kansas has become the I mother of five children in 11 months t of Respect IResolutions ns much as Dr J D Pettus was a charter member of Preaohersvllle Lodge 333 F A M now Dorlok Warner 631 and for a number of years was a faithful member ot same having been called from tbe labors of this world to the eternal re freshment In that bousonotmado with hands TUEUKFORE the Dorlck Warner Lodge deems It titling to offer these resolutions as testimony tohli worth as a brother Mason neighbor and cltlren RESOLVED That we tender Crab Orchard Lodge F A M 030 our sympathy that wo extend to his family and relatives our great sympathy In their bereavement that a copy of these res olutions be sent to the Homo Journal a copy to tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL for publication and a copy spread on our minutes and a copy be furnished to the family Robert F Jordan J F Molts claw W H Miller committee Startling Evidence Fresh testimony In great quantity Is constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Ooosumplton Coughs and Colds to bo unequaled A recent expression from T J McFarlind Bcntorville Va serves as example llo writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited Then I 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 OOc and f They are telling a good one on S young follow who has recently under gone an examination for the street car serviceDo you use whisky as a beverage ho was asked No he answered Innocently is an Intoxicant San Francisco Bulle tin Driven to Desperation Living at an out of the way pUce re mote frotn civilization a family li 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 best on earth 26c at Pennys Drug Store A Norwegian steamer carrying coal was arrested by the Japanese at Nagasaki NOTICE I am handling a lot of horses Have an experienced driver and rider to do the work My charges are lit per month Horses also handled on coramtssto- nI 0 DUNN Ml Salem Ky UMBRELLAS iredalleoovered and made almos- as good as new for a snail amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial PRAXK ATKINS Btanfqrd The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm 83UGABS Proprietor Electric lights In every room Refurnlthed and under entlr New Management Bob the layout porter meets all ualbs large Welllighted Simple Room Jesse W Sweeney momirron Livery Food and Balo StaWo Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up lo date rigs at reasonable rates R A JONES DENTIST Stanford ILy Office In Uyers Home Parlor Phone 01 First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1B5S then reorganised ni the National Hank of Stanford in IKS and again reorganised as the First National Bailc of Stanford In 1888 having bad practlOlIyaD uninter rupted existence 43 years It better supplied now with facilities for transact ing cosiness promptly and well than ever before In lu long honorable career Accounts of individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited It CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO Directors J R Paxton J B Owsley 8 II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter J n Foster L 0 Ooach W II Oummlni nrlgbU w n Shanks Successors to The Dank Trust Company and under same such will prove mutually No 1674 stm ol unltapr TtJ Isnl In Ito county Mo mlle front tUbuls Mailon on Iron Mountain not win Nil 01 tithing IM pror rtjln Uocalneountj- Ko ttasmsrm Slain 8mlln from bun ford feargooJ rooms beck porch sod I terands UooJ barn oibtr bulMInp la good repair Cut la six aalJI will hnod sal terM ta one sea In fruit tnut llouibl at wmtnUsloatrs sals at Uartiln 01Ma be said st barfila Close U schsvl and dunk Print prurn UndsJjvlaisf soUbrfWsaj Its This Is a bargain story Six room deUllIlura sack haw or placers sod CIIp ria sfcMUUwD a small Ian N loss lln lenyeoantyK so Inp Via Crwka lb North fork oe riser Po rTflrsof eoal Ttrjtila tkkkDMe Ism SW kel to six fat lure BTtsM Ie lh awtk- itveenk A within Ibrco IM1d rreron 1 hi llmWr eraiUts ol ksU TlUsptrfrct Will sell or on iruru- sIN 0A nk Iwo alry tikt row fare la HUnlorJ Ilatwobalk cellar l8fftta aonr goalgtNee veil la tHebes ngvo aWn on plan wbkk reel lor tllH walk TbsdveiUnf rots IItr lix reI Sask hMpr wty U la gout repair sod eta hi bslbt let fc169 1 tenant houses hors room brorer pie bad owlkwIMUp all la feolmlr CtoM lo 1to1 enInrstlrooil In food cultivation rest 1D gram and umlvt its nil ts an dMl sa all SDBM oaaisles ate Wilt watered with mm faiilcf prlnp tie urn landwithin IU lulls ot Stanford la root repair Irndoc geed Ttrlaitloi well and rtlIar llooil barn ill imoksbouM Ac Yauoc orchard and noo Tine rd tptendkdplao torah fir lD proJote to from Somerset KycutInsiren Btlila Forty sera In cultlra don 40 acre la paiturr balance In timber Dwell 10 contains wren to0mL Larn Urn and all OK Nagsl50acnaof laneS la Ford must Kaa ill sod Arkansas titer Is river bottom la ontclaai land and In grass nil land II for ate or exchange NoIHA rarlll of 500 aces lo Lincoln oounlr This good dtlllnp I good biroi and otbr out balldlop Neb hour barn eta about the actor of 100 acres All on county road H mil from church school and Lays well and will watsnd This U s good tobacco arm and would suit two or tbr f mlllcs that tnltbt want to toms from the urn nclgbborbood Iric na onaM No 9 Twoatorr frame dwelling of all room two ball Tinnda le w at door and all other BtcniarT outbulldlnn AIM lire blaek mlth ibop WiW ndh Ji length or bop and 10 NolIA farm of 121 scrra four mlla from KUn ford on beat pike In the well watered EIOd itlllhl fronts pike ill anoutbuildings A iplsudld blue graaa farm sad only M minutes drlrs from county peat Owner of Sne- fewsdJolning this baa recently rsfuaed 113 Mr aero Woffr thlut No UFlftr acre near Pleaaant Point Kjr Frame bows 5 rooms and porch Barn and other outbuilding sorts In cultlratlon rat In lim tar Well watered lOll yards row patoma burl and bllnhih7 fSStt well on pike and In COO No l IIouand lot In Stanford BTeroomi hill porch In the rear good Baden nlgbbornoad doss to churches std flood lor small tam ily PrlMlUQ No S House and lot In Stanford Honae ton sins fty e rooms Hood atabl and serf of land well fenced One of prettiest building lots In town room enouah In front fur two other cottages or a 2 story front could be built to the cottage and be made a beautiful home Will be sold cheap aa toe must bate room hill and porch ntcceaaar outbuildings end liNen Ala large two itoryator room 23x60 fet lower room tuppllea with rounUrs iheUrs etc Water In dwelling and storeroom also rUtern and well on place Small lot hick oftore One mllo from Stanford llnlldln lb nd delllnl ore Inlly cost Will ssn both Wr or will rent or sell separately No 11230 are 9t mule of Crab Orchard Ky llrlck 8 roomi two tensntbotut two barns and spring near dwelling Farm In high stall of 160 acre rive bottom land good fencing fruit etc rice 11710 an act- No1STwodory seven room frame dwelling veranda etc One story storo room 20x00 two blickimllhahopa tenant house table crib and Ktrry building new and fcnclug In lie shepe All the property la HuitonTllle it ai a whole or sell eajn place at escbllable and cliieru at house For prlcea sddiesi tbe abore named seo retinr No 72A iplendld stock of good for sale Thl U the heat bus nee sad and nicest and must csrefuily selected stock of good In Central Ken lucky A splendid trade In Unroln and counties sell this for coal and carrlig and rOD want to go In bUilD si you cannot lied a nicer stock better place or better trade In this particular line the titles 62 CIII of land on Jamestown roil south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about 75 acres In Imber and reel In grass A largo new trams dwell leg alto an oU on place A new barn and two old ones watered and the fencing Is good On public road Price f1000 works In kitchen and fsuilly room Oood barn CI Offlours J HOOKER Prett T Ilxiiiim V Ires J J McUOIlKUTB Obr W II WEAIlKNAist Chr IJ V Reid B1 Uarrli J Hocker Stanford K I Tanner MoKIDne M D Klmore Stanford 3 II lUughmsn T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J It IiauKhraan Stanford J U Pettus Stanford Ed Carter Stanfordrt LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Farmers It continuouslyfor YOUR BANK Hoping business rotations beneficial tulUtittoa WllUnlt ulfcvtsrvof Ktelewkjr tscbstge mllMlroia dwelling tultlTatlon warehouse adjoining dwelling DanTllle Stanford Stanford Officers U 8UANKB President J B OW8LKY Cashier w it Asst Oashlsn Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Company Stanford e111M ralheuihwrvId Inttaksndallotbersaeray bNgbtoeo ITIntlJWfio PnmandbulMlnplnspicedid hsseyacmflanl verylow mona- yNoUUwlIlngofiU 511- andStor5OSt11200 Kgandvswillsell ellimprovd IoryIs Directors SOLICIT ACCOUNT nRIOnTi Title Ky No4tMsrMvMilUDj MI510siraolewlandtlmbrlsai 17Hoeeanab- HNa57rNleeltz sad alt necessary outWI 1wltl feared and In good repair HiMalaeaat MC and li muparatit MW sod we only ask f7M ter the who rtIMMFsm 1111 acre la cltaey county Two liMy lAe dwelllsg two loot ether tubeeHadNo n Fsrssofllf urrt la pay at A obidvolllagtnfaltssedsskatwUdlpg O0 eovnlr rood splendid Maera land well watered two writs prill see TnU U a d straw heave File hbqAss L Farr of sans 2Si tusks Inn 8lan oesltlrsitwsaveslaastetsmall mum geed bars sod witwlldlaca wilt Wbought f IIa and rant has seeuv WynelwrgDwU1and b 1Id1a1 4 frudactli Uses 105 land In gwJ eoikUwbood etoeo to school oa cI lOa lrlwKn fOaeu4rI beraoI eill walWIMtags tally am laIetcLays i tetwolet Price onlrMW OnIIareSeIIp tramsbow t kuMksrs It well W4te All tWt4Rge aj IHK PriceIseioywif ky e Barn and Wackohb shop il sr three sewbKWell bowse w ky it ale as spa wee large stock litAlfufukIC9llllIJbargain NIfOIlIjustproperty ballandgoodrcpeJr l r or hal Prim rrsoosbls rIIIotheroutbulflnpgood ebDlebboolon dseltbllatm toullinStandKylrtcoreaaoDlblNo 24 Dwelling of room with 20 acre land oUIJulJdInpIn IllMlDOONoImprnvemnwellNo aa Two storks ol rood lor ads For pat ExchangeNoJ Ninety arm of land near Waynesbun torollnererfilllog spring lda ICto fcRIDDeasytermtwodoryUradhoollark reasonable Nn 74roomtrim rottigeand one set e boutAePrice silo No 10TnntI of lad two story trout cot oodnlellgood two stables buggbout 000h house sic onlbe d1III0 ureorlewll r lourbuitdiegfield acres In cultlvatan rest In Lluo mn totspliesNo 26 Tame botellsrll rooms double reran blelord storeroomfrontinglug 2nlcemltaganirlyfumLho I Goalgolden papered and veranda each A fat deep All oUhl property is In London Kjmoney1opdlorharafuwdmrent onlyrNJODfor farm In IJDoln county Cieof I orchardStreams i 300 parch from n o school church and In good nlllbburhood figure Will sell or exchange at reasonablee Ikltchon5600Nofarm on5 acres of good laud located close to town Ptis2230 No t6Iloua and lot In DarlIoWII house hat Sjlarobarnrs repair Price 1eo g