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SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 14 1904 8 A M NO 31 A CONGRESSIONAL CATENA Under a good picture of Lion Harvey Helm candidate for Congress la the Richmond Register appears the fol lowing poem Would you have your district be r Strong and able brave sad tree Fearless ot all tj rann jr Vote for Helm Would you havo your Ship of State Steered la safety growing great And her future deeds relate Vote for Helm Would you like to overwhelm Evil all throughout the realm Then choose one with strengtb of elm Such Is helm i Would you have one strong and true Who would know just what to do Who would know whats beet for you Vote for helm you have your county fall 1Would to a neighbors call would not ono and all j Vote for Helm Lincoln Is a sister fair Who our burdens helped to bear Won the honors that we wear With such grace Should Madison fall her now l No she should support avow i And with welcome on her brow Give her place- Bo let each who fights gainst wrong liaise this paean loud load long Im a helmsman good and strong Im for Helm II Anon rLAND STOCK CROPS ETC t Edgar Ueyuolds bought of Crlt Smith a pair of mules for f225 For sale until the 3fltb some corn at 6326 per barrel Joseph Ballou W S McGulrn Is back from Jackson county where he bought 423 mixed sheep at fl to 12 60 W M Matbeny sold to J G Lynn a lot of ewes at 13 76 and bought of va rious parties two carloads of lambs at file William Fields sold to J L Jarvls 110 acres of tho Sampson farm for M 300 The land adjoins Mr Fields farmThe Kentucky Durley Tobacco f Growers Association has flied articles of Incorporation at Lexington naming a capital stock of IOOOOO FOR SALt Thoroughbred Black Berkshire bogs Southdown and high grade sheep of both sexes John Steele Carpenter Hnstonvllle Ky IBarly sown oats are generally Im and In promising condition throughout the central valleys and Middle Atlantic States but In the South Atlantic and East Gulf States where oats are now heading the outlook Is YOU poor WAYNESBURG Mr and Mrs J M Johnson have been visiting In Somerset If you want eoodcheap pretty goods r come to Tho Reynolds Co In the Mac cabee building on Main Street Melvin Caldwells barn was destroy ed by lire Thursday night A valuable cow several ducks and some corn burn edMrs 00 Gooch was with bomefotks at Klngsvllle Friday Miss Mattie Big gins returned from Science Hill where she has been visiting relatives- In a letter to Mrs H Q Singleton Miss Lou Howard says I am well sat isfied with ray homo to Mlddletown Ohio and nave been gaining strength 1 since I came hero and now I am able to walk a mile at a time II Mack Stephens has the meatlcs Joe Sharp wM visiting his sister Mrs Os car Reynolds hero George Elllton Is convalescing Mrs Hunley Gooch has been visiting relatives at Somerset and Eubanks Newton Perry Is out again af cr an attack of measles Mrs Lee Doty of Burgln was with friends here last wcok Mrs Lllllo Ellison Is very elck Great excitement was caused In Hlckman by a crowd of bOO citizens visiting tbo different places whore Intoxicants were sold la violation of the local option lam and giving the proprietors a few hours to leave town Two carloads of boor was confiscated at one place and shipped back to Evans vllle Ind It was with difficulty that the crowd was restrained from doing violence to several Insolent violators Tbo exportdemond for Southern Iron Is good and promises to afford some measure of relief to the Alabama fur naces during tho dull summer season I There has been no curtailment of pro duction nor Is any expected for the I a near future President Roosevelt formally ac Fceptod on behalf of the Government a statue of Benjamin Rush the of the American Medical Associa 1tlon The statue was unveiled on the grounds of the United States Naval Museum HUSTONVILLE Charles Wboeler Everett Carson Samuel Held committee The latest reports from the bedside of Miss Fannie Powell Is that she Is very low John McCormack who for years has made his homo at Mr Sam Roldsls In a serious condition with heart foulbe With contracts hero for about half a million brick Allman It Stone are turn aI prorreuIlag of sheep that will surely plY our farm ers to Investigate as well as Invest In The sheep averaged 61 pounds of first class 24o wool and the larger part of their lambs weigh 100 pounds and over They must be seen to be properly ap predated Allen k Baugbman claim the blue ribbon on the best lot of lambs from the West End this spring Out of 00 they had 03 that averaged 881 pounds M E Allen bought 63 assorted cattle In this section at from 2k to 4o There were 20 that averaged 1100 pounds Miss Mell Hopper attended as a spec tally invited guest the 60tbanntverrary of her school In Cincinnati on the 9th Miss Clara Cooper was a visitor to relatives and friends hero last week Mrs Nannie F Owens was called to Wash legion City by two cases of measles In the family of her son Ed F Owens Chas Wheeler and wife Miss Aria Wright and Mrs Jno A mIlD attend ed services at the Stanford Presbvte rlan church Sunday Miss Lyda Pearl Rose of Shelby City Is wltb Miss Katb erlne nail Mrs V B Morse Is at tending the bedside of her father who Is seriously ill at his home In Quincy Ky Mrs John W Carson got a seri one fall the other dav but we are iliadI to know she Is Improving Mry J L Conway Is seriously ill at her fathers Mr Ssm Reids as the re suit of a collision of the train on the Santa Fe railroad In Kansas upon which she her husband and son were en route here to spend the summer The sleeper la which they were travel lOll was on the rear of the train and was run Into by a freight completely demolishing the car and Injuring a number of the occupants Mrs Con way had to be carried from the wreck and only by the most careful nursing on the part of her husband was she able to reach her old home again Hall of Hustonvllle Masonic Lodge No 131 June 10 1904 Memorial of our deceased brother N Dudley Snow- WIIEHEAS It pleased God In ills infinite wisdom to take from our midst our beloved brother now be It RESOLVED let That wo extend to his bereaved wife and children our deepest sympathy In this darlc hour and may they put their trust In God the only refuge 2 That we spread upon the minutes of our lodge this condolence and a copy of same be sent the sorrowing family and our brothers wear the mourning badge of our order Respectfully sub mitted There hope been no Important moves moms In the war In the Far East Jap anew are edvanolng occupying points 85 miles east of Mukden Four strong columns are going forward The Japan ese stopped and sent book a military train seeking to reach Port Arthur St Petersburg dispatch says no serious attempt will be made u relieve the be leagured garrison The Japanese lost two battalions at Feng Chang Wcng an ambuscade being formed John D Rockfeller and the standard oil interests are at work effecting a vast combination of the valuable mines of the United States and the announce ment of the amalgamation Is expected at an early date The big corporation will have a capital of 12600000000 and expects to control the mineral out put of the United States with the ex ceptlor possibly of tho Calumet and Bolcla copper mines of Michigan No Competition The uniform success 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 as everyone who has used it knows Is without an equal For sale by W N Craig Will you take me to your circus Mr Merry Why Willie I have nothing to do with any circus What makes you ask thatWhv mother said you was a clown President Woodrow Wilson dally ered the baccalaureato address at Princeton University It was the first time In the institutions history that this address was delivered by a layman A Bnrgoyne N J woman was choked to death with a clothes line and her money stolen NEWS NOTES Fire at Warrensbnrg Mo destroyed property worth 1150000 The revolutionists of Santo Domingo are reported to have accepted terms of J B Allen one of the best known men In Owen county died Iud denly of heart failure The cost of the various strikes In IIiat Col Bltcoe Blndman of Louisville wee unanimously elected commanding officer of the First Infantry theISprings Brecklnrldge county Robert R Miller of Florida com mitted suicide at St Louis by cutting razorIMla ister to Switzerland was shot and se riously Injured on the street at Berne The National Association of Mexican War Vqterans will hold its next re union at East St Louis September 15 The Nebraska University at Lincoln turned nut 244 graduates Bon Henry Watterson was the commencement ora torThe Standard Oil Company reduced quotations on all grades of refined oil naptha and gasolene half a cent per gallon Frank M Andrews of Dayton O was selected as the architect of the Capitol building by the Capitol Build ing Commission GOY Davis of Arkansas was hanged In effigy at Rector because ho refuted to Interfere with the hanging of Mart Vowell at Paragould Cardinal SalollI was welcomed in New York by more than 703 Catholic clergymen and laymen at the residence of Archbishop Farley Crazed with fear by a Ore in her home Mrs Benjamin Apfel of New York threw her baby to the pavement below Instantly killing It The Eitlll Springs Hotel and all privileges have been sold by Capt J M Thomas to a syndicate of Kentucky and Michigan capitalists for 10000 Zeke Mlrrick a wellknown farmer of Wallonla Trlgg county died from the effects of a beating administered to him by his brother Robert Mlrrlck Miss Lena Morton daughter of former Vice President Levi P Morton died In Paris from blood poisoning following an operation for appendicitis Dr L S McMurtry of Louisville was elected president of the American Medical Association at the annual meeting of that body In Atlantic City The National Wholesale Liquor Dealers Association In session In New York has appropriated 23000 to fight prohibition In Kentucky and other States Morton M Casseday formerlya well known newspaper man of Louisville was found dead In his room at the Lou Isvlllo Hotel death being due to paral ysis of the heart brought on by excel sive use morphine The Citizens Alliance in the Cripple Creek district bus declared a war of extermination against labor unions and has announced that every person who Is connected with a union must sever such connection or prepare to leave the districtJudge Francis Randolph who ab sconded from Alabama nine years ago owing the State and county many thousands of dollars has returned Bo was Immediately arrested on the charge of embezzlement although the shartage was long since paid hannah Ellas the Negro woman charged with extorting enormous sums of money from Millionaire John Platt of Now York was discharged no evi dence being produced against her She was arrested on a writ In a civil suit and placed under 120000 bond DECORATION DAYOur day to dec orate the graves of dead comrades was appropriately observed at Valley Oak near Joyce under the auspices of Jae Humphrey Post G A R A largo and appreciative audience was present and a well prepared program was carried out Many baskets of beautiful flow ore ware distributed to the old soldiers who tenderly covered tbo graves and scattered them upon the waters nearby in commemoration of the dead heroes of the army and navy The Middle burg band discoursed patriotic music In addition some splendid vocal music was rendered by a select choir Speech es were made by Rev Bradford of the M E church Mr Wm Durham a stu dent of State College and Ron Henry Taylor Good lessons were given such as should be taught in every town and city In the land on each 30th of May JOAn RiQNEY Chmn To the Worlds Fair via Queen Jc Crescent Route and Southern Railway Excellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W C Rtnearson G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A Lexington ICy DANVILLE of our store There will be items of interest to everyone and every item men tioned and hundreds of others not mentioned will be very much less than their value As this is a clearance sale there are many items that are limited in quantity and the greatly reduced prices at which we offer them will close them out quickly therefore we urge you to come early We also invite you to come often as there will be new lots out- most every day during the sale 12 l2c Grass cloth with woven silk stripes Only 4 pieces left Wove check at 19c 3 34c 1500 yards of Scotch Lawns in nil desirable patterns and colors 94 Utica sheeting25o 104 Utica sheeting280Lon- sdnle cotton 8 130 Maeonvillo cotlon8 l3c 45c Yard A few dress lengths of stripe and check swiss Taffetas that were 75c 49c Yard Cream White Silk warp Eolian 44 inches wide vna 81 yard 25c Yard A few dress patterns of pure silk Grenadine that was 75c yard at 2oo 25c Yard Pekin stripe and brocaded silks All pure silk in black only at 25c 49c YardIG6 inch Pure Linen German Table Damask very fine and heavy Only 100 yards to sell 27 inch heavy all Linen Silver Bleached Crash 15c yard All linen sideboard and dresser scarfs 50 inches long with hemstitch ed ends 25c I5cC- hoice of all our 25o Embroidered Ginghams nUll Zelphrcys 5c KENTUCKY It I Extraordinary Clearance Sale July1st 19c Yard 30 inch Printed Silk Mouselincs in Organdie designs in White and Pon gee grounds Were made to sell at 50c 33 I3c Choice of any of our 50c silk fins ished French Organdies The finest made in France 25c Yard Choice of a lot of fine White Mer cerized Waistings reduced from 40 and 50c yard 19c Silks Wo offer pure silk printed Paul ards in Dress Lengths only at lOc yd were cheap at 39c 7 l2c Ladies low neck and sleeveless vests with taped neck and full bleach ed 33 l3c Fancy Mohairs in Dots and Stripes 88 inches wide in blue brown and black reduced from 55- c9OO Choice of a lot of now style Man Tailored Suits that were 818 and 520 48 inch Sheer White Batish 25c yardOne pound of Puritan Vellum writing paper lOc5c Anyof our best lOc colored Feath er stitched braids at 5c 1212c Yard Solid colored Irish Linens 32 inch es wide for waists and shirt waist suitejNever sold before under 40c lOc Yard The well known Danish Cloth onehalt wool Hope Lonsdale bleached cotton 7c Long Cloth 30 pieces Imperial Long Cloth12iyards in a piece at 110 piece HamburgsIAt 51015and 25c we offer four lots of Hamburgs from 1 inch to 15Iinches wide Every piece in the lot worth double the price 25c Choice of a big lot of Hand Bags in black andcolors that were 50c and 75c e 49c Yard 24 inch Chiffon Foulardand wash Taffetas all in new designs for shirtwaist suits 98c Choice of about 20 very fine Ira ported P Dand Military Corsets that were 275 and 83 All long waisted models ZIcj Childrens Peerless Lace Lislo Thread Hose Royal Cuticle SoapIe cake 29c Yard 32 inch Pure Linen Lawns Also Pure Linen Corded Lawns Mens Real Japanette plain or fancy hems Also Kimonas5cdesigned for Pillows and n DANVILLE KENTUCKY i 3 fir mINTERIOR JOURNAi E C WALTON HARVEY HELM 01 StanfMJ Is a candidate for toattess In this Ihe Eighth district subject to the action of the demo cratk yard HON D L MOORE ef Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In Ihe Eltbth district to succeed lien G G GHter sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port Is earnestly seMcttcJ G G GILBERT- Of Shelby Is a candidate for Onpess subject to the action of the democratic party R C WARREN- Is a candidate ter Judjre of the Uncohi county sort subject to the action of the deaecraUc putt THOMAS D NEWALND SR Is a candidate fer SherlS of Lincoln county subject Is toe action of the democratic party GEORGE W DeBORD- Is t canaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject Is ICs action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR subjecttoJESSE C LYNN- Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln any subject to tae action of the democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject Mme action of the democratic party DINK FARMER la a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tile action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYSI- s a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the auocratlc party W I HERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the leaiocratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the of the demo intic puny MISS KATE BOGLE- II a candidate for Superintendent action thedemo of Lincoln county subject to the of critic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD Is a candidate fr Assessor of Lincoln county ject to the action of the democratic parr- yALLENDC Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county = subject to the action of the Democratic party EMMETT MCORMACK Is a candidate fer Assessor of Lincoln county ject to the action of Ire democratic party W A CARSON Is acandldate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub Jectlto the action of the democratic party E D KENNEDY- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for county attorney of Lincoln county subject to tie action of the democratic party R L HUBBLE Of Lincoln county Is a candidate for the nomination for State Senator In this district subject to the action of the democratic party Tnt best of reports come in concern log Hon Harvey Helms race for Coo gress In fact matters have assumed such a splendid shape that It looks like a certainty that he will be nominated on tbe first ballot at Sbclbyvllle on tbe 28th Tbe democracy of this district could certainly not place tbe honor where It more properly belongs than to nominate Lincolns splendid young democrat Make Mr Helm the standard bearer and all will be well I IREPQDLICAN designs upon Kentucky have been frustrated by tbo 4 1action of the convention Hopes had entertained of such a serious de faction In the ranks of Kentucky dem ocrats that the republican thought they had a chance to steal tbe State As hope deferred mtketh the heart lick the republicans of Kentucky will soon be ID need of a physician THE Fillpi DOS are not capable of self government declare the republi can bUlb wacker In tbelr political frenzy but at tbe recent commencement of the law department of Georgetown Uolveralty a Filipino a youth belong lag to this despised race of Luzon cap tired first prize Yet the fulfillment of our destiny dementia that he remain a subject of Theodore THE Plttsburg man who shot himself when be returned home to find that supper wasnt ready doubtless is not so anxious now for a hot meal- POLITICAL William D Wooten has been ape pointed postmaster at Maddog Leslie county Ninetyseven of tbe 131 bills adopted bl the last General Assembly became laws yesterday Many of these meas ures carry appointments to be made by tbe governor Of tbe 728 delegates so far chosen to tbe National democratic convention 381 are uninstructed Those Instructed- are oa follows For Parker 178 Hearst 110 Olney 32 Wall 26 Gray 6 r 1r r a A majority of county conventions In Texas selected delegates favorable to ParkerJudge LE Mann of Morehead hat withdrawn from the race for tbe Dem ocratic nomination for Congress la tbe Ninth district This leaves Congress man Keboo without opposition and bq will doubtless be declared tbo party nomineeUtah Democrats elected an unln structed delegation to tbe National Convention four delegates said to fa vor Parker and two inclined to Hearst Because of the bitter fight over tbe polygamy question It was finally decid ed to adopt no platform whatever President Roosevelt Announced the appointment of William S Cochran now chief postofflce Inspector to bo purchasing agent of the poatofllco department an office created at tbe last session of Congress The appoint meet takes effect July The salary of the oOlce Is 95000 per year Mr Cocbrans successor has not yet been selected John W Alexander a wealthy Iron works owner of West Virginia though a Republican believes that Senator Gorman can carry West Virginia and that he Is tbe only Democrat who can do so He says I would support Gorman If he were nominated by any party for I know him to bo a good and safe man I regard him as a strictly conservative man upon all public ques ttons and I consider him tbe McKinley of tbe Democratic party It Is strange to me that the Democrats should be divided as to their candidate for If they cannot elect Gorman they cannot elect any man I consider him by odds tbe strongest man in tbe country and the best timber tbe party has for Presi dentIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Henry Hargls of Pulaskl coun ty Is alleged to have been frightened to death by a snake At a vaudeville performance in a tent at Barbonrvllle a brace broke under the elevated seats and 30 people were Injured ono probably fatally and three or four seriously Mrs Den Die Massie of Mercer while dipping some hens and chickens In a preparation of sheep dip for lice in haled tbelpolson and has been unconscious for three days About 123000 of stock has been sub scribed to tbe proposed interurban rail way from Columbia to Lebanon Tbe amount required of Columbia and Adair county Is 50000 The name of our handsome Circuit Judge Is destined to be writ on the scrolls tot fame A Boyle county admirer has named a fine thoroughbred colt Judge Bell Democrat A C Jenkins living near Norton Kansas while beating his wife was shot by his 11 year old daughter Jenkins was Insane and bad often threatened to kill his whole family- J M Rothwell and John Anderson caught a catfish at the mouth of Paint Lick Garrard coonty that weighed 02t pounds It was caught by a trot line and was transferred to Lake Placldtbe water works reservoir Mr and Mrs Z T Elklo ot Burgla were poisoned by eating strawberries which were supposed to have parls green on them They were sick for severalbours but by heroic efforts on the part of the attending physician their lives were saved In order to conform to tbe new Ken tacky law prohibiting the coeducation of whites and blacks the trustees of Berea College are arranging for the transfer of tbelr colored students to other Institutions Tbe younger pupils will be sent to the colored public schools and those of higher grades to Flsk University Nashville or some similar Institution Tbe case of Capt Wm Herndon ad ministrator of M W Johnson against the New York Life Insurance Co for policies amounting to nearly 160000 was tried In Louisville last week and resulted In a hung jury Capt Hern- don tells The Record that a majority of tbe jurors were for Johnson This Is tbe case that arose shortly after Johnsons death some years ago tbe companies claiming that premiums had not been paid It will come up for trial again in November Central Record A Meting The tent meeting at Crab Orchard conducted by the Baptist evangelist Rev A A Niles Is largely attended and remarkably successful About 30 professions of pardon or purity are tbe visible results of at the present stage of the great revival Novena the his tory of the town has there been such a religious awakening Tbe noted divine has been In the ministry for 50 years There have been as many as 1000 souls saved in one meeting through his In strumentality He has read the New Testament ICO times on his knees BaptlGtI1 en tered the experience of sanctification He has challenged 200000 men as to ibis truth of tbe grand cardinal doc trine of holiness which ho spiritually and logically maintains In his search for truth he has perused the works of 1200 authors on baptism Ho had 21 calls last summer for vamp meetings tbemeetliDA Here and There There are 200 cae6 of smallpox at Dlxvllle Mercer county Fire destroyed every business house In the town of Cromwell this StateIBryn Mawr won the StakeeIto 11000It that the Indtanopolls Southern railroad has been purchased by the Illinois Central Dr Lafayette P Jones one ot Simp son countys best men died at Frank lie of organic heart trouble Mme Melba Ntho singer has been given the decoration for science art and music by King Edward Abner J McKinley a brother of the late President was found dead in a chair at his home at Somerset Pa A Pueblo liveryman killed his wife and a woman companion as they sat In a carriage and attempted suicide The project Instituted for the cele bratlon of a sane Fourth of July by subscription at Chicago was abandon od By the explosion of sewer gas in Chi cago four men were killed a building wrecked and the street torn up for blocks Miss Mary Helm of Ellzabothtown tendered her resignation M president of tbe Methodist Womens Foreign Missionary Society- In a street battle at Elk Texas re lulling from friction over the election of a school teacher one was killed and Four seriously wounded The paid attendance at the worlds Fair during May was 542028 and the admissions by pass aggregated 450603 making the total attendance 1001391 Because ho could not get a discharge from tbe army Corporal WO Caw leI ot tbe 17th coast artillery committed suicide at San Francisco in his wifes presence The Erie Railroad Company has made a second reduction of 10 per cent In its shop working force at Suique hanna Pa and Is retrenching In other directions Operators are already numerous In Pike county coal fields and several mines will bo opened In advance of tbe completion of the railroad now being built to that region Deported miners from Colorado were dumped on tbe prairie In Kansas and warned not to return Later a sheriffs posse ordered them to leave Kansas and headed them West Memorial exercises were held Saturday over the 2200 graves of Confeder ate soldiers burled at Camp Chase the oration being delivered by Col George Washington of Newport- A religious tralnlogscbool for women will be established in connection with the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary It will fit women for home and foreign mission work It Is alleged that a fund of 13000 has been raised by popular subscription for the benefit of a prominent churchman In Bedford Ind suspected of the mur der of Mite Sarah Scbaefer Tbe Confederate veterans will meet at Nashville today In annual reunion the meeting continuing until Thur day Elaborate preparation for tbelr entertainment has been made and It Is expected tbat 65000 people will attend Tbe grand parade will take place on Thursday On Wednesday the corner stone of tbe Confederate memorial will pe laidCHURCH MATTERS The Glasgow Times contained a good likeness ot Rev J M Bruce wbo has taken charge of the Baptist church at Horse Cave The Salvation Army cohorts have ar ranged a parade for Tuesday in New York to precede the sailing of 350 dele gates to tbe International Congress in an Innovation In tbe way of a religious service In a show tent was conducted at Lancaster Sunday after noon under the canvass of Sun Bros circus by Rev C M Cbumbley pastor of tbe Presbyterian church Several hundred people of tbe community were in attendance as well as the showmen A wellselected choir furnished music assisted by members of the Sun Bros bandA London dispatch says John Alexander Dowle arrived here from Holland and made a tour of tbe hotels accompanied bv bis wife and son and escorted b y deacons In search ot ac commodation Everywhere be met with refusal as the hotel managers were afraid of arepetltlonof rowdyism which marked Dowles former stay hero Ultimately being unable to find lodging Dowle proceeded to the Zionist bead quarters These have been connected with the police telephones in anticipa Lion of a poealolo onslaught by the mob ALL persons holding certificates to teach are required bylaw to attend tbe teachers Institute Penalty for falling to do so Is a forfeiture of certificate un less lawfully excused All persons who contemplate taking an examination for certificate are required to attend tho Institute Garland Singleton supt ALL persons having claims against ht estate of Mrs Ermine Padgett do eased will present same to me at once properly verified G Singleton ad ilnlstrator 3t Have Your Buggy Painted H will cost you only IS I use the beat of paints and varnishes and guarantee my SomIand satisfactorily done J J DELUBK J M PREWITT IOsteopathic Physician Houso Consultation Free Hour 0 to 12 A i2 to IrIs7toerN- Stanford Kentucky Farm For Sale On Account of tllwatch desire to sell privately mv farm of 10 neros located In edge of IlustonYlllo Good Improvements fruit never falling water Will sell M whole or divide malt house on lower part O II HAUNETT- Iluitonvlllo Ky Dr J Be Beck DENTIST Office In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky A S PRICE iargeoB Deatlat Stanford Ky our YcBobau Drag Store In thi Ovrij YuZidtat Dr O S Williams DENTIST All work guaranteed and prices rea sonablo Hustonvlllo Kentucky TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new carp U matting oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains tacks curtain poles picture frames screens paste doors glue tables chain sates wardrobes couciwi dressers washstands beds springa mattre e chamber altawater seta lamp chiffon len folding bed washing machine wring ere wallpaper carpet trunkl tele- scope+ carriage paint douse paint curtain stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS iJVERY IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford KT countyKytodate In every particular ana ing with improvements and 20 acre of floe land close to Southern railroad rIce nearJanetlonQlyeatlnMere alre Joun OKhard lad 0 tile grape harbor In Kentucky Party sold lMO ol raprn lot rear watered and fcwiog good Clo lo school and churches A twostory six room tram dwdllnz good barn evil ate all In good repair Pries Nrbc Also II acre of Florida land In Mann vllle On railroad street through place leaving 8 acre on one side with 2storr room house and orange peaches pears plums grape all bearing and e acres tin other side with 8 room onestory house or angel peach pears plum grape bear Ing All for 12900 or the 6 acres for 61800 and the S acres for 11100- A llullltt county Ky farm of 100 acres with good 2tory house metal roof barn water etc 110 acre of timber that will make tiM staves barrel timber Ground will grow wheat corn tobacco etc only f1000 X cash Place hu fruit tree 171 acre H mile Ilarditown Junction Bullttt county Ky 120 acre cultivated balance In timber good three room house with ball now log barn smoke house wood house fine well good springs and running water two orchards three room tenant house is u beautiful farm and productive cheap for 13500 12000 cash balance In one two and three year 122 acres three mile of Wlllltburg Wash ington Ky JIG acres cultivated e acres In beech timber well cistern springs orchard IX story six room frame house veranda cellar barn Crib wood house smoke house hen house school on the farm This Is a good farm worth the money 2800 f1250 cub balance one and two yean 328 acres In Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about 80 acres cultivated about 128 In timber and grass and about tso In grass Timber on place ii cut to 18 Inches but will make barrel timber thing lei ties and cord wood enough to for the place twice over A large part Cay ed There are four dwelling of t room each and one tore of twostorle with room above hat wells and springs of water In t miles of county seat and growl tobacco corn wheat gross etc for 12200 Onehalf cash MississippiThereopportunities tor profitable Investment as the Atlssls Is now fitly described as Pros perity Valley The timber Is becoming more valu able all the time for the reason that lumber people from the North where the supply of timber is fast diminishing art constantly Increasing their pur chases of timber lands In the South When the tim ber Is removed the land Is unequaled for agricultural purposes It will product a bale of cotton to the acre or will grow any other kind of crop ratted In the temperate tone The Mil needs no fertllliers and gives a yield whlchcannot be excelled taxes are low the title Is perfect and the man who buys Delia farm and timber lands at present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret This land Is divided Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to 17000 acres to the tract and prices from 8 per acre to 116 per acre according to location etc We are authorized by th company who owns these lands to SUM that as other parties are considering the purchase of these lands that we offer these tracts sub eel prior sal wlthrawal from market or change In price wlthont notice However when notified they will hold any tract out of market long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About 12000 acres of this land has been sold by the pany since we received this option For further par Iculm call at our office Hour and Grist Mill Anderson county Ky 33 barrel capacity covered with Iron built ago Steam and water power the latter 8 month of tbe year It U an up todate roller mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt The engine Is of 7 yean run acres with the mill Including what la with the house of 5 roomI All for 34250 or 15 500 for the mill and 14 acre One half cash has fine trade No mill In 10 miles Central Kentucky Real Estate k TltleCo Stanford Ky 4 Grand Leaders Bargains Missed Oxfords kid patent tip eizo 12 12 wore 81 now 7Co Misses Pivtont Loather Oxfords size 12 12 woro 8180 now 08c Ladies 8160 Patent tip kid Oxfords now 08o Ladies 58 Patent Leather Oxfords now 8198 J Ladies R60 Putout Viol Oxfords now 8220 Several Odd Trots Ladies Oxfords sizes 8 8 12 anti 9 worth up to 8260 go atT9olions Canvas Shoos tho 8160 kind now 08c Mens Canvas Oxfbrds tho 160 kind now 08c glens 8360 Tan Shoos go ut 8226- Mens 8880 Putout Vici Oxfords go at 8200 Moos 8150 Putout Viol Oxtbnle go at 8320 A few pairs of thoso Ladies Dollar Kid Glows sizes 8 8i only to Ot080Ithem out 15o nil colors Ifio Lawns Oo a yard 8 l8o Lawns 6c a yard Ions 60o Underwear now 2io Mens 810 Suits now 8508 Mons 81260 Suits now 8008 Miens Straw Hats slightly tollotl wqrth up to 81 go nt lOc tach Ladies Craw Failon go at Iftc ouch OW8LBY 1ILOCK WATCH OUR AltH i THE GRAND LEADERM B Le y 8 Co S B Levy resting place your ones erection Let artistic the best and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Marker and Tablet of Marble and Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky i 300 Square Feet two coats to the gallon thats what THESHERWINWlwAMS PAINT will cover And on 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 longestjwear and greatest economy arc what we claim for SWP Its the one safe paint to use gives satisfaction If you want to save money painting let us show you the e way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting j SOLD BY CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky GO TO r W B McRoberts FOR I LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED I I We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of trc pUling on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law J Z Bpoonaroore T M Holme II F Nowland J R Oamentacb Ieter Balmer W II Johnson Mr Mary Olvens David Stephen James M White and wife V Carson H Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welch R A Lawrence Frank Oordler loin A n Root Sam F Reynold Morgan Humphrey 0 T Wlllion Jesse W raoraixron Livory Food and Salo Stablo Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying I represent one of the best tailoring firms in the country With my experience in taking measures and dlrectons I give your clolhes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prices are the same as Inex orlenced men who are In the business also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other suiting I will cut and make if you dcslro at a moderate price Thank you for past favors I am yours H CRUPLEY the Tailor The last of departed by the of a suitable Monument It be of exclusive and design material a Always in 1STANFORD LANDRETIPS iARDENt I WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS POSTED Sweeney PRESTON NO 922 This premIum saddle stallion of the world will make the season of stable of J C Bailey on Old LancasterI KyPreston u years old l5i hands high a perfect model with great style action Preston was sired by Washington No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 1St dam Belle by Roderick and dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentuckyasuch as Kentucky Artist owned Crenshaw of Lexington Ky and Mont gomery Chief owned by Ball Bros Why you should breed 16 Preston I Because he Is the greatest show horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great show horses such as Blectra that was sold to Senator Vare for 82000 Rebecca that GeorgeWatsonby Bros that won more premiums in- saddlo and combined rings than any three yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for fjco pthatthat sold for f5000 4 Because he won the championship of the Louisville Horse Show 1903 shown by Matt SCohen of Richmond Ky 5 Because he has won more money in the show ring than any other sadie stallion in Kentucky 6 t will be glad to show him to any ono 1breedbefore breeding I will stand him at 810t- he season or sis to insure living colt J C BJtlLEV Stanford Ky 4 5c f Lnwne absolutely fast colors white grounds with Hod Blue Pink and Black figures 7c Ix t of Lawns that Fold fbr 10 and I2jc 19c For Ilomospun Cotton Skirtings regular 2Co quality J THE BTAKTOIID KY JINB 11 1801 u- TilE tact that the Russians aro bolos defeated does oat mono that our Rue slan Corn Cure li tot good Your mot ey beck It It falls to cure Ten cents a boUle Pennyi Drug Store Stanford PERSONALS OEOIUJE MBNBFEC ti clerking far J T Jonei MISS SALLIE COOIC IB back from n trip to Cincinnati Mns Cino DROWN U with her par cote at Mt Vernon JOHN N MENEFKE JR U back from Stato College Lexington MR JOSEPH COFFEY of Mllledge vllle li III of heart troublo Mns J C HORTON Is visiting her daughter at Blln Adair county Mu ItlOHARD DIIIIJ wont to Nab vllle Friday to visit bit daughters Mn A 0 MARTIN and wire of i l Parli are visiting Mrs 0 W Lorell Miss LYLRS COOPER U visiting her aunt Mr Robert J Lyle In Nash vlllc MR R W MARTIN of Birmingham U with hli parent Mr and Mr Alex Martin Miss ADA DAwns and children of Somerset are wltt Mr 0 W Lorell tr U week Miss MARY COOPER PENNY of Duo yllle It pending a few days with rala lives hero MR A A BURnER the wellknown Shelby City merchant attended court hero yesterday MISS GRACE GniNBTEAD of oem Ineiburg li the guest of her sister Mr E O Deazley MRS ANNIE HOLTXOLAW won the beautiful burntwood chair rsWed off by Miss Mary Hundley- GEOROB D FLOItENCE who baa lust graduated at Georgetown College tell us that be will study law MR L M ClIUULCY and wife of Fort Wayne led are gueiU of the family of J L Anderson MISSES KATIE WARREN and Bottle j King of Llbcity spool Saturday with the formers parenti here JOE LYNN COFFEY Clay Rupley and Winfrey Duncan are back from St Louie with the homefolki MRS M n COLLINS and children have returned to Hartford after a visit rr to Mr and MM Sam M Owens MR AND MRS R O HAIL and coo t Wcaren of Osaka Va are with the family of Mr George D Wearen Miss LINDA MILLER who has been teaching In the Oral School at Rome NY has returned homo for her vacation Mfts ELLA MAY NEWLAND of Dan vllle spent from Saturday till Jester day with her mother Mr Annie New landREV J B CROUCH wife and child ren of Carlisle arrived yesterday to i visit Mr Kate Miller and otherfrendi here Miss LETTIE HELM and Muter Frank Walton Jr arrived from Cin cinnati Friday to visit Hon Harvey Helm MRS L J HARRIS Mr Bessie Saunders and buss Jean Saunders of Loulivllle are guests at the Veranda HotelMiss CYNTHIA BECK who has been attending an oral college In Chicago has gono to Klrkwood Mo to spend v some time MR ROUERTG EVANS of Danville has boon made a colonel on Gov Deck hams staff A handsome compliment worthily bestowed moatt Miss MARY COOPER PENNY of Dan vlllo Borta Joan Penny and Virginia CaboDY of Stanford are visiting Miss Ellen ONeal Scott at Goihon Miss PATSY PREWITT of Lexington who is vliltlng Miss Tevle Carpon tor sang a solo very sweetly at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning MRS JAMES Goocu of the MoKIn noy section suffered a strokoof paraly ill Sunday and la In a precarious con dition She U tho mother ot James T Jones and A O Alford of this placo- MRS P P TitUEUARToni daughter Muse Katherlno of Sterling Kansas aro visiting Mr and Mrs John Doty Mrs Truenart Is very pleasantly ro membered here ai Miss Jcnnlo Richmond Register EDITOR LEWIS LANDRAM of the Re cord and Samuel W Menofoe of the Advocate took Sundays train for Lou livlllo to attend the Kentucky Prose Association mooting Thoformer IlOD tieman was accompanied by his wlfos a dieter Miss Altle Marksbury I ti SOME MORE BARGAINS lOc For Dress Duck and Mix Skirtings for wash skirts 15c for choice of a big line of plain and flaked Voiles 5c for all size checks in apron for good assortment of fancy calicoes 5c for fine brown cotton for the best solid leather two shoes for comfort ever sold in Stanford 75c for a comfortable pair of house slippers Remnants of mattings cheap Right for halls and small rooms 0 MR Ja HASELDEN and family 01 Lancaster spent Sunday with the tam lIy of Mr S H Aldrldgo MR J H HILTON wife and daugh tar Ruby of Brodbcad came down Sunday to visit friends hero MR J N wife reo turned Sunday from Eotben Wyoming Mr Hohzolaw II In very bad health LOCALS J T WILKINSON of this place caught a 6 J pound channel cat nib ou of Green river MR G BRENT BARNETT offers hi splendid farm near Huilonvltle for lale this Issue Read the ad TilE Stanford team defeated the Crab Orchard bate ball nine 27 to 19 on tbo latter grounds Friday afternoon JOHN M JOHNSON of Bioomlngto mod li dead aged 34 Ho was a brother of Marpn Johnson of thlicounty TUB tale of the effects of the late Cot Welch was well attended Saturda and satisfactory prices woro reallzsd JESSE D WEARBN for ruts free delivery mill boxes He can icl you the latest things In that line Il 60 to 12 60 MR A W CAnt RRtold ui yci terday that be would be a candidate for Congress In this district on the prohl billon ticket FOR RENT The little itoreroo on Lancaster Street next door to IN TERIOR JOURNAL entrance W P Walton Lexington Ky J W DAVIS will ell at auction at Mlddleburg at 1 oclock Thundaa some household and kitchen furniture a piano an organ a buggy and harneii otc DONT forget the game a the Graded tomorrow afternoon between the Stanford boy and the StLouU Bloomer Girls It will be a good game KILLED Eran Date wellbehave Negro about 36 years old was killed while unloading logs for Button d Duncan at Morelaod Saturday Bates was In the employ of Hon B B King for some 16 years J THOMAS CHERRYS store at Brod head was broken Into and 115 la money and some jewelry was stolen Blood hounds were brought to the scene and loey trailed from tbo store to a bout near Holdam Mill but none of the stolen property was found MR W H hay h out his partner Mr W B MoKlnnoy The stock Is being Invoiced now but the store will bo open for business Friday We are glad to state that the retiring partner will not leave Stanford bat will engage In other business here HEAD Tins John P Jones will give a 10day spot cash tale beginning Wed nctday 15th At this time his entire stock of Dry Goods and Notions will be offeree at less than cost price This will certainly be a good chance to se cure High Class goods at a greatsavlng and wo know you cant afford to miss It A TELEGRAM from Mr Caswell Sauf fey to his brother Mr leo B Saufley announces the good news that bo sue eetfullv stood the physical examination at Annapolis and at once entered upon his duties as naval cadet While the young gentlemans friends congrat elate hum on his success they regret bathe can no longer boa resident of Stanford since he Is given only one month out of each year for vacation tnd eight years aro required to com Mete the course four years at Annsp 0111 and four years on the sea SPEAKING Hous tend Harvey Helm spoke to a largo Crowd In tho court house here yester lay Tho former was Introduced by tbo latter In a little peach Mr Gilbert said he was not icro to try and get Instructions rom Lincoln county not oven sec ODd Instructions but merely wanted to sco and talk to the people ho ropro cote In Congress Ho spoke for about an hour and was followed by Mr Holm who mado a brief but logical talk In Jr Gilberts rejoinder ho Insisted that lncoln democrats stick to tholr splen did candidate for Congress and that THERE was nothing worthy of men tlon done In he county court yesterday A good crowd attended court yesterday but business generally wa dull I FOR RENT The Bronaugh cottag on East Main Street Mrs Mary E Bronaugh DONT target tbo coolest Frlda night Secure teats now at McRob arts Drug Store M F LAWRENCE told us yesterda that be killed three foxes the othe day making 16 ronardi killed In hll neighborhood lately They were afte hs chickens THE Register tays that Col D W Trlbble brother of Mrs P P Nun nelloy of this has 10 the real estate and bush nets In Richmond A MORMON elder In Bath county wbo Imagined that he had been to bell ani there ordered by Dowle George O Barnes and the devil to baptize everyone almost drowned his wife THERE will be an Ice cream supper given by the Earnest Workers In thr lecture room of the Preibyterla church on Tuesday evening Jute 21 Everybody cordially Invited Admis lion 16 cents I DR J M PREWITT a graduate of the Klrksvllle Mo Osteopathic College has located here for tbo practlco of his profeitlon and bat opened his of flee In the Myers House flats Dr Prewitt came here from Cincinnati where he enjoyed a good practice for several years- RUssELL DILLION of the Maywood section who seems to be as good a gardener as he U a bad republican tell ui that his family has been eating po tatoci of his own ratting for moro than two weeks He did not say whether It was the vines or the roots but we sup pose be meant the latter REPORTS from every part of the die trlct show Helm the bachelor from Lincoln to be on gaining grounds It 1110tlwrl down that Harvoy Helm shall be the next Congressman from the grand old Eighth district and when the returns come In from the Shelby vllle convention on June 28th see if we are not correctMt Vernon Signal MR R H BRONACOII president ol the Crab Orchard Fair Racing Asso elation wag here yesterday returning from Lexington and Richmond where ho bad been In the Interest of tbe fair He says that carloads of racers will be tent from both places to the Crab Orchard fair and that tbe prospects for the biggest lot of show and racing stock ever sees at a Central Kentucky fair will be at Crab Orchard to contest for the liberal premiums and purse hung up Everything points to a suc cessful exhibition this year ONE of the most east func tons of the season was the linen show er given by the Misses VanArsdale at heir home The Heights for Miss ennle Pence on Friday afternoon rom 3 to 6 oclock They were asslst cd In receiving by Mrs Ecgland of Topeka Kansas Misses Molllo Brooks sod Jennie Lynn The already beautiful home was tastefully decorated In Summer flowers moteor roses predom inating the color scheme being red and rblte At 4 oclock Miss Pence enter ed the parlors whore ibe was bountl ully showered with linens by little Hues Lucy Lee Walton Berta Jean Peony Maymo Moore Raney and Ma rloa Grimes In presenting the shower Mile VanArsdale addressed the bride lect with the following Jennie we eallze with regret that your relation rith us as A social member Is soon to- bo severed and we assure you that It Is of love and that they will ever remind ou of the warm placo you hold In our earl And may your brightest Ideals of married life be fully realized After the shower the guests repaired to tbo dining room whore dainty refresh moots were served tho hardwood table avlng lace cover and candelabra with Ibbons roses and smilax decorations Tho souvenirs of the occasion were mOBS roto buds tied with whlto rib boos There wore 30 guests present SUN BROS Circus drew big crowd to town Saturday The performanc was fully up tp that of tbo averag small show FOR r offlve rooms hall sod nice veranda Largo barn etc Place mutt be sold For partlc ulan see L R Hughes Stanford MR F N SIMS proprletorof Olym plan Springs near Mt Salem brough us a basket of his fine straw berries Fri day They were ai delightful as tbey were large Coy BECKUAM appointed Mr Reed S Nichols of Danville to fill out tbo unexplred term of Judge William H Prowltt He Is at present master corn mlssloner of Boyle and chairman of th democratic county committee Ho bas served the county In the offices of coup ty and circuit clerk TUB elocutionary contest given by the Bon Ton Club a colored social or ganlzitloo of this place Friday evening was well attended and the sever participants all did wall The Lexington entry Aleatba Tabbs who recited Angelina won first prize Bert Coon of Stanford got second and th Georgetown speaker Mamie White third THE Juno term ot court began yet terday and Judge Bell delivered a splendid charge to the grand jury Th docket for this term Is a heavy one and all of the tbree weeks will bo taken up with Important trials The grand Is as follows B W Givens Matt Hoi man D R Adams S J Embry J S Duke W D Johnson Menefee El more Henry Newland Lllburn Gooch W O Watts Wm Motler J D Burton Mr Givens was made foreman The following gentlemen compose the petit jury Isaac Hubbard Hall Anderson Hundley Dlihon J D Long J A Givens W L Dawson Will Ma tbeny Antel Baugb J G Adklni J E Wade T D Best Geo Gaines W R Wllllami John L Beck R D Pad gef T J Robinson Russell Dllllon N W Sampson I S Phllllpt A C Green James Ross D J Smith P C Bandldge J T Cbadwlck BANKRUPT SALEIn the matter of John Alexander Spoonamore bankrupt In bankruptcy Tbe undersigned trustee of the bankrupt estate of John A Spoonamore will on Saturday June 18 1004 at 2 oclock P M at the rest dance of John A Spoonamore near Hubble and In Lincoln county Ky offer at public auction to the highest bidder the following described proper ty viz onehalf Interest In 45 acre of wheat i Interest In 20 acres of growing rye said crops being on the land of G A Swlnebroad also i interest In 11 acres of growing wheat and v Interest In 101 acres of growing rye tald crops being upon the land of Ed ono separator one corn ibredder one driving belt one sow and pigs and one yearling colt Terms of lale Credit of 60 Gaya with Interest or cash at option purchaser All notes taken o bo secured and mado payable at Lincoln Coun ty National Bank Stanford Ky K S Alcorn trustee PROGRAM ot oho Elocutionary Con toIL to be given at Waltona Opera souse Friday evening next by E H ieazlev Manager Address by Chair mao Rev Gilbert Glare Vocal Quar etto Medlev T D Raney J 0 Mc Jlary Mrs J H Turner Miss Graco irlnstead Miss Caroline Gray Wll lamstown Subject Lost on the Dee rf Instrumental Duet Mrs J H turner Mrs G T Grlnstead Miss Mary France Flemlngsburg Subject Ole Mlstls Vocal Quartette Under tbo Moonlit Sky Mr J H Turner lisa Grace Grlnstead T D Raney J C MoClary Miss Adelo Harding College Lexlng too Subject Bridge Vocal Duot See the Pale Moon Mrs J H Turner MUs Grace Grlnitead Miss May Belle Burdette Garrard county subject An Idol of the Periods In itrumental Duet Mrs J H Turner Mre G T Grlnstead Miss Louise Bal lev White Lexington Subject Ny dla the Blind Girl of Pompoll Vocal Quartette Good Night Mrs J H Burner Miss Grace Grlnstead T D Unoy J C McClary Miss Mary Ma ulre State College Lexington Subject Tho Fiddle Told Instrumental DlIet Mrs J H Turner Mrs G T irlnstead Miss Katherine Swopa Has Idea Danville Subject The Rhyme Or the Duchess May Vocal Duet Oer the Hill Oer the Dale Mrs H Turner Miss Graze Grlnstead Mice Marie Mahony Georgetown College Subject Her Cuban Tea Instrumen tal Duet Mrs J H Turner Mrs G T rlnstead Mies Jobnnio Terrell Rich iond Subject The Confessional Vocal Quartette Dont Forget the Old Folks Mrs J H Turner Miss race Grlnstead T D Raney J O IcClary 1 25c For choice of a lot of white anti colored shirt that GOo and SI 75c For a skirt 15c For a Arctic Undershirt 98cja those bargain slip soft a kid glove t SE 7ERAT ICE 8z SON STANFORD II INTERIOR JOURNAL Ginghams- 5c DOLT1cLAwood agent baseball SohooKgroundi 0Gilbert complimentary IIInO auctioneering upWo wltbill SALECottage oegotlabloand TampbellHagerman WHEN l Its a I Question of CLOTHING THINK Smart Sack CUMfllNSMCLARY f HOT WATIIFRGOOIISStraw Low Shoes in Tan and Patents Negligee Shirts Lace Hose Crash Suits Serge Coats Mens Wo mens and Childrens white canvas low shoes new and uptodate rI 11Je McROBBKTS ex Stanford Kentucky TRY ONE OF THESE I Warranted and Satisfaction Guaranteed a Clean Easy Shave cant afford not to use a CLAUSS RAZOR GEORCE H FARRIS A COI Stanford Kentucky mErEEEfEEEifEEIEErgaea g About Wi mtelI make my own Ice Cream and know personally that it Clean p and made from good Cream and Fresh Milk We are now prepared to furitint h you Ice Cream In quantities of two or less Orders for more 11 UImProduce Wanted I Will ou the best market price for eggs hens hides feathers Junk etc Call and be convinced at IL B orthcoW Stanford Ky f big waists 1nt nice demin hens Try pair of pers as All For and you gallons PI THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Hooker ProprIetressi3641 Finney Ave St Louis JJ 1TER1ORJOiAL Snlered n the pNloglce at Stanford a4- etondelau matter y bUahCLru aPIInc1rtc1vAV i PERYEAR CASH i o Whln IOPlt4aOom becllllle4 KNOXVILLE DIVI8IQM i Northt G41 m 24 Train going 280am024II M1217 am eM U u South 12Swpm 11023u areNEW LIVERY STABLE s W lUlU it SAN Pror1 JUNCTION CITY KY r JMrstOlajs Turnoute at Reasonable Bates Special Attention to TraYellnj Men and Hay For Bale eeJ He 100NE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Also Dealers InStreeton ni on Depot rSi Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Salt tWtllsell privately Will also sell a i5 boner All In good horse power sel at a bargain to close up business Will take part pay In lumber POWELL BWBMIEY Stanford Ky Dar1 TraBloft DIALIB 1M wnisk Brandy Wines Beer GlQars Etc Carpenter Howe Close tq STANFORD KY tttntlon Nolhlne but the be lo PlOmpl drink an rIIIO cr telegraph orders receive troapt attention FOR SALE Ten acres ot land a twostory front seven room cottage The house Is new A splendid garden orchard There Is a large mill on place a good crusher and the dam Is In good the natural power U great economy In running the mill business Is In gooda splendid repair has all necessary outbuildings The owners only reason for selling fa the rush of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This property Is on the Hanging Fork about 4 miles- from Stanford and can be bought at a for further particulars 80 Thurmond Lytle L U IIcones Stanford Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky r Alt persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do ell to see us We have a number of woe Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone It to sell place LlnrYIStable I O Mammy Insurance flaent Solicits a share of the patronage- of the property owners in counties of 1nwln and Casey who may be Insurance hire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLine Corn represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kentucky 1tIDIG5TIONI Mb trouble Thedfords Black goodIntors medicine I took In a jre rilK8 SARAH ESIIIRFIBLD ElletUville lad ThedfordsD1ackDraugbt ac tion of the stomach and cures even chronic cases of indigestion If you will a small dose Thed fords Block Draught occa sionally you will keep your perfect THEDFORDS lA DRAUGHT More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only rel- ievesI constipation butcures t diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All druggist sell 25cent packag- esThedfords Black Draught is the best medi to regulate the bowels I have ever usedMRS- A M GRANT Eneadi Ferry N 0 COt11PATI10- i a PARK HAIR BALSAM bnurtfla Uu hats lramot l a laiujUnl powth trayIranCunt Kalp dliraiM Jl ba u tullogi I IUt Jru THE Joseph Price InfirmaryI- s all the year for the treatment of- surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when services are rendered and must boa paid promptly I BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pena In Connection Ea D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers 1MODBALUIHI FarnlturelIIattln8RUp They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a csll Prices right STANFORD KENTUOK J+ c+ 1icCbMY UNDERTAKER EMBALla1ER And Dealear In SABITZSS SiDDLDT1DO Stanford Ky GEORGE I Ne GILLOCK TJpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Bnstonvlllei Ky Has removed to his new and elegantly fitted rooms next door West of the P O Agency for firstclass Laun dry Newa Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business solicited HUMMER JR Day stallion 15 34 hands a good indi I vidual with abundant speed He is by Hummer 6112 sire of Bouncer 209 Stately 2rx4 Spalpeen 2121 Quickly 214 21514 Speedon 219 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 dam Is Zulma by the great Lord Russell dam Godiva by Auditor 773 Will stand at SIO to insure a living co- ltHAPSBURG 509 tCi hands high Dy 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 Hapsburg is a pure 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 minutes Any one wishing a very high bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style action should see this horse Willstand at tho- to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid jack at 8to Mares grazed at ez per monthwhich in all cases must be paid before are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J K BAUOUMAN Hustonville I raaaerotweaayyerwSentence SelQehneii U the heart of sin Tho fussy are never effective Obedience U better than oblation Character li crystatlied conduct Revenge It sweetest when renounced- Morcoea multiply as we mcaauri themOnly manufactured doubts are adver Used Nothing polls the life like living Cor the spoils Our victories depend on how we take our detente Giving happiness U the only score of getting It There li no delight for those nhi turn back from duty An tjnbrldled tongue goes with an unburdened brain Sine of Imagination are more that Imaginary elns A principle hung upon the wall II Worse than none at all A mans love for God may be mess ured by hit life for men You can hardly expect to Ret fire out of a cold storage religion The man who can smite at a small trouble will subdue a great one The man who U looking for a chance to be grateful ls cover without ono With an uneducated heart there ClnI never be more than a halfeducated headIt Is ono thing to work up your lenI timents and another to work out yourI salvation Chicago Tribune THIS OUGHT TO CONVINCE Penny Will Pay For Hyomel Himself When it Falls to Cure Catarrh If I only knew It to be true I would not hesitate a moment This Is a thought tho average person has when reading the claims of rome of the medi cines that aro advertised as cures for ca tarrhThe results from the ute of Ilyomei are so remarkable in the cure of catarrh that they seem beyond belief The fact though that Mr Penny one of the best known druggists Jn this section has so ouch confidence in the power of Ilyome to cure catarrh that he sells it under bit personal guarantee to refund the mopel lithe purchasers can say that It did not help them ought to convince the most skeptical that Ilyomei can be relied upon to cure all catarrhal troubles no matte bow serious or deepseated Tho complete Ilyomei outfit consisting r of a neat Inhaler that can be carried IE the purse or pocket a medicine droppti and a bottle of Hyomel costs only one dollar Additional bottles of Hyome can be procured for fifty cents making It the moat economical of treatments Catarrhs colds which are so commoi at this season of the year have been cur ed In a day Mild cases of catarrh thai have become chronic are frequently cur ed In a week or 10 days Now is the time to begin the use of Hyomel remem bering that Penny tells every package 01 a positive guarantee to refund the money if It fails to cure JODOE M O SAUFLEV We want to- go on record that we favor the aiplra tlon of Judge M O Saufley of Stanford for judge of the court of appeals It It not altogether from the fact tba he was born In Wayne county that We express this sentiment but upon the higher and more praiseworthy ground of his qualifications for this high poll tlon It Is not every day nor every where that you find a man who poiieai es all the earmarks of the judge but in him we are glad to acknowledge that all of these elements abound In equal prominence Hit experience on the bench Is lal Ire and varied and nature with deliberate purpose cast his mind In the mould of a lawyer He baa an Intuitive grasp of legal problems and the analytical faculties In a high de grco and above all that htgh moral lease of justice that makes no compromise whatever with fraud or those In fluences that so often appeal to the weakness ofthe human heart Should Judge Saufley be eo fortunate at to be elected we are satisfied that be will discharge the duties of the office with emir ent ability Montlcelo Courier p aExports of manufactures from the United States promlde to exceed In the fiscal year 1004 those of any preceding year The nine months figures of the fiscal year just announced by the De partment of Commerce and Labor show a total of 817000000 greater than the corresponding months of the fiscal year 1000 In which the exports of manufact lees reached their highest figures la 1000 the exports of domestic manufactures amounted to 1433000000 for the whole fiscal year which was the highest figure ever recorded for the exports of domestic manufactures from this country In 1001 the figures showed 1411 000000 In 1002 1403000000 and In 1903 407000000 Harpers Weekly Chamberlains Stomach and Li ver Tablets Better than a Doctors Prescription Mr J W Tomer of Truhart Va says that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him more good than anything ho could got from the doctor If any physician in this country was able to compound a medicine that would produce such gratifying results in cases of Stomach troubles biliousness or constipation his whole time would be used in preparing this one medicine For sale by W N Craig 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 At circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part ot the States history and at a most critical time Ie judge ot the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of tho now constitution an well as to construe the present constitution whenever s controversy arose as to Its proper coh structlon Almost Innumerable easel have burdened the dockets ot my court touching the rights of corporations and tho exorcise of franchises under the law How well I havo discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL Good graham and cornmeal gems etc made with tour milk To make tie cornmeal gems mix half a cup of sugar one egg and one tablespoonful of butter together Add two cups of tour milk la which a teaspoonful of soda hat been dissolved Sift two cups of cornmeal and one of flour and stir the other Ingredients Into It Bake In aqulck oven r Thrown From A Wagon Mr George K Babcock was thrown from his wagon and severely bruited Ho applied Chamberlains Pain Balm freely and says It la tho best liniment he ever used Mr Babcock Is a well known cill ten of North Plain Coon There Is noth lag equal to Ialn Ihlm for sprains and bruises It will eflect a cure In onethird the time required by any other treatment Foresle by W N Craig Where are your good manners sir9 demanded the austere woman who was clinging to a strap Left em at home maam saId the hardened villain In the leltIIHaint got DOthln with me but jest the or dinary treat car manners Minister You seem o baglad to have me visit your home Young Hopeful Yet sir Whenever you come we have a bully dinner Youth For sick headache take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure it certain For tale by W N Craig LUMBER WANTED I I want to buy staves rpokes heading lumber togs etc Will pay highest cash price at Moreland D II 0 Pey- tonNOTICE I am handling a lot ot young horses Have an experienced driver and to do the work charges are 115 per month Horses also handled on commission L O DUNN MU Salem Ky UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost- a good as now for a amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for lets money Give me a FRAKK ATKIKS Stanford The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUGABS Froprittor Electric Lights In every room RtfumlshtJ and under entire New Management Bob the fivorlu porter meets all trains Large WelMlrhted Staple Room R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office In Myers Rouse Parlor Phone 01 I i t HADKERHEFBARIAI1Ye kerchiefs at a low price because they arc small i lots and will give you the benefit byselling i them at i 10 CENTS EACH None worth less than 25c and sumo more this is an unusual chance to get handkerchiefs cheap Come soon and havo tho first pick te n tlla T o MILLER Danville Ku THE GLOBE To the Trade I have bought Mr W13 McKinneya intorost in our stock nnd I will continue the business atomic place and on game basis as heretofore Wo appreciate the trade that has boon extended to us during our business association and will appreciate a con tinuance of same promising to give you tho fleet goals and prices the markot will aiibnl Vary Kwpcctfiifly W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Miss Sue Rout hookkec era J W Runt Jr K G ioode clerks and llarve Steward purtor Some loss Seqse Reasons whya tin root not a shoot iron U the boat roof made let It will last three times as long as the bast shingle and will cost very i little more 2nd It will conduct lightning as good as any lightning roil if the gutter 1 I is connected to a tile with down spout and There is 50 per cant lasa danger ef fire anti it will reduce tho insur ance enough to pay tho dllturonco between it and a cheap roof i See S II Aldridge the tin nor and plumber that does the work Phone No 110 S H ALDRIDGEIDepot First National Bank Of Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50QOOt This Institution was originally established as the Deposit lank of In list then reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford 1865 and again reorxanlied as the First National Uaik of Stanford la list having had practically an uninter rupted existence for U years It is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Directors J n Paxton J n Owiloy S U Shank W O Walker Oeo W Garter II loster L 0 Oooch W II Cummins DrlghtU w II Shanks r Officers i J I ROCKER Preei 8 T IlAHRm V Ires J McBOnRRTS Ohr W U WEAKRNAMt Ohr Directors F ReId OanrllU B T Harris Stanford J 8 Rocker Stanford E L Tanner M D Elmore Stanford DatJlbmanlltaDfor4T Jas Robinson Rubble J H Itaughman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford Ed Carter Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK r CAPITAL STOCK 50000 I j I Successors to Tbe Farmers Dank A Trust Company and under earn continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Officers S H SHANKS President 1 J B OWSLEYCashier I W M niUOHT Aut Cashier Our Annual Clearance Sale Of Ladies HighGrudo Shoes is now onI2 to 350 Shoes nil go ut 1lCr pair while they last These are n little out of style or odds and ends but nil high grade goods Call anti look through the stock W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky J