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J SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALS Y I VOL XXXIIIt STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 14 1905 3 P M NO 4 1 A MATRIMONIAL David Holland aged 03 and Mle era Walker 14 were married Ht CUD trot Clty Joienh HIIUUBQd 60 nocTMlM Salll 1 Satchel 14 eloped from 1oruvtllo sl Dolto Laurel that Stale and wr made ono Tbo knowing ones say there will be woddloll on Logane Creak tomorrow In wblcb a Stanford ceotlfinan will a lending role 4play wedding took plies nl Uulwell In which the bride bride groom bet mao and a brldttnati were aUde ltnute New York bat solved the rapid tree elL problem KIcbtMn ooupl were hunwd from the state of ramrlmon to tb rule of Blagl bleeinvi In 13 minute l r Jndee Trtmx LouUrllli rl me Newt comes Iron Colorado Snrlne that Edwin Walum too at Irol J fl Wnlwi formtrly a iwolftmr In Oter College DollU tae Mee warded 10 MUt Mabel Kftrttl as belri of a fortune Aoproilmatior llMOOOO- ID Russia sve wwm ot the uses ant cieea marries or pmMod to marry Ifs girl cotes twine dwtrtoa tba no one loteodt to ark her to marrr the leans borne f0tl to tome dicta aUtrkt and return alter a time to ac nounce that the It n widow that he went away to be married and that bei husband bill tlnee died No mbar ratting cjuntlooi are put to her lor among too pcstaou It Is considered bae form to mention a dead man to hli widow Tbl ourlou custom goes to s bow In what high regard the women ol Russia look upon the Inttltutlon of marriage Ieartont Weekly OTTENHEIM John Wentsel Iaim oonttutd to hi bedTerry A Newell are bilk atrala It the neighborhood nuking saves O M Adam had another oow to 1o0 mad last week ODd dIe Tott make two that be has lost In lose tban s monthAndy MoKlnney 110 Garrard where 1 he It employed George Maronhaaxi ot Gftrrard 1la this community 111 leg frlendt- Garley Adam and Jaraot GrlOli have formed a partnertblp for the Sum mer One furnlihe the wood and the other the water but there was nothing said who furnUhed the bread and meat Mr James Ilammoadt and children woo have been visiting her father and other relatives hate returned to Hleh mood Jennie Adam who hat been quite III It much Improved William HlgglDt Anderpon who hat been tlat with paeumonla It muob bttter at this wrltlqg Johnnie Anderton the llllli ton of Win Anderroc It very sick with pneumonia G M Ballard and Hiram s Kldd are on the ovo of going to Somer r set Both are good olllstn and WI 1will give them op with regret Mr le a splendid Sunday Sebool r rlnallard A Letter From Home lln cue ton O Ur Idea te adopted Dear Jim The aropi It doing well Toe calf It hit enweb to tnli Ice traded oil the brindle eow r And we aint trot hat one jwet now t The boeese all It tat and stork that fob It rather weak 1Except that liint nothing qva r 1Weve bad him nigh on SO year think Ill put the hollow held In corn and oats It ougbtnr ylohl t A heavy orop The land It rich And JI the thing fer oat andetch IThoro is no newt to peak ol Jim Jones It jut at trim At when you taw her In the tail The bike are well I guett tbRt1i all But stop I most forgot bout dad I jrpecttho nownll make you tad You know that dad wee getting old i Just 00 years had oor him rolled And no I much regret totay Wo chloroformed poor dad today And thats bout all tho newt until 7 I write again Your brother Bill- Pittsburg Post The lato King of Saxony left the richest collection of crown Jewels In EurOpe One glass cvio In tho green vaults at Dresden contain assorted let ol the most costly gems In one U nothing but sapphires In another em erald In another rubles Jn another diamond In another pearls The largest ruble weigh 48 and 40 carats The rarest gem la a green diamond weighing 40 oaratr There are two of Martin Luthers rings and one of Mo lancthon At Denver Col Georgo Sohlttler u teamster angered bicuuso of his de feat by K Fill In a law suit shot and killed Fill and his wife and set are to Ib ibeV house Returning to hla home SohUtler barricaded himself and ehot and wounded three men who attempted hit capturo Ho was flnaly Killed Safo blower robbed bank at lien frow Oil of 12700 t LANCASTER Mia L xsie Hudson iaenervouspros tralloBBdKina Btrkele bought a pair 01 mulM at Brodboid for 1850 J P Hog ere bought two yearling ualve of Goo Grajion for f25 Mr aod Mr Klward Allender of LexIngtoB are vltltlog Mrs Jcnnl WMI Mlts Praokle KaulTman U re ported tome better Bubo Bcnily who shot and klllci Leonard Slmpton on troll Llok In Oar rard on aoouunt of an old grudge toad hit examining trial and was acquitted James Huffman ton of Frank Uufl rain of GarrarJ was kicked on its bead br abort and will probably die Tee unfortunate boylrlt an eye oei year ego by an uooldaaiul blow Circuit court oonveoad yesterday Judge nell chart to the grand Jury wa very taarnad ned oomprehenktva Tba docket was allied aid sues tat lor trial aottiloKof InporiAoct being tried Moaday Mr Leander Davidtno war buried Sunday In tba LaaeapMr otmeury Mr Davldcoa wnt about 70 and wee one of Garrardo mss nrotnlaaat elitaent his wile tad tore enlldrea Roberi L GOY and Mrs 7 T tees rQrvlva Old Uaola DaoiiU Brows colored of LotUBKJVTB warn up in the city today Oetayt If baliVM uattl ire Sad of this month ba will be 113 year of ago He came from Maryland In 1800 aid tayi that be walked most of the way Uneln Dennl Is In apparently good health bit mind being extraordinarily clear An event of great interest In local toolety Is the announcement ol the weJdlng of MUt Mary GUI and Dr G C Farli wblcb will lake plaoe Wed auday evening 2ind at 8 oclock at tba home of the bride Tbo ceremony will be performed by Rev Donald McDonald an uncle of the brldo They will Immediately after the ceremony drive to Danville and take the train for tho South for a short trip Oqly rela tives and a few Intimate friends will be present POLITICAL Simple InprcMlve services marked the fbneralof the late Senator W B Bate at Nashville The Protldent appointed Senator James B MoCreary a member of the Board of Vltltort to lne Naval Academy The president has decided to consid or no more applicants for positions In tba consular service till after bis re turn from his Southern trip It Is reported that the Senato will ratify on Friday of this week the Santo Domingo treaty as amended A state mont hat been Issued oiling a letter by Secretary Blaine to the Minister to France ae a precedent The special commission created by President Roosevelt to consider the subject ol naturalliulon will submit a full report at the next regblnr session of Congrats EvUaaea has been foufffl to Indicate a large number of false and fraudulent oatM The Senate oommlttaa Is to glow abort making a report on the Hpjiotnu Bunt ol the Negro lawer Anderson to the collcciortblp In New York that mere U talk of a bold an la his oata The Nw York Senators while not pleased arc acquiescent but certain WnsMra members are said to be stir rlof up opposition to his confirmation The absorbing topic of discussion In political nlrcleb In Nashville Iii the Senatorial suooasston At prosonfr It teems to be Gov Frazier against tbo laid Friends of former Coy Benton MoMlllin and Robert Taylor are kdvla ing them not to contest the olectlon to tho vacancy with Frazier but they have not signified any Intention of stay log out of a contest CHURCH MATTERS There ore 20 millionaires lu Shady lido church of Plttsourg ot which the Rev Klnsey Smith Is patter Rev Dr P T Hale who wont from Coniucky to be president of the South rcstcrn Baptist University has raised 70000 of the 100000 endowment do aIred Rev Phillip Fall King one of the Ideal preachers of the Christian huroh In Kentucky former pastor of the Christian church at Carlisle has iccepted a call to Mlllersburg- At a result of the recent revival the lethodUt church has received 31 ac ce alone and a tow others are yet to mite Tho Second Presbyterian church IBS received 23 to date Twelve have been taken Into the Christian church with several more to come and 10 have iaen taken Into the Baptist Danville All vocato By the explosion of a bomb In a hotel ID St Petersburg the owner of the In1 ernal machine was blown to atoms and the wife of an army olllcer was killed The man was packing his effects at the time and the explosion wee probably accidental NEWS NOTES The Bank of Lawtun at Lawton 0 T Is In the hands of a receiver Mr Lone Lancaster of Cadis Iltd suddenly while visiting a friend The big general store of Max Pranl lie at Audobon was daitroyed by On Alexander Martin was banged at Toronto Ont for the murder ol bit child A bank has bean organised at Wacc Madison acuity with a uaptiat stock 01 116000 Mrs Nancy Kelly the oldest whit woman In Maryland U dead nl the IIJlO of 107 years- Augustus U Cobb banker and bait owner of the Suffolk Kaltlln Mill commuted suicide at Suffolk Va Andrew Caraeslls to lit 4440 for his aiteodanoa at the Cnadwtok trIal and has been raileved of the ncotbltt of tesilfyiag The Harrison county fraud jury adjourned after reiurelnc250IndloUnenti nasty SOOot them belDK against tbe Standard 011 Co Slxtaaa prltoaers eoaOoad U the Jnll auUot Springs m4e a dash for liberty ODe wee kilted use escaped and tbe others woreoaptured Harvard Uatarelty will receive 81 000000 or more by the will of the lalo William V Milton a retired tea porter of Plltefleld Muw Two Negro murderers were hanger In the JAil yard at Huntington Ala Ono Of the condemned spent bis lalL hour In hi volt hootlni crape It In reported In Plttsburg that Pre Idenl Rootoveli has given permlssloi to labor leaders to go among Cover men workmen for the purpose of or ganlitng them Into unions Col Caleb flues fur many years an Instructor In the United State Mllltar Academy and subsequently forolgi purchaclng agent for me Confederate army dlod suddenly at Highland Falls N Y at the age of 75 years Coal land frauds In come respect re sembllng the Oregon timber steal have been uoeartbed In Utah where hundreds of thousands of acres arc salt to be Involved ownership being ac- quIred by corporation by questionable methods The United Mine Workers of West ern Kentucky by approving the prel dents recommendations which Includ ed the raise virtually made n demand for an Increase In the wage scale from jSI to 86 cents Anotberstruggle wltb the operator Is expected Mrs Margaret U Hays of Colorado Springs daughter of Jeflerson Davis has written a letter urging the Coated orate veteran of Mississippi to use every endeavor to have the State prop erly recognized In the inscription on the Davis monument at Richmond Va The will of Mr Josephine L New comb bequeathing her property to the H Sophie Newcomb College for Wo men in New Orieanewaausteined by the referee In the suit of heirs to con test tbo will By the decision the col loge will be enriched by more than CS 260000 henry li Gray Of Birmingham sled a petition In court asking for a receiver for the South aad North Ala berate railroad and further prayed fur an Injunction against the LouUvllh nod Nashville to prayant It ealllng the stook of the North and South Alabama to Itself for 927 60 a share Judge Wheeler of toe United Statoi circuit court Qf appeals In Now York rendered an opinion In favor of the American Sugar Refining Co which If finally sustained will cost the government 5000000 The quesilon In volved Is one of refunding duties paid on sugar Imported from Cuba Drilling for oil Is 10 bo on a large scale this spring and summer in Ken tucky and Tcncsioe Operators have begun to move machinery Into sections out of the scope of regular activity The present agitation in JCunsas Is ealii to be depressing the market and keeping down the price ol nrude oil In New Yorks Ghetto there Is a street where there Is at least one doctors shn on every house on both sides of the way for two block end one house a grout tenement like the rcsti has on It four signs of votaries of the healing arttwo physicians one dentist and one nob mme or midwife Rumors were rife In Wall Street Sat urday that Rockefeller Vanderbilt and Pennsylvania Interests had agreed on a gigantic consolidation of railroads Into which tho Vanderbilt lines wore to be luueo One story Is that the Un ion Pucflo la to be the controlling com parry while another has it that the New York Central Is to dominate the combination A Safe Cough Medicine For Children In buying a cough medicine for child ren never bo afraid to buy Chamberlains Cough Remedy There Is no danger from It and relief Is always sure to follow It It especially valuable for colds croup and whooping cough For sale by Lyue lire Crab Orchard HUSTONVILLE W H Hill died a few days ago Riled about Page Woolford has accepted a post tlon with the Hotel Newtonian Glen Mary Coal 12ic and cannel coal Ifljc Coal on hand at all times W Is Wlgham Moreland tf- Cowan ft MoCormaok are buying B car load of bogs and are In the market for several cars of good shipping cattle- S D Yowell has a floe pet olllgatoi that ho Is training to do stunts out 01 the ordinary for his amphibious tribe The pUns for several buildings to gc up In our olty the coming Summer are maturing and desirable lots are salable at good prices W O Greening and George Alford returned from New Orleans Saturday where they sold ear of Rood hordes at taiUfietory prices Another oar of furniture has been reoelyad by J G WeaUierford h Co and will soon be ready for Inspection This Una fills a long felt want in our city Mrs Sftllle Moran of Junction City Is visiting relatives here Charles Bo boo Jr returned from Mlslsslpp Saturday looking as flee as cpllt Mlk Hit mother aad Mr Ed Stagg will return about April let Henry M Stanley ot Carpenters Creek died suddenly Tuesday after noon of senility literally worn out by bard work at least 360 days of every year until exhaustion lest winter put An end to his Indefatigable labor Throughout a robust lire of more than 70 years he was rarely too to work Always too busy to take note of others methods advice weighed nothing against his experiences and be plodded along la the old ruts of farming and gardening which prevailed In bis boy hood Naturally suspicions no bank was considered as safe a custodian of his money as he knew bis secret pocket Shoe and various hiding places end It Is probable that much of bis board will never be found Al one tIme his house was entered by masked men and ho was forced to give up several hundred dollars If be suspected the robbers his fear of them prompted an earnest denial of even a suspicion He survived three wives and Is surviv ed by only one family of grown grand children and one son of 14 year It was the first Instance In our cemetery that Interment was left entirety to the undertaker and sexton Henry wee not a miser Ever a bountiful provider and prodigal lo purchase ol whet appe lite or fancy prompted IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Strother Curd a prominent citizen of Burglnjs dead The widow of H K Wilson is dead at Barbourvllle aged 80 Miss Alice Barbee Is dead at Dar vllle She had beep an invalid motof her life Mrs W S Saviors home In Laurel burned and her family barely auuped cremation The etore of The Snow Majraaniile Co at Snow Adalr ooonty burned causing a big lose Rev J W Walton was found dead near Somerset The oororiqrV Jury said that death came from natural cam el Mrs Laura Phillips widow ofJsraea- G Phillips died ai her horns In Lbs non from the luflrmlilas of old age She was 83- George Coulter Jr tulotdad In Washington county He was only 14 years old and no cause for his rash act Is has been appointed postmaster at Altamont Laurel couniyand W H McHargue at Shopvllle PulaE countyThe Mountain Democrat will change its name to The Llural County Local to overcome prejudice against the present name Judge Charles McDowell of Dan ville has boon appointed Special Judge ot the Washington circuit court to try tho cases In wblcb Judge Isaac H Tburman was employed as attorney Tho jury In the case against James Farmer for the murder of Blalnp Combs In Clay county reported that It way impossible to agree upon u verdict af tor two day and was finally discharg ed Chamberlains Colic Cholera And Dlaruhoea Remedy The great succcsn of tide preparatlou In the relief and cure of bowel complaints ias brought It into almost universal use It never falls and when reduced with wa cr and sweetened Is pleasant to take It- Is equally valuable for children and ilults For sale by Lyric Ilros Crab Orchard Mary had a little stock On margin dont you KUOW An every way she didnt thins The stock was sure to go Now York Sun A seat on the New Yore Stock Ex honge hat been aald fur 8S2 500 yom prier with IIk HIGGINS FmmII i I STANFORD KYI1 H d LaPorte Vehicles Honest Work Attractive Styles Over 300 of these pleasure vehicles have been sold in Lincoln county which is of itself evidence of their merits The following list of representative citizens who are using LaPortoVeliiolqs ii made up from memory there are many others to nilof whom we rofor as to evidence of the worth of this work Preston Beck Hon J S Owley Sr McClarylas Hon M C SaplUy I U Paxton lion H C Warren SanfleyJohn J K Beailer Livery LiveryI14H Hughes W P Grimes S Rocker Dank Pro dt LynnDr ODannoo Andrew Gooch Cicero Reynolds J F Holdam M S Baughman Jas IL Baughman lno Oaughman TraylorT Col T P Hill J Brookack Wa Underwood Luther Underwood Cut Babanks Robert Sims K Van Arldale Joins Qingaman James Hays llailuv Thos Dudderar Porter Robinson Sidney Dunbar li P Woods Woods I N Sam S J E T E C Walton C V Gentry C Shanks tv W J C Judge J P Bailey v H A C Carman C H J Darst Full carload of these popular vehicles re cently received by E T Pence Co Agents for Lincoln Countyf The New Store Is in the top row for selling to 3otl Jfobby and cUp To iDate- Soods Kcasoimhle Prices Onr Spring of McnV and Cliihlrons Clqthiny Snots and is complete Wo in t ito everybody to come stud inspect oUt goods as it will bo pi interest to you as well as to us SMM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Till BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth Seasonable Goods the Great Bargain Sale of Sveeter Iembrook it Co of New York This is opportunity which seldom occurs Wo adviso all who can come as earlas possible attend this tho greatest sale wo have ever offered Ladlos Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor made suits worth S1G and 520 taro on solo at 450 750 Ladies uptodate Jackets 85 to 810 tow on sale at 250 to 84 Ladios and Misses Skirts worth 8150 up to 85 are now on silo at USe to B82 48 Ladies corsets front lOo tip Latest stylos of petticoats front fiJc tip Ladies dress anti coarse Shoos nt i8c mid up Robert Woods James H Higgins Menefee W Menefee Brabry Sr Pence W Withers Hays James Lynn Denham Vanoy At Line Hats of From an to to to W Mens and Childrens Furnish- Ings Great lino of Shoos for children from 15c up Ins Dross and work iyg Shoes from OSc up Mens Clothing from 3n suit up Mens nice Ovorconfn from 8251 up lIens Sunday Pants from 75c up Chil drons nice threo piece suits from 75c UtInOdroll and Ladies Stockings from 4c up S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY THE INTERIOR JOURNAl E C WALTON TUB battle of Mukden appears from reports to have been tbo bloodiest over known The number of moo ncapei la varlouslv estimated at 800000 to a million The total Russian loan lent puted at 160000 tbat of the Japanae 60000 Beforo tbe present war tbe battle of Lelpztsr In 1813 wa the bloodiest In modern history when the Germans lost 47000 and tbeFrlooh 60000 The ereatett battle ever foijrh In this country was that of OeUjobon In 1863 when 117000 Federate defeated 68000 Confederates The former lost including prisoners 17000 the laue 27000 The Confederate load of 40 percent was tho largest percent jf vei known War Is always bell as Gel Sherman remarked but that In the Orient seems peculiarly horrible tbe accounts of the battles and the hard ships being enough to run ones blood cold The little Jape do not look like they could stand eo much and fight well but tbev have demonstrated thai they ara brave heroic and daring They have whipped the Russians right along and but for tbe force of numbers would have routed them Even now IE the face of the story of carnage the Cur proclaims that he will raise anoth er army and continue what eeema a hopeless fight It Is a pity that the Powers do not Intercede and demand a cessation of hostilities and stop the fearful slaughter TUB growth of National expenditures is appalling Tbe aggregate appropriations at tbe last session of Congress were 37000000 more than that of a year ago and 192000000 more than the estimated revenues The appropria tions of the last four years are more than a billion dollars greater than those of a four year period 10years ago an Increase of over 60 per cent The Congress just closed appropriated more money than the one that defrayed the costs of tbe Spanish War The custo mary surplus has been turned into a deficit and the republicans have DO remedy to propose except that the National Income will Increase They bow f ever refuse to consider the decrease In the National expenditure As neces san aa Is a navy there is no neces alto to spend a hundred millions a year on It and but for tbe policy of Imper ialism of which some of the republl can leaders are getting tired there need be no such large army as la now provided for The old saying that If you give a thief rope enough he will choke himself to death may be realized in tbe case of the republican managers who seem bent at leaet on chok fug the life out of the common people by taxation A day of reckoning must come and then honest folks will have their inning THAT the Harglses should be tried la some other county where their In fluence Is not so all pervading as in f Breathitt Is evident but If reports be true Fayette county can not assure them a fair trial The prejudice cre ated there against them by two repub lican sheets that hammer at them all the time while either handing around the hat for Caleb Powers or trying to create sympathy for that meanest of as sassination conspirators renders It It is said almost Impoeslble to get a fair jury In Fayette county and If tbe ac cused are as wise as we think they are they will seek a change of venue JUDGE JACKSON of West Virginia whom President Lincoln appointed tot the Federal bench 44 years ago has r- e1tired at last He Is away In the SOs and there has been a general demand In his party for hIs resignation for some time so that some other henchman might be rewarded Judge Jackson doubtful claim to fame lies In the fact that he neverfalled to grant injunctions against laboring men and to send them to jailI for the slightest Infraction The mag hate has lost a valued assistant CHICAGO IB to open a school for child wives Investigation shows that In one tenement district alone more than a score of wives under 14 were found The Windy City should instead of such a school secure the passage of a law prohibiting marriages under a sen t slbleage TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL was the tint paper in the State to publish the news of the court of appeals decision In the Hargls cases You can always depend on tbe I J for the latest In every zthingTBOOIIEtt WASHINGTON advises the Negroes to raise more chickens This IB good advJce but the average son oft Ham will continue to get them in the same old way t r Representative W W Tabb of Har k din county Is a candidate for State Senator in the HardlnBullllt district The writer having bad the pleasure of with him in the Lower Branch fofthe General Assembly la glad to a he Is wlthont opposition and t hopes that ha will be nominated He made a most excellent representative ri and was ever watchful of the Interests tofhis home people and the State at large Be made an enviable record as- a i law makerAi f n 1 REFUSED BAIL The Hargises and Callahan are In Jail at Lexington Callahan and Elbert Hargii came on their own accord LEXINGTON KY Mnroh HTho Harrises were landed In jell at Lexing ton y 9terdar and spent lust night It the bueille Owing to tho abnccce 01 Commonwealths Attorney Allen ap plIoatioQ for ball was not made on the arrival but was deferred till 0 oolocl morning Elbert Bargls ottne In last night and Sheriff CallahuB this morning and were lodged In Jill Application 68 made fur ball but Commonwealth ob beardIaence for ball at earliest date court will fix W P WHERE u AND THERE Prof Ernest Grimme aged 83te dead at Danville Great damage was done by a storm In Southern California J Y Johnson a wholesale grocer of Bowling Green Is dead Medical Director Georgo A Bright U S N died In Washington Two thousand dollars In cash was secured by sale blowers at Genoa O Two more men were sentenced to prison for election frauds In Denver An unsucceisful attempt was mad to burn tbe cojrtbouso at Princeton Henry Norcross Nunn editor of the Scientific American Is dead in New York Twentysix lives were lost by the ex plosion In tbe Cambrian colliery in WalesSteps to connect Lexington and Mayevllle by an electric lino are on ID earnest A school fur child wives way bees tablished by the Chicago Board of Ed ucation Jeremiah Barber a Now York po iceman has fallen belrtoa fortune of sawUlM The Bank of Benton Marshall coon ty was robbed of 4000 by ufeblowers who escaped Roy Hlldebrand a 14 yearold boy ol P1tt burl was kidnaped and Is being held for ranson The Bowling Green Board of Educa lion has decided to employ no teacher who has past the age of 60 John Hilton a well known young bue ball player of East Hunuvlllc Ala died from a sun stroke William L Schatswann of Maysvlllc a sufferer from grip committed suicide by drowning In the Ohio river Tbe twoyearold eon of William lies slg of Boonevllle Ind fell Into a tub of boiling water and was scalded to deathJoe Craig the Kentucky giant who was seven feet eight Inches high und weighed over 400 pounds died of ery sipelas In Montgomoryeounty Tbe women of Mosuow have address ed an appeal to the Czirlna begging her to use her Influence to have the emperor listen to the pleadings of bU country for better conditions Phillip Molntvro the former Ten lessee lawyer who Is wanted In 19 States of the Union foralleged forgery and who recently was sentenced to one year In the Virginia penitentiary upon a plea of guilty following hIe arrest in New York and extradition papers to tbls State has ben taken to the pen entlary at Richmond Va Mrs Cassle L Cbadwlck was con- vIcted at Cleveland on seven counts of lonsptracy to defraud the United Slates by conspiring to procure the certlfica Ion of checks on a national bank when there were no funds In the bank to her credit The extreme penalty fixed bylaw la a fine of 110000 or Imprisonment ror not more than two years on each ount The jury was but two hours In caching a verdict When Mrs Chad wick grasped the meaning of it she san In her cbalr Later she bad an tack of hysteria which lasted 15 minutes The womans attorney made a notion for a new trial Judge Taylor nnounced that later bo would set aday or argument on the motion FLATWOOD G W Spangler of Crab Orchard spent several days last week with W H Furr Dr Farris was was here on business Saturday Ho Is oing to the mountains where be has secured a lucrative practice Ben Pollard and wife visited at Mrs Florence lormlneys Sunday Rev Murrell filled his pulpit at Goodhope Saturday and Sunday preaching two sermons each day J W Coldiron Is out after a tong llnesa The hemp growers of this lo allty seem to be down In tbo mouth ilna of last week preventing breaking for several days W L Lawson bought of W B Furr eight fat hogs at 8425 Rev A J Murrell will go to Wallace ton o preach Saturday and Sunday Zittle tk Sons of Waco delivered 400 aliens of their fine crockery ware to- W H Furr Wednesday Last Tues doy was drummers day at Flatwood leasra Morris of Richmond Rosen teln of Frankfort and Mulllns of Mt Vernon were among the Jollytlllrlp handlers George Miller while work IDIl in his barn loft slipped and fell rough breaking his heel and the front bone of tbe leg Just above the ankle B IRANI DENQAM Tbe above U a fair likens of BIram Denhnm wbo was taken to the Frank frt o nltenitarv this morning hv She Iff 0ugbman Be was oonvlifil ot tbe November term of tbe Lincoln circuit court for assaulting and robbln Mr C H VanArsdtttc near Quiion vllle and has been In jail here await tag the action of tbe court of appeal since his conviction lest Novembe wblob court reoeotlv aaVmed his Icn teoee of three years James Cottrell was jointly Indicted for tho same ol tense and Is now In the penitentiary serving a like term Mulligans celebrated bloodhounds were mainly In strumental their capture and con vlctlon Mr Baugbman alo took wIth Denham lo tbe penitentiary Will Bottom Bun Harlan Jets Bryant Jeue MulllnsGcorge Bradley Jesse Baugb man Henry Traylor and Jimmie Green were taken to the House of Reform to serve from two to two and a half year each for stealing chickens from B J McRoberts they being under IS year of age All of tbe above are Ne roes cxceot Denham Mr Baughman tool with him as guards James N Cash acd Georgo T Wood- Buildings erected by the govemnmec at the Ford lock are doomed the rive having cut around the dam Miss Effle Aldrldge of Louisville died at the home of her uacle W S Aldrldge In Danville Trainmaster Sherman of tbe Ql C has resigned WANTED I want to tarts a rood tlnlllon to malce the season of 1N6 lIne a good stand dress J J SMITH nrodbMd Ky Ginseng For Sale I an going to rove to Southern Call for nln and want to dlflpete of my Oliueng Garden Have lTM 1MI seed I will tell at i IMe Wilt oleo tell my stock at plant attiu II per 1N J9 Thompson Lan caster Ky Notice A stray pale red helter with a white bushy taU uuderbU la Itt ear about SJ year old came to my premises abou Aug 1W My residence U In Llucoli county near Mt Salem Said cow wa vat ued at UG Thta Jan Leos W L LUCAS V II Compton J P L 0 BEECHERM- ylance Black Jack will nuke the season erred al my slaM three mile North of Cub OrclurJ at To INSURE LIVING COLT money ht heft colt It fojleJ or the mare parted with a lien rrtak by law on colt until teatoa Is p14 tot mpofltifel for icjljtnu but care taken te prtvent same e and Is bock with poInta jlreJ by Joe Blackburn anj he SfConJ Prince and he ImprteJ Idoce from Sflnf- lrsl4am CarLna Taylor Second Jam NtaThird sam Ellen Buttie Fourth Jam the Bean Jennet A It STIGALL Crab Orchard Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy teadv made clothing when there is so little difference In the price of high grade ready made suits and a suit made to jour measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Spring goods I can make from a low price business suit to the tloeit drew suit Also Spring overcoats and trout ers The company I represent is one vibe best I also have a line goods I snake up myself for those who prefer it H C IWILEY the Tailor PRESTON 922 This premium saddle stallion of the world will make the season of 1905 at the table of C Bailey on Old Lancaster Sireet in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 13 years old JS4 hands high a perfect model with great style action and speed Preston was sired by Washington No S he by Cromwell No 73 ist dam Belle ly Roderick 2d dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by J T 2renshaw of Lexington Ky and Montgomery Chief owned by Ball Bros Why yolt should breed to Preston i Because he is the greatest show horse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great show horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Vare for 2000 Rebecca that sold at New York Exchange lo Geo Watson for 8650 Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Hros that won more premiums in saddle and combined rings than any three carold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for 8500 3 Because he is the only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for tcooo 4 Because he won the championship of the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 5 Because he has won more money in the show ring than any other saddle stale lion in Kentucky 6 I will be glad to show him to any ODe al my stable and invite those wishing to breed toa fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at trs- TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Mares grazed at 82 per month Care ta responsibleJ C BAILEY Stanford Ky t srreI IIr Mens Furnishings r To this branch of our business we pay especial attention and feel itjs always quite complete We sell the Fountain Shirt Noted for its length of skirt and wellfitting neckWhite Plait ed Bosom Cuff Separate or Attached Neglegees in White Black and White Tans and Blues The very newest t arate or attached cuffs Prices and 150 sizes 14 to I9Orn stein Rices Neckwear in endless varieties Midget and regu lar Strings and 4inhands 25c Puffs Ascots and 4inhands 50c Silk Handkerchiefs white fancy and solid blacks 25c and 50c Hemstitched Cotton Handkerchiefs 5c lOc and 25c Half Hose seamless grays 5c and lOc Black and Tans lOc Whitefoot Black 12 l2c and 25cJ1Harris Suspenders And Garters Rustproof buckles Unquestionably the best maker of suspendJ ers in the world pair Prices 25c and 50c Come in and see whatjwe have H J MROBERTS STANFORDI I r r1r For Rent or Lease A tpl ndl4 large dry goods storeroom and large warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Urn Stanford Ky Apply for particular to J II Uwilev or t The Lincoln County National link J II OW8LFY SunfoM Ky R Aa JONES DENTIST i Stanford K Office In Mytn Home Parlor Phone 81 E D Peyton DKALKU IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanfordn J H BOONE L CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at neaeonable Rate Also neaten ID StreetCall on ni on Depot Goal To The Ladies t opened a IIreu MaklnR fi tablUhmeit at home on Whitley Awn to watt on the la- dteot ne and will be pleased vlclolty The Van otcuttlagand IIttnjt Is lowed lame SYltem MIS8 LAWfiON Stanford Ky Pruitt Brothers Undertakers Livery Furni turo New Goods Just Received Call and sec them- PRUITT BROS Moreland Ky Dail Tragic DIALCH in WhIskll Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc Oarpenter house STANFORD KY Olose to Prompt and polltt attention Nothing but Ibe tea to drink MI phone cr telegraph orders rcc lv crompt attention POSTED below strictly whose names appearWe kind ot tree tllrbld hunting tithing or any on our places and vlll prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Charted Enssliu J II MeAIItor Oros AdorMrs VonOruonlRan Fred vonOruentganAlbert wd VonAllman nn ItolmesAlfred Simpson George Miss Mattie IL Ilewee f Reihenct Charles OumminsDI Ollmel- W A EAmonWit Dangherty KlmoreM J ltoliman Carter Peter W arterw Nevin ker Perr111ThomasF J Coon 1 Cant Be Touched for painting Ixusia The reasons plain Mastic la tin parrot tin n fore the most durable mill ccfinciih ical TluD is n whole string of otlicr fillWH t lan Ing Jimt titf good na Masllc but thor dont pr M ll Jlnylw Utoy cant Tliu MitUyeJa of Mastic N ju lIslitHl Its nuwlo of pure Utul rfuo uinl liu ll- oUUut moat durable kind of printttntl lie purity in tliorafore uu ti riUoiie l Aa purity mAo durability tiie ipUndM w i ar ing qunliliia of Mastic lave giveu It tin t tlIe The Aiml TlMt Itand ibis title lo bnlii up by our nbeolntu guarnnt Majllo in mndo l1 PEASLEE GAUL ER11 CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY and wo heartily recommend it to jour trade FOR SALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE StoK rd C GOcbrftMi 1 The times are good und good people have good timepiece Wo have not only good but tho host timepieces on tho market mid you should noisily liavo one Our Ladies Watchiw are the poet over Goldfilled and warranted for 20 years They are gurpawcd IinOllo and equalled by low Tho price is right too Just 87CO dud here in ono you practically need Tried nail never found wanting Twentyyear Gold filled cure Elgin movement Itt a beauty Only 810 The Chafing Dishes wo have speak for themselves In tho bedroom kitchen or parlor they are indispensable Why heat up tho house in cooking what could be cooked in ton minutes hn Chafing Dish 1 Ninedollar val lies wo aro going to close out at 8050 Finciit Silver Novelties of nil kinds lint pins from 25c up A few choice selections loll for your approval Tea Sets Manicures Sots and Military Brushes arc very nice presents YOUllcccl thesis yourself Why not como in and let us show them I It would pleaso both us and yourcclf MURRAY HcADAMS Lending Jewelers Danville K- y2000FEETrattteattrr I have just received 2000 ft of Gutter und PipcjDo you remember how scarce water was lust Fall 1 Better let mo AIIIcistern Any kind of pump Also Haseldcu Filter S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky ra l Veiyie 3louncings IT ATith narrow edges stud insertion to match in tins lot 1Strnlc of them would easily retail in a regular way for rye p Those who oomo first can take the bost at only 188 a yard P Look at thu window On sale Saturday morning next at t 930 oclock THE r I STAwrolu Ky 3fAlt 11 190- t JUBTKK to your oH and to your phy itcian demand tho but mutorUU an- tI most carelut icnrlco In preparing hitI reicrlpUoDi That U the way pro cripUooi arc flllod at Iennj Drug tHoro k PERSONALS REV S M LOGAN U over from WII moreWILL n PllAXKS li Oct altw a loot spell of grip Mn N W Detunes dirking for AGoldtteln Miss MAn E JAUVIB It at Lebanon DOUlt MClUfflRKTC U with at Richmond JOHN W ROUT U up attar atwo itmle with grip JAMHS n MCKISNRV ot Mo Kinncr U dangoroudy III Miss KurAMKTH SIMPSON ot Oar rard la with Mlii Sallie Cook Dn It A JONKS returned to Cloolo call Sunday to remain a few week I of JmMRS AJ OVBltSTKiucr mloo was the guest of frleodi here MRS U J HUMHLK ul HojU U with her daughter Mr J R Powell MRS W U WlTIIHKS tptat a WMIC or ao at her father Ouut It P Pow ailI W T SMITHS Irlandi art glad IM him out after bit protracted uell I JOHN CllADWlCK el Crab Orchard It talcimaaat JT Joe A Cei ru tauranlTilBOwrrent Brent CUb will meet with Jra W M Bright at 2 V M Thursday MR J M IIAIKM awl wits of Mr art Mrwere e uof 4Lebuon vie MRS S M BPOOKAMOM ftf iha hobble tMttON le ep alter a protraoM Illness with grip HoN J OWSUIT SK rttvrMd from NaihvllU yeirdey Rreatly I proved la health GNOHOK ti URADLCV formerly pI t this piece U clerking In a Ione tore In ClDOlooatl- Ma Jossiii HOITXCUAW ol Bar Jnerd Mo U with hU eon J M Jolla elaw who U very lit MR AND Miis JOHN 0 LYNN ol Boyle were Ruett ol WI parents Mr who has a good epent Sunday tbo homclolk hero MR MILLAHD UALL ol Rowland n who hat been for a month was able to como to town veiterday DON B B KlNO of Moreland wont UP to Livingston Saturday to visit hti daughter Mrs E PUhbaok REV GlLliBHTCJLASS wont to Glasgow yesterday to preach the funeral ol a ion of an old friend named Locko Miss ANNA DtJNN U at homo from Spartan burjr S C to ace bar mother Mre Fannie Dunn who continues III JOHN A McROHKRTS ol Lebanon Junction pawed up to Livingston yes I terday to take the agency ol that oRlco- CAIT T A ELKIN who has pent the winter In Atlanta was hero Sun his homo at Lancaiday on bill way to ter AN exceedingly pretty picture of Miss Evelyn Carson of Uuitonvllle appeared In Saturday Loulvlllo TlmesMiss 1llBS of Danville has been assisting In the telephone exchange here during Mlu Nettle Wrays Indl poiltlon MISS SUE HOUT who has a good po iltlon with the Baylew Fruit Co at Lexington pen Sunday with tboI homofolk hero JWMCBKOOM ol Abln MIiS Vu who has been with her daughter returned toSbewraakerMM Prank her homo Saturday MRS J W PBRHIN and childrenI spent Sunday In Uarrard brother who had just returned trip around the world ol nuatonvlllc Miss roi LOGAN bad accepted the position of matron at fo the Gusher Hotel Danville She saw the advertisement In this paporIwho IB MR EMI D PENNINOTON deputy clerk under James F Holdum r J the circuit clerk le a most ettlclont ai Utant Ho did mot of tbo work dur ended and did It lag tho court lust splendidly IM It Josiah BISHOP U In SomerHt on huslaee IMISI KITTIB LOGAN has bum qall with rSH- SrroN M BArF Ry ol Lonlavllla pent Sunday heruIMICA It P WOODS bad a bad olgbt and continues very III JVDOB M C SACPLBY le In Wayno county on local business MR GBOIHJB B SAUPLBY wont to Frankfort this afternoon MR T A RlOB and wife went toI Loulivllle this afternoon D S McKlNNKY ol Lafolloltc Teen It wltb W O Speed MR JOHN BLAlNHuitonvllle cloy cr postmaster was hero today MRS U L ALiiniiloT of Rowland Is vUllIng at Lebanon Junction MlSalATTIB MOORBS of Loulivllle is with Mil Blanche VanDeveer L WKARKN IcuiiBS is woriclog nights at Rowland lor tbo prciont LITTLE AnCllB ItlONKY SOD Of W d Illgney has bronchial pneumonia MISSBS SUSAN AND MARY VANARS DAUtt have been guests of Lexington friends MRS JOSIAII DiSHOf of the Welt End was a seller at this oU a this morning MK8DAMK8 M J WKATHKHPORD and n S Carpenter ol Juitonvllle are here today BoKN to the wife of Dexter Ballon a daughter Lillie Carpenter for Mr J O Carpenter her aunt TIM W n tTC UI SON has moved back to Highland UI ton Dally llutohl will live In the house bo vacated tits CLRO BROWN of Mt Vernoo was on Sunday train returning from Loulivlllo where she had been buying good MISHBS MARY TRAYNOK and Willie May Jarman of Richmond will arrive tonight to tee A Noblo Outcast at Walton Opera House tomorrow eve ning IION J M ALvai soN after faltb tally tervlog his constituency In tho Legltlttlure tiboll out atDotSprlne and a visit to tbe National Capital is book at hi noel In Ibis of lee- LOCALS LAP robe bore blanket etc at J 0 MeClarvt e A KKW RtdUff plow at W D Big gist See it- ATTILVD theseIele of Mrs Juno Logan Tbnreday next SM ad It GO to K T Ienoe k Co and got cotton end meal for your now e Mop to lend on realty at 6 percent Wm S Lawwlll Danville Ky IK you are short on anything In the printing line write or call at this otBce for prices NORTH KRN SEED OATSCar each mixed and white extra nice J Q Baugbman Co 2t Taint wore 2S prlioncn In Jail boo Toro Sheriff Baughman took 10 to the penitentiary this morning FRUITS ol all kinds groceries eta cheaper than elsewhere See my stock Depot street near Main John Cook TilE home of JohnBright colored burned Sunday with all its contents Tho family was away and tbo origin a mystery JOHNSlOONAMORE JR CUt OnO Of his feet aevcrcly while splitting kind ling tho other day Ho has to use crutches for tbo present e TUB rural route Irom Huitonvlllo will bo started April 15 The number of people to bo served Is 440 houses OS A route from Junction City will begin tho same day TilE Lincoln County National Bank In order to make It aa comfortable as a long SEitA Noblo Outcast at Waltons take part and nothing will bo left un done to make tbo entertainment a first class one In every respect IN Judge W A Trlbblo court Isaiah Smith colored was floed 85 and costs case Jesse Sallee forgamlngllO Vance alter for cutting Tom Evans walvod an examining trial and was held In 1200- bond which ho gave CmofrerySale Although our trade has been very large on Embroideries and it looks as if there is no place to sell this lot Hut you liko us will not be able to resist this tempting oiler This special lot was oilurcd us while in Xcw York and wo could not refrain from buying i SEv RAIqCE SON srrANFORD I INTERIOR JOURNAL Yllit- lollrleOd LynnNit 1wltb Stanforde rriendltlhas tlmoIWednosday10VOOlnl gamingI BCY tile bMtoorn planter made from W E Biggin rfltsoat glass illverwara 9WJ at Mueller Jewelry Horn JUST reoelred one lord Northern Seed OAK E T Ienoe k Co Tall little ton born to Rev and Mrs H It Mill tome two weeks ago died Friday MR F ARID bas rented the nays farm advertised In this paper to John Johnson of Boyle TilE wells namo has been changed to Welsh Well Now let everybody tall It Welch Well A NOIILE Outcast at Waltons Opera House tomorrow night J6thI rickets on tale at MoRoberta Drug storeLOST a Dose glaise that will not suit any ono but the owner Lost between Huitonvllle plko and Dexter Ballon TilE L t N will sell roundtrite to Loolivllle March SO and 23 at II Jo 0o aooount of the Ben Our engau tuenl at Mocauley Theatre ENCLOSED pleate Acid In ex ahaafre for the obeap st and ben paperI on earth Florida le all right II D L Trimble from Jaokionvllle JOSKIMI IRICR II MARY Is again open Dr J U Carpenter Informs us Ire Tattle Drown an uperleoeedI trained curse is the lady LRcrt RRRevC D Rowley the highway and byway preaober wilt de liver hi entertaining and Instructive lecture entitled Fishing II In the Metbodttt church Thursday night nextIAT n D Campbell sale at Crab Orchard Saturday his cottage was bought by George B Lyne for 1731 dMMbold and kitchen furniture sold well Mr Campbell and family will love to Cincinnati t COAL RutiNKgs lIon SALK Con lUtlog of bins sealer eta A splendid stand nod good bu lne4 The proprie tor on account of ill health Is deter mined to sell Tbl 111 fine opportu nity for some one For particulars sea- RL Hughe Stanford Ky TUB Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL celebrated Its 33rd birthday last Friday For 30 year of that time It hoe been owned and edited by W P and EO Walton and has been prominent In Kenlncky Journalism May It live long ted prosper Harrodsburg Democrat AT a meeting of the director of the Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Associ ation the old ofllcera were reelected and July 10 20 21 were the dates set for holding their meeting thin year Liberal purees and premiums will bo given and a great fair le assured writes W D Wallln Secretary ROBERT the bright twoyearold eon of Mr and Mrs A J Rice of Gar rard who was so badly bUrned some two weeks ago died at U oclock Sun day morning and tbo little body was Ins terred In Buffalo cemetery hero at oclock yesterday afternoon after short services at tho grave by Rev O M Huoy The parents have great sympathy In the lots ot their little darling SOMERSET Jailer Frank Hines was tried before Squire Gooch and prompt ly acquitted of all blame for the killing of Gran Ingram at tbo door of the county jail Mlsfes Doclo and Bertha Gooch nieces of W R Gooch tho popular jeweler have opened a millinery estab lishment In the Goodwin block Miss Llda Carter of Stanford la In tho city elcotrluIsomething being done already Journal CIRCUIT COURT adjourned Saturday alter rather a busy term of two weeks during which time considerably more criminal than legal business was trans acted Frank Cbatman white plead guilty to petit larceny and Judge Dell gave him six months In jail Ben Jar lao colored got two years for forgery Will Bottom tbo Negro who broko Into Mr Jane Logans homo on Logan Creek and was caught by Mr Will Loan got 10 years Jesse Mulllns was given a year for malicious shooting and Jeff Bryant also colored got a similar sentence for shooting and wounding IErulIT DAY mantel clocks at price to suit most anybody at Muellers ANOTURK o1Hickory wa gons arrived today W H Hlggln YBSTBRDAYS oourt was this beet In months In both niMndaaoe and bus Does LOT of extra cultivated hemp seed free from rape for sale J T Hack ley ds Soo Stanford Ky 6t NEW matting druggets rugs car pets linoleums furniture couches wooden and willow rockers and wall paper Tribble L Pence- REPRESENTATIV J M ALVERSON has secured for William H Mcrsbon a guard place at the Lexln roD Asylum and ho will go over tomorrow to report for dutyITHE Omnibus Bill which passed tbe last Congress contains claims of Lawrence H Rousseau of Pulaski for 1185 Mrs Marla Kirby of Lancaster for 10 and Smith R Mershon formerly of this county for 1102 Tut I J Is read far and near Mrj W P White received an order tbe other day from a New Mexico par ty for acme of her Mammoth Brooae turkey eggs Tbe advertisement of her tnrktys appeared some months tpoSw7TLHDSATISFAcTVRirxMr G B Lyne the Crab Orchard druggist who was here yesterday told us that tbo German Insurance Co represented by Rev R B Mahonv has satlsfacto fly settled with him In his reeent Ore loss Tile HarrodsburgHorse Sales on Marcb S2 and 28 promises to be the big rest horse event In this section 10I years Some splendid animals have been entered and buyers will be there from many sections of the eoutilry It you want to tee some good ones sell well 20IIN tbe oouoty court yesterday the will of Mrs Margaret Nanoe and Jas D Moore were probated The former divides her property equally between her eons Jacob and Jesse Nance and her grandson Joseph Jesse Nance Mr Moore left his estate valued at about 13000 to his uncle Mr M H Moore of Missouri Mr John P Gooch will was offered for probate but was con tested by tHe children of Mr J H Dunn NOTICE Ynn should tee us before you let out your lioune carriage and roof painting Paper iangia specially We have samples nt paper from three leading houses of the world- Lad can sell ou wall paper heaper than you can Iteal1 Estimate furnished on ap taunt All work guaranteed- J J HELDEN Co Somerset street FOR SALE aUntil sold or during the month ot March 1903 on the John Klolia farm near Oiten helm I will otter for salon fine driving any leather top buggy an organ valua lo furniture some of which Is ns as new other household goods etc Adolph Ruehlmann vaster St Johns Itef Church Ottenhelm Ky WANTED I Turkeys Ducks Oeese and Chicken Highest cash market price H B NOKTHCOTT Stanford Ky For Sale 1000 Bushel of Clydesdale Seed Oats Yielded last summer so uutheU to the acre Price sac Choice Iloone County White Seed Corn 9I per bus H P HASVK1NS Stanford Ky It It No2 PUBLICSALE PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction on THURSDAY MAUCH 10 1003 Tho William Logan farm of 232 acres more or less 3 mile from Stanford and 0 miles from Lancaster on Creek Good residence splendid outbuildingsand farm In good condition and all In grass Will sell of farming Implements consisting of a McCormack Binder 3 mowers cultiva tors plows wagons harness carriages bales hay work horse aged mule three brood mares a yearling colt by Naboth 5 milk cows 7 three 2 jearold steer 10yearling steers house hold kitchen furniture etc TEHMSt All sums under SIO cash over that amount a credit of months Good ne otiable note In the Lincoln Count r National Bank required NitS JANE LOGAN Executrix ot Wm Logan I lla On dime 13 Cents Bo on time ns this lot will probably be sold in nn hour You cant nilbrd to miss this great oflor Positively no goods laid nsido and none reserved You must come in person and get the goods Not u yard will be sold before this late and time r S j S I FjThe For Women Spring Styles Boot Oxfords and Sandals Kid Put Kid Tans BrownsWhite and Champagnes Oxfords 8250 Boot S3- Special 83 S3 50 SKI THKM e CUriniNSMCLARY THE HARRODSBURG SALES CO Will Hold Their Fir t Combination Sale of ugh lass Horses Consisting of Harness Horses Roadsters Trotters Incers Saddlers and latched Pairs at The Arcade Stables on Main St Harrodsburg Kyt March 22nd and23rd Will also sell a number of Good Jacks and Mules on Afternoon of March23rd Early Consignments Solicited For Information and Entry Blanks address N I BUSTER JR Secretary Harrodsburg Ky Entries close March 4 1005 Cols G A Bain and Sam W Kidd Aucrs Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc during 1905 of W B McRoberts DRUGGISTI And SaveMoney TRADE WITH McCORMACK PEACOCK j HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY i f a IHEJNTEUIORJOURNALEaldrnitnthrPoel itconddaH AatUr IUltL1Mllllnrtl1181A AND 1HIDVVH AT 100 PER YEAR CASH 17 When not o paid HOO will be charged 0 I KNOXVILLE DIVISION Ko Train olof North m 101 pin n 8110 a mN 28 N I235pmo23 UMBRELLAS liecovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for toss money Olre me a trial FRANK ATKIOI Stanford For Sale Privately MyhoulHl and 10 acres of land situated just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has rooms kitchen and ser vants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In tho yard ad use for stock J I nILEY Jesse W Sweeney OPflIETOH Livery Fcoi and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Upto date rip at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel HATES 2OO PER GAY Lancaster Ky Wm SSUQASS Proprietor ElectrIc Llfihts In every room RefnmliheJ and unJer entire New AUnaeemtc Bob the favorite porter meets all trains Urge Well Ilghted Sample Room BD CARTERSuccessor 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 Pens In Connection jiwau Saloon GOOD RICE Prors Finest wine wbUky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexington tamous Blue Crass Beer Cue keg and bottled O Brent Southwood mixer Phone 80 Stan ford Ky Junk Store We pay highest cash for lililc eggs poultry feathers strap Iron rubber cop per brass See us to fore you sell LAND BUCHANAN Under Myers House Stanford R5TORATI t CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY 7b1 world admires men who are strong In mrnul ami nnrre fOle mroofamnumnenergy tenon magnetism the true tare of perfect bunh To attain tali the flrst uwte Nerve abkb and nun delopment sot maIcth lletnR Norneuflea Praitralion sl lplttn taandotb rtrtMiblrfdu to rtrworlcfirauklnrlruff habit and othrr nmttffl lI ao4re1vtrwaaWdnervtIgaall 1rIeSIa IMI 8ii foo with a roar ante to rrruihl f not mirKi or WncniKl PUrER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO 01 A At Pennys Drug Store J+ G+ JYJCG AfYI tTNcm1 AEER EMBALMER And DealearIa HBNESS SADDLSBY I t0 Stanford Ky J Le Seazley Co Undertakers and- EmbaIm0ra tUODIlLIHII FurnitureMnttln2SRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY RI aEThe last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let it be of exclusive and artistic design the best material and of perfect workman shWe carry the largest stock of Monu ments Markers and Tablets of Marble and Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper VVM ADAMS Steel Lexington Ky DO YOU NEED A fountain syringe 7t tfousohold Syringe 7 rot Water ffiottlc or rfn Ato mixer 2ulbr Ifvso I IIltvo u NEW STOCK to select from you know All Rubber Goods deteriorate with nee anti iu order to get value received for your money it is necessary to buy only Now Goods Will mnke you the lowest prices Will N Craig M D Pharmacist Phone No 13 Stanford Kentucky Oliver Plowsnaelltlr Full Stock of Oliver Plows and Repairs on Hands VVeE Perkinsi t orcardiIt LAND STOCK CROPS ETC A W Carpenter Bold a lot of corn at 12 50 at tbo crib Folt SALE 76 barrels of corn J C Days Crab Orchard J C Hays sold 23 short yearlings hare yesterday at 115 Walkorlof 01 1DeldamcC White bad a cow to bring 17 enypigs Twolya art living and healthy WANTED 60000 pounds of wool Woods Cowan A McCormack Stan ford Rue R 0 Mahony bought of J T Embry a tine road horse at a fancy priceDr Dunlap of Woodford sold 15 twoyearold mules at from IOO to 1200 per pair Tbe largest tobacco crop ever known will bo planted In Shelby county thin coming season Ullx 113t trotting raised by John L Grundy ot Marlon county sold for 33300 In Chicago Senator J W Bailey paid ffiOO for u quarter of an aero ot land adjoining his Fayetto county farm J f7 Simpson of Wayne sold hire yesterday 13 650pound cattle at 4e and five a little lighter at 3o 0 P Huffman bought of Motor Bal lou a lot of hogs at 4a and of John W Stephenson some botcher etuff at 3h J J tilllott has sold his Green river farm to B F Mayo for 13500 Mr Elliott bought James Glbonevs prop erty In Liberty for 81600New- sVtrBDA good reliable farm hand Must come well recommended Regular work all year 316 per month and board Address O Y Frailer Danville Ky 2t HEMP SEED Fort SALE 1004 cropI late Importation nicely cleaned Each crop kept entirely separate Write or phone us H A B Markebury Son Lancaster Ky W M Dodd writes from Hustonvllle that Gallon wintered well and Is In splendid condition His description and pedigree will appear In these col umns In a few days Your attention Is called to the de scription and pedigree of The Warfield the magnificent trotting stallion that will make the season at S M Owens farm near McKinney Pence tbe splendid old stallion ot A M Pence died the other day Be sired many good ones In his day and as a trotter he had a number of fast and rich races to his credit R S Scudder of McKinney willI make the season with his Ono combined stallion Duke of Richmond and twoI Jacks BrlgnolIaJr and Jim Porter See advcrtllementlater BOONE COUNTY purebred white seed corn Introduced and grown hero last year Two weeks earlier and yield five to twenty bushels more than any known variety For sale by F Reid at SI per bus See sample at First Nat Bank 4t According to tbe crop report Uiued by the Agricultural Department tbe percentage of wheat remaining In tbe hands of the farmer Is 201 or 111000 000 of corn 38 7 per cent or 954000 000 bushels of oats 3SS per cent or 17000000 bushels The Crescent City Derby one and oneeight miles and worth 78600 was won by Right Royal by a neck In front Kings Trophy who wan a neck In front of Jake Saunders Trapper the favorite was fourth by a nose The time was nn lfi924 Carroll Reid trainer for Middleton and Jungblutb the noted racing firm has announced that Lucien Lyue has been signed to ride for his employ pI Dyers this season Trainer Reid has been In communication with Lyne for several weeks and has made all arrangements for hU services Luclcn Lyne Is considered by Kentucky turf men the premier jockey of the coun try ONI t 1- I Liniment I A universal embrocation for direc tions of the skin musclesS 1 1HORSES bites loon a 1 1DIllOOfIOSSAlwaYI 1thorougbly I dllllY125c L5TANFO atsss emsKVJ v HABITlGladstones Gives Warning Against a Growing American Custom The growing habit amongst Americans of taking a mint tablolor sumo other 10 called digestive after eating a hearty meal is something that Sir Andrewi Clarke Mr Gladstones physician ad vlies strongly acainst saying It Is ausoliuly dangerous to take into the atoujafji remedies which are jmpularly supposed to aid in the digestion of food There Is nothing known to the science of medicine that can perform the work of the humnii stomach Drugs da nut and cannot digest the food They simply decompose it What can be ware revolt ring or disgusting than tho thought of taking something Into the omaah Unit Is going to turn the good fd you have eateu Into a mesa of corruption Tbe only way to overcome Indigestion and Its evil selects U to remove all ir ritation congestion mid Inflammation front the stomach Ihor anti Intestine noel Mions U tho only scent known that will do this When a Mlo na tablet hi taken before each meal every trace of Irrltallonl- nd intlammnUon hr81tH rota tbe stomach nod illgostlTC system and those organs will extrnot rest the food all that gow to soaks good rich blood firm muscle swr nerves and a sound healthy body If- you sager with hvadaeliM Indigestion fiatafoeytata bffar tl1eM vertigo or dlulneM palpitation of the hart KleeplaMacjM or any stomach trouble get a fiOc box of Ml o nu from 1enny ole of our most reliable druggists whoa faith In the remedy Is shown by his ofler to return the money if Mi ona does not give complete satisfaction Well It said Mr Titewad puttlnr down his paper that woman who lOt all that money from those bankers oar tainly was shrewd Seems like a woo man can get money from a man no matter bow cautious be Is She can remarked Mrs Tltowad 10 long as she Isnt married to him It JudgeFor An Impaired Appetite Lou of appetite always results from faulty digestion Alt that is needed U a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will invigorate the stomach strengthen the digestion anti give you an appetite like a wolf These Tablets also act as a gentle laxative For sale by Lyne Bro Crab Orchard The weather bureau figures complied show tho snowfall for December Jan uary and February was 59 3 Inches as compared with i3 S Inches last year If it is a bilious attack take Chamberlain Stomach and Liver TablMs and a quick cure is certain For sale by Lvne Bro Crab Orchard NOTICE I am now ready to lilt contracts for the Ditching of Turnpike In this county This Jan M UM A C DITNN riup r Nice Home For Sale I having decided to return to Somerset I otTer for sate privately my home on Rut Main street In The nwWenco Is atlxroomcotta a brand new bath gory and all wnveuluncet Tbe lot contain about m acre ot land and the home Is a most delightful one For farther particu tan call on or write me at SOlDerlet J II fleck or Win Beck at Stanford NEW LIVERY STABLE BUSES ik CLARS50U Prn JUNCTION CITY t GatesI iTIrstOlass Turnouts Keasouable Special Attention to Traveling Grain and lilY For Bain BLUE GRASS NURSERIES SlUINO teos Trees by tho million l run and Shade Small Fruits Grope Vines Strubs Aipira gus Ithubnrb and everything ordlna y found at such an cstabllohment We sell to the planter direct and have no agent Tree and Strawourry Catalogue on application to II T IIILIENMEYE t SONi Lexington Ky HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I desire to sell privately try hotel proper ty and llvory stable Iu HuxtonvlUo llulld Ing can housed as hotel or private residence ants Is well arranged for two families Sot ble has 20 stalls and Is In good repair Plen water at barn and hotel It house Is not old by Jan will runt It and can give pos session on that data mextua- of barn It rented or sold separately on NOV 25 House and barn newly covered Ho tel Is In Graded School district Far further particulars call ou or address- I CARPENTER Hustonvllle Ky Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of laud a twostory front 7 room cottage The house allOW A splen did garden and orchard There Is a rjio mill on the place a good crusher aud the dam is In good repair end the natural power Is economy In running the mill Does a splendid business Everything is In good repair has all necessary outbulld lugs The owners only reason for selling Is tho rush of other business as ho has ex tensive farming Interests to look after This property Is on the Hanging Fork about mile tram Stanford and can be bought at a bargain For further particulars ud dressU C Thurmond Lytle Ky or L R Hughes Stanford Ky s The chnnca oi x life time lJl Dt mica it Wl art offering ii the Il f r Mange ever shown in this city Fire year Are back hcsjt oeM over 11t Iwmllo The Meet Maker that money can buy Call sort SM IL Special in tiuceitienls for 30 days UiGEORGE II FARRIS lS CO Stnnford Ky First National llt ljof Capital Stock 50000 This institution was orlglullyeetablhhel1 as the Deposit Hank of ID 1ISI then reorganlied as the National Rack of Stanford In HaS and again reorganized as the Pint National Ilaik of Stanford In 1887 having had practically an unlnter ruptod uhteollI tacUlttles It it better with for transact InIibusiness promptly and well than nrbefore In Its lofiK sad honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK flOOOO Olrectors- J D PULO- II II Shank W O Walker Oeo W Caries j n Poster I U Oooch W II Uumiuln lIrlKhtIt w it Shanks fly to The Rank A Trust and under same oontlauou ly M year such builaen relation will prove HAIR BALSAM r1ts u t rs t lute lrse I pr- Itvr FIIIO astore Orsy- Usir to u Youurd or a r Qma i r A S PUCE 3Qfg ItAnfurd Ky R B Stanford 9ueressors Farmers Company management for Wo SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping mutually benedcui PARERSi jDontl U ikoIKdlobf n OU11IIIIIUD Nahooy I n5uranGcjflount Solicits a share of the pntroua of the property owners In the counties incoln and Casey who may he seeking insurance against Kiro Lightning and Tornado None but tho strongest and kt OldLino Corn pauloa reprwented end tbe low eat ix8ible rates arc guaranteed Phone b 2 Stanford Kentucky THE WARfiELDI Trial 221 Trotting Dark bay stallion IS US hands foaled Aug 1001 bred by Village Farm Jut Au runt New York Sired by Dare Devil 8438 record 200 sire of The Ileau Ideal Isis Son ot Mambrlno King lu sire of lAnd Derby Nightingale Metnllas Tho giiMtor Lord March Lady of the Manor llulrut Law King Oharlcs Mocking Ho y Mercee 308XVint Hex Amorl 33200 2nd dam tucrma by Mambrluo King 1270 and dam Dotlrt by Nutwood 4th dam Topaz by HtmUiinoru Stb don Mlllard by Oth dam Nod bv Edwin Vorot lilt dam Lady Turner by611lubrl Chief The Warllold was worked only 00 dllYK lust season and showed a 221 clip over u Lad half mile truck Ho Is sound good headed good gaited good wind good feet and legs and kind and easy to handlo In tae out of harness one that will stay and trot all day Ho will make tho present season nt Sum I Owens flour Mcllnuey at 115 to IUllre living colt Mares traded olT or bred to another horse forfeits Insurance and mutes season due Lion retained on mils until season Is paid StfOLEMAN A OWENS Officers I1ir J J McHOllKUTS Obr W U WKIlKNAsstChr Directors r Reid UaavUI 9 T Harris Stanford J t hooker Stanford K If Tanner McKinney M D KlBsore rsJasI H Baaehmnn Stanford J Itttl s Stanford O K rat luaford II II I Officers S n t J R te Plkhllj W Castle W O WALKKitv Asit Osihlsr f DIGNITY DAREfY t iNo 10i2 Vol 6 A S H K ootuahigh wIgks IMO puuutlt siroaic Lat boa lnagcwnynioaiiUd tdiMildvra It iu1r lmre had and uruHhlB a model un r hi IMr alwitvo wuaderfulstyle Nsarwhereverabuwn WhenJeoorua a II blue string has never been defeated Iu fancT harass ring ha niwnv keen the victor In stallion stake rinK a n breeder s tottorand for all imrMie lie Is it saildio horse with aye Qlatltet rail fast line acting topervery L haluuw great all around action as Is reo pricedsaleIt1111alldtllllhUltMn the spring lie Ispowiemed of wonderlu tllrtracltIJnougllto IIII r ful substance and dorlllty U hat been e theItypes novel sired a sorrel colt The most profitable hone for the firmer and small breeder to produce Is the horse which serves the widest range of purpose well ills ro ti are show colts of winnersIromIEUIUIIKK Sired by Che ur Dare Iu N bthackOalnolJenIDllrk tl OntdlLmbyItysdicke dambyfirst dam lUulloe by Almont Forest 28D- Dignity Dare will Inllku the sea mm of 1U05 at my tnblo In Hustonvllle Kv fMaresPliatact per month and bills to be paid be tllrlitwill receive my personal attention but I esIes rKy n CARPENTER r 4