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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tr SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 3 1903 9AM NO 94 NEWS NOTES OeD Miles will bo King Edward guest ab WIDl1soriIt li stated that thoro It now plenty of coal In Now York n A Somraors editor of the Eliza bothtowd New has gone to Europe John D Rockefeller will tpond 17 000000 to find a euro fcr consumption t Lawrence Sluter Demon aoon noted r author died penniless in Newark J 1 James Tullocb a soap manufacturer of Chicago choked to death while catIleg supper t Leandor Guffy lent from Marion lod his resignation ai tipstaff of the Kentucky Court of AppeallIRobert Simmons colored was hanged at Savannah Oa for tho murder of another NeJrroIThree men working In the GordoDI mine near Death Valley Cal were killed by a cave ln 1Joo Elder was fined 115 In tho police court at Uock port for swearing three time on the streets Mrs Thomas A Uondrloki of Indl f tana will give Hanover College 196000 for the erection of a memorial library Cyrus Cobb famous for many years at sculptor painter and muilclan It I dead at tho homo of his ton near Boa tonAn American tyndlcato has been formed to take control of tbo principal street railroad and electric lines In Holland Herman Weedon an animal trainer of lodlanapollt was badly mangled by a tiger during a performance at Rich mood Va At Roma Foreign Minister Prlnottl was nrlokeo with paralysis whllo being received In audlonco by lung Victor EmmanuelJ a ibow proprietor It t dead at WlnstonSalcm N C as the result of a bite on the arm by a young lion some week ago Gen John M Wilson vice president of the National Red Cross hat laid boo fora Congress a memorial asking leg Islttlon lor the relief of the society The sideboard presented by the la diet of Cincinnati to Mrs Hayes because she refused to use wino In the White House has been purchased by a Washington boor garden and Is now used In the bar Five survivors of the British bark Veronica burned at tea were arrested at Liverpool charged with mutiny nod murder The colored cook of tnejvts eel charges that after leaving Ship Ica land Mist for Montevideo his four t companions killed tbo captain and sev Veronicahty has sued tbo Western Kentucky WNdamagt Tho plaintiff says bit eon Jamtt Y Wllllngbam was scalded whllo being bathed at the atrium and died from tho effcota of the burnt 1 1Supt II Ray says the patient died from M W Smith of Arkansas S J Ashbrook of Oynthlana and O G Montgomery of Louisville student at the State College Lexington wero held up and robbed by masked men at night on Arlington avenue From Smith tbo robbers took a ISO gold watch and 110 In money and a sliver watch from Ashbrook Montgomery bad nothing of valo on hit person WHEN LlffS AT STAKE rTine most timid man will take any of escape The slender rope dropped down the precipice tho slip pe y log over the abyss that offers a chance of life is eagerly snatch edat The end the WAn seeks is safety lie cares nothing for the mean to that end- There are thou lands of men and women whose lives are I who are hindered Trout accepting the one means eafd by foolish prejudice tor Pierce Golden Medical Discovery has been the meant of restoring health to many men and women whose hott low cough bleed lungs ema ciation and weak sea teemed to warrant the state met of local phy- MciantTbere possiblet against a np- f medicine hinder you rout trying what has cured thousands oc suffering wen and women Dr 11ern mygndtcd DeovtrytL I would be writes Mr Hal nl11lald Vista Wyol1llul I had edema o bad I toad sleep at nht end wu eompclltd to work It aflecte1 my luan M that I coughed dl the time bath day and might My fitted akin Dr Yleraayrorn lrflCrlptlou Mylft nd bdk bad helped her osucb she IDlCat on my Dr- bl bottles andateI hire tuteeourr now well man pounds thanks U Dr- 19ercesootden Mrtlcal iKMcry The sole motive for substitution la to permit the dealer to make the little moreI profit by the sale of less meritorious medicines lIe gains you lose Four more deaths from plague are reported from Mazatlan Charles P Swlgert former Stato Auditor of Illinois It dead Capt Richmond P Qobson has tea dared hit resignation as a constructor DBVVI a cousin of Jim now was shot oath probably fatally wounded by Liberty Clemens in Drcathltt county A R MoLcod a medial student at Charlotte N O died from blood pols odlog contracted Ip dissecting a No gro woman body An anarchist under arrest at Barce lone confessed that bo was selected to kill King Leopold and only failed to so because ho was arrested during a strike Judge Cantrlll dismissed tbo States petition against the Cumberland TeloI RhoDe Company for forfeiture of charter for alleged violations of constitu tional provisions Commissioner Yerkes has Issued an other circular to the druggists main taming that no drink containing alco has can bo sold at a soda fountain unI less the owner pay tbo liquor taxIPresident 1Vancls of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Company buIformally Invited Gov Heck bam andhls staff to attend the dedication of the fair buildings at St Louts April 30 At Tenohah Tox Charles Rowe his wire and their threo children ware found dead in their homos under clr cumstaoces indicating that Rowe had butchered hit babes with an ax cut his wlfot throat and then his own Thirteen men wore drowned as are cult of tbt sinking of tbo British torpe do boat destroyer Orwoll by tbo cruiser Ploooor near Corfu The cruiser ran Into the destroyer cutting It In two during naval maneuvers Among the visitor to tho tax office was J P Morgan who was on the tax books for a personal assessment of 1000 000 Mr Morgan said that though bo was not liable for any personal assess ment bo believed It to bo the duty o every citizen to contribute to the sup port of the oily and was willing to pay an assetum tnt of 1400000 as he did last yearNew York Dispatch IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Durgtn is to haven canning factory- J n Mattlnglyt store at Chicago Marlon county was rnbbod of W5 Sophronla Miller has been appoint ed postmaster at Harvnytown Casey county Q L Wallace of Paint Lick Is trying to establish a bank at Prenchburg Monlfee county At Wllllamsburg tho Jury tailed to agree in tbo case of Inbam Strunk charged with the murder of Robert Kldwell Tel wore for death and two for lUe Imprls rinsnt In the Uell Circuit Court at Pine vlllo Chris Turner was sentenced to 21 years Imprisonment for the murder of William Mills at Mlddlesnoro Decem bet 22 last Stills formerly lived In Lincoln county J8 Huselden our faithful harness and saddle merchant bad a clean shave last Sunday morning the first In 42 years after which ho took a horseback rldo which bo hadnt done before for seven years Ho tilll retains his right mind Dryanttvllle Cor Advocate Tho Durgln city council has passed an ordinance instructing tho Institu lion of a suit for damages against tho Southorti Railway Company If they at tempt to discontinue tho running of any of the trains now making that point after the extension has been built to Danylllo Two cases have boon tried In the Ma non circuit court against the L d N charging It with violating the long and short haul clause of the constitution In one case a verdict of guilty was found assessing tbo highest penalty 1500 There are about cases of the same kind pending- J C Hockcr S Co have opened up a ladles and gents furnishing goods and dry goods store In the building lately occupied by J W Baker They invite their many friends to give them a call What Booker and McKlnnoy cant sell clever Sam Mageo will and they should bo able to do a land or lice business Livingston Cor Mt Vernon Signal Dont Worry Thla Is easier said than done yet it may be of some help to consider the matter If the cause is something over which you have no control It is obvious that worry- Ing will not help the matter in the least On the other hand if within your con trol you have only to act When you have a cold and fear an attack of pneu monia buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and use it judiciously and all cause for worry aslo tho outcome will quickly disappear There isno danger of pneumonia when t is used For sale by Craig A locker Druggists Tho Baltimore American ask 1111 It WhltoBouser LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Walter Warren bought of Mrs OHalr a cow and calf for 130 T O Calvert a wellknown turfman and jeweler la dead at Lexington We will bo at Brodbead Fob to buy 25 business horses Lyon BunD It Walter Warren told toJ L Beazley a cow and calf and sow and pigs for 155FOR SALtliO ewes and 20 lambs Extra good stock B B King More land Ky J W Allen sold to H P Hawkins the 20 short yearlings advertised la this paper at 825 Crlt Davis formerly of Harrodsburg will train Geo H Whitneys string of runners this year Lutes S Co bought of various parties lot of butcher stuff at 3c and a bunch of bOils at 6J to 6c FOR SALE 25 sugar and 10 good cot ton coming two yoar old mules H C Baughman Hustonvlllo KysCompanysboxdestroyed by lire It was valued at 1100000 George H Ketchatn owner of Crcs ecus has purchased tho Conqueror a stallion with a trotting record of 212 Ho paid 13003 M B Eubanks sold to Roger of Tennessee a carload of coming two yearold mules at IS6 Embry Bros sold him four at tame Sparks Williams sold to T W Jones of Lincoln threo mules for 1300 They also sold to R M Jackson of London a span for 8200 Signal Mar wheat took another drop at Chi sago during tho past week the reason ascribed being tbo withdrawal from the null lido of the market of tbo Armour Interests HUBBLE G A Swlnebroad bought some fa shoats at 6c Mrs J W Anderson Is In Stanford visiting her daughter Mrs Eubankt Eubanks S Hubble sold the Col Un derwood mules to Smith of Tennessee at tlOO Wesley Owsley and Thomas Reed both respected colored citizens died hero recently of old age Roscoe Hudson Is out again after be log confined to his bed some lima Dr Hlcklo has gone to Louisville to attend medical lectures for another term Luce Bros sold L P Warner some 125pound shoats at He B W Given bought tho Bertram Spratt farm of 00 acres for 1320 which adjoins him Tllford Mesior has gone to Nicholas villa to bale a largo lot of hay for Lll lard at lOo per bale Mrs Sallie Cooley and daughter have gone to Stan ford to live R L Sloan and family arc up from Wayne to locate on the Jones farm In Garrard O C Wither Is tbo first ono to de liver hit hemp crop from this commun- Ity Ho got 15 for It straight per bun dred to Marksbury at Lancaster S E Owtley sold a work mule to Dick Mar tin for 8110 Curt Robinson bought some cows and heifers of John Spoona moro and some steers of John Robinson at 31 to 4o CHURCH MATTERS toahrlstlanr sloes Rev A S Moffett of Lebanon will preach at tho Prcsbtorlan church Sunday noxt Dr George W Truett Is pastor of a ohurch of nearly 1200 members tho First Baptist church Dallas Tex The quarterly meeting of the Moth odist church will be held Saturday and Sunday Rev H G Turner of Rich mood will preach It Is announced that Alexander Dow ie with 1500 Xlonltes Is to invado Now York for the greatest crusado In ancient or modern times Tbo convention of the Eighth Chris tlan Endeavor district Mercer Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Casey counties will be held In April at Burgln Rev HartsQeld of Mt Vernon has accepted the pastorate of tho Christian church at Livingston and will preach there the second Sunday In each than onetenth of the 820000 000 Methodist fifnd went to two col leges 81203800 to Syracuse Universi ty 81Q92000 to Ohio Wcsloyan Uni versity Rev George Gowan formerly of Lan caster narrowly escaped death in a car o which destroyed his library and Invad ed his sleeping apartments In the rear of the Broadway Christian church Loulsvlllo Ho sustained a fracture of the arm and severe burns of the throat Craig Jr Rocker guarantee every bottlo of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and will rotund the money to any one who Is not satfstied after using twothirds of the contents This is the best remedy in the world for In grippe rough colds crou and whooping cough and is pleasant to take It prevents any tendency of a coldI to result in pneumonia UNCLE TERRY GOODE who died in the West End alter 10 year of honorable oxlatenco Tbo above 10 from a photograph loaned by Mr A M Frye of HuBtonvllle tfNtot11 +444ttLA- NCASTER Butter Is selling at1lic The skating rink is In full blast Wm E Walker is now deputy post muter under W T West The merchants gave a banquet at the Mason house Friday evening The C W B M meets with Mrs Dr Beazley Wednesday afternoon Dr Crook of Central University will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening Soho fisherman ol Lower Garrard caught several hundred pounds of fish by means of nets Rev George O Barnes closed ble meeting Sunday evening and left Monday for Winchester K Walker sold four mules to Pattpo for 8450 W A Arnold bought a horse of CT Jenkins for 885 Some sections of the county report the wheat la floe condition notwlth standing the recent severe weather Rev O M Cbumblev left Monday for Harlan county whpro ho will make a 10days sojourn for evangelistic work The fire alarm Saturday revealed t blaze at G B Swlnebroada residence which was soon extinguished without much damage The Phil Hunter Company which appears hero tomorrow evening at the court house Is reported exceptional In all Its features Small pox has become qulto preva lent at Davlstown a Negro eettloment of Lower Garrard and a pesthouse has been established S U Henry leaves this week to be present at the marriage of isle dough ter Miss Battle to Mr Freeman Miles at El Dorado Ark on Feb 18 T S Elkin bought same fat heifers of Lcander Davidson at 3io a cow of Mr Fain at3c a hooch of bogs of L L Phillips and Wm Wallace at fifo The temperance advocators have put forth a valiant effort for local option and some of oho W C T U women and the preachers deserve unstinted praise Mrs Lou Brown died at hor daugh tots homo near Shelbyvlllo Friday and the remains wore brought here for in torment Sunday She was about CO years old and left hero some years ago Several thousand cedar poets bavo baen cut from oho Kentucky river cliffs of Lower Garrard for the Barker Lum ber Company of Madison Ind A part havo already been lent down the river and the others are ready for shipment Mrs Jennie Eiatman of Columbus Ohio Is visiting Mrs W H Klnnalrd Mrs R C Warren daughter Miss Nell and sues Ashby are guests ol Miss Jennio Duncan Miss Christine Bradley has returned from her Florida trip Miss Rebecca Williams has gone to Decatur III Miss Cassldy of La Grange Is visiting Miss Fannie Doty Mrs Bottle Landram attended the fu neral of Mrs L Purnell at Paris W S Ferguson of Covlngton Is here on his suburban farm Miss Alllo Arnold has been visiting Mrs Burdetto Ram sey at Paint Lltfk Miss Julia Reid left iIavenge my namesake said Thomas Lynch of Brooklyn but he will hardly be able to carry his threat Into execu float Ho started from the saloon In which bo bad made the threat alter discussing the penal servitude sentence Imposed upon Col Arthur Lynch and mortally stabbed James Golden an En gllshman and was gathered In the tulle of tbo law Golden died from hit wound and Lynch will have to answer to a charge of murder Do jell am full ob murderers Do law aint ob no uso De lawyahB blindfold Jestlco till pDay turn do guilty loose a A Negro named jelle Plnkner was shot to death by unknown parties at Jelllco H n r YOU CAN BUY ANY Winter OVERCOAT IN TIlE ROUSE FOR 750 CASH Not Many Left But All Are Bargains at This Price SIZES 34 TO 50 IT PAYS TO tRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T D mILLER QanYiiie KB GAR LOAD OTP Oliver Chilled Plows and Studebaker Wag ons Just ReceivedF- OR SALE BY Higgins s McKinneyST- ANFORD KENTUCKY Who snail fill 111 ses eustenrs There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptons and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence shouldbe allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to serve you When we fill your prescription every drug that en ters into it has tho exact potency tho physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store Stanford i1Ky A WORDaattY We are very thankful to you tor your liberal patronage of last year Favorius further by a con tinuance of itjduring the year just begun Crate Hooker STJrNFORDI W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Asks a contlntiancBofyour patronage during 1903 and tlpanks you for your liberal dealings of the year Just closediiattstas tte tIsls1 1Ftesh Drugs at Prices that are Right THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t E C WALTON H H HENNINGER 01 Wayne Connty U a cmodld U lor Stita TrfU t nnr subject to the tctUra of tbe D mocriUc t rty J F HOLDAM- Is a ean1lJate for the Democratic nomlnillon tor Or cult Clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party M F NORTH Is a estimate for the bemxratlc nomination for I Representative of Lincoln county Subject to the action of the party J M ALVERSON Is a canlttatefor the Democratic nomination for Repo retentative of Lincoln County subject to the action of NinsIDemocratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner CC MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C SAUFUEY For Commonwealth Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR WHILE we do not take so peeelmlstlc a vlow of the situation as dose Democrat In bit card In the Danville Ad vocato we are fully as desirous of see ing the muddle In this Judicial district amicably adjusted Following Is Dom Ocrals suggestion Feeling satisfied as I suppose wo all do that the present status in this Judl clal district means sure defeat to tbo democratic party I venture as a demO- crat desiring the success of the party to make this suggestion That the nom Inees of both conventions judges aDd attorneys send to the chairman of tbe district committee declining to accept the nominations and requesting tbo court to order a primary election to be held at the time the State primary II held This it is thought would come nearer harmonizing the party tban any thing named and insure party success This Is written alone in tbe Interest of the democratic party and not any candidate or nominee DEMOCRAT A primary Is what Judge SauQey and Commonwealths Attorney Owsle I wanted all along and is what the former gentleman asked for inevery speech he made knowing that It Is the best and fairest method of naming cand datesWe do not speak by authority from Messrs Saufloy and Owsley but we believe Democrats plan wl1 meet with their approval and we fur r tber believe ft to bo the best way OUt J of the tangled matter Let action be taker and taken at once ELIJAH the second or rather Jobn Alexander Dowle has a divorce suit on his bands Mrs Dowle has filed suit alleging cruelty and inhume treatment and asks alimony whit MrrI1000 to Dowle She went from ber 1 home in Colorado to Chicago in 1900 to belniiet as Dowie styles himself Wheth t fir the union was a happy one can be easily imagined fiTHENew Hampshire legislature Is about to become a recruiting agent for the Christian Science creed At hut it is considering a bill to forbid for practice of that system of faith cure tn the White Mountain state Such a f measure if passed ought to be goof for an Increase of 50 per cent In tb number of Mrs Eddys followers In New Hampshire RICHMOND VA Negroes passed res olutlons concerning the Incendiary speech made by James H Hayes outs of their race in Washington a week Virtutterance to such a speece as Hayes 1made even if he thinks wbat that In said a SINCE Senator Sieve ElkIn ha taken the lead in the antitrust and 4antirailroad fight In Congress the na tine suprlsed at nothing not even at Senator Ben Tlllman cham ploning the Negro cause or Senator iMatt Quay defending the sanctity of 1the ballot or Senator Tom Platt joining the Boss Busters t A TEXAS judge fined and sent to Jail an editor whp published the testimony cage the order oft In a murder against i the judge but the court of appeals very promptly released him on habeas cor pus proceedings thus vindicating the liberty of the press t D O GROFF has withdrawn from the race for the democratic nomina don for Representative In Jessamine f His withdrawal is In the interest of party harmony and means that clever Harry McCarty will win the nomina Lion bands down TODAY Is the third anniversary of the death of Gov Goebei and none of the skunks who brought about his death baye felt the baiter draw Shame on Kentucky if L POLITICAL Mack Pythian of Louisville has beds appointed tipstaff of tbo cour of appealsNo for the location of army campI sites is likely to be passed at this ses lion of Congress Rhode Island Is the only ono ot tbo New England States which has adem ooratlo governor Senator Quay has changed his tac tics on tbo Statehood Bill and Is Ic no hurry to get It through Hugh Smith has been appoInted postmaster at Balsey Whitley county and Leaodor Bowling at Ionia Laurel county In joint ballot the Washington LeI Islaturo elected Levl Ankenoy Unl ed State Senator to succeed the HuD George Turner On the 61 ballot the democratlo cau cue of the North Carolina Leglslali nominated Leo S Overman for United States Senator his believed In Washington that tho Kentucky republican politician wI indorse Augustus E Wlllson far tblS sixth circuit judgeship A bill was passed by the Alabama louse of Representatives prohibit tbe sale of cIgarettes or cigarette paper in this State by a vow of 01 to 35 The prolonged fight over the State hood Bill in the Senate Increases tbe irobablllty of an extra session for ratification of the Cuban reciprocity treaty by the Senate Some enterprising Il o p organ should interview exGovornor Taylor of Indiana from Kentuckyon tbe IllmanGonzalos shooting says Bry ans Commoner Mr Foraker defended Mr Quay In Uroduclng In the Senate the Statehood Bill as an amendment to two of- tbo appropriation bills He cited prec lents for the action Senator Wellington of Maryland Introduced an amendment to the const itlon prohibiting the holding of a fortune exceeding 810000000 by any ono Individual In the United States A bill was Introduced in the Mlnni sota Legislature declaring that it shall bo ulawful for one person to kiss an- otber unless he can prove be is free from contagious or Infectious disease A delegation of Kentucky Congrca mel who yesterday called on Pros dent Roosevelt were Informed that the Slxtb District Judgeship will go to an Oblo man If Senators Banna and For aker can agree M E Ingalls president of tho BIg Four railroad says the signs of tbe tlmes point to democratic ascendenc In 1004 Ho thinks the Southern States should take a leading part in the next conventIon picking a strong man from tbo North The report of the minority member of the House Judiciary Committee on- tbe Antitrust But urges that the Pres- Ident be given power to remove tbe tarla from trustmade wares whenev er In his judgment it Is bettor for tbe welfare of the people The repeal of tbe tariff on necessities controlled by- truBts Is also urged Former Gov Bradley insists tbat- none of the leaders of the republican party la Kentucky was engaged in tbe Goebel ilnatloo conspiracy but be Is careful to explain that W S Taylor though the republican machine nominee for governor has never heel regarded as one of the leaders of tbe- partyLoulevllle Times The democratic members of the- House Subcommittee on Judiciary havi presented a minority report on the illtrust Bill A number of amend ments are proposed ono of them beIng a provisIon for barring from the mall all telephone and telegraph corpora tlons violating the antitrust laws Another provides that the watering or- stock shall constitute legal grounds for- forolng a corporation into bankruptcy President Roosevelt sent a message to Congress calling attention to note- from Chinese and Mexican Governments regarding the monetary relat- lODS of the gold and sliver using oul1- otries Mexico and China ask the United States to lead the way In formulating an agreement which will keep the Que tuatlons of silver In reasonable limits otberwlse international trade with the veruslng countries may be ruined J M Alverson candidate for the Legislature in Lincoln county Is one of tie most deserving young emo- ernts in the State Ho has always been an active party worker and his friend a think it Is tlmo ho was rewarded for- his services Knowing nearly ocry- man in his county and havlngthe goodwill of most of them he is a most form Idablo candidate and predictions are- made that he will beat his opponent Hon M F North who has served scveral terms in the Legislature Lexington Democrat savvy shipments ot arms and am inltlou are reported as being made to tbe Interior of China In violation of tho agreement with the allied Powers- Tbe war material is supposed to be for tbe use of the Reform party end an att- emDtto overthrow the Manchurlao dYDastyand establish a more modern- system of government is looked for John Brewer Farrow of Mason county was beaten and shot by masked rob- borl and will diet EDUCED prices on lap robes Ji C McClary PRIMARY MAY 9 Thats What The County Committee Ordered Saturday At a meeting of the democratlo county committee for Lincoln county beld on Jan 31 1003 the following reeolu lions were adopted 1 That a primary election be hold ID Lincoln county to nominate a demo cratlo candidate for circuit court olerk and representative In the General AI semblyof Kentucky 2 That said primary election be beld In said county In each and every vote log precinct thereof on May 0 1003 between the hours of 0 A M and 4 P standard time and that said prlmuy be hold under tbe primary olectlon law now in force In this State 3 That all known democrats of law fill ago and all democratic youths wbo will batff lawful alto oc November 3 1003shali bo entitled to vote In saId primary 4 That the officers of election shall bo appointed by the committee from lists submitted by candidates for sald olflces and shall bo apportioned ncar ly equal among the contesting caDdl dates for said ollices as well as appor Honed among tbe various candidates for State otllcos said lists to be su milted at least 20 days before said prl mary 5 It shall be the duty of the onIcers of election in each precinct In tbl Bounty at tho close of the polls to count the ballots cast in their respective pre lncls to preserve all ballots cast and preserve the stubs to destroy all un reed ballots before opening the baUot box at the close of the polls to preserve all questioned ballots and to transmIt same to the county committee on or before tbe 12th day of May 1003 tbe ballots voted ballot boxes nut questioned ballots and the certificate of tho result of the vote in each preolDct as is provided by law toproperly strlnl aDd seal with the election seal all J t ate voted to string and seal all questioned ballots to put said ballots in the allot box together with tho certifies of the vote to lock the box deliver one key of same to the sheriff of the olci tlon and the other to one of tbe judge 6 It shall be the duty of the short and judge of election to whom the keys have been delivered to dellyi IIBld ballot box to the secretary of thle committee and take his receipt for same 7 It shall bo the duty of the count committee to meet at Stanford on tbe 12tb day of May 1003 and tabulate tbe result of the election in the various ollng precIncts and pass upon all questioned ballots returned to then aod to declare that candidate recolvln tbo highest number of votes cast for the oDlce for which he Is a candidate tbA embcratlc nominee for that office and tcorllfy the same as Is required bylaw 8 All democrats desiring to becom candidates for said offices before saId rlmary shall In writing notlfv tbe lalrman of thIs committee of such Intention and shall deposit with tbo secretary the amount of his assessment on or before 12 M April 24 1003 The assessment for said offices sbal be for each candidate as follows For prcsootailve 125 for circuit cour clerk 125 10 Before entering upon thedlschargi of their duties the officers of electIon sbalt be sworn as the law directs and- thelr duties and responsibilities shall- be the came as those of legally appoint ed and regularly qualified officers of regular county elections 11 In the event there Is a surplus re malnlng after defraying the expense of said primary it shall bo returned to- tboso by whom it was paid In the semi proportion In which It was paid by- tbem and If there should be a deficit tbeD tne candidates shall be assesSei to supply said deficit 12 In the event no more than one can dldate be announced for any office on 01 before 12 oclock M April 21 1003- then such candidate shall bo declares partgo on tbe ballot at said primary elec- tloD but such candidate shall never thelell pay in his assessment as above provided for tbe office for which be- may be a candidate for the purpose of fraying tbe expenses of this primary provided however if there be no more- thaD one candidate for circuit court olerk and no more tban ono candidate fQr representative complies with the condltloDo1 horde then the primary herein provided for shall not be beld- and said candidates shall be declared tbe democratlo nominees and their a801eeement shall then be returned to- tbem less the expenses up to said time W S BURCH Cbmof W H SHANKS Secy tee commoneacb precinct to volunteer their ser vices as officers of election and from- uch volunteers the committee will select officers such officers are asked to- serve without pay during tbe day of electIonTbe democrats who will servo ao- 1sucb volunteer officers are asked to- give their names to their precinct corn mltteeman or to the chairman or seoro- tary of tho committeeW JJCRCU Cbmn W H SHANKS Secy Let Frank Adkins fix your umbrella 4 On ovory purchase made as an Inducomont wo givo tickets on fine docoratod Chlnawaro Romombor our prices aro always LOW and Chlnawaro FREE Call for tickets Cood for tho yoar Nineteen Hundrod and Throo GRD LRDRt For the year of 1903 tho Grand Lender will strive to please the most exacting Now goods are arriving daily incltl1hI the newest weaves in dtcssgoollsfinewhitu- goods oxfords piqneslaccs embroideries corsets notions mens anti ladies Shoes clothing carpets mattings etceWith the large stock and reasonable prices we have nlwaysthero is no reason why theUGrand Leader should not have your trade We ask you to inspect our goods and prices Wo never insist on your buying Every purchase must suit you Your money back for the asking THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY Props S B LEVYMnnapor NEW LIVERY STABLES W BTOSE k 33H Prate JUNCTION CITY KY flratOl i Turnouts at IleMonable Rater SpecIal Attention to Traveling Men and say ForSa- leNOTICE I NMkes heresyglye ttUt by l MMl OMtCM of eewsf G Ruasee Ca a4 J Rw A t ot C e ReNea Rsssrls Me Raid =Ittv Hn Huolvol Jake RtMi ksea tls leans Ok Mu aM of J RMM M c at FMftIM Ky G Rvsens sad Ret R IM rtwo MiilaeM wafer lilt fern sae of C RurQ at Co al Stuilord Ky M RoMMttac a1 novae DtlDCM at FraMtfod Ky l4MMUy JACK SALE We will on Wednesday March 4 1903 sell 40 Jacks it spdcial sale Send yoiji intries in at once Fox LOGAN Danville Very Cheap Farm ON EASY TERMS Tills U a farm of ItS acres located miler from Stanford It U within one mile of e ostofflce church school store mill chees- eactorpandnearaGerman settlement The arm U wets b and ontalnt a amount of fine saw timber- rboimprovementsconaht of a good frame wolllnR rooms a double railed cellar and two porches two barns ono an extra ccxx frame cattle sheds ttnebed and arrangeol for CUI- Ing tobacco the other a log stable and agon shed combined also a hennery a moke house and corn crib There Is a Sue oung orchard bearing a small vineyard and other small fruit Tho fencing U of ails and In good repair Thn farm Is water cd with neTirfalllng and two ell tuna The owner Is anon rosldentand fer this farm at a bargain on very easy term I For further particulars call on or ddress L U Hughes Becy Ken tacky Real Estate Exchange Stanford LIn- coln County Kentucky IF YOU Contemplate travel North or South East or West write ua for rates and printed matter Wo cln give you all the Information you want Queen Crescent Route la the Shortest Route to New Orleani Jacksonville Atlanta Knoxville Cincinnati Savannah Shreveport Birmingham and Texas points DI- rect line to Cuba and Iorto Rico 8 T SWIFT P T A Lexington W 0 RINEABSON Q P A Cincinnati J 0 CONN b P A Chattanooga NOBTHUOIWD Leave Moreland 112 p m Leave Junction City 452 a m o 120 p m 600 a m SODTHBOOND Leave Moreland 1150 pm 1127 a m Junction City 1135 a ra 1117 am 805 pm r vs a IOTTIJVTh Wo want to koep warm in January nml February by hard hustling Cool being scarce t let this opportunity slip We have stacks of also WHxla to run out in onler to make room ftr Spring shipment You never again will get suoh a olianco to put su- chSAVINGS In your hank W W Withers senior member of the firm is now in the East buying gootle not only for this bid store but many largo uoneorna In tho South o bay direct from manufacturers therefore we are jobbers distributing Furniture Cbrpota Matting Wall Paper Ac direct to the consumer If you will honor ns with n call our lino anti surroundings will sawn convince you that we are out for hueineas leading n 8111 udla WITHERS FURNITURE COMPANY I Chattanooga Plows fA The above plow will be Soldon trial Money fundedif their work is not satisfactory A lCIis all wo ask I CEO H FARRIS A CO Ky OLIVER PLOWS Ii Full of Steel and Beams and all of REPAIRS W E PERKINS Stanford I stock Wood Kinds Crab OrchardI For the year 1003 I Intend that my cue tomers shall not find mo helpless or unable to flll orders when something a little out of the usual la wonted My stock of COCJE5lSIscan supply all ordinary and most all extra ordinary demand Qualities are just is ns the 1s and Cdollarsweek and come regular and be convinced or phono 83 and gctjprompt deliveries J W FERRIN tike Grocer i110 Mala St Stanford Ky stet K JOURNALII In filling your prescriptions wo uio tho right medicines In tho exact propor tions and with proper care We not do better If yon paid ui double the price which la always reasonable Pen cye Drug Store PERSONALS MR J S I1UNDU5V spoilt Saturday at Lebanon O E Cox will clerk at the Grand Leader this year DrodheadiMil nO FAHHIS went to Whitley I county Friday on business CLEVELAND MCGUIRE Ii clcrklnjr for John Bright Jr Co Mit J F GOVBR west to Louisville Saturday to sell hit tobacco K G ENULKMAN Jit woe In Lex legion Friday and Saturday e FANNIE CULTON of Richmond It with MM W S McGulro f Mit Go CALDWELL contlnaos very Ill with chancel against his recovery ED WALKER of Garrard spent Sun day with his brother W O Walker t JOHN W MILLER of Lancaster was hero Friday on his return from Louis rllloMRt A 0 DUNN went up to London Sunday to sec his son who Is In collect thereJ EDMISTON of Crab Orchard awaa here yesterday on route to Rich j mond Mss RACHEL ALLISON of Lexing ton Is with her sister Mrs Mart Dutch Mil J B GARTER and wife of Gar rard were here yesterday returning from Louisville f t McKENZlB BKOWN of Mt Vernon spent several day with his mother Mrs Cleo Drown MISSES SUB MooRE and Fannie Coppago of Georgetown are guests ot Mrs A G Martin Miss MARY CAiuusrnit of IIut- ovllleI Is visiting the family of D JobnstonoAdvocate MRS J B PAXTON and lltlto Jean are with the formers parents In the Gilberts Creole seetlon MRS O J Crow Jeft Saturday to visit her daughter Mrs J II Monln t at Sonora Huraln county MR J C COLLINSWOKTH a clever lusuraneo man with headquarters at Parksvllle was hero Friday MR AND MRS W II WADDLE of Somerset patted through yesterday on their return from Lanoaster MR SAM FAKKIS and wife of Sliver IICreek spent Sunday with her parent Mrs K II Beatlay 4 Miss NANCYE ARNOLD a band some young lady of Wlltltmstown It tho Murphyzi who ba- li been teaching In Pulaikl Is with tho family of Mr Sam Thurmond e MESSRS J K AND J II BAUQII I f MAN left for Indianapolis Sunday to I buy a lot of Clydesdale horses PROK L R IIvaiiES begun hit e school at Rowland yesterday Miss e Stella Mcblary Is assisting him Miss EDNA BAUQIIMAN of Hutton vlllf It an attractive guest of Misses Mary and Cyrona Dunn Danville New MR J II McQARQUE of the We End who has rcccnUy had a sever spoil of pneumonia was a caller at this olllco Friday Miss NELL DILLION of Lancaster r U now a drummer Sho represents the fruit house of Baylcss ds Co and sells f lots of goods here r MR A A WARREN left Friday for Mlddlcsboro to take a position with Cooko the grocer We gladly commend him to the good people of the exmaglo city MR MORRIS M PERKINS roturne ta Crab Orchard Sunday after a long sojourn In tho Southwest Including Roswell N M He It In fine health 4 we are glad to say REV R D MAIIONY filled the pulpit of the Versailles Baptist church Sun day Bo returned via Loulsvlllo whcro ho made a strong effort with hit Insu rance company to havo the rate on the J business property of Stanford reduced L MR J B WILLIS bas bought a 100 acre farm neariCrab Orchard In Lin coln county We hopo that this doe 5 not mean that this popular Madison county man does not Intend to return to Madison and make hit permanent homo among hit old friends Rich r mond Register Llt HUGHES was up from Stanford Sunday to see one of our most popular young ladles Mr Hughes It a lawyer real estate man and a full partner In i the Withers Furniture Co and at wo beard a man of his own town express It one of the best and most successful business men In Stanford Mt Vernon SignalMR GEORGE C KELLER JR baa accepted a position as foreman at tho t News office Mr Keller has had a i wide experience hit line of work haying at various times been connected with tho INTERIOR JOURNAL t Harrodsburg Democrat tho Court Journal and served for five year In tho Government printing offlcu at Wash nylon Mr Keller was for 14 moat e Just past editor and publisher of tho I Lexington Observer Danville News I e1 Mr W H TRAYLOR It down with rheumatismW of Mt Vernon was here yesterday MRS pr P NUNNELLEY Is quite stole with a severe cold MR AND MRS BLAND BALLARD of Danville are with Mr and Mrs Jon Colley IVON W FlSil It down from London preparatory to taking the agency at Halley CASIVELL SACFLEY of this place woo first honors In the oratorical con test at Central University C L CARTER who Is with tho J I Cue Threshing Machine Cospcnt last FayottpMisses EMMA COM IIEST of Casey have matriculated at College in Lexington and order this paper sent to them thorn MRS J W ALCORN assisted Mrs W B McRobcrts at the coffee social gluey to Rev and Mr S M Rankle Wo unintentionally omitted her name In mentioning the flair LOCALS READ Ferris it Gos plow ad FRRSII dsy T a Willis ROOM for rent Dire E fllgglns SCHOOL book cesupplies at Craig Ilockord WHAT Became of Parker at Wal tons Opera House Feb 27 tf WilY certainly toJohn P Jones for white goods embroideries and laces TILE fancy work and reading club will meet with Mri M C William at 230 Friday afternoon MR ALFRED DAVIS has bought the W T Stephenson property at Crab Orchard for 1026 and will move to It grant officers of tho 1 OO F will be guests of the Odd Follows lodge hero tonight and a full attendance U doslrea He SAW IT Yet terday was ground hug day and the UiUe animal evidently sew hit shndoiT Now for six weeks of auro enough winter weather BALD OflUCaeh Pumphey who confetscd to breaking Into H J61aRoberta store was held over In 1160 bond which be has not given yet MT The IXTHHIOU Joun NAL representative will bo at Mt Vernon next Monday morning first day of alveoli court See him If you aro In treats on your paper MR W K PKKICINS of Crab Oroh ard one of the most wideawake mar chants In the county bogies a display ad this Issue which you are request ed to peruse ovary Tuesday and Friday ELIJAH Uosklns who got a life eon tence at Plneyllle for killing Dcput Sheriff Ccoll In the famous House fight and who has been In jot hero some six months was taken to tho Frackfort penitentiary this morning SHERIFF M S BAUUHMAN who It making a must excellent official paid to the county over 110000 In raze moro than has boon paid by any she r Iff In years The railroad franchise tax helped well tbo sum total consid stably tEDNoltherthe Baugbman brothers hissers 8 J K and M S use tobacco In ea form and although each has a rather largo family only one of tbo ohlldre- use the weed In any way The owes ties Is Jones Baugbman son of Mr who Is an occasional smoker TUB Crab Orchard flanking Co Is making a good start It bat been open just a month and the deposits amount to over 111000 Thorn Is hardly tho budt notwithstanding Mr W Mason Mor ris the young cashier Is a very oblig ing gentleman and Is exceedingly at festive to hit business TUB following sent from Montlcollo will bd good news to the stochholdcrs menu of whom live In this county The Dearer Creek 011 and Gee Com pang brought In the Will Hurt No Friday at a depth of about 450 too believed to bo good for 100 barrels a day It has the thickest sand thus far found In the Cooper section about ll loot and It of a superior quality It on the opposite side of Deaver ores from the J E Vickery farm and within a stonoe throw of six or eight wells all of which aro producers except ono SHAEFER Albert Shaefer son of Amand Sbaefor a Gorman living near Krlgor died Frjday morning and a report was current that a lick on his hoed from a pitchfork In tho hoods ot the tether had caused tho boys death Squire Wallin hearing the report ordered that the boy bo not burled ant noon Saturday In order that an tigation bo made In company with SqulWallinthe body but falling to find marks of Juerpermitted to bury their offspring A Shade1nr broke isle seas leI and had otherwise treated him Inhumanly all of which wo hope la untrue cbckonalatnished Dire AnnIe Newland 2t COME while we are hero and let us make your likeness Miss Satrap BucKiiOARD Good second handed buckboad for sale Apply at this of fireFoMERCERIZED Oxfords 121 to 75c per yard John poJones IF you buy your goods from John P Jones you can teat asaurred the style Is right and quality tbo best receptloohallAnnlo Lailey or L R Hughes 2t CONGRESSMAN GILUERT writes us that be will do all In isle power to have tbo mall route from Stanford to McKinney reeltabllbedC PlymouthCockerala strain Mats Particulars address BuIbert C Carpenter Stanford Ky DONT that Gov Bob Tay lor will deliver his most famous lee ture The Flddla and tho Bow In Danville on the evening of February 4 ON account of smallpox In Rockcai tie It Is more than likely that no jury cease will bo tried at the February term of court which begins at Mt Vernon Monday FOUND DEAUMr m yeanman of the Eat End was sound dead 4 In bed at his homo at Meadow Lawn near Louisville No WHISKY ELECTION Judge A D Ford turned down the petition for a whisky election to bo hold In two of the voting precincts ot Lancaster on ac count of irregularitiesC- ARaoN l PESOS aro ready to wall on tbo people In an exchange at their store Wheat corn oats hay eta taken In exchange for Hour meal ship stuff and cotton seed meal OTIIElecture room of the Christian church at 230 Wednesday afternoon It Is a very Important meeting and all mem bare are earnestly requested to be pres ent Miss Anne Shanks OUR Fridays papers had not reach ed Hustonvlllo up to yesterday morn tog Such handling of mall Is enough to make a far bettor Christian than tho writer Dun However we have no lbough of doing such a thing RBMBMHHR thatBurtons troupe of comedians song and dance artists comedy specialists balladlsu buck and wing dancers etc will appear at Alcorna Opera House Huston vllle Wednesday and Thursday nights saltsiREYNOLDS Mrs W G Reynolds aged about 70 died Friday afternoon at her bomo near Wnyncaburg of neu ralgia The funeral took placo Satur preachedeoiled husband she leaves a number children all grown to loci keenly th loss of a godly mother the board of supervisors of ofPulaski raised Mr F J Campbell roodyreturn 1250 worth of thanks to the highJs of such things we naturally defer to them and tip our hat for small favors This Is a gentle hint to some of our good people who arc still kicking be cause of being raised and Is given with the hope that they will emulate Brer Catcpbclla splendid example THIS AND THAT There aro 80 widows In Elizabeth town A British cruller ran Into a torpedo boat destroyer and It It believed thir drownedtC a real estate broker was celled to the door of his persontFire In a store caused a loss of 81000000 One fireman was killed and several others Injured juryleturned no moro Goebel case- Admiral Dewey as president of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Associa lion has Issued an appeal to the public for subscriptions for a national memo- rIal to Jefferson MATRIMONIAL John Howard a widower of 72 was married at Wllllamtport 0 to Miss 28sA Now woman U suing her husband for divorce ou tho ground that ho Is a tool Ho says the mere fact that he married her prevents him from defenseroJoseph H Rucker and Miss Nora Phillips end Benjamin H Wayno and Miss Llllio Phillips all of Anderson were married In tho parlor of the ONeal Houao at Versailles NOTICE I estateverIfied otimber Timber For Sale Administrator I I treuIT D HAMMONDS lialdock Casey Co Ky FOR SALE I Homo and lot on Whitley Avenue Stan Jerseymilkniture will bo told very If sold In tbo next two weeks Will rent the house If no sold by that time 81 OKAY Nice Home For Sale I I will tell at public sale In front of the court houao MONDAY PER 0 1008 Katotlaycontains six rooms has good stable garden doorUOUtOW A TKIIIIILE Attorney PUBLIC SALE Having sold our farm we will on FFR25On of Lib MlddleburgTurnpikeIng personalty towIt Two bleb bred brood polryearlingDelmontOhlef goodworkers i Shorthorn bul yearling heifers and steers suckling calf 10 ot bogs stacks of 100 shocks fodder 100 bar rels of corn In crib lot of oats farming Im plements such us wagons plow mowing andtchenTerms made known on of sale JUJ WAT BnowN PUBLIC SALE I Of Farm and Personalty TerryOoodeerr on the premises on- THURSDAY PER W IraIlnetoavllle owblllneoutbuildingstland lying one mile South of the farm ou propertyweightbout opentalIbellerhouebold JanIIftthfirmIIale EDWARD Auxins Agt FORRENT MV storeroom Wm Severance Wfilnnttoroneormarapeanl 111 OWSLKY P P+ MYHAND SurgeoneStanford Ky Onico at JK Beazleys Livery Stable Ra B Mahony Insuranci floent 1Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but thelars est and best companies rep resented Phono 85 Stanford Kentucky DR rW Carter- DENTIST Stnnford Kentucky Office in Myers House Flat To the Coal Consumer flaying bought out Illgglns A Sims th coal dealen we are now tapered w fatale the people of Stanford sad lurroundlnl country with the best brands of coal at th lowest market price for cash Farmers w will take your hay and corn In exchang for coal at the market price Wo solid your trade and guarantee full weight fo your money Order received at house DeeBoon Dunatvoat STfWFORO KY Stock of Merchandise FOR SALE On Maui St in Stanford Good Stand Making honey but want to sell for satisfac tory reasons Address Box 62 Stanford Ky I s 20 rcj ent REDUCTION t ON tX11 Winter Suits And Overcoats ssassteaesa Cummins S McClary OVERCOATS I Over Shoes Felt Boots Ear MuffsLined GlovesWool Shirtsi The Very Thing for This Zero Weather Terms Cash H J McRoberts I r AVa Jl YYVWIJ MM v Q i Jonuaru Specials i e I h Everything in white scwingriiat 5c 7c and lOc A good weight soft check dimity LSt for underwear at 10c Big line of i handmade torschon laces J Splendid values in India LinenSjLe no effects Mercerized goods See jUS for Table Linens and Towelsmour prices on Cottons cings Long Cloths Dimities Etc 1 i1 SEVERANCE SON 1 JOHN BRIGHT JR A CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queenawaro all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement 0 t Watch Chains Of many various de scriptions at prices to suit most every body We have a largo and well selected stock Come and see us I W H MUELLER Staiiford1Ky t IfTHEJNTEK10RJOURNAL r i red n the potlcjfice at Stanford at t ttond clcut mnuer- Sewb7Sn3aaiTUSeCaywf cIvA-T 81 PER YEAR CASH ae Wnsnaotiopslds300wlirb chsrgo1 KNOXVILLE DIVISION 0 31 Train going North 114am e2ea 2somt oSS s II 80utllM12IIam1023II 1262 p PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clwwt ant tmutlnct toe IVornob a luiuriinl rrowth terser Tail to Rpt ray- l1Mr to tti Touthral Color CuteApnlIsniti Vruraid tilUog rIT J w PRICE 1Proprietor Re j pair Shop t Main Street STANFORD business In both lines and IEa satisfaction Your patron oilclted Horseshoeing at other work In proportion A S PRICE I surgeon Dontlst r Stanford Ky aFDfleovr McRoberU1 Drug Stan In ohs Owtley Uulldlng t R IL JONES DENTISTStanford Kye Office over HigIna McKinneys Ston f Telephone No 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary open all the year for the treatment of jSa and chronic diseases and for con Board and nursing shall be cash advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bUts duo when services are rendered and must M paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Kyt Drummers Rigs a specialty nigh Orade Horses and Mules bought sold Feed hone receive personal attention A M BOURNE LancastoraKy Offers hIs services at uotoinorto the people of Lincoln County lie will please both in work and price Write to htm Traylor ficetDEALERS IK VHlsku Brandy Wines Beer 6l0ar5ft5luUt Carpenter Closelto DepotSTANFORD KYI Prompt anleolite attention Nothing bu the bet to drink Malt phone cr telegraph orders receive w mpt atten I BICKDRAUDT i THE GREAT r flHlLYHEDICINE Thodfords Blaek Dranght has saved doctors bills more than Illty years For the common faro constipationindigestion ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is necessary It invigorates andregt ulates the digestion- etlmulates action of urifles the blood and tho t ItIIsour stomach dizziness chills trouflesconstipationdiarrhma i t colds and headache Every druggist has Thedfords BlackDraught- in cent packages and in mam imothsize it 00 Never accept Insist on having the r t original mode by the Chattanooga I l Company believe Thtdford BlackDraught It the but medicine on earth It it good for any end everything I have a family twelve children and for four have them on foot and healthy with no doctor but Black Draught A J GREEN llkwr U t j FARM FOR SALEI I desire to sell my farm of 100 acres loca ted on Knob Lick JJ mile of Knob Lick Station It Is all No farming land near ly half of which Is In cultivation the re mainder in BlueGrass lies on It a good substantial dwelling good barn and other outhouses Well watered bv cistern springs and pond Those desiring to buy a faim would do well to see my place- S W O1VESS Stanford Ky STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya cinths Narcissus Floral designs on short notice Redding and VCfietable 3 of aU kinds 1n eeasou JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford Ua C RUPLEY The Merchant tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at sale my property situated on the north side of Main on east side of College street In Huitonvllle Ky consisting of hotel and livery stable and vacant lot This property Is well ar ranged for hotel or boarding bouse and livery stable having on same a nice livery barn 65x75 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and good va cant lot for private resldenc If desired Everlasting water In abundance Property Is well for private residence and- I now rented for that It vou want good paying In Ilustonvllle call on or D Carpenter Huston vllle Ky iEMEMJ36i I That socalled cheap insurauco is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in the premium may cost you a hundred in a loss eight and experiencemanagement guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in the Home of New York can be relied on Jesse D Woaren Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln Oarrard Boyle and Casey Counties Kentucky J+ G+ 1c Y UNDERTAKER EtIBALMER And Dealear In KflI NESS SADDLER 0 Stanford Ky J L Beazley iS Co J Undertakers EmbalmersandI ALSO DK1LZXS M FurnHureMattlnjsRug8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Block Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR FENNE- RSKIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Also aehe Dropsy Female Dont become There Is a cases as yours All consultations Free For years I had backache severe paIns across kidneys and scalding urine 1 could not got out of bed without help Tho use of Dr Fenncrs Kidney and Backache Cure restored me O WAGONER Knobsvlllc Pa Druggists 60c II Ask for Cook BookFree STYITUSDANC i sia sirrawune et TroublesCURE lfnecessarywrltoDrFennetlie Sure Cure Circular Pi Fenner FrcdonlaN Y fIW Thirty Years In The Senate On the 4th of March John P Jon of Nevada will have completed flvofull terms In the United States Senate and will give way to Francis Q Nowlani who has been chosen to succeed him This service of 30 years Is long but It has been equaled by several others and excelled by twoJohn Sherman of Ohio and Justin S Morrill of Vor moot each of whom served 32 ycars Mr Jones however bas served 10oRer than any one now In tho Senate except Mr Allison who entered at tbo lamo time and so is called tho father of tbat bodyTho first man to serve as much as 30 years In the Senate was Thomas n Benton of Missouri and bo embalm that distinction In a book known as Thirty Years In tho Senate Ho vas elected In 1820 It is true tbat William Rufus King of Alabama Is credit with 30 years service and was electcd In 1610 But he was minister to Franco from 144 to 1840 and did not reappear In the Senate till 1818 when ho wal chosen to fill a vacancy In 1840 bo was ro elected for six year but In 1852 ho was elected vlco president took tbe oath of office In Havana and died April 18 1853 His service In tho Sonat therefore hardly amounted to 30 year and at all events Beaton concluded hi servlco before King Besides tboso mentioned W B Allleon of Iowa will have completed 30 years of continue service on March 4 the same day which witnesses tbo close of Mr JaDes Senatorial career Mr Jones was born In England In 1830 but came to this country when ho was less than a year old Ho grew up In Ohio but went to California soon after the discovery of gold there fie hal had various changes of fortune bavln at one time worked with pick and sho el though ho Is now understood to bo quite wealthy lie has always ranked as a man of ability and Is saU to bo very popular with his fellow member HIs contributions to tho literature of the currency question wore regarded very valuable by those who agree with him though In the long run bo round himself on the losing aide Though the father of tbo Senate Senator Joans Is considerably younge In years than several of bis fellows Aa Mated he was born In 1830 Mr Pet us of Alabama who has just been re elected was born In 1821 and Is the oldelt man In the Senate Hit col eaguc Mr Morgan was born In 1824 Senators Hoar of Massachusetts and Bawler of Connecticut wero born In 11826 Platt of Connecticut and Stew art of Nevada In 1827 Cullom of Ills tols and Allison of Iowa In 1829 Thi last named Senator Is equal to Jones In leDJth of service and one year older There have doubtless been many otb en whose terms of service have ap iroached 30 years but these named an aU who have completed tbat term Hurler Journal Lively Old Men Five men who long ago passed th hrceecoroandten mark have been iBilngulahlog themselves In athletl pursuits recently Four of them art Itizene of tho United States Of the five the oldest Is William H eymour of Rockport N Y who bill ust celebrated his 1004th birthday bj iklngr up automoblllng Ho declare he Is halo and hearty and good for 50 ears more Close on his record follows tbat of Capt John Erkenbrack of Saratoga hose latest feat has been to prepare lor a 10day tramp to New York City and that at the age of 05 M Charles Cambon of Cbalamont ranee has Just celebrated his 89th Irthday by taking out a hunting II ense his 2nd This young old mat Is still oce of the best hunters in all raneeAs on skates as a youngster of 12 la Col J Harry Rogers over wboso silvered head 85 years have pass cd But of all these elderly bye Walter 7eotwortb the i1yearoldcoDtortlon- 1st of Bedford Mass Is perhaps the mOlt remarkable for he has lived almost 37 years longer than any other contortionist known and is still as sup pie as a snake and can do a twist or Ipllt with ease New York Sun Dislocated Her Shoulder Mrs Johanna Soderholm of Fergus Falls Jfinn fell and dislocated her loulder She had a surgeon get It back In place as soon as possible but it was quite sore and pained her very much lIer son mentioned that ho had seen Chamberlain Pain Balm advertised for sprains and soreness and she asked him to buy her a bottle of It which he did It quickly relieved her and enabled her to eleep which she had not done for several doys The son was much pleased with the relief it gavo his mother and be has linco recommended it to many others for sale by Craig A Hocker The plans for the festival ball of tbo Louisiana Purchase Exposition have beea submitted showing the dome will be the largest in the world excelling io size those of St Peteras Cathedral and the Pantheon at Rome For a bad taste In tho moulh take a few Dice ol Chamberlains Stomach and II- er Tablets Price 25c Warranted to cure For sale by Oralg A HockerDrug glstl r Appalling Death Roll Of 1902 Few people realize how frlgbtfi have been tbo ravages of 1002 by di lease and disaster Close to a million persons wero swept across the Styx by epidemics Hoods sod volcanoes Early In May a series of eruptions In Martinique and neighboring Islands In tho Carrlbean sea snuffed out counties thousands of lives Somewhat lator the Yellow River 01 China overflowed Its banks and tens of thousands of Celestials were Browne like rate In a trap Not In 40 years has there been lucb an epidemic of cholera as for thepalt six months has been raging like a pral rlo lire in Egypt Japan China and tho Philippines Official reports show that the disease has been no respecter of persons but has raged with equal vlr ulooco in the slums of Canton and Shanghai and among those of royal blood in Pokln Neither did the pent lence break out In one town and eprca to another It appears to have brokoi out almost in the same hour In Man cburla Shonsl and halt a dozen othc provinces and Is now frightfully fate In almost every section of China Tho busiest men In Japan have been thl undertakers and how dreadful has beet the mortality from the disease In tbo Philippine archipelago Is shown by tho reports made to this government by American officials stationed there Though the statistics have been kop ImperfectlyIn some sections not allthe loss by the disease has caill been 600000 people since the openlnj of the year And now conies the news that an cpl demlo of measles la sweeping over west ern Europe and has already cro io Behrlog Sea Into Alaska Thousand bavo already died particularly in Kam scbatka and tbo living aro so worn out with caring for tbo sick that they an In most cases themselves fit subjects for the hospital Our Old Bachelors Old bachelors In one of the Argon Line small States are taxed 15 a month for being allowed to live After 30 and up to 35 yeara they are taxed f10 monthly From 35 to 60 years they mutt pay 130 monthly After that age all pa lance ceases and the probabllty Is he will be driven from the country A widower In the same State Is given hreo years to mourn and choose a successor to his former wife but If ho- roves that he bas proposed and been elected throe times in one year be Is Iven Immunity Aa to the law In ref trenco to widowers we have nothing to say but as to the statute taxing achelora wo aro heartily In favor and roald go even further than do the Ar online authorities A casual invest ration of the situation would Justify be levying of a heavy tax on this class 01 unapprootatlvo human beings With out prompting or time for thought the tames of not lets than a doun can bo tailed off In rapid succession and paul bly not ono of the 12 could If oalled oe live a good and valid cxouso for his conduct The city charter should bo mended at tbo next session of the leg slaturo and the common ccuooll au horlzed to levy a good healthy tax on his oasi the proceeds to bo dedicated to the public library Harrodsburg Iqrald Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror incnstcr t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid lable Every hing first clasu Porters meet all trains 89 S CIS LeXInGTOn Demo RJt IB the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year- It especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor W P Walton Editor 5 Pror Lexington Ky t Iaxtoo Shanks W Walker Oeo BiliousnessMakes Chronic When tile Urer torpid and fell do lu work the bile enters the blood a virulent poison Then come constipation biliousness sick headache fevers and malaria The only treatment that iStrea the liter Just the right touch and starts Nature work the right AlIOHS manner tsJJ ANDTONIC PELLETS The pin touches the liver and the pellets tone the I1 system rJ 21 doses tor y dtvs cost n cent and unless your case is exceedingly bed you v will bo well before you finish them Sv Sample free For tits all dealers y FOR SALE DY W MROBEnTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STORE First National BankOf Stanford Ky Capitol Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established the Deposit Hank of Stanford In ISIS then reorcanlied the National Bank of Stanford In ISM and again reorganized the First National Bark of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an unlnter rUItd existence for U Tears It better supplied now with faemU for transact Ing Dullness promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable caredf Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 3OOOOO Directors J J D Owsley II O W Carter Invalids U to as in j at B as as u Is n Bueee on to The Farmers hank A Trunt Company and under same management continuously for 30 year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such butlnens relations wUl prove mutually beneficial Central Kentucky f Real Estate Exchange TITIJE CO Stanford Ky- Ne1Iluue sad lot la Uafnrdflf roemtkaU porch goed gardM foot eetg hi Mad etoea U d Mko4 lor mall Usa ily like se 102uMtaalI farm 2 urn a aittee Iron hUn ford lloM l fmrguatr bask Ps fed teranda Oood tarn tad sthw k tMlfigi In gee4 ret atr Cut la six SoW well fenced as hi eulllralUn on eon In troll In i ret In are- aIkaghtttsamsiw1eessale at kraal ud era be Mltl at Let akt tM In ecltMl bnk Prk fIS pre son land sJMntnf W tor I sad 2u TltLo In barvln No a Itftuw sad let la Msntonl Hwue CM slni Ihe roowi uOOoltal swl ero of lied well ftomd latbHllillor lilt In town room ooofh la rest hr two lhr wtlage or J story frauioMtd be t iitnt tile MUIi sod U 1551 ateeIIllhss taseed Wspssthe owner Must bate meet- No 4Two iUirr Irs dwstUlf 7 roam hall And Tcneas Shut ganlw f ofla sad bwiM to goal repair For IlIr runt reatole- NoIlIou end lot In ttsebrd ThrN room snJ Ironl porch teed garden anJ steal lust repxD7 t1Ulouasold101IDSlankd134storks I Good prim oloho1 CM lets easy tear 0 L Firm of M urn JK mile Ins SUn lord onfounljrosdJS icrcsln mltlntlen xren in railurr t lad rat In tlmtwr Two small cniugn ccwl bun and CllbulWlnp wn waprnt and teasing fairly JIOd Hw esn b bought si your price s owner Ira In lndlin ro lii amt must hay money KalZl lllocofU roorai hsll sod port Drccnury outbulwlngs and pnlen Alto Urge two dory don room saitaa bet lower room auppHel- with counttn thefts etc Water In dwdllnx sod storeroom also ctaUrn end well plan Smsll lot k of stars One mile from HlnlorJ IlulMinn in r lr snJ dwdllM orlgln ily oat IUO snditorOTirtiioa Will Mil both for iuo or will real or Mil wnarsUIv No 11210 art fine t milt of Crab Orchard Ky llrlik dwelling tl ruwnis two knot bouvs two bum well sod spring npr dwelling Fsnn In high stale of culllntlon 160 rlrrr tiottom land good fcnrtng trull etc Vila I 7JO sn eats No KlOOscrrsol Union Lancutcr street Crab Orchard lt Ingrsu no Ira provementsrroptlargcitackLin stmndiom of stock water In Iowa film No 15A rte cottage mad lot en LanIer street bunlord 7 rooms goal cliUrn etc Cost orloooNo acne near lluitonrlllc Dwelling of eight rooms bill TI sals tie One tenant htiuie stock birD large tobacco barn and other oulbulldlngt Cittern and rood well in the- N and water In IPr Geld on the ptrce Farm cut in wren fields and nretclau lend No 3OA lsm of lao acne frsm dwelling four roans stack barn and all necMtary out bulldID tracing well watered cat In art- deldsVSaenln cu llhllon rest In blue drsa Ix than half mil Irom turnpike We oCer this plan for only per acts No St IIous of Or good rooms lid lour urea Of around at UU halem Ky Illght on turnpike well watered fencing I altbul dings In IlIlr Unlmprored land adjoining Ibis sold for m- per acre tell this hones for b1p or ex hang for property in SuntorJ or McKlnney Ky This place a stones throw of churches chooli stores Ac No31n03 acres of land In Rockraitl for sale or exchange Hai all necessary luiproTemsnts well dos Will be sold at a bargain NoIOrm of Ito acres situated near Kings t111e Kyi to arras In culllrstlon 89 In timb rreit two rood barns and othe- routbulhlopood repair I wellla comrantlro ly sew U within aoo arch of thro churches a anti C S depot Iropertv lie ou delnblPannfor 82100 or la parcel of not s acres lo ultpurchaaer certainly cheap property No 63nn of 71 acres nesburg waterDwtllngllood barn etc Well renting In rood repair 1lOucl lime tons land In good tif hborhood clot to school and on load road Piles I7UO No 64A lean of 800 acres Lincoln county Three good dwellings good bunt sod out build lop each house lure etc about the center of 100 acres All on county road mile from church school mod Lava well and well catered This Ii a good tobiccn farm and would ult two or thr fimllles that might want to come rom the sam neighborhood Pile reasonable 5 11 Officers f J S HOOKER Prest J J MoUOIIKUTfl Chr W U WKAUKN hk- prDreollors F lUild Danvllla B T Harris Stanford J locker Stanford VI Walton Lexington K L Tanner Me U II Rlmore Stanford II Stanford y T P lUll Stanford Ju ItobluMin Hubble J II HauKhman Stanford W P Tate Stanford II In Officers S U BLANKS President J B OWSLEY Cashier W IL IIUIOHT Asst Cashier Ne M A iplrodkl term of M HMo handua Iwteryeeurerrwasdw4Iogs with watu 00iiMttld W Ih etly halt In sight eI the graJ l HtMl Tb Ielsg It seal plan well wtaJ11 MlbulbMoci ta Mad re air TbU If see1 ho Mt 411 M tn so oar 1M sad wtu to aM ai s bagel KyOssdsesgot ban and oche ouMMtldlBfa mst sores Na ts Ilwade UII lad lanes reo tale tcteai Kmt ver tSNler setter etc All sec wary e lb IUInri Kaln Urge hue all IB rt4eaalld rrfJl lien Nly lulatd saileste el Ibl eu at dse IlIIHIad larf biro let IlMty frail MiptoM PlceytlseNe 2aWe nOIr lead is da mike Irm mlired sad sllIXrlaaa tint 8 atyanoflaMllt tiirr stm toSiMeUM Uo1 scj In gas T tf head It lor or nfb Ne 1A rna of In sit fs r MM AM nun fed Ml two Jolt U Ike sass vVU walMlfe itIiIIdIMettaeuadrlTefnai oMiety MI OWBC Man itsarreleLIaebouIeU 1rknly He- So U Fans el US acres le Carey nwnly Two nary frame dwetHeg Iwo eooJ nd other tubuewlandNa nFaisaoril m In essay county A olddwelllrgtalaeuadlaenbuilding On eaunty roid ieedU ubami land deatrWKyramuulbulUIsp s acre la mlllTaUen real In tinb OtemcJebooiadIU Irlcelark situatedtromontotareemllesfmmWan milsfra buyer fur an fs000 to tie lana clue to town i No It 0ey acre of land near Crab Orchard 20 Two stav bout 0 room ballTeranda lrorrttern at door Ueautlful ha Price 13000 lground1200 taafardirsmtslog tub and wagon heel combined the other attachededhennerymlokrhariodoinrncrib Fencing In good repair Well watered etc Thlt farm baa been octuple by a former own er year and It well presetted and Imprurrd It Itsutfor1t11eclCodhow Will tell for II 500 landlaMoreland acreInNoM Prams hotel Itrg rooms double reran Ioreroomfrontlnlloll fordwelllng 2 nice cottage nicely furnished AlargeNero Vacant lot adjoining fret front 200 KyendrrrmoolhuebansforOarnrdcountyImllesfromLauculerKy landtinesbiIDCh through te place rhe land rich lid flewlyfineitrmedwelUolele newly oorered and painted tenant house conditionInoitofllce an I store within 409 yards of house tilt place wl b sold cheap 80menetKeutlnten 40 urea In pastures balance in timber Dwell contains seven rpoms Lare barn and all IplndidL R Hughes Secretary A Treasurer I I