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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w U IISI3MI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL t VOL XXX1 STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 24 1903 8 A M NO7 rI IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Lebanon will have a street fair tho week of May 25 Capt WJlllara IL CundllT ooo of Pu1 lailcCs olden and belt citizens It dead p Wm O Caboll a highly respected citizen ot Adair county Is dead at hla home near Joppa Tbo Kentucky Ohio 011 sad Redoing L Co brouRbt In Ike Stable well No 10 at 030 foot In Wayne The remain of Mrsi L H Blanton wore removed from Hlcbmood and Interred In tbo Bellevue cemetery Dan rllle On April 13 a Street railway fran chile will be told at public auction for the operating of electric itreet can In Somerset Woodsoo May Elbcrt Wesley and It L Drown have associated themselves together In the real estate business at Somerset n A Brooking and W B King have purchased machinery nod propose to have the Plnevllle bottling workI In operation by the middle of April A Lexington dispatch says D T Scott formerly of Garrard county was used 1100 In Magistrate Paynei court for defrauding a boarding housekeep cr Scott was recently married- A big deal was consummated by which C P Cecil Jr purchased the entire itook of Gentry Farrli Mcoe fee and will luccccd them In their stand on the corner of Third and Main AdvocateThe railway bal just com pleted three surveys to Ilarlan from Mlddleiboro which U a distance of fifty mile It has alto secured rights of way and It U stated that work on the road will begin about May 1 Moire Wllholte of Lebanon Is prob ably the largest child for her ape In the State Although only nine years old she weigh 210 pounds She enjoys good health U unusually bright and a favorite with all who know bur Deputy Collector W T Short and Deputy Marshal J 0 Mulllni while on a raid In Rockcaitle found a complete mooniblno outfit hidden under the real dente of Jatnei Baker They arrested the man and took him to London for t trialDeputy Sheriff J B Williams aDd a posse of three men attempted to ar rest an unknown crazy man In Marlon county The maniac opened Ore wound- Ing all four of the men After Deputy Williams bad fallen ho fired a bullet through the insane roans head killing him Instantly Dud Cowan received a letter from hip sister Mrs George O Barnes Saolbel Island Florida In which she gives a very thrilling account of the catching of the largest Sea Tarpon aver Known to be caught In that region with hook and line The fish measured six feet and eight Inches la length Advocate After 40 years the estate of Robert Oyeretreet who died In Mercer county In 1303 ball been settled through Its executor J Harvey Overitreet of Lox ington When the death of Mr Over street occurred tbo children decided not to divide the estate until after the death of their mother who passed away In June last For the lint time a patient has died from an operation for congenital duo cation of the hip after the Lorenz method OSTRICH LOGIC When I cant see danger there Is no danger Thats the logic ol the ostrich which bides its and exposes its body to the hunter There are not a few people who seem to have gone to the ostrich to learn logic The most dangerous enemies of humanity are tbe enemies cant be seen the disease breeding microbes which Infect the blood It is Larder to get the microbe out of the blood than to it out but Dr lienca Golden Medical Discovery purlfytng keepingit If there are on the plmpJel ImpureblOOd Pierce Golden Medical Discov I purify theblood and cure the eruptions which come from It tMybloodwaadfouloforderandlbdtogow andon Stanly Co NC Mle Rave me medl beenwinterIy tonlill were my neck awollen all out of shaDe Ihrot was sore and I could not cure It My husband went for the doctor but be rare me no encouragement II me a lame but It did not laot attended me for twelve months when I hard of a lady whose condition was Un mine who was takiug your medicine and was crtUnJr well Ito t Ieof the medicine aoa began taklntt II In onewtekIweable 10 do When I I could II up only a few mlnulM at a tlmetnd I could Teat or aleep only a little while throat WU ao sure at times I could not even awallow sweet j ml1k and full of little eating lel fidewas lwoUen out or Ihapc saidcould hardly nol get get mr butthreebottles of Dr iiercea Golden Medat Discovery three bottlei of Ms three bottles of Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy and the uoo of salt water the work sod mea Dr Pleasant Pellets cure cost stlpatlou and Its coaaequeacea LAND STOCK CROPS ETC W A Trlbblo sold to John Cook a work horse for 800 M J Farrli sold to W P Ruble 100 700 pound cattle at 41c J H Thompson bought of Sam Bal lard a lot of shout at 6c E P Neat sold 200 acres of land near Bowling Uroeo for 815000 Small lot of good cultivated hemp seed for sale Robert M West Lan dater 2t Mark Hardln sold a horse nt Lancas tel yesterday for 875 and bought one for 8110 James MoLeod bought 300 acres of land In Woodford county near South Elkhorn at 885 Charles Lutes bought of John Lutes a car load of 300 pound hogs for Aug 10 delivery at Cola Woodford Sellers Ledrldgoeold 03 fat Steers averaging 1316 pound to Simon Well at He i M B EubanUs bought of W G Goocb of Eubank 10 shoats and a sow and pigs for 8 120 Isaiah White ft Sons bought Iq Russell oouaty 20 butcher cattle at about 3oand 31 sheep I3iciFour young jacks for sale or trade for any kind of stock all three year old At S BaughmanaAndy Smith of sell Bounty bought of Napier = McClure their farm near Preacberivllle for about 85000 King Eagles description nod pedl grco appears elsewhere Read It care fully and tee If you dont think be Is u royally bred follow W W Evans of Lexington has sold Roy Miller of Macon Ga the yearling fllly Flying Dottc for 85000 the high eat rIce In a decade J B Willis void for 81500 to Madl ton count parties the farm bo bought tome tbreo month ago for 8000 It ad joint Crab Orchard Spring Dave U McDonald of PllUburp has bought of P W Ray of Lexington the black trotting gelding by Delectus dam Anna lilt by Almont for 81600 Lutes t Co sold to Bruner of Jes ermine a combined mare for 870 to W S McGuire a farm mare for 850 and to lame Frye a work horse for 845 HORSE WANTED Joe Jordan will bo In Stanford next Thursday afternoon to buy a lot of horses for too Southern market lave your horses In town W R Cook of Lancaster sold to Dick Gentry a mule for 8120 and bought of Luther and W H Underwood 35 hogs at Co Be bought of John Under wood two bogs at Oio Your attention Is called to tbe de scription and pedigree of Eagle Bird one ot tbo greatest saddle stallloni In the State He will stand at tbo low price of 810 to insure a living colt W D Mountjoy Co ot Lawrence burg have purchased the laddie stal lion Grcatland by Highland Den mark dam Fayette Denmark of Gay Brothers of Woodford county for 81 000 LANCASTER COURT There were about 100 cattle at tbe two Lancaster pone yesterday and most of them sold Steers brought 4 to 410 heifers 3 to 3o and butcher stuff 2l to lie There was a good demand for mules at 835 to 8160 Southern horses sold at 805 to 8125 Prosperous And Happy The Democrat fools this morning to congratulate Itself and thank Its pat rons for constantly Increasing business At no tlmo since Its birth nearly three years ao has tt enjoyed so great or 10 to steady a patronage as now For a long tlmo we were very much discour aged We wore besot with difficulties which at times teamed almost Insur mountable and human endurance was almost stretched to the limit but we persevered In the taco of trials and tribulations and continued to work when there seemed poor prospect of recompense It has been an awful up hill fight but we bavo won and today we fool that we arc on a firm founda lion and rising ground At no time since the paper began publication has a Sunday supplement been absolutely necessary until several months since and never until this year did It become a permanent feature Our business demands bettor quarters and Increased mechanical facilities both of which will bo provided In the near future To those who have stood by us through eyll as well as through good times wo return our slncereat thanks and prom Uo In the future aa In the past to de vote our time money and whatever of talent we may possess to the making of a paper that every citizen can read with pride Loxlngton Democrat Donna fathom ant form a sentence with it A fathom Is six feet A fly has fathom Demo species Species Is kind A boy must be specleato his mother Define odorless Odorless Is without scent A man who la odorless caB not ride on the streetcar I NEWS NOTES Another Cornell student died of typhoid fever The aged fatber of State Treasurer Hager la dead at Salycrsvllle Three women were killed by being struck by a train In Rbodo Island i Gov Brodlc of Arizona has vetoed the bill granting suffrage to women I The Steal court of Logan county has appropriated 840000 for the erection of a new court house I The State has accepted tbo offer of Now York broker to purchase 880000 worth of bonds due Jan 1 1005 Five men were drowned In a collision between a tug and a steamer la the Delaware river The tug sank A gold brick valued at 823500 In transit from Salt Lake to some point In the East was stolen from tbo Union Station at Detroit Small boys fishing near Oakland pulled upa bundle which proved to bo tbe body of a two days old baby wrapped In a coffee sack Hopper the American cyclist woo the 85000 first prize tn a meeting at Sydney N S Wlu the record time of 16326 for the mllo At their country homo near Cincin resolverRaysister Gertrude aged five The strike at the American Ship building Company Lorain O plant has been compromised 1500 men get ting a 10 per cent increase light men charged with killing Detective John H Brown of Memphis Tenn have been held without ball at Wynne Ark for firstdegree murder Frank Concell of Nashville Pros dent of the Naibvlllo Chair and Car riage Company committed suicide at Birmingham by throwing blmtelf under a train A Brooklyn athlete will attempt to cross Niagara Falls on a wire carry Ing another man of his own weight lIe will cling to a wire attached to a 4Fearingan attack made upon her stepmother Miss Laura Jeffrey aged seventeen years commit ted suicide at Wheeling W Va by taking potion Rose Cryitalll a pretty college girl was arrested In New York on the charge of stealing 81800 worth of jewelry from a lady at whose house she was a frequent vlbltor Andrew Carnegie will be the largest taxpayer over recorded on tbe final as sessment rolls In Now York His taxation on personalty which Is at the rate of 8145 will bo 872400 The Cuban Governmen Las notified the Spanish Government that the latter will not be given the contract for rain log and removing the wreck of tbe Maine Tbe Cuban Government re gards tbo proposition as lllllmcd George B White vice president ol tho Bank of South Pennsylvania was arrested on charges of embezzlement and o ber Irregularities growing out of the collapse of the concern The bank examiner charges that among the things listed by White as assets was a note apparently drawn by Whites Iii tel who died two years before the date White when arrested charac terized tbe affair as a trivial matter Tbe supremo court of Missouri re turned a decision finding five packing companies guilty of maintaining an un lawful combination for the purpose of controlling the price of moats In the Stato Fines of 85000 each and the costs In the case were assessed against Armour Swift Cudaby Hammond and Sulzoberger companies If the floes and costs are not paid In 30 dayi the defendants will bo forever barred from doing business In Missouri The ancual report of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Knights of Pythias tp the Supreme Lodge has been com pleted by John W Carter GrandKeep er of Records and Seal The growth for the year Is not largo numerically but work was done that will redeem the pledge made that 10000 members would be on the router before the Su premo Lodge meeting In 1004 The total membership In the State la now 7015 This la a net Increase for the year of 230 The active lodges In the State are 109 Grip Remedies In Great Demand I Whoa colds and grip are prevalent the quickest and surest remedies are Ingreat demand Mr Joseph D Williams of McDuff Va says he was cured of a deep anti lasting attack of la grippe b using Chamberlains Cough Remedy after trying several other preparations with n effect For sale by Craig it Rocker A gallant and social young Mr C3On meeting a fair damsel Kr aShe called for a Dr n jijThe thinghad Stir And on her red lip raised a Dir St Paul Dispatch If Its a bilious attack take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets Rnda quick recovery is certain For sale by I Craig HocVer I DR W B CVBANNO Was born In Garrard near old Fork Church and was the third eon of the taleuted and educated Capt Algernon Sidney OBanooo who was known as the living encyclopedia Capt 0 Bannon moved his family to Cats coun ty Mo whore the doctor was raised jn a farm Dr OBaooon first Intended being a farmer but when bo grow to manhood he decided to gain more knowledge and entered college and la ter begun the study of medicine He graduated from the Eclectic College of Medicine In Cincinnati in 1833 with first honors of his class of 40 Uo later took a past graduate course In the New York Polyclinic Bo located at Klngsvllle where bo was unknown but was successful from tbe start In fact his practice grew eo large that be could hardly attend to It all In 1886 the doctor married Mrs Ellen Al bright of Brodbcad a splendid woman and tbo union WILl a most happy one until it was broken by her death last year Two daughters and two sons aro the fruits of tbe marriage but be sides raising them Dr and Mrs 0 Bannon partly reared and educated four orphan girls and placed them In positions where they are selfsustain lOll Dr OBannan has given over 820000 In professional services medicine and money to thepoor of Lincoln and adjoining counties and Is a liberal donor to all good causes He lea good financier and although ho started life without a cent and paid for his school lOll he Is to day one of Stanfords most solid citizens ai well as one of her very belt Be moved here some eight years ago and like all people who live In Stanford bo thinks It tbe only town on the map LICKr C Shumate Is sick Mrs Jennie Searcy was run over by a bicycle and badly hurt Mrs Mary Rfce of Rlcbmond who Is the guest of her daughter Mrs Guy Rice Is quite sick Dont foget prayer meeting at the ball every Thursday evening Tbo Y M C A meets every Sunday afternoon Some of our farmers took advantage of the pretty days and turned coo Ild erable sod Tbe wheat In this section Is so forward thatit had to be grazed Mrs Lucy Wearon who has been a sufferer from consumption died Thurs day morning After funeral services br Rev HUSOD the was laid to rest In tbe family burying ground MriHelldrlcklproperty Mrs Sallle McKlnnoy children of Lebanon are tho guests o Dire Margaret Argo Miss Margaret Walker Is the guest of the Misses Lear Mrs Ike Arnold has the grip Dr S F Casenburg and wlfo of Knoxvlllo are guests of his brother Dr W G Casenburg Mrs C S Young who has been visiting her daughter has returned The arrivals of migrants In the Uni ted States for 1002 were 739289 a greater number than In any previous year except 1882 when the total of ar rival was 783992 The tldo seta In heavily for 1993 In January 31857 Im migrants wore landed making no account of parsons who crossed the fron tier without any official noto This shows a gain over January arrivals for 1932 of 8022 Should this rate of In crease ba maintained a now record will be made America beyond all other holdsyout 1I to wan betteroIt Saved His Leg P A Danfor b of LaGrange Ga suf feted for six months with a frightful run ning tore on his leg but writes that Buck Jens Arnica Salvo wholly cured It in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles it is tho best salve In the world Cure guar anteed Onlr loc Sold by all druggists- A large portion of Kentucky Is under water but It has not yet reached the hip pocket Chicago RecordHerald L g i44ri fI tJ of tMI i 4iC tOi itk titA IIThe tailor that charges you 5000 for t your suit will give you more than we give youfi r your4 twent five 1011111S worth more nor the half ofit 4 We give you the choice of a variety of highclass gOOlItft 1 yonr inspection MIItMorchaat Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youro not satisfied IT Ii MILLER Danville Keax I rItmP+ i 4D P m zi iC GARDEN SEEDS We have an IMMENSE stock of garden seeds both in bulk and package We have Burpees and Ferrys in built and Ferrys in package Sweet Peas Nasturtian White nice pop corn and the best varieties of early com in bulk Plenty f of yellow white and hill onion sets Come early while you have full stock to select from Also good stock of northern seed potato earliest varieties of second crop HigginsMKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Who Shall Flu it 1 SostsaS estsaerts There should be but one question to consider in decidjng where totake your Prescriptons and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to serve you When wo fill your prescription every drug that en ters into it has the exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our servicep Pennys Drug Store 11II CJrnEyefAre constantly changingland to guard against badly fitting Lenses you should Have Them TestedAt least once a year Ifyour glasses have become scratch ed by frequent wiping dont endanger your eye sight by using them They should be changedas soon as you dont see as well as you used to through them Craig Hooker St1iNFORDI W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Asks a continuance of yourJ patronage during 1903 and thanks youforl your liberal dealings of the year just closed salaISraa t d Fresh Drugs at Prkes that are Right It u- tl v + i a= eaaaL++ w i 1 THE INTERIOR JOORNA E C WALTON I HENRY M BOSWORTH Is a ondlJate for Slate Treasurer subject to the prI- mary election May 9 igoj and solicits the support of all democrats j J F HOLDAM Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for CIr- cuit CltrR of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party M F NORTH Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln county Subject to the ac tloo of the party J M ALVERSON Is a candidate let the Democratic nomination for Rep resentatlve of Lincoln County subject to the action of- 1M party DeU10crnticTickct I For Railroad Commissioner J C C MCHORD a For Circuit Judge r M C SAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR MR BRYAN eaya Senator Gorman Is a man of great force and extended leg- Islative experience Probably no oth er man In Washington la 10 well ac- quaInted with public and parliamentary preccdiiro Besides this he Iia mat of exemplary personal habits of lode fatigable Industry and perfect self con trol In other words he has most of the qualifications considered necessary for leadership and if his sympathIes were only with the people ho would bean admirable man to speak for the Democrats In the Senate but be falls ai the crucial point We fear Mr Bryan Is becoming captious He oughtnt to expect a man to be perfect THE worlds largest construction syn dlcate Is being formed to bid on the contract for building the Panama canal It Is estimated that between 8135000 000 sod 145000000 will be expended before the canal Is complete and the syndicate expects to make a proposal to hard over to the government the water way finished to the smallest detail The work should be done by contract by all means for results show overwhelming argument In favor of contract work as distinguished from that done under the direct supervision of the government It Is thought that the work can be completed within the t next 10 years A DARREL of whisky from Clncln nail addressed to King Edward Is now on Its way to England The barrel Is of the average size for longdlstance shipping and contains 45 gallons ofI good old Bourbon This la the fourth barrel of the same liquor purchased for His Majesty and shipped to him since his accession to the throne The information Is further given that the wbiekv Is the real Kentucky brand and the Incident Bbowa two things that Edward must be a pretty strong drinker and very foolish to get Ken tucky whisky from Cincinnati from which no good thing was ever known to come IF the naming of poetofttces for them is an indication of the popularity of presidents Cleveland has got most of them beat a block and even leads the father of his country and the Immortal Lincoln There are seven Pierces 15 Roosevelt 17 MoKlnloys 20 to 29 Adamses and as many Jefferson Madl sons Jackson Johnson Grants and Garfields 30 Washington 33 Monroes 31 Lincoln and 32 Clevelands JINGO an elephant said to have been larger than Jumbo died at staI March 12 on the steamer Georgia bound from Liverpool to New York The great brute bad not traveled eluca Infanoy and began to pine away as soon as the ship went out of sight of lapd It is appalling to think of the amount of ea sickness that could be crowded into an elephant weighing six tons andI standing 12 feet high CAPT T T HEDGER of Scott coun ty the next Commissioner of Agricul wa ture made friends of all who met him here Friday He Is a splendid type of I democrathere to Lancaster where ho met with i aa warm a reception sate did here 1 TUB wedding of a Negro and a white t woman took place at the First Presby terlan church In Washington The late Rev T DeWitt Talmage formerly occupied the pulpit of this church A cost of tar and feathers for each of the participants would have been a most appropriate bridal present A TACOMA WASH man fell dead with 88000 In money In his pockets A tenth of that enormous amount would be sure death to the average Kentucky editor II It should happen to find its way into his pockets TilE utter futility of speech is shown in the case of Senator Morgan Ho uttered more than a quarter of a million words yet only Pettus Teller Daniel and Martin voted with him against the canal treaty ADDITIONAL LOCALS SMALL glazed cards Craig S Hock er r BARRED Plymouth eggs 50 cents per setting of 15 Mrs T A Rice 2l THE Ladles Aid Society of the Pre byterlan church will meet with MIl W N Craig Friday afternoon at Jfcc A full attendance Is requested FOR VENTSt roam on Lane ter street and law offices formerly occupied by W A Tribble Apply at this omen or write to W P Walton LexingtondtTilE next show to hold the boards at Waltone Opera House Is The Folks Up Willow Creek which will be pre canted by Frank Davidsons strong company on April 23 No SALEMr G T Tlmberlak having satisfactorily arranged his bus- Iness affairs has called his sale off an we are gladno say that bo has decide to remain In Lincoln county 1 YOUR attention la called to the ad vertlsement of several good tracts of land which will be sold next county court day by Mlts Nannie Vandeveci executrix of her fathers estate TilE Garrard Medical Socle ty Dr Casenburg president and Di Grant secretary will meet here Frl day night next and be entertained by Dr J G Carpenter An Intorestlnj program has been arranged THE new schedule will not go Into effect until April 12th Chief TraIn Dispatcher L M Weaterfleld tells us No 21 the Northbound day passenger will pass here at 140 P M and No 23 the Southbound at 1220 p M THELadlea Aid Society of the Chris tlan church will have for sale In tho Severance Storeroom on Saturday before Easter April 11 numerous goof things to eat They will also serve Ices and cake to those who desire it tf THE dressmakers 1 association warns women not to wear trains on the street until they have learned to carry then racofullv But the only way to carry a train gracefully on the street la u leave the train at home or wrap It of sod carry It In the hands THE deed from r IIT Hart u Jr I Shelby Table has been put tc record making him owner of Traveler Rest the home of Kentuckys Orst governor The famous place has been kept in the Shelby family for hree generations extending over a period of 111 years I A CENTURY subscriber recently wrote to the publishers and the pub Ishera wrote to be Insurance companies inquiring what the charge bould be for a life subscription to the Century for a man 33 yaara of age American experience table of mortal- Ity assuming money to earn 3 per cent annual interest decided that a man 33 yeah of age should pay 13164 for a life subscriptIon to The Century We also figure a like amount for the INTERIOR OCHNAL Send check at onco as the price Increases as your chances of life decrease SAYFSYDE SOAPDr R A Jones he dentist is haying phenomenal sue cess with his SayfSyde soap which Is not only a most excellent toilet and sundry article but a very unique ad erttsement The label on which any uslness may be advertised is put on with a preparation which prevents Its coming off and the advertisement lasts as long as there is a particle of the soap In toilet size it Is the prettist and most neatly packed soap on the market and the way it sellill a caution Severance Son John P Jones and Craig S Locker handle SayfSydo here and they find a difficulty in keeping it In- stook so great is the demand for It- Toe soap Is put up by a Cincinnati firm under the supervision of Mr WallaceW Withers who is assisting Dr Joces wltb his popular patent The doctor haa boon offered a handsome sum for his patent right of the advertising soap but he declined dellevlng It too good a thing to sell While bo personally looks after the soap business to a con Idcrable extent the genial doctor oesnt let It Interfere with his dental ractlce which continues to grow The report of the Strike Commission rovldes for an Increase 6f 10 per cent to the miners provides for arbitration of all differences fixes a maximum waged sliding scale to be in force for three years and provides for no dis- crImInation on either side on account of union or non union allegiance of the liners What a mistake it is to judgo men by their clothes I kpow It There la a self made illllonalro in this town who dresses ae well and with as much taste as any of the clerks In his establishment hlcago Herald An effort of Deputy Sheriff Castoel to arrest a man named Inman in Laurel county was resisted Burt Casteel and George Little wore shot to death oman made his escape Because ho would not become an an AshleyHeIghtsfitted by the dealers there In tho nec series of life John Willis and Laura Jeffries were LucjColemalis by Albert Wright All are negroes I UUIEUUPOLITICAL Justice Samuel H Terral of the IU preme court of Mississippi is dead William J Bryan spen his birthday serving on a Jury In the district court Senator McCreary has left Waihlni too for his home In Richmond Sena tor Blackburn will remain at the capl till for several weeks Roosevelt republicans have overthrown the Lily Whlfta by capturic the Alabama State machinery aDd have bought a newspaper Gor Beckham has appointed AdJ Gen Murray to aid the Federal govert ment In Its compilation of the Confei erate war records of Kentucky The American Medical Astoclatlc will ask Congress to enact a law crea tog a new Cabinet oQlcer who shall be known as Secretary of Health and SaD ttatlon H H HennInger of Wayne count whose announcement for the democrat- Ic Domination for State Treasurer wu made many months ago and who thou ends of eleventh district democrats hoped could win a place upon tbo De1t State ticket has decided to wlthdra from the race Somerset Journal John W Yorkes says that under DO circumstances will he be a caodldat for governor Certainly not The con mtssloner of Internal revenue Is no hoi He knows when ho has had enough aad that a bird In the hand Is worth several In the bush Some tool like Doboa may nomination but wisego up against the republicans will give It the cold show der Lexington Democrat Secretary of the Treasury Shaw waa the guest of hocor and principal speak er at the first annual banquet of the New Orleans Board of Trade Secretary Shaw spoke of the need for Bevel oping the merchantlle marine interest of the country He predicted that when this fen done and trade with South America is properly developed the Gulf States will become the headquar ters of vast shipping and exporting In terests The Cuban reciprocity treaty wet ratified Thursday by a vote of 50 to 16 and the Senate finally adjourned The day was marked by speechmaking Senator Foster of Louisiana deliver ing a set address In opposition to the treaty Two amendments reported dun tog the day were among those adopted One of toese provides for a reduction of 30 per cent of the duty on flour corn meal and corn Imported Into Cuba from the United States THIS AND THAT A heavy snow Is falling In Iowa Mrs Kate Forsythe Is dead at Som erect Thomas H Fox a wellknown citizen of Boyle Is dead Barrett Bratcher was killed by a train In Ohio county Lutes k Co sold to Roberts of Jes samlne a horse for 105 The Kentucky Dental Association will meet at Bowling Green May 2527 Two people were killed and several Injured In railroad accidents at Ayers vllle Ga- Louisville suffered a severe cyclone yesterday afternoon Considerable damage was done C C Cain Pulaski sold to parties from Mlasourl a 15 hand extra fine six year old black Jack for 1350 Thomas Overlay aged 14 accidentally shot and killed himself while handing a revolver at Delaware Ky Five deaf persons in New York at ended an opera and were enabled to hear perfectly by means of the acouitl tonMrs Kate Telford lllckle daughter of a former secretary of Daniel OCon nell was sentenced to Auburn prison perjuryLuther Jeffries IS yearold boy of Mt Sterling committed suicide with a Ibotgun He Is believed to have been mentally deranged Marseilles the great market for olive oil Imported in Deember 2000 tons of cottonseed oil Nearly all of It was from the United States At Bardwell Ky robbers entered the bank and dynamited the safe and secured 5000 in money The banks vault was tbtally wrecked- A summons has been issued for Mrs Nettle Green reputed to bo the wealth lest woman in the United States to appear before Recorder Stanton at Hoboken and explain why she has failed to obtain a dog license for her pet terrier Three masked robbers attempted to hold up an electric car between Los Angeles and Santa Monica Cal A passenger opened fire on the robbers and all three of began shooting In the car H A Griswold of Manson ia was killed Three other passen gels sustained serious wounds CHURCH MATTERS Much Interest Is being manifested In ha meeting at the Methodist church and splendid sermons aro heard at each ervlceFather Kelley of Louisville has arrived to take charge of St Peters and St Pauls Catholic church as resident pastor at Danville Rev J W McGarvey and wlfo of exlncton celebrated their golden weddIng at Gymnasium HallKentucky nlvprslty yesterday One thousand Invitation worn The Methodists of New Orleans will nvito Bishop H C Morrison of Louts to reside In new Orleans and as- I1n addltlonalladlicement will offer him an episcopal residence keeping with hIs olgntty as one of the of llshops of the Southern Methodist Burch I GRAND LEADERS j S SPRING GREETINGS Wo havo tho largest and finest stock over carried under one roof in Lincoln county Wo have been receiving goods on ovary freight until wo have tho grandest assortment that monoy could buy Every ntlolo selected with great care Our prlcos are always right as low as possible for good quality Wo ask you tb Inspect this stock Just in tho finest lino of Monn and Boys olothlng made from tho celebrated Kriuhbaum lined made and Knhn Dryfus ft Co Those two linos are tho best In tho business Prices on Krlah Imurrls band made snits from 8lM to Q5 Kaon Dryfus it Cos fine coons suits from 815 to e5 Boys fino suits from 810 to 8160 White Goods Department Wo are showing the largest lino of Piquos Oxfords merser Iced flgiuxnl and dots Lena Weaves Paris Muslin India Lluon Damasks Etc A tango and varied lino to select from In our Dross Goods we aro showing Now Etamino at COo yard Now Mohairs at 35 50 and 75o yard Narrow checked Mohairs at 50 x yard Molroso in all colors at COc per yard Our Ribbon Is with bright now ribbons ell kinds and Ladies Mens Fine Shoes Wo carry only tho best Pot Ladles Shoes Kid top price 330 turn Kldshoe high worth Price all other kinds in 16o to 85 Chlldrcds shoes all kinds Lot us you small price Dross Skirts wo anything you to 815 Now tine wide band newest Our of Table Linen and Napkins match aro fino The Grand Leader MATRIMONIAL At Ser ent Qasadoro Bale 20 wet married to Mary Bates 13 Charles Brenner 20 and Miss Gertrude Sprigg15 were married at Grecnup aged 21 and Mill gto 15lwera married at Wtynesburg York society paper announc es that August Belmont Is to marry the beautiful Countess Fabrlcottl Morgan aged 14 and Vina Hampton 10 wero married ye at Millstone Creek near May marriage of A O Stanley and Susan Soaper of Henderson will take place In Hen derson Tuesday April Cards are out announcing tho mar rlago of the Rev Sam Key and Miss Gertrude Grady the only daughter of Or and Mrs J H Grady of Columbia The ceremony will take place at the Methodist morning April 8 at 6 oclock- Invitations received to the marriage of Miss Louise Robinson Saunders and Rev Harvey Short Mur at 12 April 2nd at the First church of Danville The weddIng will create much Interest on of the of the families of the bride and groom who are wellknown Sauaders is a daughter of Roy Mlles Saunders Ad vocate The a slier of James N Saunders this pl- aceMILLINERY tstnoaefttl Just returned from tho city with a complete line of SPRING and- SUMMER MILLINERYM- ies Ada Grim from Indiana trimmer Come And See Us Sirs G Singleton POSTED I Wo whose names appear below positively hunting trapping or trespassing la any way on our lands and will prosecute to the Cull extent of the law persona guilt of such Mike Mike Faskauner Matthew Drlosler and tinnier DR PI WI Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myors Houso Flats Go To George Harris Crab For Dargfilni sine of Groceries and Just received Hlgheltlmarket- prIce for c a A PRICE Bmrgaon Dentist Stanford Ky uptodate Dress Orgonfllcs Morsorlzed department Store laths Owric and Now figured falntloss mattings yd warp mattings worth 35o at 2Jo Flnp lino Ingrain prices from 25o to SAc per yard ills now hand In all from 26o to el ouch Now Metal Bolts Pins Pool TI from tho size of a pin head to as a department overflowing shades widths Fine Viol too Matt Flue hand Ladles French heel fJ 81 ranging pnco from of shoo at a Ladies havo want Prtttts from 81 each tire just In Line to values Miss need John Perry Mag MiOlnnU Saturday- A New Collier Miss torday kingThe Congreuman Miss both 28 church Wednesday have been doch oclock Presbyterian account prominence Miss brldotobols Hon of forbid 1fltter Christian B Orchard Fresh Oakes flutter Egg OfflatOTM McBobtrtaDrng SuadlaeF CARPETS MATTINGS 12io Cotton carpos purses styles largo dollar colors and makes French plain trimmings CLEAN UP 11 AND lltY YorilSFLF SOME MINK NH- WFurtiture s Carpets China and Japanese Mattings Wall Paper k Window ShadesaPicture Frames ac- We are In a position to save you money ami ready to o6nvineo you of the facts Our lines em brace some of tho host things In tho market Call and see u- sWITHERS FURNITURE COMPANY LAMP SALEM r Beginning March 2d we will close out our line of fine Parlor and Library Lamps at COST for CASH Now is your chance to buy a nice lamp wholesaleprice CEO H FARRIS CO Stanford Ky E A ALL Sorts of pretty jewolry is tho vogue Slnny novelties Imvo been added Como in and see tho lot est in Jewelry Watches Clocks and Silverware Absolutely no misrepre sentation J w MUELLERStanford IMENS SHOES 1 350 buys a pair Eclipse Shoes Wo have n full stock of the new Spring styles mudo from Pat Colt Vici Kangaroo and Box Calf just in rrfhosor trouble to sh w so call and see our stock j W PERKINS UuMonsj i Cra210rClllfd r r t r j tk I t s 5 r I jf 4 I Danville Ky etss areostars I OPENING Spring Ann Summer Hats ThursdayFriday Saturdayi March 26th 27t 28th When wo will have on display over 600 Hats representing tho boat efforts of Now forks most artistic milliners There will bo over 200 trimmed and pattern hats from 2 to 18 Walking hats of every price from 100 to 81800 and roinotnbor that wo nro tho only houeo in Central Ken tuoky to show a lino of the world renowned trots made by PHIPPS ATCHINSON Tailored Suits Our lino is now comploto and we arc showing ubcu 20 very handsome and exclusive designs in SUITS from 1850 to 4500 Thoso represent tho top notch artistic tailoring and advanced st los Tho handsomest suits over brought to this placo Wo also have many excellent Suits front 1000 to 1700 Shirt Waist Suits Ate tho proper thing for Summer wear very practical economical and stylish We have them made of Foulards PonU do Solo Louiiino Pongee and TafTota Silk and jn Voile and Ktaminos from 1000 to 2000 Separate Skirts SoleITwine Mohairs Cloth Cheviots Etc 82500IWo show a very strong lino at 75Q 850 9 10 11 1200 each and every one excellent value Shirt Waist Linen properfhave it Dont bo put oil with something just aa good for thoro is none as good Lace Curtains Look at our line Wo have by actual count 75 dil ferent designs ranging in prico from 100 tot2oo per pair Wo ore exclusive agents for tho now MfitSfany and Point do Luxo curtains French curtain nets in White and Arabian by tho yard and the laces to uso with them Specialties Fino Gauge Lislo hose 8818 JLaco Lislo Hose six stylos 260 Ladies whito ribbed vests full taptul712o Ladies Shur all linen initial hnndkorohlolsl00 Mens fina nil linen hemstitched hankorchiofs 12- 12orasrm Danville Ky a i i i i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAIL 24 1003 Ia tilling your prescription wo use proportlonl not do better It yon paid ui double th price which Is always reasonable Pen npe Druz Storo PERSONALS MR D G ALFORD continues III M D LEVY of Louisville la hero MRS DR STEELE BAILEY continues very III- WM SEVERANCE Is In the city buy log goods MR 1 M PENNINOTON la 1 guest at Judge J W Alcoroa Mn A R SPEARS la rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter J Fox DCDDKUAH Is spending a today w with tho homefolke MR JESSE F COOK of Lexington spent Sunday with his parerta hero MISS LINDA DlLLlON of Lexington has been with Miss Ella May Saundere MRS THOMAS METCALF la vlaltlo her moo Charley Metcalf in Zion City MR JAMES IL DACOIIMAN la In In diana looking for more Percheron horses MESSRS J W AND S L BASTIN of Laurel came down Sunday to see their parents ROBERT MORELAND of Lexington pent Sunday with his mother and sla ter here MR A E GODWIN of Nashville was the guest of the family of Mr Rich and Dlbb MR D W EDMISTOH and wife of Fort Worth Ten are visiting rela Lives here MR ED L DCDDERAR and handeom- bride are up from Birmingham wit their parentwMRS WT MERRIMEB and children of Livingston were guests of Mrs Ao ole Nowland LEVI ELDER of Crab Orchard Is clerking in White Gibbons big store to Richmond MESSRS Joins H WoMEn and A D Parsons made a business trip to Somer set last week Miss BETTIE LEWIS will go toKlrlrs vlllo next week to take a position la a millinery store JOHN LYNN ot this place le assist lag In County Clerk John B Nichols1 once In DanvllleStlcKlnney were In the oil fields of Wayne last week Miss ADA CRIM trimmer for Mrs Garland Singleton arrived Saturday from her home In Indiana MRS J D PAXTON and little Jean spent several days with her parents Mr and Mrs A C Robinson MESSRS J R FARRIS and R C Engleman Jr attended the Stallion show at Lexington yesterday Miss TEVIS CARPENTER who la at tending the Conservatory of Music in Lexington Is at home for a few daye MRS ANNIE UALDEMAN of Loul- vllllS passed up to Crab Orchard Su day to visit her mother Mrs Jane Buchanan MESSRS HENRY PHILLIPS Wt Stone and A C Alford are building a depot at Wofford Wbltloy county for theMIssEx PEARL MONTGOMERY Hamilton College nail Sarah Burgh of Liberty are guests of Misses Alice and Erma White Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS return ed from Lebanon Junction Saturday where she gave a very successful Del aarlean entertainment on Friday eve ning IN Sundays CourierJournal tbo names of Beverly Rout and ThomasVar non Jr appeared In the honorable mention column of those who worked puzzlesMISSES ALICE WHITE of this place and SarahlBurgln of Liberty go to Louisville today to buy a stock of mil linery goods which they will open at Dunnvlllo J M CRESS of Preachcrsvlllc was here Wednesday looking for any and everything in the way of stock John la a mighty sate man to deal wtthM Vernon Signal MRS JAS H BABGIIMAK entertain ed a number of friends Saturday after noon at an elegant six course dinner Tho decorations were smilax pink and white carnations matlneo atylo Ross C ADAMS of Wm Adams fc Son has gone to tbo granite quarries of Vermont to placo orders and to ox amino the granite with which hie order are to bo filled Lexington Demo cratSENATOR J J WATKINS who la making an active raco for Superinten dent of Public Instruction was hereto see Prof R S Eubank Friday Mr Watkins is a wheel borso democrat and made a number of friends while here Miss MAUD VARNON was awarded first prize by the Louisville Post for tho best short story This makes the seventh time the young lady has woo lust honors In the literary lino and it Is of great credit to her Sho is only 14 years old BOWEN VANARSDALE spent Sunday with the homefolks here Mr V It ono of tho 125 traveling salesmen for W B Belknap k Co Louisville byIthoand February llth in point of sales r IFLINCII60c Let Frank Adklns yourumbrella NEW YORK seed atoeeonion sets and garden seeds at John Bright Jr S Cos receivedea car style Columbus buggies Miss MAGOIE SAORAY will be in Stanford to Ruler In gallery Monday 30th Instead of 23d I WE will have a nlco line of pattern hatson display In a tow dope Call In and see them Misses Straub WE have several good largo farm mules and mares that we will sell very cheap J Q Baughman S Co J B CAMENISCII the dairyman has Sought of Mr J S Hnndley his farm near the water works at 886 Posses sion given Oct 16 TimE ladles of the Baptist church will set a splendid dinner In the Owsley druggMRS BROWN has returned from Cin cinnati with R selection of highclass millinery Opening will be announced later Watch for It Miss of Cincinnati will have charge of trimI slog room tf THE 48th Aunual Meeting of the Kentucky State Medical Association will be held in Scottish Rite Temple Louisville April 22 23 and 24 Dr Steele Bailey tho efficient and clever secretary informs us JESSE TRAYLOR has bought of his uncle Mr W H Traylor Old Dud b0hill run tbo mill In which business heq has had considerable experleoco FRIENpS of Mr James J McKlnney have presented him with walking canes until bo hoe a selection that anybody would be proud of Be has them of all sizes sorts and fashions and he takes pride In showing tbem to his friends DIDNT DROWNWm Johnson tbo Crab Orchard Negro reported drowned while fishing In Dlx river was found under a cult more dead than alive Fri day Ho had fallen over the cliff and Injuries from which he died unday BURTON Mani Burton sis ter of Mr James R Beazley of flits place and a most excellent woman died at her home near Danville Sunday of stomach trouble A husband and throe little children are left to feel keenly the loss of an affectionate wife and godly mother PlO SUCKS COwMra James J Mc Kinney of the Mt1 SalEm section had been missing milk from one of his cows for some time and he thought that somebody was milking her To his sur sprise the other day he saw a pig suck esnstill as If the pig was her offspring fatallyllLick several soothe ago and who re ceived several pistol wounds at the Laoof c on sides sod each of tbem spoke The cave was given to the jury about 3 oclock Saturday afternoon and two hours later tho verdict was reported OIL AND SANDCapt C C Gllles pie sent us by Mr J M Carter a saw pIe of oil and sand from the Cllfty Creek Oil Cos well which la eight miles west of Somerset We are not an expert judge of oil and sand but those wbo are say that both are of the very finest kind Capt Gllllsple la field manager for the Cllfty Creek Co and has an interest in Its leases and hold IngeBOSLEYCapt Jack Boaloy known to almost every moo woman and child In flits section and loved bf them all died at his homo in the country at G oclock Saturday afternoon aged 70 after a short illness He was In Stan ford only a few days before his death and was seemingly In good health and splrfts As usual ho met with a most cordial greeting for Uncle Jack ItRil be was affectionately called was pop alas wltball classes and ages Ltttlo did those who gave him hearty hood shakes think that it would be life last trip to town Had they known 1h his presence would have caused almost as much Badness as the announcement of his sudden death has Mr Boaley was a Mexican war veteran and life death leaves only two In this county of those who fought for that cause Messrs J T Harris and Ruebon Williams Many years ago Mr Bosley married a Miss Lytle slater of tbo late Judge Lytle and she and seven children all grown survive They aro Messrs Stewart John Robert and Leslie Bosley Mel dames Dr Bosley and Smith Yowell and Miss Jpslo Boaloy In the loss of a kind husband and indulgent fatber they have the sympathy of the entire community After services at the late home at 10 oclock yesterday morning by Eld Joseph Ballou and Rev J W Hagln the remains were interred in Bellevuo Cemetery Danville WPss I i Q t a I i J 1 f NEWSTYLESIN SPRING SUITS The celebrated II H Cos Uunion Made Clothing Hand Made Button HoltS Close Fitting Lapels and Patent Shape retaining Coat Fronts We have all the NEWEST PATTERNS AND THE MOST CORRECT CUTS Como in and try on a Suit to see how our Clothing will fit y- ouCummins S McClarY New Goods They arc hero and a store full of themthe cream of the mar 1- CtMeiswear of all Hinds Ladies anti Childrens Shoes and Slippers Let us show them to you Terms Cash HJMRoberts Cons ann See Mew Ust S The arC right in style nncl right in price Handsome Silks Fine Etamines New Mohairs Fine Broadcloths Imported White and Fancy OxfoVds Silk Ginghams Large Pearl Buttons New Neckwear Kid Gloves Embroidery and Lace Medallions Wrist Bags Combs and Hair Pins We are showing n big line of Ging hams at 15c and tho patterns are choice Lot of Percales 1012 l2c go at 7 l2c Lot Zephyr Ginghams usually sold at 13c our price 7 l2- cSEVERANCE SON GoT ANYWHERE I Strawberry Plants For SaleI strawberryplasts EarIr have at40cJ L JOHNSON Klngsvllle Ky I R A JONES I DENTIST Stanford Ky I Offlc over StOf1TelepboBI o LOOK A At things everywhere but come to t me when you want to buy Groceries because I Intend to give the great est values possible All my goods are selected with great care I also look at many things but purchase nothing that does not come up to my standard end those who haro long favored me with their trade know my standard Is high Indeed When you wish to see and to purchase nice fresh Groceries Frulu elnfact most everything good como to y J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Kyl FORRENT byWmSeverance j D OWSLEY P P MYHANO I Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at JK Deader Livery Stable THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Jhlered n the post ogtce at Stanford ae seendelass mat- terbliahdTtay axad Sridspla- v i PERYEAR CASH When sot lopsiaaaOO wllU chargtd KNOXVILLE DIVISION I o 44 Train plug North n46am oM II It II aaoam 031111 IISouth = t223am- 102a II 1252 II m c THE Joseph Price Infirmary li open alt the year for the treatment ot surgical and chronic diseases and for con inltatlon Hoard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes ilonal bills duo when ser rices are rendered and must tM paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Salo Stablei Liberty KyI f Drummers Rigs a specialty High Grade Horses and Moos sold Feed horses receive personal attention A Ma BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers bis services ai m Auotoineor to the people of Lincoln County He will please ou both in work and price Write to him Traylor8 J icet DCALCRS IN Whisky B66rlGloars Carpenter Olosetto DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt ni polite attention Nothing but the bes orders receive to drink lal cr telegraph cronpt attention Spring 1903 Blue Grass Nurser less Fruit Mod Ornamental Trees 0 raps Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Rhubarb find everything for orchard lawn and garden Strawberry and general catalogue on re quest Doth phones II V IllLLENMEYFn BO- NILedngtoa Ky GAMBRUNO 7812 Record 22914e Sire of Mipfi Biujhman acv Gamrose c 4 ait also 01 the high acting horse soU by J B Stewart for Jsooo Jan 1901 Sired by Gambctta Wilkes 219 14 Sire Lorlne of alms OleEmmaI Sam DeNlah dam of tl m entitle tt J II Jennie C w sss byMminlstntor31ar9 I dam M try El more dim of i ibyMavbrunelU aat dambyStar Davis3 Brown Piloty 4 dam Gambruna Is a brown suiflon sty hands splendid form and action and wW make the season of T IMtmy farm on the Lancaster pike 4 miles from At 815 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt Is faaled- Ciambruno has two In the list and will produce high style and high acting trotters so much after by dealers he having proved his own rackeQualities as a iyearold driving Sparks In third heat in- aa it-Grass furnished at Sl o per month- I will also stand a nrstciasi mule lack Jt 13 to In- sore lt Nut responsible lor accidentsa living c BAUGHMAN Phonsa6fsDanville ky MRS L S ADAMS Of Calvmiton Texiu blessingtiseven weakness Ingdown pains and hiving tried several and different remedies with no success Wine of Cardul was the only thingwhich helped me and eventualf me Itieemed to trengthenthe By utired women Mrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the womb ovarian troubles or any of these ailments that women have yourselfnthomewilhthlsJrreat of Wine of ClUui has cured thousands of cases which doctors hare failed to benefit Why not begin to get well today 8100 bottles For Tedordvi or UlackDranght bowel disorder should be used- rOn4rlttl IWaturI A uJlaihnoop WINEoCARDUI HAIR BALSAM Cl txwiUflet the tub- arioBMHc himrUtil Never rails to nlto Onf Cum rlJ Youthful llnag SotIIIt Ihurda Hemp Seed For Sale I A limited amount of strictly nice clean cultivated romp seed of late Importation tot Halo For and terms address DANK HUDSON Lancaster Ky Mason Hotel MRS u D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds table Every hing firstclass Porters meet all trains 89 WOOL WAITED I I will pay the highest mar ket price for 60000 pounds of Wool Call and get sacks J H BOONE Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot St Stanford Ky J+ c+ JC f YI UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealear In- LRNLSSS9DDLE BY ac Stanford Ky Ja L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALl 0 DIALIL rI Furniture MattlnusRng They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTtJOK1 Spring Opening of Wall Paper We are receiving dally som of the handsomest Wall Papers that have ever been shown It Danville many of which wart Imported Toe prices range Iron the cheapest papers to the moat expcnpenslre specialties Thes papers are being opened dally and are on display at our store and all the of Danville Doyle and adjoining counties are Invited to them Eat mates gladly furnished on all kinds of decorating and p1lnt- Ingl work done promptly by dompetent men Paints and- Window Glass We have the best ready mixed paints on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the closest market prices A E Gibbons 306 Main St Danville Kentucky DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache ofXldneYICUREBladder Dont become discouraged There li a cure for you If necessary write lr Icnnet Ile Las spent a curing Just duel cases uoura All consultations Your Kidney and Backache Cure has cured two very bad cases among our custo icrs the past year whom tbo doctors bad Iven up J L STILL CO Woodland la DrunlstalIOCll Ask for Cook Book Free I STYITUSDANC r Sure Cure Circular Dr- Fenner FrcdonlaNY I HERE AND THERE Three men wore Injured by the explosion of a dynamite blast In Trigg county Officials of the Mormon Church wll1 appeal to GOT Odell for rhe pardon of wit tent Hooper Young i J W Bees alleged strangler of Mrs Martin at Lexington la retorted to bo showing signs of insanity K T Wright was acquitted in the Pu laikl court for killing George Baker 110 claimed it was an accident Tie New Mexico Legislature voted an apprnprlatlon of 30000 for an ox hlbit at the St Louis Worlds Fair Managers of the three big vaudovli theaters in Chicago have adopted Itrln gent rules agaitfet profanity or vulgar on the stage The United States has managed to reach a thorough understanding wllh everybody else about this canal matter except Senator Morgan John Hensler who killed Due Splccr at Jackson Brcathitt county has been found guilty and sentenced to sixteen years in the penitentiary As the result of a family quarrel In which a lighted lamp figured Mn Catherine Schoonover of Allegheny I a is dead and her husband badly burned 1 At Bear Lake Mich Josph Bradle acrazy farm hand who had been dl charged shot and killed Mrs F E Dowcrman wounded her daughter and committed suicide Tbo mother of United States Trooper Richter who was killed in the PhlUp1 pines charges that Gen Davis per full of ica water poured on his hoad until ho was dead The body of John Titas a union mine was found on the railroad track near tfortonvlllo It is believed he was murdered and his corpse placed there that It night be mangled by the train The body of the maniac who engaged in a desperate battle with a posse In Mi rlon county in which ho was killed was Will Crumo Malta lie was thfrty yea old and came from Botland Noise iounty Noblo Lamer aged seventythree and prominent in church work in Washing ton died suddenly in the Sunday schoolroom of his church after trading his annual report as treasurer of tho Board of Trustees The president II far from belna pleased over the results of the extra eealon of the senate and it Is said he makes no attempt to conceal his 111 tem poreThe Panama canal treaty was atlfled but this can hardly bo In tbo nature of a feather for the presldon or he originally Indorsed the Nlcar Juan route and It was Bannas infli taco which switched It to tho Pansm The outcome o the Cuban treaty II wormwood and gall to Roosevelt Tbls was his special hobby and with tho djournmenl the special session be lade this treaty suspended between heaven and earth All along tho prom tent Republican leaders have meant to eject the treaty and have simply take tho Indirect rather than the etralgb method to strangle It Next winter h II said it may never be beard of al hero Is a decided opposition to it In be lower house Two of Mr Roost ells appointments wore not confirmed Dr Crums and Byrnes and this add orrow to his grlef worn heart All this has made him tiro of life and he roea to the woods with yearnings tor ILl solitude 1 FAIR DATES The following is the lilt of fair date xed for this year Richmond July 13 6 days Crab Orchard July 224 days Georgetown July 28 4 days Cynlhiana July 20 4 days Huitonville July 29 3 days I Danville August 4 4 days Madlsonvllle August 4 days Lexington August 10 6 days Fern Creole August 18 4 days Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Liberty Aug 10 three days Bhephcrdsvillo August 25 4 days London Aug 26 three days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Bardstown Sept 1 6 days EHzabethtown Sept 8 4 days Bowhng Green Sept 154 Owoutboro Kentucky State FairSep tember 21 0 days I Wakeful Chlldren For a long time the twoyearold child of P L McPherson 69 N101h St liar burg Pa would sleep but two or tbree- hours in the early part of the night which mado it very hard for her parents He mother concluded that the child had oaach trouble and gave her half of ono of Obamlerlalns Stomach and Liver Tab lets which quieted her stomach and she slept the whole night through Two boxes of these Tablets have eOected a permanent cure and she is now well and strong For sale by Oralg Mocker I Mothers societies in St Louis have adopted a rule that none but mothers wbo can file at least one baby as an ex- hlbh may be members This is eminently proper What does the average woman who is not a mother know about mothers anyway And what ght has a woman who has no baby to- teU one who has bow to raise It Practice is worth more than all the theories tba could be advanced In such matters Lexington Democrat Geo T Wood bought a car load of heep at 3 to 4c TilE Lexington Democrat is Klv1B free to every new subscriber a vorr useful and valuable present In tho shape of a map of the world of the United Stator and of Kentucky with Interesting and Important data beside tbo flaps and arms of all nations tho pictures and autographs of the prell dents etc Tho maps wero mado ex pressly for tho Democrat and are read- Ily worth the price charged for tho pa poreSend tG for a years subscript or 3 for six months and you will re calve one postage prepaid It Is tho most comploto map and chart wo have overseen r I Danger of Colds and Grip The greatest danger from colds and Krlp is their resulting in pneumonia If rea vonable care Is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy is takcnall dan- Ker will be avoided Among tho tens of thousands who have used this remedy tor these diseases we have yet to learn of a single casa having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that it is a certain preventive of that dangerous dideai It will cure a cold or an attack of The crlp In less time than nay other treatment It Is pleasant and safe to take For sale bl Oralg Mocker I Platinum which Is Indispensable In some Instruments of precision and Is useful In the arts particularly becaule when imbedded in jlsss It doc not crack It by unequal expansion Is stIll much moro valuablo than gold Nln tenths of the worlds platinum about 9800 pound comes from the Ural mountains which enables Russia to control the price pep The grease In the wool of sheep II exceedingly valuable A great dealt of Is lost when the fleece Is washed before shearing A government expel aye It Is sale to say that from two to tbreo million dollars worth ot woo fat and potash are run down the etrean and wasted annually in the Unite States PU BLIC SALE I If not sold prUatolr I will offer for sa- at Ie public auction on MONDAY APIUL mho 10M- ountv Court day at It oclock the folios Ing tracts ot land In Lincoln county K hI nine nerve on Stub Otenk three mUel Tom Stanford adjoining the land of Joha ktdmorc This tract la well timbers Ind two tracts formerly owned by the Our ry citato of IS acres One Is on tho ast and tho other on the wet of a tract of 1 3 acre owned by Mr A U Feland 3rd a tract of K acres adjoining land of Mr Jobn fright 5th a tract of 29 acres on Cedar Teak well timbered This was a portla of the Adams land Terms cash NANNIF VAXDIVER KiocutrU of U W Vandlre EAGLE BIRD Tho winner of the WWO saddle stake at jxlngton also the winner of the sweet take premium at Lexington and winner of the second at Versailles Eagle llrd WAS sired bY King Kaelo winner ot name than 40 lias let br Star Rag son of Cabbells Lexington 2nd by Iambi Denmark 3rd by llama Dei nark 4tb dam by son of Imp Albion Norr Eagle Hlrd as a show stallion or ala breeder of claas horses ts unsurpas ed Ills colta are In demand and art selling or the highest prices Eagle Bird will make the present season at John Cooks stabl the cc barber of Stanford at the low price of f10 to Insure a Urine colt s traded or parted with or bred else There forfeits the Insurance and money be- ComtA due at the tlire of such transaction or further uarttcalan call oc John Cook Stanford Ky WOODS 1IUO3 REASURY DEPARTMENT rricc or COUITKOUCK or TUB GGIIREKCI Washington U 0 March 3 1003 WHEREAS by satisfactory evidence pre inted to the undersigned it has boon mad appear that The National flunk ot line nvOle located In the town of Iluitonvllle la the county of Lincoln and State of Kentucky h complied with all the provision of the Act of Oongrtsa to enable inking Associations to extend their corporate existence and for other purposes ap July 12th 1882 Now therefore I William It Uldgclv omptroller of tho Currency do hereby crtlfr that Tho National Dank of Huston yllle located In the town of Ilustonvllle In- tbe of Lincoln and State of Ken icky Is authorized to have succession tor- the period specified In Its amended article ot association namely until closo of bnstnesi on March 3 1073 In testimony whereof witness my hani aDd sealof office this third dayof March 1093 REAL WM H IUDOELY No 2017 Comptroller of the Currency KING EAGLE King Eagle Is IS bands 3 Inches high dark bay all the gaits with plenty ot- apeea style and action by KoyalKlng lit dam Eagle Blrdi 2nd dam by Red brMillenloronghbredNor King was sired by the great On Time and Is a brother to the great Silver Klug and Alllo 0 the great show mare tbat sold for 81000 King Eagles 2nd dam Is the dam of Minnie Hoju the great show mnre that Matt Cohen won everywhere with In 1805 and sold for 8300 King Eagle wilt make the present season pf 1003 at mv table 2r2 miles west of Stanford on the Shelby City pike at tbe low price ot S10 to Insure a living colt Will also etand the great mule and jennott Jack Dilly Keene at for mares S20 for jack coltl and 810 tor Jennett colts to Insure a- tvlng colt Billy Kecne was sired by the eat Tom Kceno 1st dam by the Imported Ialermo 2nd dam by LevI lIrlgnollaIl1l1ywllh white points as a surpassed as n Dole or Jennett jack IIII collll will show for themslpes Will also let- tbat great young jack Jim ICeeno servo D- fllw outside mares atllOtoinsurellrlng colt three traded parted with or bred forfeits tho Insurance and beI traniactloai1or n- r r tl I The New York store r Special Bargains for This Week AJ Ions 5 suits ntI 203 liens 750 suits tat 150 felts 1000 suits nt + 8045 Mens 1250 suits nt 8750 fens 1550 suits nt 025 Mens Fino Gloves worth 150 nt 4o Mens Fino Shoes worth 8200 nt813o1le-nsFino Shoes worth 8260nt160Mens Fino Shoes worth 8000 nt 8200 t Cnlicocs rind Cottons nt 4 l2o Linings nt lo212oAl-lother goods nt C5c on tho 1 The New York Store Noxt Door to Lincoln County National BonkI LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 0OOOO Directors J D Paxton J B Owsley S II Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Carter Successors to The Farmers hank It Trust Company and under same management continuously for 36 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Tarsi NationalStanford Ky Bank c s Capital Stock 50000 This Institution WM originally established as the Deposit Dank of In IUS then as the National Dank of Stanford In H85 and again reorganised as the Flat National hark of Stanford In 18SJ having bad practically an nnlnter rnpted existence It Is better supplied now with faculties for transact 1ns promptly and well than over before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him R Call A Handsome Home at Auction l The desirable property of JI Phillip corner East Main Avenue la Stanford will be sold at auction In front ot the court house at 130 r M nut county court day April 13 It will first be offered In eight lot sad then as a whole and the larger bid accepted There is no mute do slrable property In Stanford than this and It wilt positively be sold With a epleaf1l- dtraded and IIl1lnufacturlnglndultrleec- omlDg this ls bound to be valuable proper tyTarsusOne third cash balance In one and two years In equal Installments Call at Mr Uhllllps or on either Cot J P Chandler or myself for particulars This will be your last to buy one ot the most desirable pieces of In town II D HAUOIIMAN Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Estelle 1I K Sired by ZlIcadl Oolddult 4100 by Oolddust ISO by Vermont Morgan dam by ZUcadl an Imp Arabian Done Ooldduats dam Florence by Golden lIngo Chief a son of Ooffs Morgan descending from Justin Mor him an Intensely Inbred Mor boresknown16 hands end weighs 1200 pounds A prow en and uniform of lass and Eastern horses combining all the qual ities for harness and saddle and are In mind at Will make the present season for approved mares at my farm 1 miles from at 123 to Insure a liv ing cot Money duo when colt comes or mare parted wi- thQUASI 2127 In French Coach Horse Stud Hook of America also In Republltjue Fraocolso lavas Natlonaux No 1S883 Imp by M II Mchner k Co In 1809 Winner of first prize It the National Universal Exposition at larls France In 1S0793 competing with 60 trillions and unbeaten In America Color bay small star black polnts16344 hands- blltb and weighs 1350 pounds ieslng botb speed and action his colts are breedy ooklng ransy uniform In color and orm with unusual step and action Will make the present season at ray farmI near Stanford at Ito season Money due rhen service rendered or 813 for a living colt Money due when colt comes or mpru parted with kept at 50o per week on grass The- belt of attention given nil rClpoDllblllty- for accidents or escapes Stanford Ku 1I Officers P H SHANKS President Ji n OWSLEY Cashier W U BUIOIIT Asst Cashiers F Officers J B HOOKER JJ PrtllttW H WEAUFN 8l1prf Directors P Reid Danville B T Harris Stanford J B Rocker Stanford W P Waltou Leilncton K L Tanner U D Rltnore Stanford B II Stanford T i11111 Stanford uJW P Tau Stanford NOTICE I I If you think of building or repairing we can save you on your material All lengthbeveledeelllnfrs casings bee or cornice boards veranda posts and brackets bored and plastererslathesor chestnut boxing Wrlto for prlcos IIUMPIIREY BROS Hartwcll Ky UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a snail amount I can fix your umbrella bettor then the tramp repairers and for less money Olvo me a InAXK ATKIKS Stanford To Tobacco Men I I have abundant good tobacco land and IhMorood tenant houses for rent Have already sown tobacco seed Also good farm for sale on easy terms 01t lIRAWlZIt Jumbo Ky R B Mahony Insurance JI fluent IFire Life Accident nUll Tornado Nono but lITo larg cst and best companies rep resented Phono 82 Stanford Kentucky STANFORD GREENHOUSE Second Crop Irish Potatoes for Seed Floral on short notice Bedding and Vegetable Plants of all kinds season 3- JNOCHRISTMANStanford NEW LIVERY STABLE L W BUAE k 83L Peon JUNCTION CITY KY ClritOUss Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men drain and Hay For Sale J D I Wearer Insurance fluent a Fire and Tornado Insurance oi Represents Tho Home of New the largest company In the world Assets 12 Surplus IS regards polIcy holders 9438OJ8 69 Farm In Boyle Casey Garrard and LIBicoin counties Phono 21 Stanford Kentucky l