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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 SEMI= INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 27 1903 SAM NO8n lHenry M BoswortH of LexingtonI Tbe above It a laIr liktaess of Mr Hoary M Uoiworth Kentuckys next t treasurer This splendid democrat made Fayette oouhiv ibu best sheriff she over had and we havo every reason to believe i that be will Oil the cilice of treasurer at well We speak of him at the next state treasurer bsrause we believe thai holsgolou to win the Domination for he hat frleod la every portion of this grand old Coinmonwaallh who will Joe that ha come under the tiring Ort lo too prlnury of May 0 There U oo better democrat nor floor gentleman lathe state then Mr Doortb sod that ho would make an admirable treasurer none who know him will doubt Pol lowing are extracts written by gentle men who know Mr Bo + worth Read them aDd you will gel a pretty good Idea of the kind of man he U It U a pleasure for us to bring before the public tho name of such a noble democrat I floury Dotwonb of Lex legion Fayetto county as a candidate for the office of State treasurer lie la a democratic ion pf the old school and should be favored with the nomination He oaks the voter to consider his Can dldacv In tho prim ry election on May 0 thin vcar Mr Boiworth U a lion hearted democrat and liai brave and foarieii ai they mike them lie hn always been In the democratic ranks and always at the front In battle tie U the ex iberlfl of Faynlto county and was an Intimate friend of the late Wm Goobel and was always selected by Goebel as hit licuienlanl In the time of trouble In tbo democratic ranks When Gov Goebel foil ho looked at hit beloved leader lean streaming from bli ovoi then with tbo same de termination that always characterises him as a mho of power and decision he began to bunt for the atlasslns of tho noble dead Those were time that tried mens souiswhen ubo an active aggrei live democrat in and around Frankfort meant to walk In constant peril of the assassins deadly bullet Mr Doiworth was a man for the time and when the arch conspirator Caleb Powers bad eluded the officers at Frankfort and was fleeing to the mountains where be would havo forever been safe as li bis brother JohoIt wai then that tho sheriff at the head of his deputies OTTENHEIM Mn J Hugh Spratt bad a good mule cow to die Jack Frost made bli appearance to tho dismay of the fruit growers t Wm D Anderson has been recalled to run the saw mill for Wm Dychonio Eza Manuel has hired to M S Baugbman for this year Ho and his wife moved Tuesday Henry Woods bought a pony of Geo PetrY for 135 Charles Eoilln sold a filly to J H Harris for 177 BO We are glad to say that George D Boone who has bad a levoro spell of pneumonia fever Is well enough to stir about the houffl Wm Dyehousa has bought a buggy but It roakei his bead swim to ride In t It for ho has boon used to riding on a log wagon all his life Everything sold well at the sale of Mrs Johannei Kloha corn bringing 260 and bay and odder In proportion Charles Enslln has bought the Russell v boundary of timber for 8250 and li preparing to put In a new eaw rig to t oflaesaasinwhat teemed certain death dragged Power and Capt Davis out and landed thorn In the Payette county Jtll thus making the arrest of the area lend and Iniilgaiorof the darkest and moat damnable conspiracy of which American blitory boid inn reoord For these ar rests be wee offered 11600 which he refused and answered I only regret that 1 nan not and have not done more to avenge the death of toy friend and the friend ol the people Such acts ai these are rare and make men heroes Mr Uosworia li a man of high moral character Integrity and Intellect and onto the brighten men In the State He hat a record that Is far above reproaab and ha modestly ask the voters to nominate him ai their State treasurer and the Courier pre dicta that they will make no mistake In choosing him llokman Courier Henry M Uonwortb of gdvello coun ty better known ai Genial Henry li a candidate for the otllce of State Treasurer subject to the action of the State democratic primary May Qib 1003 and If true merit unquestioned ability and unswerving loyalty to Democratic principle count for anything then be should receive an overwhelming ma jority Though an active worker in the Democratic party afoee ha ruuohcd his msJjrUy Mr Doiworth has never held olllea but once Ho was olected Sheriff of Faretto county In 1807 when the democratic ticket was opposed by a fusion ticket resulting In ono of the fiercest political battle ever waged in the State of Kentucky During his I term of oHlce as sheriff Mr Botworth aiilned by a tfljst elllateot set of depu ties performed the duties devqlvlog upon him with signal abilities and rairkcd luccats At all times courteous and affable yot uncurapromil g when U came to the protection of the peoples Inlerct and collection and dlsburs meet of tbo public money With an untarnished record aioftlcer faithful under nil circumstances to the democratic party In platform and Us nominees loyal to his frleudsovon unto a fault we cannot see bow any demo crat could hesitate not only to vote for MBowortb urer Lexington Dally Democrat I JUMBO IFrlok Smith nold to John Cash a hogs at 5io Wm Burnett will leave for Cincin nati next week whero ho has obtained a good position is a largo amount of lumber IThero spokes being handled to Mc from this section Born to Mr and Mrs Wm Walls a boy Mr and Mrs Huff Mason are also rejoicing over the arrival of a son Bruce Baugh has a severe attack of pneumonia Ollie Hubble who caine altoInBuck Peck has moved to the place rconily occupied by Wm Burnett will open a blacksmith shop We ar glad to have Mr Peck back In our j neighborhood Fred and Charlie Bal mer have returned from Louisville If its a bilious attack take Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tabets Rnda byCraigj I NEWS NOTES I Chief Engineer A W Morloy U SI N retired Is dead Christian College at Canton MoI wis destroyed by fire at a lots of t 000Mrs J M Reeve of Succasuma N dlcdaftcr butng In a trance for five iJ x shootingIdcneeRy Jackson fatally shot his drunken f liberal Chicago In defense of bis author The Arlington Qbtol al West Union Ia was destroyed by fire and four per sons Injured There li enough anthracite to lat 200 years according to an Eastern pro f jeeoru estimate Fifteen hundred now coke ovens were put In operation In the Tug River Held In West Virginia Kdwln Vandoventer was killed at Mound City Mo by the explosion of dynamite used to kill fish Miss Cora Willis of near Sergjni Is daaa from a Negros assault a year ago Her assailant was Ibot dead ai the time Rev Dr William Cblobasiar of Chi sago dIed suddenly at Atlanta Ga of blood poisoning resulting from nephrl tie The armed messenger on a stage coaah between UkUh and Meodoolno City Col was shot and killed by a lone highwaymanA of the carbuilding plant of the Pennsylvania railroad at Fort Wayne was burned Lode between 176000 and 100000 Sn Francisco Is trying to secure gov eminent permission to get Its water supply from Yellowstone Park by means of a I40000000 system Thomas Hill who shot hie father In Christian county pleaded guilty to shooting In sudden heat and passion and was lined l50 and costs A special from Tacoma Wash says that for the first time since Nomo be- Came a town all gambling houses have been forced to close on orders from Washington Ai the result of a quarrel over the woman Jack Pierce shot and killed Mrs Barney Bedlgar and a man named Paiien at Gilt Edge Mont and com mitted suicide In Cincinnati Louis Kohl shot and killed his molhoMn Uw and danger ously wounded his brotber in law He was shooting at bis wife from whom ho had been separated since January 8 Tbe Illinois appellate court decided that when a man la sent to prison for wife murder he Is judicially dead and bis children are entitled lo the incur ance on the life of the murdered woman Eighteen sailor of the Unltcustaies Navy are engaged In officially testing different brands of chewing tobacco On the result of their chewing depends the award of a contract for 225000 pounds Admiral Dewey will review and In spent the North Atlantic squadron when It returns from Southern waters the taller part of April The Inspection will tako place off Capo Henry Ten days will bo devoted to drills evolution target practice etc LIBERTY Rev J B Ferrell preached at the Baptist church Sunday Ray hurt of Rbeba was tried Sat urday for selling bitters and fined ISO Judge Myers and Roy B Rose of Hustonvllle wero herb lent week tak fog orders for tailor made clothes- G A Prewltt has moved to the Mrs Pleroo property Mrs J W Hosklns was down from Husionvllla Friday to see her mother E H Ktdd and John R Whlpp re turned from Louisville and Cincinnati this week whero they have been for 10 days buying spring goods A P Young was missing last Sunday and It Is whispered that he went to Hustoo vllle on Important business Luclon Young has been repairing the tele phone line running to this city Joe P Wilkinson and W H Wilkinson and wife aro In the City this week buy Ing goods Jesse Carpenter of Hustonyille ac companied Miss Julia Stagg home last week from Quitoavllle where she bad Col1eRo1Mluvisiting her sister Mrs W D Stagg Misses Lizzie Phillips andJLuov Bow man went to Hustonvlllo Saturday Tbe former will engage In the milli KateoMyers Miss Amanda Stone is vI81L10 friends at BultoovllleI DemandeWhen colds and grip are prevalent the quickest and surest remedies are in great demand Mr Joseph D nilllams of McDuff Vs says he was cured of a very deep and lasting attack of la grippe by I using Chamberlains Cough Remedy after t try log several other preparations with no effect For halo by Craig tt Hocker l HUSTONVILLE We are glad to report that grip Is disappearing from our community and ourIialtLion of Mrs Sam Reid whose condition Is unimproved Mr Leslie Held Is at home to remain during his mothers IllnessJ Lookrldge Co are moving one of their mills from near Merrlmao to Cumberland Fall Station where they have a crew of 25 or 30 men work Ing od their 1000 acres of floe timber tributary to that station They have a contract for one million staves at pros parity prices and are hustllogearly and late to secure a preraltun for early de livery iMiss Anna Reid has returned from a dellgottul 10days ylsti to iriends and relatives in Loulsvllb Miss Alice Drye the artIstIc builder of up to the minute millinery formerly of our city but now of Lebanon spent several Joys with relatives here this week D J Newburn has gone to Columbus Miss compaoyHethe trade in Central Kentucky The Anderson S Lane Vaudeville Combination Is billed for Alcorns Op era House Friday and Saturday nights Friday for the whites and Saturday night for Negroes Their program Is lengthy and diversified Tho curtain rises on a serlesof star vaudeville acts by eccentric comedy comsdlacs intermingled with all the latest musical hits and dialect artists whose clever rendi tions attract your undivided attention and all at popular prices James Fryo sold A B McKinney 77 owes and lambs at 1450 sea Thompson of Boyle four sows and pigs for tlOS and a plug horse for ISO James Frye shipped a car of hogs to Cincinnati Sat urday John Allen bought a nice pony and cart for about 850 George Alford bought a nice gelding for IliS Lyon Myers sold Jordan six good South ern horses at 185 to 1100 Josiah Dish op sold same party three for 1355 Doo L rve has arrived from PulaskI with 14 high class Southern horses that need only the finishing touches of Does han diwork to be top notchers This lot le- the cream of Pulaskls stock anti a great deal of time and care was spent In collecting them By special Invitation for which we aro grateful the writer was shown a portion of the Imported millinery to be on exhibition at the Charles Wheeler Emporium April April 0 and 10 To say that there arc some of the most beautiful creations of the milliners art and In exclusive styles that cannot and others that will not be duplicated that was ever exhibited In our city Is put ting the plain tact mildly France the fashion plate for the world is undent bly our friend and has evidenced her friendship not alone In the entanglement of tbe Venezuelan affair but also In showing us favor over other nations In consignments of her most attractive millinery to adorn the handsome belles not only of Kentucky but even those of dear old Lincoln The Flinch Clrb met with Miss Pearl Rout Friday evening Miss Lena Yow oil Is visiting friends In Bradfordsvlllc A B C Dlnwlddle was at home from his store at Bradfordsvllle Billy Is not a farmer nor a fruit dealer but a treat lover of Orchards nevertheless see Mrs Mary Carpenter is al home for a few days being on the sick list Miss Maud VanArsdale Is In Harrods burA for a few days visiting frlendi Misses Stagg and Cabell spent a low days with relatives in Liberty Mils Francis Adams of Danville li visiting tbo MUses Newburn Miss Elizabeth Phillips of Liberty Is the guest of Mrs Wm Myers Miss Nell Adam has returned to Danville afterspendlng a few days here Mr Casey Allen and family of Harrodsburg are visiting C H Van Arsdale Roy Rose leaves next week for Oklahoma City which place will bo his future home If the business Is as flourishing as be expects to find li A Negrohaled to Con gressman Tawney what he declared were tbe details of a plot to kidnap Secretary of War Root Secretary of the Treasury Shaw and Attorney General Knox He refused to name the con splrators or give tho source of his In fjrmatlon It Saved HIs Log P A Danfortb of LaGrange Ga suf fered for six months with a frightful run nine sore on his leg but writes that Buck lens Arnica Salvo wholly cured It in five days For Ulcers Wounds Plica it is tho best salve In the world Cure guar anteed Only 25c Sold by all druggists missingIConsul General Gody found tbA young iuIcurablyNearly all of Lexingtons streets are well nigh impassible and one parllcu lar place Is not even jickaisabte says the Lexington Democrat v Our Spring Line o- ftj M Shoes Johnston tC Murphy IS COMPLETENone like them for Style Service and Comfort 5 and G per Pair IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre notsatisfled T D miLLBB Danville KU GARDEN SEEDS Wo have an IMMENSUstock of garden seeds both in bulk and package We have Burpees and Ferrys in bulk and Ferrys in paclta o Swcot Pens Nnsturtian White nice pop corn and the best varieties of early corn in bulk Plenty 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 secondcrop HigginsMKinney ISTANFORD KENTUCKY H The Charles Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KY Will display a Superb Line of New Spring Millinery on April 9th old lOth Paisiannolakcshown elsewhere Our Spring stock is now complete in every department If you want a Suit bargain for n child youth young or old man CoronationMtline of Ladies Skirts Etc We cordially invite ypur inspection 5 Who Shall Fill 111 aadetattss There should be but one question to consider in deciding where totake your Prescriptions and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be r had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to serve you When we fill your prescriptiipn every drug that en ters into it has the exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory our service Pennys Drug Store 1Ky Ca JyesAre constantly changingjand to guard against badly fitting Lenses you should Have Them TestedAt least once a yearjIf your glasses have become scratch ed by frequent wiping dont endanger your eye sight by using them They should be changedas soon as you dont sec as well as you used tot 3 through them Craig Hocker STRNh0RD 7 ti- LII L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HENRY M BOSWORTH- Is a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the- mary prl election May 9 1903 and solicits the suppo of- all democrats J F HOLDAM Is a canJUate for thcnomination for Clr cult Qerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party M F NORTH I Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative ot Lincoln county subject to the IC lloa of the party J M ALVERSON- Is a Candidate for thfc Democratic nomination for ReI retentatlve of Uncon county subject to theactloof tie party I Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY f For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR RAILROAD mileage Is beginning to Increase The amount constructed last year according to the Railway Gazett wn about 6000 nolle which exceeded the construction la any year since 1881 The amount of mileage now in pro ess of construction or contracted for Is about 8505 miles lo addition to which 2780 miles of railroad are live pro jects which give promise of earl construction Of the mileage unde contract or construction 4227 miles are in the Southwest and 1115 miles are ID the Gulf and Mississippi Valley States eo that the amount ID other sections of the country Is small Of the 8500 mires over 5000 are being constructed tor eighteen companies More than 800 miles ol railroad have been constructed In one year only in 1881 1882 las6 and 1887 TUE decision of the Court of Appeal wblle not passing upon the eligibility of Gov Beckbam IB something of a victory for him and a signal one for the committee Judge Cantrllla declsloi that the governors name should go 00I the ballot Is affirmed and the legality of the call for a primary election li likewise affirmed The court holds that the committee has no right tb Inquire Into the eligibility of Gov Beckbam or of any person who desires to become a candidate before the primary IWEprint elsewhere this Issue a pic ture of Mr H M Bosworth of Losing ton who Is a candidate for State treasur erand who has an excellent showing to win A few oxtracts appear and our readers are requested to read them t carefully They were written by gen tlemen who are thoroughly acquainted with Mr Bosworth and who are In position to know best the manner of man he Is IN a discourse delivered bv Prof Sharp of the Boston University In s Methodist pulpit Sunday It was ar sorted with apparent authority that no a woman wears a bird In her bat can ever get to heaven Well If it be true ai Sam Jones ease there wont be enough men In heaven to furnish the bass for the music Most women wont care to go there anyway MRS BURDICK wife of the Buffalo man eo mysteriously murdered seems to be as shameless a specimen of wo manhood as ever disgraced her sex She not only dishonored tier husband but doubtless assisted In bis taking off Her testimony given In full in the dal lies Is sufficient to disbar them from the math on the grounds of containing obscene literature STATE appropriations exceeding 87 000000 for the Worlds Fair are assured with 12 states to hear from The total cost of state exhibits at Chicago was 15250000 Kentucky Is pretty sure to do her part towards making the great exposition a grand success RODERTSON county went dry by a majority of 269 the other day There has not been an open barroom ID the county for 20 years and not a murder since 18S7 Pretty good argument for the prohibitionists THIS AND THAT The Lexington city council has flxed the tax rate at S133 f Lloyd Gaines 14 was fatally shot by his father during a family quarrel at Franklin Ind The State Sinking Fund Commission bought with the war fund claim 983000 worth of outstanding State bonda at 102Tbe boiler of John McCauleys saw mill near Fulton gave way killing sixgWhile Mrs O W Blgelow of Kan sas City was at a nearby store buying goods her two children were cremated e In her home where sbebad left them 1 The New York grand jury yesterday returned an Indictment against Dr R C Flower on the charge of grand lar F p ceny Be was committed to prison In default of bond which was fixed at 50000t f I POLITICAL Senator Platt declared for the re nomination of Seth Low for Mayor of Now York The bill In the Pennsylvania Legislature offering subsidies for the eo couragement of large families was defeated Col John K Hendrick will speak In Lexington April 13th which Is couoty court day Brecklnrldgo may divide time with him A meeting of tho lieutenants of HOD John K Hcndrlck candidate for gov ernor has been called to assemble 10 Louisville Anrll 1 John K Hendrlck says the tepQrt that he voted for Palmer or o It an infamous and Inexcusable lie saJ the Louisville Post The Louisville Post speaKs of Roosevelt Democrats It would be fully as appropriate to speak of Godlike devil says the Lexington Democrat The committee in charge of the hill prohibiting the marriage of whites and Negroes decided to favorably report It to the Wisconsin General Assembly President Castro has withdrawn his resignation from the Venezuelan Con gress He says he will hold the ollce only until the work of pacifying tbe nation In complete Congress appropriated 12500030 for the rural delivery service during tbe next fiscal year beginning July 1 and the department will establish 15000 new routes on the money Under direction of President Roosevelt Secretary of War Root has Issue in order publicly thanking Brig Get Leonard Wood for his services as mil tary governor of Cuba Gen Wood has itarted for the Philippines to assum his duties as governor of the Provlnc of Mindanao Senator William J Stone of Mlssou rlwbose name Is frequently mentlonc as successor to Jas K Jones as chair nan of the Democratic National ComI nines In an Interview said the demo ratio party must always be In the future distinctively a c nstructlve orce Tha democratic candidate for irestdent be said must be a man whi has always supported his party ticket The January term of the court of appeals which closed Wednesday was a ecordbreaklng sesslou and 325 ap peall were disposed of during the term The court overruled the motion of Wm IcCarty the Lexington wife murderer for a new trial The Cairo bridge case In which the State sued to recov er taxes from 1893 to 1899 was reversed and the tilimtiaalof the action was or erect MoKINNEY Mumps and whooping cough are the rder of the day here George Hughes bought of Mr Reid a hone for 1115 Dan Hester of Kings vllle was here and sold to Tone Hunt ome horses at fancy prices Hook Roy altv of Somerset was here and sold Ji C Coulter a horse for S75 Mr and Mrs McElrov Cincinnati are visiting relatives at Hotel Gooch tMI week Mr and Mrs Marshall who have spent the winter here have re creed to their home In Colorodo Mrs Robert White of Lexington is the guest of Mrs Rueben Williams RoM Bale of near Somerset was here last reek to see his best girl Mrs Arch McKinney has gone for an xtended visit to her daughter at Knox vllle Tenn Miss EWe Sandldge one of McKlnneya most attractive young idles left this week for North Carolina where she will work for the L O T M Mrs 1110 Tanner and sons reo turned from Somerset this week KL Tanner Is slowly Improving Mlsi essle Brown who has been laid up- by sticking a nail In her foot Is able to- be out again also Lew True has beet asking In the sunshine of the past few daYB Miss Clara Tabler daughter of Mrs Mrs M V Moore of this place spent a few days at home this week She has spent moat of the ijjnter with her cousin Mrs Alford of Hustonvllle IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John H Blckett a Lebanon baker- and confectioner has assigned John Bowling the Anderson county distiller suffered a paralytic stroke Deputy Collector Randall destroyed tbree Illicit stills in Perry and Leslie counties The Menefee Deposit Bank with H L Wallace of Paint Lick cashier has- beeD organized One ot the biggest wells in the State has just been drilled In on the Payne farm In the Knox field The London telephone exchange has been sold by N Starkey to J W Creech of Eas Bernstadt and others Consld eratlon 110000 cash Wilson R Glenn the Central Unl rally student who bad small pox died Bis home was in Warren county and be was an unusuallylfino young man Joseph EI Ferris has purchased of- Hon H T Noel the Gill homestead on south Fourth Btrjet The considers tloo was about 18000 Danville News J H Cochran of Louisville an elec trlcal engineer has been employed bY- tho City Council to draw plans and erect the new electric light plant At arrodsburgL It will cost 118000 The Epwortb Hospital which was tabllshed by the Northern Methodist churcn of Mlddlesboro will be ready fbr patients this week and at Its epen- Ing a reception will be given to the clt Izens of Mlddlesboro e LAND STOCK CROPS ETC 300 stock bogs for sale Islah White Sc Sons Charles Lutes sold to Joe Murphy 50 ewes and lamb at 15 Season to Red Leaf for sale D S Carpenter Hustonvllle Joe Jordan bought eight horses hero yesterday at 475 to 8150 S J Embry and sons have in 250 acres of wheat and it Is looking fine M G Reynold and D 0 Lewis sold T A Rice 23 87 pound shoals at Ole Small lot of good cultivated hemp- seed for sale Robert M West Lan cuter2tWasted a No 1 twoyearold bull Hornless preferred J M Reynolds Wayneiburg Ky Red Loaf brought 11700 at the Lex Ington sales Reb E Goddard bough the grand old fellow Four young jacks for sale or trad for any kind of stock all threeydar olds M S Baughman 0 P Huffman bought of W II Boone three butcher cattle at 285 to 31c and of H A Pleasant a hog at O- cT M Fates of tbtUZsst End bas 15 GOpoiiod hogs and three sows and 20 pigs for sale Also a good cow am- ialf Eld Joseph Ballou refused 1150 yesterday for a coming twoyearold by Dignity Dare D S Carpenters grci horseWanted to buy a few car loads If ewes with lambs Both phones 41 J F Cook S Co Union Stock Yards Lex ngton Ky2tA good jersey milk cow with young salt for sate A milk and butter cow Doot miss this bargain Lock box 161 itanfoid Ky Up to date the Continental Tobsco moo has bought a little the rise of 3 WOOO pounds of tobaccoat Carlisle at- an average of 1475 J C Carpenter and D E Foster contractors bought 03 mules at Lex ngton weighing from 1000 to 1500 rounds for 110150 an average of about 165 Twelve of the largest cost an av rage of 8187 bOo F B Waggoner and W H GUI sold 11600 pouqd steers to W B Rowe at- Ho Coffey Bros bought of R At My ers a high class saddle gelding for 8150 M G McCaff ree bought of Marcus Ellis a span of heavy mules for 1237 50 Adair News fa S GIbbs of Wllllsburcr sold six ffoyearold mules for 1620 and one ircevearold mare mule for 1150 G Games has sold his fine team of blacks to San Antonio Texas parties Tbe team is an unusually floe appearing pair and hj attracted much attention Tbe price was 8400 John Jones of Scott sold to S L Vaomoier of Fay ette 35 head of cattle welgbt 1160 ounds at 84 55 Advocate CHURCH MATTERS Transylvania preojterv will be hold at the Presbyterian church here on Ipr117 Great Duty of Every Christian Man will be Rev O M Bueys ub- ject for Sunday morning The members of the Christian church at Richmond will shortly begin the erection of a 825000 house of worship Rev Wilkes Glover of the M E burcb south dead In the pulpit while conducting a protracted meet ag at Farmlnglon W Va A pastor at a preachers leetlng la Cincinnati declared the unday school to be a failure He will bave a bard time convincing the world of it however The bulky report of tbe coal strike jmmlsalon Is to be Issued in book form rofusely Illustrated at the government expense At MoAdoo Pa as the result of a twBull Mrs FafTael Farlnlean was fatally ehotby Mrs Joseph Tom- atoSTARRED Dy some sudden sound she drops the vase upon the floor She is nervous aud may be that nervousness is a luxury f1rcbindulgein has cost many a woman her pa sition Some times when women run macbin cry the price of nervousness is Jt1utilationa finger lost or per naps the whole crushed Nervousness in women is com monly but a of womanlydiseueIt such cases to doctor for the nerves alone Cure the diseases which attack the delicate womanly organism and nervousness will be cured also Dr Pierce- sFavorite Pre scription makes weak women strong women well Itestablishes regularity dries weakeningdrains heals inflam mation t1on cures female weakness It tranquilizes the nerves and induces refreshing sleep CIn the fall of I was troubled with nerr outness headache heart trouble and female tnakneu writci Mica Dlanch DG Bracey of gala Oswego Co N Y Last summer I wrote and you advised me to Farorite Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery I to I began to improve rapidly Con timed taking the a doyen each of Favorite Fretcrlptfon and Golden Medical Discovery for the of are mouths leu a year hid regained my former health Dr Pi rcea Pleasant Pellets clear the snuddytomptaion GRAND LEADERS oL 8 PRICE Kyi SPRING GREETINGS Wo have tho largest and finest stock over carried under ono roof In Lincoln county Wo have been resolving goods on every freight until wo have the grandest assortment that money could buy Every ntiolo selected with grunt oaroi Our prlw arc always right as low as possible for good quality Wo ttsk you to Inspect this uptotlnto stock t I Just In the finest line of Mans anti Boys clothing matte from the celebrated Krichbnum land inntlo anti Knhn Dryftia As Co These two lines art the host In Uio buslncws Prices on ICrloli bmiins band inado suits from 820 to 5 Kofin Dryus t CQS line mens suits from ell to 85 Buys fine suits from 810 to 8160 Dress Goods Department- Wo are showing the larartfitlIne of Piques Oxfords inwstr boo figured and lotS Lego Weaves Parts Muslin India Linen Organdlos Merwi l ed Damn sli Kto A large and varied lino to select from In our Drees Goods department wo arc showing Jfow Etamlne nt COc yard Now Mohairs nt 35 CO and 76c yard Narrow Checked Mohairs at COo yard Molroso in all colors nt COo per yard mattings mailings prices Our Ribbon department Is ovcrllowing with bright now bons all shades colors kinds and widths 1 Ladles and Mens Fine Shoes Wo carry best Fine Pnt Viol Ladles French heel plain tOt Matt Kid top price 8330 hand Urn Ladles French shoe high heel worth 84 Price 83 all other kinds ranging in price from ilio to y Chlldreds shoos of all kinds Let us shoo you at a small Ladles Dross Skirts wo have anything you want Prloei from 81 to each New line wide the newest lust In Our Line of Table Llnenand Napkins to match are values The Grand Leader DRaPe W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers Houso Flats Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Hsrgnlni Fresh line of Groceries and Oakes Etc lust received RlRhrit market price for flutter Eggs Vc Olve him a call DentiJtI ltanford White Omaone s Yaoberta sib la 10171Sandlot NOTICE ojoi thlnk of building repairing 118 IIfsave on your material All of heavy or framIng any length beveled poplar aiding floor heedwood celllon casIngs i bee or cornice boards veranda pats and brackets bored and turned atalrwaj newel plaitereri lathes oak fencing black gum oak or chestnut boxing Write for prim HUMPIIREV 11ROS Ilartwell Ky MILLINERY tllrtlal sJust returned from tho city with n complete line of SPRING and- SUMMER MILLINERY Miss Ada Grim from In diana triminer Come And See Us Mrs G Singleto- nCommissioners Sale Mrs Mirglt Webb and others Pith vi Ua Webb Dell Coamlitloners Salt Lincoln Cir cult Court Pursuant to an orJtr ol sale ant JaJgnent of this court rmleted at the tan of the sal1 court the J Conmltiloncrwlll on MONDAY APRIL tjth too before the courthouse door In the town of Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and tea bidder the tracts of land hereinafter describe thre of which lie In Uncolaeounty Ky un the waters ci Green River and the fOWth lief In Madison county Kentucky In Valley First tract In Lincoln county consul of a farm of ti acres ant 1 of land on Green River lying 6 t miles Southwest of Stanton ant which was convey e1 to roster Webb by deed of Joseph WHUman re rordeJ In deed book No ji ragerse Lincoln Count Clerks office Said farm has on It an eight room frame dwelling house store room Urge barn corn- crib Ice house a never talllnc spring a spring house ant also situated thereon Is a saw mill planing an4 grist mill under shed and In running order and tract was conveyed to luster Webb pWntlff Intestate bY Joseph WHUman the Jed conveylnj the first named tract and contains 68 acres a rood ind J roles of land tract consists of u acres more or less end war lisa conveyed to slid roster Webb plaintiff Intes tale by Joseph Wllllman by same Jest recorJf 4 In tied book No 158 of the Lincoln Count Court Clerks office The rarcel or lot of land Is situated at Valley View In Manson county Ky the same feeing No- sf In Whartons dlitlon to valley View on Soutf- slle of Kentucky river ant near the railroad depo and Is qo feet bv i TO feet not has on It a five root frame house ant other Improvements Said property will be oferel for sale In the follow log orler the tract ola acres and poles win Improvements then tracts Nos s ant will toe offerN separately and then will be offered together and ttu bid will be accepted which readies the most money Then the lot at Valley View will be offered land will be sold free of all rights of sat con llngent right thereto The object cf this sale afte Ihe payment of the costs of s Is the dlstribu lion of the protests of sale amongst the plaintiff anJ defendants according to their rights TERMS OF SALE Credit of six months Rood wIth approved security bearing legal Interest from dat until paid and I lo the Commissioner Leer IndiWARRENCommissioner q rT CARPETS and MATTINGS Now figured taintless 121e yd Cotton warp worth 35c nt 21c Fine lino ingrain corix s from 2oc to COo jHir yard rib only Hut innkos Shoos Pino price ell band trimmings tine hue roles fourth dower respective n The now hand purses In all styles iron 36o to el oauh Nov Motal Bolts Pita Pal Buttons from tho size of a pin lucid to thoselus largo as a dollar CLEAN UPtAND IlfY YorRSFW SOME PINK NYW Furtiture carpets China and Japanese Mattings Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames acV- e are In a position to save you money and ready to convince you of the farts Our lines em brat some of the bust things in trio market Call anti BOO u- sWITHERS FURNITURE COMPANY LAMP SALE Beginning March 2d3we win clpse out our line of fine Parlor and Library Lamps at COST for CASH Now is your 1 chance to buy a nice lamp ata wholesaleprice GEO He FARRIS CO Stanford Ky ALL o Sorts of pretty jewelry is tho vogue Many nov cities have been added Como hr and see the lat est in tTowchy1Vntches- Cloclni and Silverware Absolutely no misrepre sentation W H MUELLERStanford I MENS SHOES 350 buys n pull Eclipse Shoes We havoc a full stock of the new Spring styles made front Pat Colt Vies Kangaroo and Box Calf just inrlIt buying shoes you want style fit and wear These goods have all Every pair warranted No trouble to show so call and see our stock j W E PERKINS y 1 Crab Orchard Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I taSTANF01tD In Oiling your prescriptions wo uio proportlonl not do better If yon paldus doublo tbo price which li always reasonable Pen cyte Drujj Storo N IPERSONALS MR J O BAILEY was In Lexington thli week Miss BKSBIB KAY ENOLBM N has the mumps J O UVMKL of Rookcaitle was hero 1 Wednesdayfan elRhtpound girl MR W W WIUOIIT of Livingston was hero Wcdn day MRS W M MOII LAND returned to Lexington Wednesday Mus WILL HARI of Danville has been with Mr John B Rfffe MR AND MRS J M MCCARTY of KlngBvlllc worn here yesterday DORK to the wife of W It Goode of tbo Turncrivlllo section a 121 pound girl MRS W R DILLION of Livingston was the guest of her sister Mrs Joe Coffey TUB U D O will meet with Mrs John II Foster at 230 next Tuesday afternoon MR Gco O KELLER JR of Dan yule Is assisting In this bfllce during a rush of work Dn AND MRS W K OARNBTT of Cave City are with their daughter 4 MreJSltlcoat JVIKJI T i MORROW of Somerset has been taken to Norton Infirmary thM1ssGEOHGIALEWIS class In German at nights Sbo broom s for a few more pupils v Mils R R UOUIIIOAN of Marlon arrived yesterday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs II C Rupley Miss KLIZAIIETH BOOLR left yesterday for Uustonvlllo fora visit to his parents Lexington Democrat Wetrto yesterday looking for horses and mules JCDOKJ C IlBMIIIILL Of Lances ter attended tbo meeting of tho Heaver Creek Oil b Uai Co at Iluitonvllle yesterday GKOIIOH UlcKS and brother Nat b Hicks of tbo Mt Salem section her each bad girls presented to them by their wives REV J U FBRRILL of Mlddleburg took the train hero Wednesday to fill an appointment at Buffalo church La rue county Dnoi my paper In the Stanford Dostofllee Ill be there by April 1st to live writes KM C E Powell from Birmingham MRS D C DOLMAN returned to her home at Mobile Tuesday Will Craig Holman accompanied her and will make his homo there MR GEd B HARRIS who Is troubled with his eyes baa bad to give up hi position at the depot for a while Mr J M Blair of Now Dope Is filling bis placoMISSES MYRTLE OBANKON and Katlo Mersbon were guests ot Miss Bessie Baloon at Lancaster Miss Dot son returned with them and spent slow hours MR R H CROW of the Shelby City section Is having a severe tussie with rheumatism wo are sorry to say Uo will go to Martlnsvllloai soon as bo Is able to travel Mn AND MRS J B WILLIS ol Crab Orchard were guests of Mr and Mr T C Willis They brought home lltt Nancy Willis who had been with thom eomo tlmo- ALFRED PJENCB Is at homo from Cov Ington Ho Is a fireman In the L k N yards thero and bad the thrilling e perience of being In a beadon the other day Ho was shaken up cot siderably but not hurt Ills engineer was badly Injured LOCALS FLINCH fiOc Craig Booker Let Frank Adklni Ox your umbrella FRESH caught Goo Farrla sit Co WE toll the Dowager corset Jor stout figures In tbo summer uot John Jones NEW YORK seed potatoes onion sets and garden seeds at John Bright Jr e I fc Gos CARSON ii PENCE havo just received a carload of tho latest style Columbus buggies TilE Hill team beat the Graded school nine 17 to 15 In a game of ball Wednes day oftorroon J t ALLIE BANSFOKD colored who used to live here died In Danvfllo Tueeda Sbo was Urn wife of Allcn Hansford- OPENINGMrs Garland Singleton will have ber millinery opening on Saturday April 4 and tho ladles are invlt ed to call and Inspect her stock FLOUR nod Iblpstult at wholesale prices at Carson d Pence Have to have tbo room for our spring line of vehicles of every description SMALL glazed cards Craig do Hock er V I NEW curtain andlaco cur les John P Jones tiBARREDsetting of 1C Mrs T A Rico 2l I WE sell and lit to that bead tbo bee 11 soil 11 60 gloves on earth John P Jones inStanford30th Instead of 23d WE havo several good largo farm mules and mares that wo will toll var ebony J a Baugbman k Cp LEWIS Isaac Lewis a well koow0 farmer of tbo Bubanks section died this wsek A wife and several child reo survive MINNIB COOl daughter of Kato Cook colored died of brain fever Wed noidav aged 11 and wan burled yes tardily afternoon TUB theBapttetchuroh will flsatstoreroom next to McRobort drugstore next court day Admission 25c FOR RENTStoreroom on Lancas ter Street and law oRlccs formerly oc copied by W A Trlbblo Apply at this office or write to W P Walton + Lexington 4t Tile next show to tehoards at Waltons Opera House Is The Folks Up Willow CreoklI which will be pre anted by Frank Davidson strong company on April 23 WATCH those columns next Issue for n advertisement of the magnificent t line of buggies carriages etc Carson it Pence aro receiving Tbelr stock is Spring will eclipse all previous ef 1 MRS BROWN bill returned from Clc clonatl with a selection of highclass millinery Opening will bo announced later Watch for It Miss Lamonon of Cincinnati will hero charge of trim mlog room tf l YOUR attention Is called to tbo ad vertisement of Mr A K Gibbons the up to date paint and wall paper man of Danville Hocarrie a full stock of the latest productions lo bis line and sells them right TUB Ladles Aid Society of the Christine church will bare for sale In the Severance Storeroom on Saturday be fore Easter April 11 numerous good things to cat They will also servo ices and cako to those who desire It tf U WM McQEB has 01 exhibition a McClure Berrlet Cos store at Tur nersvlllo a very peculiar freak of bens egg or eggs Ktch Is full size and they are connected by a soft substance about the size of a lead pencil There Is a shall on either of the eggs SOUVENIR BUTTONS If you want to push a good thing along go to sop of tbo three drug stores hero and buy a the a at St Louis fair They cost II but It Is worth something to assist la such a laudable enterprise I QCICICWOHIC Dr Ed Alcorn ad mlnlstrator of the estate of Terry Goode had a solo of the farm and per sonal effects of that gentlemen Feb 20 Do coma down Wednesday paid tho money over to his heirs and finished up his business as administrator In full Bows that for quick work P DIED OF SMALtrlOX Mri Sllllo Has1ory o tlon died of smallpox In Indianapolis and ber husband U now down wltb t loathsome disease She loft five 11th children all of whom will likely have exox CAUGHT Tbo fellow loman ubar ed with killing Burt Casteel and Ge Little In Laurel county was caught tbo Fall Lick section of the East End by Marshal J G Riddle of Crab chard Wednesday afternoon county authorities wore notified s they came for him yesterday morning the highHCOPO COPIES Tho INTERIOR JOUR the a natalPot several Loulsvlllo publications prints by special order 2000 papers and with Its circulation of 3000 the high water mark of 5000 will bo reached We do not mention this so much as an Item of sews but more to let our advcr tUera know what they are getting for their money DANVILLE Mrs Emllv Gray died nearNevada She was75year of agoand tbo widow of the lato Kobort Gray J W Llttlo has bought of M J Parr le etroYettap as 0 Major William Goodloe died In his rooms on Main street after a short 111 ness of pneumonia F D Tlllman a colored barber was tried in County Court and held over to Circuit Cou In 2200 bond The charge against him Is falso swearing Richard Mitchell son ot W E Mltchollt who reside 0 the Pleasant Hill pike near town died of rheumatism of tho heart Advocate Mt1SalemTHE already pretty store of Cum rains k McClary has been further beau tled by paper and paint OIENINO Pleat remember that I andton Mrs Cleo Drown aCRAB ORCHARD J T Cbadwlck bought a combined horse from Iko Stapleton for 1125 George D Harris has added a dry goalsywill stun a candy pulling Saturday evening Mrs Kitty King has moved ber mil llncryand drojamaklng business ono room of Mr Sam Hardlns home The Telephone Exchange has been moved to the bouse of Walter Cover Wallace Cover Jr takes charge of It Wo had a light fall of snow Monday night Tuesday night a heavy frost came to blight early vegetation and owers Friends hero have received cards an nounclng the arrival of a baby boy at tbe homo of Dr and Mrs Wm Morris Myers at Thornton led Mrs Levi Elder Is selling off he household goods before leaving for Richmond where she and Mr Elder will make their future home We ro grot exceedingly to glue them up es peclally In our church work Miss Annlo Boyle of Louisville Is veiling her grandparents Col and Mr Guest Mrs Jane Hlpglns visited friend hero last Sunday Miss Map ilo Sandldge of Shelby City Is visiting Mrs Curtis Cover Mrs W It Dll lion and pretty daughter of Livingston are visiting hero Mrs JcamDIckcrson and Mite Hettlo Harris who have been serlouily 111 are Improved Mrs T B White re melon very III Miss Jean Lesley 1s at home from College to be with b r grand mother Mrs Dickerson Vr Alex Bcazley and A II Baitln were hero yesterday from Lancaster Mr Bastln has goon to the mountains with a view to perfecting plans for a long distance telephone from Harrodsburg to the coal oil folds MATRIMONIAL Ingle Grlflltb aged 21 and Miss Laura Ellen Waddle 18 were mar ied at Peter Waddles on the 25th A telegram from Washington City says It Is rumored that Senator Fry1la to marry the widow of Vice President HobartEdwin Dow a Massachusetts man tis returned to remarry his wife of forty years ago who In the meantime had married again and been left a widow Imaladlat after married to froand while bo was receiving congratult boons Robert Wlnicott was stricken Ith paralysis and died At a mate meeting of the Republi cans of Raccoon precinct Laurel coo ty resolutions were adopted debounc JudjoUdiate resignation The offense JudoReams Is alletred bv tbe grand jury report to bavo committed was ordering the payment of county funds In tbe hands of the Sheriff to his brother In law anti tbe County Attorney without authority from the Fiscal Court lies was elected County Judge on the publican ticket by a majority of 600 Tragedy Averted Just In the nick of time our little boy was saved writes JJrs Watkinsof Pleas ant City Ohio Pauemonla bad played sad havoc with him and a terribly coottied set In besides Doctors treated him Ieaglelh er Consumption and our darling was raved He la now sound and well Everybody ought to know its tbo only sure cure t OuagItn oTrial bottles free jLMcConnackSoo Dealers in Groceries Hardware I Harness Furniture and Country iiProduce I In the Jas Fryc Stahl Hustonville Also Agents foi Osborne line of Implements Commissioners Sale R II ToroHnwn Plftt vs SOlon Etc DelCbugrL LlnMln Circuit virtue ola augment ant order of the UnctutC1reultCourtrenderNattheFebruary term In the nbovs causelorlhe sum of Fiftyfive dul Sn with Interest at the rate of 6 per cent s annum Irons tl srtA day of AUItUSI ego until pat anj his costs herein I shall rs ftJ to offer for eel the court house Joor In SunforJ to the highest bid tpuNlc A10NOAYAPRICrUh ego b lnp County Court day upon a credit of six months the following JescrlbeJ property towh A tot ot lanJ In Stanlonl Ky and On the souN easttand belnc a tot 40 feet square Fur the purchase price the purchaser with arrronJ securities must execute Rend bearing hayingnprepared to comply prom with these terms R CWARREN Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court RrNTIIwillanJ2ar4enrent same for balance of this R II UkOYAU YearII FOR SALE I DeslraNe home In utlwlltonId 10 dock p m on the premises sell to the Mthe t hallsWkhenunary sedcomlwnUretygarden and tool variety of troll shady own all up toeJleawJD EfiflM ABC D S J011NS- TONECommissioners Sale W T Stephenebners sale Lincoln Circuit Court theLOthe iMderslciwd Ounnttioiw will onIMONDAY APRIL + T I SunfarJKYdef the tract f6iiacm of knob laud situated In thelaqJsllianionfOft rroctedspayneM of the debts antS costs of this acflon i UonJwithratisloner hearing knit Interest from sink until pail i Lien retained WARRENCommbslnner I Salerfettle DeftsCommissionersCourt rendereunJtlsignedCommUsloner 4hiefore the Pourt House door In the town o Stanford rUbllcoutcrydescribed Uelne a house and lot situated anJHsithelandsSaU house and lot will be std on a credit of 6 reInvestmintpaymenlofpable of division without Materially Impairing Us v wholeTrim six months fond with approved personal security rf ulreJ payable to the J untilrpurchase money Wen retained on the land R C WARREN Commissioner Urcurt Court Commissioners sale Mary SaytorOHCourtPusuantto of this court rendered at Its February term 1901 In the above styl ed action onMONDAY pubIleaprortySIlle1tIRRbtamer to John EJmlston also corner b Mrs 1Illllns au Lane thence her nee and uIJ lane Se w r roles 4 12 links to a stake In said line thence N s W JeJOlnnetoeIng will be sold as a whole ofrlAIoItift4 per tent per annum from jrd day of Oct 1894 until p actionTERMS and it months In equal hiiuilmenls Bonds with approved security re Inlerellfmien retained R G WARREN Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court Commissioners Sale vsaSale Lincoln Circuit Court r ourtrenereJthe above styled cause the undersigned Commissioner will on IIoJtodoreof Stanford publicoutcry thelienper cent Interest from March rd 1901 until paid sub rooamtenerallyIhusA W Montgomery on the south and on tho north by southtvtoeingtheSaid tract of lent Is ordered sold as a whole bins In capable resldts of division and on which the defendant newi TERMS OF SALE SaM land will be sold on a credit 6 months Bond with approved security requred of he purcliaser teasing Interest Iron day of sale paid and as a further security for the purchase trice Nest returned on the land WARRENCommissioner Court DIGNITY DARE trCOMBINED STALLION 1foaled 1803 15 3X hands bleb weighs too pounds mahogany bay with black points and a model la form with that wonderful stylo cllllraClertlC of the Chester Uare family so universally acknowledged M superior to all Ai a show borto be had made H record winning In nls class and In sweepstakes many blue ties In his 3 year old form DIgnity Dare won 13 blue ttee out ot 14 bows n Central Kentucky In her news he Is very ttyllib well Railed with decided action and with a little handPing last tall Itepped a 230 gait a clip few saddle honcscau ihowmaklng him a harness horse ot the highest type Under saddle he U attractive bold with best of line action speedy separating hIt galtes perfectly with knee action necessary for an uptodate tire thelof breeders sensational prices Ills colts are large rangy with lung weltact neck tlno becks broad flat bone with great action and bolt of colors I rcspectru Iy tnvito you to call and Inspect them before booking your mares tlDioiu Sired by famous Chester flare No A 8 II U he by Hlack Squirrel 5f be by Black Eagle 74 be by King William byOalnel lettsH he by William Welch 311 ho by Rysdlcks llambletonlan 11 2d dam by Abdullah Mes Bangers and dam DV Ollls Vermont lilt dam Thoroughbred Welchmontt lit dam Pauline by Almort Format 2563 stablederin at a Marts trailed or parted with forfeits In savants and money becomes due at time of such transaction Lien retained upon all fromjamo must bo before removal at mares Slates entrusted will receive my personal forbD S CARPENTER Poone In RestdenceHustonvllle Exchange M 11 U r l l NEWSTYLESIN SPRING SUITS The celebrated H IIt Cos Uunion Made Clothing Hand Made Hutton Holes Close Fitting Lapels and Patent JShape retaining Coat Fronts We here all the NEWEST PATTERNS AND THE MOST CORRECT CUTS t Come injtnd try on a Suit to see how our Clothing will fit y- ouCummins S McClary s r New Goods They arc here anti a store full mareMegs Wear of all Kinds Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Slippers Let us show them to you Terms Cash HJ MRoberts Come ann See The New Us traasrla LS The are right in style and right in price Handsome Silks Fine Etamines New Mohairs Fine Broadcloths Imported White and Fancy Oxfords Silk Ginghams Large Pearl Buttons New Neckwear Kid Gloves Embroidery and Lace Medallions Wrist Bags Combs and Hair Pins We are showing a big IJne of Ging hams at laic and the patterns are choice Lot of Percales 10 1212c go at 7 l2c Lot Zephyr Ginghams usually soldat Dc our price 7 l2- cSEVERANCE SON ITI1lJ PASSED Strawberry Plants For Sale 1 I have the fallowing kinds nt strawberry plants now ready to sot out Tennessee Prolific Olen Mary Uabitck Johnsons Ear SampleClydeleanlland Cumberland Gnndy Parker Earl at 40c per 100 as long as they last JONESRaDENTIST Stanford Ky OfflCA over Higgina A McKinney Ston Telephone No OtI1- B ee The Day Has Passed To sell inferior groceries at fall prices The man who attempts to do this falls to realize that the shopping is gifted iatelligcnceThe I offer the quality Ac show that I do appreciate the feet that people want the best and demand value for their money I faithfully promise to give both value and quality fresh neat anti clean J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Ky I FORRENT Mr storeroom recently occupied byWm yeanI P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J K Beazleya Livery Stable I THE JtITE IOR JOURNAL filtered n the pottoffice al Stanford at toondClau mnUtrIr 1 PER YEAR CASH When not kOpatdBaOO will bechsrged KNOXVILLE DIVISION o rl Train folnf North 11 Man 06 MM2Mam02511 SOulh12smNo-23 + MU1I2pm THE = r Joseph Price Infirmary la open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation hoard and nursing ball be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profcs nlonal bills due when services are rendered and must M paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Rigs a specialty Grade Horses and Mutes bought sold Peed horse receive personal attention IL M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Often his services as Auotoinoe to tho people of Lincoln County He will please both in work and price Write to him Traylor S Mice f DEALERS Ins Whlsku Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc Carpenter House STANFORD KYfS Olosello Depot Promrt III attention Nothing but the bet to drlnk Mall phone er telegraph orders receive oroapt attention Spring 1903 Blue Grass Nurser les Fruit and Ornamental Trees Orapo Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Rhubarb end everything for orchard lawn and garden Strawberry and general catalogue on re nuoit Doth phones U F lI1LLE MEYER BON- Lexington Ky t GAMBRUNO 7812 r Record 229 14f- t Sire of Maggie BiuKhman G1 atd Gimrose Cd z3 also of the high acting ham toll ty J B Stewart 01 Sfjxo Jan iijo Sired by Gambctta Wllkcs 219 14 Sired GalnettessWeed Wilkes ere j4 LoaueI Lorlne OSJ Gambrel 0 12 Eyelet aao IJmma Offutt rrr 1 c t dam DHHih Saw of Oem enttae act i a Jennie C 1ItsfV i a- a otaeveJtnby JIb IItrunella rats clambySur Davis damby Brown Plote GiBitruno Is a Mown stAlllw 133 hands splendid fora and fiction and wilt make the ssawn oftool it my firm on the Lancaster pike 4 miles from Danville At 815 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt ta fealed Ginbftino has two In the IM and will produce hllh style and high acting trotters so much soughtafter by dealers hfs own racing qualities as a IUrivingDr Sparks In third heat In a t ta t fo month sure aiivtngcoltNotrespnsibkoraeeljents In phone a6s aDanville Ky r D4RDs nTBtuTHE GREAT- fIMIIYHEDICINf Thodfords BlackDraught has saved doctors moro than family 11 indigestion hard colds bowel complaints chills and fever bilious sees headaches and other liko complaints no other medicine is necessary It invigorates and digestionstimulates tho blood and the ItIsour stomach dizziness chills troufrlesconstlpationdiarrhcna colds and headache Krerrdrnn UraughtIn acceptaChattanoogaMedicine I believe Thedfords BUckDraught b the but medicine on earth It U good for any and everything I have a family of twelve children and for I have them on foot I and healthy with no doctor but Black lilewarasLaI HAIRBALSAM If I I I I lifu Hemp Seed For Sale A limited amount of strictly nice cle cultivated Hemp seed of late Importat for sale I or prices and terms address DANKd 1IUDJON Lancaster Ky Hot MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t 1 cntuck Newly furnlahhed lean beds splendid table Every hln4rst clue Forte meet all trains 89 WOOL WANTED s I will pay the highest market w price fpr 50000 pounds of Wool Call and get sacks JII BOOXE Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot St Stanford Ky J+ G YcGL1fRY UNDERTAKER EM BAIRIER And Doalear In SJABNESS SADDLERY 0 a Stanford Ky J Le Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers LaoDK1LU1 FnrnltureMnttlnjj8RtigThey kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY SpringOpening of Wall Paper We are receiving dally some PapersthatDanville many of which were pricesrangefromthe ozponponilve specialties These papers are being opened dally and are on display at our store and all the of Danville Boyle and adjoiningcounties are Invited to Inspect them Esti mates gladly furnished on all kinds ot decorating and paint bydompetent Paints and- Window Glass We have the best readymixed paints on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the closest market prIces A E Gibbons3OO Main St Danville Kentucky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Also Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary write Ur Fennet lie has spent a tluio curing Just tuck caael AS you 11 All consultations dischaargingldbsdracmat1CdSuttered rfpcteU with female troubles Dr Fcnners Kidney awl liackacho Cure cured us both- KMWUEELEItKandolph la DruBlst OOc tl Ask for Cook HookFree STYITUSDANCE pottyNever ColoDuenlp Mason Buro Care Circular Dr 1euncr Frvdonla NV COL NALL WILL NOT RUN Says His Information From Farming Element All Over the State Is That Hubert Vreeland Will Be Nominated By Big Vote For Commissioner of Agricultureon Col Ion n Nail State of Agriculture who for thirty yea agrlceedcat u ed to be one of the motlnhotou hly pa ed men as to far mice Interests In K frtenyd term of oflce bo will return to file home to live Under the Constitution he Is not cll lble for reelection aredor Nmhas organized more farmers Inetitut 9tIti leaders In the Rood roads movement Col Nail In an Interview last wee saId be was taking no active part In the selection of his successor Us that was a duty whlcb developed upon the Demo cratlc farmers of the State but when asked tor fits opinion on the race be said he psraonally was going to vote for Hubert Vreeland because ho be laved him to be not only the best qualified but by far a more aggressive man than the others and by reason of nla experience as assistant In charge of ti oQIce would not have to consume bill time learning the routine and would be In a better position next winter to BO euro favorable legislation forthe farmer such as good roads nod many other things that are needed with all or which be Is thoroughly conversant Col Nail said that from what he could hear from the farmers and others with whom be came In contaoK there was dot the slightest doubt In his rain d about the nomination of Mr Vreoland by ono of the largest majorities that would be received In any of the races for State offices CONUNDRUMS Wbat table hasnt a leg to stand on Multiplication table Why Is a lady embraced like a pocketbook She Is clasped Why Is your eye like a nun being whipped l He Is under the lash What Is the riddle of riddles Life Because we all must Jive It up Why does a calf wag Us tall Bo cause he wants to Why should a girl be well stamped I If she Isnt the males wont take her Which Is the most ancient of trees Y The elder tree Why Is a dinner on board a steamship like Easter day P Because It Is movable feast Wbat trade would you mention to aC short boy P Grow sir grocer Why Is a plum cake like the ocean y I Because It containt so many currents Why Is a city In Ireland likely to be the largest city In the world P Because each year It 1s Dublin doubling What grows bigger as you contract It DebtWhy I the happiest of rowels Because It Is In the midst of bites Why Is 1860 like Ib02 Because tbo one Is I860 and the other Is ISO 2 too FAIR DATES I The following Is the lilt of fair dates I fixed for this year I Richmond July 13 0 days at Orab Oichard July 224 days Georgetown July 23 4 days Cynthiana July 29 4 daysfHuitonville July 20 days Danville August 4r daystMadlsonville August Lexington August 10 0 days 15 Fern Crook August 18 4 days Lawrcnceburg August 18 4 days Liberty Aug 10 three days of Snepbordsville August 25 4 days London Aug 26 three days ABardetownEHzabethtown Sept 84 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Owensboro Kentucky State Fair September 21 0 day TUB Lexington Democrat f giving In free to every new subscriber a very useful and valuable present In the shape of a map of the world or the g United States and of Kentucky with Interesting and Important data besides the flags and arms of all nations the at pictures and autographs of the presl dente etc The maps were made ex preisly for the Democrat and are read- Ily worth the price charged for the pa per Send 15 for a years subscription or 13 for six months and you will receive one postage prepaid It Is the moat complete map and chart we have overseen More RiotstoDisturbances of strikers are not nearly to as grave as an individual disorder of the Overwork lossof nervous of fltensionunless a reliable remedy Is immediately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kdnoys as E cctric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic the and all effective nervine and the greatest tu allaround medicine for run down the oftealstiara and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only 60s and satisfaction guaranteed and by all druggists No SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured By One Bottle Of Char berlains Cough Remedy Wlten I had an attack of grip 1 winter the second one I actually ells cd myself with one bottle of Chamberlain Cbuga Ilomedy says Frank W Perry editor of the Enterprise Shortivillo oeY This is the honest truth I at ti byIeIa am rewhen the coughing spell would come on night I would take a dose and it eeenv that In tho briefest interval the cou IIleepInnrcom p nying pains To say that tho remedy pUIIno won could knock out the grip simply allcause I had never tried It for such a 11 pose but it did and it seemed with tho remedytus were soveio betkmo a by Craig A Hooker Paradoxical as it may appear 1800 barkeepers and saloon moo of Jersey City have formed a Barkeepers Temperance Union and tbo members pledge themselves not to drink any of the liquors which they sell If any clan of men know the nulls of whisky drink- Ing It Is the barkeepers They woe thee seamy side ot It the folly of It the sin of It the shamo of It and the crime of It The barkeeper stands faoa to lauD dally with men of Dee intellect and splendid accomplishment sad who era fitted to shine with a steady effulgence on the higher plane rendered mud Inl garroualy silly or gravely Idlollo by drink They sae bow the term good fellowship Is proitltuMd and Interpreted to men getting caab other drunk and how men of parts Indulge In toque clous and unheeded Insipidity or who are demonlctd and rendered insane by Intoxicants and If a great disgust can be produced by anything this will pro duco It The Barkeepers Temperance Union Is tberefcro not unreasonable egg Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little wotkers Dr Kings New Life Pills Jilllons are always at work night and day oUting Indigestion Bil lousness Constipation fjlck Headache and Ml Stomach Liver and Bowel ttdu bles Easy pleasant sate sure Only 25c For sale by all druggists Referring to tho Fayetta county caso the St Louie PoitDlspatcb says The Kentuckian who was so devoVcd to his religious duties that be went to churn IgdleteQaShould bo be looked up may k again Eastern capitalists have leased law In Woodford and will bore for oil STANFORD GREENHOUSE r Second Crop Irish Potatoes for Seed Floral on short notice Bedding and Vegetable Plants of all kinds in season Phone 90rlog 8 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford PUBLICSALE r If not sold privately I will offer for sale public auction on MONDAY APRIL 13th 1DM County Court day qt 11 oolook the follow log tracts of land In Lincoln county Ky nine sera on bale Oreek three miles rom Stanford adjoining the land of John dkldmoro This tract Is well timbered two tract formerly owned by the Gun ry ttttuto of 15 acriw each One U on tho east and the other on the wet of a tract of acres ownec1 by Mr A M Keland 3rd a tract of 11 acres adjoining land of Mr John Bright 5th a treat of 35 acres on Cedar Creek well timbered This was a portion the Adams land Term cash NANNIE VANI1 ER Executrix of D Vf Vandever Handsome Home at Auction I The desirable property of JI Phillip corner East Main and Avenue In Stanford will be sold at auction In front of the court home at 130 p M nut county court April 13 It will flrit be offered eight tote and then as II whole and the larger bid accepted There Ie no more desirable property In Stanford than this and It- will positively be laid With a splendid Dd manufacturlnl coming this 1 bound to be valuable proper tyTRKsOl1e third cash balance In one and two yean In equal Installments Call Mr Pallllps or on either Col J P handler or myself for particulars This will be your tact chance to buy one of the most desirable places of In town n D lJAUOuaIA TREASURY DEPARTMENT r Orncc or CouprnoLLER or TUB Conucicr Washington D d March 3 1003 WHEREAS by evidence pre to the undersigned It has been made appear that The National Dank of Hus located In the town of lluUoavllleAthe county of Lincoln and tucley hili complied with all tile Provision the Act of Wagrtse to enable National Associations to extend their cor =existence and for other purposes approved JUdgelvComptroller July mh 1882 J crrtlfy that The National Bank of Huston vllle located In the town of Huston vlllo In County of Lincoln seat etato of Ken cky Is authorized to have succession for period specified In Its amended articles autoclatlon namely until closo of business March 3 1073 In testimony whereof wltnes my hand seal of office this third davof March 1103 UAL WM D IllDQELY OIL Comptroller of the Currency h I I ine New York Store Special Bargains for This Week M Mans fi suits at 208 8ilfenBiGO suits nt 160 Hattie 1000 suits nl84 Mens 1260 suits nt 1IliWSLi3UuMens Fine Shoes worth 8260 nl 160 Mens Fine Shoos worth 800 nt 8200 Cnlicocl and Cottons at 112o QocThe New York Store Door to Lincoln County National Bank I Directors JB D II W O Oeo W Carter Biliousness makes Chronic Invalids fJWhen the User U torpid and fail to do In work f enub the blood u a virulent poison Then N come constipation blUe tick levers and malaria Tbe only that gives the liver lust the right touch end scans Nature work la the rlgut maaaert 11 YONS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIC RELLETS The pill tooehe the Liver and toe pellet few the dote for ytSar cost Sft cent and on lee your taM cieetdtogly bed fOIl s will bo well before you finuh them 0 Sample free Koraaleat all dealers JKu INoxt temII FOR SALE BY W Do MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STOKE o W B McROBERTS s THE DRUGGIST- Asks a continuance of your patronage during 1903 and thanks you for your liberal dealings of the year Just closed eatt S nelteas Fresh Drugs Prices that are Right t- l II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 9BOOOO Paxton J Owtley B Shanks Walker hudaeho treatment J V 3 u at Successors to The Farmer Dank dt Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000t This Institution was originally established u the Deposit Hank of In 1858 then reorganized u the National Bank of Stanford In U65 and igatn reorganlled as the Flnt National Daik of Stanford In 1882 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 yean it Is better supplied now with taclllttoe for transact promptly and well than ever before In its ong honorable career of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited D Wearon Insurance Rgent Fire and Tornado Insuranco Represents The Home of Now company in the world Assets 12 Surplus as regards policy holders 0436018 69 Farm property in Casey Garrard and Lln coln counties Phono 21 Stanford Kentucky B n SHANKS President Ji D OWSLEY Cashier W M niUOUT Astt Cashier Officers J 8 HOOKER Press J J Ohr W n WEAKEN Bkpr t Directors I F Reid Danville StanfordJW P Walton Lexington K L Tanner M D Elmore 8 n Stanford T P lull Stanfordilas Robl J II naUEbman Stanford W P Tate Stanford RI BI Mutiony Officers McUOBEIlTS McKInney Itanghman 1InsuranGC Firo Life Accident and I Tornado None hut the larg 7 est and best companies reprIrcsented Phone 82 f Stanford Kentucky