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I r x I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL j I VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 31 1903 SAM NO 9 HERE AND THERE Mr and Mr Pianois lIaro were M saeainated at Kavla IT The Karl of Yarmouth will rccolfe nooooo a yel1r for marrying MM Thaw of Washington The name of Iho National Stool Com pony has been clianged to tho Car nrgio HleelCompany Tim Empress of Germany while out riding was thrown br her horse nod sustained a broken arm The poet cilice safe at Flat Hock N 0 was blown open and over 1700 fa cash and stamps taken Three men wore killed In a collision between passenger trains on the Southern Pacific railroad in Texas TboJIUat North Birmingham Ala was destroyed by fire tad one prisoner li thought to have been cremated Near Corydon Henderson county Samuel Crook soot hit brother Inlaw Kills Olbron Indicting a fatal wound Two hundred PolUh girls In a hand kerchief factory at Punic N J went on strike but no one knows tho reason for their action Admiral Dewey says tho United Slates has tho greaUat nary In the world for the reason that overy man In the navy is a man of Intelligence W Benton Darlington thirteen years old killed hlrasilf with a rifle in tho woods near Oallatln Tcnn after he had been whipped by his father Tbo Western Kentucky miners and operators conference has not yet been able in reach an agreement and It looks like there will be a strike Property worth 1260000 WM destroyed at Akron 0 by a tire resulting from thee explotlon of a ran of gasoline Several workmen wrfo badly hurt A New York bartender is littl to have heard Arthur IVnnoll threaten to kill Edwin L Uurdlek of IJutfalo The bartender may be called as a witness In a street fight at Drcnnon Springs J W Lowden Town Martha was shot and killed by John Iapp It U alleged that Popp huh planned to elopo with Lowden slaughter to which Lowdfn vigorously objected TilE Lexington Democrat It free to ovary new sdbcrlb a ver useful and valuable present In the shape of a map of the world of the United States and of Kentucky with Interesting and Important data beside s C the flsgi asd arms of aft nation tb picture and autographs of the prcsl dents etc The maps were mado ex preisly for tho Democrat and ire read lly worth the prIM charged for the paper Send li for ft years subscription or 13 for six month and you will reo calve one postage prepaid It is tho most complete map and chart we have ever Icon a J J MoCartv orator of Buffalo Dill e Wild Went while In the Item cilice Saturday evening and Jcelog the ad vertlKimaiof Harris World Fftmous Nickel Plato show IBId Tho Nickel Plate I one of the bt bows on tbo croad to day I onto how they can give ro much for tbo money but they do It You may assure your reader on ray recommendation that they will ti this show clean uptodate full amusement and worth moro than the money they have to pay to see It TUo Evening Item Richmond III At Stan ford next Monday April 0 Russia bas HO holiday a year 7i of which come In rummer 1 There was a cry in the streets People rushed from doors and strained their eyes on the struggling balloonUt for life pAntIng sick room was forgotten while the fame fly ga- tragedy bteatureu at this strange of the air Then they went bac to the sick room to tell of the terrible struggle for life they bad just witnessed t It did not occur to them that under their a more terrible more pathetic struggle was going on I There can be nothing more pttlfn than the struggle the consumptive i makes disease greatest help la this struggle Ie gained by tin Dr Pierces Golden Medical Di 1use obstinate coutrhs weak and deeding lungs emaciation and t other ailments which If neglected or unskillfully treated find a fatal terming tion in aIn IMoneolmydauahtetswasiuderinlra- ccount on a severe of flesh and other symptoms of dUrmwd limp eph II of junuraBprinpTlrrfell Co KC sther Dr R V Golden ledlcal1icove with etntifrlnft success and she sow excellent This beta true I hetefiy I medicines I hearttlyendorseyourAccept for Golden Med Discovery There is nothing just as good Inc diseases of the stomache i Pleasant Pellets assist the aeiontjtbeDiscoCryJ I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Tbo Pulatkl grand jury returned 40 indictment CorbIn will soil a telepbono and waterworks franchise April 11 Rlloy Collins accidentally shot him self while bunting near Corblo Nat P Thompson tI wollkaown llvo stock dealer is dead In Washington county James I Weaver a former Judge of the Laurel county court and a prowl nent citizen Is dead at London Tbe largo store of E 0 Walker at Gooo Creek Clay county was destroy ed by llro supposed to bavo beon of In cendiary origin An order has been made by tho Pu askl fiscal court that an addition be built to the coucty jail and 10000 bal been appropriated for that purpose W D Nave and Judge J W Hughes have secured a sufficient number of tig nature to obtain tree rural delivery on the Eoglleh and Dry Drench pikes In Mercer Morris VanArsdoll of Uarrodsburg was found pullty In the circuit court at Lexington of obtaining money under also pretenses and given 18 months In tbo penitentiary No 418 distillery at Tyrone of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company was oloed down for the season on account of not being able to procure barrels for their large rtmh Tbo Plneylllo Investment Aiaocla tlon of Doll county with 11000 cap tal stock was Incorporated at Frankfort D Boooq Logan William Ayres and Henry Urougbtoo of Pinevllle are Incorporators AttorneTPrIcei3ttlcment with Dm Cbase nod Steele In the turn of 1300 for services rendered epldemlcfin Mavfleld Oil Co of Nashville brought In well No 8 on the Davie tam In Wayne The oil was struck at 40 feet In the Beaver creek sand and U Ilulnlnll over the top of the derrick Prof Milton Elliot has resigned tile presidency of West Kentucky College Kepy of North Mlddletown to take effect In July 1013 says tbe Mayfield Monitor Annie Landy has sued the Southern damt age was forced to silo In tho coach for colored patien ger tram Louisville to obelbvvlllo while returning to Danville la March of 1002 Advocate Rf y Neander Woods pastor of tho Second Presbyterian church Louis villa is writing the early history of the State of Kentucky IIo Is being assist ed In his work by Mr C E Wood and Mr J R Boatman of Richmond Rev Woods spent lau cummer at Crab Orchard Springs whore many Lincoln county people met him The fiscal court of Pulaskt made an order appropriating tho surplus fund In tbo treasury about 17000 for tbe erection of turnpikes They also added Qro per cent to the general road fund hikeoa to be commenced at the city limits of Somerset and extend out Columbia Mt Vernon and other road e A number of representative farmer + volunteered donations each of from 1500 to 1000 to be expended In build log pikes UOCKCASTU F Francisco has Driod re signed The Lady Maccabees of Liv ingston will give an entertainment In tbe Calloway flail on Friday evening April 3rd W A Tvreo has contract ed to build a dwelling house for J T Cherry on Sliver St In Brodbesd which will make three nice cottages he has on that street Miss Sallie Shot ton who has been stenographer for 0 C Williams left for Louisville to no caps a position F Francisco has a dayIn1210 per year Born to the wile of A E Albright a One girlAltaVerne p Signal Wakeful Children For a long time the twoyearold child of P L JcPberson 59 N 10th St liar rltburg Pa would sleep but two or lhr house in the early part of the night which mado it very hard for her parents Iler mother concluded that the child had stomach trouble and gave her ball of ono I of OhamLerlalns Stomach and Liver Tab lets which quieted her stomach and she slept the whole night through Two boxes of these Tablets kayo oflected a parma nent cure and she is now well and strong For sale by Craig A Hockor pet ofilcori4 Cleveland ono of the robbers was kill ad and another captured lilt a bilious attack take Chamber loins Stomach and Liver Tabets and quick recovery is contain For sale by Craig tHocker I NEWS NOTES An Etttern syndicate has purchased 25000 acres of mountain land In Pike j R P C Bush of Winchester was suffocated inhls room by his bed bure log I non John K Bend rIck Is laid up at home with grip and a badly ulcerated throat Ono thousand brewery workers In the antbaraclte region of Pennsylvania went on a strike- Twentyeight were killed and f0 wounded in labor riots In the town of Slatovtk Russia A dramatist whose play bad been rejected attempted suicide by shooting In n Paris theater The Empress of Germany wblle out riding was thrown by her horse and sustained a broken arm William V McKean for nearly 30 years editorlncblof of tho Phlladel hla Public Ledger Is dad- A New York bartender It said to have heard Arthur Pcnnell threaten to kill Edwin L Burdlck of Buffalo Wall street brokers era nervous over reports Indicating an unusual number of strikes In prospect for this spring All Sunday records wero broken at Ellie Island Sunday when 4503 Imml grants were landed from four steamers prominentNewat the card table In a hotel of that city A 14 yearold boy of Tompklnsvllle who broke his arm died of gangrene perldittgdLexington p to smoke out six Breatbltt county men who had barricaded themselves to re sist arrest E P Bryan who bean life at an operator at Lebanon has been given general charge of the Manhattan ele voted railway The third trial of James Howard ladle ed for the assassination of William Goebel will be called at Frankfort next Tuesday GOT Beokbam has offered I1CO reward for the arrest of Ben Martin wanted In Morehoad for the murder of Mrs Christian Two hundred Polish girls in a hoed kerchief factory at Passaic N J went on strike but no one know the reason for their action N K Fairbanks tbo millionaire manufacturer and director of several bank and manufacturing concerns Is dead at Chicago Will Dlckenon of Crittonden coup ty has sued a druggist for 10000 al leglng that a mistake In I prescription cost his childs life Cadet G T Derry of Kentucky wa dlsmlMcd from Wet Point for ma1cla raUitatemcnts In connection with tbo possession of cigarettes ll B Lockrldge coach of the High school athletic team wa killed by a hammer thrown by J H Horne his at sliiani In practice at Louisville nepbewFrederIck I Sbenango River at Sharon PA while several hundred persons looked on Bon Roger the Negro who murdered Al China at Beaver Dam Is belle v cd to be still hiding In tbo mines and an effort will bo made to smoke him out x- Guxtavus F Swift a wealthy Chica go packer died of bornqrrhoge result Ing from a surgical operation Ho leaves a fortune estimated at from 67 000000 to 110000000 Federal officers arrested two men for counterfeiting near Ashland City Tenn Tbo officers captured a largo plant for counterfeiting gold solo and raising tho denominations of bills Secretary of the Treasury Shaw ha Issued a circular announcing that be ginning with April 1 ho will refund 100000000 worth of bonds either 1903 18 3 per cote or tho 1007 4 per cents In the circuit court at Lexington D A P Taylor was found guilty of charge of embezzlement and his pun ishment was fixed at three years In tho penitentiary The charge grew out of a debenture compass Fire of unknown origin caused eo very loss to a number of firms at Mt Sterling Ono largo business boute was burned end a warehouse and tbo opera house were damaged The total lots It estimated at 130600 ceTo effect an entrance Into a pan room New York detectives were com polled to chop a halo In tho floor of the room above and drop through Tbo place was protected by a maze slid ing payola and many other precautions Tbo American Tobacco Company I a said to have decided to abandon tho tighten tbe Independent cigar manu facturers of Havana Cuba Tho com bins Is reported to bavo lost 9500000 without making any serloui Impression on the trade of tbo Independents A citizens poses at Bedford a sub urb of Cleveland 0 waged a battle with a trio of robbers who during tho bad committed several cramr I sootheIp r I I i KINGSVILLE operationIWo have it from good authority that our town has 450 Inhabitants while Bustonvllle has but 425 black Williams continue 111 but Is slightly Improved Mrs Barbara Rog ere U III Mr W L McCartv Is still sick C M Peonybacker was up from Somerset Hon Jesse M Alverson our next representative WM here Monday Mr Thompson wall In Cincinnati Miss Mary Thompson of Clarence Is the guest of her brother Mrs C U Baker la In Louisville buying milline rv Wallace Walter of Stanford was the guest of his brother Ian week Mr Campbell of Lexington was hero Moo dayTbore are two weddltgs scheduled to como off In a very few weeks Two blonde young ladle and two C S R R men Mr Jab McWhorter laments that bo can not get a stogie widow to apehellthough ho knows It Isnt proper Too bad really Jerry Baker for whom a reward was sheaf to be offered at last ma o his ap pearanco He has been located at Burnable for several months where he returned afterspending a day In our city George Baker tbo efficient fete graph operator was a guest of his brother C G Baker Jetse D Wear en tbo insurance agent was hero last weekMr and Mrs Ed Claypool aro re jolctng over the arrival of a boy whom hap have named Howard McCarty Mr and Mrs Dan Reynolds have mov ed Into the rooms over G A Walters store Mrs Fannie Carey will occupy the house vacated by the former occu pants Mrs Elizabeth Taylor has gone to Louisville for an extended visit to her laD Miss Madgo King who has held the position of matron of the Re form Scbool In Fayetto Is here ttfmake her homo with her brother Will King W O Watts who has been critically III is now thought to be oat of dan- gerI flora to tho wife of Henry Rou ten a daughter MATRIMONIAL Ten divorces were granted in Louis vtllo Saturday Mitt Nellie Hcndren and Herbert King of Garrard wero married at Nlcholatvllle It Is sold that Admiral Keppal the toinear Paoli lad shot herself through the lungs and died in a few hours She was disappointed In lovo At Rustcllvlle Miss Sue McClellan aied6 and Capt Samuel Wblttnatiof Meridian Mist same age were joined heart and hand They had been sweet hearts for half a century CHURCH MATTERS Rev R R Noel ta ndlding a weeks meeting at Wallaceton A protracted meeting conducted at Asbhnd by Eld Geo P Taubman of Portsmouth 0 hoe resulted to 24 ac cessions to tbo Christian church lieu Dr H A Tupper at ono time pastor of Broadway Baptist church Louisville and at present pastor of the Fifteenth Street Baptist church at Brooklyn has paid off Its debt of 123 775 Tho world famous Nickel Plate show it itIn tbo city tdday and gave a perform pace this afternoon and soother Is to be given this evening at the grounds on Western avenue In the West End A short parade was given this morning and Theaevery The ale pliant whisk is carried by the company is one of the largest in the world The Dayton Press Dayton 0 At Stanford next Monday 6th U C V REUNION New Orleans May 1022 The Queen Crescent Route has made a special low rate for the benefit of fho veterans and their friends who anticipate attending this Mayt18 mil good returning until May 24 1003 Privilege of extension until June 15 Ask your nearest ticket agent for particulars or write W C Rloearson OPA FOR RENT Storeroom on Lancas ter street and law offices formerly oc copied by W A Trlbblo Apply at this office or write to W P Walton 41nJudge KnoxDont you know Its wrong to steal a pig RaetueYoe sab but dev didnt bab no chickens yo bonah I A good Jersey milk cow with colt for sale A milk and butter cow Dont wise this bargain Lock box 101 Stanford lp J 0 Our Spring Line of J M Shoes Johnston 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 not satisfied T+ o mILLER Danville KU y I WANT YOUR TIN WORKTHE DISTANCE MAKES NO DIFFERENCE WE WORK ANY AND EVEYWHERE PRICES ARE RIGHT- MATERIALS THE BEST-We pay telephone message If we receive contract PHONE 49 J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky CC1rLmcYe-W H Harris World Famous Nickel Plate Shows will exhibit at Stanford One Day Only Monday April 6th 1903 A 10000 den of performin Lions a magnificent team of Siberian Camels SomersaultRiderblers and acrobrats and twenty other highclass artists Lrapcrs andTumblers of established fam- eGrand Street Parade at 1O a m DailyatLOCATIONlShanks grounds on East Main Street I GARDEN SEEDS We have nnIMMENSE stock of garden seeds both in bulk and package We have Burpees andlFerrys Tinbunt and Ferrin package Sweet Peas Nasturtian White nice pop corn and the best varieties of early corn in bulk Plenty of yellow whitonndlliilljonionleets Come early while you have full stooklto select from Also good i stock of northern seed potato earliest varieties of secondcrop A HigginsMKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY I 1 l f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HENRY M BOSWORTH- Is a candliite for State Treasurer subject to the- rrl mary electien May 9 190 anj solicits the supra of- all democrats J F HOLDAM Is a candidate fer the Democratic nomination for Cir cult Clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party MF NORTH ll a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln County subject to the action of the party s J M ALVERSON- Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rtl resentatlve of Lincoln County subject to the actlOnf lie party Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY 4 For Commonwealth Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR TUB beef trust which has for may months been In proceee of organization bas at last made lie appearance la au experimental form The National Pack log Company capitalized at 9150 UOO which li now formally announced Is a combination of several of tbe smaller packing concerns which bave been bought by the great packers wbo have been fined f5000 and costs each by a Federal court In Chicago If thll form of combination shall stand tbe scrutiny of the courts the combination can easily be expanded to Include th- big I packers who have organized It 11 it Is declared Invalid the owners hay simply to distribute among tbemselve the several companies which have been combined E TUB treasury department advertise f that on Mondays and Thuradava until further notice opera will be received at the Bureau ot the Mint for the sale of the Government silver bullion to bo used in coining pesos under tbe Philippine coinage act approved March 2 1003 No offers of lets than 5001 ounces wilt be entertained The department wilt purchase 12000000 wortbI of silver bullion for coinage Into pesos which will be delivered In the Philip 1lnoIslands within four months and must be ready before the currency bill goes into effect At the very low price I of silver It ought to be easier than roll ing off a log for the government to get aU It wantejI ACCORDING to the National Grocer I the nations drink bill affords no IUPc port to the Idea that beer displaces whisky Since 1697 the per capita consumption of beer has Increased from 14 04 to 1749 gallons but In the same period the per capita consumption of spirits has Increased from 102 to 130 gallons But the latter Is lets than It was In 1802 and 1893 In volume the consumption of coffee exceedt that of beer In value the consumption of coffee tea and cocoa Is only one sixth that of the alcoholic drinks Cot fee U cheap and a formidable competl tor of beer AFTER traveling acroaa 10pOO miles ot prairie mountain and seas to marry a teacher at Manila Miss Flo Croea found oh arriving at her destination that men were deceivers ever and that the faltblets fellow bad left a letter 1saving that It was Impossible for him towed Miss Cross shows by her de termination and courage 19 braving tbeI storms of land and sea that she it of better stuff than to sit down In Idle I repining and we hope to bear soon that she has found a man more worthy of I her Gov DECKHAM It Is said will make a dozen or more speeches before the primary and this district Is to have one I V of them Lincoln county people have never bad the pleasure of listening to k j the governor and be has rawy friends I hero who hope that he will choose Stanford as his epsaklng point In tbeI Eighth district Geographically It would be the very place TUB will of the late exPrcaldent Harrison has failed to stand the feat of the Indiana courts Out Mr Harrison prabably forgot more law In a day than the obscure Judge who decided against the estate will ever acquire But like those who passed on Mr Tlldena will they have tie last say The decedents are therefore at great disadvantage iTUE now Chinese Minister Chen Tung Liang Cheng must be a warm number He arrived at San Francisco 4theother day with an extensive suite embracing 53 secretaries and attaches servants and 20 students 1nloei According vo a statement issued by the Civlf Service Commission the pen ally of Ones and coats Imposed on for 1merCollector Charles E Sapp Leon ard Parsons and Joseph Polonlng forI ivlolatln5r the civil service laws amounts dollars The commieof J tto says the fines and coats have been paid i I POLITICAL Charles Boolcwaltcr was renomln d for mavor of Indianapolis by the re publicans The headquarters of the ExecuUvc Committee will move from Mt Sterllol to Frankfort this week Senator Oubols ot Idaho has pra posed Parker and Shively as a lnoloR combination to lead next years Ucket to victory Simeon Cook of Shelby county bas withdrawn from the race for the demo cratlcnomlnatlon for Commissioner or AgricultureJames Harlan Attorney General of Puerto Rico called on the Prelldent and tendered his resignation to take effect April 30 Justice Clabaugb has been appointed chief justice of the supreme court or the District of Columbia to lucceed Judge Blngbam Daniel Bond of Science Hill and A A Lewis formerly of Somerset but now of Covlngton are nominees u poo the Socialist ticket for State offlceit President Roosevelt will start to morrow on his Western trip He wl1 be away from Washington 60 days v Ill visit 22 States and travel 14000 mllel The Cuban Senate by a vote ot 12 to 0 ratified the reciprocity treaty with the United States The ratlficatt was unconditional the Idea of placlnll a time limit for final action by the C n gross ot the United States being abao doped In the democratic primary in t Fifth judicial district J W Henson Webster county was nominated for circuit judge In the race for Common wealths Attorney Sam V DIxon defeated L C Flournoy the present In ccmbent Judge Brecklnrldge epoko to a larRe crowd at Lebanon Saturday Most or- his speech was taken up with the ellf blllty of Gov Beckham He claimed that be Is not eligible and quoted rrom the recent decision of the court of ap peals tb establish the fact Judge James N Tyner assistant attorney general for the postoQlce de partment his resigned on formal request It Is alleged Irregularities are said to have been discovered In hlsdc but no investigation of hili individual conduct Is to be made Senator Morgan ot Alabama bas Dutllned an Interesting platform draft for the democrats In 1901 Be declare that the principles uppermost In the ulnda of the democrats prior to the civil war should be put In the platfori sod those of a later date omitted II the man Is honest be declares it mat sere not where he has stood In the past The Lexington Democrat a wart lupporter ot Gov Beckham says Those who think Gov Beckham ough o withdraw his candidacy are not the allows he Is likely to consult There not his friends but friends of thither candidates who know that his de talon to stay In the race moans certain defeat fqr their favorites Gov Beck bam Is the most popular man In thi State and deservedly so ADDITIONAL LOCALS READ the ad of J R Hsselden the Lancaster tinner and hardware dealer WATERPROOF overcoat taken froth arson fc Peace store Please return James Burke FLOUR and shlpstufT at wholesale price I at Carson S Pence Have td ave the room for our spring lino of chicles of every description TUB ladles of the Baptist church will- set a splendid dinner In the Owsle1 8tore oom next to McRoberta drug etore next court day Admission 25o ALL section men onheLSs N eye m will on April let be given a raise of 10 cents on the day making 1110 per The section foremans salary will be increased from S4250 to 645 per onthTHELadteeAld Society of the Chris tlaq church will have for sale lu the Severance Storeroom on Saturday before Easter Anrll 11 numerous good tinge to eat They will also serve Ice- aod cake to those who desire It tf Dorsey Golddut fog 120 Is rtalnly cheap to Insure a living colt inslderlng the way his cold mature id sell They are ready for market al business horses before they are four tanold No stallion In Kentucky cao show an equal record of high Drlces light of handling and quality of dam considered Within tne past year six of his rolls have lold- for 17200 or an average of 81200 On Iy last week 1450 and 8300 were bid for- two geldings coming four yeareold and a pair of mares brought 8800 THIS AND THAT A young woman at Salt Lake has been asleep for 28 days Mrs S D Rothwell of Lancaster suffered a stroke of paralysis Noah Raby an Inmate of the poor bouRe of Middlesex county N J will- be 131 years old April 1 Tbero will be no strike In Western entucky coal fields miners and operators having reached an agreement Mrs Caroline Lawson was arrested 10 Laurel county on the charge of being inllcated In the Little Caateel killing The residence of Mrs Ben White at arrodsbnrg burned the family es- caploJl In their night clothes as tbe- roof fell in- Needbam Turner an old mountain rot Mlddlesboro was badly shot by- BetlY Markham because he corrected one of his own children 1LAND STOCK CROPS ETC 200 stock hogafor sale I Jab Wblte S Sons J M Cress bought lot olY hogs In Rockcastlo atSio J C Fox has engaged 200 hogs for fall delivery at 5c Season to Red Leaf for sale D 5 Carpenter Hustonvillo Sow and pigs and one cow for laic Arch Green Stanford O P Huffman bought of W A Trl ble some hoga at 5 to Co Adam Pence Jr sold to Mr Williams a gelding for 1120 B D Carter bought of I S Tevli a fine three year old Jack for 8300 Isaiah White S Sons sold to 0 P Huffman a Ibt of butcher stuff at 31 to 4c Mark Hardln and Cbsrlce Lutes pur chased of Hon J S Owsjey Sr a mare for 815- 0Wanted a No 1 two year old bul Hornless preferred J M Reynold Wayneaburg Ky Four vouog jacks for sale or trade for any kind of stock all throeyciu olds MS Baullbman At the TranterKennev horse alel at Lexington last week 270 bead sold for 809890 an average of 8253 W M abd A F Barnett have sol I tbelr crop of hemp about 40000 pound to Robert M West of Lancaster al6 Wanted to buy a few car loads or owes with lambs Both phones 41 J F Cook It Co Union Stock Yards Lex Ington Ky 2t aRob Goddard sold to Wm Bond of McBraver the fine threeyearold sad die stallion Kentucky Rex for 8350 Harrodsburg Democrat T J Capdler bought 37 acres ot tht John Haley farm on State Street In eluding toe site ortbe former reel denco for 82000 Somerset Journal- J T Embry bought at the Lexing ton sales sir yearlings by Illustration son of Onward at about 1100 S T Harris bought a brood mare for 1100 E H Beazley St Co have purchased the bandeoroelvbred trotting stallion Antecarlo 2201 sired by the great Anteo that sold for 155000 at public suction dam by Hailstorm son ot lambrlno Patcben This Is one of the best bred horses In the State and will make a big season here His card will appear next Issue PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm IH miles east of known u the J M Carter 8r- tarm and being desirous of going Wont I will on WEDNESDAY APRIL 15th 1003 on the premise tell at public outcry to the Ighcil and best bidder the following de propertyTwo8vearsold I 1 good amity hone 6 teiMold Igrxxl 2 year old one mule 4 extra good milk cows 4 1 and yearold heifers good took 1 3jear 01d steer 4 calves 1 twohorse wagon near 1y new a bu y and ba neu11 twine binder mowing machine plow harrows and other Implements too numerous to mention Ccmplete set ot blacksmith tools 50 barrel of corn bacon from 8 hog house hold and kitchen furnltbre all nearly new arlnir only been used about a vear conslst Ipg ot a parlor suite 1 nice bed room set oda bedsteads bureau odd chairs cook Irg stove all sort ot chinaware wathlog ana churning machine In fact everything A lucceufcl farmer and housekeeper need Terms mado known on day of ante DENJ OJLUIUDGEMoreltnd Iy KING EAGLE King Eagle ls 15 hand 8 Inches highI darl bay goes all the gait with plenty of peed style and action ilrud by Royal King lit dam by Eagle Blrdt 2nd dam by iced Llonl 3rd dam by Harris Denmark he br Millers Denmark I 4th dam by Jim DelI loroughbredNOT King wu sired br the great- a Time and 1s a brother to the great Stlrer King and Allie D the great show mare tbat sold for 31000 King Eagles 2nd dam I the dam of Minnie Hoja the great show mare that Matt Cohen won everywhere with- In 1893 and told for 3300 King Eagle will make the present season or 1003 at my stable 2S mile west of Stan tord on the Shelby Clt pike at the low price ot 110 to Insure a living colt Will alto sad the great mule and jennott Jack Dilly Keene at for mares 20 for jack colt and f10 for colta to Insure a- 1IIog colt Dilly Keene was tired by the Itreat Tom Keene lit dam by the Imported klermo 2nd clam by Levi Rubbles Prince the tire of Joe Blackburn and Brlgnolla Rilly Ieene stands full 18 hands high Mack with white point and u a breeder He Is lanrpaitseu as u mule or Jennett Jack III- colta will show for tbemslpet Will also let- tbat great young Jack Jim Keene serve a tow outside mares at 10 to insure living cult MartS traded parted with or bred else wbere forfeits tho Insurance nnd money be- COmN due at tho time of such transaction FDr further particular call on or addess T HAKRI3 Stanford Ky GRAND LEADERS T A PRICE SurgeonDentiit Stanford Ky SPRING GREETINGS Wo have the largest and finest stock over carried under one roof In Lincoln county Wo have lion receiving goods on ovory freight until we barn tho grandest OHsbrtmont that money could buy Every atlclo Bolocteil with great enro Our price Bro always right as low ns possible for good quality Wo ask you to Inspect tbls uptoilnU stock e Just in tho finest line of Mona nod Boys olothlnlr marts from tho celebrated Krinbbaum hand main anti Kahn DryfitB I Co Tlioso two lines art Uio last In tlio business Prlcos on Krloh baums hnntl made suits from 820 to 85 Kahn Dryfus At Cofl AM mens sups from 815 to 85 Boys fine suits from 810 to 160 White Dress Goods Department Wo are showing the largest line of Piques Oxfords tsetse Iwlrjrtgured anti dots Leno Weaves Porte Muslin TtullaXjtaon OrganttJos 5fersortzed Damasks Etb A large and varied MM to select from In our Dross Qoods department wo aro showing Now Ktumlno ut GOo yard Now Mohairs at 35 50 and 76o yard Narrow checked Mohairs at COo yard Molroso in all colors at 50a for nrtll mattings matting 23c line jirteoa Buttons Our Ribbon department Is overflowing bright now rib bons nll shades nnd widths Ladles and Mans Flno Wo carry only the host makes Pat Viol Ladlft Show French heol too Matt Kid top 130 line hand turn Ladles Frenah Kid high heel 81 Prku 83 nil oVher kinds In price from 76o to 85 Clilldrods shoos of all kinds Lot us shoo you at small price Dress Skirts have anything you want Preea from to 815 New lino wide band trimmings the newest just In Our Lino of Table Linen and Napkins to match nn fine values The Grand Leader DR PeW Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myors House Flats Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard per narrates Fresh line of Groceries and Oakes Etc just received highest market prices for nutter Eggs X Give him a call ot Dry Ocala Notion Gent Furnishing Goods Etc just added to my stock S Aeeor r UeBoberU Drag Store In the Ovtl UulliUf NOTICE I If you think of building or repairing We can save you money on your material AII kinds or or tight framing any leogtt beveled poplar aiding floor hardwOOd celllnpsi casligt bole or cornice boards post and brackets bored and turned stairways newen plasterer lathes white ok fencing black Rum oa boxing Write for price HOMlnREV nnOS K- yMILLINERY tt 1 0Just rotunicd from the city with a complete line of SPRING and- SUMMER MILLINERY Miss Adix Crim from Indiana trimmer Come And See Us Sirs G Singleto- nCommissioners Saler palsMrs Marcie W tb and others vs Ut Webb Dttt CommIUlonttSart Lincoln Cir Pursuant lon order of sale anJ juJemtnt of ItoII court renJtitl it the February term will of the Ml court the Cqmrnluloner on MONDAY APRIL nth r9et before the courthouse door In the town of Stanton K sell tt riNk outcry to the highest ant bet bUJer the tracts of UnJ hereinafter described thre of which lift In Lincoln county Ky on the waters 01 Gen River and the fourth Ilea MaJlson Kentucky In Valley View First 151 hi Uncoln county conslsts of alarm oft acres ant S roles of ItnJ on lying 6 Ia miltS Southwest of Stanford ant was convy ed to rotter Webb by deed of Joseph Wllllmjn rr- eordet In deed book No rare I j8 Count Clerk t office Sikl farm has on It an eight rue frame dwelling house storeroom large tam com crib lee house a never fatting spring a spring house and alto situated thereon Is a saw m pUnlng anJ grist mill under shed and In running order ind tract was conveyed to Foster Webb rJIrtlfl Intestate by the deed conveylni the first named tract and CS acres a rood and 2S poles of und- Id tract consists of 14 acres more or less and wai also conveyed to salt iuster Webb rulntltf Intes Ute by Joseph Wllllman by same deed In dreJ book No u page 158 of the Lincoln County Court Clerks office The fourth parcel or lot of land Is situated at Valley View In Madison county Ky the same being lot No 15 In Wharton addition to Valley View on South IIJe of Kentucky river aol the railroad depol Is on feet bv no feet and has on It a five room ImprovementsSaid in the follow Inl order Flrvt the tract of acres and poles with Improvements then tracts Nes i and i will M offered separately and then will be offered together anJ thai monoyyrhenland win be soU free of all rights of dower and con tingent right thereto The object of this sale after the of the costs of this action Is the distribu lion of the proceeds of sale amongst the plaintiffs anj defendants according to their respective rights TERMS OP SALE Credit of six months Bond with ipproved security tearing legal Interest from date until paid and to the Commissioner Lien retained WARRENCoumlssloner CARPETS and MATTINGS Now llguretl taintless yil Cotton warp worth 3fio at ingrain cnriws from 25o to COo jx r yard Tho new hand iNirsw In nil styles front S5e to 91 eneli New Mete Bolts Peal from Uio alas of n pin bend to those AH largo as a dollar with colors kinds Shoos Fine plain pries shoo ranging n Ladles wo 81 each heavy veranda chestnut Ilartwell county which Uncoil contains recorded near and 12jc Pine Pins I CLEAN UP AND BfV YorUSFLF SOME FINK NKW ff Furtiture Carpets CHina and Japanese Mattings Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames Sic We are la a position to save you teeny and t ready to convlnc you of Uw fn ts Our lines wn braes some of the lllSt things In the market Call and see u- iWITHERS FURNITURE COMPANY 1 LAMP SALEK + r Beginning March 2djJwe will close out our line of fine Parlor and Library Lamps at COST for CASH Now is your chance to buy a nice Iamb ata wholesale price CEO He FARRIS CO Stanford Ky gPLLA19ttt Sorts of pretty jewelry is the vogue IMnny nov cities have been added Condo iii anti see the lot cat in Jewelry1Vatches- Clocks and Silverware Absolutely no misrepre sentation WH MUELLERStanford re 1 The Charles Wheeler Emporium IIUSTONVILLE KY Will display n Superb Line of New Spring Millinery on April 9th and loth This will bo our greatest effort in showing tho correct uptodnto Pn isian Stylos Ladies and Misses Trimmed Tints at 50c 750 and 1 that cannot bo duplicated that price in Central Kentucky This is now fake Another specialty is our 350 line which will equal any 5 Hat t shown elsewhere Our Spring stock is now complete in every depart q ment If you want a Suit bargain for a child youth young or old man come and see me A lull line oi Embroideries Supplies Coronation Mt Mellic and all other shades in Braids A beautiful and attractive lino of Ladies Skirts Etc We cordially invite your inspection s sby r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL u STANFORD KY titan 31 1003 In filling your prescriptions wo ueo proportlooDOt do bettor It yon paid ui double the price which IsBlways reasonable POD cri Drujr Store PERS ONALSr OLMB HUFFMAN wont to Lebanon Sunday FRANK LKB la vUltlog bli bomofolke at Midway It C SAOFLKY of Richmond epee Sunday hero MIss SUSIE KANONR of Lancaster li flatting Mu U S Traylor fcbienDON VlNCBNT DaUBING of London was hero a short while Sunday O S POIITMAN of Liberty wa4 hero Sunday on route to Mt Vernon lION AND MRS J S SAUNDERS spent soreral days In Loulsvlllo J O BNULBMAN U up from Lout villa on a short visit to hU parent Mil AND Allis K C OAINBS of Lan caster visited friends hero Sunday MRS J S UKED of Lexington was the guest of her mother Mr White roturnedIa S W MENEKEK ana Thomas Now land Jrl spent Sunday with bomcfollct hero bins W C PETTOS of Crab Or shard wa the guest of Mr Dexter J coDallouMRS JOSEPH CORY wont to Liv ingston to rlslt her sister Mr W It f Dllllon Mil A C SINK was In Porryvllo last week la the Interest of the AUoca beo lodge HORN to the wife U O Lute a daughter Mr John Lute Is now grandfather J V ARNOLD of Stonega I a no 1 reman In the L J N OW e hateMid News MRS MILTON HHNOOII of Louis yMyrtloMil T IV IlAMBBY and wife oW 76Mrsa GAIT PHIL PRICB of the K 0 II at Hot Springs and Capt Joe Arnold 1 e pulling the bell cordon his train Sins M K FlSU Mrs Dr Black and llttlo Montez Pith returned Sunday frost a protracted stay In California UBV J 0 A VACOIIT cod Mr Josle Raneyt of Danville nttendad the Methodist meeting here Tuesday t DR J W ACTON who has been tak leg a post graduate eourto at the Roe pita College of Medicine has returned to his home at Klngsvlllo- MK URIAH DUNN of Ilustonville It back from Barnwoll S C where ho spent the winter dealing In horses Do sold 160 or moro at fair prices J M ALVERSON of Stanford w 01of i here last week In the Interest of hIsII race for representative Ho will get good voto here Preaohorsvlllo Co Central Record WK failed to state last Issue that t Souvenir World Fair Buttons on ea at all of the drug atoms hero woro sent to Mr W D Vearcn who hoe be0 made special agent for this county MESDAMES L C LED and E S Mur phy aro lathe cities catching on to the new styles and buying millinery t which business they will run In con nection with their drestnaklng estab lishment Miss MARGARET LEWIS who has built up a largo class In mandolin gui tar and piano hero 1 forced to give It up to return to Stanford on account of the Illness of her tnothbaLoxingtD- emocrat IN remitting for his paper from Pleasant Dill Mo Mr J O MoAlls ter says he has recently told hie farm at a good profit and that land has I creased In valuo from 25 to 50 per cent In the put year TUB following announcement will boAt good news to the friends of the iplen did young man Mr Shelton M Sauf ley who has bean with The Domoer- Vsince Its birth and with the editor ea years before will succeed to the man aging editors desk He has filled every othor position on the paper with capability and fidelity and wo aro su will provo equal to tbo strenuous to before him Lexington Democrat J LOCALSr t TO MORROW la all fools day 1 I FLINCH 60o Craig sL docker o 125 NW Skirts Severance fc Son Lot Frank Adkln o yourumbrella FRESH Spring aughtQeh 000 II FairlaCO SATIN Damask Irish Linens Piq use all grades Severance S Sons LONDON Twines Etamlnea and b hairs In many grades Severance Sons sell the rcaaat for atout 1flgure In the summer opt John P e Jones NEW YORK seed potatoes onion seta and garden seeds at John Bright Jrl k d Coa INEW stock of wall paper and ready petals Just In W D McRob tc i CARSON sir PENCI havolustlust received a carload of thu latest style Columbus buggies AMOSKKU and Tolle der Nold Olng hams are breragccWE have some bigbargains In Cassl plateJohnBELFAST Rep Voile Mologne Plain and Strlpo Linen for Wash Skirl Severance fe Son o thelecture230 Wednesday afternoon UlRiaiiT Piano goodcondition sale at a bargain Mia K M KlngvllU Ky tf NottiagLam tern In Curtain Sfflsso Severance Se Son OlBNlNO Mr Garland Singleton will bavo her millinery opening onSat urday April 4 and the ladles aro Invlt ed to call and Inspect her stock T WE commence to day a 10 clear groatsa saoraflco All Bra blebclais shoe Now Is your chance John P Jones THE next show to h theboards at Walton Opera House letTha Folks Up Willow Creek which will bo pro coated by Frank Davldsona strong mpany on April 28 LEVISNSON BROS of Somerset will havo tbolrstore In Waynesburgopcn by next Saturday They will occupy the Maccabeo storeroom and Mr A SetLevonson will be In charge niATT Mr W 0Watt ono of aneyear an wbeTHRBR ATTRACTIONSDanv111 p Opera House April 1st Merchant of TomploGravelrite K W Ltllard for reserved seats 0 Tax dog show Dth I nrcat Friday afternoon was the source of much en joymont to our people young and old Tbo diving leap of one of the dogs wa a remarkable exhibition canine In telllgenco MRS CLUO BROWN win show all the millinerySaturday fog for correct styles at correct pries It Is well known that Mr Brown I e the place to got them OIBNINO OF t1E1tYI will SaturdayAprltladle to call and see my elegant lino Spring and Summer millinery Mr D McClure Turnertvllle 2t dird near e Boone Flint who came hero for a cof h1au alto and eight children survive it 0clover man READ the millinery advertisement of Mver Phillips They have just ro turned from the cities wbero they bought an Immense stock of Spring and Summer bate bonnets and trim mini + and they now havo their goods on display Their store Is over Wcath erford Myers general merchandise house Hustonvllle atond bOlt onorlog circus on earth put up a very Interesting and attractive l rade today nod gave a performance this afternoon at tbo show grounds to a nvery big patronage Tbo circus la One one of the old fashioned onering variety Richmond Ind Palladium Stanford next Monday April 0 THE STANFORD GREENHOUSE is an pcoatpia Mr John Cbrlstman the clover proprietor Is not only an expert gardener but a liar let of high order Ho hoe In his large evese oto great DIe prices are exceedingly reasonable and bo le ns accommodating aa man can well boo Visit his greenhouse Just beyond tho cemetery and you will at with us that ho Is well prepared to e u ply plants and flowers on ohort notl WANTED TO Mon IANA crowd of 100 men gathered at East Bernstn dt Cbarlel1lInmanDeputy Sheriff Caateol was killed It bad been announced that Inman would bo brought through East Bernstadt on chic1opTe at tGum Sulphur and brought him to tbo jail hero Inman was arrested In the Fall Lick section of tbo East End Wednesday evening aa stated in our lait He was taken to London yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Nowland and Marshal J G Rlddlo who arrested him and who will claim the 8450 reward offered or him SMALL glazed cards Craig fc Hock fro NEW waists 50 I to Sever once k Sons Fort RENT I and acres of land for root L It Hngbes EmIbroldoredSon WE have several good largo farm mules and mares that wo will sell very cheap J H Baughman Co CincusHarrieNicklePlatoClr cut and Menagerie will stretch lt tents hero next Monday Oth There are few better shows on the oadiON April 4th we will display an attractive assortment of patters hate and a complete line of millinery goods You I MileulSraubmoo told ua yesterday of Dr P P My I hands good work on one of his horses w hlob was stale and which bo thought could not get well Ua sent for tbo above veterinary who alter working with the animal several hours got it on its feet and soon brought about a MYIbaCbdowing tote popularity dallyISOMERSET If tbo town erot continues w grow and Improve as she has for the last six months Pu Uskt capital will bo ono of TUB titles or this grand old Commonwealth Moro Building Is golcg on than ever known bro o and only substantial buildings ro being put up For Instance work- swa 190brlakor Hotel which will cost when furnish t about 135000 Newton Bros ono aI them Mr Abe Newton of Huston Title are tho promoters A magnlO Dent twostory brlok bualnosa bouse I e aring completion on ihoWSCon t site while handsome residences II r ing built by the dozen The big ap proprlatlon just mode for turnpikee will greatly benefit Somerset Most of the money paid out for building tbo pikes will bo spent there and roads will bo made so that country people can Alllobo121Nortbmay run on to Durollide and to Monti cello Somerset a wet town In ail the word Implies Ten saloons do a thriving business there whllo a whole solo beer establishment cokSaloons pay a oily hoer ee of 1800 each i making 13000 they pay Into Somerset till Taxes fines etc amonnt to some 13000 more and It Will be seen that tbo ycarlyy In Improvements a number of which bayB hoop made In the last year 9omere t now rivals Stanford as a wolMlgbted town Are lights have taken the pia of the little Incandescent that usedLhang around the streets and the change for tbe better Is most decided TruttYesterdaayo Thompson of Laurel and Marshal MoJ ren of London came here and askrd Jailer Herrln to turn over to the Charles Inman who was hero for safe keeping There was a misunderstand Ing about the papers and after they h gotten to the depot with loman Mr Hcrrlo decked that be had batter give up his prisoner and brought hl back to jail Messrs Thompson at Moren then phoned to the county Judge of Laurel and he mailed paper to Jail or Herrln ordering Inman turned over mooaD conferred with Com monwealths AttorneyOwsley who ad Naahad arrest ragman and expected the reward offer ed they were tbo men to whom should be delivered Just before train time Messrs Thompson and Moren called on the taller again for Inman and ho refused them This angered them and a quarrel followed Monon drew a dangerous looking pistol and when somebody yelled outtldonL rqhtwt Mr Herrln who did not know the yell was made that a pp tywas drawn went after his gun Tho son covered the Jailor with his pistol but whoa Mr Herrln ordered him lower it he did so Marshal Jones andCOwhen ho asked Moron for his pistol cahooded it over to hint Friends got the men separated and Mcssra Tho eon and Moren returned soma on tbo Southbound train It was a narrow ea capo from bloodshed and wo era Indeed Rind that tbo matter ended no worse than It did Mr Herrin la a cd clever man but It wont do to foul with him as was shown yesterday He thought an effort wae made to Impose on him and Imposition Is one of the tblbgs he will not stead The sari has known Messrs Thompson and Moron for years and is loathe to think that they would take such advantage of their follow man as Mr Herrln thought they were trying to take of him It was just one of tboso unfortunate occurrence about which the least said the better RENTIwllltilaoJgadenanachNcheapsame yearR reb Orchard Ky UMBRELLAS mmtI Recocredand and mode cantI aIFOR SALE D wes thetTUESDAY APRIL uth 11 highestier ballIandIa loser m tows Will be saleT SaleIcola i Devheea tic Deft Commt r1Pw7wnttoanrderaadlJtmwtof In tile twtleJ 10NUAYAPRIt 11 II eoJ SLtnlorJKydHtae tract of 66 ta acres of knob land situated In thet7nJsetJoeWecattbeFstayW M the South by the lands of Alan Dlantm TaylorIthe pro ofsale amongst those emitted thereto after the actionTEMHS Bond ComIIKsllunerLien retained R iCemmkNonevLlntelnQrcultCouri Commissioners Sale Bat tle DdlsCmamluloller ftIIn the above styled action at the 2CommissionerMONDAY APRIL ijth IjeJ mtoreKy afoot the tour of u oclock Uhereinaftereast to andI9landsStaid houseaa kit will be sold on a credit of 6 months the object of the sale being for the relnrest theMef the torts of this proceeding sakl Und being Inca lIIe of division JIappruretpersenal secuntty rrquked payable to the untIlUjIDICINM money retained on the bad C WARREN Uncotn CIrcuit court IRsaleofary SlorOcltCourtCur ef this court rendered at Its February term iou In the above styl ed action tmMONDAY rublieurthouse door In the town of Stanford Ky1Ihwrty herein described Slteated In HIeJIIn1alhenccorner to John Ednlslon also corner to Mrs Hlgrins w loot lent thence her line ant salt lane S 4j W si wJ8tobeginningIng ef division without Impairing Its value will be sold as a whole 01pI1tI1I1I6 per cent per annum from lrJ day ef Oct 199 untili actiond ant it months In security re COQylrNolthepurcnauLlrarMg6 per cent Interest mlllisslenerLienCommissioner Lincoln Circuit CoutGi Commissioners Sale First National Wok of Stanford Ky Pltffs vs s Nannie CommissionersSale Courtmthe above styledtausetMunJerslgaedComIDlsswnet wW on MONDAY APRIL 7thi iloj FtanforJadoutcry to the highest and lest bidder the tract of land satlsfyingtheOCCent Interest from March ird toot until sub efMyOcttstteotdtract of Und ordered sold Is bounded generally thus Hounded thus by the tams of A M Hlatt and bytheCOftt JuJRmentSaltcapable of division and on which the defendant now reiidsTEHMS OF SAIE Said Und wHI be sold on a credit IwaringlegilnteustfnndayofsaieCd Price Hen returned on thetaJ WARRENhCCourt Dorsey Golddust 12052 byZlIcaImpArabianFlorence Golden Mlnjjo Chief a son of Ootla Morgan descending from Justin Mor Normknown Donor Golddust la a dark bay full provet0qualItleapresenthomiles from btanfurd atl0 to Insure a llv ormPQUASI 2127 ofrtKava Natlonaux No 1S8J3 Imp by W II prizetearl Franco In 1S978S competing with CO stallions and unbeaten Color handsterbreedylooklDgform with unusual step and action Will make tbe present season at farm pear Staufoid at 810 the season Money Due when service rendered or Sill a living colt Money due when colt conic or mare parted with Mares kept at SOC per week on grass The responsibilityfor1 I J 8 iA S t a I t e a 1 i i NETWSTYLES I SPRIIN6- NSUITS The celebrated H II Cos Uunion limo QFittingFronts Wo hnvo nil the NEWEST PATTERNS AND THE MOST CORRECT CUTS Como In and try on a Suit to see how our Clothing will fit y- ouCummins a McClary New Goods F They arc here and a store full of tlieaithe cream of the mar ket Megs Wear of all Hinds Lathed antI Childrens Shoes and Slippers Let us show them to you Terms Cash HJIYTRoberts FULL AGAIN Are our two largo rooms of the choicest solec tions of fine Dress Goods Silks White Goods Ginghams Percales Mercerized Goods Lawns Dimities Neckwear Chitelains Hair Pins Pearl Buttons Trimmings of all kinds In an annex we are showingNew Skirts Waists Lace Curtains Curtain Swiss s Portiers Carpets Oil Cloths Mattings Rugs and Shades EVERY WOMAN Should como to see our new goods and while you are in wo will sell you lOc Percales at G 11cThis is a great bargain and considering the price of Cotton are at less than it costs to make them This will pay you well for your time SEVERANCE SON ITtttlJ KISSED The Day Has Passed To soil Inferior groceries at lull prices The man who attempts to do this falls to realize that the shopping public is gifted with intelligence The class of Groceries I offer the quality Ac show that appreciate tbe fact that want tho best and demand poorleifor their money I promise to rive both value quality fresh neat end clean andIj W PBRRIN the r 110 Main St Stanford Ky 1 MYERS PHILLIPS i Having jtist returned from tho cities whore they purchased a large line o- fSPRINNC MILLINERS j would bo pleased to have tho Ladies of this and adjoining counties mIland examine their stock and got ptfcos You are cordially invited to attend their opening on April 10 and llth in the rooms over Weatherford Slyers Hus wf ir tonvillcAKentucky v tf- I sl 1 fTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL j Sniered n the potlofflee at Stanford at Iecondcla waitere rrtbl2hatTuostayoan4FxltaapoArit 1PER YEAR CASH ar When 110 sopsldessoo will be charted KNOXVILLE DIVISION o34TnlnolngNortn 1tCGam n 2toam 12namlNoFORRENT My tore ronm recently occupied byWm Severance Will rent foroneormoreyeareJ I THE Joseph Price Infirmary U open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con saltation Board and nursing shall bo cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes alonal bills Sue wizen services are rendered and must apaid promptly Giboney Fs Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stab Ie Liberty Kyl Drummers RIgs a specialty sold Grade none End Mules bought Feed hones receive personal attention l Traylar8 1 iCt DEALER IN Ylliilskii Brandu Wines Beer ttlnars Etc 1OarpenterCloteto DepotiSTANFORD KY lIIe attention Nothing but the bel IlPromptlairphone ti telegraph orders receive If JDWedreI1Insurance Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of Now In the world Assets 818 71063512 Surplus se regards holdere 19J3G0iS 69 Farm property in Casey Oarraicl coln couuties Phone 2L Stanford Kentucky IJI RlMutiony Insurance fluent Fire Life Accident anti Tornado lNonebut the larg est and best companies rely resented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky FliP MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J It Beazleys Livery Stable o THEDFOHDS THE GREAT- flMILYMfDICINE Thedfords BlackDraught has saved doctors more than 4sixtyyears For the common fam ilinenU such as constipation indigestion hard bowel com plaints chills and fever bilious ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine ist necessary It invigorates and ulates the dilestion- stimul1tes action of pnriffca the blood and the tbowel of foul accumulation It 1 cures liver complaint indigestion sour ness f lroublesconstipationdiarrhaa colds and headache gist has Thedfords BlackIIraugEt in rent packages and in mam moth size or 8100 Never accept a substitute Insist on having the r ChattanoogaMedicine mackDraughtIsgood for any and everything I have- a a family twelve children and for + four I have them on foot adhuhhywithrrodoctorbulBlackDraughL J l p6i r s r PA KE HAIR BALSAM CTmun bwninc Cn halt rramotM tnirltnt powth I W Tr rafts to Bwtor Orq heir to III Youthful I Cum dlira a b IIto- gaeduu I i prurtUi I Hemp Seed For Sale I A limited amount of strictly nice clean cultivated Hemp seed of late Importntlo for sale For and terms address BANK HUDSON Lancaster Ky Mason HoteMRS U D SIMPSON Pror I Lancaster z Kentucky Newly furnished clean bedi splendid table Every bing drat claee Pprtoi meet all trains 8- 9WOOLWIINTED I I will pay the highest mar ket price forl 50000 pounds JLr of Wool Call anti get sacks J II BOOXE Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot St Stanford Ky ryeawbs He C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call EAGLE BIRDS The winner of the 300 saddle staVe al Uulnpton also the winner of the sweep take premium at Lexington and winner of tbe second at Eagle Illrd was sired by King Eagle winner of note than 40 ties 1st Star Eagle on of CabbeUa Lexington 2nd dam by lamlet Denmark 3rd dam by Harris Denmark 4th dam son of Imp Albion Note Eagle Illrd as a show talllon or a- a breeder of highclass hones Is unsurpass ed Ills colta are In demand and are selling tor the highest prices Eagle Bird will make tbe present season at John Cooks stable the barber of Stanford at the low price of 810 to Insure a living colt Mares traded or parted wltb or bred else wbere forfeits the Insurance and money becomes due at the time of such transaction Fot further particulars call on John COOk tanford Ky WOODS BUO3 J+ + t4cG1JARY UNDERTAKES ElIBAL1tIER And Doalesr lD 3ABNESS SADDLES C Stanford Ky J La Beazley Cog Undertakers and- Embalmers LUg naaLnaIN Furniture 9fattln 8Rugs they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right t STANFORD 1 KENTUOKY DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneyBladder acheUeartDleeasebravelDropsy CURE Dont become discouraged There It I cure for yQu If necessary write Dr 1cnnet lie has spent a limo curing Just suck casosaavours consultations rice- IIO lied soverocacoofkldnoydlseasoand rheumatism discharging bloody matter Suffered Intense wife wuu seriously riftwIth femalo troubles Dr Ienncri Kidney and Backache Cure ettrcd us both F M WHEELED Itandoiph la Irurgl UBOc II Ask forCook BookFree STVITUSDANC Fur Care Circular D- rIcnacr lredonla Ny 2 IN HEHORIAM Mr U U Reynold departed thll life at the ago of 85 There are tlmes when hence would seem more expres slvo of the sorrow that Oils our hearts when oven words 01 comfort eeem to mar the eaeredness of our groat trle Yet to ba silent would bo to deprlvo one of a privilege for such Ills to speak In loving tender words a tribute to the beautiful life jut laid down Deatb I deprived of its sting the grave Ie robbed of Its victory and truly thee llmcsi moment of life This moment of Inconsolable torrow to his family and friends of Ineffable joy to him and tbe angels came In the life of dear Irand tether Reynolds on February 17 1903 when his Christian soul was born by celestial messenger to the God wbo gave U He left three surviving cbll dron J H Reynolds of the West End J C Reynolds nod Mrs W E Doolln of Nashville His last four month were spent at tho home of his daughl where ho was most carefully and tenderly nursed We hope his awakening le In the mansion of the Eternal City whose light over radiates from tho faoe of God our Father We know he is a peace and everlastingly happy In the companionship of the heavenly boste1 far above all else Grandfather wai a Christian from childhood a member 01 the Methodist church and his walkl and deeds and words of life were a ma nlQccnt Illustration of tbo religion be professed and In the fullest sense ex empllflcd the faith that was In him In his old age when death was naturally expected Its coming sad enough wo can but exclaim why so coon The echo answers that grandfather was too good too pure for the troubled palbw hero any longer and the Lord waLted him as ba bad given him In spotlell righteousness Heaven which was hie natural sphere has but claimed Itl own Fond weeping ones at home can but believe that God le too wise too good to be unkind In taklngdcargran father to himself Sie dear voice II stilled toiiuman care forever his uleful hands untlredln their striving that havo done so well all that the ambitions spirit found for them to do are folded and done with earthly tolls and tbe brave spirit II freed from Its dwelllt plato horn and has winged its fllg bt through the celestial gates Let gran ethers blessed memory be enshrlm in our hearts May wo emulate ble noble Christian example In our Iinful ibvlronment and know that we can keep ourselves unspotted for every day law him advancing In the activities of in earnest Christian life Grandfatbi ras a true friend modest courieoi aDd always a gentleman It would be dIfficult to speak In term of too Ilreal iralso of the virtues and excellences of our salnwd grandfather for he com toed In hie long life all the qualltU of perfect Christian purity and hums erfectlons be sustained to life cburc and home May the sweetness of bls nQuonce shed around him In life be hi halo of glory In Beaveo and may tbe emsmbrance of his dear kind and gentle lIfo bring sunshine and warmth to the hearts of the loved ones ho has leltl tble side to cheer them In the gloot and sadness that spring from our jrcat brow at our lose Let us strive to- live as he lived that we may die as hI died Then shall we meet where then 18 no night no sorrow no parting wbere we shall eee face to face and know even as we are known Prcolou In tho sight of the Lord is the death of- his saint to GRANDDAUOUTER PAINT LICK Mr Morgan raised the brag hemp of this section having 1100 pounds to- tbe acre Mot of our Paint Lick people went- over to Klrksvlllc Friday night to bear- tho Last Loaf A B Estrldge bought of Mr Led ford a saddle mare for 8125 Wllllat- ittrell bought of Green Hotklc a- borle for 870 Richard Gllen stuck a nail In his foot- and Is dangerously ill Mrs Hartb Scboolor Is the gu stof her daughter Mrs Jack Adams Mrs Jennie Searcy who was ru- noer by a bicycle and hurt has beeD- moved to her brothers App Golden at Berea Mrs Ada Rice who bae- been quite tick Is some better Mrs Mary Hllard and little daugh- r Margaret have returned from a vhl to her husband In Paris Louise little daughter qf Guy Rice la quite alcte MISS Allle Arnold of Lancaster l the guest of Mrs Ike Arnold at the Veranda Hotel Danger of Colds and Grip The greatest danger frbm colds and grip Is their reiulllng In pneumonia If rea lIonablo care is used however and Chamberlains Oougb Kemcdyls takenall dan- Jer will be voided Among the tens of onsands who have used this remedy for- thf80 diseases we have yet to learn of a iglecasj having resutcd in pneumonia whlcb shows conclusively that it is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease It will cure a cold or an attack of tbo trip In less time than any other treatment It Is pleasant and safe to take For sale br- Oralg sit Ilockcr J Seven persons were Injured by tbe explosion of a cannon which was being fired In celebration of a wedding at Coo i Fla Two of the Injured were so I rlouly hurt I I A Tribute To Cai t Jack Bosley There wai called to his raward from Lincoln county his home on the 2ht day of March 1003 John S Boeloy who was one of natures noblomoD strong In honesty and Integrity and while strong In conviction never olToe atvo to those who differed from blm yet never hesitating to express him self plainly when occasion required The writer knew Jack baby as ho was called by his Intimate friend long and well and feels that In his death bu haa sustained a personal loss His was no unimportant life always having at heart tbo good of bis county and State and fellow man Cbarltablo not only In his purse but to the xtent of his ability but as much so In psu Ing upon the frailties of men But Mr Boslaya strongest place in his home happily married the Lord permitted him to live long enough to see his children all grown and honored by those who know them He was for many years a member of the Christian church his church will miss him In his judgment advice aod walkHe was twice married drat to Mlu Josephine Lytle who lived only a few years two children by this marrlato now living Stuart Boslev of Texas and Mr Dr Bosloy of Danville The present Mrs Bosley Will M- Ann Lytlo a model wife and motber and sister of Judge Lytlo eo favoral remembered by Lincoln county people By this marriage there wore ohrbt children five of whom survive blm among them Prof L L Bosloy of Con ire College Ho died aged 81 This article la no Fulsome eulogy but a just tribute to tbe life and character of such a man offered by one who knew him long Ind well OLD FRIEND Danville March 26 GrIpRemedles In Great Domat When colds and grip are prevalent the ulckrst and surest remedies are In great emand Mr Joseph D Hllliams or IcDuff Va says he was cured of a very deep and laitinx attack of la grippe b icing Chamberlains Cough Remedy after ryingsevoral other preparations with no fleet For sale by Craig it Hocker STANFORD GREENHOUSE Second Crop Irish Potatoes for Slid Floral designs on short notice ned41nl and Vegetable IlanU of all kinds In lealOn hone 9rlng 3 NO CHRISTMAN Stanfor f McCormack Son Deniers in Groceries Hardware Harness Furniture and Country Produce In the Jas Frye start lustonville Also Agents for Osborn line of Implements PU BLIC SALE I If not sold prltntnly I wfH otter ter eel a public auction OD MONDAY APRIL 13th IBM CeURty Court day at 11 oclock the tollo- log tract of land In Lincoln county Ky- 1st nine acre on gala Urruk tore mU- trom Stanford adjoining tho land of John Slrldmore This tract la well timbered 2011 two tracta formerly owned by the Oeo- try estate ot IS acres each One U on U- IeAt and the other on the west of a tract ot 11 acreo ownetf Mr A M Poland Ird a- tract of 14 acre adjoining land of Mr Job n- IIrlllht Sth a tract of N acres on Ceda Creek well timbered This was a portly ot the Adams land Terms cash NANNIB VANDFVEU Executrix of U W Yandevei A Handsome Home at Auction I e Tbe desirable property of JI Phlllli corner East Main Avenue In Stanford will be sold at auction In front ot- tbe court house at 130 P it nut county court day April 13 It will flrst be offerc tn eight lots then as a whole and tbo- Il1rJer bid accepted There Is no more doable property In Stanford than this and U 1111 sold With a snlendl pooIttlY8lfbe manufacturing Industrie mlng this Inbound to prope- rrznwsOne t third cash balance In one- and two years In equal Installments Cal at Mr Phillips or on either Col J P Chandler or myself for particulars Tbl- wm be your last chance to buy one of the- most desirable pieces of In ton- I 11 D UAUOIIMAN TREASURY DEPARTMENT OrrlCI or COMPTROLLER or Till CuniiEncr Washington U 0 March 3 1003 preIlentedto that The National hank of Uus tonlIIelOClted In the town of Huitonvllle In the county of Lincoln and State of Kentucky has complied with all the provisions of tbe Act of Coogrtls to enable National Dankll1J Associations to extend their cor ate existence and for other purposes approved July ISth 1883 ow therefore I William B Rldgcly Comptroller of the Currency do hereby crtlry that The National hank of Uuslon- vllle located In the town of Huston vllle In- Countytba of Lincoln and State of Ilen- tucky Is authorized to have succession for tbe period specified In Its amended articles at issoclatlon namely until close of buslnew on March 3 1073- a testimony whereof witness my Iland- and seal of office title third davof March 1UQ3 UL WM B IrtUOELY- S917 Comptroller of the Currency SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK AT The New York store I Corsets worth 2uc at 17c Corsets worth 75c and 1 nt 37o Whalebones at Co a bunch Pearl buttons at Go a dozen I Percales nIl shades nUll ynrtl wide at Go yard I Big Line of Laces Will be sold This at YOUR OWN PRICES Wo will pay 11c n dozen for eggs or Ic MORE on tho dozen thnn any merchant in town The New York Store Noxt Door to Lincoln County National Bankt who snail nil 111 eosase e There should be but ono question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptions and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to bo had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against it When you do this wo shall expect to ficrfu you V lieu we fill your proscriptiion every Umg that en I ters into it has the exact potency tho physician desires satisfactory as our service lthiIdStanford cJ IrEyesArc constantly changinglund to guard against badly fitting Lcnsctyou should Have Them Tested At least once n your If your glasses have become scrntclf cd by frequoijt wiping dont endanger your eyesight by using tibia They should be changed as soon as you dont see as well as you used to through them 1 Craig Hocker STJtNFORDI W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of 4 WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 08OOOO I Directors J B Paxton J B Owsley S II Shanks W 0 Walker Ceo W Carter Successors to The Farmers Bank Ac Trust Companyand under same management tor 3t year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First NationalStanford Ky Bank m z Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established IU8hank Inas the then reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford and again reorganized as the First National Bark of In 1882 having had practically an uninterrupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with tacllltles for transact promptlyand well than ever log business before In Ita long career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porqtlons Solicited Spring 1903 Blue Grass Nurser Its Fruit and Ornamental TrcesOraps Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Rhubarb end I for and garden Strawberryand general catalogue on re quoit Both phones I II V H1LLENMKYEUX SON- Loxtngton Ky Stantor1I Ky t Officers s n SHANKS President C Ji B OWSLEY Cashier W M BRIGHT Asst Cubism Officers I J B ROCKER Prest f J J MoUOBEItTS Chr W H WEAKEN flkprt Directors t F Reid Danvlllo S T Harris Stanford J8 Docker Stanford W P Walton Lexington K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford S II Baugbman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II Ilauchman Stanford W P Tate Stanford R A JONES I DENTISTw Btnnford Ky IOffice over lliggina McKlnnoya StanI Telephone N 01 1