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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t w SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 3 1903 8 A M NO 10 HA Friend Writes Touchingly On The Death of Mr S V i Rowland Mr Sidney V Rowland died In Dan I vllle on Tuesday March 31 iced 72 I HU wife has bonn dead omo year li iurrlred by Meiiri William and Da1 rid F Rowland of Danville Edward llowjand of St Lout and Mr White of Danville STANFORD Kv April 2 While a man lives and wallci before bIll fellow hit life li read of them and hit example has Its dally effect upon those wbo observe him When a good roan diet the beneficent light of his life ibould be kept glowing by all meant possible It ibould be embalm cd not only In the lives of those wbo have known him but ibould through them be transmitted to others On Tuesday last tbore died In Danville a I man of such excellence of character of i lucb exalted worth that I deem It due to the younger manhood of this com munlty to call attention to his wl1Ipolled and incccfiful life that they may emulate his virtues and receive such rich rewards that have alreadv beeu his heritage and greater oaei that owaU him- Sidney V Rowland was a noble type of blebminded perfectly polled South ern gentleman till political convic Lion were potltlve and never offended those who opposehim Hpwas a Ire byterlan of the strictest sect yet ho was more than tolerant of those wbo differed with him Hd broad sympathies and generous impulse were a a benediction to those wbo came with In the sphere of this Influence When the writer flnt came to know him soon after tho war bo was a merchant In Danville A merchant of the old school I fits stock of goods was an staple at hit own character Flamboyant advert lag and mendacious Jockeylncr bad no part In his business nor tho n of his clan In tbo flood old lows Sordid gain for galna take bad no attraction for him llli business qf forts bad for their object a modest CDraoelcnev and the proper care of his family Ho lived and lived well and truly nil three scorn and ten year Ho blessed others and showers of bless Inn wore his do has gono to yet greater rewards but leave to his lam fly the prlcelen berltapn of an honored name and to the young men of bit State splendid example of noble ehrUtUn manhood A FRIEND CRAB ORCHARD Calvin Wnludled tuddcnlr last Sunday Y Mn Sam Tatem will hive her milli nery opening Saturday Mr Kittle King will biro her mll linery opening April 10 and 11 D W Bdmliton has moved his stock of goodi from town to his store near tho depotLlnle Frank Dolman wants his t friends to remember him In his laundry business Mr and Mn D W Bdmliten are vliltlnr their grandparent Dr and Mrs Doorei Dr Heart Iottui J O Campbell and Robert Kdmiton have each moved during the past week l Rev J D Jones of Georgetown will preach at the Baptist church Saturday evening and Sunday morning Mr S J Tatem will have her roll opening of Spring and Summer tomorroware cordially Invited to W1U Guest representing the Ar buckle Co WM here visiting home Perkins It at home for a MlejAnnaTuesday Mn James Day ofTaaowell Teen are vliltloff Mrs J T Cbadwlok Miss ChrUtloe 1 BrooangbU Hi Friend of Mr Hen- ryL Farris of Chicago are sorry to hew f of hli bereavement and extend tympa thy DOCTORS The t bfiico has a phy dlclani typewhcel Sco ad The duel in the dark was a favor ite with duelists Two men were locked in a dark room and crawled stealthily from comer to corner until tome false step made one ol targetfor blade Life Is a duel In the dark with disease One false one mistake t and the attack comes swift and sudden The mistake which commonly the way for an attack br disease U neglect of symptoms of stomach trouble When followed undue full l oeM belchlngs sour or bitter etc disease u attacking the stoma The best way to frustrate such an at tack is to we Dr Pierce Golden Med ical Discovery It curd diseases of the stomach other organs of digestion and nutrition and makes the body strong and healthy uflerlnz very much with my held and tomlS writes 111 W Co GUI of Weldon Shelby Cu AlL head wu a dizzy when I would take up In bcd would fall rtrbt back Could cat but tilde la fact scarcely toy Iblnr there teemed notm heavy welKht toy 1I0lllach 10 I could I to belch often and would vomit up nearly arcrything 1 ate I was in a bed condition I took four bOt tin of Dr Plerees Golden Medical plMovcty glow well or and hearty I feel Preicrlptlon like a new woman medicines credit for It allw withoutanyDr tierces Adviser Is sent free on of stamps to pay expense mailing only st onecent stamps for the paper covered book or 31 stampi for the bbund- yti Address Ur R V Pierce Buffalo N y r t KINGSVILLE I Mesdames Baker and Thompson are both In tbo clttei purchasing Spring millinery The openings will tako place within the next few day Tho sawmill of Dodgei Campbell has suspended work this week Mr Evans le In Cincinnati to purchae a now boll ereMr Campbell II pending tbo week at his home In Lexington Mr G A Walter read tbo Kings vllle letter In the I J and bo le ro pairing the sidewalks In his part of town Let other Imitate Mr Walter Such dilapidated sidewalks are dllIgraceful A certain Lexington gentleman who ipend a portion of his time hero says thtt le quite the noisiest town ho has over truck 10 many Jo vial youth and go many busy engines But juit wall my dear sir till wo get our new round house which the O S has promised UP The taddeit death which has occurred here lately was that of Tlendenmn Rou ten TIll death was caused frrm heart trouble and occurred at about 3 Run day The remain wflro Interred nttpr funeral rrvlcc bv Rav M A Middle ton Monday afternoon and notwithstanding the the lnpl mcntd r nn Im menso crowd was prrennt Mr Hnu ten was a gnat man and hud not on n rmv ills hmrlhroWn wtfa is Ift- with night children the youngest but little over a week od Mr and Mm T R T vIOl rnvn the rhldrpn Kfitndv rmllnp n few ave nlni7 dnra MU EOlo R Carne goes to Lexlnftnn to day to resume her sew ing Mtn Lulu TTIcIc has apcnpted the hnitlnn a tnanhr of the chnn here this year She U an ccflpllpnt woman snd n good teacher Master tlkp Mo Carty 1s quite III Mrs Emllv hutch and pppitr children of McKlnnp came down Tuesday to visit frUnd anti relatives here Mrs Aggie Wllllrr went to Enhanks Tuesday black tVlI llama mntlnni HI with malarial fever Mr EIn Uljrn T visited her mother at MofClnnev Thursday MM Dora Rlirn ir returned from n pleasant y1 to McKlnnov Saturday Mm Tab OlIn of McKinney was the guest of her daughter Mrl Rlenev lait week MU FItmoer of Shelby CIty was tbo the repent guest of the Misses Ilortnn SU Mary HnrUin accompanied by Master John Wllllim Dloccn came up from Somerset Saturday to visit her homefnlk Manfred Chevolette of the O S came home for a brief visit Mon div Mrs Ella Reynolds Wit taken suddenly III Sunday at the home of her motherinlaw but somewhat better and ablo to he removed to her homo IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES George Crutcher died suddenly at Qarrodiburg Tbo Florida special over tho Queen h Crescent has been taken off- S L Qaitln has bought tbo Star Coal Mloei at East Oernitadt- Mn Josle Simbrook widow of LivingstonGecrgo from n freight nt Loretto and was kill- rd James Spark has lucoeedcd W n HorFrank hedge of Lily was ibofand killed near the FUt Lick depot by George Maine Col Jack Cblnn assailed Theodor- Ballam nt Cincinnati because ho thought tbo Utter started the itory that be shot Uoebel In the police court at Lancaster John Donate a wblto man was fined 150 and sentenced to 10 day In jail for lolling whisky Ho fs to be tried on six other charges Dr W H Lawwell died at his borne near Shelby CIt after an illness ollov eral week aired 76 Ho was a floe old gentleman and many friend furrow at his death GOT Bockbam appointed Judge Chas C Fox of Danville special Judge of the Pulaikl circuit court In a of civil case Judge Morrow being to- ill to preside George Rblneheart who was hel over to tbo Casey circuit court having confessed to breaking Into six stores In Liberty broke jail by cutting the ban over the jail window Miss Bello Hughes has closed millinery business In this city and will go toBurgln where the will conduct the millinery department for Mr J P Miller Danville Newi Danger of Colds and Grip The greatest danger from cold and grip la their resulting In pneumonia If rea sonable care ie used however and Cham berlain Cough Remedy takenall dan ger will be avoided Among the tens of thousand who have used this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single cast having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that it Is a eel 1Irvin preventive of that dangerous disease It will cure a cold or an attack of the grit in less time than any other treatment It la pleasant and sate to take For sale b f Oralg Hocker a NEWS NOTES 1 iYOUng Corbctt knocked out Terry I 11PrancllOO Itcauledpresiding elder of the Methodist church li dead at Lexington A widow In New York committed suicide presumably because she had lost 00000 In the stock market The Wabash railroad has paid 1950 000 for an entire block In Si Louis on which It will build a new freight depot North MIddletown In Bourbon count ty was visited by a Ore which destroyed the church stores and residences Lots 125000 Insurance 15000 Wllllsm Argo shot and badly wounded Mlsi Ellen Darker at Ironton 0 She returned the ere wounding him In toe leg They bad formerly been sweethearts As tbo result of what was Intended for a joke four men wore frightfully burned and disfigured by tbo explosion of a20pound keg of gun powder near Oakfleld N Y fl Patterson a divorced ranchman visited hie former wife at BayBeld Col and while his ilxyearold daughter wai in his lop shot and killed the child and committed suicide As tbo result of a Sunday drunkFor rest McCord a barber of Bourovlllc O cut the throat of Miss Charily Starts his sweetheart from ear to ear and then killed himself In a similar mannerFive prisoners In the Lyon county jail at Eddyvlllo overpowered Jailer Kevel bound him band and toot and made tbelr escape A colored prisoner released tbo japer an hour after the men bad tied Gov Beckbam has fixed Friday May 15 as doom day for John Black color ed for the murder of bis uncle at Louis yule On the same day William Mc Carty is to hang at Lexington for the murder of his wife In circuit court at Hopklnsvllle John Woodruff and Francis Drake were con victed of comollclty In the murder of Deputy Sheriff Coffey In October 1001 the jury returning a verdict of life Im prisonment The same jury acquitted Jim Will Anderson of the same charge Judge Murphy of Buffalo Issued a statement at tbo conclusion of the Bur dick inquest practically charging Ar thur R Penncll with the murder of Ed win It Burdlck He declared Peonell bad a stronger motive than anyone else for putting Burdlck outof the way Juolui B Clay a ion of the non Canlui M Clay Jr was accidentally shot and killed by his wife while they were engaged In target practice at Paris The shooting was dODo with a shotgun The charge severed the jug ular vein and then entered the left lung President Roosevelt by a general or der has materially shortened the terms of over 100 Federal prisoners transfer red from State prison to the Atlanta penitentiary The prisoners would bave lost the good time to which they i would have been entitled bad they re mained at the various State prisons LIBERTY Ad Thomas was visiting atDunnvilie Sheriff Elliott le the happiest man girleG R Wilkinson Co bought 81600 worth of huge of J H Smith The high water first of the week pre vented much ingress or egrets here consequently much grumbling about the necessity of bridge George Rblneheart who escape from jail Monday night was captured at Hustonvllle by Marshal Lair and returned to his cell to await circuit court 1 which convene next week W C Adams has gone to Moaticell- to ongigoMn business We are lorry to lose Clay but our belt wishes go with film Tyler Jasper and Wolfe Dye of Mlntonvllle were here last laow representingd 5a Mr Robert Rowe of Dallas Texas II visiting bll sister Mn Clay Adams Dr I S Wesley was at Mlddleburg Tuesday professionally Prof I S Flanlgan of Bethel Ridge will likely- r teach the common school hero Mr Flanlgan lea most excellent teacher atvery I Robbed The Grave A startling incident Is narrated b John Oliver of Philadelphia as follow I was in an awful condition My akin was almost yellow eyes oaken tongue coated pain continually In back and sides no appetite growing weaker day byvday Three physicians had given me up Then 1 was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement I contin ued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one bould tall to try them Only 50 cents guaranteed all drug storesj HUSTONVILLE I Creed Arnold dbrldo of Perry MlllsandIwife i at top notch pricesAbe Newton of the Hotel Vendome II in Somerset pushing forward tbo work on his new hotel there II you want to see the Apollo of the equine family visit our horse show on Saturday April 11 Weve got em i F M lowed has returned from a i protracted prospecting tour through the West but failed to find the place he llk d better than his old Kentucky home Mr Glllock of Liberty Is opening i and uptodate tonsorial parlor here next door to McCormack S Sons groc i ery house rUe Lotta Johnson of Danville Is visiting Miss Mary Carpenter Mn j W C Greening Is visiting friends and relatives In Uarrard R S Tucker and i family leavo next week for Oklahoma i It Is not generally known that the manager of our telephone exchange toI an export electrician but such le tbej case Should you want any repairs or i instructions upon any kind of comply i cated electrical devices call up Dot Through tbo consular representative of the Ameer of Afghanistan we are Informed that his Lordship has actually divorced all his wives before they bad been given an opportunity to so lecl their Easter hats from the large and varied stocks exhibited bv the Chas Wheeler Emporium and Myers A PhillipsJ Co begun this week tbo moving of their big stave plant from Merrlmae to the Bradford S Garten timber just east of Bradford vllle If the weather does not prevent they expect to be ready In 10 days to raise steam This plant has a capacity of 10000 finished staves per day and will employ 25 men Judge J O Hernpblll of Lancaster visited our city for the purpose of meet log with the board of directors of the Braver Creek Oil L Gas Co of which board bo tl a member Drilling on tbelr No 4 well Is progressing finely and by the last of next week should no accldect occur they expect to make the best strike yet made on their property from the fact that In drilling three wells that are now pumping they have learned the direction of the dip of the sand and a 100barrel well at least la confidently expected James Frye bought 215 fat begs In In the last few days and shipped two cars to Cincinnati He Bold W W Lv on 30 stopk bogs at 61 and J L Beck 15 pigs at 6c Doc Dryo Co sold nine Southern horses to Joe Jordan at from 165 to 150 LyonHunn shipped a car of 25 high class Southern horses to Atlanta to fill out their orders In that locality Our horse sales for the past weok will toot up over 43 Scarcely a day passes ibat we do not have buyers and Its a taro cato that they fall to find the grade wanted and the price right OTTENHEIIVI- Wheat r looks splendid In this locality Dick Collier tells us that he has on tone knee high Emit Henson will celebrate his silver wedding Sunday Eld J G Livingston preached at Pine Grove Sunday James Grlflln is rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy ElijahCarter ItoodIThere will be three girls confirmed SundayI Fred Pike was burled Tuesday at this place Garland James who has been 111 with grip has taken a relapse and Is In bed again CIfathers residence with 26 pupil en rolled- I John Wentzel with overall on re sembleg a carpenter more than be does a merchant as he Is pulling down isle old garden fence and repairing It with new ono The Harris Nickel Plato circus gave one of Its entertaining exhibitions In Northa LIon of animals was Interesting and the program that was rendered was one at traction after another The riding ac tbelever certainly earned its reputation and a return date at any time will assure them a good attendance The Demo nextYMrs Katherine Wilson wife of L C Wilson postmaster at Olive Hill Is dead from arsenic poisoning said to have been administered by Mrs Marie Ferguson under the guise of headache medicine Her supposed motive was revenge because Mrs Wilson bad ordered her from the house Judge R J Breckinrldge has made the following speaking appointments Saturday April 4 Carlisle Monday 6 Paris Tuesday 7 Falmouth Wednes day 8 Covloeton Thursday 0 Bus llngton Friday 10 Wllllarastown Sat urday 11 Georgetown I DOUGLAS SHOES l Are the best shoes for the money 300 and 350I- N AMERICA Our Spring Stock is in the house awaiting your inpection IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied T o mILLER Danville KU I WANT YOUR TINWORKITHE DISTANCE MAKES NO DIFFERENCE WE WORK ANY AND EVEYWHEREIi PRICES ARE RIGHT- MATERIALS THE BEST We pay telephone message If we receive contract PHONE 49 J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky GARDEN SEEDSIl We have nnllMMENSE stock of garden seeds j both in bulk and package We have tr Burpees and Ferrys i in bulK and Ferrys in pacltage Sweet Peas Nasturtian 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 eecond crop HigginsMKinneySTANFORD t YCJurEyes 1 Are constantly changing and to guard against badlytfitting Lenses you should Have Them TestedAt least once a year If your glasses have become scratched by frequent wiping dont endanger your eye sight by using them They should be changedas soon as you dont see as well as you used to i through them Craig Hocker STJiNFORDI MENS SHOES 350 buys a pair Eclipse Shoes We have a full stock of the new Spring styles made from Pat Colt Vici Kangaroo and Box Calf just in In buying shoes you want style fit and wear These goods have all Every pair warranted Noftrouble to show so call and see our stock W E PERKINS STANFORD GREENHOUSE Second Crop Irish Potatoes for Slid Floral desIgns on short notice Bedding seasonNPhone s 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford I Crab 1KyR A JONES IDENTIST StanfordKy iIomcl over Higgins McKlnnejs StoreI Telephone No tit- t t t d t f r 1 I iTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HENRY M BOSWORTH 1 a cartdUitc for Slate Treasurer sutject to the prl mary ttetiton May t 190 anJ solicits the suppo ofIall democrats J F HOLDAM Is a cm Jliite for the DemecraUe nomination for Or cult ark of Lincoln county subject to the actto of the party M F NORTH Ise wniKUte for the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the c non of the perry J M ALVERSON- Is a candidate for the Democratic rxxainatton for Rer reuntatlve of Lincoln County subject to IbectloRoI tie party Democratic Ticket r 7 hFor Railroad Commissioner 7 C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C 8AUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR C PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT will carry two secretaries one doctor three Ite nograpbcrs three messengers two Ie cret service men one poet naturalfs repreeentatlvee of three Illustrated paper representatives of three press as tocUtlooa oDQofftclal tenograohor and two telegraph operators and will make t 200 speeches on his Western trip For the purpose of recreation this world seem rather a strenuous outfit EDITOR CAMPBELLS reference In the Somerset Journal to Judge R J I Breck Inrid co la both ucklnd and ui called for It seems to us The judge Is a splendid gentleman and has done nothing to juetlfy such epithets as Mr Campbell sees fit to apply to him Our f 1for friend should not let biB zeal Gov Beckham get the better of his judgment and mast him resort to such mud slinging CAPT JOUN RUSSELL who was appointed Collector of Customs at Natchez Mite la a onearmed Confederate veteran and a democrat L J Win- ton I who resigned the office Is a cot ored attorney Seems to us ao ex Con federate and a democrat besides Is In mighty poor business accepting oilier from Teddy who hates the South ai bad as the devil does holywater GRAND Old Gen William B Jack son widely known as a gallant Confederate soldier and tho master of Bellef Meade etock farm died at his homeI near Nashville During the Civil War he was one of the foremoit cavalry 1leader on the Southern side As masI ter Belle Meade be developed many famous race homes Be was 63 Sears I ofdDURING their visit In St Louis to at tend the dedication of the Worlds Fall President Roosevelt and exPreeldent Cleveland will sleep and eat at the same bouse President D R Francis of the Worlds Fair Company hoe made arrangements to entertain bothI fthePresident and the exPresident at homeISENATOR MCCREARV has appointed Mr Clarence E Woods of Richmond y his assistant secretary This Is anI honor most worthily bestowed MrI I Woods has been an ardent supporter ofI the Senator for many years and we are indeed glad to see him rewarded t EUROPEAN immigrants are arriving 1atthe rate of 75000 per month ThisI t is at tbe rate of 009000 per year butI r + this Is a great country and can readily assimilate them if they are of tbe right trlpeCI I 1POLITICALHon John K Hendrlck and Judge RC J Brecklnrldge spoke to a large crowd in Louisville Wednesday night The president has selected Wayne MaoVeagh to represent tbe United States before The Segue tribunal Immediately after Negro Crum took charge of the Charleston custom house the of Customs tender ed his reslltnaUonIA dispatch from Fraok3qrAga that Col W J Wilmore of efiamlne III being much talked of as a republican candidate for governor Editor Walton of the Lexington Democrat has been appointed a dele gate to the National Conference ofI Charities to be held at Atlanta Maya a to 12 The announcement has been made byI war department that Gen Wood Iwillnot become governor of the Phil as a successor to Gov Tafteven r lit 1shouldthe latter illness cause him to The Sinking Fund Commission at 1 Frankfort burned 1400000 worth of re deemed State bonds The States bond ed debt Is now only 843000 and this amount may be wiped out wilfala tho next few days- oenator tif James B McCreltfy nominat iedfor midshipman at Annapolis Wells Logan son of Emmett G Logan of Louisville This Is tbe first appointment that has been made bv a Kentucky under the new law faregulatlne such appointments t t I LANCASTER The farmers aro busy and much b is being delivered The Fiscal court Is receiving bids to put metal on the turnpikes Garrard has good roads and our 1111 keep them up to tbe present staDdard of excellence Several parties who aro tboroughly conversant with the proceedings at the Danville district convention auert boldly that if tbe facts are all properly presented to the State committee Judge M C Saufley and J S Owsle will be declared the nominees The democratic county committee will meet soon to appoint olllcera to bold tbe State primary on May 0 Sev oral good democrats have offered their services free of charge All who are willing to do likewise are requested to notify some member of tho commltt The following gentlemen have b- duly elected members of the democrat to county committee to servo In place of commliieeracn who moved from the oreolnctt Henry Patterson In precinct No 2 East Park W S Carrier in pre cloct No 4 West Bryantsvllle and R L Burton in precinct No 6 Duckeye Deputy Sheriff C A Robinson with Jerry Higgins and Bruce Lawson BI guards took tbe following prisoners to- tbo Frankfort penitentiary Jack Jobn- 80n two years for Buck urnsldo one year for malicious citing Pearce Carpenter one year for hog and Charles Smith ave years for housebreaking On Tuesday night members of the Law and Order League raided Battle Row and arrested two white women who were quartered in a house of bad repute Thev were taken to and brought before Judge Ford Wednetd charged with disorderly and dlssolu conduct The trial was set for Thur day They are stranger hero and IrO by tbe names Iionsetta Welsenbe and Violet McClure City Marshal Rotbwell Deputy West City Attorney Swlnebroad and the Law and Order League have fort ed a formidable combine against law leesness of every kind and they are making the way of the transgressor e ceedlngly rugged They have worki up a number ol cases against partlel for tbe Illicit sale of whisky amen them five against John Dennis who II being tried In several cases resulllc In a verdict for 150 One and 10 days In jail In one case a hung jury In case number two which was tried by another jury resulting in an acquittal Be was also acquitted In two other case Other cases against him and sever igalnst colored men and women are to be heard It would be difficult to get a drink under conditions Mi CV B Meson presided as special judge with considerable dignity Hon H B fomllnson W I Williams and J M toihwoll assisted the city attorney In the prosecution and L L Walker appeared for defense- ADDITIONAL LOCALS FLOUR and ehlpatuff at wholesale prices at Carson sir Pences Have to have the room for our spring line of vehicles of every description LAWYERS Your illegible handwrite Ing would no longer annoy your client anO tbe court If you had a Chicago You can afford It too See ad TilE meetingat the Methodist churcl losed last night The number of con ersions Is not large but the cburcl enerally has been greatly awakened ON April 4th we will display an attractive assortment of pattern hate and a complete line of millinery goods You- are Invited to Inspect our stock Mlses traub MRS SALLIE FRAZIER who died at lohmood tbe other day was a daugh rot the late Hiram Dudderar of this county and a sister of Mrs D A Twad die of Corbin THE home of Mr J M Phillips on Ealt Main Street will be sold at auc on county court day This Is a splendid piece of property and It should ell- for a good sum BEAR In mind that Mesdames Lead Murphy will have their millinery opening in tbe Elmore storeroom tomorrow Saturday Ladles are cordially invited to call TilE Harry show Is a one ring cir s The performance is quite lengtby d equals that of any other circus out- tbls season The Signal Mlddletown At Stanford next Monday 6th UREB Bio IONS Danville Opera House April 1st Merchant of- Venice April 7th John Temple Graves April 13th Ralph Blngham WrheE W Lillard for reserved seats 750 It FROM the number of millinery adver them nts we print this Issue one will readily conclude that competition In- tbat lino of business will be warm this 8eaeon All of the milliners have per fe UlyMovely stocks and you should not miss seeing any of them A disordered stomach nay cause no- end of trouble When the stomach falls to perform its functions the bowels be- coml deranged the liver and kidneys congested causing numerous diseases tho most fatal of which are painless and tbcrcloro the more to be dreaded The Important thing is to restore the stomach and liver to a healthy condition and fat- thll purpose no better preparation can bo- uscd than Chamberlains Stomach and- LIver Tablets For tale by Craig A lIocker Vllllam Pickens a negro of Little- Rocle Ark won the Ten Eyck oratorl cal prize at Yale Two hundred miners employed In- mlDes near Jelllco went on a strike Six men were killed in a mine explosion In Mexico LAND STdCKCROPS ETC JW G Napier sold to R L Gose 27 hogs at 6Jo- lealah White Sons have 50 stock hogs for tale IA New YoJk man paid 4000 for a aloc weeke old calf J S Murphy sold to R L Goso aI pair of mules for 1210 JT Carson bought of Ben Wool dridge a horse for 75 J M Cress sold to Prlco Bros of Garrard 16 hogs at Ole John F Cash bought of Isaac Mc Cowan a bunch of hogs at 6o O P Huffman bought In Marlon 32I 1000pound steers at 4 to 4 40 John Murphy refused 8330 for bls big pall of mules the other day Mark Hardln and Charles Lutos bought of Stlgall a mare for 115 J T Martin sold to J W Peak 21 acres of land near Turnersvlllo for fSOO J H Thompson sold to W M Lair of Garrard the Gorgo King jack for 300Sterling McKinney by McKlnne 2111 changed hands for 5000 at Riot mood Ind- O G McCauley bought tho MoCat ley farm of 200 acres near Harrod burg at 875 The great race horse McCbesne1 ran 10th In tbo Memphis Handicap He was an oddson favorite Read in another column the descrlp Lion and pedigree of W M Dodd splendid harness stallion G allot H e will make the present season at Mr Dodds stable near Hustonvile at tbo low price of 110 to Insure a living coi t THIS AND THAT J W Christian brother of J K Christian the turkey man is dead it FayetteFrank Kldd a widower of 32 at d Miss Maggie Oake 10 were married at J F Oaks Wednesday The Edmonson county grand jury Indicted the Rev G W Self a minister For selling liquor at retail without 11 ense The jury In the case of James W 3ess charged with tbe murder of Mrs tlariba McQulnn Martin returned a rerdlct of death at Lexington Announcement Is mado at Washing on that on May 1 3000000 worth of blllpplne gold certificates In coupon orm will be Issued The certificates are of 1000 denomination and bear Interest at tbe rate of 4 pet cent payable quarterly They are redeemable in States gold coin ono year from date of Issue Tbe a for Jim Howard have oilQed Commonwealths Attorney Franklin that they will otTer In the ranklln circuit court a motion for a hangs of venue to omo adjacentcoun tv other than Scott county They bate alo demanded that they be furnished a transcripT of the evidence of Henry EI outeey before the grand jury A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester tad new what to do in tbe hour of nettlI me wife had such an unusual ClUe of stomach and liver trouble physicians CQuld not help her lie thought of andI tried Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills and she got reliefat once and was finally cured Only 25c at all Drug Stores Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Bargains Fresh line of Groceries and Cake Etc Just received Highest market prien for Butter Egg Ac Give him a call- DIg line of Goods Notions Oenti Fur DlsblDg Goods Etc just added to my stock MILLINERY NOTICE MM Lang and Miss Illgelni of Orb Orcbard have just returned from tbo cltv- with a select stock of SPRING and SUMMER MILLINERY and the latest styles In drett maklDg They will be glad to have tbe- ladle call and examine their stock You can oflbrd to buy the machine It costs only 35 It will give your cor respondence a busi n e s s appearance Elastic touch high speed construction simple and durable standard keyboard The Chicago sells itself Let Us send you one on trial Write- Lexington Bicycle Works State Agents THE GRAND LEADER A Wo have just received sorts Fine Shoes for men All toes and widths carried in stock This is the finest MSO and tt1 shoo rondo Try one and you will wear n i other A dressy patent tenth er kid made front Hoot ers selected stag Cros sftfs shoes will cost you 400 Tho line Krichhaum Suits we have in stock are strictly hand made and fit to perfection Try a suit In nit materials mid styles Prices 5 to 20 PKICK lSuraCDuLDent1lt Stanford Ky nlargoshlpmontofCros UOO dozen liens Shirts special 1 Roods for 18 cents nil sizes Our large stock of Dress Goods White Goods Dontos tics Ladies Corsets Carpets anti Mattings aro nil in nnd it will pay you to look it over before The Grand LeaderM B Levy tit Co Pron S D Uvy Mgr i lm UeKotwm Drug Store In tae 017Dul- ldlnGALTON 12910 Sired by Oarabetu Wilkes J19U First dean Daisy Field rranddamof Attt Milken 9 17 Alletta S 1I H br Enflold slre six In 390 and the dams of CO In StM r better Second dam Kentucky Print Jr sire of J Q 2 ITJ11emoDade2tn1 aDd the darns of 13 In the list Third dam by Old Joe sire of the dam of J Q 2714 Oambetta Wllke Is the greatest llvln sire of ids age He bas lit with record from 330 to 305 having put IT new one In the list In 1MJ leading alt of the Rren sires Ills sons and daughters have UI In the list Gallon will not be a Court day exbtbltloi horse but will be at my stable for sortie miles West of lluitoavtlle at 110 to incur live colt I have several of bis colts from two to touryears old that cant be excelle by any one stallion for size form style aDd action Pee thembefore placing voar mam If a taare is traded after breeding money Is duo Good grass at 93 month alter 1st of May Phone In residence- S M DODD Ilustonvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE told my farm H1 miles east of Mi reland known at the J M Carter Sr farm and being desirous of going West I will on WEDNESDAY APRIL 15th 1001 on the premises sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following de properlyiTwoftveartold good family horse 6 years old 1 good 2 year old horse mule 4 extra good milk cows 4 1 and 1yearold heifer good stock 1 3jear er calves 1 two horse wagon nesr ly new a buggy and harness 1 twine binder mowing machine plows harrows and other farming Implements too numerous to men trOD Complete set of blacksmith tools 50 barrels of corn bacon from a hogs boue hold and kitchen furnlibre all nearly new having only been used about ayear consist lag of a parlor suite I nice bed room let odd bed sleads bureaus odd chairs rook lag stove all sorts of chinaware washing end churning machines In fact everything a successfcl farmer and hou o keeper needs Terms made known on day of sale DENJ S OJfMRIDOFMoreland Ky ANTECARLO 226 12 Made over Versailles track In win ning race Sired Antro 31 X that sold for 850 too at public ele 1st dam Mary Ann by lallslorm 813 sun of Mambrlno Pntchcn Theee two crosics The Abbot t03y4 champion trotting gelding of the world 2nd dam by Independence son of indrew Jackson Independence dam by American star The American Star and Andrew Jackson blood Is responsible for ro9ceus 2OJJ the champion trotting tai lion of tbe world YOU seo two op crosses are responsible for the fastest jtcldln two next crosses are responsible Ior till fastest stallion Then you see he Is better bred than either of them far ho bathe blood of boln- Antecnrlo Is a olld brown horse ISJ lands high weighing 1170 pounds Sue Ijle and elloD One of tho best posted men on trotting horses writes of him as follows In regard to the stallion AnlKarlo 116 11 you ought ol T M t Riley I will say I worked him about QC Jays In i 91 anj I conslJer him one of the fastest filers I ever drove or In other words about as test 1 I ever saw I have seen him trot a 104 gait timed ty a prospective buyer Then never Will a lln while hi was In my chars that he coulJ not step a quarter ijiijtocart does not need any extra 01 any kind 10 AlcALliSTLR- He will make the present season at our anle barn at 815 to Insure a living colt Standard Will also stand thus wellknown horse lie Is too wuli known to need comment At Ii sire of class business horses he has lever been surpassed Will stand at20tonsnro colt Mares parted with after being red to these horses Insurance nonoy becomes dun Lien retained on colts intll season Is paid E II DULlY k Co 1 OxtanllastPatent Kid tow now anti dressy 400 SETTfig Ot 11 FOR 6CNTLCMCN n 5p Furnishings purchasing PENCE AND oplNAME AND PRICE ON VRYPR THE CROSSETT SHOES ONtcr rUJ tMCSrntT PUlM WllttJlNOiaiW6 Ml rUT ONt 4MOKIO UXK TO lIT CUUTY ANt STYLE YOU OND AUTHlit IN THE a CROSSETT SHOEtMAGI SRO stTrLEvti5 SITa ItthMt CLEAN UPI AND DUYVofllSFLF SOME PINKXUW Furtiture Carpetsji CHina and Japanese Mattings Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames Cllc Wo are In a position to save you mom y anti ready to convince you of the farts Our lines oin i bract some of the host things in the market Call and BOO u- iWITHERS I FURNITURE COMPANY I LAMP 4t SALE Beginning March 2dHwe will close out our line of fine Parlor and Library Lamps at COST for CASH Now is yourJochance to buy a nice lamp ata wholesale pricetCEO H HARRIS A CO Stanford Ky ALL Sorts of pretty jewelry is the vogue Many novelties have been idclctl Come in said see tho lot est in JcwelryWatchos Clocks and Silverware Absolutely no misrepre JIsentation weH MUELLER Stanfordf The Us Wheeler Epoiumj l HUSTONVILLE KY Will display a Superb Line of New Spring Millinery on April 9tii and 10th t This will be our greatest effort in tho correct uptodato Pa isian Styles Ladies nnd Misses Trimmed Hats at 50c 76c and 1 that cannot be duplicated at that price in Central Kentucky This is no fake Another specialty is our 350 lino which will equal any 5 lInt shown elsewhere Our Spring stock is now complete in every dejlart ment If you want a Suit bargain for n child youth young or old man come and sea inc A full line oi Embroideries Supplies Coronation Ml Mellic and all other shades in Braids A beautiful and attractive line of Ladies Skirts Etc We cordially invite your inspection + I I 1y 1 I Danville Ky weaaa seseI I a r A Very Special Sale aeaeeasre IYo will place on sale Saturday April Uhun im asCorluninmsRosebuds Forgetmenots Daisies Apple Blossoms Fo linger etc at prices less than half that they have ever beet sold Wo Lioini prico t opportunityMilliners as they can save money over any wholesale prices that will bo quoted thou Ladies Hats Now on display at all prices Koadytowcar Hats from 1 to 8f0 Trimmed nail Pattern Hats in all colors and unJities for both and Summer wear from J50 fratodato Milliners in Now York City They and rethelower pricesWPhipps Atchinsons or1t1ronownotl Walking tints are the embodiment of style and good taste You always fuel comfortable nnc1la Wolf dressed when wearing Phipps C Atchinson They range groin 850 to 1- 5TailoredI Suits Wo have now undoubtedly the handsomest lino of high grade tailored suits ever shown in Central Kentucky We have patronized only the very best Now York tailorsI anti our styles can not be had elsewhere in this section Wo are showing great many styles but have brought only Iufew of each style so that there will bo no danger that V will got commontWo have excellent all wool Venetian suits as low as 11 but our strong line is from 20 to 15 I t Separate SkirtsCMore than 50 different styles of trimming shown Voiles London Twines Etamines Mohairs Cheviots etc 1 ojthcr plain or trimmed from S5 to 25 You cannot with justice to yourself buy without seeing this line Lace CurtainsJI We can save you enough on n fond Curtains alone t repay you for coming to trade withus Our line is all new and consists of more than 75 designs of Lace and Muslin Curtains at every prices from 1 pair up to 1250 We buy these at the very lowest possible price and soil them close Selling the quantity that wo do enables us to renew our stock frequently and keep right up with all the now ideas OJB they arc produced t Specialsi pinkIi Taffeta ribbons in all colors and black Remnants of the I very finest qualities of pure Irish Linens now in great d mand for shirt waists at 40c 50c cold GOo yard The rcg- I lar prices of those when cut front the pieces are Go 75 OOc I I 1 t tlBA Blq 4 Danville Ky ai THE INTERIOR JOURNALS STANFORD KY AMU 3 10031 I u In Oiling your prescriptions we UBO thoexaatproportloos not do batter If yon paid us double tbo price which Is always reasonable Pen crs Drug Store rPERSONALS MR W P TATK li quite eltr Mnj n BUSH of Richmond tI horn JIM BRADY Is wrestling with the mumps W W WiTiiBRS Is bare from Cin cinnati REV 0 II POWBLLvent ColaIMR G It WILKINSON of Liberty was In town Tueedav CEo D FLORENCE Is at home fro Georgetown College MR AND MllS A C UoiilNSON wont to LouUville Wednesday MtteSKS HAllVEY HELM and Joe T Embry are In Casey county fishing MRS EATON returned Tuesday from ft lengthy stop at Jamestown N V KD WlLKERSON has moved his faml ly flMRp daysMRS1 JuncIa to friends In Jessa mine county REV C E POWELL arrived from Birmingham Wednesday to make Stan lord his home THERE are three cases of whooping cough and two of measles In Mr W A Carsons family Cot W G WELCU has moved 1ft bis bandiotue new quarter over Sev eranco it Saaa store MRS W J EDMISTON and Mlas Mol lie Brooks of Crab Orchard were with iends here yesterday MR WU TAMMB SR who has been yleltlag his 10D In the Weat End bas turned to bis home In Bourbon MESDAMES WOODS WALKER and IpentWcdoedayMiss MAMIE PRYE of Huetoovllle was here Tueiday returning from protracted and pleasant visit to friends Miss SUE VONBR asks us to state that she will be ready to do sowing week She Is greatly Improved ENEWSluarrivedB Crouch WIllIamguests of Mrs Adella Wood hero returned home MRS W P TATE returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs C H Fatne In Boston Wednesday Mrs Paine accompanied her home f theWeltworerJ C SlLER of Garrard has located agohe111 In c dDanesday to the Hospital College of Med dotalnedbere theChrlulan asifamily is the cause orNehontion of Mr E T Carters cottage on thoCbamplon wifeCaptand C W Wood all of 0rol peered through Wednesday to at the funeral of Mr S V Rowland at Danville MissCallennext week for Yates Centre Kansas to reside They have tho best wishes adjolnlo5r HarrlmaDTWedDelday wilaMRS A A WARREN and Miss Vlr glnla Warren left yesterday for Mid Alsrllotlt1ted Miss Warren and will be her guest for I a few days ttLOCALSCiRClS Monday NOTICE the Chicago FRESH nab today TWhlla a TilE INTERIOR I RNAt uses Chicago II + r SMALL glazed cards Craig Hock or Fon RENT Collage and five acres of laud for rent L R Hughes I r MR E T PENCE is beautifying his handsome country home with paint WE aro keeping up L thehigh standard In pictures Give us a trial a- be convinced Mottle Sacrar I farmmuleeI I cheap J B Baughman Co 60c Craig it Hocker ATIN Damasks Irish Linens Piques all grades Severance Sons NEW stock of wallpaper andready mixed priors Just in W B McRob orts NEW YORK seed potatoes onion sots and garden seeds at John Bright Jrfc COII THERE will be preaenera galore hero Tuesday and Wednesday when the Transylvania Presbytery meets JUST drop In at Jones store and you will see tbo prettiest stock of white goods ever brought to Stanford John P J0001BrrsINcRBS afford a typewriter when a genuinely good one The Chicago can be bought for only 116 See ad I Go to Severance Sons Saturday to- eth skirt show Will show a manufact specialmOPENING Mrs Garland Slnglelca will have her millinery opening on Saturday April 4 and the ladles are Invited to call and Inspect her stock DONT miss our clearance sate on shoes for moo women and children and all high close roods Coil cuts no In this sale John P Jones r HENRY ANDERSON hoe bought of Messrs George S Carpenter and W A Hall the house and lot on East Main street occupied by Mr James Dudderar for t2000 THE next show toholesdtho boards at Walton Opera House Is The Folks Up Willow Creek which will be prevented by Frank Davidsons strong company on April 28 L iNewestSaturday April 4th If you are look fng for correct styles at correct prices It Is well known that Mrs Browns Is the place to get them h aaveApril 3 and 4 and I cordially Invite tho ladle to call and sea my elegant line of Spring and Summer millinery Mrs H D McClure Turnersvllle 2t rnTenn Wednesday 1000 acres of coal land for 13000 Tbo land flea In Pu laekl county South of Somerset Mr bad told most of the timber off the trans KILLED HIMSELF Because he was Carroll1eE and died within an hour at Evansvllle lad He was a son of Zick Plumer of the East End end left his homo In this county wltb considerable money Tug remains of Carl QorodorET who Idied In a Cincinnati hospital arrived here Wednesday and after Undertaker J L Beazleybad placed them In an other coffln they were taken to Otton helm for Interment Mils Maggie Horn on a daughter was In Cincinna ti when her tether died and not having enough money to bring the body home bad It burled there On her arrival hero she opened her fathers trunk and found S300 She at once ordered the remains exhumed and brought here Creekfottice hero Wednesday was decided to drill five more wells on the compa nys territory in Wayne This compa whichbIs being drilled Some 13600 of the stock was placed at the meeting heretwhich leaves lets than 1000 to be sold Those present at the meeting went Dr JC Barker Judge W M Myers Geo D Weatherford flustonvllle S M Owens McKlnney Judge J C Hemphill Lancaster and Col W G Welch of this place pntnr Mobley father MessrstJ S and O Mobley substantial oltl zens of tho McKlnnoy section died at the Jones farm near Ml Salem Tuea day night He had been in the houeo with hIs son who bad died of small pox and while ho did not break out with tho disease he had tho symptoms of It He was burled In the McKinney ceme tery Wednesday night Mr Mobley was a tine old gentleman and had made this county a splendid citizen during the few years he had lived In It He had been married four times and Is cur vlvad by his fourth wife r theIERES YOUR CHANCE Tho Lox 1 Democrat says The Democrat IB authorized to announce by a proml aunt business man of Lexington that he stands ready to wager the sum of 1100 to 140 that Coy Beckham will win the democratic nomination for governor at the coming primary election on May U over Col John K Hendrlck and Judge R J Brecklnrldge and ho will further wager the sum of 125 at oven admoney that Gov Beckham will gat more I than both Col Hendrlck and JudJro Brecldnrldlle combined Any one desiring to accept the above wager will be Informed of the same of the gentleman by applying at Tbo Democrat office j 1 r r 1 F I i NEWSTYLES IN SPRING SUITS The colobratecf II II it COH Iunion Made Clothing Hand Made Button Holes Ciocn Fitting Lapels and Patent Shape retaining Coat Fronts We have all the NEWEST PATTERNS AND THE MOST CORRECT CUTS Como in and try on a Suit to sec how our Clothing will fit y- ouCummins S McClary New Goods The arc here and a store full of them the cream of the mar kct Megs Wear of all Itfnds Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Slippers Let ns show them to you Torms Cash HJMRoberts FULL AGAIN Are our two large rooms of tho choicest select tions of fine Dress Goods Silks Whito i Goods Ginghams Percales Mercerized Goods Lawns Dimities Neckwear Chitelains Hair Pins Pearl Buttons Trimmings of nil kinds In an annex we are showing Now Skirts Waists Lace Curtains Curtain Swisses Portiers Carpets Oil Cloths Mattings Rugs and Shades EVERY WOMAN Should come to see our now goods and while you are in we will sell you lOc Percales at 0 l4cThis is a great bargain and considering the price of Cotton are at less than it costs to mako them This will pay you well for your time SEVERANCE SON ITttAJ PASSED A The Day Has Passed To sell inferior groceries at full prices The man who attempta to do this falls to realize that the shopping public Is gifted intelligenceThe I offer the quality Ac show that I do appreciate the fact that people want thu Lest and demand fur their money I faithfully promise to give both value and quality fresh neat and clean J W PERR1N the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Ky MYERS d PHILLIPS Having just returned from tho cities whore they purchnsec1Ia large lino o- fSPRIMNG MILLINERYwo- uld bo pleased to Imvo tho Ladios of this and adjoining counties call and examine their stock and get prices You I are cordially invited to attend thoir opening on Jlpril IO and 11th in the rooms over Weatherford I relUusJ tonville Kentucky I J I I l THE JNTERIORJOURNALI Mnttred n the pottoffice at Stanford 01 leondclau matter I ykf3JaLrLTtie0aye eaaaQ3iridPe- lr a1 PER YEAR CASH av When not sopsldasOO will Ieblrctd KNOXVILLE DIVISION o 31 Train going North M1161 m 0 24It 1m Ou SouthM1217lmNo 23II I p FORRENT Mv store recently occupied byWm Severance Will rent toroneormoreyeanJ THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment of- lurglcal and chronic diseases and for con imitation Hoard and nursing hall be cash and monthly Protos- Ional In advance weekly bills iue when services aro rendered and must OO paid promptly Gibonev Jeffries iLlvory Food fit Sale Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Big a peclalty nlRh Orado fiorees and Mules bought told Feed horses receive personal attention Tralor8 Ricet DEALERS IN Vfiilsky Brandu Wines Beer Glnars Etc Carpenter House Clo eto STANFORD KY Prompt snitoate attention Nothing but the tea to drink Mall phone er tetegaph orJers receive prompt attention J D Wearen Insurance flpentt t Fire and Tornado Insurance The Home of New York the largest In the world Assets 11871063512- Surplus as regards pol cy holders 936018 69 property in Casey Gerrard coin counties thono 21 Stanfordw Kontuckv R B Mahony insurance flaent Fire Life Accident mud Tornado None but the larg est anti best companies represented Pliono 8- 2Stanford Kentucky P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Offlro at J It Beazleys Livery Stable Miss Ida M Snyder TretMiiror ol the Brooklyn Kant End Art Club M If women would y more attention to their health we would have more happy wlvti mother and daughters and would observe results would find that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many cures they arc given credit for In coniulUne with my druggist he advised McElree Wine of ardui and Thed fords BlackDraught and so I took It and have reuon to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure me Wine of Cardui itaregulatorof the menstrual is a most astonishing tonic for women It cures scanty too frequent irregular and menstruation falling of the wombwhites anal flooding It is helpful woman during pregnant after childbirth in change of life It frequently brings a dear baby to homes that have barren All druggists have 9100 bottles of Wine WINEofCARDUI ARKS CleanHAIRBALSAM IVunotM l tunrUr1 I Merer Palls Ileitor Or y lUlr to Iti YouthfulColor I alt11 a DrunloU Hemp Seed For Sale I A limited amount of strictly nice clean cultivated Hemp seed of Ute Importation for sale rites and terms addres BANK HUDSON Lancaiter Ky Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster I Kentucky Newly furnished clean bode sptendld table Every Mug first class Porters meet all trains 89 I WOOL WANTED I I will pay the highest mar ket price for 50000 pounds of Wool Call and get sacks J II BOOXE Livery Feed and Salo Stable Depot St Stanford Ky H CI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Commissioners Sale R H Tomllnson Pltff vs solon Craig Etc Delta Lincoln Circuit Court Dy virtu ol fuJzBitnt ant orJer of the Lincoln Circuit Court renJereJ at the February tern thereof i 901 In the above cause for the sum of plfty6 e dol lars tit with Interest at the rate of a per cent per annum from the nth lay of August soon until paU anj his costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door In SunforJ to the highest bUJ r at public auction on- MONDAY APRIL nth soot being County Court day upon a credit of six months the following described property towlt A lot of land In and bounded thus On the south by Dill Dhktyontheweltt3lJohnMenelaontheeast- yBuck Jones and on and king a lot 40 feet square For the purchase price the purchaser with approved security or must execute Bond tearing I gal Interest from day of sale until and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply prom R CWARRENarm s Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court J+ c + JYJcGLf Y I UNDEItT AEEIt EMBALMER And Dealear In AFaNESS SADDLER 60 Stanford Ky J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers IZJO DBALBU II Furniture aXattlng8Rng8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kind of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache I ofXldneysCUREBladder Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary lr Fennel lie Iran spent a lito Jlme curing lust lucll cases as you re All consultations Free MA gravel lodged In my bladder After a few bottles of Ftuners Kidney mutt Ilackacho Ouro I passed a half IU lanto as a marble medicine prevented further formation I was cured W T O A K ES Orrlx Yo DruKitlf t Me It Ask for Cook Book Free STYITUSDANCE Sure Cure Circular Pi 1enner FredontaNx l To The Democrats Of Kentucky MONTICELLO March 30 hIIavlog been before you for omo months as a candidate for State Treasurer I con Rider It due both to you and tnyielf that I should make a public announce ment of my determination to withdraw from tho race and my reasons there for Believing myself qualified to fill acceptably the onlce to which I aspir ed thus assuring the people In tho event of my election of the service to which they are entitled I based my claims for the nomination not on tbo fact of any superior fitness or personal merit on my part as compared with the other gentlemen seeking the position but on the fact that I was a native aDd life long resident of tho llth Congress tonal District where tho purest and- belt type of unterrlfled democracy ex late and which has not heretofore re ceived proper recognition at the hand of the party In the Stato I trust my hope to secure In my own success thla recognition of the party In mv district will not bo considered an unworthy ono but an other son of the llth much more widely known than I preeminentlyworthy Is before the people asking for another ofllce and In the Interest of his candidacy and for personal and business reasons I have decided to withdraw from the race I have an abounding and abid fog faith In the rank and file of the party tho brave boys In tho trenches nod believe the plan of giving them an opportunity to select their candidates a wlao one I predict that the ticket they name on the Oth day of next May will be strong and clean and that tho wisdom of their choice will be vindicated by an overwhelming victory for the party next November Acknowledg log the unfailing courtesy of my oppo nents and a conslstent klndnc s of my friends I am yours for democracy H n DFNNINOER TEATERSVILLE Mr Lafayette Wamoths daughter ailed 14 died after only two hours 111 ness Our merchant M M Simpson Is do lOll a flourishing business since spring has opened up Uncle Timothy Logan celebrated bis 83rd birthday Friday A largo crowd attended We hope that the good old man may live to see many more birth days Horses and mules are In demand In this section Forrest Curtis sold a mare for 8160 He also bought one tor 1100 Bob Burton bought a mule from Dick Barton for 1100 Wm Jones sold a horse for 120 and bought one for 140 W J Owens and daughter Mrs Lu cy Clem of Danville visited Ed Owens and family Sam Cotton sod wife are visiting In Madison Forrest Curtis and wife are guests of his mother at Kirksvlllo Mr Herod Ray and wife Saturday to attend wore called to Dobon a funeral w- u SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP I Cured By One Bottle or Cham berlains Cough Remedy u Uben I had an attack of grip last winter the second one I actually cured myself with ono bottle of Chamberlains- Coug Remedy says Frank W Perry editor of the Enterprise Shortvlllo N Y This is tho honest truth I at times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a teaspoonful of this remedy IlDd I when the coughing spell would come on at night I would take a dose and it stem cd that In tho briefest interval the cough would pare off and I Would go to sleep pcifecty free from cough and its accom panying pains To say that the remedy acted as a most agreeable sut prise is putting it mildly I bad no idea that it would or could knock out tho grip simply boo cause I had never tiled it for such a purpose but it did and it seemed with the second attack of coughing tho remedy caused It to not only be of less duration but the pains were far lees eoveie and I bad not used the contents of one bottle before Mr Grip bid me adieu For sail by Craig AHockfr U C V REUNION New Orleans May 1922 The Queen ds Crescent Route has made a special low rate for the benefit of the veterans and their friends who anticipate attending this meeting Tickets will be on sale May 1621 good returning until May 24 1003 Privilege of extension until June 15 Ask your nearest ticket agent for particulars or write W C Rlnearsoo OPA Which Is the biggest Mr Dippers baby or Mr Bigger Mr Bigger bas- isby a little BI er What U It that everybody has seen but will never see again Yesterday What Is it which orkl when it plays and plays when It works A foun tain What Is the difference between a I tight boot and on oak tree One makes acorns and the other makes corns ache Makes A Clean Sweep Thetea nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the salves you foyer heard of Bucltlena Arnica Salve Is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Bolls Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Tiles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by all Druggists a The saloon and restaurant of W R nnrnsat Hepderson was robbedby burglars and set on tIre and badly damaged The Governors Of Different States- AlabamaGov I William D Jelke AlaskaGov John D Brady ArizonaGov Alexander O Brodle Arkansas Gov Jet Davis California Gov Geo O Par 3ee Colorado Gov James H Pcabody Connecticut Gov Abram Chamber lainDolawaroGov John Hunn FloridaGov Wm S Jennings Georgia Gov J M Terrell HawaltUov Sanford B Dole Idaho Gov John T Morrison IllinoisRichard Yates lodlanaWlnneld T Durbln IowaAlbert D Cummins Kansas W J Bailey Kentucky J C W Beckham Louisiana W W Heard MaineJohn F Hull MarylandJohn W Smith- MaseachusotuJohn L Bates MichiganAaron T Bliss Minnesota Ssmuel R Van Sant Mississippi A H Longlco Missouri Alexander M Dockery Montana Joseph K Toole Nebraska John M Mickey Nevada Jobn SparkliiiNow Hampshire Nathan J Cache derNew Jersey Franklin Murphy New Mexico MIgual A Otoro New York Benjamin R Odell Jr North Carolina Charles B Aycock North Dakota Frank White Ohio George K Nash Oklahoma Thomas B Ferguson OregonGeorge i Chamberlain Pennsylvania Samuel W Penny packerPorto RicoWIlliam H Hunt OarlnlSouthSouth Dakota Charles N Herlod Tennessee James B Frazier Texas W S T Lanhsm Utah Hcbor M Wells Vermont Jobn G McCullough Virginia A J Montague Washington Henry G McBride Wet Virginia Albert B White Wisconsin Ronert M La FOllette Wyoming Da Forest Richard Grip Remedies In Grant Demand When colds and grip are prevalent the quickest and surest remedies are ID great demand Mr Joseph D Illlllams of McDulf Va says he was cured of a very deep and lasting attack of la grippe by using chamberlains Cough Remedy after trying several other preparations with no effect For sale by Craig ifc Hooker Up to date 37 towns In Tennessee have taken advantage of the Adams law and voted out whisky A New York murderer admitted that ho bad been shamming Insanity for five years Ebeaezer Butterlck of tissue paper drew pattern fame Is dead DR 1r We Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers House Flats FOR SALE DeskaMt home hi Danville Jlavtnc Muted to tfct wttt I will onTVIISDAYAPRIL ulhI901o at ackxk p n on Uw rrewlm seS to lh rfskttt bklier If aot maid klre prlvtey my pac tso- E hl- kechn Nla street large modern house o rooms a pantry bath tam allk cbtcta sad e Oi t BMUIIM hem with all oHm ImproveoMMs am com ratlvtiy new ci4lable4 teo tlsMras Urge ga dee anr vae4 y n fruit sisady lawn alt taJat home anj on thi Seat itrurt In boa WIU- plMse to show anyone the place toefur of sate tngtHh Auc U S JOiINTONE McCoiutK1 Son Dealers in Groceries Hardware Harness Furniture and Country Produce In the Jas Fryc stand Hustonville Also Agents for Osborne line of Implements PUBLIC SALE I If not sold privately I will offer for sale at public auction OD MONDAY APRIL 13th 1003 County Court day at 11 oclock tho follow log tracts of land la Lincoln county Ky lit nine aero on Ntals Greek three mile from Stanford adjoining the land of John Bkldmore This tract U well timbered 2nd two tracts formerly owned by tbo Oen tryeatato of 15 acres One Is on tho eat other on the wet or a tract ot 15 acres ow net Mr A M Feland 3rd a tract of 14 acres adjoining land of Mr John bright 5th a tract of 25 acres on Oedar Greek well timbered This was a portion of the Adams land Terms cash NANNIE VANDFVER Executrix of U W Vandever A Handsome Home at Auction The desirable pef M Phillips corner East Main and an Avenue In Stanford will be sold at auction In front of the court house at 1 130 r N next county court dav Apr113 It will first be offered In eight and then as a whole and the larger bid accepted There Is no more de sirable property In Stanford than this and It wilt positively be sold With a splendid traded schoo and manufacturing coming this inbound to be valuable proper- yTeaM5One third cash balance In one and two years In equal Installments Gall at Mr Ibllltps or on either Col J P Chandler or myself for particulars This wilt be last chance to buy one of the post desirable piece of property In town 11 OmIA i SPECIAL BARGAINSF- OR THIS WEEK AT The New York store Corsets worth 25c at 17c Corsets worth T5c and 1 nt 37c Whalebones nt 5c a bunch Pearl buttons at Co n dozon Pcrcllosll1slmdos and yard wide nt 5o yard Big Line of Laces Will be sold This at YOUR OWN PRICESi 11IThe New York Store Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank Who ShI1IIIwsssaae 111 i There should bo but one question to consider hf deciding I where to take your Prcscrlptons and that is Where arc the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should bo allowed to weigh f against it When you do this we shall expect to servo you When we fill your prescriptiion every thug Unit en tore into it has thu exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug StoreStanford W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of I WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose First NationalStanford Kyt Bank m s Capital Stock 50000 This tnltltutlon was originally established a the Deposit stank ot In IUS then reorganized as the National lInk of Stanford In 18M and again ritoriranUed at the First National flask of Stanford la 1S33 having bad practically an unifier rupted eiutenco for 41 It It better now with facilities for transact ingbaineespromptlyand well than ever before In Its career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratIons Solicited RENTIIUIIIwithin aesewr rt garden attacaJ char Ir had eotd 11 w days wil- lNet Mme for NIl ol tt H year- R II BkSAU ll Crab Orchard Ky MILLINERY tenasstastttlr Just returned from tho city with a complete line of SPRING and SUMMERMILLINERY Miss Ada Grim from In diana trimme- rComo And See Us Sirs G Singleton Spring Opening of Wall Paper We are rewiring dally some of the handsomest Wall Tapers that have over been shown In Danrllle many of which were Imported The prices range from the most the papers to These dallyandand all the 1Iole and adJolnlnlt countle1are InvIted to thnm Eat furnished on allmates gladly kinds of and psift work done promptly by dompetcnt men Paints and- WindowGlassWe the best readymixed on the market also oils Tarnishes aud all kinds of painters supplies at the closest prices A E Gibbons BOG Main St Danville e Kentucky 1KU fi 1I J IJW 1t WRAURN Dk- prDiiroctors P Bald Danrllla 8 T Harris tjunford J 8 hacker Stun ford W P Walton Lexington K L Tanner MeKlnney M D Klmore Stanford d 8 IL llauehuan Stanford T P Ulll Stanford Jas IWB on Hubble J H llnmhmnu Stanford a W P Tate Stanford J i NOTICESIf you think of bolldlng or repairing we can save yew teensy on your ertal All kinds of heavy or light framing any length beveled poplar sldmg floor hArdwood ceilings eatings boss or cornke board poets and brockets bored sad turned I stairway sewss plasterer atben white ok fencing black gum oak pr chtnnt tAtting WrIte for prleee IIUMIMIUKY I1UOS lIar well Ky DIGNITY DARE COMBINED STALLION Foaled mi 15 3S hand high weighs I 200 pounds mahogany by wIth blck points and alodel In form with that wonderful style characterlstle of the Chester Dare family so universally acknowledged as su to all As a show horse ho has made a good record winning In bis class and In sweepstakes many blue ties In his ayear old form Dignity Dare won 13 blue tics out of K shows In Central Kentucky In hare ness he Is very stylish well galled with pure decided action and with a little band log last fall 1280 gait a clip few saddle horsescanowmakinghimaharness- horse rof the highest type Under saddle he Is attractive bold with best of line action speedy separating hit galtes perfectly with knee necessary for an up todate wIre His colts though young are coming to the beitorwithtong i bone with great action and boat of colon bipedsthemPEDtanKc Sired by famous Chester flare I No 10 A B n It be by Black Squirrel 55 ho by Illack Eagle 71 he by King byCaineamnrk P 8 he by Imported sled eford 1st dam tlule Welchmont No 8317 A T H RydtckIiambietonian10 enger 3rd dam by Gill Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welchmonti lit dam Pauline Almort forest 3883 Will make the season of 1003 at mr stable In Hustonrlllo at 130 to Insure a living colt Mares traded or parted with forfeIts In durance and money becomes due at time of such transaction Lien retained upon all colts till season money Is paid Mares from ndlstance grated at 12 per month Qraln fed If desired at reasonable rate All bills nest be paid before removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive my personal Attention but will not be responslole for accidents or escapes D 8 Phone In BesldencoIIustonvlllo Ezcbangr i t