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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y- I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL LI 1903 SAM NO 13 I i 1f4This Handsome Monument Will Mark the Resting IIIPlace of the Lamented Goebel WAYNESBURG Mr Dutch Uooon has a nice line of rallllnerjr geode W R Ooo b of aemtrel ba been vUtirc friend here fur tbe Ist lwt dar Willie Sits boa brwitbiMr Mining tits and It Unvloir Urgbnllt to be tao more to It state r Lawrence Sim olden dhlld of Mr and Mrs Wesley Slmi died on tbo 7th ol brnlo Irpublo I tlm01totbrn Hope tbor will do well Ulee Goochja been vliltlog In Lexington Mrf Laura Gooch bat been quite lck with mumps Mill Maggie R+ ynoldi bias returned from a rlilt to relatives In Pulukl Mr Jim Wbeeler bu moved to the SpelRlo place Mr Oliver Johnson and family ire at J M Johteooi on their way homo a toOtkdale TODD Mr L G Gooob t has juu gotten homo from tbe city wbero he bought a lot of Spring goods Mont Howard has been at boron on a r I visit after an absence of twq months lie like ni Vncvn nie rlr trite ttoiewMi U Switi tstdont of the I Cabl11iUL tIIr Co at SI Lout commltd enleldp with a revolver I wrote to Doctor Pierce who sent me a very kind letter j and advised me Thovjand of weak and sick women can trace the beginning of a new life of perfect to that letter written to Dr t Sick and ailing women are invited to consult Dr letter free All correspondence heldas strictly private and Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N V Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription cures weak and aching backs nerv 1ouaneas and other womanly ailments by curing the womanly diseases which cause them In the prinK or became very lit writes Mrs ScheJU of Mk WMhln ion Ltiueur Ca Minn my bath was very weak and achClo that I could do no work tall M I was obliged to take to rat bed I felt a eontunt dln to urinate and the paIn la i abdomen were almost unbearable I wrote to Dr Wetce who tent me a kInd letter and I advhed me to take hbpavodte lrncr1p 100 and Golden Medical Dlwswery I took Mx bottles or each and am a welt woman now J cannot MX enough In favor of Dr Pierce t nea II Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine works wonders or weak women Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are the most desirable laxative for delicate women IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES 014 was struck In well No 2 near Conway Ilockcattle county Juin U Tu nnp on has decided not in move hi distillery from narrodi burg to Litisv111e Ml Veroon has a commercial olub with Dr A G Lovell president and Editor R S Albright eoretary The Hart Jcllloo Coal Co of Whit ley county flied Incorporation articles with the eorotary of State Capital eaooo A newspaper will be established at Irvloo about May 1 under the manage ment of Randolph White ton of form er Congressman J D White A big docket hat been mado out for the approaching term of the Boyle clr cult court ccndstlo nf 31 appearances 10 dams o suits 03 Commonwealth cases 101 equity cases and 67 common law cases The Negroes Robert EJawkln and Sam Iraiher who wore tried In tbe Federal court at Covlouton for robbing tbe U S malls at Danville were conS vlcted but lenience has not been pate ed on them Bonny Johnson claiming to ba from Uarrodihurg and to own a 1600acre farm and a liable of race horse is un der arrest at Lexington charged with firglnc the name nf Henry Baker of Paris to n check for 16- lii att Hjden wire xnnernt d at his examining trial for tbe killing of John tear In Pulakl county A plea of sell defense was sustained Joe Love a b mnder who wa bit by a strap bullet during the affray Is tllll alive bat probably oannnt recover A T Martin bas opened a livery and feed stable In connection with the Ctcdlcr Hotel Realty Ovden who kll ed Columbus King and badly woundcJ Joe Love In a fight at WII liam Siding surrendered to ofllcer He cAlm + ho shut to avo himself Somerset Journal Leroy F Sbellon committed suicide at Somerset hvtaklrff three ounce of laudanum Ho wrote letter to mem- Hera of his family his wife son and ttUlrr and an explanation of hit deed for publication In a local paper He was In financial dUtre and In bad health Ho was formerly connected with a hotel there and camo originally from Monticello Grip Remedies In Great Demand When coMe and grip are prevalent the quickest and surest remedies me in great demand Mr Joseph D Ullliams of McDuff Vs says he was cured of a very deep and lasting attack of la fcrippo l y using OhamberUins tough Remedy after trying Mjveral other preparation with no effect For sale by Craig it looker A Vienna scientist Is said to have invented I a lamp In which bacteria supply the light That right there noth ing like putting tho bictrla to work they have been living off of ua long enough The physic Ohambeilaina Stom ach and Liver Tablets Easy to takes peagnnt In ellecct For tale by Craig Mocker NEWS NOTES I iTbo April term of tbo court of Bp- peal begun yesterday The price of refined sugar has been advanced 10 cent a hundred pound I Anton Knlppler living near Colum bla 1111 neeaulted his mother with an ax and wounded her fatally Joseph Harris will represent Ken tucky In the Interstate oratorical contest at Montcacle Tenn In Juno Hillary Dell one of the host known dramatic and musical critics In New York died suddenly of heart failure In I street fight at Qcnderton Capt James R Rash broko Frank Hart Jaw with a cane and fired at E T Robardr Ray Scott nn I C flagman was hrowo under a train at Fulton and both legs crushed to they will have p bo amputated The brother of Rufus Caotrell king of the colored ghouls In Indt aoa has worn out n lunacy oommls son against him Col John E MacGowon theeditor chief of the Chattanooga Times and liD of the foremost Southern ndltora at Chattanooga Superttltlou Hungarian peasant roo siettd tbe pussy ur a corpse through Uielr village Two were killed In a on n pct with troops w blob followed Tbe IenneylTaola Railroad Company hal placed an order with the American Car and Foundry Company for 2 800 freight care for ut on the lines west of tUtsburg Mrs Susan MeGowan who was In dieted for robbing Asbury and Darby churches of carpets chairs and lamp was given one year In tbe penitentiary at Muyovllla MaJ UcnRiberl P Hugbe having reached tbo ago for reilrdment be will buoaeed by Brig Gent Dreckln rldgo and LudlD lOn eaob of whom will be Immediately retired Mr Carrie NaUon cleared 83000 on bir reeent trip n the Pacific coast She returned to Tooeka and spent the money for a house which she will use for dependent wives of drunkards The ruddenoo of Gray McLean at Frankfort was broken Into Tbe prowl er did not take anything but ruined Mr McLeans typewriter on which bo wrote a cute tuggcitlng that tbe owner guess bow the house was entered Nathan Morrl a wellknown attar ney and Frank Baas a boy wero burned to death at Indianapolis The homo of Dr Joseph Bait a wealthy phyelolan the brotherln lalb of Morris and father ol Frank Due was burned to the ground During target practice In the gull off 1entacola a 12 Inch gun on the bat tleship Iowa burst from the premature explosion of a shell Throe pieces of tbo gun each weighing more than a ton pierced tbo par deck and fell upon the seamen who wero at meat killing three men and Injuring five other MIDDLEBURG G A Alford aod wife wero hereFri day fishing Frank Hunn ranted from William Lucas 25 acre of grate land for tbo year for 135 W T Coulter will erect astore room and put In a stork of goods In North Mlddleburg Rev J Benton Ferroll Oiled bit ap pointment at tbo Baptist church Satur day and Sunday T B Lucas told to Frank Hunn 21 awes with lambs at 85 Ho bought on Rolling Fork a mare for 173- Macit Coulter and Will McWhortcr aro e homo Mack say ho took a bad cold and oamo home to get something better to eat Wm Short our mall carrier was married last week 10 Mill Salllo Wor ly They will probably make their homo at Yosemite Miss Jessie Bryant of this place la back from the city with the finest line of millinery novelties ever displayed hero She will have her opening Wednesday Jason Wesley our pleasant and ac commodatlng postmaster merchant and thouldbe circuit clerk nominee will close out hit stock of goods at Mlddleburg soon This scribe like the editor Is In fa vor of Casey building two or three bridges ID different parts of the county Wo would like to have one on each side of Liberty and a third between Middle burg and Yosemlto Then we could have our mall regularly even If Mr God beys gedto do muddy tbo river above tbe ford noIcome deranged tho liver and kidneys I congested causing numerous diseases the most fatal of which are painless and therefore the moro to bo dreaded Tho important thing is to restore the stomach and liver to a healthy condition and for this purpose no better preparation can bo i used than Chamberlains Stomach andI Liver Tablets For tale by1 Uockeri HUSTONVILLE Mr Uriah Ducn has returned from Indiana with a carload of Southern bortft and mares Wheat aDd grass are looking like they ordinarily do In the middle of May and the prospects are flattering for a fine crop of both A delightfully exhilarating frappo a la Patio conneteur was served by Madam Wbeeler each day during tho musical matinee to the largo and ap preciative audience Sam Thornton colored WAS arrested Friday charged with breaking into aod robbing the store of Simpson k Co In Casey of 9285 In cash and checks Mar shal Lair took him to Liberty and delivered him to tho Carey sheriff Oo Thursday Friday and Saturday of last week tbero wm sold by our two millinery houses hero about iOO Easter hats and bonnets The display at tbolr opeologs was well attended and decid edly more elaborate than any previous effortAbout 26 members of tbo Philhar monic Club attended rcbereal at tbe Christian church Friday night All ac tive members arc Invited to attend the meeting on Tuesday evening at theolc gent flats of President Charles Wheeler and Friday evening at thi cburch Gen John B Cattleman was hero to see DJgnliy Dare and his celebrated three yearold eon Prospect both of which ho complimented highly Miss Ellen Powors left for Cincinnati Sunday for a few days stay to catch the latest fade of damo fashions 400 for our four Miss Julia Stagg spent Sunday with relatives In Liberty Mist Louise Kouffman of Lancaster Is visiting Mrs T D Robinson MIII Little Bo gle of Lexington whose proficiency as- a trained nurse le known far beyond the confines of her native State spent the past week wltb her Invalid mother Samuel Owen left Sunday for Beaver Creek lo reponso to a message from his driller notifying him that No 4 was into Beaver Creek sand with the protpect of being the best well In Wayne county or elsewhere In Kentucky Mr Owens will case and connect this well up wIth his pumping na Lion and rig up a derrick for No 6 before returning- J D Swope mado a brief visit to Huitonvlllo the other day and this Is what the poet laureate of that village wrote tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL Our Uncle Josh Camo home bo gosh On Sundays train to try to get A maiden fair Wlih auburn hair To make her home In Somerset To which a Sinking Creek bard adds Ho put hie arm Around her walt Tbo color left her blooming cheek Upon the shoulder Of of his coat The color showed up for a week Somerset Journal Our Uncle Josh Camo back begosh On Easter Sunday train That color from His coat was gone He wants It back again POLITICAL Gov Murphy of New Jersey vetoed an antlclgarotto bill declaring that cigarettes do not hurt boyi Goy Murphy of New Jersey bas forcibly dissolved 027 trust with capi tal of 1239000000 which could not pay heir annual tax Tbe majority report of tbe Ways and Means Committee of tbe Arkansas House of Representatives sustains cer tale charges against Gov Davis tbe most Important being the misuse of contingent funds It the report Is ac cepted by the Legislature impeachment proceedings may follow the Hon John K Hendrlck denies that be referred to Gov Beckbam as Boss In a telegram asking for a division of time at Owensboro The message which Gov Beckbam received contains tbe word Boss Mr Charles Smith local manager of the Western Union Telegraph Company says the word was not In the original message while Manager Newton at Frankfort says the word was In the telegram at received at hit end of the line A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of need 1113 wife had such an unusual caso of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings Now Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25o at all Drug Stores The agent for a patent balr restorer received tills testimonial Dear Sir A fowdayt ago I accidentally spilled some of your hair hatcher on my straw mattress at my lodgings and when I returned homo I found a hair mattress I Two boys In knickerbockers fought a duel In Brooklyn and one of thorn was Injured perhaps fatally WHITE VESTS A white vest helps immensely to freshen up nnd brighten a mans eqstume Thats why they are in such high favor Moro popular than over this season Wo have a now line of them just inI1 IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied T o mILLER DanYilie Ky it If ama n loves a maiden thats his business If a maid loves a man thats her business If they get married thats their business If they wanta good tin roof or guttering thatst OUR business J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky II GARDEN SEEDS i We have nnjIMMENSE stock of garden seeds I both in bulk and package Wo have Burpees and Ferrys in bulK and Ferrys in pacKage 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 second crop HigginsMKinneySTANFORD ycJrnEyesArc constantly changing and to guard against badly fitting 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 changed as soon as you dont see as well as you used to through them Craig Hocker MENS SHOES 350 buys a pair Eclipse Shoes We have a full stock of the new Spring styles made from Pat Colt Yici Kangaroo and Box Calf just in In buying shoes you want style fit and wear These goods have all Every pair warranted No trouble to show so call and see our stock W E PERKINS STANFORD GREENHOUSE Second Crop Irish Potatoes for Seed Floral design on short notice Redding and Vegetable 3 Plants of all kinds In season JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford STANFORD 11 Crab IIKyEttA JONESIDENTIST Stanford KyJ V J f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HENRY M BOSWORTH Is a MoJUile for Suit Treasurer subject to the pr nary election May 9 noj and solicits the suppo of all democrats J F HOLDAM Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Oerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party M F NORTH Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative Lincoln county Subject to the ac loa of the puty J M ALVERSON Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for ReI resentatlve of Lincoln County subject to the acllon of be party Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner i C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C 8AUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR TUB war on consumption it now be log waged with an intelligence and zeal never before ibowu and the relultll are distinctly encouraging Efforts being directed to prevention no leBl than cure and there It reason to expect that by taking wellknown and elmplo precautions the ravages of this dleeaee will bo greatly minimized An Aue trlan scientist Prof Behring of Vlonn states that It Infants are fed from Immune cows they will be perfectly pro 1 tected against tubercular infection If this authority is right it is clear enouf that the rising generation at least an be rendered Immune The Frenc t have of late been very successful wltb i patients treated In mountain sanltai turns and In England special treatment Is gaining In favor THERE is no great amount of weep log walling and knashlng of teeth over the defeat of M E Ingnlla for mayor of Cincinnati He voted for Mc- KInley In 1806 and in 1000 contribute j to the republican campaign funds and hauled his employee around In trainload to swell McKinley meetings and democrats could not eo soon forglv and forgetIPRESIDENT JOSEPH SMITH of tbeI r Mormon church has turned on lobeI t preachers and others who have oppos I ed theeeatlng of Senator Reed Smoot and has used such terms as lying by pocrlttcal sneaking cowardly wolvesI in sheeps clothing contemptible hounds etc A man who uses suet f language must have a peculiar brand of religion THE annual report of the steel true t shows that after making all deduction from the gross income tbere was a net profit of over 100300000 for the year I Out o this over 135700000 was paid it dividends of 7 per cent on the prefer red stock and 120333000 In dividend of 4 per cent on common stock leav I 254000 lag undivided profits or surplus of lat 1Tnv New York Law and Order League proposes that women who do not want to flirt shall wear a button ad vertialng that fact but It would haVe tie opposite effect It would excite tbe masher to much greater activity I Tbe button would encouarge wicked mBa to butt in eoto speak BRECKINBIDOB says he will 1JUDGE of iho Carroll law and in his entrance fee until 15 days before too primary We fall to see bow ibis will help the judge but we suppose he knows bis business and seea wbere be will be banefltted by the postponement THE labor caad tofor mayor of Chicago who claimed the city by a ma jority of 30000 before the election re oalved less tan 10000 votes The la boring people evidently thought their interests safer in the hands of a good democrat like Carter Harrison JoodE CANT RILL excused a Wood fordcounty man from serving on the Howard jury because his wife had just I1 had twine Ho said that was a good ex cuse and the crowd agreed with him f when the man added teat he had earned them Goebel and peckham THE Hon John K Heodrick did not fill his appointment to speak at Lexington yesterday afternoon for the good i reason that there was nobody to listen to him Even the tact that Col W C P Breoklnrldgo was to Introduce him did not prove a drawing card A NEW YORK man killed himself in l order that his wife might get the in i surane on his life If she Isnt asham ed that she was ever tied up with such a fool she will doubtless use some of the money in keeping his grave green Gov BECKHAM spoke to a big crowd iatOwengboro yesterday afternoon He after Mr Hendrlck good and j 1 strong bul threw boquotiM Mr Breck IlnrldgeA KANSAS woman jabbed the eye out of a fellow who googooed at her and the verdict of the people generally h will be served him right t r I THIS AND THAT The Tillman murder case is on trial at Columbia S O Henry W Beach died at the Confederate Home making seven deaths Speed Gatllffs 12000 residence at Wtlllamsburg was struck by lIbtnln and burned TbaMohawtc Valley Steel Company plane to build a 110000000 steel plan at Brunswick Ga Miss Nettle Lou Smith and Nick Butler warn drowned In St Johns river at Jacksonville Fla Fire at Portland Me destroyed tbe big shops of the Maine Central railroad valued at 150000 Capt W N Crewdson ono of La gan countys oldest citizens died afLer only a few hours Illness Brigham Young president of the Council of Twelve Apostles of the Mar non church Is dead at Salt Lake Andrew Carnegie predicts that tbe people of the United States Canada and Great Britain will bo united In one country f Near Columbia Ben Smith a Negro shot Joe Smith a white man tbroutb the heart in a row over 15 cents in a crap game The Kansas Supreme Court has con firmed the power of the Topeka Icbool board to compel Negroes to attend Ne gro schools only John W Farley a Maysvllle undo taker died of smallpox contract while attending the funeral of a perIoD who died of smallpox- F Drake of near Madleonvllle wae shot and seriously wounded by his fatb rlnlaw J Scott as the result of a quarrel over a few fence rails Ons jrellmlnary trial at Mayavill Charles J Winkler was held to anser In bond of 11000 on the charge of bigamy He was remanded to jail Reginald Vanderbilt used a whip on a camera fiend who was trying to take a picture of Mr Vanderbilt and Mle fellsen while they were out riding Thobody of Titus Moore colore vas found hanging from n tree 11mb tear Fulton It is not known whetbt be was lynched or committed suicide Tbe Very Rev Michael Douche vicar general of the Roman Catholl iocese of Louisville was stricken with poplexy while on his knees in prays la died early Easter morning The Confederate Veterans reunion at New Orleans may be boycotted by th- labor unions of that city The Committee on Music refused a request tbat only union bands be used In the paraded announced Its Intention of hlrln oth union and nonunion bands Tbo proposed trip of Gov Beckbatc ble staff and several hundred member f the State Guard to tbe dedicator sremonlea of the Worlds Fair at Si Louis April 30 has been abandoned Tbe lack of funds to pay the expense of the soldiers and the rivalry between lobo various companies for the honor of aklng the trip are the causes assign ed for the governors action THE HORSE SHOW Rain prevented a number qf horse from being brought to town but thi llowlng braved the rain and mud ant lowed any way Anderson Carr showed the speedy lungster Happy Catcbmore a goon Individual with extended pedigree Gilt Edge Jr a splendid saddle eta lion was the subject of much favorable comment He Is owned by D M An derlon See ad Naboth Jr J R Beazleys magnlfi cent fouryear old was one of the popular horses exhibited Like his eire- be Is a grand individual John S Baugbman has a good horse In Gambruno by Gambetta Wllkes lIe Is fleet of loot and Is a recognized breeder of speed and style King Eagle S T Harris fine saddle etalllon was one of tbo best looking boreee shown He moves like a top- and is a royally bred fellow Blue Eyes tbe pretty Shetland pony owned by Guy Hundley of Boyle at- traeLed a great deal of attention He Ie a perfect model and has proven bls- ability as a breeder Yorktown by Powhattan a finely bred and handsome tborojgbbred was ebown by A E Hundley Yorktown Ie a breeder of winners and a number of his colts have sold for large sums fohn Cook bad Woods Brae Eagle BIrd in the pink of condition This excellent breeder Is too wellknown to- make comment necessary He Is not- ooly a blue tie winner but a proven breederE Beazley showed the crowd how itecarlo could step He Is a fine In- divIdual with lots of speed He did not- ebow the great old breeder Pence itecarlo and Pence make a flee pair of stallions Rockefeller full brother to Gypay Queen and as pretty aa a picture wae- IboWD by C T Sandldge He la own ed by Capt I M Dunn of Garrard wbo is justly proud of his great three yearoldDorsey Golddust and Quasi F Reid- ODe palrattracted a great deal of at- tantlon The former is a great breeder of blghatepplng high sale borseI- wblle the latter Is a coach horse and- ODe of the beet in the country Mr- Reid also showed four two and three yearaIde by Dor ey Golddust excel leaL animals with lots of style and ac tionI LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Joslah Bishop sold a plug horse for ISO yesterday Joe Jordan bought five horses here Friday at 1125 to 1135 Russell Dllllon sold to Mantle Fox a pair of mules for 1240 Joab Rlgney sold a lot of cows bero yesterday at 31c to 3jo Isaac Hamilton sold to Dryo Co yesterday a mare for 1100 R C Engleman bought of Joe Jordan a sorrel gelding for 1150 J 0 Hays sold to J O Hendren of Madison 20 twoyearold cattle at 125 D G Elliott sold to Lutes fc Co 32 steers at lie and a lot of heifers at 3tc J M Reynolds bought of Dr J B Owsloy a two yearold black bull for 145 DM Anderson sold to J Smith of Rockcastle a two yearold jack f r 1250W S Dryo Co of the West EDd sold to Joe Jordon three horses for 8375 Isaac Hamilton lost by death veeter day a valuable Polled Angus bull tVlO years old R A Harris sold at Richmond to Newland Jones 23 shoats aVtraglDI 125 pounds at 7o- Thoroughbred Jersey cow giving two gallons of milk per day for sala J B Camenlscb Stanford 2t I C James has sold his good road ster Bill Goebel for 1200 says tbe Harrodaburg Democrat SEED CORN100 bushels Boooo county white well matured well elected at 11 per bushel W M Brig Farrla 5t Denny sold to Dr Wlnco of New York City a fine gaited Ihe yearold grey gelding for S50Adv- Cate Onataa for which splendid bone John E Madden got 25000 was bred by A E Hundley of Boyle who JetIowns his dam The Chevalier by Imp Prince lie dam Miss Haverly by Waverly dead at lobo Throndalo Stock Fart Fayette county F V R Bull who as head trainer or the Woodburn Stock Farm developed Maud S and many other great hors died of old ago For the first time In 27 years there not a candidate for the Kentucky Derby in training at the Kentucky ABlo elation track at Lexington JC Reid of Husionvlllo is slam ng tbe splendid thoroughbred stallion Baunemao at his farm He la by lucbanan and is a brother to Ignite The condition of winter wheat on April 1 according to the report of lobe lepartneatofAgriculture was 073 Tbe mean of the April averages of lobe past 10 years la 811 A W Carpenter had in town tester day his magnificent Scotch Top Short born Polled Durham bull Marmlon He weigh 2400 and la an exceeding line animal Mr Carpenter stands bin at the low price of IS Cicero Reynolds bought of J D Sin Icton the old Thurmond Peak farm on Hanging Fork containing 60 acres at 850 On this farm it is claimed lob at ease and Frank James took refuge af- Ler robbing the bank at Columbia Gilt Edge the sorrel stallion former Iy owned by Mat Sandldgo of the West End made a magnificent season a1 inoxvllle last year at 125 to Insure Ho Is owned by Col Tyson who li taking another season with him Tbe description and pedlgre r of Mr J K Baugbman Naboth and Hapsburg will appear next Issue They will both stand at the low price of 110 to In- ellre a living colt Both are royally bred fellows and they have proven tbelr superiority aa breeders COURT DAY There were about 3CO cattle on the market yesterday about balf of which sold Yearlings and two aarolds brought 4 to 4c heifers 3 La- 3Sc butcher tuff21 to 3Jo Mules were- In demand at1100 to 1150 and horse were wanted at almost any figure- R H Bronaugb will stand aV T M eteelarm li miles from Crab Orch ad on Stanford pike this season at the low price of itO to insure a living colt tbe great horse Terra Cotta fa hit tbree and fouryearold form Terra Cotta was ono of the blggett winners outTho feeding of salt to dairy cows ebould bn done regularly and not occa anally It may be given as a season Inl to the ground grain or placed wbere they can have access to It Cows bave been known to fall oft onetenth In their flow of milk when deprived of- salt Tbere aro some who do not be- lIeo In the use of salt by allowing stock to help themselves but It Is ben ellclal to season their food with It- wblcb makes the food more palatable and boiler relish- edEAGLE BIRD The winner of the 8500 addlo stake at Lexlngtoo also the winner of the swoep- stake premium et Lexington and winner of the second premlnm at Versailles Eagle 1IIrd was sired hy Eagle winner of- moro than 40 ties lit dam by Star Eagle- Bon of Cabbeirs Lexington 2nd dam by Uamlot Denmark 3rd dam by Harrli Den mark 4th dam by eon of Imp Albion VoraEagle Illrd as a sbow vtalllon or an a seeder of horses Is uniurpass- UUIJd colts are In demand and ars selling for the highest prices Eagle Illrd will mako- tho present season at Jon Cooks stable tbe barber of Stanford at the low price of J10 to Insure a living colt dares traded or with or bred else- whero forfeits the Insurance and money becomes due at the tine of such transaction 1or call on John Cook Stanfor tyWOOD9 UUOS THEGRANDLEADERWe alargoshlpmentofCros setts Fine Shoes for men All toes and widths carried in stuck This Is tho finest Mrfb and 84 shoo made Try one anil you will wear no other A drossy patent leather kid made from Hoot ers selected stoic Cros Belts shoes will cost you 400 Tho line Krichbnum Suits wo have in stock are strictly hniul made and fit to perfection TQa suit In nil materials and styles Prices 5 to 20 Patent Oxford 400 200 dozen Mens Shirts special 1 goods for 4 S cents all sizes Our largo stock of Dross Goods White Goods Dotnoa tics Ladies Furnishings Corsets Cnrnota and Mnttinga arc all in and it will pay you to look it over before purchasing The Grand LeaderM n Levy oe Co PronSn Levy Mgr Public Sale llmrlnr derided to locate In the West I will orar for sale to the IilRhest bIdder on eATUUDAY toea house and lot eootalnlo ten aere tamile from Utulonrtlle flj iluitonrlUa Ro Ilr dforiJ Yllle pike EUiren room hNtel conveniently arranged tttlern and w near the door barn and all neccnary out buildings new Will also veil a thono wJIOfI comparatIvely new and houtebold and kltcnen furniture MRS ELLA 9 ROSE Sheriffs Sale Tars Ntttoiul HkI Scramtt Ky VtI ytrt J D I JMMi Oft Zi 1tSaN UIIatI1 tVO WBDSESDAyAfRIL II 110at w oclockt HNlatgevM Ky 4saa- y etttunNayeaiweIeascat IMIa arcNse Ie the hIPfll bWer the stock of lICS1tor sate to ItM MB f FtrHB aMi V reerLapose5 TURfMS rite oHtf cJ as a eIN and Ie lb Went nssaicbry Ml NrtcdeiItw then H oCret1e rtUU tots The sale wM K n a credit of 1 month with approved Mcurtty anJ Inter t from sal of sale Purchaser nay at tkdr ofV ray eaih The ul wMI t tonllnu Jfrom Oiy tc say untU through M S UAf CIIMAN Cherln Lincoln Owe KING EAGLE King Eagle II U hands 3 Inches hill dark bay goes all tbe gait with plentv IIf a e style and action aired by Royal Kini- latdam Eagle DIN 2nd dam by lted Lion 3rd dam br Harris Denmark tie b Millen Denmark lib dAm by Jim Hell thoroughbred NOTC Iloval King was sired bv the great On Time and U a brother to the great buys King and Allla O the great show mar bat sold for f1000 King Kagles 2nd dar II the date of Minnie Uojd the great shot mere that Matt Cohen won everywhere wlti lu 1691 and sold for flOO King Eagle will make the present icaio of 1003 at stable 234 miles west of titan ford on the Shelby ntthelowprC of 110 to Insure a living colt Will alto stand the great mule and Jeonett Jack Illly Keene at 810 for mares no for Jao colts and 110 for jennett colts to insure a living colt Billy Keene was tired by the reat Tom Kceno lit dam by tho Importe alermo 2nd dam by Levi Rubbles Prince the sire of Joe Illackburn and Ilrlgnolln Hilly Keene stands full 16 hands high glad with white points and aa a breeder He I unsurpassed as a mule or Jennett Jack Ill colt wlllbow for thcmtlpes Will also let that great young jock Jim Keene serve fqw outside mares at 110 to insure lUIng coil Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits the Insurance and noney becomes due at tbo time of such transaction for further particulars call on or addoss T IIAKKI9 Phone 72 Ring 3 Stanford Ky Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Esttllo 2i044 Sired by lllcadl Golddo t 4100 by Ooldduit 190 by crmont dam by ZlIcadl an Imp irablan stallion Dorsoy4 Ooldduste dam lorence by Oolden Mlngo Chief a son of loffs Morgan descending from Justin Mor Kn making him an Intensely Inbred Morgan stallion tbo bout family of road hoist known Uorser Oolddnjt Is a dark bay fuJI 10 hands and weighs 1200 pounds A provo en and uniform breeder of high ciao root and Eastern hortos combining all tho ties for harnesiand saddle mid are In demand at Will make the presen colon for approved mares at my farm 2U mile from at S20 to Insure a liv- Ing cot Money due when colt comes or tare parted w- ithQUASI 2127 In French Coach Horse stud took of AmerIca also In Hepubllquo Francolfo naval Natlonaux No 12S43 Imp by M II IchnerAc Co In 1808 Winner of first prize at the National Unlvenal Exposition at arts France In 189798 competing of talllons and unbeaten In America Color bay small star black x lnts IHJ4 hand bllb and weighs 1360 pounds Pojiesslm botb speed and action are breedy raking largo rangy uniform In color and form with unusual step and action Will make the present aeaion at iny farm near Stanford at 810 the season Money tlUO- when service rendered or SIS for a fllng- colt Mnnoy due when colt conies or mart parted with kept at SOc pot week on grass The best of attention given f no respondbllltj for accidents or escapes F Kid Hutton soul C tow now and drossy I o Hoyr- OR GCNTICMCN o 0 d5 AND 4ooyNAME AND PRlCt ON tVtRYPAR THE CROSSETT SHOE iONcw UTRtMt SYlt AT POPUAR PAtulN ClltwNG THt till ONt SHOULD UO fO FIT DUIIBIUTY AND STYLE YOU riND ML THut IN TM- tCROSSETJ SHOEVMADt GROSSETTLE 14I almaYolou Calf or Viol Kid n that will fit your foot and give you 1 COMFORT 5350 CLEAN UP AND IJLY YuiUSFLV SOME FINE NEW Furtiture Carpets China and Japanese Mattings Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames ClJcnWe are te a position to save you IItOMf and 4rready to eonvince you of the facts Our HAM esss brace some of the best thloira in the market Cull andsee u- sWITHERS FURNITURE COMPANY LAMP SALE Beginning March 2d we will close out our line of fine Parlor and LibrarytLamps at COST for CASH Now is 1 your chance to buy a nice lampatawholesaleprice CEO H FARRISci CO StanfonlrKy ALL Sorts of pretty is the vogue jewelryI elties havo been Como in and see the lat est in 1Cloclsl I W H MUELLER Stanford StKy Iih WALTONS OPERA HOUSE APRIL 18 a Matinee and Night Directfrom I ORPHEUM THEATRE New Orleans The Great onkliiHj Vaudeville Slow Prospntlnir high clnss ivflnwl Vaudeville Musical FarceComody They carry their owd nand and Uivhvstra The show has just finished a tWo weeks t run at the rx 1 Theatre Xtw urllnns and comes hero fust an It was pro y f sented then 8 CUItE SEATS AT ONCE PRICES 25 35 and 5O cents GUARANTEED GOOD SHOW a THE INTERIOR JOURNALS r t STANFORD KY Ant 14 1003 In tilling your protcrlpttoni wo use proportlonlnot do bettor If yon paid ui doublo tbo price which Is always reasonable Pone cvi Drug Store PERSONALS JUDGE T L SUELTON has been very UIR C SAUFLBY li down from Rich mondMiss v1 KDLAH TOTTEN ipontEaiterat home COL WOWELOII went to Louis villa Sunday ELD II J PINICERTON was In Lex r lotion lat week MR E T DBAKLEY of HarrcMlabur spent Sunday hero MR J U ORNDORFF of Livingston wai hero Saturday- C 0 CARSON of Liberty attended court hero yesterday Mn JAMES GIIIONY and wife of LIb- erty were hero yesterday MR JOHN W MILLEU of Lancaster took Sunday train for Loulivlllo CLARENCE ELMORB leaves for Cin cinnati today In search of a position J O DENNY of Lexington spent several day with hit brother It G DennyMR MATT WOODSON of Stonoga Va has Joined bli wife at Mr O J Crows UOIIERT CooiER son cf B H Coop er has been dangerously 111 with brain t troubleMR RICHARD MCOHATII of Oarrard was one of the court day visitor yes terday DR W D PENNY and family of Danville spent Sunday with hli mother here JAMS MOCALL of Kansas pont event day with his sister Ire J J McCall MRS DR w w iiunoiN of Richmond U visiting her parent at Crab Orchard Miss JENNIE LYNN of Stanford le- the guest of her brother J 0 Lynn Advocate MISSBS LouIse AND CARRIB HATCH nit of Lancaster wore guests of Mr Leo II SLonoICOL spent Sunday with bll sister Mrs P P Nunnelley DR J K VANAR8DALEpent over al day with his daughter at Hamilton College Lexington i MRS MARY GREEN and Miss Mary William of Uuttouvllle wero guests SpeedP Mary Bg gins and Sue Taylor Wood spent soy eral day In Cincinnati MR J M REYNOLDS of lice Lick was here yesterday and bought a lot of I goods of Robert S Lvtlc MR 0 H PAINE and Miss Louise Paine of Doiton have Joined Mrs Paine at Mr W P Tate MR A A MCKiNNEY of Loulivlllo was here this week mingling with old friend who were glad to tee hip W M MATHENY II enlarging his I homo In the country Will Stone and OD Phillip are doing tbo work BARNES WEAKEN II back from Pa ducah where ho was engaged for tome V time with the PaducAb Transfer Co SENATOR J EMlln ALLEN and Mr Joseph Faulconer of Lexington wore here yesterday en route to Harbour vllle MRS M J MILLER returned Friday from a Q emonln1 visit to her grand daughter loin W R Manlor at Nash vllloL B OWENS has returned from a noted springs resort much benefited In health and lion duty for tbo spring trade In the machine busineUar flrodlburl Democrat MR JS C OOODE who for overal years has been railway and express agent as well as telegraph operator at Eubankt le now engaged at book keeper In the Farmers National Bank of SomereotRepubllcanMR Green KU ver Woolen Mill at Phil was hero Friday and left some 20000 impressions I of Job work Mr Carson Is secretary and treasurer of tho milt company and II junior member of the general mcr chandlilng firm of Combest Carson DRSTBELE BAILEY of Stanford ono of tbo boat physicians In the State patted through Lexington yesterday on route to Parlt where ho will help organize a medical society Col J W Guest the wellknown horseman of Crab Orchard le at the Phoenix Lex DemocratMiss LILIAN PEYTON entertained Tuesday evening at her homo on Edge I wood road In honor of her guest MIt 1 Lena Bruce of Stanford The evening I t which was spent at flinch was one of the truly enjoyable social eventa of the The score cards which were- beautiful handpainted representations of omonir the servo now as dainty eouvenlrla b0ro News I LOCALS FOR RENT Cottage and five acres of land for rent L R lll1lrbolItS CURISMANS cabbage and tomato plants at Higgins is MoKlnnoys s AN Infant of Smith Forman of Lex Ington was brought hero and Interred i BRODIIEAD will have a tbreo days fair beginning Aug 1U I HAVE your millet seed cleaned now C C Wither will do It cbeapIt E L RIIINEHEART batcold hligroc OeorRoDDunn WOOL Wo wipay the highest price fur wool Call and got tick now Carton Peno It We arc keeping up the hfg i etan dard In picture Give us a trial and bo convinced Mettle SacrayIt VatleyDrancbed from four to three cents a mile DONT forget Conkllng1 Vaudeville show at Walton Opera House Satur day afternoon and night See ad Tim ladle of tbo Baptist church cleared 142 60 on tho splendid dinner they set In Severances storeroom yesterday FLOUU and ehl atwholesale price at Carton Pence Dave to have the room for our spring line of vehicles of every delorlpUoDIt MR JOHN A BLAINhasbponed a produce ofllce at McKloney where ho will receive all kind of produce and pay the highest market price YOUR attention I called to the ad vertlteinent of G I N G I Hock who hat just opened a nice barber ihop next door to E M Cormack Son Huston vllle TilE J M property cor ner Main Street and Logan Avenue told at public auction yesterday for 12511 Mr H D Baughman was the purchaser FOR RENT room Lancas tor street and law office formerly oc cupied by W A TrIbble Apply at this office or write to W P Walton Lexington 4t BARN BCRNBD c R Brawner tobacco barn near Jumbo burned Fri day causing a loss of about 1000 He had 1100 insurance In the llartford represented by Jesse D Wearen nORT W eefamiliarly known at Bun was badly hurt by a mule pawing him Friday evening Tbo animal struck bin over the heart and ha was unconscious for several hour FOR SALEAt my farm near Hut tonvllle a Superior wheat drill and lat oat improved Buckeye binder Both now Will toll cheap Call on J B Qonokcr at tbo farm or write John Mc Daniel Burnilde Ky FIRE Squire Jama Raines house burned Sunday morning together with tbo greater portion of its contents It- S thought that tbo roof caught from a park from tbo kitchen stove Do bad no Insurance and the lots which li a considerable one fall heavily on him ON account of thehigh In Ca dap last week jurors and wltnctae could not get to Liberty and most of the easel to be trll at the April term of circuit court there were continued until the August term This U good argument for those who favor the building of bridge over Green river to uto IN the our yesterday the wills of Daniel Uolman Peter Mobley Terry Mobloy and Mr1 Amanda Car son were probated The former orders his property sold and the proceed dl vided among hie children the elder Mobley directs that his children divide bis estate equally among themselves and that they pay hb widow 125 annu ally Terry Mobloy leaves hie entire estate to his wife while Mr Carson leaves her property to tbechlldreo of Mr Sarah Dayton and Joseph K Car eonTills le what Josh tllthcandidate for treasurer said about Mlno Dot J B Wllllt of Crab Orchard Spring to a Louisville newspaper reporter A hotel keeper at Crab Orchard le cer talnly the friend of the candidate He has conducted a hotel for 2 years and has never charged a candidate a cent for board or lodging He claim that candidate have largo enough expense without having hotel bllll to pay and his house Is always open to them When I arrived at bis hotel tbo other day he said Walk right in I am always glad to see candidates I will give you tho bed tonight n which John G Carlisle Joe Blackburn and otbor distinguished democrats have slopt1 HORRIIILE Mr rankMatthews was chopped to death with an ax at Shreveport La and her 10yearold daughter Allene probably fatally wounded There was ovldenco that a criminal assault had preceded the mur der which took placo at night In the room whero tho wouan and daughter were sleeping A Negro whoso clothing was covered with blood was dlscov ored by the police who shot him to death as he attempted to escape The dead woman was a native of Somoraot and a daughter of the late Judge Sim W Hicks She was a cousin of Judge W R Carton of this place and was an excellent and beautlful woman Much sympathy Is felt for the bereaved fam ily hero AND still it rains LOSTagrayovercoat between Freds mill and my home J F Rig neyItMY stock of oncea bal arrived AI so handsome lines of summer lap robes See them J C McCUry A BROTHER of Postal Clerk E U Beasloy of this place died at Mays vllle of smallpox Saturday TUB Ladle Aid Society of thaChrls tlan church cleared I2S on their ex change in Severances storeroom Sat urday FIFTEEN acre of Blue Grace land In the corporate limits of Stanford on the Danvllle pike for rent or sale Mrs M J Miller It J M JOHNSON the Waynesburg produce man has paid out 13700 for chickens eggs and tbo like In the last three months TUB delinquentlist of 1902 will be sold at public auction In front of the court house on Monday May 11 1003 county court dayItTHE next show to theboards at Walton Opera House II The Folks Up Willow Creek which will be pre sented by Frank Davidson strong company on April 28 THE Beaver Creek 011 Gas Co bad another well to come In Satur day Field Manager Sam M Owens left at once for the scene This makes four wells this company has Five more will be drilled TUE L willgive a rate of 1150 per round trip to Cincinnati next Sun day The train will leave Stanford de pot at 6 AI and arrlvp In Cincinnati at 10 AM Returning It will leave Cincinnati at 8 PM TilE rule Issued against Sheriff M S Baughman by Judge CanlrU because the former refuted to serve a a subpoena sent him was easily idjjKt ed Mr Baugbman explained that no fee accompanied the paper and served It when ho bad assurance that ho would be paid for hit trouble It has always been tho custom for money to accom pany such papers THE horse ibow at Hustonvllle Sat urday afternoon drew a big crowd to town Horses were not numerous but those shown were splendid animals D S Carpenter exhibited his great breed er Dignity Dare and several of his colts E P Carpenter Prospect Wm Dodd Gallon and five of hie getall excellent animals with style and ac tion Bob Wood rode the floe addle italllon King Eagle and James C Reid the thoroughbred Bauneman Each of the animals received favorable mention and made patrons for tbelr owners MANAGER WALTON received ames sage stating he could arrange for a school children reception at Walton Opera House next Saturday The fa moue Conkllng Company will give a bargain matinee for scholar and ladle Miss Frankle the child artist of the company will bold a reception on the stage after the matinee Is over She will entertain her little friends by showing them all the many feature of behind the scenes All children will be admlltd to any prfrt of the house for 10 cents adults 25 cent Let the child ren dome We will take good care of them Next Saturday afternoon at 230 April 18 MATRIMONIAL At Torrent W1 Bush aged 58 and Miss Loulto Hatton 10 worn married Darvey Nelton and Miss Ella Will of Harrodsburg drove to Danville and were married W Hubbard of Laurel county and Mil Mattie Smith of Owtloy were married at Lexington OmaA Burton and James Hoary were married at the residence of Cbas Bruncr In Mercer by the old patrl archal Baptist minister David Bruner which makes 2512 couple for whom ho has performed the marriage cere mony He Is In his 05th year Gen Jobn B rdoaof the Confederate army is writing hIe memoirs of tho Civil War extracts of which will appear In Scrlbncrs Magazine beginning with the May number In which will bo published an account of My First Command and the Outbreak of the War The article will bo Illus Crated by Stanley M Arthurs with reproductions from photogra- phsUMBRELLAS Recovered and ropalrod and made almost as good as now for u snail amount I can fix your umbrella twttor than tho tramp repairers and for less money Olvo me a THANK ATKIKS Stanford H C RUFLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call WOOL WANTED thehighestwant your wool E MrOUltMACKPON Ilutonvlllo Ky n j G I N GILLOCKi Proprietor The Tonsorial Art Rooms HUSTONVILLE KY Call In when you want a clean Shave or a Stylish Hair Out I AN ORDINANCE The cIty council of the city of Stanford do ordain as follows That tho North side of Main street In Stanford Kv from the residence property of William Severance excluding It to the residence prop rtv of M P Elmore at the Intersection of Main and Danville streets Including It and also the Fast side of Dan ville street In saId city from the property of M D Elmore above referred to ing It to the residence of Mrs E H elms heirs Including no much of same to a point opposite the entrance of pnedwithbedonelaLion 40 of the Ordinance Bylaws Rules and Regulations for the government of tho paymentsaid work shall be done at the cost of the Improvemfntl The foregoing I a copy of an ordinance adopted April 2nd L R Hcoiirg Clerk GAMBRUNO 7812 Record 229 14 Sheaf Mafgte lUacbroaR s1 aJW Qtmntt p sai- ono at UStwSired by Gambetia Wilkes 219 l4iSir louieLortttEmma Offott rat i 2 lite I i dam Death JiM of OTO iset ie 119 ii Jc nl C a w bjr AJntahtrator wrM- Geveaadl s dam Miry Etmore Jam of MauJ clamIIoY Sur Davta 4 by Drawn poet splenJWformny arm on the Lancaster plies 4 mites from Danville At 815 to Insuro a Living Colt Money see when tuft tfoaled GanhfUM has two In the IHt and wW prods Wets byduhna uyeareU dttvlllr Dr Sfotkt la tMrd beat In I a 11 raontbI at U to insure a UVkie CDI Not r for Accidents BAUOIIAWSPhe 1 IN0aces THE CONDITION 0THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE AT HU8TONVILLE In the Statef KeotBckymi the de f wtlDt s Apr sib iNR- ESOURCES Lout and diBtIt12lIT OT Overdraft soured and oui curcdn ISS8 TS U S Uotidt to tecutt circui U iM njKO Ou Stuck sccurlilcs ew 1041 Ou Hanking House lurpltuie and blurca SJWO 00 Dui roan National nDkUII Reset AICDII IflM 51 Due Irom Slat flanks and tanker lIOil al- hitsrem approve ttcMnr agenun HHS SS Check and ether cash IIcmH t 00 00Frctcent 199 OS lalul bloRevetve lu U nk VII SORcJtntpuon5 per aunt af ciicuUiion 916 W- TtaL 35LIAHILItlaaCapital stock paid in HiOO 00- Surplut road 19UWJ 00 UcdivMrd profit Icsi cxpcnirs an 04NationalHue to ether Natlunu bnks 8MI 41 DIM to State flanks and lInen Ml K- IndirUuai deposit subject lu eheck11175735 35d W H NTUCEYtCeunlyot II I J W llocker oubltr of the above named Hank do solemnly swear tlut the above itatemenl u true to the bust vt uir knuwiedgt and belief J tyIlucg15OahterS- ubscribed and sworn to bsioro me thit lath dAY 01 Apr 1M4 J f loons N P L C My Cowmlulon expire s March IK HXW OurreUAttrst T J ItaBUiMiN liuwaau AU KV V Director IL BROWN j The Chicago only 35 Why pay 3100 whon V tlio Chicago will do as troll last as long and i works easier than tho 100 typowritor Lexington Bicycle Works State Agents perfectionClothing r For youths nmj children Our stock of this cele brated brand of Clothing is fresh with the choicest creations of fashions for Boys and young men Bring the boy in anti let us dress him up- i Cummins S McClary THE JI I oJjIIr16ist ITItAJ PASSED INABOTM JR Naboth Is a bay with beery muns and tall with good bone plenty of style and finish and has extreme If worked would step as feat an old NHboth his sire Ho Is over IS hands high weights 116 pounds and only 1ytarnold U1a May lIe is I by the Nnboth dam bv MeMeoeer Chief Jr second dam Crlt third dam Thoroughbred Naboth will mako tho season of 1001 at our stable lu at the low price of 812 50 to Insure a living colt- lunevduo when colt Is foalel or mare laictradedorremovedfromNils 08 111s 7JIj e U I o LU4 scmLQQg cu aQV 0 e CZ 0 tcI Vtc1 I Spa o R to sic o d Ud 01G m = e CIenGov OQ iii pc I 8Us o0ca G zg f r- E o w EM BROKE II t Ji beautiful dark wellknown First Stanford The Day Has Passed To sell inferior groceries at full prices The man who attempts to do this falls to realize that the shopping ie gifted intelligenceThe I offer the quality Ac show that I do appreciate the fact that people want the best and demand value for their money I faithfully promise to give both value und quality fresh neat aud clean J W PERRIN tlic Grocert110 Slain St Stanford Ky Gilt Edge Jr SADDLE STALLION Dark bay 1H hinds high lira proven himself H breeder of IIntelaseNdtJlo horse Ho was sired bv tillt Bilge he by On Time Pint dam by Donny Drennon tad dRill by Onitotta Telegraph better known as the Ballard horse Gilt Edge Jr will make the season of IPOS at my stable one mile from Ircachenvllle on the Preachersvllle and Stanford pike at 1800 to Insure a living colt D M ANDERSON Freachcravllte Ky r t a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Uttered n the post opke at Stanford at nondclcu matter 3r ablSshtiTuSaysad FrtcSVI- Iu 1 PERYEAR CASH arTCntn not sopsldosop will beehsnted KNOXVILLE DIVISION o 21 Train going NortbU4Imo2 MH 2101 In o25 It It SonthHH1217ImN-o2S It HH12S2pm FORRENT My storeroom recently oceupled byWm Severance Will rent foroneormoreyeiinJ Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Bargains Fresh line ot Groceries and Cakes Etc lust received Highest market prices for Butter Egg e Give him a call lug of Dry Goods Notions Gents Fur nUtilng Goods Etc lust added to my stock THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of sargtoal and oliraalc diseases and for con inflation hoard and nnnlng shall bo cash in advance weekly and monthly Profas lonal bills Sue when services are rendered and must M paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Salo Stable Liberty Kyt Drummers JUgs a specialty High Grade Horses and Mules bought sold Feed horses receive personal attention Tra for j 1 ice OEALCR3 IN WhlSkU Brandu Wines Beer JtGUCarpenter Cloietto DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt and polite attention Nothing but the tee to drink Mill phone cr telegraph orders receive crompt attention J D Wearen Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of row York the largest In the world Assets Surplus as regards holders 59430013 69 Farm property in Casey Garrard and Lln coin counties Phone 21 R B Mahony Insurance flpentais 81871003612 Stanford Kentunkv Insurance flQent Fire Life Accident and Tornado None hut the larg est aud best companies represented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Offlco at J It Beazleys Livery Stab- leDFORps r BLACKDRAUGHT CONSTIPATION Constipation is nothing more a and nothing less than vitalstag nation or death if not If every constipated sufferer nllowinrpoisonous system he would soon relief Constipation invites all kind of Headaches bilious ness colds and other ail ments disappear when consti rated arerelieved Thed fords BlackDraught thoroughly cleans out tho bowels an and natural manner without the purging of calomelor other vio Be sure that Ret the original Thedfords made by Tho Chattanooga Jledi clue Co Sold byall druggists in 2i cent Md X100 packages cafe Irk tai 5 1001 markDraught thladtraur ether Uxallr J thlnV 1 could never W able to work without It OB arresst of below troubled with ronitiptioB Your medicine U sit that keep imeap G li BtFlULL A HAIR BALSAM Cltuuri and bnotlrlei the hair nxnotei a honest a pith- everI Fells to Butore Gray halt to It Youthful or Uini k Itllklg aaand5IAAUi Dni8Vl tl HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE OR RENTt1 will sell the Bronaugri cotut n Uncatter Sttttt within one squat of Court house ruoJ cistern and C rJen ttUcheJ thwp If not sold In 10 days win rent same IhlsyearR b Orchard Ky Hemp Seed For Sale I A limited amount of strictly nice clean cultivated Hemp teed of late Importation for sale For and terms address BANKH HUDSON Lancaster Iy MILLINERY Please call ami see our complete line of Ladies Misses out Childrens hats in rear of post oflico building MRS G SINGLETON WOOL WHNTED I I will pay the highest mar mot price for 50000 pounds- of Wool Call anti got sacks J H BOONE Livery Feed and Salo Stable Depot St Stanford Ky J+ G+ McGLY UNDmBr AltER EM BALSIER And Doalosi ID 3ABNESS SADDLES 60 Stanford Ky J Le Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmors J8SS ALSO DBALIas to Furniture MattingeRuger- hay will Exchange Furniture for all kinds ol Stock Gin them a call Prices right dTANFORD KENTDOK TREASURY DEPARTMENT Owes or Cosinnoujjn or TUB ComiEncr Washington DO March 3 1003 WHEREAS by satisfactory evidence pre sented to the undersigned it has been made to appear that The National flank of Hus tonvllle located In the town of Huitonvllle In the county of Lincoln and State of Ken tucky has complied with all the provisions of the Act of Congrts to enable National tanking Associations to extend their cor porate existence and forother purposes ap proved July ltu 1892 Now therefore I William D Kidgelv Comptroller of the Currency do hereby certify that The National Bank of Huston vllle located In the town of Huston vllle In the County of Lincoln and State of Ken tucky Is authorized to have succession for tho period specified In its amended articles of association namely until closo of business on March 3 1023 In testimony whereof witness my lined and seal of ofllco this third day of March 1903 SEAL WM D RIDOELY N22017 Comptroller ot the Currency DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache orXldneYICUREBladder Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necctunry wrlto Dr Kenuet Ito has spent a life tlmo curing Just suck caseaasrours All consultation ree Dr Fcnncri Kidney and nackacho wire itliocauioof bolnit allvo today I had lelinandI weigh v11 McaCQIN Ollvo Furnace 0 DrueiebfOel Aik for Cook Hook Free STVITUSDANC Suro Cure Circular Dr Icnuer rcdoolaN HERE AND THERE Firo ti liumllville Ky dcalrOed properly valued at J25000 Two moo were klled by the col1alSO of a building Harnsbnrg Va Charles McKint of Bedford Iowa IIbot his wife and when pressed by polico shot himself A national federation of Catholic so cletles I H planned by Arcltbubop lililey of New York lion John Campbell for twelve oars Mayor of Des llolnlf la died aud donly of paralysis Bruin Marcum was wild into slavery at Jackbon for six months for iO 50 undor the vagrancy law Tie main building of Edward Col lige at Austin Tex was destroyed hI fire with a loss of 176000 One po woman and four Italians wero injured in a riot at Chicago which grew out of an election argument Two English warships collided in Ibe Mediterranean sea and it will cost 350000 to repair the damage David M Djbgo one of Bourbon countys most prominent farmers dropped dead at his homo near Paris One Negro was killed and two 1101lee1 men badly shot during a quartet over a teat at a circus at Henderson N C At Lexington James W Bess conTlot ed of the muider of Mrs Martin was tontenced to be hinged on June 12 During a wedding reception at Dulutb Minn Mrs Hannah Matson one of tho uo8ts was accidentally shot and kl1ed In the Estlll county Circuit Court Nelson Emery was entenc d to sixteen fears Imprisonment for the murder of his lather J D Taul of Ohio county was tbrown from his buggy In a runaway oaurod by a dog His skull was tinctured and he lied from his injuries lit F Vanartdall of Harrodsbu Iressed like a fashion plate was senton ed to eighteen months in the penltfutia it Lexington for obtaining money tlndor also pretenses Heavy fighting between gOTOrnme troops and rebels is reported from San Xxningo The government troops attacked the city of San Domingo held b evolutionists without success At Kansas City Mrs Amanda Wi tame fatally shot Carroll Nix as he alept in his boarding house The woman had been deserted by her husband and bad followed Nix a former sweetheart PAINT LICK James Murry sold a lot of sboattt at OQ Bora to the wife of John W Smith a fine boy Mrs WlliU Adams and Ill lo daughter Elizabeth are the guest of her slater Mrs Jack Adams Miss Elizabeth Best gale an Eaitc bunt Saturday morning that was very joyablo for the children Louli Hlce woo the prize fading more elrge tban any of the rest Chaillno Ruck- er won the second prize William Qantley and Bob Ball of- Clar county are guests of Mr Jams Murrv H L Wallace has accepted a laltlon as cashier for tbo Mcnefe e posit hank at Frencuburg and will leave May let Miss Bollo Weiner a tong lady of much style Is trlmmlo for Mrs Malllo Ely Mrs Jack Adam II very sick AN ICE STOVE A telegram from asblngton says Put some more Ico 10 the stovewe must keep cool II- likely to be an oilheard remark In tbe- Dear future Prof Willis Moore chief of the Weather Bureau announced today that his invention for cool In rooms would soon be put oo the market Ele calls his apparatus tbo Novo Spell it backward It Is a reversed over a contrivance for cooling Instead of beMlng It looks like a stove toeing a cyltDder of copper or galvanized Iron vILh a door midway of Us height Dreak up 100 pounds of Ice to the blzi of furnace coal and mix It lo a tub wits 150 pounds of salt Shovel the mIxture Into the Nevo open the pipe to let outl- obe thawed water at the bottom and ID- a ibort tlmo your room will be at s comfortably cool temperature From- tbe stove comes dry clean washed all of the temperature of 18 degrees Fab reDbelt Makes A Clean Sweep heros nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the salves you ever heald of Bucklens Arnica Salve Is the- best It sweeps away and cures Burns- Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 25c and tranleed to give satisfaction by all Druggllts owls announces that U Is for the- beltlnterelt of Zion that be take a IOD K rest U would be for the beet Interests of humanity If ho were to go to- bll final rest or give U a rest He Is a naro and a delusion unkindly remarks theedltor ofthe Lexington Democrat At an art sale In New York Saturday picture entitled Floating Ice sold for 3600 If pictures of It are selling at such prices It Is painful to tblnk- wbat the cost of real Ice Is going to be- next summer Chicago News I tesasslnatlont are Increasing In AI- baDia and 50 Christians are reported killed by Mueeelmon In one district Turkey fears complications with Rus sla on account of the troubles TUB Lexington Democrat Is glvlm free to every new subscriber a very useful and valuable present In the shape of a map of the world of tbt United States and of Kentucky will Interesting and Important data beside the fags and arms of all nations flit pictures and autographs of the pros dente etc Tbo maps were made ex prctsly for the Democrat and are read- Ily worth the price charged for tbo pa per Send 15 for n years subscription or M for sljrrnontbi and you will roo colvo ono postage prepaid It Is the most complete map and chart we have overseen T Danger of Colds and Grip The greatest danger from colds and grit is their resulting in pneumonia Yl roe uonttblo care Is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is tnkonall dan get will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these diseaees we have yet to learn of a single casa having resutcd In pneumonia which shows conclusively that it is a cer lain preventive of that dangerous illfceaje It will cure a cold or an attack of the grip in less time than any other treatment It Is pleasant nnd safe to take For sale by Oralg locker U C V RRUNION New Orleans May 1022 The Queen b Crescent Route has made a special low rate for the benefit of the veterans and their friend who anttolpste attending this meeting Tickets will be on sale May 1621 goal returning until May 31 1IHK Privilege of extension until June 16 Ask your nearest Uek t agent for inrUsHilars or write W U RlBiarson BPA Sir Charles Tupper the noted Caaa llan statesman now Si years old Is the sole survivor of the conference of Canadian etatcsmen who welded the tattered British oolonlita of North imerjca Into a powerful and oowpre icoslvo dominion w And now our old lime friend Meek lv hat Joined the silent majority What f Meekly dead l No married n MILLINERY NOTICE Mrs Iingand MUs Hlgglns of Crab rchird have lust returned from the eu IIltb a select stock of SPUING and SUMMRU ILLINEKY and the lets style In dres asking They wilt be glad to hue the idle call and examine their stock A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky ffieoT r UcBoborUDrui Star nib Owtltj Unlldlni DR Ps W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office in Myors House Flats NOTICE It you think of building or repairing we can save you money on your material All kinds of heavy framing lengtt berated poplar siding floor hardwood I culllnn casings bole or cornice boards veranda posts and bracket bored anll turned stairway newel plasterer lathes white oak fencing black gum or chestnut hosing Write for prices IIUMIIIUKV I1U09 Ilartwell Ky FOR SALE DetkaW haul In Danville laving locate hi th west IUI on TUESDAY APRIL ulh seer- at t odeck p lb on the premltts Mil I the Maher bidder II not toU before crlvat y my pea No tlE sale ttnet large muiern hotne ol I rooms btIk bath room attic cloKU and iorche + Ueautifulpheme with all raoJtrn Improvements ao1 comparatively new Goo sable two cltternt larr Barden oaf gooi variety of fruit luly lawa all up loJat home and on the best street M town Will toe plHH1 M slaw anyone tIM place before s of eeie Enill5h Aug S JOt1NSTONC fMcCorinatk Son Dealers in Groceries Hardware Harness Furniture and Country Produce- In the Jas Frye stand tlustonville Also Agents for Osliornc line of Implements I PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm IH miles east of Moreland known as the J M Outer Br arm and being deslrfus of going West I will on WEDNESDAY APRIL ISlh 1003 on the premises sell at public outcry to the ilghest and best bidder the following de crlbed personal property 1 Two brood mares 8veanold I good amtlv horse 0yeariold 1 rood 2yearold hone mule 4 extra milk cows 4 1 iyoarold heifers good stock 1 2ycar steer calves 1 twohorse wagon near Iy new a buggy and harness 1 twine binder nowlng machine plows barrows and other arming Implements too numerous to men Ion Ocmpleto set of blacksmith tools 50 barrel ot corn bacon from 8 hogs house hold and kitchen furnltbre all nearly now tavlng been used about a year conslst ng of a parlor suite 1 nice bed room set odd bed steads bureaus odd chain cook- Ing stove all sorts of chinaware washing and churning machines In fact everything a successfcl farmer and housekeeper Terms made known on day of sale BENJ WOOLDUIDOEMorolsnJ Ky r SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK AT The New York store Corsets worth 25c at 17c Corsets worth 7ou l1lllnt 37c Whalebones nt fio a hunch Ponrl buttons at 5c ft dozen Iorcnlus nil glirulos rind yard wide at 5o yard Big Line of Laces Will be sold This at YOUR OWN PRICESt We will pay lie n dozon for eggs or Ie MORE 1 on the dozen than any merchant in town The New York Store Noxt Door to Lincoln County National Bank Who Shall Fill 111 should be but one to consider in decidingt whore to take your Prescri tons and taint is Where are the boat Drugs and most accurate compounding to bo haul No motive or influence should bo allowed to weigh against it When you do this wo shall expect to servo you AY hen we till your proscriptiion every thug that enters into it hits the exact potency tho physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug StoreStanford J Paxton Lit 8 O Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids Urtr U torpid sod fails to do Its vori Sfl rWbeDthe the blood u a virulent poison Thee N pauoa bUlouiatM sick bejuUebe Ursrs and malaria be only treatment that give the Um just the right tooth and stars Natures vote la rte nib nbnaeru rAfONS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIC PELLETS The touches the lifer and Ws pellets tons Ue J synius S3 doee for f days cat 3ants and nn few your ewe 1s ngljr bad you i wlU be wen before you snub them jtBanrJ free Fo- rder ul all FOR SALE BY W B MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STOKE W B McROBERTST- HE o DRUGGIST Has Spring Styles of WALL PAPERBest Mixed for any Purpose First National Bank at Stanford ICY Capital Stock 50000j This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Bank In 1193 then reorganized as the National thank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorganized as the First National Balk of Stanford In I88J having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 ear It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact tl lnjt bulnelll promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Directors B Owsley U Shanks I W Walker Ceo W Carter J ptn areae4 Successors to The Farmers flank Trust Company and under same SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneilclal Stanford fl Ku 11 There question e 1 l New Ready PAINT Officers J B UOOKEll Prest J L MCHOI1EHT3 Ohr W II WEAKEN Dk- prDlr8ctors 1JK L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford B H Ilanghman Stanford T P Hill StanfordwJas J H Ilaucbman Stanford W P Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY mm BANK es- bf STOCK 9SOOOO ICAPITJU continuouslyfor Officers B n SHANKS II President J D OWSLEYCashier iW M BRIGHT Asst Cashier a