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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yr I SEMI=WflflKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 17 1903 SAM NO 14 S TEA TERSVILLE Mr Nath Doffle bought of Ed ovens CO floe fencing poet at 12Io Bro Bruce tilled hll appointment at Buckeye Saturday and Sunday Mines Ida Ray aod Mollie Brown of the Klrkivlllo icbool visited their parents Saturday The farmers teem to be very much dlicoursged on account of the wet weather but we should bavo filth The Aid Society of the Buckeye church hold an auction Saturds afternoon abd tome extra One cakes woreI lotd The highest one brought 1185 and the lowest 05e The good ladle will continue these sales every second Saturday Mrs Blanche Itay and little daughter Willie Fyoo wero the guests of Mrs Herod Ray Saturday and Sunday Mr Hugh Curtis and Bro Handle vII Itod Robert Long at Buckeye Mica Cora and Nora Long were the guests of their brother Robert Long Mrs Cruel It visiting her deter Mri Joo Pierce who hal n One girl Mr For cit Curtis cud family visited Mr aodI Mr HIram ltsy Mr John Fayne 01I Mich Ulo for a few weeks visit 10I friend and relatives Renlher Ray and wife wore the guests of the form er parents Sunday Mu Jtbn Walker It with her daughter Mu Samuel Cotton who It very tick Mrs Mary Bogle U among the lick Mrs T OI Rill 1s very tick with grip Miss Pauline Foster and MisiGeorglo Ry pent the day at Lancaster shopping a HUBBLE G A Swioebrjud told a pair of work mute for 9275 Speaks b Adams law mill Ii now running ol the Cook place- S M Suoontmore la putting a fence around his yard and avenue A C tartnan U arranging to orna L O Hubble sold to D N Irewlt 60 hogs of his own raising at 1006 moot his new dwelling with a veranda About 1600 dozen iggi have boon shipped from this place In the last SO days Small crowds ba attended the protracted meeting at the Methodist church on account of the Inclimont weather Bro Tinder who has been lulled to the Lancaster church will preacb at l the Christian church here ai Bro Moore did Mr and Mr James Robinson are expecting their ion George lo from New Mexico about the middle of May All will bo glad to tee him back again A number of young people attended Easter lervlcci at the Catholic church In Daovlllo Sunday Min Love Rankin hai returned home after a pleasant visit here with friends and relatives Grover Cleveland discussed the No gro In the South at a meeting hold In Now York last night lo the Interest of Tuikegeo InHUuto Uo paid tribute to the peoplu of the South for their of forts In the Improvement of the Negro and advocated education ai the best permanent aid for the black A crowd of armed men forced th company constructing an electric railway a at to discharge 60 Italian laborers Bloodshed was averted only by the official of the company acceding to the flemintf for the dtimli sal of the Italian O E Page a cigarette fiend lulclt cd In Cincinnati tt Isleep well enough al night And the blamedest appetite Ever mortal man possessed RIley farmer Ii tile very picture of a man advanced is tan yet In the enjoy appetitethe chief factors In a ageLireby food when it is digested and assimilated dJgeetionCalI of nutrition which soon shows itself in physical Weakness nervousness sleeplessness etc Doctor t Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and It strengthens the in the only way posiWebye- nabling the as of the nutrition extracted from food I used ten bottles of Dr Metre1 OoMen Medical Discovery ofhisa year air thl nrlnl and have bad no trouble with lDdintloD ainu oi writes Mr W T Thompson of Townsen- nroadwater U Co Uonlana s fall to to bow thankful I am for the relief at I bad iuf feted ao much and U seemed that tbe doctors r mold do me no ROOd I cot down In weight to us pounds anilwu not able to work at eli on the farm a n nearlyve mmendedyous toed work due to aertral and thall alwAY have a good word to say for Dr Pierce and tie medicine + The Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages in paper covets Is sent freer oa receipt ai onecent stamps to pay expense mailing only AddreM Dr RV PIerce DufJalo N y CRAB ORCHARD I MUsSallli McWbwr closed a iuc oeeelul term of school last Friday Rev Ferris preached two enj ivablo sermons at the Christian church Sunday Mesr D O Payne and F J Geliel are making some Improvements on their homes In town The Odd Follow have had tbe cetne tery bill clcapeo lately Mr Ramsey superintended the work and made quite a nlcej tb of It May the good work gobrarelyon Enter morning was quite spring llke Toe ladle wore out In their pretty new hats and without any wraps In the afternoon It was showery and a heavy laU ot ball surprised our little olty Mrs J Q Collier received a tile gram Tuesday morning telling of tbe tilling at Lebanon Junction the night boforaol her nephew Jack Melvin Illremain will bo taken to London for Interment Tbe committee appointed to make arrangement to tuupjpy a savor for this year earnestly request the dea COOl nod member s of the Baptist churcb to attend a bulocn tneeilQK there next Sunday at 1030 oclock A M Since the bard wind storm which damaged the old stable on Lancaster street Mr Buchanan has bad It lorn down making quite an Improvement In tbat part of town One or more other buildings deserve tbo same fate It would make our town present u more atlraotlve appearance to visitor NMlit Phillips la the attractive guest of her brother Dr Phillip Mel dime Elder and Burgle of Richmond 1 wer hero to tee their mother Mrs F Hdmliioo who was 111 Miss Llule Ueailey was visiting hero Sunday Mr Will Brooke made the Lomefolks a short visit a few day ago Leo Bean t of West Liberty brought his hand some wife here to stay awhile on ac count of her health She Is a guest olr Mr O Cover Little Sue Beth and George Andrew James were vlittlng relatives here Miss May MaRco anc little brother John are down from Livingston on a visit to their grand mother Mrs Jane Hutchinson and daughter Mute have moved to he brother flarve Foley to live SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured By One Bottle Of Cham borlalns Cough Remedy II hen I had an attack of grip lau winter the second one I actually cured mysell with one botlle of CUsmberlains Cough llomedy says Freak W Perry editor of the Enterprise Shortivlllo N Y This ii the honest truth I at times kept from coughing myself to pieces b taking a teaspoonful this remedy abd when the coughing spell would come on at night I would take a dose and it seem cd that In tho briefest interval the cough would pus off and I would go to sleep perfect y free from cough and its accompanying pains To say that the remrdv puteI or could knockout the grip simply because I had never tried it for such a pur IKUU but it did and it teemed with the secoud attack of coughing the remedy caused It to not only be of lets duration but the pains were far less severe and Ii had not used the contents ofone bottle before Mr Grip bid mo adieu For eac by Craig A Hotikfr MANAGER WALTON received a nee sake stating ho could arrange for a school children reception at Walton Opera Houie next Saturday Tbo fa moue Cookllng Company will give a bargain matinee for scholars sod ladles Mill Fraokle the child artist of lobe company will hold a reception on lobo stage after the matinee is over Sho will entertain her little friends by showing them all the many features of behind tbo stenos All children will be admlttd to any part of the house for 10 cents adults 25 cecti Let the children come We will take good care of them Next Saturday afternoon at 230 April 18 Grip Remedies In Groat Demand When colds and grip BID prevalent the quickest and surest remedies are In great demand Mr Joseph D Hllliams of UcDuff Va says he was cured of a ver deep and lasting attack of la grippe busing Chamberlains Cough Remedy aft trying several other preparations with no effect For sale by Craig d Rocker A letter has ben received from Lu olen Nelson who disappeared from Benderion county Be writes that his traveling alone and will probably bo seen In 1006 The letter only serves lo increase the anxiety of his parents who fear be has been kidnapped The best physic Chamberlains StomI ach and Liver Tablets Easy to take pleasant In efleect For sale by Craig d Ilocker IDr W F V Bartlett aged 72 died In Lexington of paralysis Wednesday NEWS NOTES Brothers married sUtori In ti double wedding In Hopkins county Col Thomas William former Con Rresimao trait Alabama Is dead Five thousand people gathered at Henderson to see tbe monitor pass I Wm Q Freeman a bank cashier wai found dead In bed at Clarksburg WVa Tbo fiscal court of Clinton county bas ordered cew court house to cost 110000 Five men were killed and two severe ly burned by a gas explosion lo a mine at Carooo I T A cowboy breakfast has been decided on as a feature of tbe Presidents visit to Hugo Col Fire In the Beaumont oil fields do stroyed all but 23 of the rig and der ricks oo Splndlotop I D P Ewing paid tbe Scott county Uca court SIOO to permit him to bo t 3 Q countys treasurer Annie Davis an Oensborn Ncgrees accidentally shot and killed herself with her husbands pistol Because hIt wife had left him for safety Charles Jneear of Brooklyn beat out his babes brains on a stove Luolen Nelson the Henderson county boy who disappeared from home has been located lie left of Cis own ac cordA Chicago man who has been love tlgatlng says that the chorus girl was known in Homers time lied Is 3000 years old A mob at Jopllo Mo broke into the jail aod securing a Negro suspected of murdering a policeman hanged him to a telgraph pole City Attorney Clarence May of Smlthland died as the result offe blow on the head with a bate ball bat In dieted by a small boy Cotton for future deliveries made new high price records May and July advanced loci to eight points andtalor deliveries advanced 12 to 22 points Tbe attorney for Jim Howard are making strenuous efforts to show that Henry Youtsey or Dr W H Johnson fired lobo shot that killed Joy William Gocbel 5 Miss Rebecca J Taylor the woman- r clerk discharged from the war depart mane for criticising the administra tion has fallen heir to a fortune of 1300000 George Honoakcr a prisoner In the Wood ford county Jill at Versailles at tempted to commit suicide by swallow log seven capjules filled with powder cd glass Postal receipts of the Parse poet ofilce for the year ending March 31 were over 111000 which U 11000 more than re qulred by tbe postal law to entitle Par It to tree delivery of wall Wm Adams Son the Lexington monument men who secured the con tract for the Gospel monument say It 1will be ready for the unveiling In a years time or possibly ten Atlanta has made a tentative offer of 11000000 as an endowment fund toes cure the removal of the Southern Bap list Theological Seminary from Louis vllle to the Georgia metropolis Col Roger D William and Maj J Embry Allen of Lexington have faces designated by Coy Beckbain to raps sent Kentucky as aides on tbe staff of the grand marshal of the parade at St Louis on April 30 Frank Cecil one of the witnesses in the Howard trial gave Taylor offered him 12500 and a pardon to kill Goobol Ho told of meetings In Power ofllce whore be says It was planned to end the contest with violence Gen Baldwin commanding the Da pmmenl of Colorado has been called upon by the war department to explain an alleged Interview In which he field It made no difference If Negroes and Fil tplno were killed In battle Fresh charges are constantly being added to the accusations against pot oflico department offclali A Ball more woman who claims to have loaned 1300 to Superintendent Machen says she was finally put on the pay roll aa a mechanic In the Baltimore postof fice Robbed The rave A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as follows rIwee in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue aodrno y by day Three physicians had given me up Then 1 was advised to uio Electric Bitters to my great joy the fret bottle a decided improvement I contin IImldo use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed tho grave of another victim No one should tell to try them Only 60 cents j guaranteed all drug lltorelIThe 100th anniversary of tbe birth of Thomas Jefferson was observed at Washington by tho Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association Addresses were delivered at a banquet by Senator Hoar W J Bryan Charles Every Smith aod other prominent menI IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Burnsldo bee beta assured of a new depot and an Increase of train service Mrs Susan A Price of Lancaster celebrated her 89 birthday by a family reunion and sumptuous dinner From January 31 1002 to April 1 1003 1793 lessee were recorded In the office of the county clerk of Knox W A Bottom a saloonkeeper of Lawrenceburg was fined 1200 for iuf faring slot machines oo his premises The body of Mr Frank Mathews who was foully murdered at Shreve port La was burled al Somerset where she ttfeni her younger days E L Goodwin bas been appointed pmmsster ai Barton Whitley county Walker Gattlneau at Bent Pulsskl conni Frank Atwood al Ed Ceeey county and Lucy Davidson al Hector Clay county The stock of groceries of the firm of Geolrv Farrle sir Mooefoe Is being In voiced preparatory to being turned over to Messrs Durham S Cecil who will run both the Cecil and the Model stores Danville News James H Lawrence ooo of the most prominent citizens of Boylo county died tl his home in the Southern part ot tbe county after a short illness ot pneumonia He was 81 years of age and bad been living oo the same farm all his life- William Turner Sidney and Serd Baker whoso ages range from 18 to 20 jointly Indicted on the charge ot mur uerlng William Coyle were tried at Richmond and tbo two Bakers acquit ted The jury failed to agree on a ver dlctlo Turners case Capt Jack Melvin was accidentally shot and killed at Lebanon Junction While talking to J B King the let ters plate fell from his pocket die charging Itself on the floor Tbe bs entered the bowels and ranged upward He was hurled at London Tbo electric street railway franebie- for tbe period of 20 years was sold at a meeting of tbo city council of Some set to Judge Faulkner and Attorney Ferrlll of Lexington who were repre seating as agents the traction compa ny that proposes erecting a trolley lino between Somerset and Monllcello they having previously purchased Ihe franchise In Monticello A Shrevepqrl La special says Etc dents hero are beginning to believe that Ed Porter who was killed by ofll core was not the man who assaulted and murdered Mrs Alice Matthews A white man Is suspected and the dls irlcl attorney is conducting an Invest gallon Blood spots on the clothing have been accounted for the statement that be bad that vo morning been butchering cattle woman living near the Matthews home stated that OD the eight of the murder she beard a scream from the Matthe homo and law a white man run in the alloy HUSTONVILLE James Frye shipped a carload of lat ewes to Cincinnati Geo mae shipped a car of hogs- Anderson fe RIcofl Comedy and Min strel Co will hold the boards at Al corns Opera House next Monday and Tuesday nights Several horse buyers bavo been with us this week Among tbe sales made were three by George Alford at 1135 to 1175 to J B McKee of Sbelbyvllle and one to Mr Mackln of Lebanon Hawkins Bishop has returned borne having completed his second term at Louisville Medical College Perry Neal leaves this week for Woodvllle Utah where he will make his future homeMcCormack S Son are opening a fu furniture lino In connection with the grocery and hardware business Thla is another business that was badly needed hero and wo predict that suc teas will attend their efforts In this as well as other lines Tbe coral builder were royally oat tertalned at tbe hospitable homo of Mr and Mr C W Adams on Monday evo nlng from 7 to 11 Toe program con listed of music recitations and a mosl elegant lunch all of which were grey- ly enjoyed by the 108 guests present Late reports from Vicksburg state that Howard Camnltz our coming twirler has pitched half of two amee there both of which furnish evidence that be has his right arm with him an Is doing phenomlnal work with ll On hit only was made off of his new curve- and not a score A Greatlsensatlon There was a bigsenatlon in Lceaville Ind when wn Brown of that pla who was expected to die bad his Iii ril saved by Dr Kings New Discovery t Consumption Be writes I endured 1 n sufferable agonies from Asthma but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complot cure Similar cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are nu merous Its tbe peerless remedy for ii throat and lung troublea Price SOc an 11 Guaranteed by all Druggists Trl bottles free I The Best Clothes We wont say that they are found at The Globe but you will say so after you have inspected our Spring Goods Now ideas in Clothing and Neckwear White Vests Etc IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEt Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back If youre not satisfied TeU MILLER DanvillB Ku Buggies Wagons 11ilJR HASELDEN GARDEN SEEDS We have anIMMENSE stock of garden seeds both in bulk and package We have Burpees Ferrys beLirabunt and Ferrys in pacltage rySveet Peas Nasturtian White nice pop corn and the best varieties of early corn in bulk Plenty of yellow white and hill onion sets Como early goodt0second crop HigginsMKinneySTANFORD C Byesand to guard against badly fitting Lenses you should Have Them TestedAt least once a year If your glasses have become scratch eyeIrchanged as soon as you dont see as as you used toIthrough them Craig Hooker buys a pair Eclipse Shoes Wo have 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 EVERGREDNSBnlhum Fir American Spruce Arbor j 1VItAB Magnolias 1Floral on short notice Nodding and Vegetable Fleets of sIl kinds In seasonal Phone a rlag3 tjI JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford n n w i Surries Road I Lancaster Ky II and 1I1reAre constantly changing well 350 GREENHOUSE STJtNFORDIII IVIENSDSHOES fronteCrab 11KyI ttaA JOvc J DENTISTII 3fflcflflveriligtinfl A McKlnneyi StanI Telephone rio 91 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 E C WALTON HENRY M BOSWORTH A Is a canJUate for State Treasurer subject to the pri mary election May 9 tgoj ant solicits the support of- aU democrats J F HOLDAM Is a c nJliite for the Democratic nomination for Cir cult Clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party r M F NORTH Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the ac ties of the put r J M ALVERSON Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resentative of Lincoln county subject to the action of be partyl Democratic Ticket 1aFor Railroad Commissioner 1 I C C MCHORD F t For Circuit Judge r M C 8AUFLEY 1 For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR It TOE Pennsylvania Legislature bas- paned a libel bill which will be a thine t of joy to certain politicians Senator Penrose Quays colleague In the SeD- ate appeared personally In the lobby at HarriaburR and steered the republi can majority In acting on the bill The f ti bUlls very eavago on cartoons It pro hibits the publication of any likeness or caricature of any Individual without his coDBCtt in writing A picture of a thief reproduced from the rogues pal lery cannot bo reproduced unless he Is willing The bill also applies to all personal Intelligence and news making the publication of even ordinary per sonal Items a misdemeanor unless with the assent of the person whose name Is used The governor has signed the bill but Its validity will be tested reigns and the Government at JGOD still lives was said on a occasion And so it does inow though the President aid Con f greeeare absent and the supreme court I is going to adjourn for the summer next month And the people are get ting along juet as well as they would if the whole complicated establishment r 1Gae at work making new offices and If renting rooms for the oQlceholders Every Rood citizen should look upon p the omclal exit from Washington with V pleasure It teaches a good lesson There Is too much notion that we are essentially dependent on government f There are millions and millions of peo pIe who run the whole course of their I natural liven wlthout eyer feeling the 1band of government except In the pay of taxes rBATTLESHIPS are expensive toys it The bursting of a big gun on the Iowa Involved a deplorable sacrifice of life 1forwhich there Is no repair His now declared that the cost of putting the Ileteel monster again In fighting trim will be 1500 000 Involvlng elx months stay In some ship hospital This does DOt cover the whole loss The great t gun which exploded with such fright if ful consequences caD not be replaced without heavy additional expenditure It costs something to try to be n wortd power unions were arraigned In words by President D M tLADORthe annual convention of the Manufacturers Association at rNowOrleans In reading his annual dealing with labor problems Mr Parry declared that the history of unions Is stained with blood and crime that they are enemies of arbitration rare and favor coercion alone and that they t led by demagogues seeking to In cite forced division of capital a WE bad Intended giving our readers GOV Beckbams admirable speech de llvered at Oweneboro Monday In full but the advertisers demanded our space l and we bad to let them have It Bow of the salient points of the 1splendid addrcrs are given on our fourth page Tnt governors reference to Judge Brecklnrldge Is most courte I cue but what ho does for Mr Hcndrlck i Is a plenty ItEDITOR W P WALTON of the Moro has concluded negotla i tlons for the lease of the Navarre build I t log on East Main Street Lexington The building will be used by Mr Wal ton as a new home for The Democrat It 1 has been his Intention for some months L to move into more commodious Bod COD venient quarters and he thinks ho has an Ideal place In the Navarre IfoundGov MURPHY of New Jersey veto ed the anti cigarette bill He contends that cigarettes do not harm a boy under 16 and that such a law could not be enforced anyhow It Is easy to un derstand how the governor of the State whore trusts are fostered should see nothing harmful In little cigarettes OF the 400000000000 of the entire 1world the United States has 00000 almost twice as much as Eng i land and more titan twice as much as Germany This Is a case In which the the talking caving even the Appearance of a breach of International etiquette- S J S As Johnson Is physically dead and Youtioy Is legally dead It IB very nat ural that Howards attorneys should want to prove that coo or the other of thorn killed Goebel But it hardly looks like they can do so In fact the evidence Is accumulative circumstan tlal and presumptive that Howard fired the shot OTTEN HElM Leslie Tucker bought of John Lynn a filly for 8100 s Judge Bailey was a visitor to our town Thursday Dick Colliers barrr top was blown ofT by the wind and a lot of bay damaged We are glad to hear that our letters are enjoyed by the readers of the I J John Bowen says ho has lost 200 lone of strawberries by the late freeze A voting precinct has been laid oil for Ottenhelm much to the delight of the citizens Tbereiwere three children confirmed at the Catholic church Sunday There was a large crowd of people In atten dance Vernal Pleaeante son of W R Pleasants cut one of his thumbs nearly off Dr Morris sewed it back and it Is doing wol G M Ballard visited J Hugh Spratt at Lakeland Wednesday and he says that his mind Is not Improved but worse if any thing Your correspond mat and family are victims of the grip There Is one thing peculiar about our town The postpQlco forms the water shed between two water courses What falls from the south ova flows to Green River and the fall from the north flows to Dlx river We would Invite any one to come up tad watch the German plant his pota toes and see the result next tall at dig ring time on ground that was so poor 10 years ago that a lot of quarrelsome school boys could not have raised a fuss on itWm White Jr bought some hogs of George Boone at 7o Cbas Enslln caught of J H Baugbman S Co a mule for 175 and another one tram Mark Jardln for the same Wm Anderson ought of Leslie Tucker a noted family horse for 160 CHURCH MATTERS Rev Gilbert Foxwell of Baltimore has declined to accept a call extended by the Episcopal church at Danville Rev D H Frlerson of Hinton W Va hoe been called to the pastorate of the Presbyterian churcb at Paint Lick The BaptUl church a very Interest Ing old building at Ruseellvllle was torn down and a handsome large new church has been built which is to be dedicated April 20 The Louisville Presbytery of the Cumberland Church adopted resolu tions declaring against union with the Northern church and rejected a report from the Temoerance Committee Rev 0M Huey is In receipt of a handsome souvenir spoon with a pic ture of his old church at Carrollton beautifully engraved on It It was sent by the deacons of that church and the spoon Is greatly appreciated by Mr Huey There will be a roll call of the mom bers of the Baptist church Sunday A fl In connection with the missionary meeting We are hoping for a very In resting and helpful service that will bo participated In by several Among them will be Dr D BGray of George town If he Is sufficiently recovered from a recent sick spell Each member Is earnestly requested to be pros- t anti help make the missionary of fering as large as possible Our mia sionary meeting began Wednesday night and will continue through until Sunday omitting Saturday night All Invited PASTOR H POLITICAL Judge Brecklnrldge has arranged dales for Richmond on Saturday and Mt Sterling on Monday Son Henry R Lawrence of Trlgg county has been renomlnated for Rep Tentative In the State Legislature Judge Pratt bas decided to make for mal announcement of his candidacy for the republican nomination for govern or- B B Brown has withdrawn from thee for representative in Shelby Three candidates are yet left In the field Four candidates for mayor have an nounced In three days at Bowling Green Better lights will be the cam paign Issue It Is so nearly true that everybody In Lexington and Fayette county Is for Beckbam that a motion to make It unanimous Is in order Lexington Democrat Mr Brecklnrldgea promise that there will be a little holt in the courts If his name does not go on the ballots loan indication that there will continue to be no lack of warmth In the campaign Louisville Times Fire at Milwaukee Wls destroyed property worth 8150000 Mrs Joseph Ellison a bride of thrde weeks was drowned in a cistern at Chattanooga Robert sod John Hensley were acquitted at Richmond of robbing Sam Hunter of 18000 At Princeton Ind Mrs A H Ea ton was shot and killed by Chas Eaton her 17yearold soa te law At Quttman Ga a woman shot bar- r perhaps fatally a few hours after her lover had committed suicide John Hughes a wellknown farmer committed suicide with a shot gun In the parlor of a relative In Spencer county LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Harry Hiatt sold to Jack Goode a mare for 195 Lutes r Co are paying 6 to 0o for May delivery hogs Chas Lutes sold to C E Powell a buggy mare for 1125 E P Woods wilt stand his One jack Sweet Willlarr this season See ad next Issue John Lutes went to Cincinnati Tuesday with a carload of sheep he bought at from 3 to 4o- Thoroughbred Jersey cow giving two gallons of milk per day for sal j J B Camenlsoh Stanford 2t Lutes Co have handled a jot of heifers lately at 31 to Jtc end two year old steers at 41 to 4lc A meeting of the tobacco growers of Madison county has been called for April 18 toorganlz for the Tobacco Growers of Kentucky J A Cohen of Woodford has bought 500 limbs at file for June andjia for Ju ly delivery He engaged trim lamb for Juno let delivery a Me Allen S Edelen of Burgle has sold his fine saddle stallion Prince Rupart to Dr Wenlz of Penneylvanla for 13 000 He also sold him a Chester DAre mare for 11000 Fox Saunderi L Co of Lebanon sold to Simon Well for Lehman Co 350 steers and 53 bulls for export The tears averaged about 1200 pounds and the bulls 1500 Advocate Eo H Beazley S Co sold to Joe Jor don a gelding lor 1165 and to Pembjsr ton Bros of Ellzabethtown a harness mare for f140 They bought of Albert Gooch a southern horse for 190 Read In this Issue the description ana pedigrees of W B Burtons Prei ton R H Bronaughe Terra Cotta and and John C Kerr Black Hawk Jr Also let your eyes rest on the hone ad of J K Baughrnan Makes A Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of alt the lalvcs you ever heard of BucVlcns Arnica Salvo la the best It Sweets away and cures Burnt Sores Bruises Cute Bolls Ulcers Skin Erupllons and Piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by all Druggists I Near Arlington Tex a young farm er killed his wife after which he knelt In prayer and committed suicide WOOL WANTED 100000 pounds of good wool wanted at the market i Call for sacks We blghest llaDt your wool E McOOlUtAOK SON HnitonTllle Ky NOTICE If you think of building or repairing we I can tare you money on your material All klDda of heavy or light framing length beveled poplar siding floor bardwoodr celllDgIIl caslegai boss or cornice boards veraDcla posts and brackets bored and turned stairway newels plasterers lathes white oAk fencing black gum or chestnut boxingWrite for price HUMPHREY Hartell Ky Arn 8PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky JOeot e OWall1BuUd1D DR P WI Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky I Office in Myors House Flats J L Beazley 6 Com Undertakers and- Emllalmors AUODKLUllM Furniture MattinsjsUu they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right dTANFORD KENTUCKY IJ+ c cCJMY U TDEa nma E3IBAJL3IKR And Dualeal In IABNJCSS SADDLZnr to Stanford Ky u THE GRAND LEADER IVo tiara just received alargoshlpmontotCros setts Kino Shoes for monoAn tootand widths carried Tills Is tho finest 8350 anil 4 shoo made Try ono and you will wear no other A dressy patent loath er kid made from Boot ors selected stocK Cros Belts shoos will cost you 400 The line Krichbnum Suits wo have in stock are strictly hand made and fit to perfection Try a suit In nil materials and styles Prices 55 to 20 THE will Mens Shirts special 1 goods for 48 nil Our largo stock of Dross Goods White Goods Domes tics Ladies Furnishings Corsets Carpets and Mailings are all it pray to look it over The Grand Leader M B Levy fk Co B Levy Mr PARKERS cleM DrSIhMbib Iha W a kst 4ar 5r ilnn rail Manta1 ray ItCum a a 1 a LOI or thaN Public Sale HAvIng decided to locate In the Wet I will otter fur pale to the highest bidder on SATURDAY MAY 18 IMO house and lot 11 mite from llnilonvlllc onIlustonr111e and llradfordarillo Eleven room heone conveniently arranged etitora and welt near the door barn and all neeeary out buildings new Will aloe asHalbertewaRl- eomparutirolr new and household an kltcnen furniture MRS ELLA S ROSE AN ORDINANCE Thi city council of the city of Stanford do ordain as follows That the North tide of Main street In Stanford Kjr from the rtitdenco procrty of William teverance excluding It to tbe residence property of 51 D Elmore at the Interaction of and Danville including It and also the Rut tide of HaD vile Street In aald city from the property of M D Elmore above referred to and Inclut- log U to tho residence property of Mn R balms heirs Including to of tame to a point the of graded building lot be paved with a brick pavement to be support ed by a itooo curbing work Is to be lane In every particular at required br Sec lion 40 of the Bylawt llulrt tad Regulation for tbe government of tho lily of StaDford Kyexcept that pave ment shall bn tlx feet In and that laid work shall be done at the colt of the owner of the ground fronting the Improver rents at provided by law Tbo foregoing I a copy of an ordinance adopted April 1093 L It IlDmiu Clerk GALTON 12910 Sired by Oarnbetta Wilkes Z18H First dam Daisy Field dam of Alter WllkcsS 17 AliMtaS J5Hbj Knfleldtlreof ilx In 230 and the 0 to In 230 or better Second dam Kentucky Prince Jr sire of J Q Iln Lemonade2bH and tbo dam of IS In tbe list Third dam by Old Joo nlre of the dart ot J Q 217 Qambetta WIlkM U tho greatest living tiro of hit age lie has 193 with record from 230 to e05 put A7 new ones In the Hit In 1BOJ leading nil of the great tire His eons and daughter have 181 In the list Ualton will not be a Court day exhibition horso but will bo at my stable for service 2 mile West of lluitonvllle at tlO to Insure a live colt I have novcrnl of his colt from two to ouryearotd that cant be excelled by any one itallloo for size form style and action Pee them before plaelDgyour morel If a ware is traded after breeding money ft due Good grass at 13 month after the lit of May Phono In residence W M DODD lluitonvtllo ICy Terra Cotta This famous race nurse nnJ thoroughbred stilllon will make the season ol9OIatthl stable of T Milt des r 1 a mile from Gab OrehtrJ Ky on Stan ford pike at the exceedingly low price of Sin to Insure a living colt Lien retained on colt for season If mare If traded or with before foaling the season Is then due Mares kept on goal grass at S r month Terra Cotta was foaled 1884 Is 16 hands and as activI as a cat lIes by Harry oFaHen by Imp Australl1n dam hop Sunny South toy Irish Illril catcher ill dam Laura B Dick by Lexln ton dam Alabama by Brown hick ad dam Laura U by Psul he Iy Lexlnqton dam Annie C by Imp Glenco rf JAIII SQtlan eth damn llanley by Imp Yorkshire sth dam Argentine by Bertram by Archl lite lite Terra Cotta was- heata race lion and won the following sUkes As a twoyearold he won the Clark A Thomas stakes at lexington and the Lakvlew hanJlcap anS Trrmont stakes at ChkagO At three yearso13 he won the St Louis Verb Green stakes the Dextrll SherlJon ant Finality takes Chago and Relief stakes Saratoga N Y At tour yearsell he won the Merchants licllpve Granite Mountain and Bay Ridge stakes many purs es and over night terra Cotta Is the slrt of many good This Is a rate chance for fanners to Improve their horse stock at small cost Terra Cotta sold atfour SITVJOK I will also at same tint and place stand my fine mule Jack black with meaty nose tt f5 to Insure a living colt Conditions same as the above T MILT ESTES oral8on1Potent Kid Dutton tow new drossy 400 Q500Jw FOR GENTLEMEN 000 AND NAME AND PRIG ON EVERY PAIR SHOE Is ota UTBtMC STYU AT POPULAR PRlCUlN WtSSING TMlflCT ONI SHOULD IXXXrOQflTWBAfllUTV 0 AND STYLCYOU HNO AlLTHtil IN TMC CROSSETT SHOE suet IIV A GROSSETT LEWIs r oe tI Velour Calf or Vioi Kida shoo that fit your foot and give you COMFORT 1200 dozen cents sizes in and will you before purchasing PronS street entrance having winners and 4o ICROSSETT CLEAN UP AND BUY YurilSFU SOME PINK Furtiture Carpets i China and Japanese 350Stanford Mattings Window Picture Wall We tire In a position to save you ready to convince you of the fact Our brace sOme of the best thing In the and see u- sWITHERS 4 RANGE FURNITURE t We will offer eight of RANGES till May 1st at reduced prices The 17 kind will go at Tho 25 kind will go at v The 1m kind will go at The 835 kind will go at The 840 kind will go at 1 Tho 50 kind will go at You have never had such an rented to you before BO now is your All stoves will l o set up in your e a- guarnnte l r GEO H FARRIS CO Ky I ALL Sorts of pretty jewelry is tho vogue Many nov elties have been added Como in nUll sbo tho lot est in Jewelry1Yittches I Clocks and t Absolutely sentation Silvclwnrei r W H MUELLER TKy1 WALTONS OPERA HOUSE APRIL 181t1 Matinee and Night Directfrom ORPHEUM THEATRE New Orleans If0 Tile Great CoflkiiD Vaudeville Show1 t Presenting highclass refined Musical FarceComedy They carry their owd Band and Orchestra Tho show has Just finished a two r run at the Theatie New Orleans and cornea hero fust as it was pro sented there Sr CURE SEATS AT ONCE j I PRICES 25 35 and 50 cents GUARANTEED GOOD SHOW 4I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Ant 17 1003 In fllllDjr your prcicrtpttoni wo neo proportlonl not do better It you paid ui double the t price which Is always reasonable Pen cy iDruz Store PERSONALS MRS R c UOCICER It vliltlnRat Richmond REV R U MAIIONY was at Brod f bead Tuesday J R STCCKEV of Uvlngiton was here yesterday x DEN WEAKEN U working Id n com mluary at Chairs Va MR MATT WOODSON and family went to Loulivllla Tuesday MKS IL O COLLIER of Urodhcad was hero shopping Tuesday KlogsvllleaMRS W C GREENINO of Uuston vlllo was here shopping yesterday JtDOe W L DROWN of London was hero between trains yesterday MR R H CHOW li at Joseph Prlco Infirmary for treatment for rbeutna tlirar NEWS comes that Mr A O East land Is III of typhoid fever In Louts yuleMnsJ K VANAnSDALE hal return ed from a vlilt to her daughters atdLexington MRS JOHN LUTES went to Lorlnrf toe to attend tbo burial of her coualn D T Denton rains S M ALLEN of Mlllcrsburir oamo over to attend the Woods McCor mack marriage MR JOSUUA DUNN of nrodbcadwa hero Tuesday on bis way to his of homo In Garrard J M ARNOLD and Eugene Moc wero here Tuesday en route to Lan caster from Oarrodiburg MISS DOLLIE MCHOIIHUT3 Is back from a protracted visit to Mrs Ceo J nooe Ruiiell at Ilunllnetod W Va MESSRS S T HARRIS and Thomas n Shanks of Stanford were guests hero ycitcrdav Lexington Democrat MR A N MoCLARV brother of our townsman Mr J C MoCIary has just been reelected mavor of Sabotha Kin lal Mn D A TWADDLE has moved t Chattanooga from Corbin and haiopcn ed a restaurant at 39 Carter Street that JMRtor of the Lexington Herald spent a fow days with hie mother Mrs Martha Severance MR MALi MOORS SR of Cottage Mo has arrived on a visit to his brotbI cri David and John Moore of tbe Shelby City leotloa PRO M D OcailBS of Lancaster came ibis far with his daughter Mn Percy Noland who was returning toI her borne In Washington Miss ELIZA1n vii M CREIQIITON the INTERIOR JOURNALS faithful KlcgsrUle correspondent IK spending a few days with Mlis Lena ReynoldsdMR CHRIST OAUENISCU Kinney section Called In yesterday and paid for his I J Ho hag been taking our paper for 19 years and bas never been behind a day In paying for It CLEVER JOB P WILKINSON who has been chairman of the democratic committee of Casey county for some time tendered his rcilgnatlon Char Icy Montgomery son of Eld J Q Montgomery was appointed In bli steadtLOCALS AFTKR five days of rain old Sol Is t visible once more SEE the lOc anortmoni In our wlaI dow Farris st Co Fon RBNT Cottage and Ore acres I of land for rent L R Hughes I CURISMANS cabbage and tomato I plants at Higgins McKlnnoys pJC C Withers will do It cheap WOOL Wo will patho bigheg- price for wool Call and got sacks now i Carson Pene t WE are keeping up high elan dnrd In pictures Give us a trial a- of bo convinced Mattlo Sacroy Youtsoy yesterday testified that Jim Howard killed Gov Goebol and gave a calm recital of the details of tho murder MANAGER WRAY of tbo Stanton- Telepb0ae Co Is getting out a no- II w cud which will be given to his days JFLOUn ghhgtuMat wholesale toIvehicles of every description FOR RET Storeroom on Lancet g tor street and law oftlces formerly oc copied by W A Trlbblo Apply at this office or wrlto to W P Walton LexingtonItFORS mY farmnear HUB tonvllle Superior wheat drill and lat oat Improved Buckeye binder Doth now Will sell cheap Call on J B Honeker at the farm or write John Mo t Dnlcl Burnilde Ky L IFREaU fish today T C Willis inlatest chamber sots at Farrls it Gos MY stock of harness has arrived Al so handsome lines of summer lap robes Seo them J O McCUryL ConklIDIrtomorrow Saturday afternoon THE listof 1002 will be sold at publiC auction In front of the court house on Monday May 11 1003 county court day I IF you want to seethe very latest In bolo turnover collars and lace hosiery rightloosREV G W BOLLINO tbo colored preacher now has an organ of his own fie Is editor of Tbo Bouget a three hcolumntown KlUabcthtowrj HELD OVER John Mctcalf for killing his brother lien Mctcalf near Lowell Garrard county was hold In 11600 at lib examining trial at Lancas tor Ho gave hood THE next show to bold the boards at Walton Opera House le The Folks Up Willow Creole which will be pro vented by Frank Davidsons strong company on April 28 TUB L willgive a rate of II 60 round trip to Cincinnati next Sun ay The train will leave Stanford de pot at 6 A M and arrive in Cincinnati at 10 AM Returning It will leave Cincinnati at 8 p b4 HELD OVER John Adams colored for breaking Into Mrs Mattte Nevlu ben house and stealing tour ducks bad costdgirokIT was Mr Curtis Cover who enter raised Josh Grlfllib candidate for treasurer tree of charge and treated him so well while bo was at Crab Or chord and not Mr J B Willis as our types made us say We regret the er ror but gladly correct r IT pays to advertise Mrs M J Miller had a four hDO local In Tuesdays paper stating she wanted to rent her pasture on Danvlllo Avenue In l minutes after the I Jwaloistributed In the poitolllce hero she bad rested It to John Bright Jr Ju loul advertising Is tho key to suc enWulTEMrs White widow of Mr C White died at her home In the Rat End Wednesday night aged about Some weeks ago she suffered a stroke of paralysis and she bad never I been In good health since Mrs White was tbo widow Snivel and Is the mother of Mesdaraes J T Cbadwlck and Ward Moore Crab Orchard An other daughter and two sons survive the godly mother DR It A JONES his a personal letter from tbo mllllonalrepblliatbro Andrew C rncglo Ho met tbo dlstlngulihcd Scotchman on a train out of Plttoburg Pa a year ago and In the Jenlaldoctorsoap and showed Mr Carnegie a cake Ho thought well of the patent and so wrote on tbo book of a magazine be was reading Dr Jones bee tbo note hanging In a frame In bis omen CAN tho county I peedtlOOOO building a new court house and redce- he bonds in 12 years and not raise county levy t Since Jan I 1S9S wii no surplus whatever on band at that date besides paying the current ex penses of the county there has beet carried to tbo sinking fund account 112000rasbeea841 on band of which litter sum 15 000 has been loaned out tbo residue a la bank Thus It will be soon that the county hoe within tho last 10 year which Is loop than onehalf the time to payoff courthouse bonds if Uiued raised a larger fund than bas hulldfogtfor a the year 1803 was 50 create 1809 4tcents 1900 60 genre IDOL 47 coats 1002 47 cents Thorn will be ebou rithroe quarters of a million dollars In crease for the year 1003 eo that wbllo the levy has been decreased the amount of taxable property bas grcatl Increased which balances the account It may ba added that tbo court will soil titdpropoer Wo have the statement of those who aro honest and competent to Judge who say that not only la tbo tower almost In tbo act of falling that the walls aro badly sprung tbo floors and ceiling In a badly dilapidated condition tbo rec brds moulding and mildewing In short the present building le a deathtrap to all who enter It If you doubt any these statements go and see for your self Thero Is certified for taxation In tho county over 0750000 Would 1 bo extravagant for an Individual worth a like amount to II vo In a building cost Ing 40000 especially the one bane w occupies la a deadfall liable not only to kilt him but destroy all tho evidenc es of his prosperity Ye s I TILE latest In tumbler at Fannie k Cos SEE our 10pIece chamber sets for 12 75 Farrle a Co SCHOOL children matinee at Wet tons Opera Home tomorrow Sntur I day afternoon JUNE 10 E H leyis making extensive preparations for the 10th An OUDIrladleready been received Tbo contest will be hold In Waltons Opera Houie onc the evening of June 10 MR C B has an In surance office In tbo My era house flats w here be will bo glad to walt on those wanting life accident or other lusur EquitableLifestroneest companies In the world See is ad elsewhere CountyColoredeldest to have their annual fair at Stan ford on Aug 27S and 29 It will betheld In tbo woodland on Danville Av costs belonging to Mrs Nora M Good knlgbt The officers elected aro W M Jones president Alex Miller vice president W H Harris secretary and J Miller Broadeus assistant MAKES You LADecretarYj nown claim that It Is healthy good hearty laugh Manager Walton t believes It also 10 bo secured the fa1mono Conkllog Show to deliver small packages of health In the form of bear t Uughter Will Conkllng the owner and principal comedian of this fa moue company was for 14 years principal i clown with the Barnum circus LIe bee made millions of people laugh and he bas plenty of laughs left See him I at Waltons Opera House Saturday afternoon and night- DANVILLE About 15 dogs some of them valuable animals hero been pol Booed In the vicinity of Parksvllle In the past few doge Marriage IlceD was hued to Arthur Thompson of Lebanon Junction and Miss Alllo B Johnson of Junction City The Conk t ling Show Is the belt vaudeville com blnatlon now traveling on tbo road addition to the many new features o their show they carry their own band and orchestra which alone Is worth the price of admission James B Law reecc aged 81 died Tuesday morning at his home In tbo Alum Springs neigh borhood It Is likely that the entrance fee of Judge R J Brccklnrldgo for tbe State primary will be accompanied by a list of primary officials to conduct tbe primary In tbe various couEtles of tbe State Advocate MATRIMONIAL I At Munfordevllle Charley Mears aged 17 and Miss Lula Kldd 14 were marriedA END gentleman got his mar rialto license while here the other day but be does not expect to uio It for a week or 10 days The social season at Newport was In augurated by the brilliant wedding of Reginald Vanderbllt tbe youngeit of tbe family and Ube Cathlaen Nelleon Dr John M William of Mt Ver on and Miss Julia horning the beau tlfut daughter of Congressman Vincent Boreing were married at London yes terday morning by Rev Jolly of the Methodlit church Tbo wedding oc curred at the home of Joseph Young lelmI 9oph1he rd College Wednesday evening at 5 oclock by EldB J Pinkerton Tbe marriage Is the culmination of a courtship of number of years and by it two food young hoarse are united The brldo Is the pretty daughter of Mr Bcd Mrs EmmotiMcCormack of the West End and Is Justly one of the most popula- young ladles of her section which Is fa moue for beautiful and culturedwomen Sbo Is an exceedingly sweet girl Bait Mr Woods Is to bo congratulated on I winning her The groom is one of Lincolns roost active and Industrious young farmers Is a moral gentleman and Is liked by everybody Ho Is a son letevery reason why the union of these goon hearts will prove a most happy one Aftqer was presence of a law relatives Mr and Mr Woods drove to tbo brides home thegIn their toior last eight They will make their homo at Mr Woodwhere the rood wishes of friends galore will sways 1 be with them For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell ofOffice N W Cor Myen Hotel Dulldlog 3nd Floor Stanford nytgood companies but onl one best The Equitable strongest in tho wordr Get also a combination Dignbili ty policy in tho Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers eye Accident Covers every illness RENT1w11NelltheUronaueh anJgardenattateal tame for IgMlth I R H ebOrchard Ky I For Sale Fitly secondhand swing artctilnes In rood firJIOnUAVI euuford Ky I BLACK HAWK JR I Iitlrvd hv ninrk llrtwk N 1 15 hands high Mark wiu tie lv paint Rori1 boos lounth rod ono of tho flnot style lacks you PYet caw Will make thtl nnon at tlucke rprlnic farm Ie wlw Knit of Stan ford at 8T 10 lunur n living colt and money marelSrtoorlthI PUBLIC SALE 1 lUvlne detUeJ to go le PenntvtvanU I wM sell at my farm afoul i tulle west of krfcr i 1111111 nmouth of Crab OrcharJ fork on 91IJescrlb eJ woftrty Four EOJ milk cows i with young calf std I to h fresh In to days 4 heifer I ty aroU iyearoU T shep 4 large tags t theni harness i shot goo lot of plows lot of chick ens about 8 btsbels of what 40 bushels of com aats cocking stove healing stove bedsteads chairs safe tarles lOt of household goofs and many other Terms on personal property cash In hand I looJWlomN bybid Convenient to school and churches and In good neighborhood Terms on f rm one lull cash AnJ remainder In t and i years with equal Install ments beating 6 per rent Interest from stakeAnyone desiring to look at this farm to buy call on J P- handler Crab Orchard Ky or W Undgraf 01 KyThis Is known as the old Jack Weldon farm who was I grit lender In his stay WILLKOPJ Spring Opening of Wall Paper We are receiving dally lorno PaPfrIIDauvllle many of which were Theprlcearangetromthe npenpenslve specialties These paper are being opened dally and are on dlaplay at our store l and Itnyleandadjolnlngcountlcvafe all the people of Danville Invited to Inspect them Estimate furnished on all paintedompetent men Paints and- WindowGlassWe the best readymixed leadtpalnlen supplies at tbe closest market prices s A E Gibbons3OO Main St Danullle Kentucky No glg2 REPORT OF CONDITION OF Tilt Lincoln County National Sank OK STANFOItl KY At tM eteseot Ilatlneea Apr lib 1908 1tl SOURCES Loam td Dlwounts tlMTCt 81 UrenlKfts secured ant unwcortJ 17O M U S Hood to secure circulation 80JXK 00 Stocks seenrlilea etc 2100 00 Ilaaklog home furdtur and fibres 4000 00 I ue fnmiNatteal llaaks net Iteterrt Agents 94SS 92 Due from State Banks and flanker M 60 Out from approTel reserve agents 1711 M Cheeked other tub Items 282 41 NatMOfaher oDlIllokt 1260 00 PnctteMl pajier currency nltklee anil touts 47 41 lawful Money Itrserve In tank T1 Sped llt M 00 Legal teader neln SOOO 00 1I4M DO KedeMpllea treat U S Trratr S per rail etreulatleo ZSOO 00 Total 29LIAUILIrIESCapital stock nia InS60000 00 79UndividedSSNationalVue to other National lUnki aeua7- Due to Stale flanks and hankers gat 07 IndltWujlldelnltssuhlntto cheek 184 tit M- Llibllltlra other than Ihow shore stated 171 UO Total JSU1W 29 STATE OF KBXTUCKY CXuniy of UDrolnII namedaU tree to the tot of ktKwIwln aid Mlef CuMtrSnWritalot Apr IMS J J McllOIIBltT N V L U CoRRELTAunt J II 1AXTOS W O WALKER SuaxEer5163 REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 9AT STANFORD businessnRKSOURCESa Ia174e 61 OTcMralU iccurcd and vruecurxl 4 sae M 00gstake securities et 1914 W Uanklnghoarrniture and finturM 8000 DO Olhetjval estate sapa 6 172 00 nvD10027 7x Due from approved reerva rgM 33398 O- InternallteTenue muij 97 48 Checks sad other ctuh nears 2537 21 Wrncent in 134S 00 Lawiul Honey Reserve In Bank sli7110 23 Legal tender note eWa OQ 1S176 25 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 percent of clrcuUtien 1 00 T1 27fel2 X LlAUILlllES Capital itoekM J 90000 M- Surplus fundt 116 00 Undivided profits less expectct and taiea paid 7S29 M National hank totes outstanding S1WM CO Due to other national banks 21VO 16 Due to aide hank and bankers 1S73 S4 IndUtdaal defuita subject to check 152955 67 Certified 5N Total fM7B M saytwined RAnado solemnly wear that the sore state meat Is true to the best of ray knowledge and belief JNO J McltOIJERS Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this lath day L O 1FOar1I9a RAID MDEuioufic Directors r ii I BRIGHTEN UP Your appearance With a White or Fancy Vest Odd Trusers New Neckwear and Light Fancy Hat They are tho things to tone up with beforo stray hat time We have a splendid assort meat of all those and can make a wonderful improvement In your appearance at a very small cost The host of everything In Ions wear at Cummins McClary THE PEMBROKE FULL AGAINy Are our two large rooms of the choicest selections of fine Dress Goods Silks White Goods Ginghams Porcales Mercerized Goods Lawns Dimities Neckwear Chatelains Hair Pins Pearl Buttons Trimmings of all kinds In an annex we are showing New Skirts Waists Lace Curtains Curtain Swisses Portiers Carpets Oil Cloths Mattings Rugs and Shades EVERY WOMANw Should come to see our new goods and while you are in we will sell you lOc Percales at G l4cThisis a great bargain and considering the price of Cotton are at less than it costs to make them This will pay you well for your time SEVERANCE SON ITf1AJ- PAJJlD MILLINERY Please call ami sec our complete lilac o Ladies Misses and Childrens hats in rent of post oflico building MRS G SINGLETON r The Day Has Passed 1 To soil Inferior groceries at full prices Tho wan who attempts to do this falls to realize that the shopping public U gifted intelligenceThe I over the quality Ac show that I do appreciate the fact that people want the best and demand tot their money r faithfully promise to give both value andiquality fresh neat and clean J W PERR1N the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Ky WOOL WANTED I EI will pay the highest mar ket price for 50000 pounds of Wool Call and get sacks J II BOONE Livery Feed and Sala StabloJDepot St =J Stanford Ky r t fr I THE JNTERIORJOIIRALJ Entered n the peltoffice at Stanford at itonddatt matte- rtb11s3adTua3o9as I d2rridvsf- ir 1 PERYEAR CASH p Wbinaot lopaHzaOO wilt becballdI KNOXVILLE DIVISION o2tTnJDrolDrNorUa1148amoM M No25ua SouthM1217amM12112 p m FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied by Win Severance Will rent for one or more yean J B OWBLKY Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard I For Bargain Fresh line of Groceries and I Oakes Etc just received Highest market I prices for Butter Kegs ka Ole him a call Blr line of Dry Goods Notions Gents Fur nishing Goods Etc lust added to my stock THE Joseph Price Infirmary is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Professional bills due when services are rendered and must 1paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Sato Stabloi Liberty Kyl Drummers Rigs a specialty KIgb Grade Horses and Mnlea sold Feed horses receive personal attention ralor8 iiccroa- ucas 11 Vfhlsku Brandu Wines Beer Glnars Etc 1OarpntrOloielto DepotSTANFORD KY I betI I prompt attention Ii J D Wren i Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New the In the Ir world ASSOIS 1871063512 Surplus IS regards holders 9436013 69 Farm property in Casey Garrard coin counties Phone 21 II RlMuhony Insurance flpcnt Stanford Kontunkv Insurance fluent Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but the largest and best companies rep resented Phone 82 I tnnford Kontucky P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky 1 Office at J U Besilevs Livery Stable Mrs Fred Unnvth President Country Club Denton Harbor Mlclu- Afitr my flat baby was born I did not turn to regain my strength although the doctor gave me a tonic which he could ered very superior but Instead of getting IIttr I grew every day hue band insisted that I take Wine of Cardul 4lora week and see what It would do for me I did take the medicine and wu very grateful to findmy strength and health returning In two w4eksl was out of bed and In a month I wu able to take I up my usual duties I am very enthusi aide In Its praise Wine of Cardui reinforces the organs of generation for the ordeal of prep nancy and childbirth It prevents mis carriage No woman who e of Cardni need fear the coming of her ft child If Mrs Unrath taken Wino of Cardui before her baby came she would not have been weakened as she was Her rapid recov should t commend this remedy to eve expectant mother Wine Cardui regulates tho men trua1 flow y JlINEoFCARD lI f Q r G V BECKHAM i i announced myself a candldato for the democratic nomination for gov ornor last December after receiving a largo number of flattering assurances of support from friends allover the state It waa urged by thoso unfriendly to mo that under tho conJ Btitution of the state I was not ell Cible to succeed myself In tho ofllc of governor oven though I was filling only the uncxplrod term for whIch Gor Goobel wan elected I consulted with a great many of the ablest lawyers in tho state and without excep tion they advised mo that there was no violation of either tho letter or the spirit of tho constitution In my being elected for tho next term of the office Judge Pryor Judge Hozolrigg tw exchief Justices of the court of ap peals flxGov Knott Capt W T Ellis and Mr Lewis McQuown all of them ranking in the front of the legal profession wrote an able and unan Bwcrablo opinion declaring that I was eligible Very many other lawyers of no less ability took the samo view Under such circumstances I decided to Decomo n candidate before the pee plo for I say without the fear orsucccsstul contra dlctlbn that this socalled question of eligibility would never be hoard of In this campaign except for Its political effect and because my enemies admit that thp only hopo they have of defeating me is to create a doubt in the minds of tho people upon that ques tion I have always been frank and honest with the people of Kentucky who have so generously honored me and tho high office of governor U not sufficient temptation to me to over deal unfairly or selfishly with them I can therefore say in all truth and candor that I would not be a candl date one mlnuto for this office it there was tho slightest doubt of my eligi bility or the least danger of controversy about my election nor would the court of appeals have ordered my name placed upon the ballots for the primary if that court had believed mo Ineligible If I and been under tho required age or Jf I had not been a citizen of the state or if I had been a woman they would never have granted a mandamus upon the state com mlttee ordering my name placed upon tho ballots That honorable court composed of able and upright judges with a deep knowledge of the law and with a patriotic lovo for the peaco and welfare of their state would never have compelled tho democratic stato committee to place my name on the ballots in a primary called under the law if they had considered mo moll gible and that a contest and turmoil might result from my election My two opponents opened this Issue jpforo tho people with the purpose of raising confusion and doubt In their minds about it It was a legal ques lion and not one for the people to decide so I proceeded to get tho matter before a tribunal which could pass upon It I filed a suit In the Woodford circuit court before Judge Cantrlll that tho question might be properly passed upon My opponents through their attorneys asked to be made parties to the suit and alleged that they did not want to delay or obstruct a decision upon it It was argued be fore Judge Cantrill and that learned and able judge decided in unralstak able terms that I was eligible and was entitled to run in the primary The case was taken to the court of appeals and there before that court my opponents through their attor neys bogged insisted and demanded that the court should not pass upon this question but leavo it open that these opponents might further agl tate it before the people They did not want their only campaign Issue against me taken from them and they believed that if the court decided it at all it would be In my favor They did exactly what they had promised not to do in their pleadings before Judge Cantrlll that was not to obstruct or delay a decision of the quee lion The court of appeals In Its wisdom farmed Judgo Cantrllls opinion and granted the mandamus I did not fear a decision I wanted it But my opponents were afraid of one and begged that the court say nothing of the matter If I was not eligible there is not a member of that court that in justice to himself In friend ship to me and in his lovo for tho peace and quiet of our beloved com monwealth would not oppose my candidacy for this office But as a matter of fact there are several of tho democratic judges of that court who are earnestly for mo for tho nomina tion Tho mistake male by my opponents- Is tho same mado by a host of others who have sought public office The political highway Is strewn with the corpses of men who havo not given the people credit for having as much sense as they have Many a bright career has been suddenly ended many a brilliant star in the gorgeous firmament of political hopo and many an ambitious statesman on tho high tide of success havo sunk Into the outer darkness all because they thought that it was an easy thing to tool tho people yes the plain com non people whenever it suited their purposo to do so I have an abiding and unshaken faith In the intelligence and honesty- of tho great body of our people I have never lost confidence and In this matter I know they havo sense enough to see the plain propo sltlonIt docs not take a lawyer to see Itthat tho court of appeals would never havo ordered tho name of an ineligible candidate placed upon legal ballots and that no member of that court would favor the nomination of such a candidate It the court consIdered him Ineligible Tho talk about another conteat is merely a bugaboo to frighten chll dren merely a political trick to alarm tho voters I have borno tho brunt of one contest when our stale was in grave danger and I did not shirk my duty I would not now for any office or honor within the gift of tho people put In hazard tho peace and welfare of my state There Is not tho slightest danger of such a contest except In the fervid imagination of some of those who are trying to defeat mo in this nriaiarr My opponents cnargo that I am I afraid to meet them in joint debate I charge that they aro afraid to meet me at the polls In the primary on May 9th and that they are doing every thing in their power by litigation and by denunciation to block the holding of that primary because they know they can not defeat mo in a fair con onlyhopeer ot money and the power of political combinations can often thwart the aIit Is not entitled to serious notice Who over heard of a real political machine wanting a prlmaryT What machine ever sought to take the people into Its confidence by giving them a chance to vote A machine always wants conventions and Is bet ter able to carry out Its plans In that way than In primaries But the people are not deceived by this talk and they know it is simply a stopthief cry There Is a machlnea strong active and alert one trying to get control of tho state offices and fight ing mo because It can not control me and that Is tho machine which Is so much opposed to this primary That machine can not stand up in a fair fight before the people Its methods and its purposes can not risk the light of public view It has assailed the democratic organization of Kentucky because It can not control that organ ization and could not force It to calla convention It has denounced tho members of that organization and charged them with being my friends I am proud of the fact that a largo majority of tho democratic committee are my friends They are the men who make tho partys fights and who have been honored by their people in being elevated to tho councils of the partys welfare If they favor my nomination and election It is a compliment to me The charge that I have tried to Influence their action by official favors is so baseless and un true that I shall treat it with tho con tempt it deserves The men of that committee who have been attacked aro men of the highest character and standingmen who have at heart tho best Interests of their party and who would never let their friendship for any man put In danger tho success of tho party They believed that a pri mary was the fairest and best means of nominating candidates for stato offices and for that reason they called It The court of appeals has decided that they had a right to call It under tho law and tho action of tho commit tee has been fully vindicated These members of that committee composo the subcommittee which has in charge the conduct of the primary The names of those men aro a guaran tee of fairness and Impartiality The chairman of tho commute Is the lion A W Young who within tho last year has been nominated without opposition by tho democrats of his district to be their circuit judge An other member is Judge J M Lasstng the present circuit judgo of his die trict and tho nominee for the next term without opposition The other member Is Mr Mott Ayres tho editor of a leading democratic paper In West ern Kentucky No one will dare as sail tho character and Integrity of these gentlemen among tho people where they live and who know them As far as it Is In their power they will see that every candidate for every office will havo absolutely fair treatment Tho attacks mode upon those men come only from tho brutality of hopeless rago and tho man who says they will not give him fair treatment knows that he has no chance to win fairly and la seeking to make capital for the republican party It has been and is now my desire to conduct this campaign upon the high grounds befitting the dignity of the office of governor I havo refrained from all personal abuse or attacks upon my opponents and those wno have been against me I shall not now al low myself to bo dragged down to the low level of demagogy and charlatan ism in a race for tho highest office in the gift of the people of the state I have been patient and forbearing un der a fight made upon mo by my ene mica so vicious so corrupt and so full of falsehoods that It has not been equaled since the desperate and slan derous campaign waged upon my lamented predecessor William Goebel who was charged at times even with the crime of beating his wife I have not myself escaped calumny and misrepresentation from disappointed officeseekers from disappointed par donbrokers and from those grafters who met with no cheer In my office and whoso presence In politics is for tho purpose of plundering a campaign fund or sandbagging a corporation un der some threat of legislative or fran chisetax punishment They could not control mo and they aro therefore fighting mo with a malevolence born of hate and despair I havo no word of criticism for the majority of those who oppose my nomination If they doubt the wisdom of my election I accord to them every possible respect for their views and I know that just as a great many good democrats threo years ago honestly and sincerely thought it best not to nominate me then so there aro some good democrats who now oppose my candidacy I havo no quarrel with them and I would not for any consid oration utter a harsh word against them I have respect for tho man who honestly differs from me and all I ask Is that he accord mo tho same re spectI always had feelings of kind ness and friendship for my two op ponentsJudge Brccklnrldge and Mr Hendrick For Judgo Brecklnrldge I must say that while ho seems to have joined in with my other opponent In the general fight on me his campaign so far has been dignified and courteous towards me and that ho has refrained from any cowardly personal attacks upon me or upon my administration I have no word of criticism against him whatever except that I must say I do not think tho judge seriously wants tho office of governor except to put himself in lino for higher honors If ho should be nominated and elected governor ho would let some fellow como along and take tho office away from him and then run as a martyr candldato for tho presidency of the United States Mr Hendrick has made personal attacks upon me which I shall not let pass without showing that he has grossly misrepresented mo and shown a reckless disregard for the truth tin wortny Of any man wno aspires to a public office It has boon my desire to let him mako his race on his own merits without over making tho slightest attack on him but as ho has seen fit to pitch his cam palgn on tho ono Issue of abusing mo and has sought by various statements and insinuations to reflect upon my honor I propose to lift him up before the eyes of tho people of Kentucky that they may havo a good look nt him and see If they think ho Is tho man to trusted tho banner of clUll1palgnFrom the character of tho speeches Mr Hendrick is making It Is evident that ho has not tho slightest hopo of winning tho nomination and It is evi dent that It is his purpose to bolt the partys ticket just as he hul done beroro Beginning In 1894 he served ono term in congress from tho First district and he was overwhelmingly defeated for renomInation In a democratic prl mary In 1896 by Hon Charles K Wheeler Ho refused to mako any speeches for tho ticket or his success ful opponent and if he supported the democratic ticket at all that year he Is the only living man who knows it for no word of aid or comfort ever came from his mouth in that cam poign and his vote was protected by tho sanctity of tho secret ballot In tho following year 1897 he bolted leaderinwhich selected delegates to tho slate convention at Louisville to nominate a candidate for clerk of tho court of appeals against tho regular democrat Ic nominee for that ofllco Mr Hen drlck was mado a delegate to that con vention In his county convention he was tho chairman of tho committee on resolutions and drew upthoso reso lutlons himself Let us see what hi said of tho democratic party Here is one of them written by Mr lion drlck It Is not necessary to give them all Resolved That we unqualifiedly condemn the Chicago platform anti the resolutions of the socalled democrat Ic state convention held at Frankfort In 1897 as being undemocratic re voluntary and inimical to tho inter eat of the American people and fraught with evil to tho principles of republican government and as being promulgated by designing men for the purpose of securing tho spoils of of fico without regard to the rights and interest of tho people Resolved That we relndorso the In dlanapolls platform of 1S9C and point to it as tho only refuge of patriotic men who desire tho welfaro of our common country- Notwithstanding he admitted having written those resolutions and having been selected a delegate to the Iliad man convention he made tho statement In his speech at Georgetown a short time ago that he had never fall ed to vote tho democratic ticket but once In his life and that was In 1807 when he said ho was too III to go to tho polls A few days afterward ho was confronted with tho recorl which showed beyond contradiction that he had voted In that year 1897 and that stub No 21 on tho pollbooV in his precinct proved that ho had voted Now how did he vote If ho voted in accordance with the prln clplea ho announced In these rsoln tlons which ho wrote and any one would suppose he dldthon he voted for Hlndman and is now trying to prartlro a deception upon the people of Kentucky when ho says ho never scratched n democratic ticket If ho voted for tho democratic nominee then ho was guilty of gross hypocrisy In writing those resolutions denounc ing In bitter terms tho democratic organization just aa he Is now denouncing the samn organization Which horn of the dilemma will Mr Hondrlck take Ho la compelled to choose between them for even tho benevolence of tho secret ballot can not protect him from his predicament If he voted as ho talked and wrote then h voted for Mr Hlndman and If he voted as ho now talks and writes he voted for tho democratic nominee What a won derful invention tho secret ballot Is The genius which conceived its beau tics and perfections must havo had in mind Mr Hondrlck and was trying to relieve him If possible from tho em barrassment of some of his political contortionsI like to open the skeleton closet of this political acrobat niiy further but as he Is now going about tho state seeking to take from mo that which I value above everything else my good namoI must proceed in showing tho people what manner of man ho is and how little credit ho Is entitled to when he attempts to de fame honest men He has written a letter and sent It broadcast over tho state saying that he was my attorney during the contest here three years ago and that ho acted without fee or reward from me Tho statement is very unfair Mr Hendrlck was not my attorney My attorneys Vcro Mc Quown and Bradburn of Bowling Green and Mr Maxwell of Cincin nati I paid them for their services Mr HendrIck was employed by the candidates for the minor offices and he was paid for his few weeks serv ices during that time about which he now talks so much the substantial fee of 2500 Ho now tries to make it appear that his services then were purely disinterested and unrenumer atmd While my opponents have been out abusing me I have been faithfully at tending to the duties of my office and since they began their attacks upon me I have succeeded In having paid Into the state treasury 132399935 collected from the national govern ment upon claims arising from money furnished by the state to the govern ment of the United States during the civil war Within the last two weeks we have used some of that money in paying off the state debt and burning- up its bonds Our dobt when I came Into office was 1000000 Wo have already paid off 954000 leaving a debt of only 46000 which will soon be paid off with some of tho same money and still leave us out of tho fund about 200000 My work In the matter has been ono of the reasons why I have not been able to meet my worthy opponents on the stump and explains why I could not show a more ictlvo interest in mv ramnalon Whatever may be your verdict re member that I belong to that class of democrats who never bolt their par ty ticket or refuse to support the par v anUden SPECIAL BARGAINSF- OR THIS WEEK AT The New York store r Corsets worth 25o nt 17c Corsets worth 75c 81111 nt 37c Wlmlobonca nt Co a bunch Pearl buttons At 5c a dozen Percales all elmdos and yard wide at 5c yard Big Line of Laces Will be sold This at YOUR OWN PRICES Nv We will pay lie a dozen for eggs or Ic MORE on the dozen than any merchant in town The New York Store Next Door to Lincoln County National Bonk should bo but cue question to consider in deciding where to Inks your Prescriptions and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to bo halit No motive or iniluouco should be allowed to weigh against it When you do this wo snail expect to servo you When we fill your prescriptiion every drug that en ters into it has the exact potency the physician desires nnr hntOIHo1 nrlt int IlR satisfactory as our serviceu V Drug Store Stan1or1CI Who snIiIIIaThcr- o Pennys Stanford NABOTH Standard Iluie U llecortl 21 + J Sired bv WaMnjfbam 2189 sire of List itude 2li and ninny others in the list walslnflinin N aboth a sire Is a son of George Wllkes Mil First dart Tinsel by Messenger Uuroo 100 son Hamblctonlan and sirs of Elaine dart of Nor la In yearHot rec ord 2311 Second dam UfiM sister tofnmee Howrll Jr by uambmonlnn 10 sire uf Dexter 21it Titled data Jessie SBYIf by Ilarry Clay sire of St Julian 21U Uodine 21O and 1J others that have prmlutled 230 trotters Al so sire of dam of Klwtlomcr Fourth dam by Liberty son gf Lunco by American Hcliuso Will stand at 10 to insure a living colt HAPSBURG 509flay stallion 101 hands high Iy Glotr 20 imported let dam Jolly ly i Wonderful 534 2nd by reserves H22 Find dam by Trinket A I Trop by County King lie 2d dam by Champion of FNglnnd 608 3d dam by Uaniabv 070 4th dam by Grand Turk 133- NOTK You eon see that Hapsburj IH a iwro brad Cleveland bay KtitfHsii Coach Horse lIt Is n mahogany bay with black uolnta weight L276 pounds drives well gentle and kind with tile style nail high action Can 1 mile hotter than 3 minutes Any one wishing a v brwl coach horserto breed on Standard Bred mares for getting style speed and action should see thla horse Will stand at t 10 to tenure a living colt Will also stand a splendid 10 hand 1 itch jack at P9 for mares anti 811 for jtmmtIi throe grazed at F2 per month which In all eases mutt bo pafd before tho are removed Caro taken to uaHdents hut not responsible IIhoultl- nnv 1 utJIC UAUGII lAN Hustonvlllo Ky W B McROBERTST- HE DRUGGIST Has New Spring o- fFFJPRWALLBest Ready Mixed PAINT for any PRESTON 922Vol II Solid bay black points 1SS hand high flue style stain BT WASIIIJfOTO 54 1 dam Bell by Khoderlolc lot 2 dambyDenmark Hello the dam of Ireston was a noted show mars It Is needle to commend him ai bo Is one of the finest how hones In Kentucky Hit colts are coming to tho front and bringing startling prIces 1reslon will serve mares at 112 SO to insure living colt Will keep mares on grass at et a month W Ii IIUltTON Lancaster Ky ANTECARLO 226 12 Made over Versailles track In winning race Sired by Anteo 3U6H tbat old for 130 000 at public sale 1st dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of Vlambrlnu Patchen Tbeie two crosses produced The Abbot J03Ht champion trotting of the world 2nd dam Independence son of Andrew Jackson Independence dam by American Star The American Star and Andrew Jackson blood la responsible for Cretceut 2i02H the champion trotting stal lion of the world You sea Antecarlers two top crowc are responsible for the fastest gelding two next crosses aro responsible for the fastest stallion Then YOU roe he la better bred than either of them fr he has the blood of both- Antecarlois a olld brown horse ISJi hands high weighing 1170 pound fine style and action One of the heat posted men on trotting hones writes of him as fol lowa In regard to the stallion Antewtlo arrf is you bought of T H dmlley I will uy I worked him bpul oo days In 191 anal consider him on of the f trotters I ever drove or In other words about as fast- as I ever uw I hav teen him trot a 104 tall timeI by a propecllv buyer court was a tinquartier that he not atep a rekingoflie will make season our sale barn at IIS to Insure a living colt PENCE Standard Will also stand this wellknown hone He la too well known to need comment Aa a sire of highclass business hones ho has never been Will stand at20 to Insure colt Mares parted with after being bred to these hones insurance and money becomes dun Lien retained on colt until season Is paid E II DEAZLtr d Co J rtr sa 4 KU Ky I10016 Styles Purpose Hemp Seed For Sale I a A limited amount of strictly nice clean cultivated Hemp seed of Uu Importation for sale For prices and terms addre DANKB HUDSON Lancaster KyrDIGNITY DARE COMBINED STALLION foaled 1495133S hands high weight 1 200 pounds mahogany bay with black pointyand a model In form with that style characterlitla of the Cheater Dare family co universally acknowledged as su perior to all As a how hone be has made a good record winning In his class sad In sweepstakes many blue tics In his 3 year I old form Dignity Dare won 13 blue ties out of It shows in Central Kentucky In bar nets ha It very ttyllth well gaited with pure decided action and with a little band last fall stepped a 310 gait a clip taw tthoneIs attractive bold with best of line action speedy separating his gaits perfectly with knee action nccetiary for an uptodate tire Ills colts though young are coming to the front and fast ranking him ono of the beat of breeders which class bring sensational price nil colts are large rangy with wellaet neck line back broad flat bone with great action and bet ot color inspectthemloRJI1Slred by famous Chester Dare SqulrrelIIhe byOalne 5 mnrk F 8 he by Imported Hedgeford litdam Llule No 8367 A T II bnydlclrlUambletonlan10let longer 3rd dam bv GUI Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welcbmonts lit dam Pau 28113I1003 at my stable a living colt Marts traded or parted with forfeits In surance and money becomes due at time of auch transaction Lien retained upon all colts till season money is paid Mare from a dUtance grazed atU per month Grain fed K desired at reasonable rates All bills must be paid before removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive my personal iAttention but will not be responalolo for accidents or escapes D 8 CARPENTER Poona In RealdencoIIustoavlllo