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Digital page images are linked to the text file. dip r- X o A rav y + yy- t 1 SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXX1 STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 21 1903 8 A M NO 15 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC I Galloway Nance bought In Mercer 20 tieer at I20CO J M Crest bought a carload of hope In Kockcasllo at Co Two extra trees cods for sale 0 At Swlnabroad Bubble2tA J Ooocb sold to Col Underwood a yearling bull for 130 J K Baugbmau sold to Mickey of Lebanon a gelding for 1116- I S TevU ioldto George Holmes of Crab Orchard a three yearold Jack for 1350 FOR SALE A good brood mare six bars old S H Peavyhouso Hurton vllle Ky 2t C V Gentry Oral by Imp Order dropped a One fllly colt by Sir Welter Monday morning Tbo Pratbcr of Mlllersbure old John Spoho of Cyntbltoa 21 1000 pound betters at 60 SEEP tORN100 bushels Doooo county white well matured well te Icctedatll per bushel W M Bright B D Carter bought of flea Rowe of Russell county a lot of heifer at 31c and of Isaiah White d Sons a bunch of iboatiatOio II C Bauchraan told to Mickey of Lebanon a fouryearold gelding lor 1100 and to Ceo J Cunningham a two year old mule for 125- IV S Scddcr It standing this year he splendid young stallion Duke of Illcbraond Read In mother column bli description and pedigree Bbaoklln A Walker U the tylo of LexlDglont new horse ale Arm wblcb- aucccedl Woodard Shankllc well known to all Eastern horsemen a RC Nunnolley sold to J C Johnson 105 owe at 1275 for Augusj delly ory and 100 lamb at II Ho sold to George RHTe a buncb of bogs at Mc- G A Swlnobroad told to Fox k Bright a pair of five yfar old mule for 1300 Ue bought a pair of aged mule for 1150 and 50 00pound stock hogs at Gee Sixtyfour boghead of burley tobacco have been recently sold and Iblp pod to England and Ireland by Dan Peed of Par at an average prlco of 131 coati per pound- E II Ileazley is standing hi two hones Antecarlo sod Penje at his stable In the Wet End of towd amToot at Deatley Ufery table a the 1m presslon seems to prevail Dr1NCILLCCounTTbero war considerable trading at Uanvlllo court yes terJay Yearling and two year olds were In demand at 4 to lie heifer 3 to A and butcher cattle Si to 31c Mules and borC commanded high figures Dudd Doblo and John Splan trainers and driver of light harness champion and bosom friend wilt return to the sulky this year each beblod a horse that II expected to become a champion Doblo will drlvo Kinney Lou by McKinney and Splan will handle too rein over DIFora by Expedition No matter how a man may drew TII not hi clothes that make him lodeed the welll themselves confess More often tll they break him Syracuse Herald T Dr Charles Howard of St Paul lad was killed and Richard Rice of lodlanaooll badly hurt fn a cohesion at Indlaoapoll between a traction oar and an automobile BARGAIN BABIESI- f babies were for tale the most invet erate bnrgnist hunting woman in the world not took for a bargain JaW She would want the best baby that could be bought regardless of price Every woman natu craves a healthy handsome child and her crav can be gratified If she will but remember that the health U her own gift and to give health she must Yhave it to gfve- Motbcn whose babies have been weak and puny nave nursed In eueltgt- their first stron after Dr Pierres Pwrorite Prescription It u the preparative for maternity encouraging a quieting tie nerves IndudngreC- resbing sleep It gives the mother strength give her and mak the babys advent practically painless My wife had been sick nearly an her life say Mr K E Frkke of lrlrnbafl Menard Co Illlaol ltoz 7 and Ann trying thlcr I could think or I made up m mind to puofile I RtJt 111 bottlwhich wife look a tablrSpooafut three Mmes a day unltl the baby came She felt better after taking the first and when bsbt was torn be weighed nine and a half pound Today bf Cilia months old and weighs twentyhro pounds U ugood a child as an one could The doctor says be U u healthy as any could tbeatuegtauchhFaVorite wcrlpUonwaws a healthy baby Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets are the best and aafwt laxative for the use of delicate women t r i L 1L HERE AND THERE A famoii broazo statue over a ton was stolen at CblclIoI drAtroyedbfiru i ibisThere way a dlia troun wreck on the Northern Pacific railroad near Dickinson N DItbe amo ng the poibllltles Emil Bchlnzel under arrest at In dlanpoll is said to bo wanted In Texas for extensive fogerie The Minnesota tbe largest vessel built in Unjted State waters Will launched atNew London Conn J Dud Taylor a former baseball player WAS hanged at Kansas City for the murder of his sweetheart A now device to prevent locomotive wheels front sipping tntgnttlzr the drivers to that they stick to the rids The Shamrock HI while preparing to race had everything above deck carried away by a tquxtt which struck her A census of over 1000 graduates of tile MatsachusetlH Agricultural College shows that one in three of them are now farmerSuch cold and enow as were experi enced In the United Kingdom during the pmt week were Unprecedented in twenty years Oltlten resisted an attempt of olUcer to raid a pool room at French Lick Two of tho constables were arrcalcd for carry log concealed weapon Four children were drowned In high water In tho Wabash bottoms near Clinton Ind while hundreds looked on helpless to lavojbtm In the Western Now York Old Maids Convention at Plttsburc President Roosevelt was denounced for hls utter ances relative to race suicide Tbe contest over the will of Millionaire A C Hutchlnson president of the Morgan railroad who loft a fortune to Tulane University New Orleans was decided lu favor of the school General Baldwin the successor of General Funoton in Denver Is also In trouble for talking not wltoly but too much HI said the other day ho liked negro soldiers because If they got killed it made no dlflerenro The weekly reviews of trade show that wet and cold weather materially retarded tho retail trade In commodities The iron and steel trade Ii again normal with the demand keeping close to the supply Trallle conditions continue to improve A mall clerk anda negro fireman were killed in a wreck on tho L and N railroad near Casllebury Ala Three other mall clerks were injured Train Wo 13 ran Into a siding the switch having been left open by a preceding gain Patti Comes High Patti contract wile her American manager covertonlv 00 article Hero aril some of the conditions under which she will warble In tbo United States Sho sings In GO concerts at the rate of WOOO per toncert and ono half of the gross receipt If lame are above 17600 50000 to bo paid cash In hand and 1250003 before tbe goes aboard ship October 16 Patti selects steam or and accommodations namely seven rooms for herself and husband Barod CedeVstroem and rooms for seven ler vants 21 doge an Aagora goat and some 60 birds Tbo above applies to travel both on land and tea For land travel special trains aro to ba engaged The manager may travel on tbo same train but In a car not connected with MadamePatti must receive at least three flower piece of laurel leaves at each performance The cheapest scats must not be below 83 At the manager cost Patti selects her own hotel and her reception room must not be less than 150 a day Ar rangement must be made with tbe betel kitchen that her two mouthcooks can prepare meals thereat the mana gars expense of course Tbe mana ger must also furnish two twoborse carriages day and night Paul selects tho orchestra leader and the singers Tbc program must have three numbers only two songs and one operatic part with chorus from AIda Rlgoletto Lucle Travlana Faust o Trouvere Patti may sing more but must not be asked to do so Now Orleans and Cuba must not bo included In the tournee Paul doesnt like tbo clmate there Danger of ColdsandGrip The greatest danger from colds and grip is their resulting in pneumonia If roe lionable care Is used however and Chamberlain Cough Remedy is takenall danger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these diseases wo have yet to learn ora pneumoolaI I cure a or an attack of the grip in less time than any other treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For sale byI Oralg d Hocker J M INEW NOTES A Maynvllle man who refused to be vaccinated was lined The blto of a cat caused the death of a woman at PeorIa IIIIJohn P Gaines a well known cltl deadIaged 70- George Croft was run down and kill ed by an L fe N freight train near CroftonA man Is promoting a plan for destroying tbe sharks in tbe waters about Havana It requires 8000 pounds of roses or 6000000 flowers for a pound of essen teal oil of rOle A Missouri Judge has decided that a woman baJa right to bold her skirts out of the mud Chris Debout a groom of a week was arrested at Seymour Ind cbarg ed with bigamy- Unprecedented snow blizzard and cold aro prevailing io the southern provinces of Austria The L tr N depot at Carapbellsburc burned The building was new and the loss Is considerable Francis M Scalla the organizer and director of the Marino Band at Wash ington Is dead aged 81 Two men named Szemore and Grif fin fought a duel over a girl In West Virginia Slzemoro was klll d Ono man was killed and several In jured by the explosion of gas In a coal mine at Buck Indian Territory Dank statements show that there ton deposit In Kansas more than tOO for every man woman nod child In the State The Leonora Deposit hank of More head Howan countv filed Incorpora tion articles with the secretary of StateUp to date 318 statutes of William I of Germany have been erected In Ger man towns at a total cost of about 86 000000Frank Brown who while bookkeeper of a bank nt Newport embezzled 1106 000 writes from Honduras that be will soon return to Newport A portion of tbe smokottack on the monitor Arkansas bad to be cut off be fore she could pass under tbo Illinois Central bridge at Cairo It Is reported In Indianapolis that attorneys for the prosecution In the Goo bel assassination case will repeat their demands on Gov DurbIn of Indiana for If S Taylor Youtsey In his testimony In the Howard case said Taylor otlercd to give the Negro Hookcrsmith a pardon and a military escort to the mountains If be would kill Goebel Katd Maclean Commanderlncblcf of tbe Moorish army draws tbe com fortable salary of 135000 a year As a Lieutenant In the British army his pay was Jess than 1350 ayear James McKlnncy an outlwalkilled and two of his confederates captured by ofllcervai Bakersvtlle Col In the fight McKlnney killed a deputy sheriff and fatally wounded a city mar ibat It le claimed that tbe skulls of Mr and Mrs Charles Fair who wore kill ed In the automobile accident In Franco will bo used as evidence to refute the statements that Mrs Fair survived hoc husband The coroner jury which investl gated the lynching oT a Negro at Jop Iln Mr returned a verdict holdlrg 3 men guilty of hanging the man Oth er members of the mob which after ward tired the houses of many Negroes and attacked the occupants are said the o leaving tbe town Charges of favoritism and Iccompo tency against officers of tbo mall equip moot division of tbo portoBlco depart meat have been prepared by the Cen tral Labor Union of Washington One of the accusation le that a Negro woman It favored In preference to a worthy white woman A severe hailstorm swept over Louis villa and the surrounding country Sun day beating down crops and doing thousands of dollar of damage to tbo truck and flower garden Green hone es were wrecked trees were s tripped of their foliage and all flower and young plants exposed to the ball were ruined OrleansrRoute has made a special low rate for the benefit of the veterans and their friends who anticipate attending this meeting Tickets will bo on sale May 1021 good returning until May 24 1003 Privilege of extension until June 15 Ask your nearest ticket agent for particulars or write W C Ulnearson G PA A Thoughtful Man I M M Austin Winchester Ind knew what to do Inl the hour of need t Ills wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her lie thought of and tried Dr Kings Now Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at all Drug Stores I JUDGE R J BRECK1NRIDGE Who has withdrawn from the guberna tonal race IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Win Smith In dead at Rich mondTbero are coveral cases of emailpox near Livingston Sberley ElkIn of Lancaster Is clerk In The Mlddlnsboro at Mlddlesboro The trial of Vie Metier for the murder af Ellen Games In pOgrees In DarbuurvDle The Central University Law Depart men will award diplomat to about 10 graduates thus veer William F Rowe formerly of James town Russell county will open a wholesale grocery at Burnilde A bed of aipbalt has been discovered within bait a mile of Mt Vernon and other valuable ones IIX miles southwest of there near Level Orpen Clifford Jones an employe at the Iron furnace at Mlddlesboro was struck on the bead by a levar and In stantly killed Qe leaves a family Mr Gent Mr Parker and Mr Rain have sued the Mlddleaboro Town and Land Company for posneeslon of 40 acre of lind In the heart of the city of Mlddleiboro John W Rock for many years agent for the Louisville dl Atlantic railroad at Richmond bas been appointed traffic manager for the Junks Car Co of Cleveland O The Standard Oil Company bas begun to develop the Knox county oil fields It has assigned 50 tank cars to Darbourvllle to run between there and- S Louis Mo where the oil is to be refined Former School Trustee George Mor rte of Knox county charged with sell log bis school to a teacher was on trial found guilty and not only fined 150 but ordered excluded from office and fran cblte for life The places of striking miners at the Ely mines near Darbourvllle have been filled and work has been renewed after a suspension of three week The miners truck because they were not allowed a check welgbman and a two week pay day The Citizens Dank of London open oi Its doors for business April 15 In the Masonic building The directors are among the most substantial business men of London and the future of the Institution looks bright D C Ed wards It president E H Hackney le vice president and J R Palmer if Georgetown l8 consist Sparks d Williams will operate their two crushers to brake ballast for the Louisville and Nashville railroad They have secured a 120000 contract to supply 30 miles of road South of Corbin where the company la laying new 80 pound steel rail It will take five months to fill the contract and 100 men will be employed Mt Vernon Signal C M Randall of London who baa been busy this winter storming the strongholds of the moonshiners In tbe mountain counties bas sent a note to Revenue Agent C fl Ingram at Louisville announcing captures that may constitute bis star exploit Tbe note le dated Whlleaburg Letcher county and states that Randall bas just seized four large mill and captur ed as many men Two of them he took to Whltesburg where they were given examining trials before U S Commis sioner Baker and held over to the May grand jury In 1500 bonds Grip Remedies In Great Demand When colds and grip are prevalent the quickest and surest remedies are in great demand Mr Joseph D Williams of McDuff Va says he was cured of a very deep and lasting attack of la MPPO busing Chamberlains Cough Remedy after trying several other preparations with no effect For sale by Craig A Hocker An electric car ran away down a steep grado at Allegheny Pa wreck log a carriage and derailing a frelgnt train beforo It went to pIeces Forty five passengers wore Injured one of whom probably will duo The best physic Chamberlains Stom Inch and Liver Tablets Eaay to take plcasantIn cflfcect For sale by Craig Hocker The Best Clothes Wo wont say that they arc found at Tile Globe but you will say so after you have inspected our Spring Goods Now ideas in Clothing and Xcckwear White Vests Etc IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied Tr D mILLER Danville KU BuggiesSurries i- Road Wagons See our 65 Buggie full leather top Bailey han gers Bradley shaft coupler long dastance axles dust proof hubs spring seats etc Phone 19 Ja HASELDEN Lancaster Ky GARDEN SEEDS We have nn IMMENSEstock of garden seeds both in bulk and package We have Burpees and Ferrys Cin 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 stocjc to select from Also good stock of northern seed potato earliest varieties of second crop HigginsMKinneySTANFORD YCrnEyesAre constantly changing and to guard against badly fitting Lenses you should Have Them Tested I At least once n year If your glasses have become scratch ed by frequent wiping dont endanger your eye sight by sing them They should bo changed as soon as you dont see as well as you used to through them Craig Rocker CLOTHINGA Suits For Men Boy sand Children Also a Splendid Line of TKOUSERS all Manufactured by tho very best manufacturers in the country Call and see our stock W E PERKINS STANFORD GREENHOUSE EVERGREENSBalanm Fir American Spruce Arbor vitas Magnolias Floral design on hort notice Redding and Vrretablo llant of aU kinds In season IJione 29rlug 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford STANFORD Crab 1Kyfl A JONES DENTISTI Office over Iliggina k McKlnneya Stors Telephone No 01 V- a1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON i HENRY M BOSWORTH It a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the primary elrcttan May 9 90J ant soHclts the support of all demoaa- tJ F HOLDAM h a candliite for the Democratic nomination for CIr- cuit Oerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party M F NORTH It a candidate for the Democratic nomlnatlo for Representative of Lincoln county Subject to the ac loa of the patty J M ALVERSON- Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for ReI resenutlv of Lincoln County subject to the action of lie partvv Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge MCSAUFLEY- For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OW8LEY JR JUDGE R J BRECKINIUDQES withdrawal from the gubernatorial race was not In the nature of a surprise tomaDY In fact since his failure to pay in bls tntranca fee many of bli friends aDd admirers have believed that he would quit the race A splendid democrat an excellent gentleman and an able JU- rist he Is well equipped to make a model executive and we would hi ve been proud to cast our vote for blm but we coincide with the judge in bls action and believe with btu that bad he kept on in his race he would have been waging a losing fight some thlog that the grand old exConfedi ate soldier did not desire to do Following is Judge BrecklnrldgeS letter of withdrawal Danville Ky April 181903 Hon A W Young Chairman Frankfort Ky Dear SIrI am within the last few days advised by my friends in whoso judgment I have the utmost conll dence that I may not expect under existing clrcumstancs to win tho nom Ination for Governor at tho May primary I havo no disposition to maintain a hopeless contention nor to- wage a losing fight I beg therefor to notify you that I am no longer 11 candidate for the nomination to which I havo referred With hearty good wishes for the continued success of our party I am sir Very truly yours ROBERT J BRDCKINRIDOB Tug INTERIOR JOURNAL was for Judge Brecklnrldge for governor not only because ot his being a nelgbbo and a friend to the paper but becaug of hit peculiar fitness for the office It thinks that he would have made a capital executive and as that high off olal would have proven a credit to bls party as well as to himself and friend But the judge has withdrawn and tbe I J hereby announces Its Intention to support Gov J C W Beckbam who Col W T Ellie of Oweniboro eav has made the beet governor since Goy Shelby occupied the gubernatorial chair THE utmost misery prevails throughout Spain owing to the continue drouth Thousands of people are en tlrely without food and but little Is be lag done to aid tbe destitute and luf faring As the republican administration claims the credit for every good crop and seasonable rain we have In this country surely it has the powe to send some to our thirsty Spaniel brothers Teddy cbuld afford to give them about ninetenths of tbe down pour we are getting just now and never miss it- TIIE Brazilian coffee crop so large that the government has under cooeld eratlon a peculiar method of Improvlo the market It consists In the levyin of an export duty of 20 per cent parable out in cash but In coffee In other words tbe Brazilian government Is to confiscate and destroy onefifth of the exports of that commodity In the hope that tbe artificial scarcity thus created will raise the price of the remaining four fltthe to a level insuring a profit to the planters IT is against tbo laws to bunt Irf Yellowstone Park but the Interior Department discovered the other day that the mountain lions were becoming too survlgroua in the park and tbui sport was provided for Mr Rooievelt who is said to have killed one of the animals The other three lions In the park will now be good JUSTICE BROWN Inthemunicipal court of Boston decided that a specta tor has a right to express condemna tine of a theatrical performance by hissing groaning oolog or saying sarcastic things In discharging a de fondant the Justice remarked that hies log in a theater Is not a crime anymore than applause EDITOR ALLEN of th pynthlan Democrat has been honored by the Cy tblaoa Lodge of Elks He was chosen delegate to tbe GranJt Lodge which meets In Baltimore In Jnly i It took seven cars to transport tbe lowers for tho late Vanderbilt wed ding and a covered wagon guardi byI detectives to take the wedding presents where they could be place on view In this unostentatious way do our sly plutocrats pay homage to Amer lean Industry and contribute lavlebly for Us support issuechaIN the Commoner William J Bryan presents Sonltor William J Stone as the fleet of a lIet of persons worthy to be considered as candidates for the democratic Domina tlon for president In loot II THIS AND THAT Mrs Robert Fltzslmmons wife of the famous heavyweight pugilist Is dead In Montgomery county Judgo Lawson was shot and killed by Charles Our bamAn express train on the Erie railroad olllded with a freight and six persons were killed Ben V Smith a Somerset attorney was thrown from his buggy in a rUD sway and badly hurt According to Bishop Coleman 18 50000000 sins are committed in thl countrvannulIyDr a leading citizen of larrodsburg and a former member of tho Legislature Is dead The Illinois Steel Company w1ll build a 3000000 Portland cemen I- plant In Lake county Ind Jim Howard got badly tangled In some of his testimony on crossexa atlon In his trial at Frankfort There have been 125 cases of smallpox and 24 deaths from that disease In iavsvllle In the last six months At Fort Wayne Ind Harry Kline shot and fatally wounded Lizzie Jackson 14ycarsold and then killed himself The man arrested at Miami Fla for apereonatlpg Gov Beckham has been adjudged Insane and taken to an asylum Three girls who had escaped from tbe State Reform School at Greendi were captured in a box car at WII tmstown Tbe arrest of a young pickpocket 10- New York has brought out the fact- tbat there Is an academy of crime alntalned In that city A French syndicate Its claimedI bas secured oil properties In tbe Oblo- and Indiana oil fields valued at betwee 16000000 and 7000000 The date of tbe Ohio State republ can convention has been changed so a not to conflict with the time set for tbe marriage of Ruth Banna Vllddlesboro Is without police pro tectloD Chief Ball and his lleutenan Shelby Turner having tendered their Ignationa effective immediately Jim Howard repeated the story told at Former trials stating that he was at- tbo Board of Trade Hotel ln Franlc- fort when Senator Uoebel was shot Mrs Lee wife of Missouris Lieutet ant Governor states that her husban II offering from nervous prostratloi an1 did not leave St Louis to escape a subpoenaA has been issued agalni Felix Neal a Pike count teachei urging him with kissing little True la Smith a school girl whom be wat InetructlngAo to reorganize the Boxe movemeDt near Pekln was promptl euppreued by the killing of several of lobe criminals and by an order to ry- and then behead 10 others under arrest turglars who were attempting to- 100t a bank at Wampum Pa were sur- prlled by a citizen who opened fire on- tbem Tbe fire was returned and dui Ing the fight ono of the burglars was- Idlled and the citizen was wounded Ira Nellie Benson wife of a color el druggist at Rlcbmond Va wbo pa sea me Virginia bin to Board of- Pnarmacy examination is the first Ne- Kro woman to receive a certificate Iron lobo board and the tnird ono to make the attempt nports and exports of the UnitedS- tlAtell both passed me oillion dollar- mark for the 12 mootbs ending Mural 31 lat sad buts exceeded all provlou records The total value of Imports- Will 91001590693 that ot exporu was 11414786951E was arrested atOwensbo charged with burning tne factory of tbO ro Owensboro Paste npany Charges ofrobbery on sebreaklng werealso preferred- allalnet Allen who a discharged em- ploye the company A posse of farmers was summoned hi the rural telephone system at Edwards- vllle 111 and gave chase to two mene- UPPOiJed to have robbed two farm- houaes Frank Charles of Mobile Ala one of the alleged robbers wae- killed The other escaped ollowlng a fight between revenue officerl and moonshiners in Letcber- county In which James and William- Moore brothers and alleged moon hIDer were wounded Deputy Mar- ehal James C Asher was shot and killed at Whltesburg by Jailer Bony leon U PAINT LICK Dr F M Walker is having his office- remodeled Mrs J D Langford is the guest of her daughter ore Alvah Adams Mr Beisle England and little child reu are tbe guest of Mrs Jack Adams W M Fish sold a heifer at 4c U L ennlngs sold a sow and pigs for 830 Mrs Pattle Eogleman sold a sow and plJtI for 13840- Mrs Jennie Searcy has recovered ufficlently to be brought home Jack Adame of Mt Vernon is visiting here Mn S H Blount Is quite sick with grip 11 ti- Y POLITICAL Congressman bruuK J Wactiul wlh unanimously nrmlnatcd by the repu Beans for mayor ot Baltimore Democrats of the old fourth dletrlct of Illinois wilt test tbe recent jl1dlclal reapportionment by the Legislature Tbe Tennessee Legislature adjour ed sine die after Pitting the revenue bill as agreed on by the conferee committeesEx David D Qeuderson wl I locate In New York and become the president of the Lund Investment Com paoy there QU salary will be 110000 a year Senator Hanna In a speech at Coluj bus will defend organized labor In at ewer to President Parry ot tho Amur can Manufacturers Aiiocluilou wbo recently denounced lubOrVclooa the next few dale Chalrma Barnett will call a meeting oltbo re publican State central committee to lx the time manner and place of sc letting lobo nominees for State olllced Albert Douglas of Cbllllcotbe wll jpposo Myron T Herrlck fur the re publican nomination for gbvernor of Ohio He is the only caudldate wni refutes to get on the track after But Cox announced fur Hel rick Four State Senators are include imong those ngatnat wbom indictment were returned yetturditv by the J tiler BOn City Mo grand jury which bai been Investigating onlltllO of boodlluic LIeu Gov Lee bite sent word to the St Louis authorities that be will re urn to that city by next Tuesday Tne nomination ot Myron T Herrick of Cleveland at the republican cane late for governor In Onto is practl ally assured by announcement of leorge B Cox ul Cincinnati that be rill nave the support ut the Hamilton lately delegate Lox declares tnai tbe Interests of Roosevelt and Hanna are uppermost In the minds of the re ubltcans of tbe Buckeye State Makes A Clean Sweep Thetas nothing like doing a thing orousbly 01 all tho salves you 6Vtr- beard of Uucklent Arnica Salve Is tbe- beet It sweep away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Outs Bolls Ulcers Skin uptlons and Plies Its only 25c and aranteed to give satisfaction by all uggins WOOL WANTED 100000 pounds of good wool wanted at the- hlghelt market price Call for sacks We- want i your wool rC0UUYAOKi 80q Huttonvllle Ky I NOTICE I- If you think of building or repairing we- can eve you money on your material An- klndlof heavy or light framing any length beTeled poplar tiding floor hardwood ceiling eating base or cornice boards Teranlla posts ana bracket bored and turned stairway newel pliteren lathes white oak fencing blank gum oak or chestnut Write for prices RUdtPURLY Blloa Ilartwell Ky A 8 PKJCh jDent1n Stanford K Jffiaorv MeKotxru tlellUaUdlJl DR P I W I Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Offico in Myors louse Flats G I N GILLOCK proprietor The Tonsorial Art Rooms HUSTONVILLE KY Call In when you want a clean Shave or a Stylish Ualr Out The Chicago only 35 Why pay 8100 when tho Chicago will do as well last as long and works easier than tho 100 typewriter LexingtonBicycieWorksState r Ii 1 Jf l THE GRAND LEADER Vo have just received alurgoshlpmentofCroB sctta Vine Shoes for men All toes and widths carried In stock This Is the finest e3CO and Ili shoo Wade Try one and you will wear no other A dressy patent loath er kid made from Hooters selected stocK Cros setts shoes will cost you 400 Tho line Krichbaum Suits wo have in stock are strictly hand made and fit to perfection Try a suit In nil materials and styles Prices 5 to 20 200 dozen Mens Shirts special 1 goods 48 cents all sizes largo stock of Dross Goods White Goods Domes tics Ladies Furnishings Corsets Carpets aro all in and it you to it over before LeaderM B Levy Co ProrsSB Levy Mir PARKERS HAIR BALSAM twwuHk UM Salt rnrthI y I i04I1 lmIou j Public Sale lUTlnR decided to locate In the West I will otter for sole to the highest bidder on SATURDAY MAY IS 1003 I my house and lot mile onllaatoovlUefrom Huilonvtlle andI lradford vlllo Rlovrn room ontonlently arranged cUlcrn and wen near the door barn and all nwenurr out alldlnj 1 new Will also tell a lborte waOn new and household an4 lichen furniture MRS ELLA 3 ROSE Sheriffs Sale First Niltenil flank ef SemtrMt Ky Plfl vets J D Dtulton Oft tiha Bak Uncota tirellit APRIL 901 tUinlniint to oclock at MIMeJEevtn Ky tout fy extortion No 1uwMl oflr at auction to the hlbul b41SJer the stock ol General Merdand- lformeriyexposedforuklnthe se nae of Ferrlll anJ Vau ht- TERMSThe rty win te oflertJ as a who- sad le In the event no stkfacbry ti Is recelve4 It wIII then toe 01lHeJ la reUM tits The ute will be on a credit of J months with approved security and Inlertsl from date of salt Purchasers may at their opllon ray cash The sale wHI te conttnueJ from dav tc 4Iy until throueh M So BAUGIIAtAN ShcrlR Lincoln Count AN ORDINANCE The city council of the city of Stanfoi to ordain an follow That the North ilde of Main street In Stanford Ky from the residence property of William Severance excluding It to the eddenco property of M I Elmore at tbe nterectlon of Math and Danville street nclndlng It and also the last side of Dan rule street In said city from the property I D Elmore above referred to and Inlt It to the residence property of Mrs Eo Itlmi heirs Including so much of sam to a point opposite the entrance of traded lot bo part rlth a brick to be support cd by a tone work U to be lone In every particular as required by Section 40 of the Bylaws Unit and for tho government of tho city of Stanford Ky except that pave cent shall be six fet In width and the old work hall be done at tbe cost of tbe iwnen of tha ground fronting the Improve arntf as provided br law The foregoing Iacopy of an ordlnanc dopted April 2nd 1002L R IluaiiiH Clerk Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Estelle MBH Sired by llcadl Golddost 4100 by Oolddust ISO by urmont dam by llcnrtl an Imp rablan stallion Dorsey Qolddmt dam lorcnce by Golden Mlngo Chief a son of togs Morgan descending from Justin Morgan making him an Intensely Inbred Moran stallion the best family of road horse known Dorser Oolddust Is a dark bay ful 111 hand and weighs 1200 pounds A prov en and uniform breeder of high class roe and Eastern horses combining all thoqual Ilea for harness and saddle and are In land at prices Will make the proven aason for approved mares at my term 2V mile from at 120 to Insure a llv cot Money due when colt cornea wi- thQUASI 2127 In French Coach Horse Stud Rook of America also In Republlque 1rsncoho laves Natlonauz No 12883 Imp by M II Icbner A Co In 1808 Winner of first prize at tho National Universal Exposition at Iarll France in 180708 competing with 61 alllons and unbeaten in America Color bay small star black pointaIIIH band hlgb and glack pounds sessln boh speed and action his colts are breed toklng large rangy uniform in color and- form with unusual step and action Will make the present season at my farm near Stanford at tlO the season Mom when service rent Bred or 115 for a jiving colt Money due when colt comes or mare partod with at BOo per week on grass The reipoDllblllt1tor Patent Kid Button Oxford tow now and dressy 400 IvF 60 JR 50 GLNTLCMLNI AND 400 1AND PRICE tVLRYPAIR THE CROSSETT J ExmME ttATPOPUtARPQ1wINfatuiWCf ONE LOOK tirDUAABIUTY AND YOU CROSSETT CpO55ETTLEWIs Calf Kidn Ihoorthat will your and give COMFORT 350 for Our and Mattings will purchasing The Grand comparatively crtW- EDUiSDV curbingwhich or- mareparted SHOE FOR FINE r FURNITURE CARPETS e MATTINGS RUGS ETC RANGE SALE We will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices f Tho 17 kind will gg nth 1425ert The 25 kind Will gont c1rThe kind will nt 476 The 885 kind will 1S30 The SIO kind willgo ats475Tit-o 50 kind will go ntffI e t You have never hntl suoli opportunity pro pontcd to before so now is your chance 1 AH stoves will bo in your kitchen nnd guaranteed CEO H FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky t UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I can fix umbrella hotter than tho tramp repairer and for lest money Give toe a trial FHANK ATKIMS Stanford BLACK HAWK Is aired br Black Hawk No 1 hands high black with mealpoints good and length and stylo jacks ever saw Will make the season Cooks Springs farm five miles East of Stan ford at IT to Inure a living colt and money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted JOHN O KERB r vTOR o NAME ON New iMtfttT 1HOUU rO TYLt ftND ALL THUt IN THe SHOE YAot Velour or Vici fit foot you I t pay look rf 80 go O O nri you sot up bone with ALL It I Sorts of pretty jewelry is the vogue Muny nov oltties have been added rI Come in und see the hiti v cst in JewelryNatchcs- Clocks and Silverware fAbsolutely no inisreprc sentation II t I W H MUELLER IS at Stanford lSYj I PRESTON 922 to I Vol 11 Solid biy black polnUi 15 i hands high fine style i8tR1Dur1 dam 2 deco Belle the daub of Preston was a noted show mare It Is needles to commend him as he Is one of the snout show horses in Kentucky nls cotta arty to thll pricesVreston to In sure living colt Will keep mares on grass at U a month W H BURTON I V LsBCMterKy I 1 I L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KY Ant 21 1003 j In filling your proscriptions we usethe right In tbo exact I i Clone and with proper carol We could not do bettor If yon paid us double tbo I price which IB always reasonable Pen CTB Drug Store 4 PERSONALS I Mn JOAN M McRoHEhTS It Ill SaturdayJ E O GAINES of Lancaster was hero agCal It Lily spent Sunday here ARMIt FELAND JR spout several days In Louisville Mn S W GIVENS Is down from Mid dtesboro for a few days DR LiO HiNOLKfoK Is back from a collelrer ALVEIISON spent Sunday In Lexington Mn J B BEAZLEY wife and daugh ter spent 8uodsy at Somerset MISS DESSIE LANIIAM has returned after a visit to friends at LibertyI MR JOUN WOODS of Pulaskl Is hero with bis relative Mr U C Farris RODEnT HOSSNBTEIN spent several days with bis brothers at Frankfort MR J D MOORE leave1 today for Sherman Texas for a protracted visit JUDGEJAMES P DAI LEY and Miss Mary Bailey wont to Covlogton Saturday MIss TEVIS OAIUENTCR who U In Lexington has bad a severe attack of grip KootuokythomoMiss LUCILLE MKNKKEBU at home from tbo Conservatory of Muslo at Cin cinnatiMESSRS W M MORRIS and W E Perkins of Crab Orchard were here Sunday MIl IlOUERT FlNYEL U now engaged with Murray fc MbAdami tbp Danville jewelers JlOOKO M DAVISON came hot from Covlogton to spend Sunday wit his mother MHS8RS AT AND J It NUNNBL LEY are with tbelr parents Mr aDd NuooelloyG UALE returned Saturday from a protracted visit to her children at Kansas City MOKENZIB BROWN came down from Mt Vernon and spent Sunday with bis mother Mrs Oleo Drown DR AND MRS J D PETTCSof Cra Orchard bavo boon visiting thou daughter Mr James F Cummins LESLIE BRADLEY a former Lincoln county boy was hero yesterday from Harrodsburg en route to Lancaster Miss EVA SINOLRTOS little daughter of Committeeman Singleton ol Waynesbufg Is very low with typhoid lover PROP J W DAVIs president of the Mlddleburg Normal College was here Saturday and left a lot of printing at this oalce MESDAMES A W CARPENTER of I the West Ends and It L Salter Jr of Danville are visiting Mr Bryan Car peeler at Dayton 0 Mn WE PERKINS of Crab Orch ard his returned from a visit 10 bis aged mother to Pulankl Be says the roads In that county are too borrlblo to talk about TilElR legion of Lancaster friends regreVto learn that Mr W O Brad ley and daughter Miss Christine will leave In a tow weeks to make their pt r mantel home In Louisville Centra I RecordIN from Burleson Texas Mr Wm M Royston formerly ofGar J rard YItor sincerely bopo Judge 1 Santloy will be elected Bo has been I tried and has proven his fitness for cir cult Jlidltoto LOCALS BCOOY harness galore at Higgins McKlnney 200 LADIES skirts ice50 to 110 Grand Leader Foiif RENT 0 and acres of Jandior rent L R Bughcs jWoo wigpawy highest price for wool Call and got sacks now Carson do Peno k ELD A J ROIU SON baptized six converts In front of tbo water works Sunday afternoon WARE ROOM chuck full of bugglen carrlagc8Krunabout buckboards carte c Hlgglns it McKinney J At1 so handsome summer Seo them J C McClary 0 WE are keeping up the high stan dard In pictures Give us a trial and be convinced Mattte Sacray A HEAVY leather halter was put In k my buggy by mistake Owner can got It by calling on me T J Robinson IIuetonvllleeTHE delinquent list100 will sold at public auction In front of ti- y court house on Monday May 11 1003 county court day o NATHAN TRENTS house on Green River bur ed Friday with all Its coo tents The loss falls heavily on Mr Trout who lea poor mant aP t it j le 4 tiooo SEK that new style refrigerator at Hla Ins k MoKlnneys AGENT J 8 WOE sold 14 roundtrip tickets to Cincinnati Sunday NEW line Silk wokeandturn over collate Just received Grand Leader Little or no plowing bas been doneI so far end farmers are greatly behind with their work generally EXAMINATIONS fur graduation In common school brooches will bo hold at Clio court house May 8 1003 G Sin g letonthMu J B HtaotN pBSopened a stock of goods In Mr Isaac Hamiltons storeroom at Rowland and Is having ono trade T ZMTim Stanford base ball feat at the hands of tbo Hustonvlllo nine 12 to 11 at Ousionvlllo Saturday afternoon 0 Two trustees for the Graded School will bo elected Saturday week May 2 to thHo BILL SMITH colored was held over to circuit court In 8100 bond for break thttcsllogtbo theft flFOR RENT Storeroom on Lancas tor street and law offices formerly OCt cupled by W A Trlbblo Apply at thl office or write to W P Walton Lexington 4t 0 TUB next show to bold the boards at Walton Opera Douse Is The Folks Up Willow Creek which will bo proI senlcd by Freak Davidsons strong company on April 28 0 TUB county committee will moot hero Friday to select election officers and make other arrangements for the prl mary of May 0 Chairman Dutch reo quests a full attendance 01 CONKLINOS great Vaudeville Sbow did not show up for the matinee and evenings performance Saturday and eggregah l did at least FOR SALKAt my farm sear Hue tonvllle a Superior wbtfat drill and lat est improved Buckeye binder Doth new Will sell cheap Call on J 0 Honekcr at tbo farm or write John Mo Daniel Durnslde Ky CHAD ORCHARD people are already wllbyear pulllno rfor the big event and looking forward to it with pleasure Improvements are to bo made both on the buildings and track ADAM MCCORMAOK colored was are rested in Louisville charged with steal lug hogs of George T McRoberta of the Sbelby City section and placed In jail hero by Mr Den Farrell of tbc West End and Policeman John La plellc of Louisvlllo o 0 ON last Saturday the county redeem ed and canceled 15000 of Its 4 per cent turnpike bonds for 8511860 premium and accrued Interest added 12000 there bonds would bavo matured on March 1st loot and 83000 March 1 1000 Had these hands continued at Interest until maturity the total cost to 1the county at that date would bave been 15800 so that tbo purchase of the bonds at the price stated Is a saving of 1081 20 to the county o A WELL PRESERVED MAN Mr M Ulatt of the East End Is an exceed Inglv well preserved man Ho Is past 73 years old is as active as most men of 40 can read the finest print without glasses and his teeth aro as good as tb bon f havent taken a oboe of me icine since 1873 and Dr Pettus gay mo such a good dose then that I don eatdI been a tobacco user all of his life and g has always taken a drink when be wanted to o IT Is more than probable that the race for representative In this county is made up and tbat Messrs M F North end J M Alvorson will be tbo only starters Next Friday Is the last day for entrance and aa nobody is spok on of It Is a certainty that James F Holdams name will not go on the bal lots to be used In the primary of May- O The committee will declare him the nominee and bo will not have tho pleasure of being voted for The race between Messrs North and Alverson Is creating considerable Interest and wo predict It will bo a hotly contested and stubbornly taught one GREEN Mrs Bottle o eon dropp dead of heart disease at her homo ne Maywood Saturday morning aged 43 A son Edgar Eubanks aged 10 su vlyes her as well as her husband M James D Green who now resides In Fayotto county Mrs Green was a daughter of Bryant Hutchison and wboIwalIa d of this place and was a welleducated- and refined woman Sho bad been a teacher In the public schools of this county for yeah Her burial tuck place In Buffalo cemetery at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon 1 J IT Is clear at list and It looks as If It may stay so for a few dope 0 JUST in JOOO yards extreme wide Hamburg at lOo yard Grand Loader l HORSE show dayt Danville brought out a big crowd Some splendld aol mall were exhibited 0 jabpterlanW U Higgins next Friday afternoon at 230 TUB young ladles mission clrclo of e Christian church will bold an open session Sunday night at 730 Mr Yancoy will speak to the young people 0 0 A D PARSONS John Wooer worthy young teen bavo rented orris Freds Farmers Roller Mills and will run It for all It la worth Mr Per son has bad considerable experience aa a miller 0 U H LOOAN one of Crab Orchards merchants Is building a swroboueo near Mrs Alice NewlandM house In e Depot portion of town and will move his stock of goods to It as loon al- It Is completed FREAK Put Georgo Oaddls of e Peytons Well section hasfa pup at Is Indeed a freak It has two mouths 00 note 00 eyes and In the place whore hDOlO should be Is a snout about three Inches long T GOOD SCGOESTION Lincoln county- is to vote on levying a tax to build a I new court house Build a good lie brethren and then son that criminals do not wlgglooutof justice Dedicate It with a firstclass hanging Central Record 0 0 SecreIlarys peak to tbo women of Stanford Aux iliary and to all who wish to bear her next Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock In the lecture room of tbe Christian cburcb JAMES MALI tbo Crab Orchard her Is enjoying a good trade beau e be knows bIll huslncst keeps his rat tare barp and Is always ready to watt on tile public Give him a trial when you wear a BrstcUss shave or stylish hair cut Tim next State treasurer Mr Henry M Doswortb of Fayetie was In Dan ville yesterday shaking hands and mak tog friends He will bo hero today or to morrow Mr Bosworth Is tbo gen CaI for that fugitive n MATRIMONIAL John W Tombs secured license yes terday to wed Miss Mar aret High also of this county James T Vaugh ailed 70 and Mn Margaret Edwards 19 come Irom Chi cairo to Owcniboro to get married W B Slaughter of Pulailcl and Miss Martha Lovoll of this county were married at Ilev P J Ron b that gentleman yesterday Miss Molllo McKlnney and Oreo Haokett both of Union Clt Madison county alter several attempts succeed tad In eloping to Louisville whore they were married Muse Joile youngest daughter of W 5 Bright was married last Sunday morning to James tV Court Tbe cer cmony took place at the Barker House Somerset Republlcar The Atlanta Journal lava the mar riage of Dr W S Ellfln Jr of that AA will take place on tbe 29th Tbe groom Ii a former Lancaster boy son of Capt T A ElkIn and has many friends In bli na flue town of Lancaster Katherlad Morrow of weddand Is an exceedingly handsome and aucom pllibed young woman Mr Morrow la a son of Judge Thomas Z Morrow and Is a rising young lawyer Tha date the marriage has not yet been made known CHURCH MATTERS Rev Edward J Drlnkhouse editor of the Methodist Protestant at Haiti more is dead Dr Gano Duckner pastor of tbe Christian church at Harrodsburg has jut returned from a trip to the Holy Land Rev Charles A Trotman pastor of tbo Church of the Redeemer St Louie la olIo a practicing physician having regular office hours during the week Rev Frank E Cooley recently re signed a rector of Trinity Episcopal azieaaran Madlsonvllle 0 pastorr l pbla was stricken with apoplexy whl preaching and died shortly after be homeho of St Loul- whose sermons started the crusade against Clio boosters who bad court of tbe city government there was once a student at the Lexington Blblo Col legs I 1aralYllsID o u For SaleIFifty secondband good repair from 12 WOUOAN BOOYE Stanford Kr SWEET WILLIAM My splendid mule Jack wilt make tile present season at mr arm at the low price muleJackouo For addressE Millinery Opening At Liberty I- Wo beg to cdl the attention of the ladles of Casvr sad adjoining counties to this an lIlIneryOpeDlnltprepared to show n splendid line of goods In most uptodate stjlcs Having spent two dipweRELDEN SISTER Liberty ICv H Ce RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a CallI Gilt Edge Jr SADDLE STALLION provenLlmseltabreeder TImeFlntIBaUard aID M ANDERSON lreacheNvllle Ky INABOTH JR jmanestylo and finish and has extreme high action and If worked would step as fast as old Naboth his sire lie Is over 16 bands high weighs 1121 pounds and only 1 y nars old this May tie U sired by the wellknown Naboth First dam bv Messenger Chiefs Jr second dam Crlt Davit dam Thoroughbred Naboth will make the Beaton pf 1003 at our stable In Stanford at ilrlagcoltMonetparted this with Mareatntdedorremovedfromi i moneyladue J R IIEMLEV Stanford Ky For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Oor Myers Hotel Ilulldlng 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only Equitnbestrongestin Get also n combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casual everyvThe Combined Station DUKE of RICHMOND Will make the ttason of too at my firm one tulle south of McKlnney on McKinney h ML Salem pike Moneydatance1 fnrtdteJ ant In all cases money Is due ItDIGREe1hroeyearsolJdark lest or style anJ actlon drives and rues nicely lit was alreJbytom Covlnjlon 18091 he by Umber Jim SunltrJ anJ rtglttcrt dam ly General Duke anJ dam by Warren llarrlt Denmark jrd lam by Olt Crockett NoTE Tom Covlneton It a combine J horse with a record of ts 14 trial his Jam was ty Ken Chief snJ dam Parson AWatlah General EmbrylLeslnrtonLezln ton was tIlIJlT toy lmponJ Monarch You see IhN Is a well bred roles Is In the county At the same ume and place the goal mule Jack Jim Porter at the same terms He Is as goof mule Jack as torte Is In the county I have both yearling anj suckling colts to show so you see here Is no ilik In breeJInc to this Jack R S SCUDDCR McKinney EAGLE BIRD The winner of the SSOO saddle stake at Lexington also the winner of the sweep stake premium at Lexington and winner of the second premium at Versatile Eagle Itlrd was sired hy Eagle winner of than 40 ties lit dam by Star Eagle Iconof Oabbells Lexington god dam by hamlet Denmark 3rd dam by hauls Den marks 4th dam by son otImp Albion NOTE Eagle Ulrd as a stallion or as a breeder of nighclass horses Is unsurpass ed Ills colts are In demand and arn selling for tho highest prices Eagle Bird will make the present season at John Cooks stable the barber of Stanford at the low price of 410 to Insure a living colt Mares traded or with or bred else where forfeits the Insurance and money boo comes due at the time of such transaction For further particulars call on John Cook Stanford Ky WOODS 11U03 GAMBRUNO 7812 jltccord 229 W Sirs of Maeele Bauchman I 110 Gamrose fa ssc- also the high acting horse sow by J U Stewart foi JSOOQ Jan looj Sired by Gaaibetta Wllkca 319 14 Sire of Gulnette soj Weed Wilkes tIO j4 Lottie i4di dam Delilah lam of Clem entine ai it Jennie C Otaas rbyAdministrator Jji 3139 isIan leClevelanisa81byMambroneliarar I dtmbyBrown Pilot Garotruno Is a rown stallion i jj hands splendid DinvlNecAt 815 to Insure a due when colt Is foaled OlMoney has two In the list and will produce high style ant high acting trotters so much sought after by dealtrs he having provtd his own racing qualities as a ryer old driving Dr Sparks In third heal In Jo Grass furnished at IJJB per month i will also stanJ a firstclass mule ek aI f8 to In- wee a living colt Not yJORNespatslDle for actlJents I Phone s6js DanylllegY ItL iM AY BRIGHTEN UP Your appearance With a White or Fancy Vest Odd Trousers New Neckwear and Light Fur Hat They are tho things to tono up with before straw hat tithe Wo have a splendid assort ment of all theso and can make n wonderful improvement in your appearance at a very small cost The best of everything In lIons wear at e Cummins L1 McClary iI a 1 e t I a e s 1 i I I I l I A Ribbon Bargain A Good Thing For You Wo place ori sale today 1000 yards all Silk Taffeta Ribbons in Black White Pink Red Blue i1IMoise Green and Navy three to four inches wide as long as they last at tho round price of ONLY tOe PER YARD usual price 15 to 25c but by buying a large quantity we can make this low price SEVERANCE SON ITnits PASSED MILLINERY Please call and see our complete line of Ladies Misses nUll Childrens hats in rear of post office building SIRS G SINGLETON r warns t nr H eM The Day Has Passed To toll Inferior groceries at full prices The man who attempts to do falls to that the shopping public is gifted intelligenceThe I offer the quality Ac show that I do appreciate tbo tact that people want the best and demand value for their money I faithfully promise to give both value and quality fresh neat anti clean J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Ky WOOL WANTED I will pay the highest mar ket price for 60000 pounds of Wool Call and get sacks J H BOONE Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot St J Stafford Ky r I 1Y L 4 c if t 1 j 1 ji THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the pottoffice at Stanford at itonddan matter 3PZb13rhdTurrlwyresaidSxidapraT 31 PER YEARCASHI 1l Will oat ioptldaa00 r KNDXVILLE DIVISION o 34 Trda going North l1CSam 028 28Oam 0J5 SouthJ217aml023II II pm FOR RENT Mr storeroom recently occupied byVm Severance Will rent for one or more j arl- I J B OWSLEY Go To George B Harris Crab OrchardF- or Dar alnl Fresh line of Groceries and Cakes Etc Just received Highest market price for Butter Kegs dec Give him a call Big line of Dry Ooods Notion Gentsstock ntahlng Good Etc Jet added to my THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment of- lurgtcal and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Proles Mona bills due when services are rendered and must apaid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Salo Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Rigs a specialty High Orade I lone and Mules bought sold Feed horses receive personal attention I Trajior8 RictDEALERS IN Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Ginars Etc Carpenter House Oloietto STANFORD KY Prompt an J polite mention Nothing but the bee to drink Mill phone er telegraph orders receive I croapt attention UWeareo Insurance floent Q Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New the largest In the world Assets 118710635 12 N Surplus is regards policy holders 94360lS 89 Farm property in Casey Garrard coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky RlMutiony Insurance flflent Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but the larg est and best companies represented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon- Stanford Ky Office at J R Beazleys Livery Stable Mrs Fred Unroth President Country Club Uenton Harbor Midi After my first baby was born I did not item to regain my strength although the doctor gave me a tonic which he consid end wry superior but Instead cf getting berr 1qrcw every day My hut band IniUted that I take Wine of Cardul for a week and see what It would do for me I did Uktthe medicine and was very grateful to find my strength and health slowly returning two I wu out of bed In a month I was able to fake up my usual duties I am very cnthutU attic In Ita praise Wine of Card reinforces the organs of generation for the ordeal of preg nancy It prevents mis carriage No woman of Cardni need fear the coming of her child If Mrs taken Wine of Cardui before her baby came she would not have been weakened as she was Her rapid should commend this remedy to every tant mother Cardui regulates the menstrual flow I WINEorCARDUl I I tr Hemp Seed For Sale I A limited amount of strictly nice clean cultivated Ramp seed of lato Importation for tale For price and terms address UUDJON Lancaster Ky IBANK E MtCoriMk Son Dealers in Groceries Hardware Harness Furniture and Country Produce In the Jas Fryc stand Hustonvillo Also Agents for Osbornc line of Implements I PUBLICSALE Having decUed to go to Pennsylvania I will tell at my farm about t mile west of Krlger a ia milts south of Crab Orchard fork on SATURDAY A Commencing at to oclock stll thefollowing describ ed property Four goof milk cows t with young call and to be fresh In to days i heifers i ayearold iyearold i large hogs S pigs i thotss wagon harnesssheeha gun lot of lot of chickens about 8 bushels of wheat 40 bushels of com ojts cooking stove heating stove bedsteads chairs i safe tables lot of household goods and many other things Terms on personal property cash In hand I will also offer farm of nj acres mostly In JrOO- JbolromlanJ The farm has to M sold without reserv ed bybid Convenient to school and churches and hi good neighborhood Terms on farm onehalf cash and remainder In t s years with equal Install ants bearing 6 per cent Interest from date Anyone esiring to look at thIs firm to buy call on J M Chandler Crab Orchard Ky or Landgraf Ot tenhelm Ky This farm Is known as the old Jack Wtldon farm who was a great money lender In his dav- JOHN WILLKOP J P Chandler auctioneer J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers CS- ALSO OKA LJtailB FarnlturcMattlngsRngs they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Slock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY JGMcCbARY UNDERTAKER EMBALMERt And Doalesr In IASNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky KING EAGLE King Eagle Is IS bands 3 inches high dark bay goes all the gaits with sal speed style and action sired by UoyallClng 1st dam Bird 2nd dam by Red brIIll11erlthoroughbredNOT King was sired by the great On Time und Is a brother to the great diver King and Allie O the show mare that sold for 81000 King Kaglet 2nd dan Is the dare of Minnie IJoyd the great show mare that Matt Cohen won everywhere with In 1895 and sold for 8500 King Eagle will make the present season of 1003 at my stable 2K miles west Stan ford on the Sbelby pike Dt the low price of f10 to Insure a living colt Will alto tand the great mule and jennett Jack Billy Keene at 810 for mares 20 Jack colts and 610 for jennett colts to Insure a living colt Billy was sired by the great Tom Keeno tat dam by the Imported talermo god Aam by Levi Nubble the lire of Joe Blackburn and Urlgnolla Hilly Keene stands full UI bands high black with white and as a breeder lie II- un8urpassed as a ionic or Jennett Jack Ills colt will show for themslpes WIII also let that great young jack Jim Keene serve n few outside mares at 10 tomsure living colt Mares traded parted with or bred else where forfeits tho Insurance and money be comes duo at the time of such transaction For further particulars call on or adder T HARRIS Phone IRing 3 Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder acheKearwtseasebravelDropsy Dont become discouraged There li a cure for you Itm esaary write lr Fen net llo hue spent a life time curing lust such cases as your All consultations Free Eight months In bed heavy backache pain aud soreness across kidneys aisotaeu matlrai Other remedies failed Dr Ten nora Kidney and Ilackacho Cure cured mo completely It WATERS Hamlet N Y- Druggistab0c fI Ask for Cook Boole Free ST VITUS DANCE CURE Sure Cure Circular l r Iciincr 1rcdoulaNY J Ye PRIMARY ELECTION NOTICE i At a meeting of 1he Democratic tounty committee for Lincoln county hold on Jan 31 1003 tho following resolutions wore adopted 1 That n primary election bo held in Lincoln county to nominate a democratic candidate Circuit Court Clerkand Representative in tho General Assembly of Kentucky 2 That said primary election be held in said county in ouch and 9 1003 between tho hours of 0 A every voting precinct thereof on May ML and 41 si standard time and that said primary bo held under tho primary election law now in force in this State 3 That all known Democrats of lawful nhe find all Democrat youths who will be of lawful ago on November 3190 shall bo entitled I to vote in said primary 4 That the officers of election shall be appointed by the committee from lists submitted by candidates tot said offices and shall be apportioned the contesting candidates for said offices as nearly equal among the various candidates for State offices as well as apportioned among said lists to bo submitted at least 20 days before said primary 5 It shall be the duty of the officers of election in each precinct in this county at tine close of the polls to count tho ballots cast in their respective precincts to preserve all ballots cast and preserve the stubs to destroy all unused ballots before opening ho ballot box at tho close all questioned ballots and to transmit same to of the polls to preserve the county committee on or before the I2lh day of May 1903 tho ballots ballots and the certificate of the voted ballot boxes stubs questioned vote in each precinct as is provided by law to properly string anti goal with the election seal all ballots voted to string and SOXIall questioned ballots to put said ballots in tho ballot lox together with the certificate of the vote to lock the box deliver onekoy6f same to the sheriff of the election and the other to one of the judges G It shall bo the duty Of tho sheriffand judge of election to whom the keys have boon delivered to deliver said ballot boxlto the secretary of this committee and take his recoiptfor snmcy 7 It shall bo the duty of tho count committee to moot at Stan ford on the 12th tiny of May 1908 and tabulate the result of the elpotion in the various voting precincts and pass upon nIl questioned ballots returned candidate receiving the highest number to thorn and to declare that of votes cast for the office for which he is a candidate the Democratic nominee for that office and to certify tho same as is required by law 8 All democrats desiring to become candidates for said offices before said primary shall in writing notify the chairman of this committee of such intention and shall deposit with the secretary the amount of his assessment on Qr before 12 M April 24 1903 9 The assosmont for said offices shall be for each candidate as follows For Representative 525 j for Circuit Court Clerk 825 10 Before entering upon the discharge of their duties tho officers of election shall be sworn as tho law directs and their dutios and re pon sibilities shall be tho same as those of legally appointed anti regularly qualified officers of regular county elections 11 In the event there is a surplus remaining after defraying tho expenses of said primary it shall bo returned to those by whom it wns paid in the same proportion in which it was paid by thorn und if thou should a deficit then the candidates shall be assessed to supply said deficit 12 In the event no more than one candidate be announced for any office on or before 12 oclock si April 24 1903 then such candidate shall bo declared tune nominee of tho Democratic party for said office and his name shall not go on the ballot at said primary election but such candi date shall nevertheless pay his assessment as above provided for the office for which ho may be a cnndidateror thd purpose of defraying the expenses of this primary provided HSwevor if there be no more than one candidate for Circuit Court Clerkand no more than one candidate for Representative complies with the conditions heroin then the primary herein provided for shall not be hold and said candidates shall be do clared tho Democratic nominees and their assessment shall then be re turned to thorn less the expenses up to said time S BURCII ChmrW II SHANKS Seety11rIn addition to the above the committee on motion asks the Democrats in each precinct to volunteer their services as officers of eloo tion and from such volunteers the committee will select oflicors such officers are asked to servo without pay during the tiny of election The Democrats who will serve as eudh volunteer officers arc asked to give their names to their precinct committecman or to the chairman or secretary of the committeeI 11rS IIUKCII Chin n W II SHANKS Secty One of the earliest steam engines ever built It still the main soufco of pow mill at Birming rollinger In some ham U was set up la 1767 and tho original wooden beam has lately been replaced by an Iron one alter 135 years service Aside from this of continuous Iron beam and a cylinder that was put In new In 1802 the engine U the same as at first even to tho connecting rod the old en For Its special purpoee glue has been pronounced moro eco nomlcal than many modern engines and It Is likely to do duty many years more A disordered stomach nay cause rend of trouble When tbe stomach falls to perform Its functions tbe bowels become deranged the liver and kidneys congested causing numerous diseases tho most fatal of which are painless and therefore the mute to bo dreaded Tho thing le to restore the stomach aodlivertoahcaUhj condition and for preparation can bo this purpose no better Stomach andChamberlainsused than Liver Tablets For sale by Craig A Ilocker J She pressed her ruby lips to bla- In one ecstatic Ws They seemed at peace with all the world Enrapt In holy bliss But with the ojculatlon oer It was not bard to find That though she took her lips away The ruby stayed behind 1 April smart Set EditorYou dont hand In any jokes about Easter HumoristNo sir I bad to buy my wife an Easter bonnet and I dont con eider Easter a joking matter The United States cruiser West Vlr glnla was launched at Newport News Va FAIR DATES The following is the list of fair dates fixed for this year Richmond July 13 G days Crab OK bard July 22 4 days Georgetown July 28 4 days Cynthlana July ID 4 days Huitonville July 20 3 day Danville August 4 4 days MadlsonTille August 4 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Creek August 18 4 days Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Liberty Au19 three days Shepherdsvllle August 254 days London Aug 26 three days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Bar slowo Sept 1 5 days Elizabcthtown Sept 84 days Howling Green Sept 15 4 days Owentboro Kentucky State Fair September 21 0 days TUB Lexington Democrat Is giving free to every new subscriber a very useful and valuable present la the shape of a map of the world of the United States and of Kentucky with Interesting and Important data besides the fags and arms of all nations the pictures and autographs of the presi dents etc The maps were made ex pretsly for the Democrat and are read Ily worth the price charged for tbo pa per Send 15 for a years subscription 13 for six months and you will re lor one postage prepaid It Is the complete mapand cbart wo have ever seen I In a Montana hotel ere Is a notlje which reads Boarders tqKcn by the day week or month Those who do not pay promptly will be taken by the oeck The Eufaula Journal speaking of a rival paper says If tbo bralnsof the editor were of dvoamlto they would bo InsuWcient to blow his bat over his eyes S h to t SPECIAL lNSJFOR THIS WEEK ATJ The New vorK storeI a ICorsets worth 25c at 17c Corsets worth 75c and 1 at 37c I at 5o a Lunch Pearl buttons at 5c it dozen Percales all shades anti yard wide at 5c yard I Big Line of Laces Will be sold This at YOUR OWN PRICES We will pay llcn dozen for eggs orT0 MORE Jon the dozen than any merchant in toll i1 1 The New York Store sta Next Door to Lincoln County National Bankt who mi it 7 There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prcscriptons told that is Where arc the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to bes had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to sorvo you NY hen we fill your prcscriptiion every drug Chafe enters into it has tho exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory mir service Pennys Drug Store First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 Thl Institution was originally established M tbe Deposit tank of In rue than reorRantted as the National Hank of Stanford In 18J and again reorganised at the First National Hulk of Stanford In ItSl haying bad practically an ualnter ruptel existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompfly and well than ever before la Its long honorable career Accounts of Indlylduals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited II CAPITAL Directors J D Paxton J n Owiley 9 II Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Carter pkpr Reid Danville Harris Stanford hooker Stanford Walton Tanner lull Stanford Jai Robinson lIubble Tato The Farmers Hank Trust and nnder same management continuously for year BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such relations will proto bcneflcia Biliousness Makes- Chronic Invalids A When the liver torpid and fall do Its work 1 fI the bile enters the blood virulent foisoru Then comes sick headache fevers and malaria The only tnatmsnt that give Ins liver Just the right touch sad start Natures work the right manner The pm touches the liver and the pUeta system 35 doses for aS days cost 25 cent and lets your cue U bad you will be weD before you flout them Sample free For tale at aU dealers 77 RKU Shan StlJnordt 1OffJotlr3J B J J MoROnKUTS Chr W H WEAUKN V Directors V S T J S W P Lexington K IH IBT P J II Hauchtnan StanfordJW P I e LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK STOCK 0OOOO I Bueceuort to it Company 39 W- eSOLICITYdUR business mutually f Is to u a t constipation bUlouioeM In Ise1AVOHS LIVER PILLS JPANDJONIC PELLETS t k SOBIJ ua exceedingly Officers B n SHANKS President J B OW8LKV Ouhlnt W lL niUOIlT Aist Cashier i FOR SALE BY W B MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STORE W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST i Has New Spring Styles offWALL PAPERIBest Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose r