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I J y tJ d2l- I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 1 1903 SAM NO 18 Hon Abram Renick t Candidate for Lloutonnnt Governor a trueblue democrat and representative Kentuckian LIBERTYJ I and quite a Miss Levona Rlgglns of Erona Is thogueuof Mrs Mollle Thoraii Mr Nowl Davenport and daughter Miss Susie of Evoaa were hero shopping Joe 1 Wilkinson has secured a trav eling talcmaot job with Orlostead ft Tlnslejr wholesale grocers of Louis Villa nod Is now securing orders for his firm Rev L R Godbey of Mlddleburg preached at tho Christian church last Sunday morning and evening Rev J D Forrell of Mlddleburg preached at the Baptist church Sunday altar 0000 C E Mulllns of Riley was hero on y buslneis Monday O O Jeffrie aadI C F Montgomery paid courting visits to Stanford Sunday Mr Dunn aodI wife of Junction City were guests of James Glbonr Sunday Judge McDowell Foele of Middle burg paid P 11 Taylor a visit Mon day Dr Oscar Dunham was up from Dunnvlllo Monday attending court Mrs Flora Davenport of Poplar UIIII who has been visiting Sheriff Elliott returned homo Monday Mrs Maud Bell was visiting cor father Mr EC Allen at Phil Dr Wlnco Phillips has returned from tbo dental college aLI Louisville his spring term having closed Pem Rowe of Louisville tray41 cling for American Computing Co was hero drumming our mer chants J W Bosklns and wife pf Huslonvlllc were guestsof G A Prow In THE FIRST STEP Of the child is an event in the mothers life How proud she feels when the to walk begun so early as to evidence childlih courage sturdy strength Such pride be enjoyed by every mother D tlt often happen that the child Is timid I weak and deficient In k1vitality and clings to the a arms with no desire to walk or play Mothers should learn 1 that to have strong chile dren they must themselves be strong for the childs strength 1s the gilt of motherThe use of Dr Fierces II1oritc- Preacrlptlon by expectant mothers gives them health strength to ive chit lren It nour jibes the nerves strengthens the body and svet greatI muscular strength and elasticity the babys advent is practically painless I hire beta using Or Item Favorite Pro cdptlon My it It tat what you adrer Use it to baad can cheerfully recommend It Ie reonsadvitle Riley Co KansasI began It two mouths ore baby came and war greatly bene filed b Its UK The doctor who attended me said I old about ai well aa anyone he had teen as I war sick only about three hours and also that wathe one tMtentniedldae which be did have faith In C We now have a darllnr baby boy strong and healthy who weighed awe pound when born 1my Ih this month he has gained trees and onebalf pounda Favorite prescription makes weak women etrong sick women well Accept DO substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women The Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser a containing 1008 pages is gives away Send ai onecent stamps for expense of mailing only for the book is 31 for the volume covelllor Address TOr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y CRAB ORCHARD Forrest Foloy left for Dedford lad recently to make his homo Robert Edmlaton has opened a large stock of furniture Call and see him when In town Our depot bas been treated to a fresh cost of paint and some work In the park makes things more attractive In that part of town Curtis Cover received a carload ot vehicles Monday Bo sure to call 10I and see his largo and elegant lino ofI carriages buggies phaetons and wa gone Sam Ward of Livingston was liltI lOll hero lilt week Miss AnnlotGover was visiting friends hero Sunday Dr W J Hdmlston attended the medical association at Louisvlllo Rev J B Jones will bold services at tbn Biptlit church Sunday morning and evening Let Mies Heltle Harris send lo your subscription for magazines and papers saving you time postage etc You may have the Designer and Womans Home Compsnlon If ordered through her during May for 80 cents each Both are regular 81 magazines Dr Carpenter and family Bowen Uover Mrs Vanarsdalu and daughter and others wero up from Stanford to attend the Miller burial Mrs J F Cummins Is the guest of her parents Our good old fashioned friend Dr Cox of Stanford was hero Tuesday His friends are always glad to see him Lewis Bell our hustling blacksmith Is having some repairs done at his homo The remains of Mr George W Mill er accompanied by his wife and daughter arrived hero on the night train Monday also Rev Border who coo ducted tbo funeral services at the home of Mrs Sarah E Brooks alter which tbo burial took place at ibb oli family burying ground aboul throe miles from town D B Carson of Atlanta ar rived In tlmo to be at tbo burial Mrs Battle Adam Is clerking in Hugh Logan store while ho lends a helping band on the new Store room which Is being built on the cast corner of Mr Alice Rowlands yard Mrs Jane Buchanan la visiting In Louis vlllo this week B B King attended the burial of George W Miller Mr W R Dlllloo of Livingston was hero to see his children Monday Mr Manual our clever barber has moved his family to tbo Arch Carson house to live Mr Parrlsh has moved to the country Mr G W Evans was In town this week for the first tlmo this year Ho has been sick nearly all winter His friends were glad to know bo Is ablo to bo out again A Startling Test To save a life Dr T G Merrill of No Mohoopany Pa mado a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure He writes a patient was attacked with violent horn orrhsges caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often found Electric Hitters excellent for acuto atomach and liver troubles aq I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months Electric Bitters are positively guaranteed for Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipttion and Kidney troubles Try them Only 50c at all druggists NEWS NOTES The worst blizzard of the year Is raging In Wisconsin and Minnesota Thermometers registered 84 at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon In Louis ville Too entire business portion of the town of Melbourne la was destroyed by tire Disastrous forest fires aro raging about Oaaway Mich and many lives are In peril Texas Pytblans are holding the an nual conclave of their Grand Lodge at Fort Worth Josiah E Lynn atone time ono of the wealthiest men of Washington N J died at the alrashoueo there It B Patterson a Louisville pbar macist was badly Injured by an explo sion of chemicals at Owcnsboro Mrs Edward Morrlon was killed at Henderson III by her husband who intended the sbot for her brother Thobody of Mrs Myrtle Talbot of Galena Kan was found tied to a tree near Joplin Mo burned to aorlip Three persons committed suloido In Washington Tuesday and nil used car bollo acid as a moans ol ending life Ills believed that the turning point has come In Germanys business de pression and that brighter times arc aheadDr Josiah Willard Glbbs professor of mathematical physics at Yale and a scholar of International tame died suddenly G J all man Sims confessed to steal log 894000 from tbo Capital City Na tional Bank of Atlanta and was given ell years The railway casualties for tbo last three months In 1002 wero 038 killed and 11873 Injured while the pecuniary loss Was 8240005- 0Tbiriyflvo hundred employee of the Deerlng Harvester Works In Chicago are out on a strike Lou than 2000 men remain ai work Both John D Rockefeller Sr and Jr are constantly watched by detect ives because both bavo received many threatening letters from cranks Three foundrymon were drowned In tbo Mississippi near Quincy III while returning from the funeral of a fellow worker wbp bad committed suicide A Lexington physician thinks bo Is on the road to the discovery of the source of life and believes the tlmo may come when men will not grow old Mrs Marsylla Keith aged 110 Is dead al Montgomery Ala She had 18 children 41 living grandchildren 20 greatgrandchildren and two great great grandchildren While a funeral was In progress In a house In Chicago the floor gave way and the mourners and the corpse wero precipitated Into the basement Several persons were Injured Edison basa scheme for extracting billions of dollars worth of gold that lie In the low grade quartz gravel beds lu lower California Now Mexico Arizona and Northern Ncxlco Tho copper bell In Cochlea county Arizona Is three or four miles wide sod can be traced for 10 mllee north of the International boundary line and several miles across the line into Mex IcoTbo syndicate which floated the United States Stool Corporation has boon dissolved with a profit of 850000 000 or 200 pur cent They aro also entitled to participation In tbo syndicate to retire the preferred stock Troops K and L of the Ninth caval rv have been designated to guard Yo seralio Paftc during the coming season Maj Joseph Garrard has been designa ted to act as superintendent of Yosem lie Maj Garrard Is a eon of the late Gen T T Garrard of Clay county It bas been discovered that the El kins law gives such railroads as the Grand Trunk and Canadian Pacific a Iromcnduous advantage over lines wholly within the United States as they may by reshipment at the border give rebates to shippers No arrests bavo been made as a re sult of whitecap outrages a Blooming too Ind and the inquiry still goes on Tbo two policemen who failed to pre vent the outrages have boon dismissed li is claimed lhal the real whItecap organization of Monroe county will as slsl In ferreting out the gullly persons alleging that they are not connected with that oathbound band A Sure Thing It is said that nothing Is sure except death and taxes but that is not altogeth ertruo Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption is a suro pure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can tee tlfy to that Mrs 0 U YanMetre of Bhepberdtown W VasaIs I had a severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no relief One bottle ot Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its Infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consump flea Try it Its guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free Regular sizes 50c and f1 Democratic Primary May 9th 1903 VOTE FOR IJ M Alvorson ol tho Interior Journal at Stanford has announced himself a can dldatc for tho democratic Roprosentativo Lincoln Mr Alver son is a Richmond boy and his numerous friends hero have Watched his different business moves with much in terest and will lie glad now to see him succeed in his political vonturoRichmond Cli maxJ M Alverson candidate for tho Legislature in Lincoln county is one of the most deserving young democrats In dlwaysbeenand his friends think lit is time ho was rewarded for his services Knowing nearly every man in his county and having thu good will of most of thOlll he Is amostformida blo candidate and predictions aro mado that he will beat his opponont Hon M P North who has served several terms LoglslaturoLexingtonDemocrat I i who was ly snot In the arm it M M sold a for 8140 and a mare for 1125 An with a sod the at this Mrs and In was the some ago will lie torn and who Is ono of the we bad In our will her the of The In this be come as but has and the to the wife of R N a fine who was a and his arm bad ly Is very arc In this A sow and aro as as a note corn Is 13 per a of Jim for Mrs L B who bas vis to her at Mrs of Red vIe Iced her Mrs who has his son In has An Is to mon ey to a at this Rev of at Ml morn lag and Mrs noy who has her aunt Mrs has to her In R L has sold hta to Mr and wife will for the la It Is with the wo up stay with us Mr Is ono of our old Mr Jon him ago and we him to our Mr of over the beat was by his gist Mr to try a box of and Tab lets lIe did so and Iq a man If bad taste In the of or tion a trial and you are to be more than For sale at 25 per box by A is to And all his and ha a off the of us a day Is all ba able to got out of his and that not for Tbo rate the In car load lots Is 815 a ton the raw on tbo to tlo Is 810 a ton p is to to not leoS r L c jI Mr J M who has with this for tho nine ces this his for Representative ho came to he has a handrIn and has in hot His is as a and his tandingasanlionorablehigh Is A 1 Ho is a and with the s ho Mr will cut no In the race he has Ho is a ble man with in of tho who wlmlolthelrbestto see his to In tho next Mr i son has tho race to win and will noI in his to do so I JESSE M ALVBRSON 1Who was not running for the Legislature and unlike opponent does want the for life FOR REPRESENTATIVE LINCOLN COUNTY PAINT LICK George Fulling accidental Improving Smith horse Italian monkey hand organ amused little folks place Monday Minnie Jennings brother Roger visited their brother Will Rucker Danville Sunday Fairview church which badly damaged wind storm weeks down rebuilt Miss Lucy Francis beat teacbere have place continue school through month May farmers section have discouraged little plowing been done continued rains keep thorn from breaking hemp Born girl Walter Hammock thrownfrora buggy broken much Improved Hoge high section pigs good bank while barrel John Smith bought pair mules from Metcalf SHOo Adam been lung relatives here returned home Barbourville Tuesday Catherine Shearer House sister Searcy James Murry been visiting Clay county returned home effort being made raise build Christian church place Hudson Lexington preached Tabor Sunday evening Omer McKln been visiting Margaret Argo returned home Lebanon Jennings general merchandise Thomas Lackey Jennings estimable locate present Lancaster deepest regret give them They have made numerous friends during their Lackey merchants nings having several years cordially welcome back place Joseph Fominville Stillwater Minn after having spent 82000 with doctors forstomich trouble without relief advised drug Alex Richard Chamberlains Stomach Liver well today troubled with Indigestion mouth lack appetite constipa give these Tablets certain pleased with thoTesult cents Craig IIocker Russell Sage ratiro from active business with saving grasping Isnt dollar better than balance Three meals hell millions longlxchange average railroad across American continent similar goods from London around world Seat ownedbyabroad believed amount annually than 825000000 Alvorson been paper past years announ Issue candidacy Ever since Lincoln from Madison taken lively politics hunt numerous campaigns record clean democrat toned gentleman born politician backing Alverson small figure just entered sober industrious capa young friends every portion county ambition represent Lincoln county OeneralAs scmbly gratified Alvor entered leave stone unturned offort Interior Journal born his not office OF Beazley succeeded Interested in a Business Suit This Spring For steady use nothing wears bet ter than the smooth finished worst eds and wool twist cassimeres that have jumped into favor Lots of good patterns here New Things in Negligee Shirts IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing i Your money back it youre not satisfied T o mILLER Danville KB Sewing Mac iQe Exhibit Wheeler 18l Wilson Sewing Machine ExhibitAt Store Commencing MAY 4TH TO MAY 9TH A Souvenir Given to Every Lady I JRHASELDEN Lancaster Ky Iw GARDEN SEEDS Wo have anJIMMENSE stock of garden seedsrboth in bulkand package We have Burpeesand Ferrys in built andFerrys in pacKage Sweet Peas Nasturtian White nice pop corn and the best varieties of early corn in bulk Plenty- of yellow white and hilllonion sets Como early while you have full stocklto select from Also good stock of northern seed potato earliest varieties of second crop HigginsMKinneySTANFORD a 4 THE INTERIOR JOURN E C WALTON HENRY M BOSWORTH It a eanJUaie for State Treasurer subject to the prI- mary election May 9 1905 and solicits the suprort of all dcnocratv11 W FRANK MC KINNEY Is a canJUate for the nomination for Sheila of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic Arty M F NORTH 3 li a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln county Subject to the ac t moo of the party J M ALVERSON I It a candidate roc the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the action of be party Democratic Ticket For Railroad fommtaslonor C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge MCSAUFLEY- For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM We trust the democrats of this county will not forget Capt T T HedR er of Scott county when they go to the polls Saturday week The iplendldc gentleman U a candidate for Comm loner of Agriculture and an Ideal one be would make Capt Hedger has spent all of but long life on a farm and has made a success of farming He has the practical knowledge of tilling tho soil something that none of his oppo Dents have He has always been an active worker for the party and a I1beral contrlbuter of his means to every cam palgn Capt Hedger Is a member of the State Executive Committee and by I hla untiring efforts tho Seventh dls t trlct Is In better lighting shape than I yearsI Mitchell of Ntc a manly race fort the democratic nomination for Atto 1feyGeneral and many believe bo will I win He has scores of friends In Lin- colnt county who hope he will pull 9through and will uio all lair means to do so There are few If any 4better democrats In Kentucky tha Mr Mitchell and for years he has been a valiant worker for his party Cer- tainly1 such a record should entitle him to reward JAMES HOWARD was given a life set tence for the murder of Gov William fGoebel but those here who read the testimony cloeely think a death set tence would have been more fitting This Is the third time Howard has raced a jury of his peers and Is ibo earn verdict given at his last trial ats first resulted In a sentence of death Tbe verdict was rendered at 1030 and the INTERIOR JOUUNAL had it on lu bulletin 10 minutes later OUR Philippine dependencies are no exactly a garden of Eden pr army offl r sere would be able to endure their ex- Ile there without so many cases of In sanity and suicide The 10th army offl 11 cer has killed himself while Insane and there have been six cates of drown log some of which are believed to h have been Intentional IN ancient Babylon according to tablets recently discovered a surgeon who performed an unsuccessful operation got no pay and if the patient died the law decreed that the surgeons handsI should bo stricken off How fortunate It Is that such a rule or law fa not in vogue In Central Kentucky THE South Dakota exploit of sbak leg bands through the window cf his car with mounted cowboys who were racing with the Presidents train would r bo hard to parallel Probably there Is no other man awl no other country equal to the production of ouch oOlcial high jlnke A TREASONAULE statistician figures out that the Philippines have cost us the lives of 6000 men and 300000000 during the last live years and have brought us nothing but trouble DONT forget John B Cbenault when you go to vote May 0 He Is a candi date for auditor lives In our district and is In every way fitted for the officer he seeks t THIS AND THAT Charles Lutes bought of Matt M yore p a mare for 8100 The mercury dropped 23 degrees In one hour at Topeka Kansas parLL y Stuart Flobson the actor died sud denly In Now York of heart trouble Another producing oil well has been brought In near Campton In Wolfe iicoun y Thomas shot and killed Newton ChUenal In Letcher county as too result of a quarrel- A 14 year old boy at Grand Rapids Mich confessed that he killed a seven yearold companion L Massachusetts philanthropists have donated 18000 to the Lincoln Memorial School at Mlddlesboro with which to build an Infirmary qty t+ POLITICAL Gov Beckbim spoke to 3000 people at Owenton Monday David Campbell has been appointed postmaster at Rose Hill Mercer coun tyThe Wisconsin Assembly has paescd a bill prohibiting the labor of chl1dren under 16 years of age Secretary Moody save the UQlted States will not bo Involved to the extent of a single shot in the Mancburlan troubleDeforest Richards governor of Wyo minI died Tuesday of kidney trouble Secretary of State Chatterton becomes governorAlooking to tbe election of Unl ted States Senators by direct voto wae pissed In the Wisconsin Assembly by a vote of CO to 27 Gov Beckham has called off al of tbe appointments made to speak He says he will speak at the places named In the campaign of this fall The Venezuelan Government has II sued a decree defining the rights of foreigners which It is believed etrectu ally ends all Immigration or the Introduction of foreign capital Wind and sandstorms were features 8f the presidents trip through Nebraska He arrived at Omaha and was greeted by a throng of 50000 citizens later delivering an address The democratic member of Congress are preparing for a sweeping In vestlgatlon Into all departments of tbe government Including the pos omce Philippine Porto Rican and Cuban scandalsIn Involving the case ol a Negro In Alabama who was not aUow ed to register as a voter under the new constitution of that State the supreme ourt of the United States holds tha 10 relief can be granted The summing up of the recent decis- Ion of the supreme court In tbe Ala tams suffrage caeo ler said to be that my State has the exclusive right to restrict suffrage Southern democrats sayjho decision will clarify the eltua Ion In the South The report made over two months goby lien Mlles to the war depar rent has been made public Ho tells of the practice of cruelty and brutally y the Americans on Filipinos and cites numerous Instances where death has resulted from the practice John W Ray tiled a petition for are earing by the court of appeals of the case of Allle W Young and J C w leclf bam In which Gov Beck bam llglblllty for reelectlon as govern was an issue Mr Ray says tho que tlonsln the case are so grat and so r reaching as to require that a eecond nsldcratlon be asked Judge Henry B limes denies the cry made by a republican paper thi he as Mr Beokhams representatlv at tho Louisville conference had allured Mr Hendrlcki representative tba If Mr Hendrick would withdra be would get the support of Mr Heel ham for United States Senator again Senator Blackburn Be said that the ibject was not mentioned at the conference and that assurances of any future support by any one was not giver MATRIMONIAL James S Crutcher and Miss MarlraI rot Cbenault were married at RichI ondMildred Vaught and Miss Allle Murphy were married at Rev J M Cooks ednesday The New York court of appeals bas decided that a marriage obtained by Iraud Is not binding R H Pollard and Miss Fannl Minch were married at Rev K D- Noaks by that gentleman yesterday Tbe Earl of Yarmouth and Mlt Alice Thaw were married In Plttsbur The wedding party wasjato and when I lid arrive 45 minutes after the tlme let the elder brother of Mies Thaw wbo was to have given the bride away- failed to appear The London Diocesan conference bas takenu the scandal of the marriage of W K Vanderbilt and Mrs Ruther ford The chancellor defends the Is- Iulng of the license on the ground that was found who would marl them and the Bishop of London has- catled upon the offending clergyman to- explain why he officiated lies Jane Lusk and Rev Harvey McDowetl were married In Garrard Rey D H Frlerson performing the ceremony Tho wedding occurred at- the home of Steven Walker and tbo- parlor was prettily decorated for the occasion J Wade Walker and Wit- lIam Henry White little cousins of the- bride acted as ribbon bearers resident Baer of the Philadelphia ieadlng Co again struck boldly- Irom the shoulder at the Interstate Commerce Commission hearing In New- York He said the ones to blame ror- the high price of coal are those who- alZltate higher wages for the minersI Tbe price of coal Is now too eald and he proposed slowly to advance I tilt the Increase amounts to 50c a ton Quick Arrest J A Gulledge of Verbena Ma was- twice in the hospital from a severe case of plies causing 34 tumors After doctors nd all remedies failed Buckleni Arnica- Salve quickly arrested further Inllamma- tloo and cured him It conquers aches- and kills pain 25o at all druggists ffectlve picketing headed off an al le ed attempt to Introduce 150 nonun 10D workmen In the Bearing Harvester Work at Chicago IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Obe Miner a wellknown Doyle county farmer U dead The large amphitheatre at Shelby vlllo lair grounds burned Mrs Mary Tevls tbo aged mother of Mayor Tevls of Richmond Is dead Andy Burdette aged 85 Is dead In the Bryantsvitlo section of Garrard H E Woolfolk has been elected su perlntendent of the Danvlllo Water- Works Lewis Chowning a prominent and wealthy citizen of Sbelbyvlllo wa found dead In his bed George Chestnut aged 17 son of Dan Chestnut of Garrard Is dead pf burn received a few days ago There was a bad frloght wreck on the Clrcinnati Southern railroad near Greenwood Nobody was hurt Deputy Sheriff John Johnson of Boll county was shot from ambush and bad Iy wounded Levi Matthews Is cbarg ed with the shooting At the last meeting of the Odd Fol lows of this place there were 40 apple cants for the Initiatory degree says a Harrodsburg Dispatch William Looter has been appointed postmaster at Bestln Mercer county and Mrs Lonna B Jones at Gum Sul phur Rockcastle county Two boys crawled upon n shelf over a gasoline engine near Jelllco and toll asleep When efforts wore made to rouse them they were dead Miss Addle Metcalf ono of tho most popular of Danvilles young women was chosen as sponsor for the Elks Lodge atthe State reunion at Frank for in Juno L E Hunt sold his residence In Fair View addition South Endto Qeccher Smith for 82600 Mr Hunt will movo to rooms near tho machine shop Somerset Journal The contract to erect the First Na local Bank building at Columbia has been awarded to C R Hosklos of ampbellsvlllc The banking house Is to bo brick and attractively finished The west span of tho wagon bridge cross Roundstooo creek at Living too fell with a drove of cattle killing Ight head and crippling many others Tho stock was the property of E C iloWhorter of Laurel county A river narrowly escaped going down Tho funeral services of Miss Della owell who died In Richmond were held at the Baptist church Nicholas vllle Rev I B Timberlake officiating MIss Powell was tho victim of a Negro who was lynched in February 1002 died of nervous prostration subse Iand NOTICE FARMERSHut Ant for the Drown WIre Fence The cheapest best strongest most duriblc pig tight bull strong mud high will sell high or low fence or will sell by the roll single wires various sues wires to suit purchase Also dealer In the finest anJ best Plymouth Rock chickens and errs Do not pats Doe ty Am here I do business For Lift or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Ocr Myer Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but onl one bestThe Equitable stronges in the world Get also a combination Disnbili ty policy in tho Fidelity Casual ty Co of Now York Covers ever Accident Covers every illness WOOL WANTED I I will pay the highest mar ket price fpr 50000 pounds of Wool Call and get sacks J II BooNE Livery Feed end Sale Stable Depot St Stanford Ky I Spring Opening of- Wall Paper We are receiving dally some of the handsomest Wall Papua that have over been shown In Danville many of which were Imported The prices range from tbe cheapest papers to the most expenpenslve specialties These papers arc dally and are on display at our store and all the of Danville Doyle and adjoining counties are Invited to Inspect thnra Esti mates gladly furnished on all kinds ot decorating and palnt Inltl work done promptly by dompctent men Paints and- WindowGlassWe the best readymixed on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kind of supplies at the closest market prices A E Gibbons DOG Main St Danullle Kentucky THE GRAND LEADER I InI Figure Beauty f Secured t II fly WetrlegTheFashion HipModel I Perfect tines the retail ol perfect corKtmaklog Beautiful Fabrics Wo have a full line of this celebrated Corset at 8100 Short Straight Front Cantill Cor set ISo NOTIONSN- ew Shell Hair Pins tho 25e kind loc Back Combs at 10 15 and 2c Shirt Waist Pearls go at 2 35 and 500 set Ladies knee length Ribbed Drawers 2Tc Ladles Drop Stitch Hoso tho 2k kind 15c GRAND J2R 1 ARKER HAIR BALSAM CIMMM Dt tie UM tube i v ni ilc a tatnst IIta riser FaiU ray Hair to in Veuthruf Cant mlp rtiaw a l 5Sii Teudlmu Public Sal UnoI Uixvlne derided to locate In the West I- w111 for aalo to the highest bidder on eATUUDAY MAY IS IMS my house and lot oniustonvitle aoeS 1 mile from Hnitonvllle Ilradfordivlllo Keren room bouse and WfU conveniently arranged cistern near the door barn and all necessary out bnlldlnRi new Will alw Mil a lhone wagon- comarMttvelY new and houKthold and kitchen furnl1uroI1tS ELLA g ROSE MILLINERY Please call and S- Cour complete line of Ladies Misses am Childrens hats in rClr of post office building MRS G SINGLETON AN ORDINANCE The city council of the city of Stanford do ordain aa follow That tbe North tide of Main street tn Icy from the residence property of William Severance excluding It to residence of M n Elmoro at tbe Intersection of and Danville atreet Including It and alto the East side of Dar yUle street In said from the of II D Elmore above referred to and tag It to the residence of Mrs E helms heirs Including to of lama the entrance ofto a opposite graded school lnjt lot be pave with a brick pavement to be aupporl od by a stone curbing work U to done In every particular as required by Section 40 of tbo Ordinance Ilylaw Hull and Regulations for the of tbo City of Stanford KyeJlcelttbatlald pave mont shall be ilx feet tbat laid work shall be done at the cost of tbe owners of the ground fronting the menu at provided by law The a of an tOOL It HcatiES Clerk ANTECARLO 226 12 Made over track In win ning race Sired by Antoo SiltK that told for ISO 000 at public 1le lit dam Mary Ann by UlUtorm 613 son of Mamhrlno Patchen fbeto two crosses produced The Abbot l03K champion trotting of tin mild 2nd dam Independence ton of Andrew Jackson Independence dam by American Star Tbe American Star and Indrew Jackson blood it responsible tot Irctcent 202H tho champion trotting ital Ion of tbq world You see s twc for tbo fastestcrosses are responsible crosses are responsible 11bettertbe blood of botb- Antecarlo is a solid brown horse W4 and high weighing 1170 pounds One Lyle and action Onu of the best posted men on trotting horses writes of him as fol 101111 In regard to the stallion Anttcarlo cad tt you aught of T II Smiley 1111 say I worked him stout QO days In 1901 and I consider hIm one of the fastest trotters I ever drove or In other words stout as fasts I ever saw I have seen him trot a 104 gait timed by a prospective buyer There never was a tile while be was In my charge that he could not step a quartet In does not seal any extra Aging of MCAtIITLRItoIlebarn at US to Innuro a living PENCE Standard Will also stand this wt11knonti horse lie Sa too well known to need comment As a sire of highclass business horses he has ever been surpassed Will stand at IJO to nsuro colt Mares parted with after being bred to these horses forfeit Insurance and money becomes duo Lien retained on colts intll season U paid E II UEAZLKY It Co Wo have Just received from tbe clc bratcd Paragon Shirt Walsl factor a largo lino of White and Colorc Shirtwaists also afull line of Ladle Wash Suits perfect fitting gannent A Fine India Linen Whlto Waist CO White India Linen Waist colorc Polka Dots uSe Very Fine Whit Oxford Waist very stylish 8125 Mei cerlzed Oxford Waist white or colors eli India Linen Waist No p wide band trimmed Mouto Carlo front i2JA India Linen SultolCRantlymadt W60 WOO 8400 and 500 ouch Wo have recently ridded to our tlo I partment a full and complete line of Ladles Muslin Underwear a few spe dials for a starter l Lndlis Muslin Gowns nicely made 4S cents Muslin Gowns Hamburg trimmed 74 tents Ladles Corset Covers well made Iii tints Ladles Corset Covers trimmed 2px Ladles Corset Covers trimmed Vn Loco ISo Skirt Hamburg trim Sfemlltlln1de SPECIALS 20 dozen Mens Flno 1100 Shirts go atM cent- sSpecial Prices on- Atens Clothing Dont buy your SUIT until you see ours wo have tho right kind EXTRA SPECIAL 1000 yards l0 Inch wido Hamburg worth 20 25 35c yard as long its lasts goes at lOc yard In order for as many to sharp In this bargain as possible we limit 10 yards to each W F G0 i A Great Dollar Skirt If you deckle to exchange a dollar fur ono ol these SortIs nil Y1IJcoats youll get the greatest skirt value that your money ever bought In the first place the material U of q bettor quality than you could scarcely expect In a rltlrt at thli tiger And thin IV le elegantly trimmed with a very deep flounce I and ntcuMo t nut the teati point about this garment li toe +made way that It U cant la tn and thtre are 110tplain for tho dud T to hide Every Mitch h ntky and tlouiiiy tilt n and you UInever be bulhereo K rips and rents yoke melees r everySurveilSkirt a 1 made to order gar meat Its price U only too The best 1100 Underskirt made dust I proof ruffles very hest of Sateen Better ono at tlGO 92 andl 7tSee this line before you buy SHOES A X H lino of LEWIS A CROSeMen Fine Shoes Wo can suit you at t2 8260 f1 WCO and U Wo can give you choice of Pat KM Pat Colt or Velour Viol KM or Box I Calf The Shoo that flu time aye and tho foot TH MB LEVY CO Prors S B a Stanford property property property Improve ordlnanc- tdopteddpr112nd Vertalllet op customer SKTTS FOR FINE FURNITURE CARPETS MATTINGS11RUGS RANGE SALE We will offer eight of the BEST 4 7t RANGES till May 1st at greatly r reduced prices 1 The 17 kind will go nt 1426 The 25 kind will go at 2125 The 30 kind will go at2475Th-e8fl5 kind will go nt 3050rTho 840 kind will go nt317The 50 kind will go ntH Oc You have never had such an opportunity pre sented to you before so now is your chance All stoves will be set up in your kitchen andSguaranteed GEO H FARRIS a CO Every Stanford Ky L FohSUitablo WEDDING i And GRADUATING 1 presents see V II MUELLER Jeweler Stanford Ky t- e C fIT IS- EASY CROSSETT There is no Difficulty- At lace in satisfying all demands of those who seek CmoCEUIES of high qual ity For the next order to reduce my stock will eell COO lbs of InIgrade Coffees at COST proportionEvarytbing 1 perfectly clean See me and save money Eat more and pay Ices J W PBRRIN the Grocer 118 Male St Stanferd KyJ r mEINTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky MAY 1 1003 la fllllnjr your prcicrlpttoni wo use proportlonl not do better If yon paid ui double th price which le always reaeonable Pen 411 Pruz StoresI PERSONALS i E MRS JULIA CIIASB loll yesterday for Knoxvlllo t LEI HILL U at homo from a Louis villa dental college Mil U L PULUAM of Shelby vlllo was hero yesterday MKSsns U OIANO GIG n FARms are In Pulailcl county yrMn10 SAUKLEY of Richmond ll with hit mother hero ATTORNEY W I WILLIAMS of Lan caster was horo yesterdayaMRS IVY STOCKY of Lexington U with Mill Salllo Louln11leIIPt MIsS lEAnL COLLIER of Crab Orchard t Is with Mrs Sue Holmes QSomeeeotMR AND Mns THOMAS LASLEY of AnnieIf slowlandt t MisAmandaton Wednesday rc b 1Coffice a call Tuesdayo attend l Loulsvlllo next week andWaltorcastle river near Livingston towhohatvisit Stanford Wednesday f srrlvefromsister Mrs W U McRoberts- IT Is Grandpa Huffman now A t toMrvlllcMit KOY WHITB nominee for olr vestcrJ upIa yesterday returning from a protracted vlslt td San Antonio Texas friendt j morntogIf bo Is pleated with the country be will move his family to that territory IN remitting for bis vapor from Lou formerlyw operation for cbronlo appendloltl It le hoped the olever gentleman will cut vivo the operation and soon be himself again LOCALS FRESH fish vegetables and itrawber a rigs at T C Willis WANTED to borrow 11000 on good orI real estate Tbll office I IT le cold and cloudy and not typical May weather by a long shot I P M WARE tbeY McKinney mer chant wants your wool at the highs market price tea WOOL Wo wilt pay the highest price for wool Call and got sacks now Carson ft Peno- WANTED200 old buggies surrlcs and phaetons to paint and repair All work firstclass Prices low Write us W J Romans Lancaster AN oratorical contest will bo given at Mlddloburg Normal College on Mo- q day evening May llth Tbo partici pant will bo young men of the school Dont tall to attend Everybody le cor dially Invited JESSE TRAYLORwho a few week ago bought the Dlx niTer Roller Mill toll us that be will soon begin renova I ting the mill and that ho will put IB 11500 worth of now and modern machinery Mr Traylor poposca to make his mill second to none In the country In turning out good lour and meal WE confidently 0 that tbo ltarI routo between Stanford and McKlnney be roeitabllibPii and that dally will bo madolnsldoof two months Superintendent Charles Ra 1ripof the Railway Mall Service waSI Wednesday having driven over line from McKinney Bo talked very fayorably of tho routo and while ho did not say ho would recommend f tbo roesUbllshment of U wo bay0 good grounds to believe that ho will Postmaster Florence It warmly In favor of tho routo and told Supt Rgor of tho Importance and convenience of It A PONCA CITY OTdispatch ea Georgo W Miller president of the mom 101 Ranch Company and ono of tho fiat men to trail a herd of cattlo from Mexico to tbo Anterior of the Uni ted States whose death occurred Saturday made a death bod statement to the sheriff of the county denying any v knowledge of murder of Georgo I Montgomery a Sea Fo railway de toatlvo Montgomery was assassinated at bll home two years ago near Win IaL and the crlmo waa charRed aiithree times without I nothing ot tbo murder Mr Miller r waa born near Danville and was burled at Crab Orchard TueedayI ITnE rain bRI siren the farmers end soother backset Hictts predicts frosts and furious storms for May Wo hope the old proc nostlcator la wrong andhara 1taTUB delinquent list of 1002 will bo old at publln auction In front of tbo court housooo Monday May 11 1003 county court day WE have just purchased ono of the finest and boat mashies In Central Keptucky for putting on rubber tires W J Romans Lancaster gardening was dooJ mornlDAbutkind of business for a while FOrt RENT9 room Lancas ter street and law offices formerly oc copied by W A Trlbble Apply at this office or write to W P Walton Lexington 4t OLD CotMrs Adella Woods ro calved from her son Cab bell Woods the other day a 1hlllpplno copper colaimade In 1304 Mr Woods Is the Philippines enjoying line health and likes Unclo Sams now possession very much NOTICE There wlllibeap annual election of officers and d Vector of Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Asso elation at Crab OrcbardrTuesJay May 6 Tho stockholders aro requested toe present or by proxy Election 2 clock l51 A W Buchanan sea R a Oronaugb pros 2t I tripdmorrow at 14 10 limited to May 20 on account of the races A rate of a faro and a third will bo glyen from too 3rd to the lOtb limited three days and on farore to two FEW entertainments at Walton Op era House have boon more thoroughly enjoyed than tbo Folks Up Willow Creek given by Frank S Davidsont and splendid company of aoor day evening The show was new and ofeThe play II an Intensely Interesting and enjoyable ono and Mr Davidson nod his party of ladles and gentlemen know well bow to present It PROGRAM of elocutionary and mUll cal otertalnroent to be given at Hue aeonnSoucl Mrs Adams and Mrs Paul Recitation Maggie Allen Recitation Neal Greeting Song Wont You Como to my Tea Panic Clara Fallls Recita flea Mary Stagg Song Dcsslo Frye Recitation Ada Weslev Song MIR non Dolllo William Katie Warner Plano Solo Circus Galop Miss Dora Do Qaun Piano Duet William Tell Overture Miss Hopper and Mrs Fal Its Reading The Sceptics Daughter Mss Sadie Daugbmao Male Quartette Messrt Adams Dlnwlddlo Williams Morse Reading Tbo Sailors Dream Miss Maud VanArsdalc Song Mr tWm DlnwIddlejReadlng Good Night Papa Miss Dbra DoDaun Piano Solo Nearer My God to Thee Miss Suslu Frye Song Prayer Iron the Opera Z nonlProf Oscar B Fallls Reading Tbo Man Without a Country Miss Pearl Rout Piano Solo Fantalse Im promptu Miss Melllo Dooper Read log AfonoY Murk Miss Anglo Carpen ter Male Quartet EBOYSTheraA WORD TO le a theland to misbehave when they are out of their parents tight Of course their parents are not to blame because in this good tcctlon there Is not a father nor mother who does not try to make the fruit of marriage do right bit tho fault Is with the boys themselves who think It Is smart to remove signs pllo dry sgoods boxes In the streets steal gates and such tomfoolery It Is generally behaved that Roy R B Ma hosts horse and buggy were takes th other night by smart Alec and not by a thief with the Intention to steal Too rig was gotten bask It It truo but think of tho worry And expense Mr Mahony was put to Ho telephoned allover too country hlrqd a horse and buggy to search for hie lost property to say nothing of tho annoyance the thought of losing his gentle family bores caused Talking in church and other public places Is a practice some of tbo boys aro guilty of and which It exceedingly unbecoming and rude Years ago tbo writer thought a sea tleman must necessarily bo a grown 4ttaeh s of a as gentlemen boys or before tho matures years come you may have gone rough shod over creation so long that It will then bo too lato to reform Evarvbod respects the gentleman whether ho bo the refined lawyer preacher business man or laborer working for a pittance Everybody admires tbo gentlemanly boy whether robed In purple and fine linen or In clothes tattered and torn Clothes do not make the man hut gen tlemanly mien and gentlemanly bear tag make the gentleman Strive to bones e oaiHavoJ U CARTER and W U Traylor will mako application on tho llth to tho county court for distillers license to soil whisky FRANK CORDIER sold W c Shanks 25 acres of land In Rowland for 12600 Tho place Is Improved with a good dwelling WE havo bad several years expor lenco In putting on rubber tires and do WrltoIDEATH Mrsi IileaCaldwell widow of W L Caldwoll died In Doyle county yesterday The burial will oc cur at 230 this afternoon In Bellevuo cemetery Danville THERR will bo ochallengers I at the polls In the primary Saturday week and all democrats aro cordially Invited to participate Youths who will reach their majority by November will bo permitted to vote- TOSIORROtY i Louisvillevilla at classic Derby wlllborunandall tho sports hero about who have tho prlco will witness t Tbero will be six or eight starters Tho Picket has the besttecord of those horses that will lace Jho flag 0 JOHN COULTER the McKinney liveryman will have a salo of his stable and contents on Friday May 15 Mc Kinney Is a good livery town and Mr Coulter has done well there but bo de sire to locate elsewhere See ad J I BENRY M BOSWORTH Mr Boa worth exsheriff of Fayetto county candidate for Stato treasurer Is the man who at the head of his deputies marched Into the train at Lexington and In too very face of death and W S Taylor asiasslnsoldlen dragged outCalob Power and Capt Davis and landed them in jail Then with rare magnanimity refused the reward of II 500 for their arrest offered by Jo ue and Arthur Goebol heathen of tbe j murdered man Henry Boswortb the lion hearted Ironnerved ox sheriff of Fayetto county Is acandldato for Stato treasurer Mr Bosworth It a time tried democrat an 18 karat democrat Ho was an Intlmatq friend of Ken tuckys martyred governor William Goebel who alwaes selected him as to leader In times which wore full of trouble and clear bead and firm heads were needed When Goebel fell Dos wortb with the same determination that characterizes him as a man of power and decision began the hunt for the assassins of tbo noble dead It devotion to democratic principles If loyalty to democratic leaders If courage to perform duty without reward at the risk of life deserve success then truly ought Henry Bosworth to receive the yote of ovory democrat When tho fair name of our dear old Common wealth was assailed when anarchy was rampant at our State capitol when common decency and the law wero tramPled under foot and republicanism was dominant through military despot Ism and assassination no man showed greater love and solicitude for isle State and party no man rendered no bIer services to tbo great common peo ple than did Honey Bosworth Read the pages of political history and no where will you and a moro shining example of bravery and manhood than that page which records the capture of Caleb Powers by Boawortb Mr Bos worth Is a man of education and high Ideas Let every man who loves too law who admires manhpod and cour age who believes that fidelity to duty deserves approval stand out for Henry Bosworth on election day and by hit election show to the world that Ken tucklans are proud to honor such a man KINGS VILLE Marblo playing Is absorbing the attention of the youth of our town Winston Skldmoro had tho misfor tune to lose his barn which was full ol feed by firo Monday Charles Evans bought at Daniel Bee fore1250 Ho will movo his family down from Lexington very shortly Mr and Mm J hL McCarty and Master Freddlo went to Stanford Tues day Your correspondent will go to Somerset next week for a brief visit Tho weather Is at last perfectly de lightful or delightfully perfect The popular question now Is How does this weather suit you Gardening has begun and farmers are generally busy Mr Campbell plumed from Lexing ton Monday but was called back Tues day to act as a witness In a case against too Standard Oil Co Mr Hodges of the new firm returned to Lexington HodgeseS Campbell will movo their entire plant hero In a few weeks Including a planing mill and will deal In flno weath workyHon M F Nortb our next repre sentative provided ho cola the nomi nation was hero Monday Hone liar vey Holm and R C Warren of Stan ford were attending court hero Mon day Wallaceand John Walter of city were guests of G A Walter a Carr deny loco Mrs W L McCarty It at the homo of Dr W B OBannon In Stanford where for aeyeral weeks JIMDavldloD DavldloDMaGIcHowe our popular station agent hat tho western fever and Is contemplating t locaing WOOL WANTED 100000 pounds of good wool wanted at the WeIwantyourwool For Sale Fifty secondhand sewing machines In good repair from 12 50 SIOROAM IIOONfc Stanford Kf I Hemp Seed For Sale A limited amount of strictly nice clean lmportntloDtorDANKd HUDSON Lancaster Ky SWEET WILLIAM My splendid mulo jack will make the present season at my arm at the low price muleJackthis one For adoreEA S PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Omeorrs OwsleyBalldlnfn DR P W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Offlco in Myors Houso Flats R A JONES I DENTIST Stanford Ky Ottlca over Hlggins McKlnneyi Store Telephone No 01 NOTICEtIf you think of building or repairing we- anc nave you money on your material All kinds of heavy or n ht framing any length beveled poplar siding i floor hardwood ceilings ClUing bees or cornice boards veranda pouts and bracket bored anda plastererslatheeor chestnut toxin Write for prices s IlUUtIIUKV DUOS Hartwell Ky 1Public Sale Having sold my farm I will sell to the O- DTIIUn90AY MAY II 1003 the following property 4 horses t cows with young calve 2 sheep 10 lambs 3 sows and pigs farming Implements house hold and kitchen furniture 20 barrels corn 23 bushels wheat S buggies 1 lulkey farm log Implements all In newPlano near ly new X Interest In a Hinder Sale to commence at 0 oclock a m at mv farm 1K miles from Lancaster Terms made known on day of sate A M bourne Auctr OEO W EVANS PUBLIC SALE I Having decided to engage In other bud ness I will onFRIDAY MAY U At McKinney Ky sell to the highest bid der my llverv stable and blacksmith shop I JoDtvnU of stable as tallow Several head I of horses some of which are good sale horsI es two drummer wagons one good as now four buggies two almost as good as new one surrey good as new ono break cart one twohorse road wagon with body four sets double butte live sets buggy harness rugs tools etc one AA harrow one extra good milk cow Sale begins at 0 oclock Trms mado known on day of sale JOHN COULTER Terra Cotta This famous race horse and thoroughtr tUIHonl will nuke the season ot toaitt the stable T Milt nslu s ts mile from Crab Orchard Kron Sunl fort Jlkelt the exceedingly low rrlce to In sure a living colt Lien retained on e M for season If mare Is Ua4eJ or rteJ with before foaling the season It then due Mares kept on col grass at Sa r month Terra Cotta was foaled In 1811116 hands anJ as ImpAuslrallAncatcher sit lam Laura IL bv Dick by Lexing ton dam Alabama fcy Brown bkkaJ dam C by Paul he toy Lexington dam Annie C Iy Imp ilenco N dam Scythla by Imp Scythian 4th dam j Ann Ilinlcy by Imp Yorkshire jth dam Argentine by Bertran bp Sir Arch j c c Terra Cotta was a great race hone anJ won the following stakes As a twoy irOU he won the Clark t Thomas takes at Lexington anJ the Lakevlew handICAfanJ Tremont stakes at Chicago At won the St Louis Derbv and Chas Green stakes the Dextrll Sheridan and FliuUty stakes Chicago and Relief stakes Saratoga V At fouryearsold he won the BmJorf Perchran Merchants Eclipse Granite tauntaln anoS Day RiJ a stakes besides many purl ues and over night handicaps Terra Cotta Is the tire of many good winners This Is a rare chance for farmers to Improve their hose stock at snail cost Terra Cotta soN atfouryeartd for R II BRbNAUGII 1 will also at tame time and place stand my fine mule Jack black with nose at 15 to Insure a living colt Conditions same as the above T MILT ESTES The Fine Trotting Stallion Flowers 25031 Will stand at my stable near Tumersvllle at Ito to In hanoSsllrhhindthe list First dam Little Tracy sas full slater td tufonnelldam of Nellie L bv Gills Vermont sue sire or Ban net Boy aJ and Jams of Gambetta Wilkes Ill sssin of Jlln the ro lisp The King sj 14 tire of nine anJ several others Third dam Kate own titter to lannle dam of seven In thUSI by Klnkeads St thoroughbredIn of the belt sons of llanbletonlan namely Florida Volun teer George Wilkes with of Gill I Vermont Kinked St Lawrence and thoroughbred and he carries to per cent of the blood of Hambletonlan 10 or as much as a son of his Very few horses Inherit such fhnln paratively no training he has shown tatt salt over a half mile track It Will also stand the Black Jack GOV BECKHAM to insure a living colt He Is i j ithands high rthree years old end It by Emperor n A IL A J A J ImpIIIIJIOWhen mares are with season money be tomes Jue Mares furnished grass at fa per month not responsible for accidents but best of cart taken with stock B D CARTER TurnenvllJe Ky 4 P Clothing Pointers Quality Fit and Workmanship Should bo noticed closely before a Suit is pur chased All those points are important See that thocont fronts are well stiffened so that they will set up well on the chest and not wrinkle back this keeps the lapels up in place whether the coat- is buttoned or unbuttoned The collars should be put on by hand The button holes should he worked by hand Our largo stock of Perfect Fit ting Clothing havo all these points of superiority We are the only dealers in Stanford selling Clothing made with PATENT SHAPE RETAINING COAT FRONTS Our values are tho beEt our fits are perfect See our large assortment of pat terns 1 Cummins a McClary S t THE PEMBROKE IARibbon Bargain I mA Good Thing For You 1 We prate on sale today 1000 yards nil Silk ITaffeta Ribbons in Black White Pink Red n Blue Nile Moise Green and Navy three to i 1 four inches wide as long as they last at tho i I round price of ONLY lOc PER YARD i usual price 15 to 25c but by buying n I quantity we can make this low price largoI 1 SEVERANCE i CLOTHINGA Select Line of Suits For Men Boys and Children Also a Splendid Line of TROUSERS all Manufactured by the very best manufacturers in the country Call and see our stock W E PERKINS CraborCharc11Ky Wi Bi McROBERTSr t THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any PurposeS II 1 i jTHE JNTEIilORJOURAL Snterd n the pottoffice at Stanford at itonddatt maUer 21 ablla2atTsawSatipaa45YlQa9 T1 PER YEAR CASH Whsn sot ioptldmsoo will btehtrztd i KNOXVillE DIVISION I 02iTraIncolncNortb11461mIt II a 028II MM025I I SouthM 1217 I m- SS fo 23 S IIM12 2 p III t FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied by Wm Severance Will rent for one or more years J D OWSLEY Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Bargains Fresh line of Groceries and OaVet Etc just received Olgbeit market prices for flutter Eggs Ac Give dim a call ot Dry Good Notions Geuu Fur nlsiilDE Goods Etc jut 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 Doard and nurslnpshnll be cash In advance weekly aqd monthly Profqs alonal bills duo when services are rendered and must I paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Llvory Food Salo Stable Liberty Kyt Drummers Rigs a specialty sold Grade Jones and Mules bought Feed horses tecelve personatt- entionTraor 1 icet DEALERS IS WhlsKo Brandy Wines Beer Glnars Etc Carpenter Glotelto DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt and polite attention Nothing but the bee to drink 14U phone cr telegraph orders receive prompt attention I J D Weareo Fire and Tornado Insurance C Represents The Home of New York the largest Company in the world Asaote 12 Surplus U regards policy holders 99436013 69 Farm property in Casey Garrard Ln coin counties Phone 21 I I RBMahonyInsurance Insurance fluents Stanford Kentucky I Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but the larg tat and best companies repr- esentedL Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky t P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Mice at J It Beailevs Livery Stable J Mrs Laura S Webbi Ylcc Prflllent Romans I rino crallcClubn ol Xorllieni Ohio t I dreaded the change of life which was fast approaching I noticed Wine of to try a bot I experienced some relief the 1tintmonth to I kept on taking It for three months and now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take It off and on now until I have pasted the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and r ovarian do not wear off Theyfollow awoman to the change not wait buttake of Cardui now and avoid the trouble Wino of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of any of C relieved Mrs Webb when she was in dun ger When come to the change of life Mrs Webbs letter mean more to you than it does f i now But now avoid tho she endured iell91 bottles of Wino of Car- dniINE0FCARDUi i 0 7 P H Ce RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call J La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers 1UODXAUUIB FarnltureMattiiigsRngs They will Exchange Furnituro for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ McC f Y UJBTDBREAKERJSMBALMER And Dealear In tABNESS SADDLBBY O Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Also aChe Dropsy Female Dont become discouraged There Is I cure for you If necessary write lr rennet tie has spout a life time curing Just tuck cases aa yours All consultations Your Kldnoy and Backache Curo has cured two very bad cases among our custo bens the past year whom tho doctors had given up J L STILL 4 CO Woodland la Druggists 50ctl AtkforCook Book Free STVITUSDANCE TroublesCURE Core ClrcularDr l FredonlaN1 SEASON 1903 Wood Lawn Stock Farm RED LEAFchampion show horse of Kentucky and leafing sirs of MsncUss road horses and teams IT of his colts having sou In past 18 months for lujjojo or to average of KM jo Jj b Insure with foal ILLUSTRATIONT- he only son of OnwarJAwllhalani by AUmbrim Pltcben In the leafing sire of t jo performers Mambrlno Patchtn Is the leading brood mare sire fit to Insure with foal We do not Insure colts but give you the privilege of breeding tack until you do tOt a colt S R G GODDARD Bur ln ky DIGNITY DARE COMBINED STALLION Foaled 1803 1S3X hands weighs 1 200 pounds mahogany bay with wonderfuland a In form with that style characteristic of the Chester Dare family to universally acknowledged as sti perlor to all As a show hone be has made a good record winning In his clast and In sweepstakes many blue ties In his 3year old form D1gnltyDare won 13 blue ties out of 14 shows in Central Kentucky In liar ness ho Is very stylish well gaited wltb puro decided action with a little hand hog lat taU Iteppod a 230 gait a clip few- saddle honecon bowmakloJhim harness horse of the saddle he U Uractive bold with best of line action speedy separating bis gal tel perfectly with knee action necessary for an uptodate sire Ills colts though are coming to the front and fast rooklaghlm one of the best of breeders which class bring sensational prices Oil colts are rangy with wellset neck fine backs broad flatboat with great action and best of colors I respectfully Invite you to call and them before klng your maresIPcmaiiKE Sired by famous Chester Dare No 10 A 8 H It be by Black Squirrel fit he by Black Eagle 71 he by King William byQalnesmark P B he by Imported Hedgefordt let dam Lizzie Welcbmont No 6387 A T U DridlcklOambletool1nl0 longer 3rd dam by GUIs Vermont 4lb dam Thoroughbred Welcbmonts lit dam Pauline by Almort Forest 5663 Will make the season of 1003 at my stable In Ilnstonvlllo at 870 to Insure a living colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits In surance and money become duo at time of such transaction Lion retained upon all Colts till season monetq II paid Mares from a dlstancu per month Grain fed if desired at reasonable rates All bills must be paid before removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive my personal attention but will not be rcsponslole for accidents or escapes D B CARPENTER Poone In Residence Hustonvllle Exchange t CASEYS ELECTION OFFICER The following democrats have been selected and appointed by the Cast county democratic committee to Berve as electron officers at the primary to behold on May 0 North Liberty M C Bran so judge D n 3mlther judge James P Cowden clerk C G Jeffries sheriff South Liberty W W JVUkloso judftcRobert Davis judge John It Murphy clerk Wallace Uanafon sheriffTatceJ J Iloguo judge N J Davenport judge J H Roberts clerk Granvlllo Henson sheriff Casey Creek Qeorgoi A Tucker judge P B Wetblo ton judge W T Ward clerk George A Jontgomer sheriffBig South Geo Cape heart judge Clay Peyton judge Arthur Spraggln clerk Wallace Ellis sheriff DuQDvllle Joe Garrison judge Frank Thomas judge J D Jone clerk Wm Austin sheriff Little South D B Guthrie judgi J R Lane judge W P Rogers clerk George Holland sheriff Middloburg John Wheat judge Tom Brown judgo MW Junes clerk 3 R Wilson sherlff Fryer Creek 0 W Frye judge Judge Ben May clork Gcorg o C Rifle tberlt- YJenklneR W Godbey judge P M Vest judge V J Wesley clerk G A HOBS sheriff C F MONTGOMERY cbmu A P1OUNG eecy- CEDAR CREEK The sick are all Improved E M Ware of Eubanks visited hi brother C G Ware Miss Annie Wan visited the Misses Jones of Dix River last week Abel Dr at ot Danville was In our vlclohyiJordan Mlddleton wasln our vlclnlt last week making pictures As Jord Is as good a photographer as ever car picIlures a trial Curtis Adams Is suffering from a badly bruised face as the result of a mule kick He was breaking two mules lorI George Holmes Curtis came out Sunday with a black eye He Is sllghtlj disfigured but etlll In the ring Sunday school was organized at Su gar Grove last Sunday with Rev W T B White superintendent and Mrs Sallla Pennington and Ansel Green aa slstanta Wltb such good leaders w have reason to believe we will have a splendid Sunday school We hope U have a good crowd every Sunday John Ford says If It keeps on raiL lOR there will be a famine this year Ai be has bottom laud he decided he would not get to plow aqv this spring so betook his team and plow and a wagot load of feed for his horses and left Wednesday to try to god a drier cli mate wbero be could get work We dont think he succeeded aa he came back Sunday looking somewhat weath cr beaten CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach a1 McCormacka next Sunday morning The Church Alliance bas voted to send King Edward a protest against biB proposed visit to Pope Leo Of the 33000000 Inhabitants of France 700000 are Protestants 80000 ire Jews and nearly 37030000 belong nominally at least to the Roman burch G A Kllngman will preach at the Church of Christ on Lancaster Street Saturday evening and at 1045 A M and 7Ui p M Sunday A cordial invita tlon la extended by the congregation to the public to come and hear him GREATLY ALARMED By a Perslstant Cough But Permanently Cured By Chamberlains Qough Remedy Mr II P Burbage a student at law- In Greenville 8 C had been troubled for four or five years with A continuous ougb which he says greatly alarmed me causing me to fear that I was in the first stage of consumption Mr Bur baSte having seen Chamberlains Cough lemcdy advertised concluded to try it Now read what ho says of It I soon felt a remarkable change and aftet using two bottles of the 25c size was permanently ured Sold by Craig trucker IeLet me get at him I exclaimed the ildeyed man trying to force his way rough the crowd surrounding the resident Stop him I shouted one of the uards Hes an anarchist Anarchist be darned I said tho struggling man Im the father of 21 ehlldrenCblcaJto Tribune Upon a keg of dynamite Little Georgia sought repose And slyly lit a cigarette liMy Little Georgia Rose Cornell Window When ySa want a pleasant physic try hamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant In effect For sale by Craig A Hocker McKeo Jackeon county now has lephooo connection with the outside world LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Blckley d Williams sold to W H Llllard of Danville a horse for tlGO Three fresh milk cows for sale good once J H Albright Brodhcad Ky 2t Early a Derby candidate changed hands for 81200tf at Louisville Tues day The 2200t3 Kentucky Futurity which closed March 10 shows 1300 nomlna done Small lot of good cultivated hem seed for sale Robert M West Lane caster Si At Paris James W Ferguson sole to Hibler Bros t 89 bogs averaging 2CK pounds at tOGO Fred Gooch of tbe McKinney sec Lion finished plating corn Monday Hi broke tbo record In this county Members ot the National Live Stock Association havo subscribed I2500000 to form a co operative company to fight the beef trust It the projected merger la carried through Too Great A Risk In almost every neighborhood someone bas died from an attack of colic or chole ra morbus often before medicine could be procured or a physicist summoned A reliable remedy for these diseases should be kept at hand Tbo risk is too great for any one to take Chamberlains Colic Cholera RDa Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly saved tho lives of more people and relieved moro pain and suffer Ing than any ottAir medicine in use Jt can always bo depended upon For sale by Calgf Hooker One of our young naval oBlaerscUlras to have nude 8100000 writing poetry It la probably unocccersary to mention that ho Intended this for the marines Made Young Again One of Dr Kings Now Lifo Tills each night for two Weeks bar put me in my teens again writes D II Turner of Dempieytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at all druggists A Chester Pa cemetery company Is offering a trolley hearse and free floral designs In order to Induce business Now Is the tlmu to die In that town GALTON 12910 Sired Oambetta Wilkes 2IOlj Flat dim Daliy Field rand damof Alice Wilkes 2IT AllettaS US by Eaneld lIre of six In 330 and the dams ot CO In 899 or betterSecond dam Qnlekstepby Kentucky Prince Jr sire of J Q217W Lemdnade end Che dams of 1J In the list Third dam by Old Joo sire of the dam of J Q J17X Oambetta Wllk a U the greatest living sire ofhb age He has lit with records from ZSO to tiM having put 17 new one In the list In 1902 leading of the great sires Ills sons and daughters have list fh the list Gallon wilt not be a Court day exhibition horse but will bo at my stable for service 3 miles West of Iltutonvllle at NO to Insure a live colt I have several of his colts from two to fouryearsold that cant be excelled by any one stallion for elae form style and action Boo them before mares It a mare M traded attar breeding money le due Good grass at 13 month utter tbe 1st of May Phone tu residence W M DODD Hustonvllle Ky G I N GILLOCK proprietor The Tonsorial Art Rooms HUSTONVILLE KY Call In when you want a clean Shave or a Stylish Hair Cut The Chicago only 35 Why pay 8100 when the Chicago will do as e well last as long and works easier titan the 100 typewriter Lexington Bicycle Works No 48 North Broadway Lexington NyI State Agents SPECIAL BARGAINSF- OR THIS WEEK AT The New YOrK store I Mens Clothing J Mens Suits worth S6 for 208 irons 57 Suits at 8125 s liens 0 Suits ut SO Moils 12CO Suits at 8760 Boys I Suits for 90c up Mona everyday Shoes DOc Mens heavy Shoes 120 lions Fino Shoes worth 8150 nt 1 Mens Ir Tine Shoes worth 82 at 8135 Men FIuo Shoes worth 275 nt 175 MOils Fine Shoes worth 3nt 2 Mens Fine Shoes worth 8350 at 8260 Ladies Shoes worth 81 60 at OOo Ladies Shoes worth 8175 nt 61 Ladies Shoes worth 62 nt i 8U5 Ladies Shoes worth 250 at 8150 Wo arc alsotpaying for egKs this week 1210 per dozen The New York Store ordU Noxt Door to Lincoln County NntlonnI Bank Who Shall Fill 111 There should bo but ono question to consilcr in deciding where to take your tons and that is Where arc the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to bo Imd No motive or inlluence should ho allowed to weigh against it Whon you do this wo shall expect to servo you When we fill your proscriptiion overt drug that en ters into it has tho exact potency the physician desires Our charge are just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store First National BankStanford NyI Capital Stogie 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit flank of Stanford In 18J8 then reorrtnUed as the National Hank of Stanford In 1863 and again reorganized as the First National flask of Stanford la 1111 having had practically an uolntei1 rnptoi exUMneo tar U years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact log Dtulntu promptly and well than ever before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited J 0 Paxton J D 8 II Shanks W O Walker Geo W Carter to The Farmers Rank 4a Trust and under same such business will prove V J 8 PreVt 4- s J J IICUOIIEUTS Chr 1 W U V Reid Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J B Hooker Stanford W P Walton Jas Robinson Hobble J It Stanford W P Tate f LINCOLN OUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL aoOOO Directorsi OwslOy Successors Company continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK- ACCOUNT Hoping relations mutually beneflcial StaW I Prcscrlp Offlogrs HOOKRIt WEAKEN Dk- prDirectors Lexington WclClanllYW tanfgrdT lUuchrnan Stanford STOCK Officers r 1 s ntsiu jjr 1t Idea J D OW8LEV Cashier W M Asst Cashier c=rArQ constantl Have Them TestedAt least once n cnr If your glasses have become scratch ed by frequent wiping dont endanger your eye sight byr sing them They should be changed as soon as you dont see as well as you used to through them Craig Hocker StanfordI It l1RtOfTIII Eyesbndlyfitting STHNFORD a J NABOTH 10016 1 Standard Rule 0 Record 2101 Sired by Wnlslnglmm 2160 sire of Lat itude 2171 and many others In tho list valsingham Naboths sire Is a son of George Wilkes r tn First dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroe 106 son of Ilambletonlan and sire of Elaine 22a the dam ord 231J Second dam Does sister to oIamcslIoVolliJr by flsmbletonian 10 stro of Dexter 217i Third darn sire of St Julian 211J Bodlno 210J and 15 othora that have produced 230 trotters Al byAmerlcllnHAPSBURG 5OQ Bay stallion 161 hands Gloater 26 Imported 1st damn Jolly by Wonderful Hoy 634 2nd by Preserves Ate First dam by Trinket 5 Imp b 2d dam by Champion of England CCO 3d dam by Barnabyt138NOTEYou Is a pure bred Cleveland hay English r Coach Uorso Uo a bay with black points pounds drives well gentlo and kind with lino stylo and actiondun show a mile bettor than 3 minutes Any ono wishing a very high bred coach horse to breed on Standard Bred mares for getting specu and action should sco this horse Will stand at 810 to Insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid 16 hand 1 lnh jack at elO for mares and tHIi for Mares grazed at g2 per month which in all doses must bo paid before theyJ 1 are removed Care tuken to prevent accidents btt not responsible v any occur J R BAUQHMAN Uustonvillo Ky