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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 f a 1 r SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL r tVOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 519038 A M NO 19 Greatness In Youth it Is truly amusing to see tho stub boro pertlitoocy with which those or gans that aro opposed to Governor Beckham ulll insist that be le too young for the practical details of the I governorship sod that after he hat more than demonstrated hit splendid bllltr to manage and direct the affairs of this Commonwealth sr Fortunately for Kentucky for Oov oroor Uuokbam hltniolf and for the democratlo party his defect It not con stitutional It should be a cause for J deep regret that this particular nflllo tine ofhls Is out contagious Toe Idea that wisdom cornea only ylth old ago P Is the merest moonshine philosophy What dlfferonce can It make forsooth how old a man Is It be Is poisessed of tho necessary ability andtithe ponderous burdens of his stormy life At 30 Lord CIo was conquor slog India for the British crown and I at 33 Alexander the Great gave up the ghost When but 27 Napoleon wok r command of the army of Italy and at 32 Thomas Jefferson bad written the Declaration of Independence At 11 Webster was holding bis own with such Intellectual Titans as Clay and Calhoun sod at the same age the bet essays of Mtcauley had boon written Whether to art or In literature war or statecraft commerce or Industry the great bulk of the world best work V has boon done by men for whom lifes shadows worD still falling toward the West youth boldly faces the unsolv ed enigmas of the future age Urns Its faco regretfully to the put and relics on precedent Youth stands Jor prog rest and advancement age must either stand still or keep looking behind Lsxlngton Democrat A State Of Mind In the litThere lives a lass I lovo to go N 0 5 No other Miss Can eer I Wls Behalf so dear to Me RI Is blue And her cheeks the hue Of shells where waters swash On her ptnkwbllO phiz There Nov Ariz Tho least complexion Wash La could I win The heart of Mina Id ask for nothing more But I only dream Upon the theme And Conn It oer and Ore Why Is It pray I cant Ala This lovo that makes ma 111 N Y O Wy Ito Nev Ver I Propose to her ray will rIshun tho task Twould be to ask This gentle mild to wed And so to press My suit I guess Alaska PA Instead I am afraid your friend Is not a man of much depth Do aint eh said Col Stilwell of Kentucky I want to tell you that If v that man had outside him as bo can putnl sideghed be In danger of drowning Just within liergraip t eafety but does not see it sli is looking the wroo way There man a woman struggling in a eea rose who is doing the same tiling looking the snatching at medicinalstraws when the life Dr Pierce Favorite scrlPlion is within her reach Manya woman baa I know I ehoul not be alive today but for Dr Fierce Favorite This famous medicine establishes dries weakening drains hell inflammation and and cures female weak nessWeak and sick women especially th from diseases of long 8 are invited to consult prPierce by letter All correspondence Is held strictly private and sacredly c nadentl Address Dr It V Pierce Buffalo N I take feature la wrung to let you know the I Root your Prescription lad your Fteaunt a Mn Nora Olddle RIO Hart Cogr took sent or eight bottle of tion std One or two viali of the Pelleta not otxenfor ourmedld In Ithasnbeen had b four mouths since I took the medicine I- all waa rust down bad lou of appetite could not steep at nlaht was nerroua backache blac apota on my limba and sick headache the Use I hue not had sick headache since took your medicine w Favorite Prescription makes weak strong sick women well Accept 1nowomen for the medicine which works wonders for weak women Dr pierce Pleasant Pellets cure diz slaw and sick headache t J + HUSTONVILLE James Frye bought 21 yearling steers from Arch May on of Casey county rather hurriedly while on route to Green River fishing Something was wrong and the fish did not blto that day In Groan River but Mr Fryo learned liter that the suckers bit free ly about Mr M ayes Chas Wheeler Is a delegate from the Kcal tribe of Red Men to the Grand Council of tbat order which convenes In Maysvllleon May 12 As an enter tainer and a musician he Is par ex cellence and he is down on tho pro gram to bo rendered before that august body for a tenor solo Bis first selection will be Totem or the Plea of Pocabontas which was composed by a local author and dedicated to tho Red Men of America This plecu was first rendered by Dolllo B Williams the Pocahontas of King Philip Tribe No 48 at their entertainment hero and made the bit of the season James P Harper of Salisbury N C Is spending a week with friend and relatives hero Miss Allco Buchanan of Willow Grove Is visiting Mrs C K McCluro at too college Charles O Murray of Lexington was tbo guest of George P Crow Miss Clara Cooper of Stanford was the handsome visitor of relatives hero this week Miss Ada Alcoro who Is attending Prof Thomp sons college at Paris spent several day at home Miss Anna Reid Is vis sting relatives In Louisville Mrs W D Stag of Liberty was the guest of her mother Mrs Francis Cabnll Miss Loura Llpps attended the Street Fair at Oarrodsburg Mrs G E Alford is having a tussle with thn mumps Mr and Mrs Josiah Bishop went to Crab Orchard to attend the burial of George Miller Miss Melle Hopper our high ly accomplished pianist will spend the early summer In Boston completing her musical studio A farmer rifletobe Farmers home Journal describes tbo situation at present In tbo following lines For all things come to Them that wait Though the weather Is bad And the seasons late But such a weather I never have seen As cold as blaze While the grass Is green No corn planted and No garden truck In The ground Is all ready Out frald to begin A Farmer Straightened Out flA rain living on a farm near hero came In a short time ago completely doubled Up with rheumatism I handed Lm a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Bal m and told him to use it freely and If not satisfied after using it be need not pay a cent foritBays C P Itayder of Fatten Ullls N Y A few days later ho walk ed Into the store as straight as a string and handed mo a dollar saying give me another bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I want it In the house all the time for It cured me For sale by Craig ft locker U C V REUNION New Orleans May 1022 Thus Queen b Crescent Route has mado a special low rate for the benefit of the veterans and their friends who anticipate attending tbl meeting Tickets will bo on sale Ma 1621 good returning until May 24 1003 Privilege of extension until June 16 Ask your nearest ticket agent for particulars or write W C Rlncarson GPA Robert McKcchnle sold to Bendren 675rkiss you She You patter yourself How by thinking you would let me Nob thinking you have halt a mind Brooklyn Esglo European papers announce the death IUJtarkloJto his son The young man waa lying tbid possession the vats estate In Lynn Mass 24000000 pairs of shoes were made last year In Brock Iiaverhl01Q11 e therefore turned out enough shoes to thYo Fred Dear mol This paper says foXtI folioito w get rid of It Chicago News 4 S wrltteIon an r postal card Is the feat performed by ArcoIllt I NEWS NOTES Androw Carnegies benefactions now aggregate 107112023 Three men were killed by tbo falling of a scaffold at Plttsburg New Orleans Is rapidly preparing for the reunion of Confederate veterans Denial Is given to the report that the Prince of Wales will visit the St Louis Worlds Fair The population of Ireland which 60 years ego was over 8000000 Is no lOll than 4500000 James Swine president of a bank at Atlanta and a prominent cotton brok er died In New York Two men were Instantly killed and four boys seriously scalded by a bOll r explosion at Orange La California Commandcry K T ha decided that there shall be no wine at future Templar banquets As a result of high license 718 hotel and saloonkeepers In Greater No York will go out of business Firs at West Point Va d property worth 8125000 wiping out th business section of tbo town James B Wilson of Indianapolis editor of the saloonkeepers official or goo dropped dead In bis office It stated that there will bo direct cable communication between the United States and the Philippines by July 4- The Santa Marla volcano In Guate mala Is In eruption agile and the In habitants In tho vicinity era posit strickenA recovered 120000 damages from tbo Metropolitan Street Railway Company In New York for the loss of his two feet 6742 burial permits have been Issued by the city of Lexington deco the es tablishment of the bureau of vital eta tistics In 1891 A tract of 83000 acres of ranch land hat been opened to settlement by the Doer colony scar Santa Rosalia Cbl luahua Mexico George Williamson Crawford of Birmingham Ala a Negro was one of the winners In tbe Francis Wayland prize donate at Yale W R Vice for years Pacific coast agent of the Union Pacific railroad at San Francisco Is missing and said to- oh short in his accounts In the circuit court at Lexington Col W C P Brecklnrldge was fined 130 by Judge Parker for disrespect to the court and refusing to apologize A strip of turtle heart which had ceased to contract was put by Prof Llnglo In a jar containing oxygen and Its beating was sustalnedfor three days Unreasonable weather played havoc with Georgia fruit prospects Enl matte of from ono fourth to onehalf the average crop are made by the grow ore Baron von Rhelnbidcn tbo Prussian Minister of Finance will make a six I weeks tour of the United States for the purpose of studying economic condi floes According to a Treasury statemenlof May 1 the actual amount of money In tbo United States Is 92070340033 th estimated per capita circulation bolo 12068 While their fathers were at work and their mothers were oil on a fiahln boatlocked In their homo In Louisville wore burned to death gleeya hoe blown 3214843 bottles record probably unequalled by sap one moo In the United States A verdict of not guilty was returned In the case of Birch Cooper charged with having put arsenic In the coffee In his effort to poison his grandmother Mrs Nancy Jv Birch at Louisville In the Jim Howard case 11 Juror- wero for the death penalty but on juror held out against capital punish moot and tbe others agreed to a lIfo sentence Another appeal will be token The Rev Ferdinand Walser a Cath olio priest Is In Jail at Elyrla Ohio charged with tbo murder of Miss Agatha Relchlln a sister ot the Rev Charles Relchlln of Lorain Walter declares ho Is Innocent Judge Csntrlll overruled the tnollpn for a new trial In the Jim Howard caoe Sentence was passed on tho defendant and judgment was suspended for sixty days to allow the case to be appealed Tbo prisoner was ordered totheGeorge town jail for safekeeping Three persons are dead and 28 others Injured some fatally aa the result of an explosion In a torpedo manufactur log pleat In Cleveland Wlodowe quarter of a mile away were broken b tbe shock of the explosion All but throe of tbe victims were outside the factory theyt maneuverlencampment of the Lakes in June On this account there will probably be no State en campment this year Democratic Primary Next Saturday May 9 I VOTE FORI J M Alverson of Stan thoLellslaturo popuw her of years he has been con netted with tho Interior Jour nal at Stanford and has be campaignLexIngton ofStanlorda candidate to represent Lin Lcgislas nontly fitted for tho place and woknow StatewIntoInvmaklng 0ofour country We bespeaK andhopeflora which ho so de- servesHarrodsburgllerald M ALVERSONWho was born for the Legislature and his does not want the for life REPRESENTATIVE OF LINCOLN COUNTY In Memory Of Willie Florence Willie Florence son of Mr and Mr Parllbybe carried in his hand and the remains worobrouhomo near Turnersvllle by Rev W G resttowas a fine young man popular with everybody and bis death Is the occa sion of much regret It bad been only a few short months since Mr and Mrr Florence burled their son Manley who was killed In the same way and It seems that they are having more thin their share of affliction They have much In their trouble We now trust that tbo brothers now bask In tbo sunshine of the Lord of May those who soon realize thaty their loss Is Willies and Manley eter nil gain A precious one from them Is gone A voice they loved Is stilled A place is vocant In their homo Which never can be filled God in his wisdom has recalled Tbe boon his love has given And though tbe body slum bars here Wo hope the soul is safe In heaven A FRIEND CHURCH MATTERS The Methodist church ajt Falmoutb suffered 8500 damages by fire Tbe Bell county Sunday School con ventlon will be held at Plnevllle May 12 BRev F H Baker of Jackson has accepted a call to the Baptist church at Morebead placensinger of Israel the companion and able coworker of Dwight L Moody Is said to be totally and permanently blind President Roosevelt attended deyo tlonal services Sunday at a little Moth odist church In Sharon Springs Ka sharing his hymn book with two little girls of the village aColumbusmissed by bis congregation because be claimed to have received some now bibleBwas fight among the congregation of 2000 people In the Sla JolldIIIA detachment of pollen was summon ed and the officers were compelled to lirebeforeMr Joseph Pomlnville of StlllwaUr Minn after having spent over 12000 with the best doctors for stomach trouble without relief was advised by isle drug gist Mr Alex Richard to try a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab todayIfconatlpatioo are certain to be more than pleased with tho result For sale at 25 cents per box by Craig Hock or ofYte a touch This Is the way be puts It A ThomasJenningscessful mother Is to be warmly coo aodTommention Tin very sad so oft to see A politician smart andTheWashington stare biu t i 4 j t MAlversonofStantordhas v candidate for Representative of Lincoln county Mr Alver oldkindpnrtlcuJar himself and constituency as well as one tine lawmakers of the State Should the Lie coIn people honor him with I regrethaving tho oillco be seeks they will SignalJ Alverson of the Stan ford Interior Journal has an nounced as as candidate for Representative in Lincoln Alverson besidesbeing a mighty clever- I has been a wheel ham in his party always I working with in the trenches and never asking for office before Lancaster Rec ordrJESSE not running unlike opponent office FOR r sympathy weep morningIra a gentleman Interested in a Business Suit This Spring For sterols use nothing wears bet ter than the smooth finished worst eds and wool twist cassimeres that lave jumped into favor Lots of good patterns here New Things in Negligee Shirts IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied T Da nilLLER Danville KD Sewing Mac ie Exhibit v Wheeler Si Wilson Sewing Machine Exhibit At Our Store Commencing MA YH4 TH TO MAY 9TH A Souvenir Given to Every Lady J R HASELDEN ILancaster GARDEN SEEDS r Wo have anJIMMENSE stock of garden seeds both in bulkjand package We have Burpees and Ferrys in bulK and Ferrys in pacKage Sweet Peas Nasturtian White nice pop corn and the best varieties of early corn in bulk Plenty of yellow white and hill onion sets Como early while you have full stockjlo select from Also good stock of northern seed potato earliest varieties of second crop HigginsMKinneyI STANFORD KENTUCKY I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HENRY M BOSWORTH It a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the rrl mary election May 9 1903 and solicits the suppc of aU democrats w FRANK MC KINNEY Is a candidate for the nomination for Sheriff of Un coin county subject to the acton of the Democratic tar M F NORTH Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the cI- Ioa of the petty J M ALVERSON Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep restntatlv of Lincoln County subject to the aCtion 01 be party Democratic Ticket j For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge MCSAUFLEY- For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM IF the democrats of Kentucky want to liquidate a debt and do a moat credl table thing besides let them nominate and elect Henry M Boaworth of Fay ette county for treasurer He Is an accomplished gentleman a true and tried democrat was a close friend and trusted leader of the martyred Ooebi and when anarchy was rampant at the State Capital when the fair name of the State was assailed and the repabl cans were by military despotism and assassination riding rough shod over law and coraroondecency Mr Bosworl was In Frankfort In consultation wltb the democratic leaders ready to do or die for the right And when it was learned that Caleb Powers was fleeln from the city disguised and under mil tary escort he Intercepted the train at Lexington and with his deputies marched Into It through a cordon of bayonets and In the very face of death dragged out the assassin couaplraU and Captain Davis and landed then safely In jail The brothers of Got Uoebel offered 1500 reward for tbe arrest of Powers but when they prol fered him the money Mr Bosworl declined to adept It saying he wantc nothing for doing his duty being only too glad to assist In bringing the slay en of his friend to justice Kentuck I democrats owe something to a man like this and they will be recreant to tbel duty If they fall to reward him wits the office he seeks We appeal there- foref not only to the democrats of tbll1 section but to every lover of law to assist In partially cancelling the obll gallon they are under to Mr Boswortt by going to the poles next Saturday and casting their votes for him FOR many years Illinois has had a law that not over 15000 could be recov ered in damages for the destruction 01 a human life The present Leglslitun has raised the limit to 110000 Most States have the Juries to assess the damages based on the earning capacity of the deceased and that seems the il more reasonable manner of reaching j the proper amount i UREY WOODSON has flooded this 1county with his PaducahNews Dam ocrat Gov Beckham ugly names 1andmaking salty charges against the l young executive Ureya services as Committeeman could be east flNatlonar with just now and If he resign his job he should be forced to J THAT Mr N B Hayes made votes t here by his speech of two weeks ago le t iveryevident He put our people to 1thlnklng and many of them will remem at the polls Saturday next Mr Hayes Is a good lawyer and hast t the ability to make Kentucky an At f t torney of General that she will bo proud t JOHN B CHENAULT ought to carry A Lincoln county for auditor without a dissenting vote He Is well known and well liked by many of our citizens Is a f district man a life long democrat and t fine gentleman He Is In every way worthy of your support and Is splendid 1lyfitted for the once he seeks r STATISTICS prepared by the Inter state Commerce Commissioner show that during the last year 938 persons were killed In railroad wrecks In the United States and 11873 were Injured The claim department is becoming one of the most Important features of the railway serviceD- EMOCRATS go to the polls Saturday t and help nominate a ticket that will be j Invincible In November Vote for the strongest and best men and dont forget to distribute the ticket as much as pos Bible It Is very important thatall sec tions of the State be recognized FUGITIVE TAYLOR declares that the conviction of Howard was an awful crime He no doubt realizes that be to swing for Gov Goebela mar der himself THE Louisville Poet Is said to ba a money loser The object of its exist r once is a greater oo er than ever J POLITICAL A T Slier got Rockcattlei IDltruc tlons for railroad commissioner The Republican State Central Committee will meet in LouUvllfo May H to fix a date for State conventlc which will be hold about June 18 A substitute for the Aldrich Financial bill Is said to have been drawn up last week at a conference of repul can Senators at Hot Springs Ark Reports from the Republican primary In the 26 judicial district Indicate the renoralnatlou of Circuit Judge M J Moss by about 1500 votes over J Grant ForresterYes Is useless to deny tbat tbe republicans have a chance In entucky this fall The same chance that a moneylees man has at a church fair Glasgow Times Secretary Haly of the Democrat State Executive Committee Saturday completed the shipment of tho baUoLa to be used In the HOcountleo of the State at tho Democratic primary on May 0- Neither Cleveland nor Hill Is available presidential timber according to Representative A S Burleson of Tex as Gorman and Parker are both well liked he says because they are red ular democrats George T Fry a Memphis newspi per correspondent has laid before Gov Frazier charges of gross corruptk during the recent session of the Ten nessee Legislature Gov Frazier saYI the grand jury Is the proper place for InvestigationThere In the report that Capt Hedger has withdrawn from th- race for Commissioner of Agrlcultur The fact that the report Is circulated Ie iufficlentevldence to his friends thatb has the race fairly won Hie friend claim that bo will carry seven out of the eleven congressional districts The Republicans of the Third railroad district will meet In district coo rentlon at Paris tomorrow to nominal a candidate for Railroad Commissions to succeed John C Wood County conI rentlons were held Saturday in the 48 counties of the districts There Is a blltI lot of candidates and the convention Ia expected to be lively from start to finish The democratic party Is In goof Nape all over the country aald Senator McCreary to the Courier Journal The nominee for president should bi a man who can get the support of all democrats There are at leas two cob men Judge Parker of New I York and Senator Gorman of Mary land I found out before leaving Wash igion that these men were more wide ly discussed for the nomination than other and It Is the general opinion tbat either of them can be elected Ii amlnaied The platform should deal wltb main and live Issues It should entlon tariff reform destruction oi tbe trusts reduction of expenditures aad economic management of affairs Much money has been wasted by the ivernment ana if the people are properly informed about It they will rebuke the party that is responsible at the polls THIS AND THAT A Paterson N J man has been fouDd to have two hearts The Whitley News Is the name of anew paper at Wllllamsburg Bishop John F Hurst of the Metho diet Episcopal church died at his home InWashingtonMrs Hall Ayres wife of Mott yres wellknown Western Kentucky editOr died Sunday at Fulton It Is possible that the case of Caleb Powers will be tried at a special term of court to be held during July and AuuetTbe house of Mrs Mollle Tackett in orehead was set on fire by Incendiaries and Mrs Tackett barely escap ed with her life Kentucky chapters of the Kings Daughters will meet in annual convJn- tlon at Shelbyville next week be ln- alnll Wednesday The grand jury has returned indict mente against four attendants of the Lakeland Asylum Prosecution should be speedy and thorough D M Clemson of the Carnegie Steel impanyhas purchased Hlghmount the Plttsburg home of C M Schwab president of the United States Steel CorporatIon The purchase price was 12DB000 William Carmody a regular army prlvate whose home was at Mt Ster IIn was killed by a street car at St- Louie whore he bad gone with his reg- Iment to attend the worlds fair dedlca tlon ceremonies The supreme court of Missouri has ordered the discharge of Edwin L- Page tho newspaper man found with a 11000 bill In his possession The pro sumptlon of accident was too strong to be successfully combatted Louisville Times Burglars made an unsuccessful at at poetoMeeGrayson es of nitroglycerine which aroused eev- eral citizens The robbers fled on a- baDd car stopping at Leon three miles away long enough to rob the storo of- Kltchen Son of 170 In cash While about 1500 Poles were waiting alonlt the tracks at Detroit to get on- board a Lake Shore excursion train wblch was to carry them to their home In Toledo a fut passenger train on the Grand Trunk railway ran into the persond V T IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES It the Lawrenceburg publication has suspended M M Barnolt once county Judgo of Laurel Is dead- Anderson Corley oldest citizen Lebanon is dead Albert Sheppard was given fuur years for breaking Into the L Ss N depot at Fort Estlll Madison county James Hughes a young man of Knox county was shot and probably fataHv wounded bv his cousin James Hugh J O Baughman has sold to the KeD lucky Supply Co at Danville eeven Perchoron horses at 340 to 1 100 a pair The Maysvlllo fair grounds with 1m prorcmenls were sold to A 0 Spabr for 810000 They cost originally SlO 000 Den McFarland of Laurel county a soldier stationed at Ft Thomas attempted to escape from the guards and was shot and seriously wounded The Manchester Bank with 116000 capital has been Incorporated Dr I S Manning will be president S lI Kash vice president and John Raw lings cashier Henry Brown and William Roe school trustees havo been indicted by the grand jury of Knox county on tbe charge of telling a school to William Gibson a teacher The strike of section hands on the Cincinnati Southern railroad extend log from Somerset to Chattanooga Is a lerlous matter and has greatly hand capped the railroad company as tbey Save been unable to get men to take the place of the 200 men who are out OD the strike to repair the tracks aad coal engines Three largo barns belonging to R G Evan of Danville were burned due ng a violent windstorm A quantlt or farming Implements and feed with 1000 pounds of hemp seed tbat hat net been stored was also destroyed W F Delong lost about 8300 worth of hemp seed The total loss to Mr Evani will probably be about 84000 with Insurance of 8600 while that of Mr Do 10DIt will be In the neighborhood of 81 00 The Ore was caused by an cm bye on the place stepping on a match In some dry hay MATRIMONIAL The marriage of Congressman Stanley and Miss Sue Soaper took place at endersoo W O Nelson and Miss Merrlal Cue ogham of Mercer county were married at Lawrenceburg W S Haggard and Miss Louise Ya- den of Rockcastle were married al roaohersvllle Sunday After 38 years of married life Ex Mayor Thomas J Barnett of Kotiulb has applied for divorce The youngest married couple In the United State Is said who Mr and Mrs bomas Banner of Palmore aged re eclfully 13 and 11 With the bridal party at the attar Rev Dr James L Gorton refused to marry a fashionable couple In Hartford Conn because the ptospecilvi groom was a divorced man Episcopalian clergymen In the Unl ted States pronounce the marriage of anderbllt and Mrs Rutherford In inland a very grave scandal but declare the Church of England had noth Ing to do with It A feature of the Harrodsburg street fair was the marriage of J G Connors aDd Miss Anna Ruth Clarldy They were married by County Judge Roach wblle standing on a spiral tower In the presence of several thousand persona In a Ilgh In Jefferson countv Thorn al Bishop a truck farmer was Ihot- and killed by William Cundlff his nephew and Luther Hart was probably fatally stabbed by Bud Cundlff At White Plains Hopkins county W F Cardinal was shot and killed by Town Marshal F O Allison while re thug arrest A posse at Lagrango raided a blind tiger capturing a stock of whisky and a gambling outfit and making several restsL Wnhrle was Lined 8150 and Itlv- en a jail sentence of 20 days for run nlnlr a blind tiger at Lagrange John Ndrwood a patient In the In- eane asylum at Hopklnsvllle committed suicide by hanging When you want a pleasant physic try amberlaina Stomach and Liver Tab lete They are easy to take and pleasant In effect For sale by Craig sit Hocker NOTICE FARMERSrllubert Carpenter Agent for the Brown Wire Fence The cheapest best strongest most durible pig tight bull strong mule high will sell high or low fence or will sell by the roll single wires various sixes wires to suit Also dealer In the finest and test Plymouth Rock chickens and eggs Do not pass ne byAm here to do business For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell omce N W Oar Myers Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one bestThe Equitable strongest in the world Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity sit Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness THE GRAND LEADER i11 I Figure Beauty- Secured t t I iWta Dy The t FashionHip Model J of the Perfect linei Fabrf aI We have a full line of this celebrated Corset at 8100 Short Straight Front Cnntlll Corset tSo NOTIONSN- ow Shell Hair Pins the 25o kind 15c Back Combs at 10 15 and 25c Shirt Waist Poarls go at 25 35 and 60o sot Ladles knco length Ribbed Drawers 2fa Ladles Drop Stitch Hose the 25e kInd 150 M LEVY CO Prora S B r BLACK HAWK JR Ii tired bY Illick hawk No 1 IS hand high black with mealy points good boal and length and one of the finest style Jack ou ever saw Will make the season at book Springs farm eve miles East of Stan ford at IT to Insure a living colt and mona due when colt li foaled or mare parted with JOHN O KERR Public Sale having decided to locate In the West I will offer for tale to the bt best bidder on SATURDAY MAY 18 10M house and lot containing ten acre 1 mile from Ilnttonvtlle on ustonviUe sot nradfordtvllle Eleven room house conveniently arranged ctttern and well near the door barn and all necessary outbuildings new Will alto tell a t bone waltOn comparatively new and household aoc1 tare MRS ELLA S ROSE MILLINERY PJcaso cull and set our complete line of Ladies Misses and Childrens hats in roar of post office building MRS G SINGLETON The Combined Stalion DUKE of RICHMOND War make the season of too at my farm one nil south of McKinney on HcKinneyMt Salera pas at the low price of IS to Insure living colt Money hue when colt Is foaled When mate Is traJoJ Insurance Is forfeited and In all caw money li due DESCRIPTION AND PrDtORtR ThreeyeartoU lark bay 16 14 hands high a one with tesl of style and action drives and rides nicely lie wu Ire by Tom Covington sego he by Limber Jim Standard and relale1 nt dam by General nuke tnd dam by Warren IIams Denmar 3rd dam OU Crockett NOTETom Covlngton It a combined hone with ecordofset4trlsletqhis dam was by Ken ucky Chief end dam Parson AbiaHati Genera Duke had record In sett of she was by 1Jm Lexington ty Old Lexington The dam of EmDys Lexington was el1myra by imported Monarch You see this Is as well bred as In the county- At the time time and poets the good mule Jack Jim Porter at the same terms He Is as null lack as there Is In the county I have botyearend nJsuckllne colts to show you so you see there Iti no ilsk In breeding to this Jack R S SCUDDCR AUKInney Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Eatello 4301 Sired by llcaill Oolddntt 4400 by Oolddutt lee by Vermont Morgan dam by Zllcadl an Imp Arabian stallion honey Oolddusta dam Inrcnce by Golden Mlngo Quiet a son of lotts Morgan descending from Justin Morgan making him an Intensely Inbred Morgan stallion the best family of road horses nown Doney Golddust is a dark bay full III hands and weight 1200 pounds A prove- n and uniform breeder of high class and Eastern horses combining all the qual ties for harness and saddle and are In de nand at Will make the present eaton for approved marts at my farm 21f tiles from at 120 to insure a llv ngcot Money due when colt comes or sare parted wi- thQUASI 2127I- n French Coach Horse Stud Rook of America also la Ropubll laocolao tarns Natlonauz No 15683 gimp by M II Ichner sir Co la 1898 Winner of lint at the National Universal Exposition at arts France In 180798 competing with G- OttaUtoollind unbeaten In America Color I baYlmlllltar black points 18 f hand- dgb weighs 1350 pounds Ponesaln 3th speed and action hit colts are breed raking large rangy uniform in color and torm with unusual step and action Will make the present season at my farm Delr Stanford al 110 the season Money due when service rendered or 115 for a living col Money due when colt comes or maro arted with Mares kept at ftOc per week on grass The beat of attention given no responsibility for accidents or escapes NVo havo just received from the eel brated Paragon Shirt Waist factor a largo lint of White and Colorci Shirt Wallts also afull line of Ladles Wash Suits perfect fitting garments A Fine India Linen White Waist 50c White India Linen Waist colored Polka Dots uSe Very Fine Whltt Oxford Waist very stylish 125 Mer corked Oxford Wnlst whlto or colors 1G India Litton Waist New widolband trimmed Monte Carlo front 3260 India Linen Saitolegnntly made 260 es00 9400 and WOO each Wo have recently added to our do parUncnt u full and complete line or Ladies Mtntlln Dndorvrear n few ape dak for a tnrtori- LalliMI Muslin Gowns nicely made 48 cents Muslin Gowns Hamburg trimmed 74 cents Ladles Corset Covers well made 15 tents Ladles Corset Covers trimmed 25e Ladles Corset Covers trimmed Vn splendid mode Skirt Hamburg trimmed 48t SPECIALS 20 dozen dens Fine f100 Shirt goat 50 cent- aSpecial Prices on- Mens Clothing Dont buy your SUIT until you IC- Oours wo have tho right kind EXTRA SPECIAL 1000 yards 10 ineh wide Hamburg worth 3fe yard long an lasts goes at lOo yard in order for as many to sharp In bargain at loxxlble we limit 10 yards to eaoh customer sot II Public told farm I will to the on the I 4 4 cows with 19 3 and pigs house hold and 20 barrels 23 2 1 key tog all In Iy new In a new hinder Sale to commence at 0 a at my farm from made known on of tale A1 OEO W A Great Dollar SKirt K you to exchange a duller fr one of these Sorosls Petti oats youll ret the greatwt tVlrt value that your money ever bought In the tint puce the material Uof better quality ynu auLd- searreiy espest In a skirt at this figure And then It U elegantly j trimmed with a wry ireI flounce r snit nat ruffle l Hut the but point Nut thin It the way that It I made Every seam It tnpp and there art n fur the d1 r InhooClryoke make rSlrtEto rder ment Its Jrl only 8100 carITho best f100 Underklrtm do dust proof ruflles best of Mercerized Sateen Bettor ono nt 82 and 83 See this lino before you buyrCBOSSETT SHOES A full line of A CHOS 1BultWe can give you choice of Pat Kid Pat or Velour Vksl KM or Box f The Shoo that flu the oyo and + l tbo foot THE GRAND LEADER Ie B LEVYMnnnpor a vo While you nro figuring on denning figure wit- hWittiersfornitoreCo Wliere the host goxls nrc fClIrod at the lowest prices in New Mattings Carpets Etc arc second to none in Central Kentucky l RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices Tho 17 kind will go nt 1425 Tho 25 kind go nt 2125 Tho 30 kind go at2475Tho 836 kind go nt306OTh-o810 kind go nt 43476rTho 50 kind will go at You hMO never had such an opportunity presented to you BO now is your chance rill stoves will ho up in your kitchen and guaranteed r CEO H FARRIS a COs I For GR aCer see fj W t4J1 J Having my sell highest bidder following property horses young sheep lambs sows farming Implements kitchen furniture corn bushels wheat bugles ml farm implements good repair and near interest oclock m IK mites Lancaster Terms day Bourne Auctr EVANS decide than garmrnt made very elW LEWIS Colt Calf house se Our the will will will will before Stanford Ivy t suitable WEDDING Anti Ll7W1TI presents MUELLER Jeweler Stanfordi 1yI Sale 1003R There is no Difficulty 1 At my place In satisfying all- domSade i of those who seek fItygrade Coffee at COST and proportionEverything perfectly clean See me and save money Hat more and I pay less J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main 8u Stanford Kyi WOOL WflNTED I r I will pay the highest mar ket price for 60000 pounds of Wool Call and get sacks r J H BOONE Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot St1 It Stanford Ky r- J s HE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KyMAY b 1003 In filling your prescriptions wo uso the right medicines In the exact tions and with proper caro We could not do better If yon us double the price which It always roasonablo Pen nye Druz Storo PERSONALS Dn P P MYHAND wool to Lexlnjr ton Friday JOHN H WONER has bad a weeks tuialo with grip MR W M KANONE of Lancaster was here Sunday MR BHELHY TiuuitLB spent Satur day at Richmond JOHN F ENULEMAN has had a sovero tutilo with mumps PROP J W DAVIS of Mlddlcburfr was hero Saturday I MR AND MRS EOOARTKR wont tO jLouliylllo Saturday Miss SALLIE DCDDERAR has boon very Illi but Is tome bettor MRS JOHN DOWNEK and children are visiting at Mt Sterling DR O D FALLIS and wife of Hue tonvlllo were hero Saturday TIM PENNINOTON Is at homo from the Loulivlllo Dental College MR W O WALKER spent Sunday with tbo homofolks In Qarrard EDITOR ALimtOHT of the Mt Vernon Signal war hero yesterday MR K O LKACH ot Ludlow It with Mlle father In the Arabia section Miss DOT CAMN1TJ5 of nuitonvllloi was the guest of Miss Sadie Slagg MRS ED WILKINSON spent several days with relatives at Junction City MR JAMES MiLUURK of Perryvlllo ipent Sunday with hit children hero MRS EDNA HERROD of Louisville It with her father Mr W S Warren MRS CLKO BROWN spent Saturday b In Loultvllle buYlog summer millinery- T DAYS orders hit paper changed from Crab Orchard to Bozeman Mont MRS O M TIIQMPSON of Louts Title It with her brother Col W G WelchMRS JCDITII CHBSTNUT of Rock cattle It with her daughter Mn W I fettle MR CHARLES FRABA of Richmond spool Sunday with Mr Shelby Trlbble of this oRIce Miss LETTIE HELM returned homo yesterday after a protracted stay In Wood lord county MR JOHN L ALVERSON of Wash Ington City It hero with hit brother Mr J M Alvertoo MR AND MRS n M BALLOU and W Mrs IV E McRobertt of Lancaster Tutcrdayl of the PreanhoriTlllo section has boon very 111 but It Improving l DR J O CARPENTER left yesterday for New Orleans to attend the Nation al Medical Association Mit J n DAUQHMAN and wlfo loft yesterday for a trip to Loulirllle In t dlanapollt and other point MESSRS GEORGE W SMiruof Wal laceton and John Uunter of Crab Or chard paid this office a call yesterday SATURDAYS Courier Journal con tamed a splendid picture of handsome Mlu Ella May Saunders of this place JUDGE R G WILLIAMS of Coving too bat formed a law parnerthlp with Judge Pence a wellknown attorney of that cltyIMIss ANNA COOK of Stanford who hat been tbo guest of Mlu Kay SaUce has returned home Qarrodtburg Democrat MRS JAMES P THOMPSON and nephew Carroll Leslie Stcphenion arc visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Milt Warren MESSRS HAYS DELM AND SAW DERS found fishing good at Livingston j but It they brought homo any fish they bavo not bad thorn on exhibition GEOROE B DUNN who hat been with tbo McKinney Roller Mills for tome time lies taken a position In tbo freight omen of the B S 0 railroad at Burntldo Miss SALLIE STONE PINKERTON chaperoned a gay party of school girls to JOlla Traylor Dlx River Roller Mills Saturday whore the day was pont In fishing MESSRS W O SPEED of this place George D Wcathorford of Huston vlllo and James L Baker of Hunts vlllo Tenn wont to Loultvlllo Frid- ayL to tee the Derby MR CEO B HARRIS went up to Livingston yesterday to assist In the train dispatchers ol1lco Mr J M I Now Hope is working night I heroin his stead OVER In Lincoln county Jesse Alver ton Is making a strong light for the democratic nomination for representa His friends bore with him euc JournalIMESSRS Charles Koianiieln Ed Wilkinson Mlko Pen ny JT Wilkinson and Miss Minnie Fred took advantage of the excursion to Cincinnati Letter OBannon also wentMiss MYRTLE BRITTON will repre sent Harrodiburg 10 the 10th Annual Elocutionary here Juno lUlh Female College Walkersinresented Miss Myra D the 10th Annual Contest here Juno 10 of Morrow will be LIMYeuAlclently Springs S A bought II building lot of Rule AMburet on Vernon Avenue and will build a for occupancy niceotheraand fatherSomerm Journal L LOCALS WANTED to borrow 81000 on good real estate This office MR J O CORMINY Is making good headway on his pretty cottage on Lo gan Avo experleoce not uio anything but the beet Write for prices W J Raman Lancaster Fon RETStorcroamon Lances tor street and law offices formerly occupied by W A Tribble Apply at this offlco or write to W P Walton Lexington 4t IT took only one insertion of the threelino local to tell tbo pony and cart advertlmd by Ju3go J C Hemp bill of Lancaster Mr Thomas Met calf went over Friday and bougbt the rig IK you aro a democrat no questions will be asked you at the polls Saturday next and you will be welcomed to your booth to Indulgoln the right of suffrage Dont fall to help nominate a ticket that will sweep tbo State next November HOUSE DuRNEn Holtz claws dwelling In the East End burned Thursday together with a greater portion of itt contents A defective flue in the kitchen did the work Mr Holtzolaw had no insurance and the lost fails heavily on him a iNOTICE There be annual election of officer and directors of Crab Orchard Fair and Racing MayI elation at Crab Orchard Tuctday 6 The noteholders are requested to bo present or by proxy Election 2 oclock 1 M A W Buchanan see I R H Bronaugb pros 2t HKLD FOR ATTEMPTED RAPE Joe Anderson a Mt Salem Negro was tried hero Saturday for attempted rape Tbo assault was on a little nlnoycar ojd colored girl He was hold over to circuit court without ball Tbo charge U a very serious one and Andersons life may pay the penalty Tile graded school will have five graduates this year at follows Misses Sara Baughman Joiepblno Warren Mario Mabony Blanch Vandovoer and Mr Charlie Sautley The graduating exercises will occur at the Christian church June fi and the sermon to the graduates at the Presbyterian church on the 7th MIss hasone of the princI- pal teachers of the college of music of Cincinnati Frederick Josef Hoffmann to give her annual concert at Walton Opera House Tuesday evening June 2 Mr Hoffmann was for years a proml noel pupil of Albino Garno and took all the honors tbo college of music had to bestow Later ho studied In Ylena and has a certificate at a piano artist from Lcicbctlzky who has been the teacher of Sllvlntkl Hambourg Pad erewtki and other modern piano artists THE ballots in the State primary will be at follows and the names in the or der given Governor J C W Deck bam Lieutenant Governor W P Thome Abram Renlck Auditor S W lager John B Chonault Treasurer Henry M Boswortb Josh Grlflltb Gus Richardson Secretary of State II V McChciney Attorney General Ira Jullac N B Hays J Wlllard Mitch ell Charles Carroll Superintendent of Public Instruction Chat E Sugg DOD Watt Jat H Fuqua Sr J J Wat klnt T N Arnold Commissioner of Agriculture T T Hedger J M Fra MO Hubert Vreeland Clerk Court of Appeals J Morgan Chine Robt L Greene WHY are you to warm for Bosworth for State treasurer asked a gentleman of ut the other day It was no trouble to answer the question First place no man In Fayctto county has boon to true a friend to our brother Mr W P Walton as has this iplen did gentleman Ho has stuck to him through thick and thin WAS a friend In hit adversity at ho It now In his sue cess and has always by word and deed done all that he could to further tbo interacts of both the Democrat and its editor Secondly he Is a working dem ocrat who has given liberally of his time and means to his party and last but not least ho was one of the lament ed Goobols most trusted friends and lieutenants Remember him Saturday Tim Leglilallyo race In this county Is waxing warm as tho primary of Saturday next draws near Both Messrs Alverson and North aro beating the bushes for votes and they will keep it up until the last hour The INTERIOR JOURNAL doesnt think It judicious to espouse the cause of either gentleman through lit columns at both are tried and true democrats Itt editor bow over will vote for Mr Alvcrton with whom ho has been closely associated for the last decade and for whom he has the warmest friendship He hat always supported Mr North and yet has the kindest feelings for him and should be bo the nominee no voter in tho county will more cheerfully assist him In carrying his banner to victory when the Idea of November come It Is a case of choosing between men and there never was a time when the writer hesitated to do that or was atham tdof hit choice FEED oats for tale by Carton d Ponce a I THE graded schoolboys defeated the hill nine 20 to 0 at bate ball Friday PM WARE the McKlnney mer chant Wants your wool at the highest market price WOOLWe will a paythe highest price for wool Call and get sacks now Carton k Pone ehhaave a lot of twine strings which farmers can get by calling at this oillce MRS Saftru of RocUcaitlo was declared insane and was taken to the asylum Saturday TUB delinquents list1002will be sold at public auction In front of tbo court bouto on Monday May 11 1003 county court day AT the graded school election Satur day Col W G Welch and Mr H J McRoberu were ro elected trustees I without opposition I WANTED 200 old buggies curries and phaetons to paint and repair All work firstclass Prices low Write us W J Romans Lancaster DEATUJacob Battyar died at Ot tenbelm of consumption Sunday and the burial will occur today A wife and three children survive WE have Just purchased ono of the I finest and beet machines In Central Kentucky for putting on rubber tires I w J Roman Lancaster WE will close down a few weeks about the 20th Inst to generally repair our mill Please bring ui your grain before that time that wo may grind it for you J H Baughman A Co a INSTITUTES Supt Garland Singleton tells ut that the Institute for whlto teachers will be held hero commencing on the tint Monday In July Proof Rico S Eubank will conduct It Trim for cOlored teachers will be held tbo week previous by Prof Williams of Covlngton I THE DERDYJudgeDimes an out elder won tbo Derby Saturday with Early the hot favorite second and Bourbon third The time was 200 being slow for the day and track The Picket trained by Carroll Reid took cold Thursday and did not start Know ing once thought bo could have won the race if hit condition bad been good ALL democrats are urged to partic ipate In the primary of next Saturday There will be no challengers but on the contrary democrats of all shades are Invited to return to the fold and take part Farmers may bo busy but they can spare an hour or to to help along a good cause We trust that the prediction that there will be less than 1000 votes polled In the county will prove far from right TUE ballot in tho Leglilailve race It I a small one Following li a fao simile of it For Representative J M ALVEUSOX 0M F NORTH 0 DWE areconfidentthatthe people generally have no Idea of the amount of business that pastes through the auditors oflce It Is the work shop of the State A good auditor Is as Impor Cant at a good governor If not more to Ho hat more work than all of the other officer put together Any of the others might be dispensed with but without the auditor the States business would be in hopeless confusion The man eminently qualified to fill thus ofllco Is John B Chenault We vouch for his energy vigilance and trustworthiness The auditor It charged with tbo en forcement of the laws in regard to all kinds of insurance Information upon which to base the por capita for com mon schools must como from him Ho Is by virtue of his oUlce secretary of the board of sinking fund commissioners who have charge of the fund proper tv estates revenues and Incomes be longing to the Stale Ho Is cxoMoIo a member of the board of equalization and cbalrman of tho board of assess ment ond valuation which board fixes the value of all corporate franchises In eluding railroads distilleries bank and trust companies and the Legisla turn acts principally on his judgment in fixing the State levy In addition every sheriff In the State must settle with him for Stato revenue all fines forfeitures licenses taxes and tees due the State mutt bo properly accounted for to him All of the Stato funds must be accurately entered and disbursed by him These are but a few of his duties In fact It la his duty to watch ovary of ficer In the State which is enough to run a man crazy A good auditor lea great aid in making a good adminis tration which we all want Vote lor Chenault he Is our neighbor a good one He hasbeen connected with the auditors otUce for the past three years and Is thoroughly schooled in the du ties and laws pertaining to the office Remember that a good auditor it 75 per cent of a good administration- S FAYETTE GAINES 13yearold son of John Gaines who lives on George Ran klnt farm died of whooping cough yet terday THERE will be aeetogof the hop club at the courthouse Thursday eve clog al 730 A full attendance It re quested hJames B Marcum one of the most Keotuekywalcourt house at Jackson The Identity of the murderer is unknown mulesWWOOL WANTED theIdghestwant your wool E McCORUAOK 80N- Uutonvilio Kv For Sale Fifty secondhand sewing machines In upIStanford Ky A t3 PRICEl- dnrgeon Dentist Stanford Ky Olloeonp OwelerFailing DR P We Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kontucky Offlco In Myers House Flats R A JONES DENTIST 1 StanfordKy Offlc over Iligglna dr McElnnoyt Store Telephone No 0- 1NOTICE I It you think of building or repairing we can save you money on your material All kinds ot heavy or light framing any length beveled oplar floor hardwood ceilings eatings bote or cornice boards veranda paste and brackets bored and plastererslathesor chestnut Write for prices HUMPIIKBV BROS Hartwell Kr PUBLIC SALE I laving decided to engage In other bull ness I will onFRIDAY MAY 15 At McKlnney Ky sell to the highest bId- der my livery table and blacksmith shop Contents of stable as follows Several head of horses some of which are good sale hone two drummer wagons one good as new four buggies two almost as good as new one surrey good as new one break cart one twohorse road wagon with body four seta double hares five sets buggy harness rug tools etc one AA harrow one extra good milk cow Sale begins at 0 oclock Terms made known on day of sale JOHN COULTER PRESTON 922Vol 11 highOneIII RED BY VriglllMlTOH SI 1 dam Belle Rhodorlck 104 2 dam by Denmark Belle the dam of Preston was a noted show mare It Is needless to commend him as he Is one of the finest show horses In Kentucky His cotta are coming to the pricesPreston to in sure living colt Will keep mares on grass at ft a month W B BURTON Lancaster Ky Gilt Edge Jr SADDLE STALLION Dark bay ICJf hinds high has proven himself a breeder of IIntclaulddle horses He was sired by Gilt Edge he by On Time Flat dam by Dennys Drennon 2nd dam by OnstotU Telegraph better known as the Ballard horse OUt Edge Jr will make the season of 1003 at my stable one mile from Preachersrllle on the Prcachersvtlle and Stanford pike at 1800 to insure a living colt D M ANDERSON Preuchoravllle Ky NABOTH JR Nnboth Is a beautiful dark bay with heavy mane and tall with good bone plenty of style and finish and has extreme high action and if worked would step as fast as old Nnboth his sire lie is over 16 bands high weighs 1125 pounds and only 4y an old this May He is by the wellknown Nabotn First dam by Messenger Chief Jr second dam br Orlt Davis third dam Thoroughbred Naboth will make the season of 1003 at our stable In Stanford at the low price of 81 J SO to Insure a living colt Money duo when colt is foalc or mare parted with Mares traded or removed from this county forfeits the Insurance and the money Is one J R BEAZLKV Stanford Ky NOTICE As I need the space for other goods I will sell for 10 days cheaper than you can pricesbwsSOO pairs meus pants ft 00 pants for 3 00 S 00 pants for 2 00 S SO pants for 1 75 2 00 Pants for 150150 pants for 110100 for 7Sc for SOC SO mens 12 00 suits all- woollutlmer goods for fl 00 1000 suits for ft 00 S 00 suits for 3 25 4 00 tufts for 2 SO 30 Boys suits 2 25 suits for 150175 suits for 123125 suits for 730 Ladles 2 SO drew skirts for 1 75 1 75 skirts for 1 SO and 1 00 glalChamfor 8c lOc lawns for 7c 7Ko Pongee Silks for SSc All American blue and red prints at 4Ho SOO pairs Mens and Womens Shoes 52 SO Ladles shoes for 2 00 2 25 ladles shoes for I 75 2 00 ladles shoes for I SO I 50 ladles shoes for I 25 1 25 ladles shoes for I 00 1 00 ladles shoes for 75c Mens shoes from DOc perpatrDoysin proportion prices are for Cash or ProduceW Turnersnllle Ky J Clothing Pointers Quality Fit and Workmanship Should bo noticed closely before a Suit is pur chased All these points are important See that the coat fronts are wellstiffened so that theyi4will set well on the chest and not wrinkle hack thiskeeps the lapels up in place whether the coat is buttuncd or unbuttoned Tim collars should IK put on by hand Tho button holes should bo worked by hand Our largo stock of Perfect Fit ting Clothing have all those points of superiority AVe tire the only dealers in Stanford soiling Cloth ing made with PATENT SllAPP RETAINING COAT FRONTS Our values are the best our fits arc perfect See our largo assortment of pat terns Cummins S McClary THE PEMBROKE SLS A Ribbon Bargain A Good Thing For You Wo place on sale today 1000 yards all Silk Taffeta Ribbons in Black White Pink Red Blue Nile Noise Green and Navy three to tour inches wide as long as they last nt tho round price of ONLY tOe PER YARD usual price 15 to 25c but by buying n large quantity we can make this low price SEVERANCE SON CLOTHINGA Select Line of Suits for Men Boys and Children Also n Splendid Line of TItOUSLRSall Manufactured by tho very best manufacturers in the country Call and see our stock W E PERKINS Crab 1KyW McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALLPAPER Best Ready Mixed PINT for any Purpose J i w JOURNALIMnlered n the pottoffice at Stanford at ttondClatt matte- rblSahaaTaestSOy ewdlSrielop AT 21 PERYEAR CASH av VThencot loptldmaOO will beehargtd 0 KNOXVillE DIVISION 14 TraIn coins North 1146 am 026It It rit 2110 m 0111It SOIlh1217m02- S It pm FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied by Wm EcTornnco Will rent tor one or more years J B OW8LEY Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard line ot Groceries and callsprlcealUg line of Dry nishing Goods Etc Just added to my Stock THE Joseph Price Infirmary b all the year for the treatment ot surgical and chronic diseases and tor con lultutlon Hoard and shall be crib in advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bUll due when services are rendered and must va paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Feed Sale Stable Liberty Kyt Drummers RIgs a specialty sold Grade Feed Horea and Mules horses receive personal Attention T agJor icet I DEARTHS IH Wbisku Brandu Wines Beer Etc Carpenter Oloteto DepotSTANFORD KYI attention Nothing but the bee I anJPronpt polite Iorders receive to drink n cr telegraph prompt attention I J D Wearer Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New the largest In the world Assets 18710G35 1 Surplus IS regards holders in94360869 property Casey Garrard coin counties Phone 21 I lB Mahony Insurance fluent Stanford Kentucky Insurance floent Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but the larg est and best companies rep resented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J B Beailev Livery Stable i Mrs Laura S Webb YlrePrvAldent Woman Demo L cmtlo Club ol Xormern Ohio 1 dreaded the change of life which wu faIt approaching noUced Wins of to trY a bot Uc experienced tome relief the tint month to 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 passed the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian do not wear off- Tboyfollow awoman to thechange not wait but take Wine of Cardal now and avoid the trou ble Wino of Cardul never fails to benefit a sulfeingwoman of any acre Wine Mrs Webb when who was in dan ger When come to the change Ufo Mr Webb letter mean Bore to you than it does now Dat you now avoid the endured ecU ifCottlea of Wins of Ca- rdINEoFCARDUI r trt H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive u a Call J Le Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO BI1ZJUI IB FurnlturclIIatUngsRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds ol Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ JYJcG f Y UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Doaloar In HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford Ky DR EENNE- RSKIDNEY an- dBackache REBladder Dont become discouraged There ii cure for you If necessary write Ur Iennr lie bas spent a life time curing Just cue cases 03 your All consultations Your Kidney and Backache Cure ba cured two very bad cases among our custo inert the past year whom the doctors bad given up J1 STILL d CO Woodland la Druggists Hte tl Ask for Cook Book Frei STVITUSDANCEFennerrFreed alaND STANFORD GREENHOUSE EVERGREENSBalaam Fir American Spruco Arbor vitas MagnoliasF- loral on short notice BeUdlni and Vegetable Plants of all kinds In season Phone 29rIng 3- EAGLE BIRD The winner of the 1500 saddle stake at Lexington also the winner ot the sweep- stake at Lexington and winner of the second premium at Eagle Dlrd was sired br Eagle winner o more than 40 ties lit dam by Star Eagle son of Oabbella Lexington 2nd dam by Hamlet Denmark by Harris Den marks 4th dam by son of Imp Albion NOTE Eagle Bird as a show stallion or a a breeder of hlgh clau bones is unsurpas ed Ills colts are ID demand and sri selllu for the highest prices Eagle Bird will mIke the present season at Cooks stabli I the barber of Stanford at the low price of 110 to insure a living colt Mares traded or parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits the and money be comes due at the time of such transaction For further paitlculars call on John Cook Stanford Ky WOODS BROS KING EAGLE King Eagle U 15 hands 3 Inches high dark bay goes all the gaits with plenty ol style and action by Royal King- 1tdam Eagle Bird 2nd dam by Red brMillenthoroughbred NOTRova1 King was sired by the great On Time and is a brother to the great Sllvei King and Allle O the show mare that sold for 81000 King Eagles 2nd dam Is the dam of Minnie Boyd the great show mare that Matt Cohen won everywhere within 189S and sold for 1500 King Eagle will make the present season of 1003 at my stableJK miles west of Stanford on the Shelby pike at tbe low prIce of liD to insure a lying colt Will also stand the great mule and jennett Jack Dilly Keene nt10 for mares 20 for jack colts and S10 for jennett colts to Insure a living colt Dilly Keene was sired by the great Tom Keene 1st dam by the Imported Palermo 2nd dam by Levi Hubble the sire of Joe Blackburn and Brlgnolla Billy Keene stands full 16 hands high black with white points and as a breeder lie Is unsurpassed as a mule or Jonnott jack Ilia colts wll1lbow for themslpes Will also let that jack Jim Keene serve a atllOtoinsurelivlngcoltMares where forfeits the Insurance ant money be comes duo at the time of such transaction further particulars call on or adders 11or T HAimiS 72 Ring 3 Stanford Ky HERE AND THERE The Standard 011 Company ii ship ing oil from the Knox county field The Wells Fargo Express Cumpany was robbed of 43000 In Sllao Moslc Four thousand team drivers in New York decided to go on a strike for blgher wagesA miner fought a man and woman for S5 hours before yielding to a blackmailing scheme It is expected that tho cable bitwec San Francisco and tho Philippines wiU bo competed by July 4 Leon Sannders of Bt Louis latally allot Mary lUke and blew out hll brains Jealousy was the cause President Roosevelt was given heart reception in Kansas City and addressed an Immense crowd in Convention Halt The excess of births over deaths per 1 000 native population is greatest In Utah 631 and smallest In New Yorl 89 A telegraph instrument by which Ilight electrical shocks are communicated to Ibe finger tips has been invented for deaf mutes Eighteen hundred men are on a strlk in Omaha Among the strikers are res taurant employee and the restaurants are closedTwo fiveyearold boys were burned to death In a barn in Martlusvllle IndI which they set on lire while playinj with matches Tho petition before the Appellat Court fora rehearing of the Meachac antl primary injunction suit was wllhI drawn on request of Mr Meacham- A memorial tablet cotntnemoratinf tho signing of the treaty ot cession 01 the State of Louisiana to the Unite States was unveiled In New Orleans The total value of the exports of animal products in 1002 was about 3000001 greater than the like exports of the previous year but there was a decrease of nearly 9000000 in the value ofcattl exported This was duo to the sharp demand for beef cattle In this country As a result ot long continued breeding experiments Charles Holmke of Qrce Village Morristown N J has evolved a hen that lays two eggs a day declare an exchange You cant expect to find the union label however on eggs of tbs tort no union hen would work ovcrtimi like that LANDSTOCKCROPSETC John G Lycn sold to Brown t Me Carlev nine 100pound bogs at file Three fresh milk cows for sale good ones J H Albright Brodhead Ky 2I Small lot of good cultivated bemp teed for sale Robert M West Lan caltertMiss Permella Smith sold to Dr W I Letcher a black Shetland pony foi f150AdvocateJohn secretary of the American Trotting Association died In I sanitarium near Indianapolis B D Carter lost by death his tIne stallion Flowers 25031 The splendli animal was by Florida dam by Ocorgi WllkesBlscoe HIndmin of Louisville ball bought the Stokes farm near Nash vlllo for 30000 and will expend an equal amount in constructing a modern Some thereon Judgo Blmes Charlie Ellisons good threoyear old colt which won the Kentucky Derby was bred at Hartland 8 ud founded in Woodford county bj Senator Camden of Virginia Carroll Reid was In lobe paddock be ore the Derby and looked longingly at stall No 1 where Tho Picket would have been quartered bad be started The Picket was coughing moro that ever Saturday morning and Mr Reid reluctantly gave up the Idea of send log him to the post Sundays Courier JournalW Lougbrldgo baa closed a des with J B Burk of Lancaster where bv Mr Loughrldge buys 300 acres ol hemp this years crop In Garrard The price to be paid 1s 15 27 per hundred Mr Lougbrldgo has also purchased 110000 pounds of hemp last years crop from L P Yandell of Burgle tbe price paid being 85 42 Hetty nOn Women Mrs Betty Green the richest woman In the world bad a case In court to Irookl She learned that It was divorce day Divorce day they call It she said Well what can you expect These romen never learn to keep houseboy get married and tholr solo ambl Ion Is to wear fine clothes bleach their lair wear gay ribbons and fine laces lame Is the last place they want to think of They go parading round with heir vulgar style and think they are leautlen Poor things They never get sense The next thing the husbands go parad Inll around and then trouble begins Then they find themselves in court Thats It Obi Ive lived around In ho tell and I know what these women are The young folk ot to daThave not in lerlted common i The Best Liniment I have derived great benefit from tho use of Chamberlains Pain Balm for Then latlsm and lumbago says Mrs Anna lagelgans of Tuckaboe N J My husband used itTor a sprained back and wu also quickly relieved In fact it Is the best family liniment 1 have ever used I would not think of being without it I have recommended it to many and they ware speak very highly of it and de tare Its merits are wonderful For tale b r Craig Hocker Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdianf TITLE CO Stanford Kv No 1house and lot In Stinfonlae rooailbatt porch In ths rear garden raxl nelghborhow rlOM to churches and icboot Uood lor mull flw llj rrlntUO No 28waU f rnv37 cni Biullr from hUr ford Uouot fur food NOme tick porch anl11 veranda stood barn sad other uutldlDgi In coo1 IraIr Cut lotlx flfldi well fenced 0 crM In cultivation one ten In fruit trttt rest In crus lionbtatrommlreloaernlent bargain sue can be IOhlt bargaIn Clone to school cllurcb PrlctStSpcrarr Land adjoining told fur 110 nll f4S TbUliaUrttln No 1 louse and lot In Stanford HOUM eo- sins n eve rooms tlooJ stableand 8 acre of land well fenced One of prettiest building loU In town room enough In front for two other cottage or 12 front could be built to tb cottage and be made a beautlnil borne Will be sold cheap u Ih- owner must bare money No 4 Two itorr frame dwelllDg 7 room hall end reranda Deal garden fencing and bout 10 rood repair For I or rent lrloa reatouable No SlIonM and lot In Stanford Three room- Ind I trout porch Hood garden and stable Ooo- d1IIlr Hit be cold chimp N01HoUN and tat la Stanford IX Itortll1I room Good garden mote lad COAl hoUIN on 13Aa 8 Firm ot 0acre214 talks from Star lord on county road S5 acre In cultivation tere a- In pasture 2 good orchards and rest In timber Two iinall cotugn good harp and outbuilding ell watered sad fencing fairly wood flue can be ought at your price II owner In lndtinax lla and must bare money No 1J otUi room hall cod porch- nfCtWlrlIutbulllllDP sod gaNrn Also larglwo 1107 htoeroom 23s60 feet tower mom eupplh with counten ibelvn etc Water In Smallloreroora alto cistern and well on plate lackofetore One nil from tinford HullJUj neoo1 repair and cost 11600 dlllororillnalltod tareour for Sift o rill rent orsell aeparaUlr No llUO Cre farm fi mile of Crab Orchard Cy llrfck dwcJllnz Brooms two tenant houwi wo barn well and spring near dwelling Farm la ilffhitate of cullltiilon ISO acre rlter lotion IlndlIOO1 fencing fruit etc Pile 8750 an ten No Ul00crMolle on Lancaster atrretli ab Orchard oppixlto Springe ID no 1m iroTcmenla except large itock barn abundance o f totk water 1rettlcat building alt In town 1rh- IJOW No M A farm of800 acres la Lincoln count TbfM good dwelling S good bunt sad other out 100ureach boUM countyruaaboutlmU cente ot All on fret I burch school and pottofflc Lays wtl catered This la a good tobacco firm and wouli ult two or thre fiiulllt that ml lIt want to con from the same neighborhood Price reaaonabl No 2Sllouand AT acre of land In McKIn and ell watered Keceuary Will oulbulldtnga tell IhU plan on goot aij r term No 36 IlotiManiin acre ol land within I1 mUte of BUnford louse cootalni lIe room eranda etc newly painted Urge new birn cora crIb granny etc All buildings and fencing In pleadld repair Welt watered This ta I mOIl c arable home Puce SlBoo No 37Two dory eight room fr me dwelling In itanford Ky Large garden sad barn lot TM II j aaonable one of the mOlt dealrabl house In town lilt I No 1SA nice cottage and lot on Lancaater trot Stanford room good cittern etc Cot 11000 wilt all for 11000- No I7A farm of Itt acrri near Iluitontll n welling of eight moms hell teiaa la etc On barn Urge tobacco barn ap d other outbuUbingi tIten and good well In ard and water In seer Geld on the place Kara cut In seven nelda and nntclaa land No MA ism of ISO acre frame dwelling our rom good stack taro and all neceeury out lulldlact tensing rood well watered cut la fire leldn M arras la culUratlon reel In blue grin XM then half mile teem tnraplk VToner tbli lee for only 130 per ar- elost5 acne of land In Rock cattle for err exchange flu all Decenary ImproTementa rea watered de Will be sold at a bargain No MFarm of Ito acres altnateJ near Klnp nit Kyi CO acre In cimlratlon It In tlmUr ea1 barn and 0th- utbuilbluguxoalrelair r Iwlllng conirratlf I y new It SOD yarda of three churcbci 4 chool pottofflcw and C S deput Property IIN on lke and county roW and 1a the moet dealrabl arm In that section W will tell the whole farn lor flOO or le rectal of not less than SO sure to proportlNo g welllng good barn tic Well watered tennis Ind bOIl lnl In good repair Praluetive Urn 1I0ne land in good efhliorbood dote to Khoo and on good road Price f700 No MA farm of 103 acre In Casey county X- One and onehill atory dwelling with tlx room coOO barn and otber outbulldlnga 81xty urn Ii ulttTatlon 41 acre in timber fruit tree eIe- L17 well on county road clot to church chool etc 171 only 00- 0Na2wllouaandonacre land house con alas teten room Tirander cellar eta All nee r outbulldlnn Extra Urge bun all In leuiild repair newly p+letol and ever fIl Ilern It door Uool ganlen and liege bat n lot 11 wty of fruit on place Price 11100 No24lGO acre of land In Ford countr Kat Ix mlltt from railroad and 7 mile from Atlanta Iter tjerenlj acrea oftand I rlrer bottom II lint clue land and In grata This land la for eale FexcbabgeNo farm of 122 acre four mile from lillo beet rite in the well watere- dnclg real dwelling front plot ell ne utbutldlngi A splendid blue grass firm and oat Itnlcutcadrlte from county ml Owner tot arm 0 this her recently refused II traCre WcofTrrtkla at 1790 No 60 Firm ol US mete In Casey Iwo tory frame dolllDS two good barna and othe lUtbulldlngt In toliacci sad and In good community A bargain at IJW No1I7armotI15atroe In CutOunl Anew two story S room frame dwellleg anJ 010- 1d welling In lair cotdltlon Barns sail other out utldloga On county roadsplendid tobacco land i w11 watered two well spring tie This It a de drable home Price fl5 0 No oSFlfty acre near Plea ant Point Ky Frm lI1u1I rooms and porch Rub and tfthei lUtbulldlngt S end In cultlTatlon rett In Umber Well waUied bpi yard from pottoflcicnoo anl1 churcbilile well on pike and In good cow No 19 90H acre Of land near Crab Orchard cheep No 20 Two storl hooD room hallTeranda 12 acre tplrndld land adJoinlDjln Stanford 170 rtln good la huus t tern t door licaudfulhome 171x3000 No 22 HOUM of Or room porch one acre of pound and good autile One mUD rom tows rice 1200 No 23 Farm of tU acre 5 mile from Stanford rime d welling of 7 room 2 porches 2 barns one I los ttable end wagon abed combined the otbei n extr good frame with cattle shed attached Bara etptdall arranged for curlnc tobacco Alto ornery smokehous and more crIb Fine orcball1 tnelolf In good repair Well etere112 clitoris tc This farm her n occupied a ormer own or 17 year and la well pmerest and Improved It In mil ot OItaIlCl and school tented tor I1IQ2 for halt rla rent and is cultivated inn wheat tobacco and clove Title perfect tprewnl owner 13JWO at county record willow Mil for 12 BOO No24 Dwelling of 4 rooira with 20 acre land la Moreland Good barn and neceeaary outbuild g2wellsinyardplendidorchardand 2 acre 10 fJOO No 25 Frame hoUl large room double reran J hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom Iron Un street SO feet from hotel up stain suits ble for 2 nice cotUge nicely furnished apered and painted 4 room and veranda each A tree barn on acme lot toed at livery stable Uood riles Vacant lot adjoining 80 feet front by 200 teet deep All of this property la In London Ky Ind la a chance for tome on to make money roprletor hat refuted to rent property fur 130 per tenth account of ill wife jaaon for selling proprietor dcalret to exchanger farm In Lincoln county f 146f acres In Canard eouat- ynilefremlaacaatukyI AU In elour and bluegrass except 10 acre no waste Und Incly watered ponds and rancne through thrlceTbe land la rich and roductlT growt hemp and tobacco Newly fnci- Id with wire locust pats A rood orchard nprorementa a 14000 twotory eight room frame welling In each room pantries cellar housentn good neighborhood near church school depot home ant Store within 400 yards of 11I1a place wl be told cheap No 300 acre of Undone mile from Somerset K cut In seven flelda Forty acre In cultlra Uon 40 acres In puture balance In timber Dwell contal even rooms Lug barn and ell nee aryoutbulldtegsFence and bulldingelnplen dill relr Sl800 1 A Hughes Secretary A Treasurer Twelve new oil wells have beea shot In the Ragland field near BaIt Lick SPECIAL BARGAINSF- OR THIS WEEK AT The New YorK Store Mens Clothing Mens Suits worth 85 for 208 Mens 87 SulU nt 425 lens 9 Suits nt G Mens 1250 Suits nt 750 Boys Suits for OCe up11eae everyday Shoes OCc liens heavy Shoes 120 Mens Shoes 150 at 41 s Fine Shoes worth 82 at 8135 liens Fine Shoes worth 275 nt 8175 Mens Fine Shoes worth 83 at 82 Mens Fino Shoes worth 8350 at 250 LmlioV Shoes worth 8150 nt DOc Ladies Shore worth 175 nt SI Lndics1 Shoes worth 82 nt 15 Ladies Shoes worth 250 at 8150 Wo are also paying for eggs this week 12Jo per dozen The New York Store Noxt Door to Lincoln County National Bank Boa Fill 111 4asar wos There should bo but one question to consider in deciding and thnt is Wherewhere tdtnkc your Prc8crlptons taro the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to bo llnd7 No motive or influence should bo allowed to weigh against it When you do this wo shall expect to serve you When wo fillyour prcscriptiion every drug that ell- i ters into it has tho exact potency tho desires Our chnr es are just as satisfactory our service IPennys Drug Store First National Bank Of Stanford Capital Stock 5QOOOi This instltutlon WM originally established M the Ucpotlt flank of In usa then rear as the National Dank Stanford In IIU and again reorrnlltd oftJW the First National flask ot Stanford 1 1681 baring had practically aa uninter rupted existence for 41 years It I better supplied now with facllltlet for transact l promptly and well than ever betore In 11Ilonr bonorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited J D Paiion J D Owtlej B II Shanks Gee W Carter Buccetton to Tbe Farmer flank A Trust Company and under tame for 38 joan We Hoping such business relations will prove beneficial dealera Prett JJ McHOnEHTS Cur WEAKEN Dkpr Reid DaaTlile Harrlt Stanford Hooker Stanford Walton Tanner more lUnghman Hill Stanford Hubble LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK Directors Walkery 11I 80000I management continuously SOLICIT YOUR ACCOUNT mutually to At onto If ed by by be as as as as to V 1- C When thi test torpid and fall do tu work the bile enter blood rtrulect poison Tbeo comes Wlloutneaa tick headache treatment that give that put the ngbt touch sad name work right manner The ptn louche tb Urer and pellet wee tblt 2S does for jp days COlt 25 cent and on tea your case bad you v will be well before you ankh them AIIII free For aate at r all Stanford Ky Officers J 8 HOOKER W U I F B T J 8 W rK Ii McKinney M D El 8 II Stanford T I Ja Robinson J II IlaUKbman Stanford W P Tale Stanford I III BANK I U to the u a the In the is the is S D SHANKS President r J D OW8LEY Cashier r W U IUU01IT Aatt Cashier cUrEyes I Are and guard against badly r fitting Lenses you should Have Them Testedleast n year your glasses have become scratch frequent wiping dont your OC- r sight sing them They should changed soon you well you used sceIthrough them Craig Hocker Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids eooatlpauoa fnrs- aodmalarlaihonly Natures DAllONS PILLS- ANDTONICPEILETS yuemIexceedingly Sample StaW 1 physician Directors Officers constantly changing endanger dont LIVER ord1U STANFORD r I FOR SALE BY W B MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STORE