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M1 SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALA = IVOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY S 1903 SAM NO 20 Vote for John B Chenault of Madison for Auditol- ie iIt in the Mli t nreariinulc1itrirt with UH and a K ul division fence makes nciKlilMjra Put n rail on the fence by voting for Mr Clienault Wo borrow mostly from our luighlwrs It is our time to lend11e may be tho tinoxt to IKMT W AlbnnyIMAY 6 After a protracted absence of several months from tour columns I will again Uko pea la hand for a few lion I believe tho last time I wrote the I J was from Cincinnati while taking la the Fall Festival You will doubtUti be surprised to learn tbat Ism sleemboattog but uob li the cue 11m olerk oo the steamer AlbA ny of the Burnslde 0 UurlcetTllle Transportation Line which plys Cum berland river between Burnslde and Celloa Teno and even lower down This Is only the icoood week of my boating experience Have made two trips down the alver but felled to ret back to Buroslde on our leer return on amount of tbo low water but are tiedI I up near the mouth of Flsblng Creek shoals Tbo Albany nee four barga of sure in tow There li no hope of getting to Durnildo until the river rii ei tuRloIent to let us over the shoals That may bo la a few days and again It may be voril weeks This Is a lonely detolnto spot In which to be oonfln od but nl I get plenty or newspapers 1 manttca to pan the time away very well I left the rnplojrmnet of Mr Mitch cl Ted lur tbe tare King of the moun tains OD Fob SO and uecopteda place with a certain company at Uurnilde wltb the Intention of going Into tbo nowipaper business but regret to say that our plan did not muerlallie end the proj ct died a bornlpg Iain go log to liurnstde Saturday to vole CLARKNCB COLT MAN f Ho Wont Die Of consumption la a remark often made of a fleshy man The remark expresses the popular recognition of the the sign of consumption is emaciation loss of flesh O- nr 4the other hand a in flesu sure sign that wastJ diseases arc be curedEmaciated S pie with obstinat- ecougbl bleeding lungs sweata and weakness have been perfectly cured by use Dr Pierces Golden s Medical Discovery The several steps of the cure were re corded in ounces and of in weightI When there la gain in flesh the wasting disease U being surely cured MrWitl ILWhllmlre- ar Arkton Hocking hem Va writes Our ton contracted a deep cold about the ant of Jul tS and hap a terrible h Wcalled a doctor and he pro lIounccd It Irritation of the bronchial tubes with Ibmatlc trouble and be Informed me that mr ro was liable to die at anytime He told me that If we could keep the be Creure IUml but after treating hlmeVai my ton gro win wone all reoncluded to try Pierce Golden Medical DUco ry Tleaaanl Pellet I had aeen aertral use of these medicineiindmoPamurseui- had wonderful faith In them Ile used three bottle of Medical Dtscoverrat home 1 the Pellets and was then well supplywithI him from r asJ J t6r The Common Sense Medical Adviser icoS large pages la sentfret on receipt of to expense mailing onv Serial one cent rtamps for the cloUt bound or only ai tAmpa for the 1 book in paper covers Dr L V Pierce N Y z 1 CRAB ORCHARD Mrs M L Harris has bad her cot lute repaired If you want some trash borne made candy call on D O Payne There will be song services at the Christian church Saturday evening Rev J Randall Farris will preach at the CbiUtlan church next Sunday morning and evening 4realrheumatism recently Mr George W Miller sun daughter and brother Joseph Carson and Rev Border returned to their home In Oklahoma also D B Canton to his borne In Atlanta Mr Alex Beailey was over from Lan caster this week on buIneia Mcsera James Guest and James Carson are back from the Louisville races Mas ter Tom hays Brooaugh entertained a few of bla little friend at dinner In honor of hie llth birthday Mtis Phillips has returned to be home at Brock Lee Bean spent several day with his wife at the Cover Ho tel Mrs n L otcgor was In Stan ford Monday on business She was ac companied by Master Lewis Oover Meidames John Riddle and D W Ed mlston who were quite ill last week are some bettor The following gentlemen wero elected otlloars and directors of tbo Crab Orchard fnlr te Racing Association Tuesday afternoon R U Bronaugh president Jobn Qulmes 11 vice press dent W A Bcazloy 2nd vice presi dent Or W M Dooms 3rrl vice president Andrew Buchanan secretary W M Morris treasurer DIrector J W Guest Sam Tatam A C Dunn J H Collier W D Wallin W E Perkins W T Brooks Henry Campbell W A Beazler R U Bronaugh Too Great A Risk In almost every neighborhood someone has died from an attack of colic or ohole ra morbus often before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned- A reliable remedy for these diseases should be kept at hand The risk is too great for any one to take Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly saved tho lives of more people and relieved more pain and suffer tug than any other medicine in use It can always be depended upon For sale br Craig Rocker U C V REUNION New Orleans i May 1022 The Queen Crescent Routs has made a special low rate for the benefit of tbo veterans and their friends who anticipate attending tbla meeting Tickets will be on sale May 1621 good returning until May 24 1003 Privilege of extension until June 15 Ask your nearest ticket agent for particular or write W C Rloearson G P A- Report that John D Rockefeller hadI said be would pay 11000000 for a apparatIUImillionaire with thousands ot bttera When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets They are easy to take end pleasant In effect For sale by Craig A Hocker I A INEV NOTES William Jones killed Josh Griffith In Leslie county The body of a baby was found In a barrel of swill at Paducah A submarine cable la to be built from Seattle to points In Alaska Miser Uelen Gould la preparing to ex tend her philanthropic enterprises Eight persons were Injured In a trac lion car accident at Rochester PatIChinese laundrymen are flocking to Chicago to take the place of strikers The During Hotel at Chicago was destroyed by Ore and several persona were Injured An eleiurio magnet has been employ ed In California to draw a piece of steal out of a mans tacotThe monitor Arkansas Is reported bard aground In the Mississippi river- a St UeDevleve Mo MIlS Julia Miller of Selplo fad burst a blood vessel while coughing and died a tow hours later Dung Gong a Chinese leper escaped from the quarantine hoiultal near Jet ferson barracks In Missouri Within tho past 12 years the Increase In the mileage of the street railways amounted to over 137 per cent Former Mayor Garwln of Marshall town Iowa was found dead at his home there with the gip of his head shot oil American capitalists organized a stock company with 10000000 capital to build a railroad In Central America Judge A E Maxwell except Sena tor Vest the last survivor of the Confederate State Senate died at Cblploy Fla wasras preparations were bolog made for lib funeral Walter S Bronaton ot Lexington who accidentally killed himself Mon day nigh carried lire Insurance poll cies for 121000 Former Probate Judge Croskoy of Steubeovllle Ohio died from a frac tured skull caused by a small boy who threw a brick at him Despite talk to the contrary Presi dent Charles M Schwab end other offi care of tbo United States Steel Corpo ration wero reelected H C Frlck John W Gates and oth acquireracre the Choctaw Nation The controller of the treaaury has approved an application to organize tho Farmers National Bank at May field with 50000 capital The Erie Railroad Company will spend several million dollars improv lag ILl terminals and ferry facilities In Now York and Jersey City Judge Glass a young man who bad been arrested for forgery hanged him self with a pair ol suspenders In his jailrhas been released from custody In Elyria 0Iwhere be was confined In connection with too murder of Miles Agatha Helen tin of Loralno William McCullorn shot and killed Sid Dakar In Clay county near Oneida A raw months ago MoCullom shot and killed hIs brother Dennis after a dIe pate over a pistols William and John Hunt aged 13 and 15 respectively who ran away from their homo at Ashland wero arrested In Lexington They say they just wanted to see the worldsSoil capable of growing tobaccocqual to that In Cuba has boon found by the agricultural department In Texas Ala hams and South Carolina Secretary Wilson says U also exists In other Southern States Twenty or more lives were lost pad the Clyde liner Saginaw was sunk at tea off the Virginia coast by the Old Dominion Ifner Hamilton The collis ion occurred In tho early morning while the passengers were asleep and during a heavy lOll Capt J H Burkbolder a timber man well known In Western Kentucky and Tennessee was found dead In the woods near Ashland City TenD Ho la supposed to baye boon stricken with heart disease while riding from his residence to his saw mill Walter S Bronaton city solicitor and a prominent democratic politician of Lexington accidentally shot himself and died an hour later Ho was pack log a valise preparatory to going to Richmond In attempting to place a revolver to the valise he dropped the weapon and It waa discharged the ball entering his abdomen A Startling Test To says a life Dr T G Merrill of No Mohoopany Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure He writes a patient was attacked with violent hem orrhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I bad often found Bitters excellent for acuto stomach an liver troubles so I proscribed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an attack In 14 months Electric Bitters are positively guaranteed for Dyapopsla Indigestion Constipation an Kidney troubles Try them Only fiDe at all druggists Democratic Primary Next Saturday May 9 I VOTE FORI J M Alreraon of Stan thlLoIopuI numI IolgnLlofStanforda candidate to represent Lin LtglslnLure andIrolnknow him to II an excellent HtowJKedsIntulaWtnaklngof our country WP bespeaR andhopentlon which ho so justly do servos TIo rrodsburglI ruld M Who was not born running or the Legi raltte zrd trikehis opponent does not the office for life FOR OF WAYNESBURG We hear we are to have a new depot soon We hope It isirue Mr Hicks mashed his hand so ho could not run his mill for several days Picnic are In the very air Come to sea ui on the 10th and enjoy the picnic with us- Dutch and Dud Gooch are getting on vory well with their now store build log It looks as If It will soon be ready for occupancy Mrs Laura Goocb It still quite sick but It Improving Mr L I Faulkner I s visiting at this place Mr Delee Gooch la at home on a visit W M Gooch la still sick He has been worse for some days Mrs Anna Dalgh tell the other day and badly sprained her ankle and foot Sanford Sboop la at home from his work on Una Creek Willie Sims has moved to his new home on the pike near town Mr and Mrs Doty will move loco the bouse vacated by Mr S1H8 Mr Matthews la here on a visit He la a very welcome visitor lie was the railroad agent hero for three years and all are glad to sea him again Miles Salllo Goocb la visiting Miss Joale LoocbiWo are to loon bare a new mill a dog wood mill It will be In operation soon Now If wo had something to work up our sour wood and sassafras our county would be on a boom sure enoughOld Pug Mrs Alice Goocha dg died Monday He was nearly 17 years old and all who attend church horn will remember him for he did not miss a single Sunday As soon as the bell rung bo would go and elf on tbo steps until his mistress appeared then be would go In with her and stay until services were over The many friends of Mrs Ohio Johns eon are glad to see her out again I N Witt will leave for Knoxvllle this week Mrs Amanda GrlQIn and daugh ter Ora wore visiting Miss Howard this week Dr Davlaon of Stanford has been here for the last 10 days draw tog teeth for a good many of our beet people Qe la a pretty good dentist If bo does draw the blood once In a while A SureJThlng1 It la said that nothing is sure except death and taxes but that la not altogeth or true Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption is a surd cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can teSt lily to that Dire O B VanMetre of Sbopherdtown W Va 8alSIII had a severe case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its Infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consump tion Try It Its guaranteed by all diugglsts Trial Lotties free Regular sizes 60c and 11 Liyea ofcaahlera all remind us We can cheat at every turn And departing leave behind us Liabilities to burn Steels are real steals are earnest gaitdWas not written down to date Times Tattler The fishing scnooner Glorlana was capd drowned Only throe persons on board escaped t i i AlversonofStanfordhas Representativeof oldkIndparUeulur himself andconstituency as well as one of the State Should the Lin withISignal Stanlord lorHJlNslntatheAlverson be sides king a mighty clover wheolhossworking with tho bos In the trenches and never asking for IIoffice before La ncastor feeorcl JESSE ALVERSON want REPRESENTATIVE LINCOLN COUNTY i ECONOMY in CLOTHES Does not consist in saving n dollar or so upon the original purchase but in se curing lasting satisfaction at a fair price We are prepared to give you that sort of satisfaction IT PAYS TO TKADETAT THE GLOBEMerc- hant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied TaEl mILLER Danville KB Sewing Macljige Exhibit Wheeler 18l Wilson Sewing Machine Exhibit At Our Store Commencing MAYH4TH TO MAY 9TH A Souvenir Given to Every Lady Ja HASELDEN Lancaster Ky GARDEN SEEDS 1 We have anIMMENSEstock of garden seeds both in bulkland package We have Burpees and Ferrys in bulK and Ferrys in pacKage Sweet Peas Nhsturtian White nice pop corn and the best varieties of early corn in bulk Plenty of yellow white andliill3onion sets Gome early whilejyou have full stocklto select from Also good stock of northern seed potato earliest varieties of second crop HigginsMKinneySTANFORD u w A Jr It1w THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HENRY M BOSWORTH It a can 1lolttl for State Treasurer subject to the trl mary election May 9 1903 anholletts the lurro of- aU democrats- W FRANK MC KINNEY Ii a candidate for the nomination for Sheriff of LIn- coln county subject to the action of the Democratic ratty M F NORT- HI I Y a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln county subject to th ac i Don of the puty J M ALVERSON ts a canlUate for the Democratic nomination toe Rer resentatlve of Lincoln county subject to the actloD of be party THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a canJllite for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic patty Democratic Ticket For Ratlroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM TUB State primary election wills oc cur tomorrow The withdrawal of bll opponent leaving Gov Beckham Ii walk over for the nomination to IUO ceed himself has reduced interest la the contest and may result In n 1I1tbt vote unless tbe democrats are arol1sed to action There are several otber sharp contests for offices as Important as that of governor and It Is hoped tbat such expression be gives In tbe racel as will make the nominees tbe decIded choice of tbe voters Every democrat ought to feel enough Interest In the election of nominees for his party to give a portion of the day for the pur pose of helping to make the choice Remember that tomorrow Saturday 115 the day THERE Is little or no doubt about Lincoln county going for Mr Heary M Boswortb of Fayette for treasurer to morrow and as he seems to be equally as strong In the other counties or the State his nomination Is most cer- taIn A better democrat nor a more competent man for the high office beI seeks than Mr Bosworth could not be found and the smooth sailing we be Hove ho will have tomorrow Is except Ingly gratifying to hit legion of friend of whom we are one Tblnk of tbe gentleman who arrested Caleb Powei aDd declined the big reward offered ror him when you go Into your booth aad be sure to put your stencil in tbe square opposite his name BAD all the fiends been hanged wbo are charged with complicity In the at s saBslnatlon of Gov Goebel tbe asaass nation at Jackson might not have occurred tt Those who laud the assassins a tlon of Goebel and have done everything In tbelr power to prevent tbe conspirators from being brought to jUt tlce are responsible In large part lor the lawlessness In Breathltt county A number ot newspapers that are expret log great sorrow over the asuasslnatlo of Marcum either printed no word of condemnation of the assassins of Goe bel or openly defended It The sheet sowed the seeds of anarchy that art now grown to full harvest In Breatbltt IN an Illinois town a few days ego one Negro was accused of an act of violence and a white mob gathered and attacked a whole Negro settlemen with guns and clubs and drove away all the Negroes who were not too bad ly injured to flee Still more recently a mob of white caps In Indiana at taoked three white women and a Ne gro Rod among other things flogged their victims with barbed wire Af these States are north of tbe Mason and Dixon line tho bolterthan the SouthIs crowd will not vociferate ai usual THERE have been 33 murders In t Breathltt county In the last years record horrible to contemplate Truly 1BometblDR should be done to prevent such of humanllfe but the ques S tlon Is what Is the best remedy iPOLITICALHouse of Commons has agreed fTbe of a Transvaal loan ol J tl75000000 Judge M J Mona majority for cir cult judge in the Bell county district liver Grant Forrester Is only 100 f C Augustus E Wilson of Louisville has announced himself a candidate for f the republican nomination for govern ortThe Commoner also suggests Mr Bead of Tennessee as a presidential possibility for 1004 Mr men I tions these unheard of people in order doubtless that there will be no odorous comparisons with himself The republican committee of tbe 29th judicial comprising the counties of Casoy Cumberland Metcalfe Russell and Monroe met at Columbia and ordered a prImary elec tlon to be held August 1 to nominate candidates for circuit judge and Com monwMltha Attorney Morris B Belknap of Louisville bas announced for tbe republican nomlDa tlon for governor The prohibitionists have named tbe following State ticket GovernorT B Demaree of Jessamloe lIeuteDant governor O T Wallace of Garrard commissioner of agriculture B T Am mormon of Harrison auditor it Sidney Easton of Honaerson secretary of State Charles Brenard of Frank superintendent of public DstructloD Mira H E Brooks of Madisonv attorney general W S Stone cr Monticello treasurer J A Barrall of Bullltt HUSTONVILLE Rev G W Mills exchanges pulp1ta with Rev J Q Montgomery of Brad fordavllle next Sunday J J Allen Is In the lower counties buying stock and expects to arrlvo with a herd the last ot this week Samuel Owens lost by death Tuesday light one of his fine brood mares A second one was saved by the timely arrival of a veterinary Some complaint Is being made on account of the Irregularity of the mall service between ibis place arid Utab end an Investigation may be latltuted Dr Edward Alcorn Is In New Orle- ttendltg tho convention of tbe Amerl lean Medical Association where be Ot ccted to meet the celebrated Dr Lo enz Hogs are getting to bo quite an Item In this locality Within the past 60 lays O O RUle has shipped to CincIn- nati a little over 1000 and Frye AI len hays handled in the same time over 1500Mrs Nancy Prewitt ot Liberty tbo beloved mother ot Geo A Prowl cashier of the Commercial Bank of- Iberty and Mrs Wm Hosklnt of the reatherford Hotel died Sunday after a long Illness She was burled MOD day near her old homo on tbo Fork beside her hUBbandIA rare treat Is In store for all wboI attoad the Christian church here next inday In addition to Bro Montgoi erys sermon there will bo one or POI slbly two soprano solos by Miss Nell QuIck of Anderson lad She has a- blgbly cultivated voice acquired by- yeare of close study and It is to be boped she will render two selection Sbe Is the guest ol her former clas mate Mrs W C McAfee Tbe entertainment at the collej e- Friday evening wag a most creditable aYalr to all concerned The large au dleDce Indicated tbelr hearty approval or every rendition with a generous apI plaue These generous testlmonla of appreciation should encourage the- tadv promoters of this entertalnmei to arrange others not only for tbe cburcb benefit but to keep alive tbe- love ot music In tbe hearts of our people music being the highest degree of oratory It would familiarize us with tbe works of the great masters and tbua tribute those Influences which itlve charm and grace to our lives Jottings On A Texas Trip HERMAN TEXAS May 0AfterI- v Ii of two weeks in this blauk waxey- belt of Texas I will jot down a few- tblnjls I have observed while here We- bad a big froat on the let that bit down- corD cotton and potatoes In places Corn Is bad on account ot dry colt weather Grave Is good alfalfa fiae- lrBt crop now cut and baled and on the marke at 812 per ton This Is tbi trasa for hay and grazing hero Bo- weer native grass ts more abundant In- lome places Iherman Is the county seat of Gray- 10D has between 15000 and 20000 In babltants It has the biggest cottonseed oil mill In tbe world big cotton gin s mills and factories four colleges tbree banks the M P with 1600001 capital The Graysoo County and Commercial Banks f100000 capital each Altolletber they have a deposit of 100000 Has an electric line to ilsoonlno miles north with a popul- atloo of about 15030 and is the railroad- ceDter of Northern Texas Both are- good towns while right In the S Eco nor of the county Is a good town aDd- quite a cotton market Howe and Van- Alatylae In tbe south part of tbo coon tv ire good towns Tbe county has about 75000 popula- tloD contains about 1000 square miles and lies just north of Collln acd south f be Choctaw nation Collln county which was named for Collln McKlnney a alive of Lincoln county Is a good- county and McKlnney the county seat Is a good town Thero are lots of KeD- tucky people In Collin and Grayson counties and most of them are prosperous and happy Others are still In the renuIn Texas in a few hours They say out bere that a man started to town a mile 01Y with an ox team and It was so hot one of his oxen died from the heat aDd- wblle be was skinning It a northerner came up and froze tbe other to death aDd be took both hides to town Last- wiater It took four horses to pull the- blDd wheels of a wagon with a sack 01- colYee from the depot to a store I will- quit or I might get to lying F P COMBEST Oov Beckham has announced his Ingness to send troops to Jackson to rotect witnesses during the prose- cutloa ot the slaver of James Marcum If captured Tbe men who robbed the safe of- Kltcben Sons at Leon have returni- yed mall from Ashland papers 01- alue only to the owners Twelve men were burned to death In a railroad wreck west of Port Artbur- Ontario IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Henry C Smith Is dead at Har rodsburg In Corbin the Odd Fellows lalated 32 members one night The Harrodsburg Odd Fellows clpar ed about 8500 on their street fair Wm T Earle has been appointed postmaster at Atterson Casey countr Two men were beaten Into InscDsI bllity by East Tennesse whitecaps In Bell county Frank Hughes said to have been tbo oldest Mason in Eastern Kentucky Is dead at Rosland Knox county Bewail a member of the order for 63 yeare The suit of Vanarsdall vs the Q C In the Boyle circuit court resulted In the awarding of damages to the extent of 103 for the plaintiff Tho suit was brought for 81600 Robert S Crow who has been local editor of theof the Richmond Cllma has resigned to engage In teachlo Be will be succeeded by A D Mllle a member of tbe Climax Company The botany class of Wllllamsbui Academy making a special study of the native violets In that region Dd II varieties and think there are tbree there which they have nyt found yet The following dispatch from Mont ello appeared In Wednesdays Count Tournal The Bennett OlltCompao tal brought In Its No 3 well at207 feet In a strange Bend making 150 barrels a dar Roberts No 2 was shot and la asking 25 barrels a day J M Jack of Bradford Pa has started Coffee To1 at 15 barrels a day In one of tbe best sands in the field Tbe New Domain Oil Gas Company brought In Ed Vickery No 1 good for 10 barrel CHURCH MATTERS The Pennsylvania supreme court bas anded down a decision formally con emnlng Christian science The ministers of Atlanta have re rived to do away with funeral services except In extraordinary cases Mrs Mary Baker Eddy has given 8100000 acd a site for a Christian Science church at Concord N H Herbert Booth brother of Gen Bal Dgton Booth Is preparing to estab lIb a religious theater In York Rev E H Hughes at present pastor of a church at Malden Mass has accepted the presidency of De Pauw Unl verslty at Greencastle mod The members of the Christian church a Jackson are preparing to erect e cburcb to cost 83000 Tbe congrega tloD was organized last December Bnd- bas 05 members Elder Joseph Ballou will preach at- Willow Grove next Sunday 10th aod- Eld Charles Powell will also preach ootbe following Sunday 17th Tbe bour 330 will be the same for both datesEld Charles E Powell of Stanford occupied Eld H C Garrisons pulpit at the Christian church Sunday morn ID2 delivering a beautiful impressive aod able sermon on the subject of irietlan Wealth to a large and im esslve congregation says tbe Dan vllIe Advocate Mr Joseph Pomlnville of Stillwater Mlon after having spent over I20CO with the best doctors for stomach trou e- wilhout relief was advised by his drug- itht Mr Alex Richard to try a box of = iambeilain8 Stomach and Liver Tab- els lie did so and is a well man today If troubled with indigestion bid taste In the mouth lack of appetite or cootlp- tlon give these Tablets a trial and OU- are certain to be more than pleased wllb- tbe result For sale at 25 cents per box by Craig Hocker Dr Adolph Lorenz the Austrian turJreou Is the central figure of the Amerlcao Medical Association In New OrleaDI Beckbam has offered a reward 0 1500 for tbe assassin of J B Marcum a iokson Alexander Winton made a mile In 102 In an automobile at Cleveland 0 Jack Good e sold to W B Wright or Lexington a pony for 175 NOTICE FARMERSiHaUrt Act for the Brown Wire Fence The cheapest test strongest most durible pig tight bull strong Inule high will sell high or low fence or will sell by the rol single wires various slues wires to suit purchase Also dealer In the finest and test Plymouth Rock chickens and eggs Do not pass fie by Am bere to do business PUBLIC SALE heaving tomegage other bust OeM I will on FRIDAY MAY 15 At McKinney Ky sell to the highest bid der my livery stable and blacksmith shop Contents of stable as follows Several head of hones some of which are good salo hors es two drummer wagons one good as four bugcles two almost as good all newt onesurroy good as new one cart one two hone road wagon with body four sets double harness eve sets buggy harness rugs tools etc one AA harrow one extra good milk cow Salo begins at 0 oclock Terms made known on day of sale JOliN COULTER For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Cot Mrors Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best Tho Equitablestrongest- in tho world Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness THE GRAND LEADER Figure Beauty Securednr- WurlagTb Fashion HipModel 1 Perfect liars the result jof perfect cor tmaklag Beautiful Fabrics We have1 a full line of this celebrated Corset at 9100 Short Straight Front Cantill Cor set 48c NOTIONSN- ew Shell Hair Pins tho 25o kind 15c Back Combs at 10 15 and 25c Shirt Waist Pearls go nt 25 35 and GOc set Ladles knee Jength Ribbed Drawers 25c Ladles Drop Stitch Hose the 250 kind ICc B S LEVYMonapor Public Sale heaving decided to locate In the West 1 will offer for talc to the highest bidder on 8ATUUDAYMAY 18 IBM ray house and lot onImstonvllle Ironl 1 mile from Hustonvlllo Ilradfordsvllle VBovun room houle conveniently arranged cistern and weU near tho door barn and all necessary out buildings new Will also sell a I bone walton comparatively new and household and kitchen Silts ELLA 9 nOSH NOTICE l- It you think of building or repairing can save you money on kinds of heavy or framing say leDgth beveled poplar siding hoar hludwoo4 casings hose or cornice boardceilings bored anIveranda and brackets turned stairwaynewote plasterer lathes white oV fencing gum 01 or chestnut boxlmj Write for prices llUMrilUEV DRUB lUrtwetl Ky Please call and scour complete line of Ladies Misses an Childrens hats in reai of post office building MRS G SINGLETON SBASONl903- Wood Lawn Stock farm RED LEAF champion show horse of Kentucky sad leading sir of hllhclaSS tad horses and tams n vf his colts avlngsoljln rut it months for 111050 or 1f- tavtni8 of KWio lito Insure with f3- lILLUSTRATION dam by Mambrln The only son Patcht1lln the countryonward Is the leading lIra cis tambrlno Is Iheltadlnl good mare sire Est to ensure with foal We do not Insure colts but Rive you the privilege of reeding back until you do set a colt R E Bur ln Ky ANTE CARLO 226 12 Made over Versalllei track In winning race Sired by Antco 21 X that told for ISO 000 at public sale lit dam Mary Ann by Iatcbenlallstorm too of Tbelo two crosses produced The Abbot trotting of thi03KJ champion rorld 2nd dam Independence son ot Andrew Jackson Independencei dam by American Star The American Star ani- Audrow Jackson blood Is responsible for ircsceui 302J the champion trotting ital lion of the world You see s two top crosses are responsible for the fastest gelding two next crosses are responsible for tho fastest stallion Then you see he a otter bred than either of them for ho bathe blood of both- Antecarlo II a solid brown horse 15Jj ands high weighing 1170 pounds fine Ityle and action Ono of the best posted men on trotting hones writes of him as 101111In to the stallion Antecarlo ax6 is you night ol T H Smiley I alit say I worked him about 90 days In 1901 and I consider him on of the fattest otters I ever drove or In other words about as fast- as I ever saw I have seen him trot a SXM gait timed by a prospective buyer There never was a time wbll- he was In my not step a quarter In isiitocart lfedoesnotneed any extra rlelng of any J McAlllSTEIt- Ho will mako the present season at our lale barn at 113 to Insure a llvlngcolt PENCE Standard Will also stand this wcllknnwp hone Uoll too well known to need comment As- sirea of clau business horsed ho baa never been surpassed Will stand at 920 to Inallro colt Mares rted with after being bred to these hones forfeit Insurance and mooer become doe Lien retained on colts itll season Is paid Eo H BKAZLCY 00I Wo have just received from the ctk brnted Paragon Shirt Waist factor a largo blue of White and Colored Shirt Waists also a full lino of Ladies gOnurntfljAWhlto Polka Dots 08o Very PIne Vhlti Oxford Wnlst very stylish 125 Met cerized Oxford Waist white or col ors eli India Linen Waist Net widejband trimmed Monte Carlo front WW India Linen Sultolcgantlyinado e2oo1300 3400 and 500 each Wo have rvcontly added to our de partment a full and complete lino 01 Ladles Muslin Underwear a few ape dais for a starter Ladles Muslin Gowns nicely made 48 cents Muslin Gowns Hamburg trimmed J4 cents Ladles Corset Covers well undo 15 cents Ladles Corset Covers trimmed 25o Ladles Corset Covers trimmed Vnl Splendid made Skirt Hamburg trim nevi 48c SPECIALS 20 dozen liens Fine 3100 Shirts go QUiD cent- sIpeciai Prices on- Mens Clothing Dont buy your SUIT until you see ours wo have the right kind EXTRA SPECIAL 1000 yards 10inchwido Hamburg worth JO 25 33o yard an long ax lusts goes at lOc yard In order for as sunny to share in bargain as osslblc wo limit 10 yards to each customer j 70 For Salel slaving sold farm will to the highest on- THURSDAY MAY II 1003 the cows with cve M and pigs farming Implements house hold kitchen furniture 20 25 buggies Ing Implements all In good repair and new In Sale to at B m at mr farm from Lancaster made known on of sale A M Bourne W Great Dollar SKIrt If you decide to exchange dollar for one of these Ittti coats youll gtt the stir value that your moneyever bought In the ant place the material Is of better quality than you could carccljr expect In klrt at And then It la elegantly rimmed with very deep flounco and neat But bcttt point about i garment Is fway that It It made Every seam la trapped and there are no plat for dust to hide Stitch honestly and tiously taken IIInever be bothered rips rents makealeverJ madetoorder gar f ment Itt price la only L0 The best 8100 Underskirt rondo dust proof ruffles best Mercerized Better one at 1150 f2 and W See qua line before you buy 1CAOSSETT SHOES A full line of LEWIS A CUOS Mens Shoes suit you at f2 S2GO W 1360 and oonJWe cats give you of fat Pat Colt or Velour Viol Kid or Box Calf Tho Shoo that fits the eye awl the foot THE GRAND LEADERLEVY CO Prors B M1L11RY performtrl GODDARD Mambrlno ITEASY SETTS 1WhileWithers furniture Co- Whero the best goods se cured nt the lowest prices Our stock in Now Mattings Carpets Etc are second tor110110 in Central Kentucky RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices 17 kind will go nt 1425 The 25 kind will nt 2125 Tho 30 kind will go nt2IThe 885 kind will ntS80OTho kind will nttJa 1 The DO kind go nt4IooYo- uImvo such nn opportunity pre sented to you before go now is your chance All stoves will ho set up your kitchen andaguaranteed GHO H FARRIS ft CO Stanford Ky v suitable WEDDING And GRADUATING presents see we II MUELLER Jeweler fStanford Ky p Public my I sell following property I 4 4 young sheep lambs 3 sow and barrels corn bushels wheat 2 1 tutkey farm nearly a new commence oclock a IK miles Terms day Aucfr OEO EVANS A A create a this figure a ruffle the I thla the I the f Every and and r very of Sateen a Fine Wo choice 1 M are Tho go go 840 go will never hnd in a bidder horses Binder Sorosls There is no Difficulty At in satisfying all demands of those who seek GROCERIES of high jual 1onterrgradeproportionEverything perfectly See me and save money Eat more and I pay J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Ky WOOS WANTED I t I will pay the highest mar ket price for 50000 pounds ofWool Call anti get sacks J H BOONE Livery Feed and Salo Stable Depot Ste Stanford Ky 0 7 pl Jo THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KY = MAY S1003 uqetheIons and with proper caro Wo could not do bettor If yon paid us doublo the price which Is always reasonable Pen ny a Druz Store coPERSONALSr Mn TIM PENNINGTON 1111 MRS DUSTEELI BAILEY continues 111 Miss ANNE SHARKS went to George s i town Wednesday On JACKSON OIVENS of Plttsburjr was hero Tuesday MR D O IENNINQTON Is over from 4 tbo nouses of Reform 1 Prior AND MRS M 0 WINFRBV wore hero Wednesday Oil JOUN BECK Is at homo from Loulsyllla for a tow dayi MRS J F CUMMINS Is vleitleg her parents at Crab Orchard MK JoaN P JONES was In Clacln iaatl this week buying goose JOHN n SHANKS Is now night operator for the L k N at Lebanon MR It C ADAMS the Lexington monument man was here yesterday REV AND MRS R B MAUONY were to Louisville several days this week MRS J T DOCKEH Is very 111 at tho p homo of her father Mr O J Crows Mull ALICE DEPAUW Is back from a ylslt to her brother at IIarrlmrn Tenn Miss VIRGINIA WARREN came down from Mlddlesboro yesterday to visit J friends MISSES CORA AND LOURA LAIR Of Ilustonvlllo were guests of Mr S L Durdett Mitt O R GRIFFITH of McKlnney who has been very Ill was some bettor yesterday MRS WAGONER and Albert Klicr 0 Taylorsvlllo are lilting the family of John Cbrlsraan MRS ADELIA WOODS returned yei r lerday from a visit to relatives in Mad lion and Garrard MRS JOHN DRIOHT JR and son Durdett Fumiev will RO to Garrard parentl of Huston t vllle and sister Mrs Rommel of Lex legion were hero yesterday MRS W D WBUICRN of Fiomiujj county Is with her parents Mr and Mrs James H Prultt at Moroland DON J S OWSLBY SR and Miss boesdayDru W B OBANNON reports a girls at Will Terrys and boys nt Price and Mr Wells on Dlx river MR J WESLEY BCIIANKS who has taken this paper ever since It started t called Wednesday nod paid for 1 year A IIAND50MCIII110 son has arrived at the homo of Mr and MM II J Mc Itoberts to further bless the union of that pair MRS JOBS RICE and brother Mr Fred Oarnett left Tuesday to spend several weeks with their parent at Cavo City Mn A C SINE has returned from Perryvllle and Salvlia where bo dl good work In getting new members fo the Maccabee lodges at those places A CIRCULAR from W S Martin gen oral manager of tbe Mexican Intern tlonal Rrallroad Co states that MrI W P Sheridan formerly of this place has been appointed Supcrlntocdent of Transportation Wo hear that Mr Sborldan gets tbo handsome salary of b 10000 per year LOCALS VOTE tomorrow FRESH fIb to day TMille REMEMHER Bosworth for treasurer when you vote Saturday T CARNATIONS at 40o per dozen John Christman florist Stanford FOR SALE 0 cap Arizona stove In Lpd repair P P Nunnelloy r LANCASTER Is to have a big street fair next week beginning Monday tho llth r J DONT forgot Capt T Ts Hedger a practical farmer who wants to bo com mlsslonor of agriculture Germane millet seed to salo cheap Also teed corn and foe oats J11 Baughman ft Co pWANTED A position as bookkeeper or salesman In a store Good referee ces Astor MoOulre Stanford 2t WATCH next Issue for advertisement Sof John Bright Jr S Co They are going to bavo a clearanco sale BETTER take an oRto I and help make a strong ticket to elected In November There In good materiel to select from Bo sure you voto for the beet men TUB members of tho dernocrat- county committee are requested to meet at my olllco at 10 oclock next I Tuesday morning for the transaction Important business W S Burch 1 Chairman CASH POMPHRBY of Lancaster was put in jail Wednesday for drunken and disorderly conduct Yesterday ho was put to work on the rook pile and while Marshal Jones eyes were turned be flew the coop and has not been moo n since r DELI make a ticket tomorrow that I will sweep the country In November I YOUR attentionle called to the ad vertisement of the Herring and Fisher form near Lancaster In another column WANTED at once 15 men or women 3alaryItOstamp Box 72 Brodhead tfy Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS with a mpany of local talent will give a entertainment at Walton Opera house the latter part ot this mooch FOR RENT Storeroom on Lancas ter street and law offices formerly occupied by W A Trlbblo Apply at this office or write to W P Walton Lexington 4t I STANFORDS crack team of ball play ere will trees bats at tbo grounds hero tomorrow Saturday afternoon with the Huetonvillo team Go and see a grad game FOR half Interest In the St Asaph Hotel and the Lytlo farm ol 470 acres In tbo McCormick church section Apply to J W Baughman manager Stanford IT Is about all over I but voting and shouting Tomorrow Is the daph for the primary Vote and help m a ticket that will carry everything be fore It In NovemberLDECORATION services will be held at Crab Orchard May 30 writes Mr K D Nbaks commander Tbo Southern Military Bead will furnish music and speaking and decorating graves will ho tbe order of the day DONT forget Henry M Boswortb when you go to your voting precinct tomorrow He Is the gentleman who refused a reward of 11500 for arresting thatta roan would make a capital State treat urer Help him be It WE failed to mention at tho time that Dr Steele Dollop of this place was mado president of tbo Kentucky State Medical Association at Its last meeting Dr Bailey bad served as seo rotary for 10 yeas and it was most fit ting that be was honored by promotion Dr James B Bullltt of Louis vllle was elected secretary The ai loclllon now has over 1500 member TilE Lexington Democrat says that Mere Jamie Frye and W C Green ig of Hustonvllle were In the city to over the ground preparatory to- tarting a brick factory They were much pleased with the outlook and say they will be In operation Inside ot 30 days They have all tbe maoblnbry worrk In and they will move IUbltb- er Tile aunt W V Richard son of Danville against the Louisville Pot was knocked out on tho plea that the Post Companys charter having ox pared the flrstof May the alleged slan derer was dead and therefore no suit of that character could be Instituted or howeverrreinstate men ol the suit against the Columbia Trust Co wbfch Is acting as liquidator for the Post Co LECTCREPOR HUSTONVILLB Ward Russell known asIlho Texas Humor let 111 deliver his famous lecture Lost Rib at Hustonvllle Friday eve sing May 15 Half of the proceed of the lecture will go to the Christian church at that place Following Is what the Eonls Texas Budget says about Mr Russell He is one of the sex men In whom the humorist tho pool the deep thinker and brilliant speaker are combined I TUB suggestion of Don Ceo M Dav loon that the governing authorities In the county of ouch of the two political parties meet and pIUS resolutions ap proving the Issual ot hoods for the pur pose of building a court house Is by far the best suggestion that has been mode In connection with the proposition By doing so the possibility of any effort by either party for political effect will bo completely eliminated and the upodBRO BARNES Is preparing to take withra to participants by Dowlelsm He passed through Now port en route to Breathitt to preach the doctrine of Dr Dowlo to the cltl zone of that county In an effort to re store peace and harmony among the fcudlsts Ho declares his Implicit hibea e lawless element in the State than n regiment of soldiers Advocate I NaI0most excellent sheriff several tern aomofcourse act on of tbo democratic party There aro tow more popular men or better demo crate In the county than Mr Newland and that he will prove a big factor In the race no one will gainsay He probably knows moro men than at citizen In Lincoln and Is well fitted oth erwlse to make a strong race for tbe nomination FEED oats for sale by Carson b Ponce WOOL wiii pay the highest price for wool Call and lot sacks now Carson k PeaselisI TUB delinquent list of 1002 will bo sold at public auction In treat of the court house on 11 1003 co cuuntyWE will close down a few weeks about tbo 20th Inst to generally repair I our mill Please bring us your grain before that time that we msy grind It for you J H Baughman S Co WOODS WALKER of Garrard Is es tabllshlng a considerable reputation as a fox hound breeder This week bo i vVaEXAMINATIONS Garland Sin gleton tells us that examinations for whlto teachers will bo held on tbo third Frl 3av and Saturdays of May Juno July and August and those for colored teachers on the fourth Fridays and Saturdays of the soma months PROQRAM of oratoricalcontest May 111003 Mlddleburg Normal College LItatlonMartha Dye song Misses Carpen er and Terrell Mr Carles ColYey oration Regulus to the Carthaginians Bransom oration The Soldiers ast Salute Elbert Wells soogMIss es Hubble and Terrell Masters Jeter and Terrell recitation Miss Mary Bryant oration The Storming of Fort Infernal Claude Ferrell oration The American Sailor Carla Coffey pantomime Coming Through Tho Rye eight young ladles oration The Hero In Gray Eizlo Gadberry duet Misses Carpenter aad Fogle oration Spartlcus to the Gladiators Willie Sweeney oration The Natural and j Moral Worlds Everett Stroud song Walter McKlnney and Miss Jess Coulter oration Supposed Speech John Adams on Declaration of Indo pendence Mac Fogle recitation Tho Spinning Wheel Miss Mine Swopc oration liThe North American Indian Mac Fisher instrumental so lo Miss Willla Fogle oration Th Battle of Gettysburg Eddie Wesley dudlno drill 10 young men pantomime Jesus Lover of My Soul eight ladles TUB uelmeeting ot the Churches of Christ ot Lincoln county Trill be hold with the church at Balls Gnp tour miles from Stanford on the Somerset pike Saturday May 10 at 10 A M All the churches aro ur gently requested to send messengers to the meeting prepared to make a report ot their condition and alto to mare a I pledge for the county mission work An Interesting program has been pro pared and dinner will be provided for all who attend Following Is the pro gram 10 to 1015 A u Devotional Exer elate 1016 10 101 40 Address C E Powell Tho Standard of Honor 1040 to llAddreG W Mills Gods Estimate of Man 11 to l130nepor of J G Livings ton county evangelist ChurchesrM 1 to 115 Devotional Exercises Eld Jones of Lexington 115 to 140 Conference conducted by B J Pinkerton Causo acd cure for Indifference to our County Work 110 to 2 Address WT Montgom eryAm I my Brothers Keeper 2 to 230AddrctsJ W Hagln Service tho Measure of True Greg nose 230 to 3 Sermon Joseph Ballou P W CARTER cbmo MATRIMONIAL Walter Marrlmon and Miss Besslo Whlto were married In Mercer John nays aged 70 and Miss Luoy Hannan 22 were made one at Harris burg Pa- Willie Webb and Miss Alllo Craw ford of Perryvllle were married by Judge Den Roach In the county clerks ofllco of Mercer Nowellnr Belle Lawborne at Yosemite by Eld J Q Montgomery Sunday Miss Alma Taylor daughter of former Governor W S Taylor was secret ly married at Indianapolis to Dr liar vey Gale Bohaanon ot Greenville this StateJohn H Meier proprietor of Dan vlllo European Botel was married In Louisville Wednesday to Miss Leah Stone of Lancaster The brldo la th pretty daughter of Mr Fred F Stono and Is a charming young woman Mr Meier is an old Stanford boy and Is ono of the cleverest In the State Ho Is a remarkwsuttees every n congratuson so a a Iwlah him and his long lives filled to overflowing with genuine happiness A Sanders L Co bought 163 1000lb cattle from Marrs Si Co of Anderson county at U JO Sanders L Walter bought 45 hogs from OIavo Goddard at SO 20 from Jim Forsytbe 50 hogs at ApI sold at from 885 to 8150 At James stable eight bead sold from 1110 to 1240 Harrodtburg Herald HUBBLE Sheep havall been sheared John Bourne has gone to Indiana Mr G A Swlnebroad Is on the sick t Eggs have advanced to 12c In our town Dank Ball lost two of his fingers in a tting box A M Luco sold a horse to D N Preltl for IUO Jack Spoonamore had a One mule to drop dead Mednesday G A Swlnobroad and A P Sloan hi plowCallloford were guests at J W Andersons Sunday Taro aro now two stores at Uedge and the court house will soon be Rev O M Huuyof Stanford will preach at the Christian church here on tho third Sunday afternoon May 17 at oclock Jack Spoonamore and Jim Huffman will furnish the engine for covering the rock lately put on the Rush Branch plko non Bryant will use the road machineMorris Spoonamoro has returned to- exington after a few days visit with parents Mrs Luther Underwood Is able to be out again Jas Engle man of Mlddlesboro Iwltb his many friends hero Mr and Mrs Silas Moss aro rejoicing over the arrival 01 a fine daughter Eugenia Miss Ila Rankin has returned to her homo at Bronston Ned Strong an ailed citizen of Breaihlit county has Informed Mrs J B Marcum that on Sunday night ho overheard a plot la a blind tiger sa loon throe miles from Jackson to assassinate James B Marcum on tto following Monday Strong says he sent a man to Jackson to warn Marcum but tho messenger laded to reach five attorney In time and was endeavoring theiwero a VaIAt Wayesvllle N C Charles Keith ofeWANTEDgwool wanted ut the highest market puce Call for larki We want your wool E Slc COItMAOK sit SON- lIulton1lIIe Ky A 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky lOttotrr Ut 011171HnUc11DI DR PI We Carter Office Stanford In DENTISTDENTIST R A Stanford Ky Omen over HIggins A McKinney Ston Telephone No 91 Will also UnJ the Wick Jack GOV DECKHAM at 810 Insure a living colt HelJiji hanJ Met thtte all anJ Is by ar A D A J A J ImpIfIlJlgoWhen mares an tuned with season money he takentwith stock D D CARTER Turnersvllle Ky SWEET WILLIAM My splendid mule jack will make tbe present season at my arm at the low price of SS to insure a living colt No better mule jack will be offered tor public service than this one For urthur particulars address E P WOODS Stanford Ky Sale of Valuable Property ON TUESDAY JUNE and tvo1 If mi sold privately before we will offer the well known Fisher and Herring farm for sale on th premises In Lancaster Kv to the highest The sate is made for the sole purpose of dlvlJln property Th farm consists of within of productive land partly located the Units the city of Lancaster with a trick residence anJ su ofI stantial buildings of alt kinds necessary to make home attractive and comfortable fronting on Rich mona Ave The land Iles well Is under goof fence and In the highest state of cultivation yielding stun dint crops of hemp tobacco corn heat bluegrass etc erty opInun3enlgneihoanyoneMR SUSAN FISHER NOTICE goodse I seepricebelw500 pale meni punts f4 00 pause for 3 00 300 penis for 3 00 I SO pasta for 1 75 3 00 paste fur 150 150 pants fort 101 00 tot Tic TSc pants for SOc SO mens 13 00 suite all woolu mer goods for 0 00 1000 suits tot 3 00 5 00 cults for 3 25 4 00 cults for 3 30 30 Boys suits 3 23 suits for 150173 suits for firesdLadles100undenklrtaToreScYSesllkglogItem for 8e lOc lawns for Tc 734o Pongee Silks for SXc All American blue and red irlntu at 41Sc 300 palm Mens and Womens Shoes S3 SO Ladles shoes for 3 00 2 23 ladles shoes for I 752 OOladlcsshocs for I SO I 50 ladles shoos for 1 33 1 33 ladles shoes for 10010 ladles shoes tae TSc Mena shoes from 00 pairDOYIIn proportion Itomember tbe above price are for Oath or Produce W P BRADSHAW Turnersnllle Ky Clothing Pointers Quality Fit and Workmanship n Should bo noticed closely he fore a Suit is pur chased All there points are important Seo that tlie coat fronts arc well stiffened so that they will set up well on the chest and not wrinkle back this keeps the lapels up in place whether tho coat is buttuncd or unbuttoned The collars should Ixs put on by hand The button holes should ho 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 Cloth ing made with PATENT SHAPE RETAINING COAT FRONTS Our values are tho best our fits are perfect See our large assortment of pat terns Cummins a McCl- aryCRITERIONT I I If there is a better brandof Clothing than the CRITERION I am unable to find them when I do I shall buy them as I always try to get the BEST The beautiful curvctUaml well padded shoulders the close fitting collar the form fitting fronts that prevents them from breaking All go to make up in my judg ment as goo- dREADYMADE lOTHINd as the market affords Prices i750 to S1750 Look at thorn and ECO if I am not correct H J McRoberts House Keepers Come to us for Curtain Swisses Lace Curtains Shades Poles Mattings Carpets Rugs Etc Curtain Swisses 10 12J aud 15 cents Lace Curtains 45c to 8500 Beautiful Bobinet Cur tins with ruflles of saute 450 to 500 Mat tinge lOc to 35c I Special Values in All Wool Carpets SEVERANCE SON CLOTHINGA Select Line of Suits For Men Boys and Children Also u Splendid Lino of TROUSERS all Manufactured by the very best manufacturers in the country Call and see our stock W E PERKINS Crab 11Ky W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of iFFFERdBest Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose n L r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Enttred n the pottoffice at Stanford at teondclnu matter Erabllha u3wSa45 cSaVII aT 11 PERYEAR CASH W When vat loratdoaoo will b eftaned KNOXVILLE DIVISION e 31 Train tolng North MM Mitta m 280 I m038 i23FOR RENT Uy storeroom recently occupied by Wm Beveranco Will rent torodoormoreyearsJ Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For Dar ains Fresh line of Groceries and Cakes Etc Just received Blghest market prices for Ac Giro him a call Goods turDig Unix of Dry Notions Gents DIShing Goods rte Jut added to my stock THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Board and nursing shall bo cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when services are rendered and must lp paid promptly Giboney PS Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Rigs a specIalty ljth Grade Horses and Mules Bought ana sold Feed hones receive personal attention TraHlor J icet DEALERS IS Whisky Brandu Wines Beer Etc Carpenter Otoelto DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt anJpoIlte ttitntton Nothing but the bes to drink Mill phone cr teKenph orders receive cronpt attention J D Wearer Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New the in the world Assets Surplus u regards pol cy holders O436O18 69 Farm property In Casey Garrard coin counties Phone 21 R B Maflony Insurance fluent 81871003512 Stanford Kentucky Insurance f06nt Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but the larg est and best companies rep resented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky PaP MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J R Beaileys Livery StableI q R ClL rf EDWRDS BLACKDRAUGHTTHE LIVER MEDICINE Wf J A sallow complexion dinginess biliousness and a coated tongue are common indications and kidney diseases Stomach and bowel troubles severe as are painbutthough less painful at the start are much to cure Thedfords ll1ackDrau ht never fails to benefit diseasoU liver and weakened kid neys It stirs up the torpid liver to throw off the and It isa certain of cholera and Bright s disease of the kidneys With Inforced Thedfonis Black Draught thousands of have yellow perfect health and have no other doctor than Thedfords Black Draught It is always on hand for use in an emergency and saves many expensive calls of a doctor Mulliiu S C March 10 1901 BlukDraughtfor to a doctor since I have been liking It It Is the best medicine for me that Is kidneytroubles complaints Rev A 0 LEWIS ewn 1 J1 1J tJA 1 For Sale Fifty secondhand sewing machines In good repair from O SO up MOUOAN BOONE Stanford Ky IL Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Ja La Beazley 8 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DLLZae to hrnltnreDlntUngsRngs they wlll Exchango Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ M cMY tTtNaER AXEB EMBALMER And Doalcar In UAUNESS SADDU3BY SO Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs ache11eartflseasebravelDropsy Dont become discouraged There II I cure for you If necessary write lr rennet Ho has spent a life tlmo curing Just sues cases us you rs All consultations Free- I had Bovcro case of kidney disease and rheumatism discharging hl matter Suffered Intenso pain wife was seriously alTcctcd with female troubles Dr Kidney and nl1kl1rho Cure cured UI buts P M WUEELEK Randolph Ia Druirclstii50 vH Ask forCnok Rook Free I ST ITUSfANCE CURE Sure Cure Circular Dr Fenncr Frcdoula NY STANFORD GREENHOUS- EEVERGREENSBn18am Fir American Spruco Arbor vitas Magnolias Floral designs on short notice Beddlnj and Vegetable 3 Plants of all kinds In season DIGNITY DARE COMBINED STALLION Foaled 1805 15 3H hands high weighs 1 200 pounds mahogany buy with black point and a In form with that wonderful style characteristic of the Chester Dar family so universally acknowledged as su perlor to all As a abow horse be has mad a good record winning In his class and Ic sweepstakes many blue ties In his 3year old form aro won 13 blue ties out of II shows In Central Kentucky In bar well gaited wilt handpuresaddle honelcan ebowmaklng a him harnels horso of the highest type Under saddle ht bold boat of line action speedy separating his galtea perfectly wilt knee necessary for an uptodate sire ml colts though young gre comIng to the front and fast ranking one of the heel which clue bring sensational withlongbone wits great I respectfully invite you to call and Inspect them before king your mares PcoinnEK Sired by famous Chester Dare No 10 A B II R be by Black Squirrel 58 he by Black Faglo 71 he by King William 87 be Washington Denmark 61 he by Gaines Denmark 81 baby racehorse Don mark F B be by Imported Hedgeford lit dam Lizzie Welchmont No 6387 A II U he bv William Welch 311 be by Rysdlcki Hambletonlan 3d dam by Abdallah Mes e 3rd dam bv Gills Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welcbmonts lit dam Pau line by Almort Forost 2883 WUllnake the season of 1003 at my stable In Hnstonrllte at t0 to Insure a living colt Mare traded or parted with forfeit Insurance and money becomes due at Vlme of such transaction Lien retained open all colts till season money Is Mares from a distance at 12 per month Oraln fed If desired at reasonablu rates All bills must be before removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive my persona attentions but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes D 8 CARPENTER Phone In Residence Iluitonvllle Exchango I LIBERTY GarenlD Is all the co now Hawk Wilkinson was In Cumberland this week buying stock Marble playing Is the chief sport with the loafers at present The cham plonablp lies between Jailer Brown and E B Kldd While the fish were thonllng tho first of the week several tried to see who could get the largest string but It seems that V M Lester won the boltW B Brown of Dunnvllle was up Monday on pension business MondBY was pension day and the town was full of old veterans haying their vouchers preparedThomas Cox aged 82 died Saturday and was burled Sunday at tho Mooro graveyard Mra Prewltt died Sunday aged 85 of nervous prostration Sbe was burled Monday on Rolling Fork- J K Carson of McKinney Bnd llobt Watson of Bethel Ridge were hero on business Tuesday Mrs Lizzie Hansford and Miss Eulo Toms of Phil were hero shopping Tuesday F J Sanders of Chicago Is ylaltlng bls slater Mrs Rome Wilkinson W G Jones of Buckeye was the guest oj O P PortmanW glnp and wife of Hartwe were at Dr Bailees office Monday M L Sharp and wife went to Hustonvl Monday Frank Wiser of Marlon wal visiting his daughter sirs Dr Her rln last week Judge Tliford nod Bud Glbonoy attended circuit court at Columbia Monday Hon Q C Godbey Is In the lower part of tho district can vatslngMlas Polly J Cravens of Gooso creek was tho guest of Mrs Mollie Thomas Dr Wince Phillips Is the entertaining gentleman of the town now He has scores of jokes and yarnll by which he creates many laughs Mlu Amanda Stone waa shopping at Dan rllle Saturday Hon C F Montgon ery and James Cowden were guests at BLustonvllle Sunday LAND STOCK CROPS ETC R C Nunnelley bought of W A Irubba It stock hogs at 7c FOR SALE Four yearling muteA1 W M Goocb Wayncsburg N C Hicks bought a carload of hogs In tho Mlddlebur section at 51cI Three fresh milk cows for sale good nee J B Albright Brodhead Ky2t FOR SALE 25 strictly good 650 lound yearlings Charles Lutes Stat ord Small lot of good cultivated hemp iced for sale Robert M West Lat outer 2t Will Llllard bought of Will Burke 1J cattle averaging 600 pounds at 1365 AdvocateThere only about 300 cattle on the Richmond market Monday Price anged from 21 to Sic Lutes Co bought of W M Brlgt 150pound hogs at Os and of C Vane ICOpounders at same John Cook sold to Dr Steele Bailey a mare for 8100 He sold the season to her to A M Pence for S86 Taylor Wilkinson bought of Fox LOlrao of Danville a pair of mules lor 250 and one mule for 1150 Green Lyman of Mt Sterling have purchased 1500 lambs In Clark county at 6c for June delivery In Clark T B Jones bought of Sam and John Pursley 43 extra corn fed leers weight 100 pounds at 41c Tom Stevens of county refused 117000 for his stallion Wads worth He says 825000 will not buy blm H F Hlllenmeyer the Lexington nurseryman asps that the peaohei were all killed by the terrific cold of ebruary 20 and that the frost of April 4 and 5 caused a loss of pears plum aod cherries Apples and the bust fruit promise a full crop GREATLY ALARMED By a Perslstant Cough But Permanently Cured By Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mr H P Burbage a student at law in Greenville S C had been troubled for four or five years with a continuous ugh which he says greatly alarmed mo causing me to fear that I was in tho- first stage of consumption Mr Bur balto having seen Chamberlains Cough Remedy advertised concluded to try it- Now read what he says of It I soon felt a remarkable change and aftet using two bottles of the 25c size was permanently cured Sold by Craig llocker The Caleb Powers case wilt not be- tried at the pending term of the Scott olrcult court When the case was caUed at Georgetown the attorneys lor- tbe defense submitted a that Judlre Cantrill vacate the bench This motloo was overruled and Judge Can trl11 ordered the case held over to tbo- 14th day of the term to enable the at toroeYI for the defense to apply for B- rule of prohibition Judge Cantrill said his purpose was to ascertain the eanlng of the majority opinion of the appellate court rendered on the last appeal of the case This opinion he dlcated was contrary to a long line of appellate court decisions Quick Arrest J A Gulledgo of Verbena Ala was twice In the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Sahe quickly arrested further Inflamma Ion and cured him It conquers achcs- and kills pain 25o at all druggists rt KINGSVILLE Mr WL McCarty will run his factory as usual this year and as usual will clear a paying dividend Mrs W L McCarty spent a few days with her family here returns Tuesday to Dr W B OBannons atI StanfordMr Mrs Mllford Vaught are at homo at Mr lions Miss Annie McKee Is an applicant for the posltlou of assistant teacher of our school thl8 year The doctors aro complaining of thc excellent health of the communlt just now Mrs J W Acton has been sick but is better Mack Williams aod Everett Chevoletto aro convalescing Dr C M Thompson and brother J W Thompson are making money In the produce business They ehlp anI Immense quantity every week D Flint does the buying throughout the neighborhood Doc Padgett is also the produce business and runs a ImaU store several miles from the station- J L Johnson and family aro thlok log of locating In Oregon Dr B F Walter and W W Walter were horo Thursday Hon Harvey Helm attended court here Saturday J Everud Crolghton spoof a few days in Lexlc ton and leis Sunday for his telegraph duties In Kansas Mr Chas EvaDI and family of Lexington have moved here and are occupying their new home Mr Evans who Is an expert machinist will open a machine ebop laterNew sidewalks have greatly Imprc ed the town Mr G A Walter elpe dally has made a splendid wide walk on his section of Main street and wlll continuo his Improvements ills store house Is to receive a fresh coat of palDt both Inside and out Mr Campbe the new mill man has offered to cut ud saw all lumber free for public 1m irovements of our town and the leadlt men are taking advantage of the Icn Drone offer The new mill rots out about two carloads of lumber per day with running expenses about 8300 to 400 per month Is brought In from quite a distance Made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each tight for two weeks ba put me in n teens again writes D H Turner or emp6oytown Pa Theyre the best In the world for Liver Stomach and Dowels urely vegetable sever gripe On1 5c at all druggists GALTON 12910 Sired by Oatnbotta Wilkes UGH First dam Daisy Field nnddamofAile Wkes i 17 Alletta 8 1511by Enfleld sire Ilx In 230 and the dams of 60 In 3 M or otter Second dam Kentucky Prince rlreof J Q 21711 Lemonlde2b1 and the demos of IS In the list Third dam by Old Joe alre of the dam of- J Q8IT Oambetta Wilkes U the greatest lIylnjt sIre of his age lIe has Its with retort from 290 to 103 having put 17 new ont In the lIt In 1998 leading of the groat free ills sons finddaughters have 161 In the list Gallon will not be a Court day oihlbltlr ore but will be at fny stable for torvl 2 mites West of Huston vllle at elo to Insure a live colt I have several of his colts from two to fouryearsold that cant be excelIt by any one stallion for size form style and action See them before placing your mares If a ware Is traded after breeding money I due Good grans at it per month aftc the tee of May Phone In residence Vf M DODD Huitonrllle Ky Terra Cotta This famous tare horse and thoreughbroJ staelu N sake UM Miion eqtal UM SUM of T Milt Eolea a re nee frem Gab Orchard Ky on Sun oroS puce at the exceedhgly low rrlr oj So to In- SIe a Ihrtee colt Un rsMls4 on cIt for Lessee II mars li tined or pirtej wok belle fang tile lenOR Is then diw MatH kept on IJ tress at h1- t1BOI1h Terra was loafed la tt4 16 hands and a LeahYhrrIt Alabama y nrewn DIck at dam Laura G- bv 1M Paul he Sam AMI C by 11- Glfnco il lam Scythtaby imp Scythian nth oSaM- Ann Unity by Yorkshire flh darn Argtntki y Bertran by Sir Arch c lite Terra Cotta as- a real race hone anJ won the fotkwlnc stake AII- wfIyearoloS h won the Clark A Thomas stakes at xinjton sat the Lakevtew handicap and Treoion lukes at Chicago At thre year o4J he won the SL Louis Derby ant Chat Green stakes the Distill SherlJn and Hrullly stakes Chkaco and Relic ekes Saratoga N Y At fouryears off he won- Ihe ISroJorf Ferchran Merchants rxhpu Granlt auntaln anJ Bay stakes tithes many purl es anJ over night handicaps Terra Cotta Is the tire of many goof winners Is a rare chance ror larmers to Improve their hone stock st snail COiL- Terra Cotta told atfouryears oIJ let R H UR6NAUGII I will also at same time and place tund my fine- mule Jack black with mealy nose at 8s to Insure tngcolt Conditions urn as th atov T TESTES Spring pening of- Wall Paper We ore receiving dally some of the handsomest Wall Taper that bavo ever been shown I n Danville many of which were Imported The prices range from the cheapest to the most expenponslve specialties These papers am opened dally and are on display at our ItOro and all the of Danville Boyle and adjoining counties arc invited to them Esti mates gladly furnished on all kinds of decorating and paint ing work done promptly dompctent men Paints and- 7indowGlassWe the best readymixed on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the closest market prices A E Gibbons 306 Main St Danville a Kentucky SPECIAL BARGAINS lj- ATKFOR THIS WEEK The New YOlK sloreJ Mens Clothing Fens Suits worth 85 for 8208 Mens 87 Suits at SI25 Picas 80 Suits nt 8G Mens 1250 Suits at 8760 Boys Stilts for OCc Ill Mens everyday Shoes OGc Mens heavy is I Shoes 8120 Mens Fine Shoes worth 8150 at 41 s Fine Shoes worth 82 at 8135 Mens Fine Shoes worth 8276 nt 8175 Mens Fine Shoes worth 83 nt 82 Mens Fine Shoes worth 360 at 8260 Ladies Shoes worth 8150 nt DOc Ladies Shoes worth 8175 nt 81 Ladies Shoes worth 82 at 115 Ladies Shoes worth 8250 at 8160 Wo nro also paying for eggs this week 12Jc per dozen The New York Store Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank 111 There should bo but one question to consider in deciding whore to tnko your Prescriptions and that is Vhoro are the bostJJrugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should he allowed to weigh against it When you do this vo shall expect to servo you When we fill your prcscriptiion every drug that en ters into it has the exact potoijcy the physician desires Our charges are just us satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store First National Rank Of Stanford ICy Capital Stock 500001 This Institution was originally established u the Deposit Dank of Stanford In 18J8 then reorganised in the National flank of S and again reorganized as the First National Unit of Stanford In 1851 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 Nrs It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing buslne s promptly and well than ever before In 1U long and honorable carver Accounts of Indlylduals fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited J 0 Paxton J n Owsley 8 II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Successors to The Farmers Hank Trust Company and under same fur years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping sueh builneu relation will prove mutually boneSclal IKU whOsoasssllmatwsisar StanfordIKy Officers J B IIOOKEU Irest JJ UoROnKItTS Ohr W IL WSAUKN Dk- prDirectors P ReId Danville B T Harris Stanford J8 hooker Stanford W P Walton Leztm ton K L Tanner U n KJrnoro Stanford 8 II lUaghman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II nauchman Stanford W P Tate BtaafordI LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK Q0OOOO Directors management continuously 38 Officers B n BI1ANKB President t J n OW8LKV Cashier W II 1IHIQIIT Asst Cashier i ycJarEyesjAro constantly changing and to guard against badlyFfitting Lenses you should Hays Them TestedAt least once a year Ifyour glasses havo become scratched by frequent wiping dont endanger your eyesight by sing thom They should bo changed as soon as you dont sco as well as you used to through them Craig Hocker STANFORD I NABOTH 10016 Standard Rulo O Record 210 Sired by Wnlslngham 2106 situ of Lat Itudo 2t7i and many others In tho list Wnlsingllam Naboths sire ls a son of Georgo Wilkes 540 First dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroo 100 son of Hambletonlan and sire of Elaine dam of Norinino yearling roe ord 2311 Second data hose staler toJames by Hamblutonlan 10 sire of Dexter 2l71 Third dam Jessie Snyro byharry Clay sire of St L Julian 21U BOlllno 2IO and 16 others that hmo produced 230 trottors Al byAmericanHAPSBURG 509 Bay stallion 101 hands high By Oloster 2tJ Imported 1st damn Jolly by Wonderful Boy HJ2nd by Preserves 822 tlrst dam by Trinket 5 Imp by County King 110 by Champion of England LOO 3t dam by Darnaby Grand Turk 3- 8NOTEYou can see that Hapsburg Is n pure brod Cleveland bay English Coach Horse Ho Is a mahogany bay with black points pounds drives wolf gentle and flno style and high actiondon show a d- mllo better than 3 minutes Any ono wishing n very high bred coach horso to breed on Standard lined mares for getting speed and action should see this horso Will stand at 810 to insure n living colt i t Will also stand a splendid 10 hand 1 inch jack at 810 for mares and 615 for jennetsMarcs grazed at 82 per month which in all cases must bo paid before aro removed Caro taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur kl BAUGHMAN Hustonvllle Ky Bring this Office your Printing a 1