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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e WI SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXiaSTANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 12 1903 SAM NO 21 NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I lIN Jobu B Johnson died at WII of meatier O Miller and Mln Dora Brown were married at Bsrbourvlllo Circuit court begun at Qarrodsburg L r yesterday wkh a Debt docket Wm Groif has been appointed pot matter at flush Laurol county Ninety per cent of the wealth of the United States la held by 10 per cent of the people Oicar Edgar and Wm Sprats are In all Harrodeburg charged with robbing Haniford Curry ft Coatore OIUcor Tim ONeal of Richmond wai shot and seriously wounded by Charles Jame whom he wai trying tot arrestEdward Q Fox of Danville hat been made ofllclal photographer for the Cin cinnati Southern between Lexington andSomersei The Anderson Newt has purchased tto prep and other material used In the publication of It and It prepar tleg to move Into new quarters Mre Fannie Sowder of Mt Vernon hat sued It II Mulllos a traveling allegedJdamagesLow Brown editor of the Oar o rodtburir Democrat has been selected by the Kentucky Press Association to prepare and read a paper on the Ken tucky advertising law at the next meeting which will bo held in Louis yule e W P Walton editor of the Morning Democat presented an organ to the colored girls department of the Ken tucky House of Reform Mr Walton gift U greatly appreciated by the In alltutlon at no appropriation bad been made for this purpose by tbo State Lexington Leader Mrs L T Stewart of Wlldle after an Illness of several month died last week For over six months that terrl ble dlieaio coniumptloo had been preying upon her system She leave thrett children neither one old enough t to hardly reatlae anything of a moth er lovo and the youngest la hardly a year old Tbo burial took placo Wednesday In the Henry Brahnamtn bury lag QroundMt Vernon Signal The big planing mill plant belonging to tbo estate of the lato Samuel Hard log at Danville which was to have been told at public auction was dlipos ad of privately by J L Bruce a1 ad mlnlitrttor and representative of the estate to James U Gentry and Allen Kennoy The price paid for tbo erty was 110000 In cash The no owners will take posiettton of tbo plant and begin its operation at once Last fall while fishing under Cook cllJfs Beddow Morrow dropped small pearl handle knife Into the wa tor The placo being deep no wai made to lad It Last week whit Meur It E McRoberti the druggist and W J Roman tbo carriage mao were fishing at the tame spot tho latter landed an S9lnch jumper Tbo two gentlemen bollevo In cleaning their fish on tbo river bank in proceed cd to scale and cut open tbo jumper They wero very much surprised to find a knlfaln UI craw but lUll more 10 when Mr Morrow Identified It as the ono ho dropped Into the stream lad t 1tall Tbo blades wero very rusty but tho knife is all rightCen i tral Record I WASTE WILFUL MAKES WOEFULWANT That old copybook maxim finds its moat in the waste of vitality whichcalled n burning the candle at both ends A woman is bydomesticabe awakens from this waste or strength to the woeful want of it She come weak nervous and miserable For weak nervous rundown women there is no better tonic and nervine than Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription It restores the appetite quiets nerves end sleep It cures local diseases peculiarly womanly which undermine the It makes weak women strong sick women well No doubt I hue forgotten me but after read m letter you will remember me Write Mrs AnnU R Morlng of jjl 7th Avenue 5to htr When I wrote to wu a could Dol walk down liedownlo myWOo- suen I could not Itet any- aase at all I had what was called tne best doe tor here but did pot get any better until I went through a coune of your medicine I took eight- Golden each of and Medial Usscov d teo bottles of the Pleauot Pefteta I tel you the medicine aide a cure of me Weak and sick women are invited to coasalt Dr Pierce letter rat All eorrespofideace is held aa strictly private V Pierce Buffalo Y Dr PittMi r Uta euro bWoaAees CHURCH MATTERS Tho Southern Baptist Convention deoldfid to hold Its next meeting In Nabvlllo 1 Thirteen Christians were killed and 18 wounded during the recent outbreak at Monaetor A Kansas City judge has decided that spoor church member has the earno right as a rich ooo The childrens day at the Methodist church at Preacborsvlllo will be tbo 6th Sunday In this month commencing at 030 A M An Interdenominational convention will bo held at the Christian church on Friday May 20 Tbe whole day will bo taken up with work that will come up and Mr E A Fox will mako three addressesIn 16 months Rev R R Noel has been Instrumental In saving nearly 100 souls within a radius of three miles of Drodnead Ho le pastor of the Urodhosd church and greatly beloved as such Miss Lucy Maban of London a wo manpreacncr la conducting a very sucoeioful series of meetings In the Methodist church South at Barbour vllle Tho church Is crowded to its full capacity at eacb service The Southern Baptist Convention began Its sessions In Savannah Friday with 1707 deltgates In tttecdacco Former Gov Eagle of Arkansas was re lectcd president Tbe foreign mission report showed great receipts Kentucky contributing 123241 77 PAINT LICK I HOT Boucher lectured at Mt Tabor Friday night Born to the wife of Mrt Alvah Adam a 10 pound boy Most of our people attended the show at Klrksvlllo Saturday night Henry Moore has greatly improved his store with a new glass front Mrs John Bright of your city is the guest of her parents Dr and Mrs S Ramsey aW S Fish our popular druggist s the best business roan n our town lie doe not get time to eat The shadow entertainment given for the benefit of the Methodist church was well attended and about 120 was realized R I Jennings has bought a half interest 1n the stock of dry goods bo re cently sold to Mr Tom Lackey The firm will now bo Jennings d Lackey Miss Luby Francis will give her pu pils a plonlo the last day of school itwIs hoped she will teach tbe fall school Mrs R L Jennings was called to the bedside of her grandmother Mrs Ada ams spout Saturday Sunday wit Mlu Annie Burke Ollle Terrill our Zilchemood Saturday attraction Mr Lewis Morgans chil dren aro all down with the mumps IA Farmer Straightened Out itA man living on n tPm near hero came In a short time ago completely doubled up with rheumatism I banded him a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Hahn and told him to use it freely and if not satisfied after using it he need not pay a cent for ItaO P llayder of Patten Mills N Y A few days Tatar ho walk ed into the store as straight as a string and handed mo a dollar saying give me another bottle of Chamberlains Pain Halm I want it In tho house all the time for it cured me For sale by Craig A Hocker U C V REUNION Now Orleans May 1022 Tbo Queen I Crescent Routo has made a special low rate for the benefit of the veterans and their friends who anticipate attending this meeting Tickets will bo on sale May 1021 good returning until May 24 1003 Privilege of extension until June 15 Ask your nearest ticket agent for particulars or write W C Rlnearsoo O PA In a freight wrec kth Illinois Central railroad at Harding station In Union county three trainmen wore killed and eight cars wsro demolished The wreck was caused by a mule on tho track Funeral Director to gentleman en tering doorAro you ono of themourn ors elry- GentlemanYee ho owed me 300 When yon want a pleasantphysic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets They aro easy to tako and pleasant In effect For sale by Craig A Hocker Goose quill pone and drying powder are still used In English law courts and tbo house of Lords and In tho French chamber of deputies J Soventynlao per cent of the popula don of the United States was born within the State or Territory of their present residence Tbo weight of the average babys brain at birth II a little more than threefourths of a pound r INEWS NOTES t ICOLLon continues trccordbrcaklrr advanceTwo ro murderers wero hanged at St LoulIAdmiral Cervera was gazetted a Senator In Spain Ufoi Edward Payne of near Toll Ind was killed by a falling tree Charles Schroder a brewery collec tor at Cincinnati committed suicide William MoCarty tbe wife murderer will be hanged at Lexington next Fri day Burglars brbko Into a store at Clin ton and secured property valued at II 000 George T Harris formerly a well known newspaper man ot Paducab Is deadTwo men wero killed In a collision between a motor car and a log train at Moultrle Ga An American oil tank steamer carrying a crew of over 30 men has been given up as lost MaJ Charles Semple a prominent Confederate and citizen died at his home In Louisville John C Qavcrooyer has Issued a challenge to trades unions to a joint de bato In New York Tom Cockroll says ho knows the as sassin of J B Marcum but this Is not the time to tell his name There Is a movement on foot In Lex Ington to abolish Breathltt county and divide It among the surrounding coun ties It will not be possible to bold court In Brcathllt county for two week to Investigate the aesaselnation of J B MarcumSeveral members of the family of Smith Fields wore though not fatally hurt In runaway accident at Fulton Tbe appearance of bubonic plague at Callao Peru is causing alarm and Guayaquil Ecuador has quarantined against Callao One man was killed seven others In jured and a building wrecked by the explosion of a boiler In a hominy mill In Indianapolis An electrical railway Is projected be tween Paris and Brussels upon which cars aro to cover the distance 101 miles In two hours Dr J H Musscr of Philadelphia defeated Dr L S McMurtry of Louis ville for president of tbo American Medical Association A mosque In which 200 Moslems were worshiping at Kloprlul was blown up with dynamite and the worshipers wero burled In the ruins The employee and the management of tbo Deerlng Harvester Company will fight out their differences Six thousand men are Involved Tbe conductors brakemen and yardmen of tho Mobile and Ohio railroad havo gone out on a strike affecting the system from St Louis to Mobile- A man giving lobo name of Henry Tharp surrendered to the authorities at Muncie Ind saying ho killed James Frazier at Jackson two years ago and had since boon a fugitive Tbo court of appeals overrules tbe petition for a rehearing for John Black the Louisville Negro sentenced to bo hanged on May 16for the murde- of his uncle Arcblo James In May 1002 Mrs Josephine McCarty mother o William McCarty who will be executed at Lexington Friday for the murder of bio wife died Saturday did not know a date had been sot fo execution of her ton News that Dr Adolph Loronz tie Austrian surgeon would perform fur ther operations brought 60 parents with crippled children to a Now Or leans hospital He was able to select only one child whom he treated for club loot Because tho citizens object to a Negro lettercarrier Postmaster General Payne has suspended service on rural free delivery route No 1 at Gallalln Teen John C Allgood the Negro carrier was hold up by two masked men and ordered not to make another trip Postmaster General Payne was notified of the occurrence and ordered the service suspended pending an In vestigation of the affair In an Interview at Jackson Judge James Hargls declares that there Is not a family In Broathttt county some one of whoso members has not been slain by Marcum blood Judge Hargls assorts that politics IB at tho bottom ol the existing troubles In Breathltt Ho declares ho has been persecuted and vilified and that republican leaders have endeavored to run him out of tho county Ho lays he Is a business man and bas been too busy to mix up In feudal troubles but that the late James D Maroutn was reared in an atmos phere of feuds Ho bitterly assails the reputation of tbe dead man and says that Marcum was generally unpopular In the county Judge Hargls snakes a denial of charges that he has been connected In any watwltb the assassinations in states that his own life has been threatened on numerous occasions t1 HUSTONVILLE- Miss Katherlno Alcorn will spend some weeks In New York Madam Rumor has another wedding loonI hogs lose of Tho hack carrying the picnic party to Roys Mill Saturday broke down and the party was after night returning The wool market hero Is somewhat excited owing to the heavy competi tlon Tbe price Is 20ic and the rise George A Goodo has a stray hog at his placo that the owner can have by proving same and paying for this notice and his keeping Dr Alcorn has returned from New Orleans whore ho attended the Amer lean Medical Association and witness ed tbo renowned Dr Lorenz perform one of his surgical operations A large coal oil lamp was upset In the Cbas Wheeler Emporium a tow nights ago breaking and the oil Ig niting looked fora moment like the house was doomed but he having a fire extinguisher close at lined saved his house and stock without loss Miss Nell Quick of Anderson Ind thrllllngly enthused the large audience at the Christian church Sunday by the admirable rendition of Jesus Savior Pilot Mo Her selection afforded scant opportunity for bor beautiful soprano voice but the scope was sufficient to show the high artistic standard used In sending forth Into space with a high degree of feeling those expressive tones twinklng like tbe stars and Inspired by the Almighty Giver She Is cordially Invited to sing again next Sunday THIS AND THAT The laundry strike In Chicago Is not yet settled The United States squadron was or dered to go to Kiel at tbe end of the monthA sheriff at Fremont 0 held back a mob from lynching three Negroes suspected of murder G N Benedict a Chicago court stan ographer kept his promise to his wife and killed himself shortly after her death A brother of Leland Stanford the donor of 120000000 to found the uol versltv bearing his name died In abso lute poverty In Now York Friday The republican State central com mince will meet in Louisville Thurs day to determine upon the method of nominating candidates for State off ces Fire of supposed Incendiary origin destroyed several hundred houses and millions of feet of lumber In Ottawa Ontario A man just released from a prison term for arson was arroated on suspicion Patrick Moore a Pennsylvania rail road flagman at Rah way N J found a cheek for 821000 that had fluttered from a car window The check was drawn on a Chicago back in favor of Mrs Isabaella Stewart At a regular meeting of thelSomer sot Commercial Club tho following oil cers were reelected for tbe ensulcg year O S Porter president J M Campr rer bornefIn Madison county on the charge assassinating James B Marcum at Jack Sherr posse who accompanied him from Winches ter On arriving at his mothers home Jott threatened to kill his stepfather who did not want him to remain at the bouse Sheriff McChord and his posse aca prisoner was taken to Winchester and lodged In jail The Best Liniment I have derived great benefit from the use of Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheu matism and lumbago says Mrs Anna Hagolgans of Tuckahbe N J My husband used it for a sprained back and was alto 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 always speak very highly of it and de clare its merits are wonderful For sale by Craig Jb Hocker Tom hates r out a war Irant charging Curtis Jett with the as sassination of J B Marcum at Jack son Jett bas loft Jackson aod Is be Raved to have gone to Winchester Officers are searching for him The telephone I can longer be le gaily used by German physicians In dictating proscriptions to druggists because of the chances of fatal misun derstandings By useof llqulfled gases ex tremely low temperatures In the neighborhoodof 392 degrees Fahron chit below zero can easily be obtained s 1 ECONOMY in CLOTHES Docs not consist in saving a 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 satiffactiou IT PAYE TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant rallunnic Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your iionev hack It youre not satisfied T o fflLLBH Danville KB Sewing Macipe Exhibit j Wheeler 18l Wilson Sewing Machine ExhibitAt Store Commencing MAY 4TH TO MAY 9TH- A Souvenir Given to Every Lady J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky rGARDEN SEEDS We have anlIMMENSEstock of garden seeds both in bulkjand package Wo have Burpees and Ferrys In built and Ferrys in package Sweet Peas Nasturtian White nice pop corn and the best varieties of early corn in bulk Plenty of yellow whito and hill onion sets Come early vrhileyou have full stock to select from Also good stock of northern seed potato earliest varieties of secondcrop Higgins MKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY I CLOTHINGA Select Line of Suits For Men Boys and Children Also a Splendid Line of TROUSERS nil Manufactured by the very best manufacturers in the country Call and see our stock W E PERKINS Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids WWben the liver it torpid and tall to do Its work the bUe enter the blood u a virulent poison Then como constipation bUloumeai lick headache even and malarta The only treatment that give the liter lust the right touch and taru Nature work in the right manner i IAVOlts LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIC PELLETS The ptU louche the liver and the pellets tone the V lyiteia 25 dote for 3 days cost S3 cents and un less your case is exceedingly bad you V will be well before you gold them Sample tree For oils at all dealers V Crab 1KYI l FOR SALE BY W B MROBERTS AT PENNYS DRUG 8TOHE r n et A H THE INTERIOR JOURNAL s E C WALTON W FRANK MC KINNEY Is cindlltt for the nomination for Sheriff of Lln corn county subject to the action of the DtmOuaUC rub THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sue Ject to the action of the democratic party Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Jnllg- eMCSAUFLEY For Commonwealth Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR t- oFor Circuit Clerk It J F HOLDAM For Representative J M ALVERSON To The Democracy of Lincoln County acknowledge In Advance ot a Ie gal count ot the vote my defeat at tbe poison the Oth and accept wltbout complaint the action of my party andI hereby renew my allegiance to Us prlnI clpali and pledge unreservedly my Buppori to my eucceeeful opponent I am yours truly M F NORTH keg TUB democratic State nomln ted Saturday Is as follows Goveroo J O W Beokhnm Lieutenant Governor W P Thome Auditor 8 W Halter Treasurer Henry M Boawortl Secretary of State H V McChesne Superintendent of Public Instructtoi J a Fuqua Commissioner ot AltrlculI ture Hubert Vreeland In the races I for Attorney General and Clerk of the Court of Appeals It will take the oOlclI al count to decide who the winners an The contending gentlemen In tbese races are Hone N B Hays and Wl lard Mitchell for the former office andI R L Greene and Morgan Chlnn for ie latter IT took a good many ballots to IUP I ply the primary election Saturday The I Fulton Leader which got them out says It printed 325000 and that the ex f press bill was on 10890 pounds Eac ballot Is 26 Inches long and when plea I ed end to end the entire edition would be 704160 feet or 133 13 miles Laid Oat placed one on tbp of the otbI er they would reach the enormoui height of 162 feet As each ballot hadII to be printed on both sides It will be seen what a big job It was and Its exe cutlon bv the Leader In the short tint allowed speaks volumes In praise of ItaI force and mechanical capacity TUB Detroit conference of the Na tional Congress ot Mothers favored unl 4 form divorce laws and denounced po lygamy In Utah It failed to define the divorce law which It would approve for the entire country Until we havu a divorce law In every State forbidding remarriage of divorced persons during the life of a divorced partner butt lit tie headway will be made In during the evil Statistics have frequently shown that more than threetourtbs of the dl vorces In the United States are secured for Immediate remarriage to another I person already selected TUB J primary election Is now a matI ter of history The democrats of Ken tucky have spoken They have named their standard bearers for the ensuing November campaign and now let ev ery man who Is a democrat or who claims to be a democrat nail the tick et to his masthead and with colors fly lug san Into every port and with one voice proclaim what they are Those on the ticket are all good men of In tegrity and worth for democracy will have no other kind and none need bee tate about what the result Is going to boo t HON VINCENT BOUEINO showed his strength In the railroad convention at Paris by pulling A T Slier through +1 Mr Sllers following was not the larg iteatby many votes when the conven wee called to order but when Mr U Borelng rolled up bill sleeves and went Into the fight every thing went his f way nWHEN the beef packing companies fined for violating the antitrust they didnt kick or appeal to high itwere They paid their floes and proceeded to reimburse by putting up the price ot 1steaks New York World of Sunday Is f have been the largest paper iJeverprinted It was the 20th anni b versary of Mr Pulitzers management and bad 136 pages the edtton weighed CO tons and cost more than 150000 lit 1 TUB State primary Ie over Now let 1t the State Central Committee settle the In this judicial district by call or better still declare Saufley and Mr Owaley the Itmuddle which they are Black defeated J J C BODell taUve In Mercer v r t ADDITIONAL LOCALS RAIN Is badly needed In some soe done it is too dry to plow REFIUQEBATORS water coolers Ice cream freezers etc John Bright Jr Co SWEET potato tomato and cabbae for sale cheap O L Asbley near TuratrlvUle3t TUB delinquent list was sold at auc Lion yesterday Sheriff M S Dausb man was the buyer at 145 50 WOOL Dont sell your wool uat1l you have seen D C Allen Hell live you the highest market price HENRV YODNCE aged died a Brodbcad where be and his wife were visiting Sunday He lived on the Ir O In Rookcastle IN duo time I will announce my candidacy for sheriff said Mr Samuel M Owens yesterday We agree with Mr Owen that there Is plenty of time yet to do so MR J C HAYS a good democrat and splendid citizen ot the East End toold ns yesterday that he Is being urged bv bee friends to run for jailer and that be will probably do so WE desire to ournelghb tad friend for their kindness to us luring our late Illness Their ROod deed will never be forgotten Mr a- lire John Brackett READ LirF Norths card He Is a democrat In defeat as well as In uccess Such men are In demand aad It will not bo long before the democracy will remember him again J 840 IN gold will be given to the 110 aere ot the 10th Annual Contest for oung ladles here June 10th This will be a grcatevent and wllldraw the earl est crowd ever seen lit Walton Opera louse THE residence ot IrVV P WaltoaI t Lexington was entered the otberI Ight but fortunately nothing wallI olon Entrance was effected by rale InJ a window to the dining room Two iher houses In the same portion of towa were entered the same night TUB young ladles ot the Baptl urch will give a green tea at the pct nage Friday evening May 15th An elaborate menu has been prepared aDd an abundance of springs offerings Ie cured and everybody cordially Invited Tea will be served promptly at 8 p m- SOMEJOHNSIflthe I Highland seeI n John Youngs daughter married Jobn Spires Mr Spires oldest daugh r married John Surber the next arricd John Bryant the third married Joha Hlatt and another John Is trylni with might and main to win the heart his fourth daujlhterI THE PRIMARY About 1250 vote were polled Saturday and the stereo typed phrase the election passed ol iletly tells the tale well The fol wing gentlemen carried Lincoln county by the majorities opjwlto thel namee Thorno 104 Chenault 526 Dos wortb 547 Bays 240 Fuqua 31 Vree land 2 Green 114- 11R FREDERICK J HOFFMANN RaveI 0 roll attended recital In Suntan Hall- lalt evening The program presented lame of the moat difficult pieces ot mu elo written difficult not only as regards chanlcal mastery but principally as too the conception and expression of- tbelr Intellectual and emotional con tentsClaclnaat1 Times StarIUR BUR ofBurnslde eo route to Stat ford to take the train to London where ho was summoned to- osrve co the U S petit jury jumped from the vehicle In which be was rld IDIl near Dwight Roots as the horse bltebed to a buggy occupied by Mra- Joha Murphy and little daughter dash el by running and kicking He caught tbe horse after quite a run and probably saved the occupants from Injury THE vote In the Legislative race wen ae follows Alverson North Stanrord 1 61 43 2 62 3- 0I3 89 38 4 54 12- Crab Orchard 1 68 3t II 2 99 40 ynesburg 1 58 38 2 61 32 3 5t 13 HUltonvllle 1 21 165 2 7 j0 3 40 59 Total 854 503 I You have no Idea how many people- call me up to ask the time said Mhe- Nettle Wray ot the Stanford Tele- phoDe Exchange to us the other day rhlle I Bon glad to serve the public In my reasonable way it seems foolish too be called for such a purpose and es- peclally when clocks and watches are sO heap she added Evidently It Is a calle of thoughtlessness and If the people generally knew how buy the telep1oae operator is they would aever- call her unless they really needed bel- Tbe business Is a most trying one on oDOe nerves and It would require a son with the patience ot Job t08ll ewer civilly and good naturedly all of the silly questions propounded COURT DAY There were about 150 cattle on the market yesterday aod prices ranged from 3 to 4c for the var bus grades The market was quiet Mules sold at S75 to S125 and Souther horses at 875 to 8100 look good at present for us poor farmers Wheat Is In good condition corn planting nearly all done and every thing In fine shape Started to plowing my first planting this morn tog Three cheers for Bcckbai Thome Alverson and Boswortb writes G A Swlnebroad of Hubble POLITICAL It Is stated that a special session of Congress will bo called about November I Dr Albert Alonzo Amos was convict ed ot accepting a bribe of 8COO whll he was mayor of Minneapolis Mayor Duncan of Lexington appointed Charles W Miller city sollcl tr tb succeed Walter S Bronston Representative Ltttlefleld has had complied a net of 800 trusts of the Unl ted States with an aggregate capita of 814000000000Pope addressed to President Roosevelt an autograph letter express lag his appreciation of the President iCllon In sending him a jubilee pros out Senator Foraker has prepared a nee elution Indorsing President Roosevelt or another term and will offer It as a Hank In the Ohio republican platform at next months State convention A T Slier was nominated on the 9th ballot for railroad commissioner at ihe Paris convention Mr Slier lives at Wllllamsburg and Is a law partner of Commonwealths Attorney J N harp In the opinion of Representative wanson of Virginia the presidential talk about Grover Cleveland will have tbe effect of uniting the democratic party and will probably result In the omlnation of Parker or Gorman Friends of John C Wood at Mt Ster nn2 are sore over the action of Cot reseman Vincent Borelng who made strenuous fight for Slier and to whose ifluence they attrlbutb Woods defeat 10 the republican convention at Paris William F Vile former Senator from Wisconsin declared In an Inter vlaw that Mr Cleveland would not be a candidate for the presidential nomt natloa He said be drew this conclu sloa from correspondence and talks wltb the former president J N Sbarp of Whttley referred to Caleb Power In the Paris convention that brilliant and bravegentleman It can hardly be said that the con Iracy the fellow conceived was a very Illlant one or his conduct very brave He got his tools to do the work while conveniently had business In Louis vllleLedD2ton Democrat Orders have been Issued for tbo mus terlnll out of tbe military companies at Midway Richmond Ntcbolasviiie Ty- rJae Monticello and for muttering a company at Cy nthlana Gov Beckham refused to Interfere the case Wm McCanv sentenced bra hanged at Lexington Friday The report that Deputy Sheriff 8el- vln J Ewen bad been assassinated ID- JackeoD was found to be Untrue NOTICE FARMERS Hubert Carpenter Actn the Brown Wire Fence Tb arest heel strongest most dunNe pig tight bull strong null high will sell high or tow fence or will tail by the roll tingle wires various stIes wires to suit purchaser Also dealer In the finest and best Plymouth chickens and tees Do not pats me byAm here to do business Life or Accident Insuranc apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Cor Mrer Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one best The Equitable stronges in the world Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casualty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Eatclle iWf Sired by Zllcadl Golddust 4100 by Oolddult 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by Xllcadl an Imp Arabian stallion Dorsey Oolddutti dam Florence by Oolden lingo Chief a son ol OotTs Morgan descending from Juatln Mor gan making him an Intensely Inbred Mar gan stallion the best family of road horsei known Doraev Golddunt U a dark bay full 16 hands and weighs 1200 pounds A prov en and uniform breeder of high close and Eastern horses combining all the qual ities for harness and saddle and are In de mand at Will makethe present season for approved mares at my farm iy mile from at 120 to Insure a liv InK cot Money duo when colt comes or mare parted wi- thQUASI 2127I- n French Coach Horse Stud Book of America also In Ropubllnue Francolto Havas Nattonauz No 1283 Imp by M II Tlchner Co In 1808 Winner of first prize at the National Universal Exposition at Paris France In 180798 competing with 60 stallions and unbeaten In America Color bay small star black points IfiX hands high and weighs 1350 pounds Possesalng both speed and action his coltaare breedy looking rangy uniform In color form with unusual step and action Will make tbe present season at my farm near Stanford at 110 season Money due when service rendered or fIS for a living colt Money due when colt come or mare parted with at hoc week on graN The repoityfor t l Mtai wrMarawrsrrw THE GRAND LEADER Figure Beauty I SecuredBy WetHoaTho Fashion HipModel I Perfect Sloe the result x ol perfect corsctraaklnsj Beautiful Fabrics Wo have n full line of this celebrated Corset at 8100 Short Straight Front Cantlll Cor set 48c NOTIONS New Shell Hair Pins the 25c kind 15c Back Combs at 10 15 and 25c Shirt Waist Pearls go at 25 35 and COo set Ladles knee length Ribbed Drawers 25c Ladles Drop Stitch Rose tho 25o kind ICc B LEVY Prors 8 LEVYMannpor WOOL WANTED 100000 pound ot good wool wanted at highest market price Call for socks theI want your wool E hCOInIAOK k llustonvllle Public Sale Having decided to locate to the West I- will offer for tale to the highest bidder on SATURDAY MAY It 1903 house and lot containing tea acre 1 mile from Hnitonrllle on lluslonvlllo aod llradfordivlllo Eleven room bouM conveniently arranged cistern and well near the door barn and all necessary outbuildings new Will also soil a 1bono wagon comparatively new and household anll kitchen furniture SIRS ELLA 9 ROSE NOTICE I If you think of building or repairing we can tare you money on your material AU kind of heavy or light framing length beveled poplar aiding Door hardwOOd elllngsi casings boss or cornice board veranda post and bracket bored and turned stairway i neweUi plaitcren lathes white ok fencing gum oa or chestnut boxing Write for price UUMlUUEV OROS lIartwell Ky MYPlease call and set 0111 complete line of Ladies Misses anti Childrens hats in rent of post office building MRS G SINGLETON Gilt Edge Jr SADDLE STALLION nark bay 18H hind highsaIdlehroorses Imself a breeder of flntclam no was sired Olh Edge bo by On Time tint dam by Denny Drcnnon 2nd dam by Jnstotta Telegraph better known as the lallatd horse Ollt Edge Jr will make the season of 1BO d my stable one mllo from Prenchersrllle 00 the rreacherTllle and Stanford pike at 400 to Insure a living colt 0 U ANDERSON 1reacheravllle Ky PRESTON 922Vol 11- 801ld bay black points 101 hand high fine style slate nr WASHINGTOH SI I dam Belle by nboderlek 101 2 damby Denmark Hello the dam of Preston was a noted bow mare It II needles to commend blm as he la one of the finest show horse le lentuckv Ills colts are coming to the rout and bringing startling price Preston will serve mares at ill 80 to In lure living colt Will keep mare on grave at 62 a month W n 1IUUTON Lancaster Ky EAGLE BIRD Tho winner of the 500 saddle stake at Lexington also the winner of the sweep lake premium at Lexington and winner of the at Versailles Eagle BIrd was sired by King Eagle winner of moro than 40 ties let ov Star Eaglei IOn ot Oabbells Lexington i 2nd lambs Denmark I 3rd dam by Harris Den mark 4th dam by son of Imp Albion NOTE Eagle Bird as a show stallion ores a breeder of hlgh class bone U unsurptus led Ills colts are In demand and arn selling for the highest price Eagle Bird will make the present season at John Ooolcl stable the barber of Stanford at the low price of 110 to Insure a living colt traded or parted with or bred else here forfeits the and money be ones due at the tlae of such transaction For further particulars call on John Cook taafordJCy WOODS BEOS Wt have just received from tho cck brntcd Paragon Shirt WolRt factor a largo lino of White nnd Colored Shirtwaists also atoll line of Ladles Wash Suits perfect fitting garments A Fine India Linen Whlto Waist tide White India Linen Waist colored Polka Dots U8o Very Flno White Oxford Waist very stylish iMer ccrlied Oxford Waist white or col ors 815 India Linen Waist New videband trimmed Monto Carlo front 250 India Linen Sultelegantlymado e2fiO 3300 5100 nnd 300 each We have recently added tc our de partment a full nod complete lino of Ladles Muslin Underwear a few spe cials for a starter Ladles Muslin Gems nicely made 4S cents Muslin Gowns Hamburg trimmed it cents Ladles Corset Covers well made 15 cents Ladies Corset Covers trimmed 25c Ladies Corset Covers trimmed Val Splendid made Skirt Hamburg trim med 480 SPECIALS 20 dozen Mens Fine 9100 Shirts goat 69 cent- sIpeclat Prices on- tleAs Clothing Dont buy your SUIT until you tiC ours wo have tho right kind EXTRA SPECIAL 1000 yards 10 Inch wido Hamburg worth 20 25 anu 35c yard as long as lasts goes at lOc yard In order for os many to share in bargain as losslhlc wo limit 10 yards 10 each ugtomor till nt II For Sale sold my farm I to highest on- TIIURSDAY MAY 14 1003 the following twith 10 lamb 3 sows terming Implements house bold and furniture 20 corn 25 bushels 2 buggies farm log all In repair and nearly new X In a new Sale to commence at 0 m at my farm IK miles from Lancaster on day of sale A K And OEO W EVANS b A Great Dollar SKirt If you decide to exchange a ctolUr fnf one of these Sotosli Peed coats you ll get greatest skirt valuthat your money ever bought In tbe first puce the mal better quality than you oouldIexpect In skirt at And then It Is elegantly trimmed with a very deep neat ruffle nut the best print about this garment Is the way that It Is made Every seam U strapped and there are no for the dust to hide Every stitch honestly and tiously taken sod jnever be bothered DIM and rents madctoordrr gar 1 4 ment Its price U only 1100 Tho best Underskirt made dust proof nifties very best of Mercerized Sateen Better ono at 2 andM See this lino before you buy CROSSETT SHOES A full line of LEWIS A CROS SKITS Mens Pine Shoes Wo can suit you it 12 250 W and ft We can you choice of Pat Kid ftPat Colt or Voloiir Viol lad or Calf Tho that fits the oyo and tho toot CO B black by Vlrilo yonnro figuring on house cleaning figure Where best goods are secured at lowest prices Our stock in New Matting Carpets Etc are second to none in Central t We will offer eight of the BEST RANGES May 1st at greatly reduced prices The 17 kind will go The 25 kind will go nt 2125 The 80 kind go nt24 lj Tho 835 kind will go nt305OT-he S40 kind will go ltJThe 50 kind go nt45O 1 You have never had such nn opportunity presented to you before 89 now is your chance 4 All stoves bo set up in your kitchen guaranteed l CHO H FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky suitable WEDDING And GRADUATING presents see W II MUELLER Jeweler Stanford Ky I TIS- EASY Public Raving will sell the bidder property horses 4 cow young sheep kitchen barrels wheat 1 tulkey Implements good tinder oclock a made known Dourne r the rliliof scarcely a this figure flounce and plain III ISkirt flOO fll 6300 give Box Shoo TH GRAND LEADERM wit- hWittaforaitiireCo tho the IontulkI RANGE SALE 1425 will nt3will will nnd Terms DiffkoltyAt demands of those who seek qualIty e order to reduce my stock I will tell COO lbof high t1 t grade Coffees at COST and proportionEverything perfectly clean See me and save money Eat more and pay less J W PBRRIN the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Ky J WOOL WflNTED f I will pay the highest mar is i kct price for G0000 poundsi of Wool Call and get t J H BOONE LIvert Feed and Sale Stable Depot BtH Stanford KIIt 4 I I qA r s I Danville KyIs1 r Tailored Suits Marked Down Wo are now offering our entire line of highgrade now Tailored Suits nt t less than regulnr prices Our lice isthe11 4cry complete and every suit is desirable and these prices should be very attractive 30 nil silk lined suit now 22CO 25 Suits are now IS 20 Suits are now 15 1050 Suits are now 12 15 our finest suits now 3250 a Shirt Waist SuitsMt775 Shirt Waist suits matte of White Wool Etamine pleated waist and skirt 875 Suits made of all Silk Fou lard 1175 Snits made of finest Satin Foulard shirred waist and leap shirred yoke on skirt Also black and white check Taflctu Suitspipcd in colors 15 Handsome black silk suits made of fine Penn do Soio Silk Special Sale of Fine Millinery I We will offer this week all of our finest Imported Pat torn HatH also Model Hats from Gage Bros and Phipps Atchinsons at but little over HALF PRICE Only ono lint of a kind and every one a Model 750ae Choice of twelve Hats that sold at 1250 to 15 each i 050 Choice of eight Hats that sold at 0 and 10 5 Choico of any lint that sold at 7 and 80 Silk Umbrellas Wo offer excellent quality pure silk Umbrellas in Red Navy Green and Black with fluky borders and Princess handles at 2 well worth 3- Danish Cloth 15cr Half wool with the appearance of a fine Etamine fast colors and washes well Colors CrQam White Fast Black Pink Blue Navy Grey Brown Write for samples t c Wash Silks 39c yardC Just received new line of best quality corded Kai kl wash silks in Black White Black checks Navy checks Pink Blue and Grey Stripes Linen Suitings t We have just received a new lot of 30 inch real French Shirt waist Linen in white at 50 and GOo Pure Linen Etamincs in white black and colors at 35ct All Linen Novelty Suitings in white black natural green blue and tan at G5c Colored Linen Suiting full 30 inch wide at 25 c white natural all lint n Crash for suits 20c yard J f- I I 1 1J2- a I Danville Ky e THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 12 1003 uletbonot coulddoprice which Is sleeve reasonable Pen cri Druz Store PER LSIMR WILL WHITE III Mns H B OOONE Is III of malarial taper MR W G JONES of Buckeye was flare Saturday REV ORLAND DECK came down from Madleoo to vote JAS T JONES was In Mt Vernon on builneis last week loIn It H TOMLINSON of Garrard was hero Saturday IpontSUDdayA D LEAVBLL of Garrard was guest of Lewis L Doty WALTER HOPPER of Central Uni versity was at homo a tow days MRS H RoWAN SAUFLEY Is spend tog the week with her parents In Dan villeMR JOHN W MILLER of Lancaster was hero on his return from the moun flees MR M O WILLIAMS and family nt several days with his parents at Vernon MRS MILDRED DEAZLEY and Dr W S Beizley of Lancaster are both corJAMES O ENQLEMAN came up from Louisville to vote lie Is well In his enadoptedMR AND MRS M F ELKIK came over from Lexington and spent several days with friends MRS JOHN ORIQHT ipont several days In Lancaster with her slater Mrs Slrapoo who Is 11 L D REYNOLDS Is up from Louis ville on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Cicero Reynolds V R COLEMAN of Thurmond Va arrived yesterday to visit and Mrs McD Royalty MRS J S REID and little son arriv ed from Lexington yesterday to visit her mother Mrs MCKlaneleShugars at Oradfordsvllle- MR 00 LEWIS of Wayne burg went up to London yesterday to serve a Juror In the U S courtwMRS MO MULKEY who hoe been UnderwoodleftArk PROF M D OUOIIES of Lancaster was hero Saturday telling about greet street fair which begun the yesterday JOHN HAOAN ALURIOUT Is the name of a little gentleman who arrived at the homo of Editor and Mrs E S Albright at Mt Vernon Sunday beS9cd for Mr Alrerton the young man reprclentathe JOHN H WONER who has been wit J R Beazley the liveryman for sev eral years and who bee made that gen tleman a splendid stable manager hat quit In order to denote hie entire at tentlon to the milling business LOCALS CARNATIONS at 40o per dozen Jo Cbrlitman florist Stanford CAHUAQR potato and tomato plants for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford I LOST a small gold locket chain Leave at this office and gut reward WOOL We will papthe hlghe rice for wool Call and ret sacks no arson l Panic NEW dress rood neckwear belt walet sets etc just opened come and see them Soho P Jones SOUTHERN German millet seed for Belo cheap Also feed corn and feed oats J H Baughman S Co- WANTEDA position at bookkeeper or salesman In a store Good rater0 0 ces Astor McGuire Stafford 3t HAVING put In water works I offer for sale a firstclass six hole Arizona stove almost sow P P Nunnelley THE vlllroboys did not their engagement to play ball ha Saturday Our boys will play the Lan caster team at that place Wednesday WE willaloeodownfew weeks about the 20th test to generally repair our mill Please bring us your grain bolero that time that we may grind It for you J H Baughman Co TilE gentlemen acted officers of the primary Saturday have placed the democrats of the county under ob ligations to them They got nothing for their services except the good will of their fellow democrats 1 THE star route between Stanford sad McKinney Is to be reestablished Pralsu the Lord aa good old Bro Barnes would say It will begin July 1 and bids will be received until June 0 for the carrying of tho mall It will leave Stanford at 030 A M and return at 415 P M The carrier will do some thing of a mall distributing business as he will leave mall for any of those looK the route who will prepare boxoi FEED oats for sale by Carson Pence o WIDE cluny laces are the latest dress trimmings We have them John P Jones onc015 men or women SalaryBfOto800stamp Box 72 Brodbead Ky FOR RENT Storeroom on Lancas ter street and law offices formerly oc cupled by W A Trlbblo Apply at WaltonLOIIOgtOaI 0 theSt470 acres In the McCormicK church Baughmanmaoegor o s IN the county court yesterday the probatedSboEdward E Eubanki Some settle ment were made and a small amount of routine business done thelectureday evening May 15 at 8 oclock by bumorlnTbeentertalnlcg lecturer The lecture to highly spoken of by all who heard ChicagoAdults UNDER a good picture of Bon Bar vey Helm of this place the Mt Vernon Signal save Tbo splendid and gentlemanly county attorney of Lin o4lcereInlie spirited one of the best and most- thusiastic democrats and In fact one the best all round fellows to be found muchlikecan be found right here and we belleyo the eighth district democrats will think the same way before many more elec tions have come and gone TilE Street Fair at Lancaster la in full bleat and large crowds are attend feerour WedneldayIIIwill receive a premium of 825 the best blKblchoolboreeold fashioned cake walk when a big prize will be given There will be FridayillSpeedySaturdayer The fat mans race will attract a big crowd Following are the entries Masoni0Bantln and W S Gooch Committee J C Hempblll John Conn John White L L Walker starter There will be a 100 yard dash beeldcwlth John Walk er Ed Doty John Anderson and Geo Smith At 130 1 M a public mar riage In Ferris Wheel through mega Cleansehgroom will be escorted on a bridal tour through the entire carnival I ALVEBSON A WINNER In the prl mary of Saturday Mr Jesse M Alver lon of this office defeated Hon M F majorityhprecincts in the countv Mr Alvcr vlctorvforpolItlclaDllo creditably represented the county In the Legislature twice and was strong andacan didacy the general impression was that teMr North would beat him a block But that Is where the people were wrong Mr Alvcrson bad given the race considerable thought and bad fix befotebllbe laid the foundation for an organiza flea that was well nigh perfect when election day came Instead of keeping a record of those who were for him he had the names of his enemies so to speak written In his book as well as upon his memory and some time was spent In convincing some of these of ofAllandrto his untiring energy end political tact Of course bo had frlen it to help him and to them he la exceedingly gratefulas Is the writer who has known Mr Al verson for 10 long years and for whom he has tho kindest feeling The IN TERIOR JOURNAL claims no victory in Iroodluckllovlng It was not judicious to do so but Ita editor would prove ungrateful friendshipbegood over the success of Mr Alvereon who la Injeveryjway deserving of the nomination given him While con gratulating the victor we confess to a lqulehedHavlnNorth In all of his races be known bow wo feel toward him and we are satisfied reolprocatedHe less party worker and his defeat of Sat himby t a Clothing Pointers Quality Fit and Workmanship Should be noticed closely before a Suit is pur chased All these points aro important See that the coat fronts are well stiffened BO that they will set up well on the chest and not wrinkle back this keeps tho lapels up in place whether the coat is buttuned or unbuttoned The collars should be put on by hand The button holes should be worked by hand Our large stock of Perfect Fit superiorityWe ing made with PATENT SHAPE RETAINING COAT FHONTS Our values are the best our fits are perfect See our large assortment of pat terue Cummins a McClary CRITERION I If there is a better brand of 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 curved and 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 ga- xlREDYMDF CLOTHING as the market affords Prices 750 to 1750 Look at thorn and see if Iam not correct Ile McRoberts HouseKeepers Come to us for Curtain Swisses Lace Curtains Shades Poles Mattings Carpets Rugs Etc Curtain Swisses 10 12and 15 cents Lace Curtains 45c to 8500 Beautiful Bobinet Cur talus with ruffles of same 450 to 500at tings lOc to 35c Special Values in All Wool Carpets SEVERANCE SON TO REDUCE exceedingly and other groceries from now until the 1st of June We are also agents for Englehards guaranteedcof fees try them they will please you Also have a full line of Shelf Hardware and Cutlery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTST- HE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of I WALL PAPER Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose tHE INTE IOR JOURNAL 1Jtatered n the patoffice at Sanrd icontieiaM matter obllahaTueaayywana3iridavm 4T r 21 PERYEAR CASH M When not 10paldeaCOm txcbarftd L KNOXVILLE DIVISION o14TnJniotng North 1I4Sam II Zeoco 2aIIoas II II South 12a7sm 023II 122pm FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied by Wm Severance Will wnt toroneormoreyeanJ Go To George B Harris 4 Crab Orchard For Bargains Fresh line of Groceries and Cakes Etc Just received Highest market prices tor nutter Kegs kc Give him a call Big line of Dry Ooods Notions OcnU Fur nlablng Goods Etc Just added to my stock THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is aU the year for the treatment ot surgical and chronic diseases and for con 4 Hoard and nursing iball be cash In advance weekly and monthly Prates sional bills duo when services are rendered and must M paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Kyt Drummers Rigs a specialty nigh Grade Horses and Mules bought sold Feed horses receive personal attention TraHlor JiccDEALTR3 IN WHlsku Brandu Wines Beer Glnars Etc Carpenter Gloseito DpotSTANFORD KY Prompt and pollle attention Nothing but the MS to dunk M II phon er telegraph or4ers receive prompt attentionI J D Wearen Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New largest in the world Assets 18710635 12 Surplus as regards policy holdere 9436018 69 Farm property In Casey Garrard coln counties Phone I R B Mahony Insurance flflent 2- 1Stanford KentuoUv Insurance flgent Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but theJarg est and beet companies rip resented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky F P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J RBenzleys Livery Stable ftJ JI W pt rfflEDtOR S BLACKDRAUGHTTHE LIVER MEDICINE u4 t +1sRtoa A sallow complexion dizziness biliousness a tongue are common indications and kidney diseases Stomachand bowel troubles severe as they are painbutthough lCs painful at the start are much to cure Thedforda BlackDraught never falls to benefit diseased liver and weakened kid neyi It stirs up the torpid liver to throw off the and- oi aqua It is a certain preventive- of cholera and Orients the kidney reinforced Thedfords Black Draught thousands of persons have yellowfever perfect health and have no other doctor than Thcdfords lack Draught It is always on hand for use in an emergency and laves many expensive of a doctor Mulllni S C March 10 1901 BlackDraughtfurthreeyursandthevenothadtogo to a doctor since I have bun taking It It Is the best medicine for me that Is kidneytroublescomplaints Rev A 0 LEWIS 11li 1 r rt 3 sa cssa at For Sale Fitly secondhand sewing machine In good repair tram 12 MOKOAN DOOmBtanford Ky Na C RUPLEY the Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Ja L Beazley Co I Undertakers and- Embalmers 1L8O DBALIU IB FurnitureMattingsRugsThey kinds of Stock a call Prlcee right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ G+ McGbMY UNDERTAKES EMBALMER And Dealoar In I 3ABNESS 3ADDLBBY ace Stanford Ky DR FENNE- RSKIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Also Dropsy Female Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you If necessary write Dr Fennel lie has spent n lire time curing Just suck cases 03 joura All consultations ree I had severe case of kidney disease and rheumatism discharging mutter Suffered Intonso eItowasctlousl7 affected with tomato Ifldney and Ilnckalho Curo cured us both PM WHEELEK Randolph Ia- Dnlxglsa1OtH Ask forCook Book Free STVITUSDANCE TroublesCURE Cure Circular Dr Fredonla NY STANFORDGREENHOUSE EVERGREENSBalsam Fir American Spruce Arbor vlta8 Magnolias Floral designs on short notice Bedding and Vegetable llants of all kinds In season Phone 3 NABOTtt JR Naboth Is a beautiful dark bay with heavy mane and tall with good bone plenty ot style and finish and leas extreme high actlo and If worked would step as taut as old Nabotb his sire He Is over 16 bands high weighs 1125 pounds and only 4ytarsol this May He Is by the wellknowi Nabotli Flat dam bv Messenger Chle Jr second dam by Crtt Davis thin dam Thoroughbred Nabotli will make the season of 1903 at our stable In Stanford at the low price of 812 50 to Insure a living colt Money dne when colt Is foale or mart parted with Mares traded 6r removed fron this county forfeits the Insurance and the money U due J R BEA2LFY Stanford Ky KING EAGLE King Eagle Is 15 hands 3 Inches hlgb dark bay goes all the gaits with plenty ui speed style and action sired by 1st dam by Eagle Bird 2nd dam by Red Lion Jrd dam by Harris Denmark Millers Denmark 4th dam by Jim Dells thoroughbredNOT King was sired by tile great On Time and Is a brother to the great Hll vei King and Allle 0 the great show mare that sold for 81000 King ffagles 2nd dam Is the dam of Minnie Iloyd Jho great show marts that Matt Cohen won everywhere with In 180S and sold for 8500 King Eagle will make the present season of 1003 at mp stable 2S miles west of Stan ford on the Shelby pike at the low of 110 to Insure a living colt Will also stand the great mule and jennett Jack lillly Keene at 810 tor mares 820 for Jack colt and 810 for Jonnett colts to Insure u colt Keene was sired by the importedialermotho sire of Joe Blackburn and Brlgnolta Hilly Keene stands full 18 hands black with white points sad as a breeder lie Ii unsurpassed as a mule or Jennett jack Ills colts show for themslpes Wilt also let that Jim Keene serve a few outsidemaresat5totolnsurolivingcolt- Mares traded parted with or bred else where forfrlu the Insurance and money becomes duo at the time of such transaction For further particulars call on or sddcss T HARRIS Phono 72Wng 3 Stanford ICy LAND STOCK CROPS ETC F W Turner lost by death a floe Jersey cow John E Madden sold four colts by Mirthful for 190000 E It King soul to E P Woods 11 135 pound hogs at 6 60 D N Prewltt bought a very aged pair of mules hero yesterday for ISO Yearling Pedro Jersey bulls for sal Best and cheapest F Reid Stanford Ky2tG II Wlllcorson sold to T M Arnold of Garrard here yesterday 16 yearlings at 126 J M Itobextt sold 102 sheep hero yesterday for 1234 and bought eljtbt yaarllnga for ISO T W Jones came over from Kenton county and bought carload or 20011 bogs at Sic to 6c G W Lunsford sold to C Vanoy a 730 pound steer at 4o and to Adai Pence 10 heifer at 305 T M Gattaklll of Lexington bougb or Fox Si Logan a tine pair of flyoyeai old harness geldings for 8550 A W Carpenter sold to H P Hawkins a yearling Polled Durham bull for 1100 and to a Gutbrlo party a calf of same stock for 165 The Khedlva of Egypt la fond of hon ev and has the most costly set of harness In the world It was manu In Eos land coat 10000 and la for four boraci F Held refused yesterday from Matt Cohen 1000 for his good colt Gold Chief full brother to Jack of Die moods which horao recently told for 3000 G W Lunaford bought of David Eu banks a pall of black mare mules for 210 and sold them to B G Gover for 235 Ho also sold Mr Gover two mill cows for 6260 One of J K Baughmana fine jennet has twin jack colts which are attract log much attention In the West End They are both fairly good size and give promise of long life The cattle king of the Western plait I la passing away forever A few year ago theta were nearly 100 mtlllonaln exclusive cattlemen In the Southwest Now here are but 30 J M Roberts baa Bold In the las month 140 cattle at 2o for plain butch er stuff to 4Jc for yearlings and two year olds He also sold 50 hogs at 615 and bought 100 sheep at 12 to 13 60 Gunfire won the 12th running of the Metropolitan Handicap at Morris Park before 45000 cheering spectators wbi made Mr Whitneys swift filly tbo favorite In the betting With T Burn In the saddle she went the Wither mile In 1391 breaking the record bone second and the record for tbe race An official estimate made of the for est area of tho United States puts It at 700000000 acres Had the forests beer Intelligently managed the amount of mercbantable timber In them would be 10 times as treat The science of for retry Is now taught In more than 40 schools Yale and Cornell Unlversltle and the special college at Btltmore N C have advanced claaaes and give degrees In forestry The Virginia Legislature appropriated 8200COO for the Jamestown Ter Centenary Exposition for which thi United States government will be asked appropriate 5000000 or more f you do not know what the TerCen enary la to celebrate It can be brloQi tatcd as follows On Saturday Dec 20 1000 three small vessels tbo Sarah Constant of 100 tang burden commanded bv Admiral Christopher Newport a sailor famed in the ware with Spain tbo Goodspeed of 40 tons CI1- Ptaln Goanold vice admiral and the Discovery of 20 tone Captain HatcllfTo ailed from London with 160 souls ad enturera and marines Proceeding byway of the West Indies the voyagers paned within tbe Virginia capes on April 26 1607 Here they anchored and landing at Cape Henry they set up- a cross on April 29th and afterwards proceeding UP tbe river came to a place selected for their resting place and beretben on May 14tb 1007 now styled May 21lh was the beginning of- tbe settlement of Jamestown e J Plerpont Morgan hall hts eyes On Germany were told That glorious continental prlzo Richer than mines of gold He covets Kaiser Willies throne And seize It yet be may- A strenuous expander Is The mighty J P M- The worlds an oyster and tie his I However some condemn Ob had you riches all unknown A hundred million aav Would you be satisfied to own The U S Eh Post Dispatch Aiquarreldeplorable And yet not wholly eo For Della la adorable When making up you know And so I play my part with her I like to see her rage For JI1akln ups an art with her She learned It on the stage 1 a S Keep not back a word of kindness When the cbanoe to speak It comes bough It seems to you a trifle Many a heart tbat grief benumbsI Will grow atroug mad brave to bear It And the world will brighter grow Just because tbe word was apoken Trlltyou will find U ao v- ttWtleir OTTENHEIM I Wm Anderson sold a mulo to Anac Green for 125 Wm White Jr who has boon quit III Is considerably better Jack Manuel boasts of being the firlt man In this neighborhood to plant corn Ho planted five acres tbo latter part of March Farmers are too busy now for any thing They are making use of every minute of time Tired horses and tir ed men are all the talk S J Pollard our clever barber Is doing a thriving business and all wh want a clean shave or stylish haircut would do well to RIo him a call Charley Lawson Is visiting his eon Joseph Lawson Joe Coleman of Cln clnnatl Is paying his father and moth er Mr and Mrs Skelton Coleman a visitMrs J Langrafa brother who la at Invalid la paying her a visit and will probably make It his future homo Mist Mary MoKloney la vlsljlng relatives Ic I GarrardClarence Woods and wife Elmorc and Ledford Slier havo returned iron Indiana where they have been since last all They say Kentucky la the best State yet Chas Enslin Is going to resign ai postmaster at this place and If bo doer Mr Eugene Schanzsnbacb going tc apply for it We believe It would suit the entire community aa bo U a clever old gentleman Hiram Kldds little boys have a nice pet In tbo way of a young raccoon They caught It when It was about a week old and brought It home and prevented It to their old cat who readily adopted It and now It Is pursing her- od doing well and seems to enjoy and admire Its now foster mother FAIR DATES The following is the list of fair dates xtd for this year Richmond July 13 0 days Crab Or chard July 24 days Georgetown July 28 4 days Cynthlana July SO 4 days Huitonville July 29 3 days Danville August 4 4 days Madlsonville August 4 days Brodbead Aug 9 3 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Creole August 18 4 days Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Liberty Aug 10 throe day a Bhepherdsvlllo August 25 4 days London Aug 26lhfce days Somerset Sept 14 days Bardstown Sept I S days Elizabolhtown Sept 84 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Owcniboro Kentucky State Fair Sep ember 21 0 days MATRIMONIAL John Hagcrmin ailed 20 was mar rled at Eufala Ala to Mrs Jane lugbee aged 02 President Roosevelt bad moro fun than a school boy at tho wedding of Senator Cook rolls daughter joked 1tb the glrle shook hands with the matron and exchanged jollying ro ntrkV with the young and old men At the wedding breakfast ho mado a short speech In which bo astonished everybody by saying that although Ileeourl la a splendid State he could tot think of living there No be said with a twinkle In ble eye I wouldnt Ivo there If I could because I think 10 ouch of Senator Cockrell and admire ilm so greatly that I dont see bow I could keep from voting for him and aa ho la a democrat you know that would over never do II Mr Joseph Pominville of Stlllwattr linn after having spent over 92000 with the heel doctors for stomach trouble without relief was advised by his drug glsl Mr Alex Richard to try a box of Ibamberlaina Stomach and Liver Tab its Ho did so and la a well man today If troubled with indigestion bad taste In the mouth lack of appetite or constipation givo these Tablets a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with Ihe result For sale at 25 cents per box bl Craig Hockor 0 B PRICE Surgeon Dentidi Stanford Ky JlleoTUcBobertal Drat Store Intbo Oxeley UaUdlof DR PI WI Carter DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers House Flats R A JONESDENTIST I Stanford Ky IOfflcn over Higglna do McKinney Store Telephone No 0- 1UMBRELLAS Kecoverod and repaired and made almost as good as new for a snail amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give mo a trial FRANK ATKIKS Stanford I l SPECIAL BARGAINSF- OR THIS WEEK AT The New York Store Mens Clothing iiarcns SiiiU worth 85 for 8208 Mens 87 Suite at 8425 7DO UO 8 llenvTShoes Jl Fine Shoes worth 82 nt 8135 Mens Yule Shoes worth 276 at 8176 Mena Tine Shoes worth 8S nt 82 Belie 1ino Shoes worth 8300 nt 8250 Liulios Shoes worth 8150 ntOOo t Ladies Shoes worth 8175 at 81 Ladies Shoes worth 82 at 81H5 Ladies Shoes worth 8250 nt 8150 Wo are also paying for eggs this veck123c per dozen The New York Store IKUNext Door to Lincoln County National Bank Who Shall nil 111 aIltes rlnlltter There should bo but ono question to consider in deciding 3 whero to take yolir Prescriptons nUll thnt is Where are the best Drugs lull most accurate compounding to bo 1817 No motive or influence should he allowed to weigh against it When you do this wo shall expect to 8CIC- ou When we fill your prcscriptiion every drug that ontters into it has tho exact potency tho physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory our service E e r Pennys Drug Store First National Bank or Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as tho Deposit flank ot In 18JS then reorganized as the National Hank of Blantord In 1881 and again reorganised as the Pint National hark of Stanford In 185J having bad practically an unlnter rnpte3 existence for la ears It la better now with facilities for transact InebuilneM promptly and well than ever before In 1U long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited n II JB Taxton J H Owsley L II Shanks W O Walker Gee W Cuter sonBoae to The Farmers Hank A Trail Company and nrtder same II years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK fi ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations with prove mutually beneficial StanfordtI Officers MonoriRUTS MelC1DnOy Stanford Ilangbman Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STCfCIC 9SOOOO Directors management continuously- for Officers Cashier CJ IrEyes t changing to guard against badlyNlilting hensts you should Have Them TestedAt least once a year Ifyour glasses have become scratch ed by frequent wiping dont endanger your sight sing them They should bo changed as as you dont see as well as you used to through Craig Hooker PUBLIC SALE I Having decided to In other business I will on FRIDAY MAY 15 At McKinney Ky tell to the highest bid der my livery stable and blacksmith hop OonUDt of stable aa follows head of hones some ot which are good sale hon es two drummer wagons one good as now four boggle two almost aa good an new one surrey good an new one break cart one twobone wagon with body four sets doublo haroesn five late buggy harnei rug tools etc one A A harrow one extra good milk cow lisle begins at 0 oclock Terms mado known on day of sale JOHN COULTER 1 Salt of Valuable Property ON TUESDAY JUNE anJ egos If not sold privately before we will offer the wellI known Fl hf anJ Herrlne term for sale on the premises In Lancaster Kv to the highest HUer Th sate U mate lor the iOl purpose ol dlvlJIne tht property The farm consists ol a60 acres ol highly rroJuUve ImJ partly located within the llmlu ol ol lancaster with a brick re IJenc and sub- atantlalbutliingsofall klnJi necessary to make a hone attractive and Irgntlnjr on Rich tnonl Ave The land lies well Is under good ftnte and In the highest stats of cultivation ylelJIne abun dint crops of hemp tobacco corn wheat blue gras etc There is no better soil or more valuable prop In Central Kentucky It Is well watered TERMS easy and made known by tr undersigned who will take pleasur la to anyone MRS SUSANISHER Ky 3 B HOOKHK Press J J Car W H WEAIIR flk- prDirectors 4 F Ueld Danvttit B T UarrU Stanford J S Hooker Stanford W P Walton L ilocUin K L TaHer M D HIre8 II Stanford T P urn Jai Robinson Hubble J It Ilaughman Stanford W T Tate Stanford s II BHANKeVmldtal a J H OWSLKYOathtsr a W M IIHIOIIT Ant Are constantly lull eye by soon them engage Several STANFORD IBLACK HAWK JR Is sired by Illack Hawk No1 IS bands high black with mealy points good bone and length end ono of the finest style jacks t 4hookmoneydueJOUN O KERR The Combined Stallion DUKEofRICHMONDe VIII make the season of 90J at my arm one m0e livvingcoltt1eMoneydue dueDrscklprloa wllhbestUmMrJim II 1 I 4ambyNOTE Turn Covlneton Is a combined horse with a nlDukeEmbryLexington 1 e well bred Is In JLckJimJack as there U In th county I have both yearling and suckling colts to show teusoyou uethere Is no lUk In breeding to this Jack- R S SCUDDIR McKlnney r l