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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j fJ iSflMI= INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 15 1903 8 A M NO 22IILIBERTY Wm Marplti of Pnll was vlitiloe here Tuesday Tho democratic primary passed off quletlytlhoro being a small vote oat Several of our younctor attended tho oratorical contest at Mlddltuurg Monday night Tnero will be a ohlldrona day exer cliet at tbo ChrUUan ohuroh the third Sunday In Juno Dr O Dunham and M N Master of Dunovlllo attended the Masonic meet lag hero Saturday Prof 1 S Flanlgan hat moved to this place from Htthel Hideo He hoe boon employed to teaoh the town school Mlttei Mary Carpenter and Edna Cadz of Uuilonrlllc accompanlod MlI Julia Stave home Saturday Judge Ueldcn has gone to hit farm lathe country for recreation Mr John D Drown and Miss Dora went to Stanford Sunday W D StanK WM at Dunnvllle Saturday Drummer Joe P Wllklnion li In tbo State of Pulaikl Ibis week lollalllng orders for his grocery houso Uawk Wllkln ion attended the itooc sales at Stan ford Monday J Watt Drown and Dick Young have been on the sick Hit for toveral dayi 0 H Dartlo was at Dunnvllle Monday A P Young and Chat Montgomery wont to IluttoovHU Sunday and did not return till the chickeot crew Their friends here are beginning to think serious about their numerous vlilu to that attractive place Mluei Lucy Dell Nannie and Maggie Robert were up hero last week from Dunnvllle Mrs M K II urn ph rev and daughter of this place are vliltlog at Klrablo at pretent Mri Molllo Thomas and tone Ad and Oils visited relative at Phil and Dunnvllle last week tIN Lola Montgomery hm returned homo from Oleovlllo Send BynolosoGirl- Aa Rut Side druggist Is preparing a unique scrap book It contains the written words of some ouitomeri of for olco birth and these orders aro both amusing and curious Bore are some that are copied from the originals 1 have a ante pain In my oblU diagram Please give my son some thing to relieve It Dear doctor pies glf bearer five seats worth of Auntie Toxyn for gals babts throat aid oblige Mr little baby has oat up Its fath ors parish platter Send an ancodoto quick as possible by the enclosed girl The child Is my little glrld I send you five cents to buy two sties powders for a groan up adult who Is sick You will please give the little boy five cents worth of cpocao for to throw up in a five months old babe N B Tbo babe hat a sore sommtok Now York Press Mr Joseph Pomlnvlllc of Still water Minn after having spent over 2000 with the best doctors for stomach trouble without relief wee advluil by his drug gUt Mr Alex Richard to try a box of Chamberlains Btomaoh and Liver Tab Jets He did so aad II a well man today If troubled with Indigestion bad taste in the mouth lack of appetite or oooatlpv tioB give these Tablets a trial and you are certain to be more than pleated with the result For sale at 26 cents per box by Craig A Rocker Mayor Low of Now York Is telling an incident that occurred wbllo ho was visiting ono of tbo State prisons in com pany with a clergyman The good man stopped at the cell of a burglar and asked solemnly My poor erring brother have you any hopes for the fu turo Naw asnwercd the prisoner with deep dejection Dy the time 1 gnu out of this blasted lall Ill be too old to break Into anybodys house a A Vbltcsburg dispatch says Great excitement prevails over the shooting of Ell Lucas by Mrs Frances Adams daughter of William J Dates The Lucas faction threatens to kill any member of tho Dates and Adams faction un sight Dates and Adani follower are heavily armed and bloodshed U expected J Quick Arrest J A Gullcdgc of Verbena Ala was twice In the hospital from a severe case of plies causing 24 tumors Alter doctors and all remedies failed Duoklens Arnica Salve quickly arrested further Inflamma tion and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25o at all druggists Gov Deckhnm bas rolused to com mute the sentence of John Black the Negro murdnrer of Louisville who will bang this morning Andrew Carnegie has sent as gifts to the Lexington Public Library Ova cop Ice of the original Declaration of Inde pendenceBweeden exported 20000 tons of but to England and Scotland last year atJbome KINGSVILLE I Farmer aro quite discouraged at the Impending drouth- Youroorrepondenthas a small but Interesting muslo class Dan Hester has fresh lemons banana oranges oto for sale at tho lowest market price A Mr Warner of Casey county bought of John Lee a farm of about 80 acres for 8800 It Is said to bo a settled fact that Vo are to have tbo round bouo here We fool sorry for Somerset Hen Vest shipped 10 bushels of strawberries to Cincinnati Wednesday from which bo cleared about 120 Tbo section hands struck Wednesday for nine hours and 1135 per day They bad been getting 8110 for 11 hours work They accepted a compromise of 116 and 10 hours I Mark Williams continues Inaserloua condition Ho has hone eryslpslas and the doctors will perform an operation on his arm fdnijnd Murphy suffered an attack of Illness lau week Mrs Margaret Williams cow wan dered aWAY and she was compelled to offer a reward which she did when the cow was promptly returned and the re ward of 16 claimed and received Rev Davidson Oiled his appointment at Pleasant Point Sunday sod a baptiz ing of one convert took place In the evening Rev Davidson held services at the Christian church Rev Jones of Lexington Is expected next Sunday to fill his regular appolntmiut at tbo Christian oburcb- Congratulations for Mr Jesse M Al vereon our next representative hay log beaten as good a man as his opponent the nomlneo of the opposing party will stand no chance In defeating him The democrats In this section will sup port the nominee Hone W S Durch and Dledsoe Dalley were M tbo Hotel Pennybaoker recently Mr U M Waite Supt C S was hero Thursday Jas North of Frankfort at ono Limo sUtlon agent here was hero Friday J B Crelgbton has a situation as tele grapnor at Corinth Miss Stave FoOl colds of tbe C S was hero Saturday Clarence Dunn of the C S Is spend loa a few days with tbe bomefolks Miss Ora Williams of Kubanks Is the guest of friends and relatives hero MlssOertrude Davidson wentto Waynes burgMonday CloeroGooebof Waynes burg was here Saturday We asked such a good democrat who ho yotod for Saturday and ho said be didnt vote at all being under the Impression that the polls did not close uuill ft oclock CHURCH MATTERS Ellih the Second has Issued an or dar barring all chickens from Zoo Tbo Western Missouri court of ape peals deoldod that a church member Is not legally liable for a pastors salary Rev R D Mabooy Is bank from Knoxvllle where be preaohed at tbo First Baptist church to over 700 pea plo In tbo National military homo at Leavenwortb Kas Is a Chrlsslan En doavor Society of 120 members all veterans of the btvl1 war The Rev George Sabombaob after a pastorate of 33 years In Newark N J has preached his last sermon and will return to Germany to reside Dells are never used In Mohammedan moiques Tho Moslem race detests bell under the delusion that they cause the assemblage of evil spirits The Daptlst denomination has five associations and 103 churches In Russia 117 preachers 130 chapel 157 preach lag places and 21110 church msmbers The proposition to change the name of the Protestant Episcopal Church was voted down by large majorities of both clergy and laity In the Phtladel phla diocese In New Jersey there was a largo majority against It In tbo laity and a small majority aalnsl it in the clergy In Washington the convention voted nearly four to one against a change In Florida thoro was a small majority for adopting tbe name Amer lean Catholic Louisiana voted against any action now In Mississippi the laity wore almost unanimous against tbo change but a majority of the clergy favored It AStartng Test To save a life Dr T G Merritt of No Mehoopany 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 had often found Electric Hitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months Electric Bitters are positively guaranteed for Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation and Kidney troubles Try them Only boo at all druggists Wbowero those two women Just registered 111 Inquired the hotoll proprietor I herdaughterreplied the olerk PhlladelphlaPress I NEWS NOTES i Yale has made Its entire four years course elective Richard Henry Sioddard the poet Is dead in New York City Fire at Buffalo N Y destroyed or- damaged property worth 1250000 Carl Bruno tbo eminent ornltbolo gist Is dead at Morrlstown N J A New York physician claims ho Is able to massage the dead back to life T J Mitchell ono of Carroll county bestknown men was stricken with paralysis Tbo fiscal court of Maeon county vet ed ISOO for tbe Kentucky exhibit at tbo worlds fair At Upper Sandusky Ohio a man died at the ago 110 years leavlnga wife 100 years old Ethel Clarke who was kidnaped In New York 23 years ago has returned to her parents About 1200 cooks walters butchers and bakers have been called out on a strike In Denver Two college baseball players collided In a game In Illinois and one of them was fatally Injured W T Keith an attorney was sbct and killed at Dulhart ICy by George F Korregay an editor Valuable tobacco barns were burned on tbo farm of J L Doswcll In Hen dercon by an Incendiary Edward Clark a railroad man shot and klllid his wife at Kansas City and badly wounded his his son Pour Chinese laundrymen are under arrest at Paduoah for alleged Illegal entry Into the United Stator Maj J Washington Wann who was frequently a candidate for Mayor died at tbe Louisville City Hospital A New Jersey man laughed for three days and seemed In danger of death when the paroxysms suddenly ceased Sixty persons are reported to have been killed or wounded as the result of a strike of dook laborers In Valparaiso Joe Campbell wanted In many parts of the country on tbe charge of horse stealing has escaped from jail at May- field It Is estimated that 71000 persons are starving In the Nannlng and Tun Fa districts of Kwang bt province China During the first four months in this year the births In New York have ex needed those of tbe same period last year by 2000- Requisition barbten made on Gov Durbln of Indiana for the return of Henry Tbarp wanted In Dreathltt county for murder- A 19story hotel to oost three quar ters of a million dollars will be erected at tbe corner of Fourth Avenue and Walnut street Louisville In McLean county Mrs Alex LOW tun shot and killed Rose Rlokards a man who bad broken Into her room In the absenoe of her husband All business has boon suspended at Valparaiso Chill owing to a great strike of dock laborers there Several persons were kilted during riots At Franklin tbe remains of Mrs J D Alderson wore taken to tbe jail In order that her husband who Is being held for murder might view them The Federal court at Omaha Issued a sweeping Injunction restraining bush ness men from Interfering In any way with the management of labor unions Everything la In readnesg for the Confederate Veterans reunion at New Orleans It Is estimated that over a hundred thousand veterans will attend Gov Diokham has Issued a requlel tlon for Stark and Dunne the alleged gold brick swindlers wanted at Elkton and now under arrest at Vlncecnes Lad Henry J Draudt the defaulting book keeper of the Western Dank of Louisville surrendered to tho detec lives and Is now a prisoner in tho Jefferson county jill Employers of labor In Kansas City have organized to combat the labor unions of that city They will refuse to deliver goods to places discriminat ing against nonunion men Twentyseven letters written by William Penn sold In Philadelphia the other day for 82882 50 It Penn only had had a fountain pen how rich he might bavo made his deacondonta S Tbo two alleged gold brlek swindlers under arrest at VIncenncs had bavo been Identified as the same men who secured 85000 from a wealthy farmer of Todd county Ky by a similar scheme Former State Senator W F Lyons of Kansas City whenfcalled before the St Louis grand jury to explain alleged connection with boodling enterprises declined on the ground of constltu tlonal rights He will probably bo called upon to show cause why bo should not be punished for contempt Made YoungJAgaln cOno of Dr Kings Now Life Pills each night for two weeks has put mo In my teens again writes D II Turner of Derapseytown Pa Theyre tho best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Onlyi25c MISS ELLA MAY 5AUNDERS Stanfords glfud elocutionist who Is preparing to give an entcrtafbiucnt at Walton Opera Houie In a few weeks Miss Saunders Is tbo handsome daugh ter of Mrs Uotepb ColTey + N +++ ++ ff++H ++ ++++++++++ HUSTONVILLE John Rout was kluked by a horse but his Injury is not considered dangerous Fine strawbirrtea are bringing boo a gallon here and the demand Is equal to the supply Mr W C Greening Is on the sick list F P Combcst of Casey passed through on route to Louisville On account of her health Mrs M J Adams and family will move back here from Danville tbe coming week Rowland DI bop leaves for Stonega Vu to accept a position In the commis sary of the coal company at that place Rev George A Miller of Coving ton will begin a protracted meeting at the Christian church next Monday I nightGrass and crops arc showing need of rain and another week of dry weather will greatly Injure a flattering prospect for tbe West End farmers Mrs J S Goode has tbe champion rose bush of the county a Marecbal Neil that has on It about 400 full glob ular sweet tea scented blooms- A Jerry Adams will sell tailormade elotblng at a great reduction until Juno 15th If you need anything In his line see him before buying be will saeyou money The subject of Dro Mills sermon Sunday will beClNot Ashamed of the Gospel morning Dalshaus night Tbe obolr will render some epeclal se lections E C Hopper arrived from San Fran alsoo Sunday and went toLatoola Wed nesday Mlssea Julia Stagg Edna Cdmnltx and Mary Carpenter bad a de lightful visit to Liberty this week Miss Pearl Rout attended commence ment at Mlddleburg College Lutes S Co law tbe coop hero on their offer to pay more than any oth er buyers at this plaoe for wool Frye L Allen opened the mirkal this week at 21 to 21io per pound and they will gut fully 75 per cent of tbo crop and possibly more Moral bluffing wont win In tbo West End Much Interest is being manifested In the music to be rendered by the sweet singing soprano Miss Nell Quick at the Christian church here next Sun day and Sunday night Her renditions would be notable In any musical cote rlo on either side of the waters Her voice a clear flutellko soprano with a pure pungent quality awakening sympathetic emotions of rapture must bo heard to be properly appreciated Howard Camnltz has his arm and eye with him In the Cotton Dolt League this year where be II pitching for tbo Vicksburg team Tbe Vicksburg Dill ly Herald referring to their first game with Greenville says Howard Cam nitz was selected bYI Manager Earle to pitch the opening game and if Hahn had not taken a nap In tbe third inning he would baeecored a victory against tbe Greenvllles As It was the youngster bad his opponents at his mercy from tbo start permitting only silt hits during Mannings and striking out eight of tho vieitorsIBeeldes pitch Ing a magnificent game Camnttz did some terrific batting getting two dou bles and a single out of five times at the bat and fUlded bis position up to the notch Next day at Monroe La Camnllz pitched the winning game4 to 1 four times at tbe bat getting three hits and striking out 15 men When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets They ore easy to take and pleasant In effect For sale by Craig Hocker u RoyNational11 unched 23S times and saved 458Jllvea 1 YOU CANT HIDE YOUR FEET To make tliein look well put them into n pair of tau Oxford Shoes and fancy HnfHosc All the new ideas in these lines IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tallnnne Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money neck It youre not satisfied T o JEILLEE Danville KU Sewing Maclire Exhibit Wheeler WilsonSewing Machine ExhibitAt Store Commencing MAY4TH TO MAY 9TH A Souvenir Given to Every Lady J R HASSLDEN Lancaster Ky GARDEN SEEDS We have anIIMMENSE stock of garden seeds both in bulkjand package We have Burpees and Ferrys in bulK and Ferrys in pacItage Sweet Peas Nasturtian White nice pop corn and the best varieties of early corn in bulk Plenty of yellow white and Jb ill jonion sets Come early whilejyou have full Btockjto select from Also good stock of northern seed potato earliest varieties of secondcrop HigginsMKinney STANFORD1KENTUCKY CLOTHINGA Select Line of Suits For Men Boys and Children Also u gSplendid Lino of TROUSERS all Manufactured by the very best manufacturers in the country Call and see our stock r n W E PERKINS Crab 11KyNABOTH tOO16 Standard Rule 0 Record 210 Sired by Walsingham 2100 sire of Latrnude 217 and many others in the list Walsingham Naboths sire Is a son of George Wilkes 540 First data Tinsel by Messenger Duroo 100 son of Hambletonlan and sire of Elalno 220 the dam of Norlaine rec ord 231j Second dam Bess sister to James IIowoll Jr by Hamblotonlau 10 sire of Dexter 217 Third dam Jessie Sayro by nnrl Clay Biro of St Julian 211 Bodlno 210 and 15 others that have produced 230 trotters Al byAmerlcnnHAPSBURG 509 byWonderfulDarnnby6iOpoundsdrivosmile better than 3 minutes Any one wishing a ory high bred coach horsa to breed on Standard Bred mares for gutting style speed and action should son this horse Will stand at 810 to insure a living colt Will also stand a splendid 10 hand 1 Inch jack at 810 for mares and SIG for jennets Mares grazed at e2 per month which in all cases must be paid before they are removed Caro taken to proven accidents but not responsible should any occur J K BAUOUMAN Hustonvllle Ky Bring this Office your Printing k a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON W FRANK MC KINNEY It a candidate for the nomination for Sherpa of Lincoln county stibfect to the action of the Democratk rarty THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a candidate for Sherpa of Lincoln county sulJect to the action of the democratic party GEO W DEBORD- It a canaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic rny T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sllbJect to the action of the democratic patty Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge MC SAUFLEY ForCommouwealtha Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR For Circuit Clerk J F HOLDAM For Representative J M ALVERSON IT is only within a year that Friday has become a departing day for Atlantic steamers the seamens superstitl as to Its bad luck having formerly betaken Into account by the companies Formerly this superstition prevail almost as much In regard to travel on land and many a shrewd traveler took advantage of It by starling on Friday on a journey with the assurance that be would have plenty of accommod tlon without engaging a Pullman berth In advance But this folly as to Frldav is passing away with a good many others of the same kind including the absurd dread as to the fatality ot the number 13 A TOOLMAKER In Hamilton 0 has announced the perfection of a marvelous process for tempering steel He has given a public demonstratlonof the possibilities of bis process using a razor of his own manufacture With Ir he cut pieces from wrought iron nails and then shaved himself in sight of his audience with the same blade wl hout altering Its condition In the least Tbls Invention Is a stop In the direction of morality With a good razor and a good shave a great deal of profanity can be dispensed with EDWARD VII King of Englam threatens to strike He wants an ad- Vance of 8150000 la yearly wage of 82 350000 On the ground ot onerous duo ties expecslve housekeeping and ey pndlng sovereignty he can no doubt make a strong showing Though moc archy is an expensive toy King Ed ward can plead In bis own behalf that the per capita cost of government In Great Britain Is not so great as In the billion dollar country across the seas HERES the ticket and It is a good one too For Governor J C W Beck ham for Lieutenant Governor W P Thome for Auditor of State S W Hager for Treasurer H M Bosworth for Attorney General N B Hays fo Secretary of State H V McCbesney for Superintendent ot Public Instruc tlon J H Fuqua for Commissioner or Agriculture Hubert Vreeland for Clerk of Court or Appeals J Morgan Cblnn SENATOR HANNA announces that bl- will not under any circumstances be a candidate for president and that he la for Roosevelt Now let Mr Cleveland speak out as unequivocally and say he will support the democratic nominee no matter if It be Watterson or Bryan GUM Snoc HUNTER says he will fight the nomination of A E Wilson of Louisville for governor with all the vim he can command Dr Hunter Is a wheel horse in politics and be may make It hot for Rummy as Mr Wil sons Intimate friends call him POLITICAL Judge J J Paul of Somerset Is a candidate for the republican nomina tlon for Senator McD Ferguson defeated J Fletcher Dempsey for the nomination of Rail road Commissioner In the Flrstdlstrlct Senator Gorman has no ambition tc become preatdent says the Baltimore Sun He will this week sail for Eu rope United States Senator Stone of Mia souri says he will oppose anysuch po litical mania as the nomination of Mr Cleveland for the presidency The Virginia House of Representa tlves has passed the bill appropriating 10000 for a bronze statue of Gen R E Lee for Statuary Hall In the Nation al Capitol Judge J G Forrester before the judicial committee In Mlddlesboro filed notice of contott in the circuit judge race Judge M r Moss was given the certificateGovernor Beokham has appointed Col Roger D Williams of Lexington a commissioner of the Eastern Ken tuoky Lunatic Asylum In place of Col R P Stoll deceased The total approproprlatloos at the second session of the filth COOreS8 amounted to 8758059 606 The appro priatlons for both sessions of the Congress amount to 31553683002 Myron T Herrick of Cleveland will not bo running mate of Prelldent Roosevelt next year according to Senator Hanna because It Is not tbo dellre of either Herrlck or Roosevelt Tennessee State officials have gooe to Washington to push the claim of the State against the Federal goveroment for 1000000 growlug out of the conOs cation of railroad properties during tbo warThe Loulsvlllo Post Is authority for the following The primary election olllcers In Baileys Mill precinct ID Franklin have refused to give up their ballot boxes unless they are paid ror their services Tbe court of appeals ordered the reo opening of the Meachara Injunction suit by withdrawing the order dlsmhs log tho petition for a rehearing and Instructs that the petition be submitted for turtherconelderatloo The members of the Fayetto County Democratic Committee who were deposed by Chairman Alllo Young have brought suit to enjoin tho now memo bers of the committee and will put a municipal ticket In the field Charles D Fulkerson went Inana while at a baptizing at Ceraloo this State and after having tbe preacher mptlze him kept swimming In iho WB ter until persuaded to come out WheD crested he had a shotgun butcher knife and pistol Madison county has no kick comlcR salnst Fayette This county comp rented Mr Cbonault with a fair majority but Madison didnt reciprocate the favor giving Griffith 297 majority over Bosworth Hows that for neig iorly Democart Gov Pennypacker of PennsylvanIa pproved the GradySalus Libel mil anlt gave at length his reasons for do log it He said that the assasslnatlo of two United States Presidents was traceable to careless and Inflammatory utterances of the press Tbe official canvass of the voto In the- fifth congressional district has been finished Ten precincts were throw out because of Irregularities Got cckhara received the highest numbe of votes cast 12784 and Hubert Vree land for Commissioner ot Agriculture waa second with a vote of 12350 Jackeon Stroud aged 83 brought ID jsterday from Rock Lick 14 miles Slant the ballot boxes and record of- the primary election Mr Vanbooli 82 years of age brought In the Rush ranch election returns These old Eicksootan democrats feel very prou of the young head of the democrat tIcket and pray earnestly to be allowed to live to cast a vote for a wlnnln evidential candidate as well as for governorS merset Journal IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES RlehmondB city council has paned an ordinance prohibiting Sunday bate ball Edith Steele a young woman of Law nccbunr attempted to commit Bu- lelde at a boarding house In Lexington William Terrill of Kingston was seriously hurt by being thrown from- hll buggy by a runaway horse HII- left thumb was torn oil Oil operators near Barbourvllle are- being harassed by flooding from un plugRed dry wells This la causing se- rlouB loss In some holdings James Frye and W C Greening bouRbt the brickyard and equipment from the estate of the late Samuel HardlnJ Toe consideration was 83 200 cashAdvocate rho MayQeld Oil Co brought ID- Davis well No 000 the Davis farm In- Wayne at 650 feet It Is the best well In that section of the county aad will make at least 100 barrels Virgil P Smith of Somerset wa mmlssloned special Judge of the Wbltley circuit court by Gov Beck- ham The regular judge Is too 111 to- preelde and the court is now In session The case of the Commonwealth alt boat John B Thompson the distil ler on the Indictment returned over a- year ago charging him with maintain InR a nuisance was tried In the Mercer circuit court Judge Saufley ave- the jury peremptory Instructions to acquit Revenue officer J C Mulllos and W T Short raided a moonshine still In Estill county at Roes creek and captured the operator John McKlnnoy and destroyed a large quantity of while k Some of MoKlntieys crowd fired on the often but neither of them was- hurt C P Cecil Jr Is moving his ontlre- Btock of groceries from his former staod on Main street to the one recent Iy purchased from Messrs Gentry Par- rls ft Mcnefee Mr Cecil will handle Dotblng but Implements hardware and odenware at his former stand saves Advocate Articles of incorporation of the Trl- umph Milling and Mining PO were- filed In the County Clerks office at llarrod burl Tbe Incorporators are- A L Vorls and W C Vorle of BurJID- and John Vorls of Danville The cor- poratlon U to deal in mining and min- eraI lands and Us chief Held of operation will bo near Joplin Mo Its cblef- office will be at Bur ID TIIhS AND THAT Fire Ilt Shelbyvillo destroyed property worth 131000 Mr Elizabeth Cannon the alcd mother of Jailer D B Chathatnot Mercer la dead Capt G W Daniel wellknown pen aloe attorney and veteran of two wart Is dead at Frankfort A white body was found on tho doorstep of William Ingrain an aired col ored man at Somerset Over 6003 employee of the Heel Iron Work In Brooklyn struck for fewer hours and more money Martin Jennings was shot and In saintly killed la a saloon at Nahvllle Tonn by Patrick ODonnell Richard Sylvester ot Washington was elected president of the Police Chiefs Association at New Orleans Since 1862 over 27000000 have beer expended In the construction of 1301 miles of levees alone tho Mississippi A continuance until Juno 4 was ordered in the habeas corpus proceeding of Curtis Jett at Winchester by Judge Benton The man who Is alleged to havo fur alshed the infernal machine which was intended to blow up the Umbria bas left for Uurope One person was killed three train men fatally hurt and seventeen pasmn era injured In a wreck on the Choc aw Oklahoma and gulf railroad LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Yearling Pedro Jersey bulls for sale Best and cheapest F Reid Stanford KytR D Padgett sold to S G Jeffries a mall tract of land near Waynesburj for 1240 William Jennings Bryan has a hog lamed Mark Hanna and another Six teen to One- Captain John A Miller one of the best known horsemen In the United States died Wednesday ut his home In Atlanta The smallest horse In the world Is 221 inches high seven years old weighs iO pounds and Is a resident of Los An cle Cal The annual meeting of the stock older of the Louisville Horso Show kSioolallon elected officers as follows resident Gen John B Castleman viae president S Thrust on Ballard cretary Brent Alt beler treasurer anies S Eacptt NOTICE FARMERSTb Brown Wire F iw the s4nMiftt the moil durable ttt fMKt made II hey provide for exrnsi Mi and contraction nU tM are Ux same size as horlionteli I will tarwi twtctttlt and sloe hen desired See saw pie In courthouse llBERT CARPENTER Agent Also dealer In gnat SUN Plymouth Rockchkken and etc For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Cor Mvers Hotel Building 2nd Flour Munford Many good compunioa but only one best The Equitable Btronges in the world Get also a combination Disability policy in the Fidelity Casualty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers ever illness Terra Cotta This famous race none amt thoroughbred itaNlot wilt make the seasoo al the stable of T MB Estes i tt mile from Crab Orchard Kron Stanford rlket the ucNlnrly low rrlc to In sure a tiring colt Uen reuhied on colt for season- if mars Is traded or parted with before foaling the season ithen due Mares kept on goat grass at S month Terra Cotta was foaled In tH4 Is ti hawk and as active as a cat He Is by Harry OTallen by Imp Australian dam Imp Sunny SOuthbby Irish Bird catcher ist dam Laura U by faunEton Alabama y Brown Pick id darn y tee Paul he by Lexington Jam Annie C by Imp Gnenca 11 dam ythle by Scythian 4th doe Ann Hanley by Yorkshire s h dam Argentine by Bertran by Sir Archie ce c Terra Cotta wit a great race horse and won the foDowtng stakes As a twoyearold he won the Clark A Thomas stakes at Lexington the Lakevlew hanJlcap and Tremont stakes at Chicago At threeyearslJ he won the- St Louis Derby and Chas Green stakes the UextrH Sheridan and Finality stakes Chkago and Relief stakes Saratoga N Y At fouryrarsold he woi the Elm Merchants Eclipse Cranlt Mountain ant hay Ridge stakes many purs es and over night handicaps terra Cotta Is the Ire 01 many soot winners This Is a rare chance foe farmers to their horse stock at small cost ferra Cotta sold fouryearsold for R II BR6NAUGH I will also at same time and place stand my fine mute lack black with mealy nose at fi to Insure a Ivlnc colt Conditions sane as tiT above MILT ESTES GALTON 12910 Sired by Oambetta Wllkes S1BJ First dam Daisy Field granddam of Alice Wilkes 217 Alletta 2 15 1 by slreof tux In 230 and the dam of CO In 230 or- better rrsireotJQ2Z3Lemonade2br3 and tbe dams of IS In the list Third dam by Old Joe sire of the dam of J Q S17K Oambetta Wilks Is the greatest living Ire of his age Ho has 1 records from 230 to 205 having put 17 new once In the lUt In 1902 leading all of the great Iros Ills sons and daughters have 1H1 In tbe list O alto n will not be a Court day exhibition hone but will be at my stable for service 2 miles West of Huston vllle at 110 to Insure a live colt I have several of bis colts from two to fouryean old that cant be excelled by any one stallion for size form style and ctlon See them before placing your mares 11 a mare ls traded after breeding moneys s duo Good grass at 9Z per month of or- tbe lit of May Phone In residence W M DODD Hustonvlllc If i THE GRAND LEADER Figure Beauty- Secured DI Wearing The FashionHip Model Perfect lines the result sof perfect corMtroaVlng Beautiful Fabrics Wo havo a full lino pf this celebrated Corsot nt 8100 Short Straight Front Ontitlll Con sot 4Su NOTIONSN- ow Shell Hair Pins tho 25o kind lilt Back Combs at 10 16 anil 2111 Shirt Waist Pearls go at 25 35 and doe sot Ladles kneo length Ilibbeil Drawers 25o Ladles Drop Stitch Hose the 26o kind 16c M LEVY CO S WOOL WANTED 1MM6 pounds of Rood wool wasted at the highest market price Oat for seek We want Iotir wool McCOltMAOKSON Huitoavtlle Ky Public Sale Having decided to looate ID tM We t I will offer for salt to the highest Wilder on SATURDAY MAY It ION my house and lot ten adree 11 tulle from Iluitonrllle on lluilonTlUe and ItraflfardiTllle Ik Ktorflo teem bowe conveniently arrayed cistern and well near the door harm and all nreettary out sew Will alto eilnlbor e wagon comparatively now and and klteeo furniture IllS RLLA S ROSE I If you think of building or repairing Wf- tMU save yea molle on your material All kind ot henry or light fnttalag any length beveled poplar tiding floor hardwood etllnpt casing j bate or eornke boned veranda post and brackets bored and turned ttalrway ncweU platteren lathes white oak fencing blaek gum or Write toe prices HUUrilKrfY nitOS IlartwHI Ky R A JONES Sy OWe over Higglns A McKinney Ston Telephone No 01 Please cull and see out complete line of Ladies Misses anti Childrens hats in real of post oflico building MRS G 226 12 Made over Vertalllct track In win Ding race Sired by Antes 2118 J that told for 10 000 at sale 1st dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm 813 Inn of Mambrlno Tatchcn These two crosses produced Tho Abbot 2 03K champion trotting gelding of the world 2nd dam by Independence son of Andrew Jackson Independences dam by American Star Tho American Star and Andrew Jackson blood U responsible for Crcsceui SiOSJ4 thechamplon trottlu atat lion ot the world You see Antecarlo s two crotse are responsible for the fastest gelding two next crosses are responsible for the fastest etalllon Then YOU see ho 1s hotter bred than either of them for ho hap the blood of both Antecarlo U a solid brown horse 16 3S hands high weighing 1170 pounds Ono style and action One of the beat posted men on trotting horses writes as fol lows In retard to the stallion Antecirlo j6 ta you bought of L II Smiley I wWI uy I worked him about 90 days In tees and I consider him one of the fastest- trotters I ever drove or In other words about si fast- as I ever saw I have serA him trot a 104 rail tiedby a proiptctlvt buyer There never was a tine ahlle he Was In my chares that he could rat step a quarter In j ts to cart H dues not need any extra of any kind J O McAuiSTBK- He will make the present acason at our tale barn at IIJ to Insure a living colt PENCE Standard Will also stand this wellknown hone lie is too wcllknown to need commons Aa- a sire of hlgbclaa business horses he has never been surpassed Will stand at 130 to money becomes dun Lien retained on colts until season Is paid E n BIAILET Co Wo have just received from the cote brated Paragon Shirt Waist factor a largo lino of Whlto and Colored Shirt Wnlsts also afull Imp of Ladles Wash Suits perfect fitting garments A Pine India Linen White Wnlst We Whlto India Linen Waist colored Polka Dots OSo Very Fluo White Oxford Waist very stylish 8l2T Mot corUod Oxford Waist white or col ors 175 India Linen Waist Now wideband trimmed Monto carlo front 260 India Linen Sultologantlynmdo 260 300 e400 and 500 oaah Wo Imo recently added to our do pertinent a full and oomploto flee of Ladles Muslin Underwear n few ape dials for a Htortor Ladles Muslin Gown nicely ulado 18 cents Muslin Gowns Harqburg trimmed i4 cents Ladles Corsot Covers wall made Iii fronts radios Corset Covers trimmed 26c Ladles Corset Covers trImmed Vnl Splendid made Skirt Hamburg trim mod 4 So SPECIALS 20 dozen Mens line 8100 Shirts goat 6D cttnls Special Prices on- JUens Dont buy your SUIT ours wo have the right EXTRA SPECIAL 1000 yards 10lnehwldo Hamburg worth 20 26 and 35o nrdias long ftll lasts Hoes nt 1 for ns many to share in this bargain as lossllile ire limit 10 yards to earls usloitier 1125 go halo in H It Jr Dark bay 1elr has proven himself u breeder of firstclass sired he by Time dam by Dennys Drennon 2nd dam by Onstotts Telegraph its the Dallard horse alit Jr will make the season of at my relic from Preachersvllle on the Preachersvlllo and Stanford pike at 800 to a colt D M ANDERSON Preachersvllle GreatyDollar Shirt If y u decide to exchange a dollar van ir trite Soro ls Pettl ute yvttj get greatest vjhiflliit your money bought In the neat place the material Ioft better quality titan you could fly expect In a At this tiicure And then It is efeffantly trimmed with a deep and neat ruffle nut the but- point about this garment k the way that It Every scam U strapped and there are no t places tot the dust Jblnttotly ICverlal11tnTlio host 9100 Underskirt made proof rulllod very boat of IlulitISateen Bettor ono JlOO 92 See this lino before oulmyICROSSETT SHOES A full lino of LEWIS A CIIOSrSKTTS Monii Shoos Wo ean- suit you at f2 260 e3 e360 und el- We can give you choke of Pat Kid Pat Colt or Velour Vtel Kid or Box Calf The Shoo that fits the oyo and the foot THE GRAND LFIFDhRa JB Prors B LEVYMannror building heaeebold NOTICE DENTISTStanford MILLINERY SINGLETON- ANTECARLO hempgbred ClothingI Vhilo you are figuringon house cleaning figure with Withers furniture Co Where the best goods are se cured at the lowest priers Our stock in New Mattings Carpets Etc are second to none in Central RANGE SALEWe will offer eight of the BEST RANGES till May 1st at greatly reduced prices Tho 17 kiml will go 11 Tho 25 kind will at 2126 The 30 kiml will go nt20J7rho 885 kind will go AtsnoooT-ho 810 kind will go It846Tho 50 kind will go nt14WYo-u never hud such an opportunity pro Bontod to you before so now is your clmnoo All stoves will bo set up your kitohon and guaranteed GEO HARRIS a CO Stanford ICy Porsuitnblo WEDDING AntI GKADaATIiSTGr- prdscnts see W H rtTELLBR Tcwclcr t JStanford ICy ITIS- EASY1 Gilt Edge SADDLE STALLION hinds high saddle He was by Ollt Edge On First better known Edge 1003 staole one Insure living Ky A fir the tklrt ever rltlrt very flounce made at Vine Kentucky DifficultyAt demands of those who seek quality q order to reduce my stock I twill tell 500 lbs of high grade Coffees at COST and proportionEverything perfectly See me and save money Eat more and pay loss J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford ICy 4 WOOL WflNTED I I will pay the highest mnr ket price for 50000 pounds of Wool Call and get sacks J H BOONE Livery Feed and Sato Stable Depot S6aStanford Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 15 1B03 I In fllllnc your proscriptions wo uso propor1Ionlnot do better It yon paid ui double iho price which is always reasonable Pen cri Drug Storo h PERSONALS Mns A D PARSONS U Quito sick Vic OwENs U now night operator at- C Hast Dcrnstadt 4Iq FilED VoNGitUENiaAN wont to Lou livlllo Tuesday COL W G Watch wont to Louts villa Wednesday REV C K POWKU was working In lurhnco In Mercer county this week Miss EARL KINO was expected last night train a visit to friend In Texas MISS KATM Bit INK DAVOHMAN wont to Danvlllo yesterday to visit relatives Mit W V MYHKB of llartwoll was tho guest of bis brother Mr Leo My ere Miss JBNNIK WILOIIBR U visiting her uncle Mr J J Miens at Quston vlllo I Miss EUGENIA LASLEY of Crab Orchard was the guest of Mrs Annlo Lasley hilts NEWMAN Dim of Owontboro x U with her slater MM Montlo Fox In Danville Mrs J II Swore and wife havo ro b turned from n protracted trip through r et Oklahoma JOHN II SHANKS loft for Now Or leaniQtcrday to assist In the train dispatchers oBlco Mil V T TVCltBIt wool up to Sit ver Creek yesterday to look at a bunch of Hereford cattle JOHN F CORDItm of Livingston told us yesterday that he had an 11 s pound boy at his home MBBDAMKS J W ALCORN and J N Saunders and M da Pattto Aleorn went to Louisville yesterday GHOKOK IBNULKTON has succeed ed John Woner at stable manager at J K Beaileyt Hotel De floss MR WKAHKN UCOIIIM left Weds day to take a petition with his Miclt Mr O M Smith at that Llak MRS OJ CHOW of the Turners vllle section Is very 111 Her daugh ter Mr Minnie Hooker I some bet t terAT the Toledo Medical College our young eounlyman Guy B llou took first honor ID Praetleal Anatomy ee d BacteriologyMR Cutout of Urbana 111 cod Mr Hubert Iteyeoldi of Ruth ton Ky are visiting the family of J U Iloynold of the West Kod It U PBTTt8 of Oryanuvllle I visiting home folks here Mr Josh Ralney of Danville is visiting her aunt Mrs Samuel Tate oa Dank street Somerset Journal MINUS LINDA AND RUMA OWBIRY will entertain In honor of their broth er Judge Thomas M Owsley and wife at their handsome country homo Walnut Flat on Tuesday evening from 0 to 12 Mil F P COMHHST banker mer chant and farmer of Liberty was at Wlllaod Hotel lost night Mr Com best Is on his way home from Texa where ho owns a large tract of land Ho says there hat been no rain for some time In the section ol the Lono Star State In which his property U lo cated and tho farmers llko those l Kentucky aro oomplalningCourlo Journal LOCALS Ease wanted at 121o per dOHa A D Florence Miss MAOUIE SotttY will bo here to assist In gallery Monday CARNATIONS at tOc per doaan John Chrlstman florist Stanford e IRVINE NBWLANO le agent for tho oJ Lebanon Steam Laundry Give him a trialWOOLWo will pYtho highest a prlco for wool Call and get sacks now Carson ft 1onoaSOUTHERN Gorman millet seed for sale cheap Also fend earn and feed oats J H Daughman Co IWANTEDA position as bookkeeper or a toro Good reference Astor McUulre Stanford 3t HAYING put In water works I offer 1 t for sale a frat class eix bolo Arizona stove almost now P P Nunnelloy SOLD OUT 13Florence has sold to I M Bruce his stock perils and scales and will quit tho sales bust ness r TUB ladles of the Christian at Crab Orchard will have a strawbar ry supper Saturday evening Go and help them As will bo eeen the In an other column a prohibition election will bo held In the Crab Orcbard Ma isterial district on Juno 2Jrd AS tha SOUthbound pastsonger watt nearing Now Haven yesterday tho on glneer saw a man walking on tho track Ho whistled but the man who proved to bo J R Redmond pali no attention and the train struck and probably fatally wounded him O k y IFnESIl bread every day at oat r byWilliI Ponce i NEW Yonic Early Rota potatoes at 8Co bushel this week A B Florence j HnnuarttAToitg water cooler lea cream freezers otc John IJrlght Jr- kCo I STANFORDS oraok ball team mot de feat at Lancaster Wednesday after noon T NEW things In Neckwear Bolts L ace Curtain Hosiery and Silk John P Jones SWBET potato tomato and cabbage plants for alo cheap C L Ashley n ear Turnlrnlllo 3t WOOL Dont bell T yourwool until you have seen D O Allen Hell jtlvo you tho highest market prlco WANTED at once 16 mon or women to travel for a reliable firm Salary IJOtotOO per month Address with tamp Box 72 Orodhcad Ky TUB L sit N will not run an excur lIon to Cincinnati Sunday on account ciofFOR RENT Storeroom on Lances tor street and law olllcci formerly oc copied by W A Trlbblo Apply at this office or wrlto to W P Walton Lexington It Fort SALE A halt Interest In the St Aiaph Hotel and the Lytle farm ol 470 notes In tho McCormick church section Apply to J W Baugbman manager Stanford WE will IfUsrpfew week about the 20th lot to generally repel- our mill Please bring us your goal before that time that we may grind it for you J II Baugbman d Co SALBS Remember that John Coul ter will tell his livery stable at MoKln ney at 0 oclock this morning and that on tomorrow at Uustonvlllo Mr Ella Rose will toll her pretty homo The latter sale will begin at 1090 A M TUB ladles of the Baptist ohuroh will give u groan tea at the par nonage Friday evening May hub An elaborate menu has been prepared and an abuodanue of springs offering u oured and everybody cordially Invited Tea will be served promptly at 8 p m BY the explosion of a boiler In the American Hominy Mills at Indianapo lis two men were killed and seven wore seriously Injured In the latter lie I appears the name of Eugene Uutobl 500 eon of Jams W Hutchison of the Hales Well section who was badly soalded sT11E L t N will sell tickets to ew Orleans at one cent a mile May 10th to Slit on account of too U O V Those tickets are limited to leave New Or leans without validation until May 34 Uy deposit and upon payment of 60 Genie au extension of limit returning can bo leoured until Juno 16 DnbOnDMr George W DoBord who mado Lincoln county ono of the very bust Jailor she ever had announ are hll candidacy for sheriff There no doubt about the democracy of tb gallant oldex Confederate soldier who hat fought as hard for his party In time of ticaco all he did for hll country In time of war Mr DoBord bee a good following In every section of tbo bora INSTEAD of tbo usual Juno concert Mice Ellen Ballou has engaged Mr Frederick J Hoffmann of the Cincin Watt College of Mush to glvo a piano recital June 2 Her object In bringing Mr Hoffmann hero le that her pjpll may have the privilege of hearing a flritolass artist But for a special Dad very generous arrangement on the part of tho College of Music It would not bo possible for bliss Ballou to atlord the entertainment The admission 25c 35c and 50c for reserved seats I put as Iowa possible to make expense Mr Hoffmann bring with him hIs ow Steinway Concert Grand piano It le not often a town tho lxe of Stanford Is so fortunate as to have a musician of his reputation to visit It and certainly all who can will gladly avail them selves of the opportunity to hear him I DONT KICK When tho county su pervisor met some months ego and mado a number of raises a mighty howl went up and the members of tho board were censured world without end The INTERIOR JOURNAL Implor ed tho kickers at tho tlmo not to tear their nether garments that every thing would coma around all right but some wore disposed to continue to kf against the pricks whllo others wa ahso far as to renounce their allegiance to the democratic party charging that party with tbo crime of raising tho valuation of their property Now the word comes from Frankfort that the Board of Eqnllzatlon realizing tho liegke as sessment This Is a compliment to both our assessor and board of super vl sore and If those who kicked 10 loud and long areas fair and honest men as they should bo they will withdraw their condemnation of the gentlemen who acted as supervisors end commend their work with unstinted prtise FRESH fish today at Willie ONION cola 25o per gallon A B Florence FARMERS If you ntploa try our Chattanooga Disc Plow Farris d Co MARK HARDIN bought yesterday of J W Baughman manager the re aphUotelTUB L k N willsell round trip tick ate to Loulsylllo May 18 and 10th limited to set at S3 30 on account of tbo G A It reunion Time good work of the board of supcr visors In tbls county Is shown by the fact that the State Board of Equaliza tion accepted tbo assessments made by thom LADIES claim havetho most complete stook of high class goods and novelties In Stanford drcllj departments were nevermore than now If you aro looking for wo hero them John P Jones TRAVELING men and the public gen erally will learn with regret that Mr and Mrs Alexander Trlbble have de ded to quit the hotel business They proportyThoand will more than likely spend their declining years on a farm belaglargolyhavo been very much In evidence The wellII Uallle Ross the pretty daughter of Jailor David Ross woo Miss Rosella littlenDILLD1rT Jeff Hill Sr who mado a floe race for the nomination for sheriff two year ego announces this Usuo that be will try It again llelldlltI being an excellent gentleman ovary way deserving of the office be seeks Mr Hill has been a consistent and working democrat since ho was u boy He Is a very popular man and If ho doesnt out a big figure In taco for sheriff his friends will be greatly die appointed FOLLOWING the official vote of Lincoln county In toe State races For Governor J C W Beokbam 036 Judge R J Broeklnrldge 10 Hon JOB D Black 1 Col W G Welch 3 John W Holmes 2 Curtis Cover 1 G B Cooper 11ph Pennlngton 1 For Lieutenant Governor W P Tborne till Abram Renlok 388 For Auditor S W Hager 160 John D Chenault 71tt For Treasurer Henry M Bosworth 733 Josh GrIBUb 153 Gus RIchardson 2- For Attorney Geeeral J Willard Mitchell 273 Charles Carroll 44 N B Hav 522 Ira Julian 44 For Secretary of State H V Mc CbeineyOM R L Hubble 1 J J Brooks For Superintendent of Public In struction Den Watt 04 J H Fuqua Sr 52 J J Watkins 00 T N Ar nold 267 a E Sugg 18 AgricultureIsT T Hedger 280 For Clerk of Court of Appeals Mol gan China 406 Robert L Greeno CIO Ia tbo representatives race Mr Al vcrsona majority is 03 Instead of 01 as stated loaf issue MATRIMONIAL Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller theTlmcs Tattler was married to W H Slough ter Jr- John Sallea and Nora Dean of Mer cer eloped to Washington county and woro married At Nashville Ind Jacob Beach aged 30 and Miss Belvedere Reed 14 were united In marriage Edward W Southwick of Tlfany county Ala and Miss Maggie San dldgc a popular lady of the West End woro married at Mr Weaver Dunna yesterday Tbo Minister Association of DC Moines la has taken a stand In favor of a mixed commission of physicians in each county to have absolute control o marriages A girl In New Jersey caused lovers to fight a duel and after they ha pummeled each other Into unconscious ness with clubs she ran away with an married a rank outsider England Is getting a mono on In tbo matter of divorcee At the opening o the divorce court In London after tho Easter recess thorn was a record aum her of cases 245 In all on the calendar Eightyseven wives and 1SS husbands sought release from matrimonial ties ThingntIt is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes but that is not altogeth er true Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Is a suro euro for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can tea IIf1 to that Mrs O D VanMetre nf Shepherdtown W Va says I 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 cough Grip Pneumonia and Consump flan Try it Its guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free llegul sizes 60c and f1 also stand the Buck Jack IWill GOV BECKHAM MghtbneImpIIlltfJOWhen mans are carted with eton money be eomf due blares furnished grass at ft per Month takenwltftSWEET WILLIAM My splendid male jack will mnko the present tousoa nt my arm lit the low price routejacktill 000 For uddresE PRESTON 922Vol II hlgbUooHHt1 DY WAfMllSUTOH et 104SHello the dam of Ireiton wee n noted show mono It U needless to commend him InItoDtuckypricesItotton to In sure living eolt Will keep mare on gr+ ao at U a month W n IIUUTON Lancaster Ky SBASON903- Wood Lawn Stock Farm RED LEAFGlum Nn thowhorMof Kentilcky and leading sire colMvMgaverage ataabpo lsbinwrewlthf- ealeILLUSTRATION MambrlnolakhHI ledingDroiJ otbreelmsR E GODDARD Burgle Ky G I N GILLOCK Proprietor The Tonsorial Art Rooms HUSTONVILIE KY Oall In when you wants clean Shave or a StylUh Hair O- utNOTICE u 8eboolll to be built In dUtrlct le known as Deep Out District In Garrard eo BcliooJ house Is to be j feet wide M feet long III feet clear In calling foundation of stone weatherboards ouwlde celled In tide eelllng across onr end and to lint win dows Oft each aWe callable for black board with trough for chalk and eratnr at bottom six window three by six feet wltb weights and sash lake lionte to be 31 feet long In the clear with hall In front five feet wide running screws the end ball to have one outside door In front six feet 10 Incbt bleb and three feet wide school room to have two doors six feet 10 Inches by two feet 10 Inches opening Into the ball steps to reach the door one brick tine SI bv K Inch es hoary wire screening for wIndow stud ding two by tour lneliee III Inches apart sills lb by IS Inches jolt Is two by eight In ches 2 feet long dec era two by 10 Inches two feet apart Joists to extend at least one foot over side rafters two by tour Inches two feet apart tongue end groove oak flooring square roof on house house to hlletrentrlmmlnlttoad oak shinties for root all lumber used to be good and sound and firstclass bids to he sealed and contract let to the lowest bidder All bids to be addressed to or left with J J Thompson one of the trustees house to be completed and turned oyer to the trustees by July lot 1093 and all bids to be In bv noon May lath 10M All work mannerFor signedj Thompson Frercuersvllle S 0 Rlg bv Sweeney David D Anderson Lan caster trustees Superintendent Election Notice Rerulir tern Lincoln County Court bell May nthsqoj lion Ju P B+ Ney Judge presiding In AaJJelection In Gab Orchard Magisterial dis trict No tuckyJudgment i In Lincoln U KeaI McWhorterat Crab Orchard Magisterial District No I In Lin iyopetMho are quaHtitJ to vote at an election for county of SpkltuousVinous provisionsttMlicy1Sayaf April 9J and having hen filed In open brandheld on the ijrd Jay of Aprhsot the matter cane on anJItoftheone of them err legal voters In sass district and quail tarJ to vote sun election for county officers and It likewise appearing to the court that of the said prKlnetNo1lstrkLandattaeladprKNlnFgeneral arroann ofmesalteunersIII now ordered and adjudged by the court that an I llolrklNoIheIf1at an election for county placers upon the proposition Liquorsshalltntr adjudged that the provisions of the law under apply+ n the volingprecinctsCrab No a In Lincoln county Kentucky on the sjrd Jay of June toot for the purpoje of taking the sense of the legal voters In electiongnot Spirituous Vinous or Malt Liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein the sa provisions of the law and to apply to alt In Mid otpyAttteCOOPERatClerk Lincoln County Court Spring styles in Queen Quality Shoes t r 1 I 1 I I For women For Elegance a Fuse and SERVI S they iI arc the BEST in the world w 0 We have MANY kinds in both Oxfords and Shoes I Cummins S McC- laryCRITERION I If there is n better brand of Clothing than tho CRITERION I nm unable to find them when I do I ehull buy thorn as I always try to get the BEST The beautiful curved and well padded fihouldore tho dote fitting collar r the form fitting fronts that prevents them from breaking All go to make up in my judg meat 04 good READYMADE ClOTfllNd as tho market affortli Prices 750 to 1750 Look at them and see if Iam not correct De 1 McRoberts C HouseKeepers Como to us fur Curtain Swisses Laco Curtains Shades Poles Mattings Carpets Rugs Etc Curtain Swissos 10 12i nUll 16 cents Laco Curtains Joe to 500 Beautiful Bobinut Cur lame with rufilos of same 450 to 600lInt f tings tOo to 85c Special Values in All Wool Carpets SEVERANCE SON TO REDUCE Our lino of GROCERIES will give you an exceedingly low price on all Can Goods Evaporated Fruits and other groceries from now until the 1st of June Wo are also agents for Englehanls guaranteed cof fees try them they will please you Also have A full lino of Shelf Hardware and Cutlery JOHN BRIGHT JR CO W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPER I Best Ready Mixed PAINT for any Purpose i Y r THE INTERIOR JODRHAL intend n the pottoffice at Stanford a tconddan matte- ryab11ahtaTunda yaaad3iiida AT 1 PER YEAR CASH IIfWhin not lorttdaaoo will beehsrged 1 KNOXVillE DIVISION Jt Train North 1146 a m sno260S5 South f Ho23 to 12112 pm FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied byWm Severance Will rent for one or more years I J B OWSLEY I Go To George B Harris Crab OrchardF- or tDa Fresh line of Groceries and Etc recelyed OIphclt market him a call t OlRigGents Fur JIbbing to my stock THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment of- aarllcal and cbronlo disease and for con antenna Hoard and shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly l rotes atonal bills due when services aro rendered and must A paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food ScSnlo Stable Liberty Ky I Drummers Rigs a peelalty lph Grade and Mules bought sold Feed personattentioni rajjlor8 t icet DEALERS IN Whlsku Brandu WinGs Beer I Glnars Etc Carpenter Clotejto DepotSTANFORD KY Wfv1II J D Wearer Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New the company in the world Assets 8181063 Surplus as regards policy holders g94J60i8 09 Farm property in Boyle Casey Garrard coIn counties Phono 21 Stanford Kentucky I RlMabony InSUranG6flg6nt insurance I floent Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but the larg 0 est aud Lost companies rep resonted Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky I P P MYHANO Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J K Beazlera Livery Stable MRS L S ADAMS 01 BlvrNton Texan blessingtoseven years with weakness and bear Ingdown and having tried acv eral doctors and different remedies with no lucccii your Wine of Cardul was the only thing which helped mend eventually cured me It to strengthenthe By I tired women Mrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the womb ovarian or of these ailment that women have You can cure yourself at home with thisgreat womens remedy Wine of Cardui Wine of Cardui has cured thousands of caws which doctors have failed to benefit Why AllI I any stomach liver or bowel disor Thodfords Black Draught should be used beauWmC Po aamL WINEoCARDUl 1 I For Sale Fifty secondhand sewing machines tn good repair from S3 60 up- MORGAN BOO T Stanford Kv H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AUODKALIHIH Furniture Mnttlii g8Rujs They will Exchange Furniture lor all kinds of Stocle Giro them a call Prices right STANFORD e KENTUCKY J+ C+ McCbMY t1NDEarAltER EMBALMERAnd HABNESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder acheI1eartDlsealearavelDroplY Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you 1 f necessary write Ur Fennel Ho line spent a llfo onto curing just suet cases us yours Alt consultations Free Kignt months In bed heavy backache pain nud soreness across kidneys aisorheu matism Outer remedies tailed Dr Fon nor s Kidney and Ilnckacho Cure cured rno completely 11 WATERS Hamlet N Y Druggist Kfc tt Ask for Cook Hook Free SUmiSDANC CURE Pure Cure Circular Dr Fenner lr donlaNY I STANFORD GREENHOUSE EVERGREENSBalsam Fir American Spruce Arbor vitas Magnolias on short notice Bedding and Vegetable Plants of all uluds In season Phone ZOrlng it DIGNITY DARE COMBINED STALLION Foaled 180J IS 314 hands high weighs 1 200 pounds mahogany bay with block points and a in form with that wonderful stylo characteristic of the Chester Dare family so universally acknowledged as su perlor to all As a show horse bo has made a good record winning ID bis class and in many blue ties In his 3year old form DlgnltvIare won 13 blue tics out of 14 shows in Central Kentucky In liar ness he Is well gaited with handflolastsaddle hortencanshowmaklnghltn harness horse of the highest type Under saddle he Isjattractlve bold with best of line action speedy separating his gapes perfectly with knee action necessary for an uptodate sire Ills rolls though young are coming to the front and fast ranking one of the best of breeders which class bring sensational withlongbone with great action I respectfully invite you to call and Inspect them before booking your mares PEDicnEE Sired by famous Chester Dart No 10 A 811 II he by Black Squirrel Si be oy he by King William OT hey Washington Denmark 81 he by Oalncs Denmark 61 he race hone Denmark F 8 be by imported Hcdgeford 1st dam Lizzie Welchmont No 8367 A T II R he bv William Welch 3U he by liysdlcks lUmblttonlnn lo 2d dam by Abdullah Mes anger 3rd dam bv GUIs Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welchmonts let dam Pan line by Almort Forest 3S83 Will make the season of IDOq at my stable In llustonvllle at 110 to Insure a living colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits in surancc and money becomes due at time of I such transaction Men retained upcn all colts till season money Is paid Mares from a distance grazed at 62 per month Grain ted It desired at reasonable rates All bills must be before removal of mere Mares entrusted1vIll receive my persona attention but will not be responstale for accidents or escapes D B OABPENTEB Phone In Residence HusUmvllle Exchange Loxingtons New Maccabi Tent Lexington Is to have a new Macca beo tent which will be composed of 100 of tbo representative inso ot the city The organisatIon of this now branch 01 the famous order It In charge of State Commander M F Elkin and the 10e Btallstlone will take place about the 20ih of this month The personnel of the now tent la of a very high order being composed of a large number of professional men Including lawyer ministers editor dentists bankers and wholesale and retail merchants The Order of the Maccabees Is one of the leading fraternal and insurant organizations In America having n membership of over a half million with headquarters at Port Huron Mich and la that Siatu aloce there are oer 100000 tneinbers Tbo order was It troduced In Kentucky 10 year ago and to day it Is established In over 100 cl ties and towns ot Kentucky one of the first tents being organized hero Febru ary 28 1805 and Is composed of 200 of Liejcloctond best citizens under whose auspices a street fair will be hold the laet week of May Several death claims have been pall In Lexington Tent the Oral one that of Barry MoDougle for 83000 Notwithstanding the very low rate charged for Insurance the order hils a surplus of 13000000 It furnishes 10 addition to lIfo Insurance sick and accident benefits it being optional wlLb the member regarding this matter It is said that the ritualistic work Is second to none of the fraternal benofi clary orders being pleasing entertain lag and highly instructive tbo degrcot being conferred In one evening Tho Supreme Commander apprecla ting that so largo a tent will be orga nlzed has soul in advance to tbo State Commander Mr M F Elide an ole gant degree outfit to present to the tent the night it Is organized- Mr Elkin bas seen fit to choose Lex Ington as his adopted home having moved his family here last fall and ho says his best energies will bo given to the end tbat Lexington will become a Maccabeo center There are now 75 signers and the tent will no organized when the 100 mark Is reached Mr Elkin has room at the Loland Hotel He has had charge of the work In Kentucky for nine years and during that time has written over 5000 policies placIng over 17000000 of Insurance He Is at present State Commander and also one of the supreme odiccrs acd Is a man of great force of character nod energy Lexington Ii glad to have him as a olt Izen Following orB the names of those who have already signed F Clay Elkln Henry MllwardTbos L Walker Vernon P Bacon C Foe tar helm J W Rlabardcon J W Elkln W G Berry H K McAdams Robert L Brown J T Crcn haw W F Crogban W L Boswortb K M Wiley W B McClure A G Bryan B A Jenkins The H Plummer Preston Blake Baker P Leo Shelton M Saulley E P Perry W S Viloy W P Walton W F Downing L M Ware Louis H Ram ey J S Blake J W Rollings R Leo Cassell Henry B Boden A N Jewett Louts Zlnztr N J Slade Owsley Newland A W Borle Tnos Hughes O J Young J B Wilward G A DeLong Jr Lous S FclberW M Dunn M A Bark ley Henry Vogt John R Charles ortbTho8 H Smiley S S Yantla D C Hunter J B Hlfner Jas R Scott U D Norwood C F Brower J- E Knooke W F Wale Robert Skin ler T C Staolchouse S M Freese EL P Young J B Cunningham J Thompson B F Green Mr Meyers Cxlngton Demoorat Too Great A Risk In almost every neighborhood someone has died from an attack of colic or oboe ra morbus often before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned A reliable remedy for these disease iionld be kept at hand The risk is too great for any one to take Chamberlains tohc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy bas undoubtedly saved the lives of more cople end relieved more pain and Buffer Ing than any other medicine in use It can always be depended upon For sale by Craig R Hockcr U C V REUNION Now Orleans May 1022 The Queen fc Crescent touto has made a special low rate for- tbe benefit of the veterans and their frIends who anticipate attending this eetlng Tickets will be on sale May J21 good returning until May 24 1003 Privilege of extension until Juno 15 Ask your nearest ticket agent for artlculare or write W C Rlnearson GPA Tho servant girls of Mt Holyoko Mass have formed a union for the purpose of securing among other con ieelooB the use of the parlor for en irtalnlng their cousins and the right to have three evenings in the week to themselves Finding a Inbottle of hat- tboy supposed to bo whisky five em ployes of the Adams Express Company at Cincinnati took a drink from a paole- age in tranelt Ono of them died a fowl minutes afterward and tho other four- are In a serious condition HERE AND THERE An Ohio woman left fro a month for the care and maintenance of her cat i and dogs A Now York woman committed su hide because her husband would not buy her a now hat A D lleove Potttnaitor at Dontoc Carter county shot and probably fatall wounded Thomas Jordan Walter K Crandall charged wilt embezzling 112000 from the Woodmen of America was arrested in Chicago Tho now Transvaal loan will bear S per cent Interest and will bo issued a1 par Only 5160000000 of bonds will be issued at this limo Senator Lindsay who Is In Washington pays a high tribute to Qiover Cleveland but says it Iff too early tp talk about a Democratic candidate for President Owen Nlsbot and Mrs Clara Seymour Nisbet who were divorced last fall by the Christian Circuit Court weio married again last week at Knoxville Tenn Tho Jackson county grand Jury indicted Will Mullini for killing Jim Singleton Bond was placed at 13000 which was icadily given and case sot for next term of court The new general manager of the West ern Union Telegraph Company began as B messenger boy 25 years ago Which goes to show that messenger boys do sometimes get A dally thereIman ged by women In Chicago It promlios that it will dare to print everithlng and anything exactly as it really U The ladies to be ashamed of themselves FAIR DATES e The following Is the list of fair dates fixed for this year Richmond July 13 6 days Crab OK bard July 22 4 days Georgetown July 23 4 daysaCyntblana July 204 days Huitonville July 201 days Danville August 4 4 days Madieonville August 4 days Brodbetd Ang 01 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Croak August 18 4 days Lnwrcnceburg August IS 4 days Liberty Auj 1ft three days I Baepherdsvlll Aagust 96 4 days London Aug 26 doer days Somerset Sept I 4 days Tlarditown Sept Ii days Bllzabithtown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 164 days Owontboro Kentucky State Fair Sop omber SI 0 days- GREATLY ALARMED By a Persistant Cough But Permanently Cured By Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mr II P Itarbagc a student at laW in Greenville S C had been troubled for four or five years with a continuous cough which he says greatly alarmed- me causing me to fear that I was in the first stage of consumption Mr Bur lage having seen Chamberlains Cough Remedy advertised concluded to try it Tow read what ho says of it I soon felt a remarkable change and aftet using two ottles of the 2oc size was permanently nured Sold by Craig A hooker A S IInCllt BttrgeoDDontint Ctanford Ky Jfflnotrr WcUotwrU OnlyUulWlsg DR P W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers Housp Flats- UMBRELLASL Hecorered and repaired and made altas good as new for a small amount I can Ox your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a PRANK ATKIKS Stanford NABOTH JR Naboth Is a beautiful dark bay with heavy mano and tall with good honu plenty of htylo and Bnlsh and has extreme h and If worked would step as lat as old Naboth his sire lie Is over 16 hands high weighs 1126 pounds and only 4ytarsold this May He Is III by the wellknown Naboth First data by Messenger Chief Jr second dam by Crlt Davie third dam Thoroughbred Nabotli will mako the Season of 10V3 at our stable In Stanford at the law price of 812 SO to Insure a living colt Money duo when colt Is foale or mart parted with Mares traded or removed from title county forfeits the Insurance and the money Is due J It 1JKIFY Stanford ICy The Combined Stallion DUKE of RICHMOND WIN tasks the season of igoj my farm one mile south of AUKInney on McKlnncy Alt Salem pike ltAtyoIueance Is forftltej anJ In all uses money Is due ItDIQRFIThrreyearsolJIlArk best of style and action drives and rUes nicely lie UlDberJimIlAmbyNOTE Tom Is a combined horse with a KenItuckynbryLeslnltOlIs Lexlnxttm was nelimyra by ImrorteJ Monarch You see this Is as well bred colt as Is In the county I JackJimJack at there Is In the county I have both yearling and suckling colts to show you so you see there Is no sick In breeding to this Jack R S SCUDDER McKlnney SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK AT f The New YorK Store Mens Clothing liens Suits worth S5 for S20S Yens Si Suits at 8426 lions 80 Suits at SG Mens 1250 Suits at 750 Boys Suits for 9Cc up Mens everyday Shoos OOc Mens ItMtvr Shoos 8120 Mens Fine Show worth 8100 at il Mens Fine Shoos worth 82 at 8135 Mens 1ino Shoos worth 8275 I at 8175 lions Tine Slices worth 8at 82 liens Fit Shoes worth 8350 at 8260 Ladies Shoos worth 8100 at flOe t Ladies Shoos worth 8175 nt 81 Lmlioa Slices worth 82 at 81H5 Lnilios Shoos worth 82 60 at sum Wo are also paying for eggs this week 12Jc per dozenaThe New York Store IKU Next Door to Lincoln County Notional WHO Shall Fill it There should be but one question to consider in deciding fJ r I where to take your PrcscriptonSs und that isThoro arc tho boat Drugs and most accurate compounding to hud No motive or inllucnco should bo allowed to boIagainst it When you do this wo shall expect to r you NY hen we fill your proscriptiion every drug that on 1 ters into it has tho exact potency tho physician 1osirosIOur charges ate just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store First National BankStanford Capital Stock 50000 This Institution WM originally eeUMIshoil as the Hunk of Stanford IB IMt then reorganised as the NaMotial lank of Stanford In ISM cad again reorganized at the lint Natlunal Mask of Stanford IB isle having hull prmctlcally an uolntor r Mtttvaee fur 41 iriwr It Is heater sumittwl DOW with facllhtM for Inmeel- lag1slnepromptlyead wall than ever bofor lulls long aad twnaroMe tenor Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Core poratlons Solicited h h LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL It CAPITAL O Directors J D Paxton J II Owsley B Shank W O Walker Oeo W Carter Ky SaThe Farmers Ihiek d Trust OofsHiny sad tinder s e- taanaiomeet oonUnuouily for M years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Ilaplng twlt baste M rclatloas will prove muteally beeeaelal IIOOKBE UoHOIIRKTS WRAitRN Ilk- prDirectors ateKleyM BANK STOCK OOOOtOfficers Curconstantly changing and to guard against badly fitting Lenses you should Have Them TestedAt least once your Ifyour glasses have become scratch ed by frequent dont endanger your eye sight by They should be 40 change as soon as you dont see as as you used through them 1 Craig Hocker PUB CSALE I laving decided to engage In other bUll ness I will on FRIDAY MAY IS At UcKlnncT Ky Bell to tho highest bid der my liver stable and blacksmith shop rtentcnU of stable as follows Several head of horses some of which are good ado horses two drummer wagons ono good as now four buggies two almost as ood as new ono surrey good tut new one break cart one two hone road wagon with body four sets double hararss five sots buggy harness tool etc ono AA harrow one extra oclockTerms Salo of Valuable Property ON TUESDAY JUNE and iw I 11101 soU privately before we wiN offer the wen- I known Fisher and Herring farm for sale on the- premises In Lancaster KvUMh Mb MMUer The sate Is made for the sole purpose of oIMJlnjt the farm consists of ado acres of highly prbSuajvelanJ partly located within the limits of the city with a brick residence ani sob Isunll tutUln 0111 klnJs necesury to make a home attractive anj comfortable fronting on Rkh monJ Ave Th Lana lies well It unJer gooJ fencer anJ In the highest sUteof cultivation yielding abun dant crops of hemp tobacco corn wheat bluegrass etc There Is no better soul or more valuable prop In Central Kentucky Ills well watered TERMSeu and male known by the undersigned who will take pleasure In showing the remises to anyone MRS HtKKlNiit SlSAN FISHER JKy Officers J 8 Prest J J Chr W U II F Reid OanYllhl B Harris Stanford J B Ileoker Stanford W P Walton LoxlB 1TIt II T S U SHANKS President t J B OW8LBV Cashier r W M nntOHT Asst Cashiers EyesAre a wiping l well toISTHNFOFm Spring Opening of Wall Paper v 1 We are receiving dally some of the Wall Paper Inl1auylllTheprlcesrangotromthe expenlMnalve lpeclaltles Thuo Jmpcra are being dally and are on display at our store Pond all the of Danville Iloyle aud adjoining counties aro Invited to them Estimates gladly furnished on all WInltldompetent mono Paitlts and 11 Window Glass Wo have the best readymixed paints on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the closest market prices A E Gibbons t 3OO Main SthDanville Kentucky w