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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jSEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i I VOL xxx STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 2019039 A M NO 90 Ij NEWS NOTES Mn Coons ot Atchlson Kansas ti a grandmother 33 Tbo Thames river IB frozen over for tbo first Limo In many years Four prisoners escaped from tbo jail at Muofordvlllo by cutting through tbo wall Baltimore fc Ohio telegraphers have been granted a substantial looroaio 10I wages Two moo were killed and two badly Injured In an oxploiloo In a colliery at Shenandoah Pa Too 14 salmon canning faotorlo ol Boutbcaii Alaska have been merged Into ooo coropnoy Too principal brewers of Mexico City Mex are combining to fix price and for mutual protection Four of tbe Ova big lumber mill at DII 4ith have been shutdown by a strike of pliers for more money Detroit has boca selected by the 01 gar Dealers Association for the second annual convention next year The Letoher county kluklux cases wore called by the Doll circuit court but continued until the May term Maj Clifford D ham of Dubuquo Ia has been appointed provincial treasurer of the Philippine Islands Ono woman Is dead another will die and their brother Is suffering from ar sonic put In their food by unknown t persons at Santa Lucia Tex It Is estimated that from 00000 to 80000 tons of fertilizers will bo shipped from Nashville during the next six weeks to Southern cotton planters Favorable report has been made on i the bill authorizing the District of Co lumbia to borrow 110000000 from the United States Treasury for 20 years at 2 per cent Tbo official figures show tbat 4114 prloollOlubelr lives and that 33112 house were destroyed as a result of tie recent earthquakes at Andljan Russian Turkestan Consul General Oowdy says It Is not probable that any French coal will be hipped to the United States ai the roo suit of the eLIDe of Congress In plao log coal on the free list Tbo heaviest fine ever Imposed In Bell county has been Imposed on WII I liam Glbbs for soiling whisky Tbero were indictments and Ones aggregating t 1000 bud 300 days In jail Guests of the Grand Central Hotel Chicago were thrown Into a paolo by an earlY morning fire In the building ajjolnlog No one was hurt Property worth 100000 was destroyed There Is trouble In a St Louis church because an element of the mom bersblp aotually objects to the per j formica of the hoooheecooaba dance Included In the program ol ono of the ohurohs eotertalnmtnis- LcanderGuffy tlpataff of the court of appeal has been missing from his post of duty since Oct and no one knows his whereabouts Ilo was hit heard from In Vanderburg county lad Humors at Frankfort connect his disappearance with the fact that testi mony was brought out In the Caleb Powers trial showing him to have some known dgo of the Goebe murdor eon t spiracy Incidentally has boon die covered that the executive journal In the onico of the Secretary of State con taining a record of the issue of a par don for Duffy In 1802 on the charge of housebreaking has been mutilated MAN CANT shackles II question of his winning a race but a question of being able only to keep afloat man who i s from malnutrition Is like the fettered swimmer His stomach and t Its allied organs of digestion au nutri tion are diseased It is not a winningIn limplJaffects tbe stomach it it affecting also the blood and the health of every o- rpaof the body onlyfoodnutrition and I1U- lrirrils the life of and every It Pierce MedicalI swim In It isnt of the stomach other organs of digestion and nutria enablesIIt For six long n I suffered with 1 nand myliverandkidneywblchhmedthe bet doctor In our write R I Ilaa- aell Jt ofWooUeTlrincc William Co Va Inaercdwith my stomach and back for a time and alter taking a carload of medicine hardlycIn the side sad blind spells I began Ukinr Dr Pierce Gulden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pellets Before I of the econd bottle I began to feel relined I sot alx more bottles and ued them and am happy to say 1 owe my life to Dr Pierce Accept no substitute fore Golden Med Discovery There Is nothing as good for diseases of the stomach- blood lungs The Common Sense Medical Adviser MoS large C ia paper covers is sent IrH on receipt of it onecent stamps tot pay mailing only Address Drr R Y Pierce llulhlo N Y Lexington has 102 lawyer 07 doc tor and 137 saloons The half deeomposed remains of men wore dlsoverod under an old ware house at Carlisle Judge Junes E Stewart one of the mot prominent lawyers In Eastern Kentucky died at Louisa Thirty passenger wore Injured In a wreck on the Denver and Rio Grande railroad near Sargent Col Martin Endrcss an aged German of Covlngtoo spent his all for drink then choked himself to death with a bolt Luther It Porter former bank cashier was acquitted at fowling Green yesterday of a charge of embezzle mint boston McVeigh a teamitor of Ak ron 0wal kicked to death by Albert Ames olio a teamster with Ames wooden log Tho etcftiinr St Louis reached port at New York six days over due after a tedious voyage Delay was due to leaking boiler M de Jllowlu for3Sears Paris cor respondent of the London Times and who only a year ago retired died In Paris of opoplexv The most powerful gun ever built In Amsrloa alOlnoh coat defense rl Oea successfully tested at the Gov SandyhookAs the result of a collision on the Dig Four railroad near Loltcbneli III two locomotives and 40 cars loaded with valuable freight rolled down a steep embankment and wore destroyed Crazed with drink Jim McCloud threw his baby on a hot stove In Louis yule and because his motherinlaw at tempted to rescue It bo struck her over the bead with a stove lid and litter It Is said that the Pennsylvania rail road will build two additional tracks making six In all between New York acd Philadelphia Heretofore four tracks have been the limit but with out doubt the limo will como when some of the mainline will have six tracks for considerable distances In what he termed his last remarks before the anthracite strike commis sloe President Mitchell declared that nonunion minors had boon decoyed be fore tbo commission as witnesses on the promise from the operators of high er wages lie also asked tbat the 3 000 Idle miner In tbo anthracite fold be permitted to return to work Tbo Chicago grand jury convened to Investigate the coal famine will make Its report at once Thirtynine true bills bavo been ordered against opera tor wholesale and retail dealers The Udlotmontsaroot three classes con piracy to Qx pIoei combination to fix prices and blacklisting of retail dealer who flAiled to bold UP the prlco PECULIARISHS Every square Latin of sea Is estima ted to contain 120000000 fish The tongue of a 7 Wool whale has been known to yield as much as a ton of oil Japan has an avenue of trees 50 miles long extending from the town of Na roanda to Nikko In Finland reindeer aro worth only about 760 a bead A reindeer can travel about 130 miles a day The number of leaves on a large 60 ootblgh oak treo has been counted and found to exceed 0000000 Tbo youngest monarch who over as cended the British throne was Henry VI Qe was eight months and 25 days old at his accession Just 2300 minutes was the time taken by an ordinary cable message ingoing around the world from Boston via Vancouver and Australia Every native and naturalized citizen In Denmark over 00 years old and un able to support himself and family re ceives a pension varying from 1250 to 1160 a month- Compensation In the form of a pan sion of 1425 a yoar Is being sought at Frankfort by a man who received a paralyzing stroke while using a long distance telephone Tbe mountaineers of Georgia catch trout with a sledge hammer Their practice Is to thump a rock under which a trout seeks refuge with a ham mer and the concussion renders the fish senseless The largest mule on earth a 3year old Jennet belonging to Mlsbsel Mur ray of Hereford Mo will be exhibit ed at the Worlds Fair St Louis She Is 18 hands or six feet high at the shoulders and weighs 1705 pounds Frank Mitchell a Negro born In slavery 108 years ago Is still living at Akron Oaod bas a vivid recollection of events that occurred In the first part of tbo last century Ho has smoked and chewed tobacco for over 100 years There are 3604 languages lo tbe world and Its Inhabitants profess more than 1000 religions The number of men Is about equal to the number of women The average length of lIfo IB about 33 years of 1000 pereonb only one reaches 100 year of life of every 100 six reach the age of 65 and not more than one In 100 live 80 years MATRIMONIAL H II Cook a widower of 38 and Mrs Margaret Young a widow of 28 wero married at Highland Saturday Mr and Mrs Abaalom Oldham of Madison celebrated their golden wedding Mr Oldham Is 75 and bis wife Is 73 Miss Jcnnlo Dickinson of Darbour vlllc but who Is well knowa hero was married last week to Oscar C Mo countyAtbo hotel keepers u prepare the bridal chambers on tbe top floor Tblwo coolllgIoeren says tbe Lexington Democrat George M Burton of Devle at pres ent but an old Stanford boy will be married at tho home of Capt Pugb In Pltuburg to Mies Margaret Allen of Durham N C tomorrow Miss Allen Is a niece of Capt Pugh and Is an ex ceedingly handsome and accomplished lady James Mersbon of Livingston and Miss Ida Hales the pretty daughter of Mr J It Hales of this place drove to Meier110WI LlvlojlItooMrman while his bride Ian excellent lady and quite popular- A Bowling Green special says Tbo toThomasrise church was ono of tbo most notable social events hero In years A recep followedjot prominent people from a distance wore present At midnight Mr and Mrs Owsloy left for Memphis where they will reside PrAokNvorce beforo Justice Jaggart ho was of the tender ago of 11 when the mar rlage ceremony was performed and his wife was but seven years old Tbo complaint states tbat tbe couple were marred at Grand Rapids WIs In July of 1876 and that Walden Is now 33 years of ago and Mr Walden Is 34 Ho suing on statutory charge WIDOW PARTYA A Howlett tbo veteran bank president and business man of Syracuse N V has Issued invitations to about 100 widows who are to help him celebrate bl8od birth day annlvuriary on Feb 17 No man EeryIdaknown has boon Invited Mr Howlott says Widows are too of ten loft out of society Ivo been In the business over since 1840 and I know a groat many widow Therell be widows from New Yorlr Chicago Duluth Os- wego and other places and theyll all bi prominent people Wo wont bavo a man In the Louse I am going to bavo a ladle orchestra woman caterer women waitresses and I am looking now for a woman to see after the fur nace Mr llowlaU will banish his son and grandson from the house DYE CABBY 1bThe farmers of this vicinity have been making good use of tbe few fair days In getting In tbelr corn from the river bottoms Mrs Lanbam Is sllll Improving John Qendereon and family have moved to John Lanhams and Mr William of Buck Creek la going to move In the Col Lanham house Mrs Sophie Lao ham ot Stanford bas been visiting her father J B Brown tbo past week ac companied by her son Preston who has been sparking some of Caseys fair OIL girls A J Halls family has been down with mumps Scott Hall who has been In bad health for some time Is unlmprovea Dislocated Her Shoulder ForgulFalllshoulder She had a surgeon get it back In place as soon as possible but it was quite sore and pained her very much Her son mentioned tbat ho had wen Chamberlain 1aln Balm advertised for sprains and soreness and she asked him to buy her a bottle of it which he did It quickly relieved her and enabled her to sleep which she had not done for several days The son was much peased with the relief it gave his mother and lio has since recommended it to many others For sale by Craig h Hocker The nicest and pleosantcst medicine I have used for Indigestion and constlpa tlon is Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says Melnrd F Craig of Mid dlcgrovc N Y They work like a charm and do not gripe or havo any unpleasant oiled For sale by Oraig S Hocker Druggists They run tbo gory murderer In And hang the luckless fellow But the girl goes froo who jibs dear me Mens eye with her umbrella O O Wallace wants to succeed him self as postmaster at Richmond JAMES F BOLDAM Announces for reelection as circuit clerk In this Issue Tbero are few more competent clerk In tbe State than Mr Holdam and certainly there are none more accommodating It will take a monstrous good man to defeat him for tho nomination while there Isnt a re publican In the county tbat can make Interesting for him In n race Mr Holdnm Is a true and tried democrat and Is popular In all sections IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Ford has a round dozen cases of smallpox Central University at Danville will have a chair of orawryvW T Ewing will soon begin tbe publication of the Kentucky Farm Jour oat at Harrodsburg The Mercor National Dank at Her rodsbirg increased the wages of Its employee 10 percent W M Dupee of Junction Cltv wl open at London In a few days a whole sale flour meal sblpstulT and produc- house Tbe now hall and lodge building of Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F will be dldlcated tonight at Rich mind The grand officers of the Stato and all adjoining lodges have been In vited to attend John W Yerkos sent a check for ISO to President W C Roberta of Centre College with tbe Instruction that It be given to tbe young man who makes the greatest progress throughout the year without reference to scholarship Will Tlnlc Mullins killed James Sir gleton near Doyle old store In Jackson county Monday Both men were citizens of Rockcastle but wero engag ed In getting out some logs lo that county and were on their way to work when the trouble occurred It the two Danville DowloBarnea Elljih prophets want to mako converts all they need do la to come to Harrods burg and convlnco their hearers that theres much profit In tbe business aid tboy can raise an army of follow or Democrat D G Clark administrator for W G Clark received through Agent R B Mahony of Stanford a check for II 000 lo settlement of a lIfo policy hold by Mr Clark to that old reliable com pony the Equitable of Now York The deceased had only been Insured a few months and had never paid a cent as his premium did not come due until several days after his deathMt Vernon Signal J D Matthews pf Somerset who was Assistant Secretary of State undo Caleb Powers has nude a statement regard to the assassination of Gov WIMam Goebel Do names W S Taylor Charles Flnley Henry E Yout sey W H Culton and Wharton Gold en as the men responsible for the mur der conspiracy Matthews says bo hat told all ho knows to tbe Common wealth Attorney He expresses lobo belief that Caleb Powers la Innocent though ho admits that others than those he names may have figured In tbe conspiracy Adjt Gen David R Murray report of the strength and condition of tbe Kentucky State Guard shows a total ol 2105 men In the service Ot these 141 are commissioned ofllcers 412 aro noncommissioned officers and 1552 are pri sates The guard la divided Into iwo regiments of Infantry two batteries ot artillery two drum and bugle corps ooo hospital corps and ono company oj cadets Mrs Albert Burns of Laurens S C has had a very busy life In 22 years she has raised 13 children In addition to this abe has started and run a saw mill run aginnery which In tbo busy season she feeds herself does general teaming her own house work and take In sewing Doctors WifeArentyou going to take our Instrument case- DoctorNo the patient la plumbr Im going to send back for tbo Instru meats and charge him for the tlmo The mother of exGov Foster o Ohio Is dead aged 100 S rl Qi1ters of fasts Will lose their terror for any man who wears our warm Overcoats Caps Gloves and oth Comfortables a a IT PAYS TO TBADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T D mILLER Danville Kg CAR LOAD OFt Oliver Chilled Plows Wage ons Just Received V r FOR SALE BY 1 Higgins a McKinney 9 r STANFORD KENTUCKY J who snail nil n I I There should bo but ono question to consider in deciding where to take your PrcscriptonSf and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence shouldjbe allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to slave you When we fill your prescriptiion every drug that en ters into it has tho exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store 11Kyu uu H A WORD We are very thankful to you tor your liberal patronage of last year Favor us further by a con tinuance of it during the year just begun Craig Hocker STANFORD W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Asks B continuance ofJ your patronage during 1903 and thanksyouJor your liberal dealings of the year Just closediellalasae asv a Fresh Drugs at Prices that are Right I Y r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 4 E C WALTON H H HENNINGER- Of Wayne County U a candidate for State TrnI era aub ct to the action the DtmoeiaUc put JAMES F HOLDAM It a nniUjte for the Democratic nomination for cuit Clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the gaily M F NORTHI- s Is Candidate for the Democratic nomlnttto for Repreu natty of Lincoln county Subject to Ibe c tk noftb parry ALVERSONlIs a candidate for the Democratic nomination lot Rfro rtwnutlye of Lincoln County subject to the action of the party Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C 8AUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR To Senator Vest of Missouri the due credit of the passage by both house BB of a bill providing for a rebate of duties on foreign coal for one year aDd with an amendment practically placloJ anthracite on the free list The vanta of monopoly in Congress were a unit against him but he outwitted them They fought bin demand for justice with all the power of party dls clplino supported by organized trced and to hla enthusiasm they opposed the selfish Interests which have Lrowo great on government granta of prlYl lege The passage of the bill Is a featb er ID the cap of the brilliant statesman soon to retire from public life and a brilliant close of an honorable politic careerC0L R P JACOUS one of the braiD 1est andbest lawyers In Kentucky died eoly at his home In Danville Saturday morning He was one of the States most substantial citizens aDd his death causes sorrow In all section I but especially In Central Kentuck where he was beat known and mOlt loved Col Jacobs was 04 years old aDd- Is survived by a wife but no chlldrei He was president of the Boyle Nation Bank and leaves a handsome eatat Col Jacobs was a member of the Coo stltutlonal Convection and had held other offices of trust and honor He had not been In good health for Lbo past tire years TUB memory of the late Samuel J Tllden pf New York Is to be honore by the erection of a bronze statue 10 the city of Washington If the bill 10 troduced by Representative Sulzer of New York becomes a law It provide that the statue shall be of bronze aod the sum of 50000 to eroct 1appropriates No man who ever lived better deserves a monument but DO man ever needed one as little as thll p grand old democrat who was cheated out of the presidency to keep his memo ory green lo the hearts of his country menIk Youtsey has not told the Frankll county grand jury all bo knows abou the assassination of Gov Uoobel In he seven days ho has been before tha body hie store of knowledge concern- Ing the horrible conspiracy must be Inexhaustible As Editor James Rich ardson of the Glasgow Times says there Is every promise of a rattling of dry bones before the present year hili spent Itself and men In high placer who know of the conspiracy will cat for mountains to fall upon them ere many more moons wax And wane TUB state of Virginia has among Its political leaders a number of veteran of the civil war Senator Daniel lerv ed In a southern regiment and Soua tor Martin his colleague in Washing too was a cadet from the Virginia Military Institute Congressman Lamb of Richmond Is a war veteran as Iii Attorney General Anderson All of the best men In Virginia of the generatloi now passing away were In the southern army Toe Isthmian canalcommission com posed of nine members has already drawn in salaries 1225289 or at the rate of 11000 each since the board was formed The traveling expenses of each have In addition averaged 11800 each and the route oven has not yet been selected This Is a pretty big take out and the prospect Is that there will be numerous and sundry grafta steals eta baforo the thing gets under way PHILADELPHIA seems to preserve Its 1supremaclas the city of homes It leadi the In tho number of buildings erected ID 1902 although both Chicago and New York are ahead of It in the value of new buildings In Philadelphia more than 11000 build Ings were constructed In the year past most of them private dwellings pTilE distressing news comes from that a bean famine exists there Poor Bostonl Without boans sbo U t worse than nothing What is going tq become of her A TUERE is a aralae la Sweden owing to a failure of the props aad the fiahor lee U Is stated that It will require over t600QOpO to prevent the natloa from being decimated The Swcdes la this country have already dispatched 112000 to their suffering eouotr1 moo which la another proof that hit Is the moat liberal nation In the world With our Immense grain crops 110 have been rolled upon agate and agala In time of famine throughout he world A MILWAUKEE judge has decided that people cannot stay on a ylslt 0 their relatives beyond a reasooable time without rendering themselves lIa- ble for board and the trouble Is that people who visit that way do not mlod the liability They are law proof POLITICAL The members of the Missouri ICfls laturo have voted themselves clerlfa at 13 50 a day- SecroaryHay said at a banquet 10 New York City that Roosevelt would succeed himself C E Sugg of Handorson has ao pounced himself a candidate for Stae Superlntondant of public schools China has not yet replied to the ooe of the Powers insisting upon the pay meat of the war Indemnity In gold Dr W C Black son of Baoker Slack of Barbourvlllo has aonouoced for the republican nomination for Rop esentatlvo There are throe members of tho IIn Doll Legislature that belong to oohher treat party Two of them belong 0 Lbe public ownership party and one II- a prohibitionistThe who sent David Hili a tl money order as a retainer f xceeding by 70 cents the valuatloo laced on his services since the recOoL lection Louisville Times AD effort will be made In the Seoate to bring up the Cuban reclprocll 1 caty In executive session but the treaty is certain to meet opposlllo aod will likely be defeated The House by a vote ol 737 to 40 passed a substitute for the Senate bill roatlng a Department of Common aDd Labor Twentynine democra voted with all the republicans Congrocsman Gilbert in an Intervle at Louisville Bays be will not be a canI dldate for the U S Senate to succeed lackburo but will support floe Harry Welsscnger for that position Chairmen Payne of the House Ways aDd Means Committee declares there Is no likelihood of a favorable report at this session on the pending bill to reduce the tax on distilled spirits from- S110 to 70c- Frederick G Harrison of Llncolt Neb a former law partner of Judg Fields who was William J Bryan iponent In his frat race for Congresi tho Cincinnati pollcwall a prisoner in court charged with theft Senators Tllman and McLaurln have received copies of the resolution adopted by the South Carolina Legislator questing them to use their utmost efforts to defeat the confirmation of the ruination of W D Crum as surveyo of customs at Charleston A rocen y u o President Is go- Ing through toe tor gore of the Cap to I tmi the 0 Iced support of Senators Dar o oraker said ao app1caot fudlod to the President the other day Good good replied tbe President Now go and got Senator ilrbanks and Beverldge to agree 00 nothing and I will give you the White House J M Alverson of Stanford hOB pounced himself as a candidate for Representative of Lincoln county Mr Alverson is a democrat of the old- kind and a man of exceptional attainments In every particular and wouli be an honor to himself and constltu COO as well as one of the lawmaker oUbe State Should tho Lincoln leo- pIe honor him with the office he secks- they will most assuredly never regret havlog done BoML Vernon Signal THIS NDTHAT Editor Gonzales shot by Lieut Gov- Tillman at Columbia S C is dead Phe Mutual Investment Co of Lex lo ton has Increased its capital stock- from 150000 to 9100000 Cot W C P Brecklnrldge mayap- pear as an attorney for Caleb Powers 10 the prisoners next trial fhe German cruiser Panther shelled- Fort San Carloi Venezuela for an- bour and It is alleged that no notlfica- tloo was given ties Edith Runner of St Joseph- Mo suicided in the office of Dr F- Weyman in that city She was In lovo- with the doctor- iiliam Bowser a wealthy saw mill owoer of Anniston Mo was assassl- nated while reading at a table In his- room His head was almost blowo- from the shoulders brew S Hewitt former Congress mao former Mayor of New York and lantbroplst died in New York yesterday He was 81 years old Oeath- was caused by jaundice News has been received of what ap- peare to be the greatest find of old- sloce the discovery of the Klondike kings The new bonanza Is located on the Tanuna river 300 miles from- Circle City and in American territory- ThB pay streak la unusually large and the dirt runs in some cases 25 cents to the pan SOME QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS What cities In the United States bear the names of former prcldootl Lincoln Nob Cleveland Ohio aad Washington D 0 What city Is the favorite with blcl tale people Wheeling W Va What town la preferred by the bowl ere P Bowling Green Ky What town makes a swell jacket for men and women Norfolk Va What city bears the name of the hero of New Orleans Jackson idle What city bears the name of a good king of France St Louis Whatclty do all smokers love Ha vanaWhat city do you use on your hand kerchief Cologne What Keptucky ton n bears the oamo of a queen 0 Ellzabetbtown What city bears the name of a bach don saint St Paul Minn What city docs the doctor favor Lansing Mich What city Is the nesting place of th e eagle Erie Pa What creek does the saloon man prefer l Brandywlno What city is named for a famoull taint St Augustine What city is always Increasing 10 size Dublin What city always floats on the a ter Cork What is the most Impoverished city In Europe Po What city makes good bedspread Jarsellles France What do people call a beautiful city 00 the Mediterranean P Nice What city Is noted for a certain eort of steak l Hamburg Love Versus Lucre Llok by link the chain Is broken Of Its strength and power bereft All Its links will soon be vanished Therell be nothing of It left Where are now the words of promise Sweet vows sworn to oer and oer Dead and in their graves all sleeping Do not wake them any more Love once like a flower blooming Flourished llke blushing cow T1I1 it hung Its head and withered Perished on its lifeless stem Ooee a heart loves and la broken Shattered bleeding wrecked by palo Led aetrayby false words spoken Never lives to lovo again Life la scarcely worth the living Going through it with bowed head Wrecked in faith by thoaoyou trusted Love like that Is better dead In the graveyard of affection Wounded hearts are burled Dlasted hopes of lovo and frleodblp Look upon those graves and weep Wheo a girl weds man for money Ankle blush beyond the skies Wheo they bear her say I love you For they know she dont the lies Love Yea only love for money When thats gone then as a rule SeparatlootUl some fellow Buys her like he would a mule WILLS HAYS CHURCH MATTERS Elder Lloyd Darsie pastor of tbo Obrlstlao church at Paris has realgt ed to accept a pastoral charge in Chi cagoRev Dr Daniel T Flake for 5- YBare pastor of Belleville Congregi dooal church at Newburyport Mae- died suddenly Bid J W Hardln of Bowllo Greco will preach for the Church of- Christ on Lancaster street Saturda nlgbt at 7 oclock and Sunday morning atll and evening at 7 oclock Croup lie peculiar cough which indicate croup is usually well known to the moth- en of croupy children No time shoul be lost in tho treatment of it and for this purpOe no medicine has received moro uolversal approval than Chamberlain Cough Remedy Do not waste valuable time in experimenting with untried remedies no matter how highly they may be ommcnded but give this medicine D- 8directfd and all symptoms of croup wllt- quickly disappear For sale by Craig Hocker Druggists a A report reaches Willlamsburg tha- 10 shooting affray in Whitley county- Fraok Rose was killed Josh Faulkoer- WIU fatally injured and Nelson Lawsoi seriously hurt W A Scott a paralytic of- New Cumberland W was bound- an4 gagged by masked men and robbed of booty worth 2000 Judge Parker in a decision at Lex Ip ton held that the Imuo of 875001 iOol bonds was valid It Interest ondclasa cities Joo Arnold of Garrard has sold hit HQacre farm 2t miles from Lancaster to Jr Creclllue at f42 50- Tbe contract for building a I20OC courthouse at Hickman has been let The president appointed Mlles Williams postmaster at Eminence Craig Hooker guarantee every baffle of taamlerlains Cough Remedy and 1refund the money to any one who is not- satisfied after USDB twothirds of the con- ten8 This Is the beat remedy in the- world for la grippe rough colds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant to take It presents any tendency of a cold to result 10 jSoumonia IYfiw Nisw ai w d i Watch this space next issue for BARGAINS The Grand Leader will have somethingV important to tell its custom ers It will be well worth your time to read it Look put for it Friday 1 THE GRAND LEADER j HAYS LEVY Props S B LEVYManatreri b Ua4 s a NOTICE I Notice Isienbyp1yen that by mutual consent ufirm of C RosmiI R Ox and J RuM ICo comroMd ol C kouni tee Kcbttc a RtIl- int M Rown ttn Jake RaM and HIM RuMfiitlrw have been dtssotvet Jake Retenilin aas RM RDlIne coaeaw the bvllMl unJrr- lite hfcaaw of J RoMMtte Co at Fr nklt Ky C RsrstlaS and Retoert KotwwtlM iul con owe twMeae art the 8m rase el C Ratlal k Ce at SttMwd Ky M kosestlee will buhMat FrwUfcut Ky taJhrVtoally us ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE t dltre to sell myfarm of 60 acres jail utiMo of the town It tj one of the irottlest bomud Stanford and well Improved aandaome twoitor oolllDR Kitchen and splendid celar Flee water and lctrlo urnlihed tree Mont of the outaldo tune tog la kept y others Very little renc log to do Splendid barn a datum a at locr Land In a late of cultivation with moat of It In grass Good roomy meat home etc Term to inlt purchaser aDd lee the place J 9 forl1 If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial IJiv FENNE- RSKIDNEY and Backache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs ac eIIeartDlaeaaeLlrarel- Dropsy Female Troubles Dont become discouraged There It a cure for you If nccm ury Ur Fcunri Ito has spent a Ufa tltuo curing just auck cues All COnsultations Free Dr Fencers ICIrtuoy and ItcKacne tu ullro today 1 bad rorleanalldweigh l W MdcaDmN ojiro Furnace Q Drugglst tACI Ask tor Cook lIookFree J STVITUSDANCE CURE Sure Cure Circular Dr Feuncr redoalaN Y HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE 1 N ss isar a W wIeZ7rJr+ wrr Regular atyt Special Hot llorHu4CallleSt71 Stays ii In or 6 In apart 8taya la la or 6 la spurt Made of large strong highgrade stool wiroa heavily galvanized provides for expansion and contraction Is practically everlasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it 1i Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigsfEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call anti see it Can show you howtit will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay For Sale by HARRIS ft CO SUm ford Ky Dealers in Groceries Hardware fcc 1 sataltttst osulrssss stsatarsao slao CHANGE W W Withers curl L R Iliifjhca liavo jiurclms urniturcI I I Ilarger I 1 BARGAINSuptodato patterns Wo have loomed IAlltlPatterns well bought are half old to tl1ntIspent in making elections in this novel not be missed We cordially invite you our different lince anti nsnuro you advantage shall be ours I WITHERS FURNITURE ourI asrLSSasaate asi aeatsn waonestsas astaasstesstaa nisi r I TWO DAYS ONLY examined glasses adjusted Dont neglect your children 0 A to 4 p Mason HotelU D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky I table Newly furnished clean beds splendid meet all 89 Dr I Goldstein OP LOUISVILLE K- YEyeSpecialistwill bo at tho VERAN17A IIoTELMonday and Tuesday February IG and 17 Eyes and scientifically open Ofllce Hour i reMIW EferyJilng fret claaa trains NEW LIVERY STABLEi L W JURU b Sl41rGn JUNCTION CITY KY r ISpootalGrain nay For dale THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KT JAN 20 1003 UIIhelone and with propor care We could not do better If jon paid ui double tho price which li alwayi reasonable Peb cye Drug Storo PERSONALS Mns J W ROUT hal been quite tick MR ALIIERT DOLSON wee here from Paris Sunday MR L M REID of Quitoovllto was poMILCity Saturday 1 HARVEY DUNN was hero ycttorday from Urodhiail MRS AMANDA CARSON of the WelL End li quite sick MRSSM OWENS Is vliltloR her sister In Hartford ALUKRT PENCE of Covlo ton Is with the homofolki- HBV A J Putt of Jlrodhead was hero a short wbllo yesterday MR SCOTT McGUIRE went up W Mt Vernon yesterday on buslnois Miss ANNA IlEto of Uuitonvlllo ipoDt Saturday with relatives hero MR JOHN LUTES and son Colemao aro vliltlojr relatives at Doattyvllle MRS M E OSOOOD of Toledo 0 U with Mrs D P Martin at Rowland E M WOOTEN and wife or Qydoo were hero W see Dr J O Carpenter MR J B WILSON of Dye Casey county was hero on bialncn jeitor i liJouNMrs Wagoner aro vliltlnjr In Taylor stcountyMiss FRANCES WILSON of Louis vlllo Is the handsome guest of Mrs J S Htco Mil n C HuiLEY went to Harrods burn yesterday to Ice his brother who Isqultolll MR Lucms LEWIS of Marietta WIs ts with his parents Dr and Mrs T M Lewis MR O T WALLACR of Garrardwa here last week doing some surveying for Dr J n Uwiley Mlt JOUN L HECK of MoKlnney who has been slolc was well enough to bo In town yesterday MRS J H OEAKLBY and little Bl loUe arc visiting Mr John Morsbon and family at Somerset MnsA A O HBBsu AUM nod little daughter Dorothy of Versailles were guests of Mrs J Abrams MR AND MRS T J FOSTER have gone out W Mr John U Fosters to spend tbo winter with them MRS NANCY PnooTOR of Mt Vcr non who Is vltttlng her daughter Ir- D P Martin at Rowland Is quite sic MK V INCH T ARNOLD of Stonega Va was hero Saturday en route to Garrard to see one of that countys fair tcet L CllRiBTMAN end family of moved to the Ilarlan farm ho recently purchased of Mr U L Hubble D L YOUNO was down from Pitts burg Sunday to see his mother Mrs J 8 Young who remains III at her homo at Highland GLivingstonmoioerlnlaws Mrs Tucker In tho Maywood section A LITTLE girl has arrived to further bleu tho union of Mr and Mrs Per Noland Mrs Nolnd was Miss May Hughes Lancaster Record ELD P M McttoiiKKTS was elected as a delegate to the Presbytery which meets at Danville today by the Prea I byterlan church here Sunday Miss ANNETTE BECK a handsome young lady from Lincoln county In se tho city yesterday returning from Winchester Lex Democrat J HELM JR of Lincoln hat been employed by tbo East Tennces Telephone Company here to take tbeP position resigned by Fred Grant Ad vacate MR Q Y BIER of Orownsboro and Mr and Mrs John Qardln of Avoca who havu been the guest of Miss Jennie Ponce returned to their homos yesterday Miss JKNNiE PENCE entertained her guests Mr and Mrs John Hardln of Avoca and Mr H1 Speer of Drowns bore at a progressive potato party Sat urday evening There wore about 10 51couplesdelightful evening THE following letter from MM A Y Fuller of Orlando Fla Is calculated to make the burdens of a newspaper per seem lighter If they are Please find enclosed check for your paper for this ynar 1 could not got along wit out It The cold weather has not do Doat any damage so far Many wishes for a bright and prosperous Now Year LOCALS baked to ordor at WIllIIit 1CAltES auyJno Bright Coitt McClaryitREDUCED prices on lap robes J O To Jones for white goods and em broldt rle8itSoul son of a Sencgamblan stole a twQgslloa jarof Itrawborry prceor vas from Mr George L Coopers collars nd asnow Thompsy has to eat without that delicious sweets a t To JOQN tar white goods and em broideries FOR SALE Two book cases Iron bed couch reeking chair etc Call this week S M Rankln ThdellAnnie Lasloy or L R Uugbos 2t furnILureforonce for flrst choice 8141 Rankle Confederacywill row Wednesday afternoon at 2 Each member Is requested to oclockbe urxl her February duel J M JOHNSON tho Wayncsburc IromLtaboo ewre room Mr Johnson deals extensively in country produce etc MORfiAN Thomas Morgan aged 68 died Friday of quick puaumonla A wife and several children survive He was a brother of Sweeney Morgan of Garrard and was a painter by trade A was bore roster day that In a fight botweon Druce Ar aballotsister of Boyle lifllctlog a dangerous wooedSyPOWELL Ltttio Odolla the two monthsold daughter of J W Powell of Rowland died at that placo Satur burIedoclockI wliveInterlocutor of Dilly Bailey Min rati a Lexington organization which start out this week PERKINS Tho wife of Mr Sim Perkins died Saturday of pneumonia cemeterySueda1lat boma by Ray D J Ro a Deddo- Lhd husband a grown son survives EtUSMrW IIHiggins receiv brothiR that his relative Mr Susan Ellis xlf of Thorns Rills bad died see we about SO years old and a splendid Chris flea lady TUB Cblneie tea given by tbo ladle of the Presbyterian church In the ban over Biggins k MoKlnnoys store Fri day evening was a most enjoyable af talc About 113 was cleared which is good considering the small admission tee charged ALIIERT Jortus colored who finish ed a two years term In tho Mkon his arrival at home that night and was placed In jail His freedom tailed less than n down hourseTill INTERIOR JOURNALS good friend Mr George O Given proI sented Ita editor with a dressed fowlwhich ho and bis family aro far log sumptuously on Such evidence ot friendship Is appreciated by the writer tar chore his ability to oxeyes L G Goocu of the firm of L ooch S Sons at Wayncsburg has P S Gooch Internet in tbo storo for 11000 The retiring member of tbo fleet will go Into partnership 0ystoro there AFTER littrleleha editor the Lancaster Record sdys One of t boat hotels In Central Kentucky is St Aaapb which Is run by Mesira Far rte it Hardln at Stanford Polite por tare meet all trains the table Is as good aa the markets afford and tbo rooms clean and Inviting 00gtiilODL AND HOME LIICKLY M McRoberts representing Right Rev Wm George McCloaky Louisville has bought from O L Richards 05 nonce of land at Ottenholm for 11600 Thorn are two bouses on Dl8bopMcCloeky largo school and probably a homo for Aged and Infirm catholics In Iho ovont ho does this Ottonholm will greatly benefited and soon it will b town of no small Importance McRoUERTSMr George T Me Roberts died at Brodhcad at 4 oclock yesterday morning after a protracted Illness pf a complication of aged 83 Tho romaine will arrive horo noon today and at 1230 they will bo taken to Buffalo Cemetery and laid to rest Mr MoUobbrta was a tine old gentleman and the news of his death horo has caused universal sorrow Not the least of his many good traits wail Mr McRoberts love for tho demo erotic party and his strict adherence to It He voted hero and ho could be counted on to como down and mark under the rooster ills wife died some years ago but a number of grown child era left to mourn tho death of a k and Indulgent father Mr MaItob rte was a brother pf Mr J M MoRobo rte of this placo and ilka him he had the everyonePoaeogentleman and splendid citizen CRUSHED Oyster Shells for chickens at Craig it Hookers COME while wo are hero and let us mako your likeness Miss Sacray ATTEND George D Hoppers sale ursday next See ad II elsewhere BUCKIIOARD Good second handed buckboad for sale Apply at ihti of flee it AN sffort is belmdeto have B voting place established at Ottenbelm a good idea ALL clay taxes notpaid bv Feb lwlll advertised and property sold R G Jones city marshal 3t 20MtRRILLfined 120 in Judge Baileys court for disturbing religious worship JAILER FITZOEJIALD has given each of his prisoners a New Years presbnt Ip the form of a free vaccination at Danville BEAR In mind that nFrances E Boauchamp State president of the W C x U will speak at the Christian church this evening SUIT GARLAND SINGLETON has bought of T L Lafollet his house and lot In Dart wn for t550 Mr Lafol and family will mOTe to Boyle coup HARDixMA Timothy Hardln 87 died at bis homo In tho West Ecd at 830 last night Burial at McCor- mack church at 3 oclock tide after Don FOR RENTStoreroom on Lances occupiedthis olllco or write to W P Walton Lexington 4t PLEASR dont forget our terms aro cash or exchange and If we ticket you palllwbeorCARSON L PENCE areready to wait on the people in an exchange at their store Wheat corn oats hay etc taken in exchange for hour meal ehlp Bluff and cotton teed meal theyaLIon held there several years ago and warrants have been Issued against a number of saloon keepers Tux supervisors will bo In session today to hear complaints from too Stanford district why their property tjiould not bo raised Crab Orchard to morrow 21st and Hustonvllle 22d FINED JudgeW R Carsons court yesterday Alfred Jones colored twoarpears In tbo penitentiary for forging a cheek on Mr J T Haokley was flood 13 for disorderly conduct AT the yelp of Mrs Clara Slsgletona ffect at Crab Orchard Saturday J B Willis bought the 100 aero farm for 1910 S H Baughman the houso and lot in Crab Orchard for 1150 and Cur tis Govor a lot In Crab Orchard for 8250 AT the raoetlheof tbo Central Ken tucky Medical Association at Danvlllr wasGSpurgeon Cheek of Danville vice president Dr Steele Bailey of this placo was roo elected secretary S Tin fiscal court with Judge J P Bailey presiding was fn session yea torday for tho purpose of paying oil all allowedofbusinessheWE open today fresh from Switzer land our Spring line of embroideries Como and treat your oyes on the largest stock of highclass goods ova shown In this market We fearlessly thluAUCTION AT GUM SULPHUR I will bold a twoday suction at Gum Sulphur on Friday and Saturday Jan 23 and 21 when overcoats shoes hats pants mens hope and youths colic will go at your own prlco Dont tall to at tend J P Chandler Auct 3t beb1n JOSH WILSON who took charge of the poorhouse Jan 1st tolls us there aro 17 boarder at his house now Mr Wilson la one tho cleverest gentle men In the county as well as ono 0 the best democrats and we aro cur Cethat he will make an AI olUclal aa long aa ho Is In cbarlleIUNDER good Lewis Rosaell of this county Satur days CourierJournal said Ic there coot death of Mr Lewis Roasoll at his late home near Danville probably tho last of tho oldtlmo stagodrlvora from earth to eternity Ho was In t 81th year of his age In 1839 Mr Ros soil began running the lingo between Danvlllo and Frankfort Ho continued this line for several years but later pfapladL ties During his last years in the stag bualnesa bo returned to the former between Danvlllo and Frankfort aud continued it until his retirement that business made necessary by tho construction of railroads andkitchencistern end stable Severance Sons it NOTJCPMre Frances E Beau 0Tchurch Wednesday nlehv 21si at 7 oclock writes Mrs B B King ALL members tbeCbrlstian church are most cordially malted to attend a reception given bytbu children of the Sunday school from 2 to 5 Saturday af ternoon In tho lecture room of the church THE Graded School opened In the handsome new building with pearly pupils yesterday Prof Rice S and hie clllclent corps of teach ers took up the work In earnest and they will spare DO time nor effort 10 making it a first cIlia school in every particular UMBRELLAS Repaired and mado almost ns good as now trialtrankFOR RENT byWmSenranceJ II OWSLEY fR B Mahony f Insurance fluent Fire Life Accident nnd Tornado None but tbe larg est and best companies represented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm of 100 Acres loca LickElationly lisH of which la In cultivation the roo goodlubatanUl1outhouses Well watered br cistern spring smallPalm8 W OIVKNS Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE Having told my farm I will on IIUKSDAY JAN ARV22ND1P03 On the promises YK miles from Stanford on the Stanford S DanvUlo turnpike sell atpublic outcry the following personalty to weanlIuJLIfenlve 2 ca of clovehakitchen furniture Ic Dale madoknonolldayofJ P Chandler AuctioneerDR W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers Houso Flats Estray Steer A 1000pound black Steer came to my plate a month ago Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep WM PECK Stanford Ky Stock of Merchandise FOR SALE On Main St in Stanford Good Stand Making Money but want to sell for satisfactory reasons Address Box 62 Stanford Ky Hustonville Property for Sale offer at private sale my property psituated on too north of Main and on entsldnof College street In Hustonrllle Ky consisting of hotel and livery stable sad vacant lot This property Is well are ranged for hotel or boarding house and liverybarnfor hotel and livery and good va cant lot for private residence If desired IropertyIsIs now rented for that It went good paling property la Rustoavhle call on or address 8 Carpenter Huston Till Ky A Fine Boyle County Farm For Sale ate seres i sa miles from Danville Ky on the sitefsplen4IJpdeliveryTherewould afford water In abundance besides t ponds ant cittern at the house anj tam The Improvements consist of t two story brick house with itInch walls i rooms kitchen lull front and back porches and one of the best dry cellars In Kentucky under the tn- tire front of Hie house storeroom and a number of clouts all necessary outbulldlngsbam for horses carrlace house com crib ihop shells for machinery cranary Ice house at the door coal house goo or chard grapes large fine garden asparagus btd Ac A larce beautiful Interspersed with forrtst trees healthyhpwheat ant grass acres for com ant so acres for hemp The next crop should make first Danville has a population of about 000 no J1mtn1 on the C S R with the Louisville tension a certainty Central University for Caldwell College for girls with a IO bullJlfI11 m progress and natterlnj prospects for the location of aeenhance Ihe wlue of real estate In the vicinity of orjapurchasercanhavesbe given within a reasonable time This farm has stateIawheat per acre This Is a chance of a lifetime to ge offpCWalton I TO Those Who aretstoasasn Vo would be glad to have you come to our store doingbusiness a offer and if wo can interest you sufficiently to cause you to purchase we will take especial taro that you get the best values that you can possibly expect for your MONEY We guarantee that our goods their values and the treatment you receive from us will mako it your interest to make our store your l iShopping PlaceOur aim is to sellmore goods to more customers during 1003 The more sold the cheaper you I know Try u- sCummins a McClaryJ OVERCOATS Over Shoes Felt Boots Ear MuffsLined Gloves Wool Shirts The Very Tiling For This Zero Weather s Terms Cash H J McRoberts tl MAXEll SURE SliO- T0OBy giving UB your trade for 1903 We handle only such goods as we can recommend to our customers We will handle even better goods this year and if possible get the p- ricesLOWERWe cant keep shop without customers and will use all legitimate means to make and keep you one SEVERANCE SON J f JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery stovcsJand Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and J Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement 1 ee WatchChains Of many various de scriptions at prices to suit most every body We have a large and well se lected stock Come and seo us W H MUELLER zm wVdwrtui rtwsakS tY Stanford Kyow dT iit 4 r iIkA r ii is I q ttTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mntered n the putQfflce at Stanford at SHwdefau matter t sb13aLdTn4uyaandFStdm9mAr 1 PER YEAR CASH I mea not topildfflSOO will beehsrged DIVISIONio24Trsln going North 1148 a m I oJfl II II MM23Om025 II SouthMt22SmNoZJ II n M121I1 m PARKER HAIR BALSAM Cltanve and brutlficl the hob 1romolM a taturUnl growth Never Fall to Bntora Or hair to in YoutWul Colon cure duturf a hitr tilling ttoiodtlrou Untrtat rn J W PRICE1Proprietor l llacksmlth and Carriage Re pair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Does a general buttacss In both lines and guarantees satisfaction Your patron age Horseshoeing at 60c All other work In proportion Ae 8 PRICE I Burgeon Denti- stMtanfordKy OcaOTsr ItcBoberU Drag Stors In the Owtley I Bolldlof R A JONESi DENTISTStanford KYiI THE Joseph Price Infirmary IfIopen all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con t saltation Board and nursing shall bo cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when serrlces are rendered must h paid promptly 1aDdt Fs Jeffries Lfvory Food fit Sale Stable i Liberty Kyl 1 Drummers Rigs a Ipeclalty High Grade Itonllll and Muloe bought Bold Feed t hones receive person Ilttentlon- r I A M BOURNE 1 Lancaster Ky Offers his services as t AuotoinefDX t to the people of Lincoln Countr He will please you both In wori ands price Write to him iTraHJor JiccDEALKR3 IN Wlslsku Brando Wines Beer I Etc ISTANFORDPromptani polite attennoa Nothing but Ihe bell orders receive to drink phone er tetegrapb vvompt allenlkln 4 A rrfIiEDLORD 1 BLACKDMUGH THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE Alrl cww 11 A sallow complexion dizziness biliousness a tongue are common indications and kidney diseases Stomach and bowel troubles severe as they arc painbutthough lew painful at the start are much harder to cure Thedfords BlackDraught never fails to benefit diseased Ivcr and weakened kid nays It stirs up the torpid liver to throw off the and It is a certain preventive- of cholera and Bri hts the kidneys With kidneys re by Thedforda Black thousands of have yellowperfect health and have no other doctor than Thedforda Black Draught It is always on hand for use in an and saves many expensive calls of a doctor Mulilru S c March 1901 Draughtforthreeycarsndlhavenothedtogo to doctor since have been taking lt It is the best mtdkfcw for me that Is kidneytroubles I complaints Rev AO LEWIS 4- 11f li fYilM- te t r r ritirigie115igrielieeYiB Ii4i To the Coal Consumer r outHiggins IlIavlnlt Sims the wo are now to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country with tho best brands of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers we- will take your and corn In exchange for coal at the market price WO solicit trade weight foryour Tour money Oren rocelvi et coal house phone U or Doonos livery stable No 96 Soon fe DunPntSX- FUW0RD KY EJEMJ3Ei That socalled cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in the premium may cost you a hundred in a loss experiencemanagement sight gunrantee- sure and indemnityi =insurance in Home of IThat can be relied on Josso D Woaron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln QarrardBorIe and Osoy Counties Kentucky J+ G+ McCLMY UNDERTAKER EMBurarER And Dealear In- FARNESSSADDLEBT 0 Stanford Ky J LI Beazle Co J Undertakers and- Embalmers DSALIBI FurnItnrcMnttlnjjsRugs they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY CBSa e LGXIDGTOn DemOlRllC fs the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It Is especially devoted to the interests of the Democratic party and gives all the now without fear or favor ale Po Walton Editor S Pror Loxln ton Ky IF YOU Contemplate travel North or South East or West write us for rates and printed matter Yta can give you all the information you want Queen Crescent Route the Shortest Route to New Orleans Jacksonville Atanta Knoxville Cincinnati Savannah Shreveport Birmingham and Texas points Direst line to Cuba and Porto Rico 8 T SWIFT P T A Lexington W 0 RIXEIBSOK Q P A Cincinnati J 0 CONN D P A Chattanooga NOBTHBOOND Leave Moreland 112 p m Leave Junction City 452 a m 120 p m II 600 a m SOUTHBOUND Leave Moreland 1160 p m to 1127 a m Junction City 1135 a m 1117 a m 805 p m 1 i r i1 fIiII kLII STORIES FROM OLD KENTUCKY A Dolroltor who has joit returned from old Kentucky has some good ltd rile tote One of them U about ator Joe Blackburn One day after tho adjournment for the day of the Senate two of his colleagues approached him with tho proposition to help along ono of the most important Industries of tho Blue Grass State Cant do it replied Blackburn Im taking nothing but water now tlTbe duce you say replied the oth er and how long since Id like to ask Welt It h going on three years now A momentary expression of surprise wis pictured on the faces of the two Then a smlla crept about the mouth ot tho first and he drollngly Bald Sena tar how long has It been going on three years The Senator glanced at tho clock tlWellj to toll the truth bo answered I think Its about 10 minutes And shortly afterward some one was overheard ordering three straights Kentucky sod good whisky have long boon regarded as synonymous trms but In some parts of the State to the mountain districts that peril ular beverage has not an enviable rep- utatIon At ono little Isolated tavern when you have taken your drink and replaced the glass upon the bar the mm behind leans over touches you on the shoulder and says In a very stern and commanding tone Now go right oat of here I dont want to have no trouble with you sir It was In ono of this kind that the writer foundprinted upon tho glass bo behind the bar this bit of philosophy No trust One reason Is because wo dont know you The other is because we do A meeting of the Kentucky legisla ture Invariably prove to be an Inter eating assembly Here the silver tongued orator representing a lauded Blue grass aristocracy meets through unschooled though wary giant form tho mountain districts It was luring the last session that one of the former class had just flubbed a highly polished and cultured address In sup port ot some local measure when a representative from the hills upon whom the flowery appeal bad fallen like water upon a ducks back arose to his commanding height of six feet three and catching the speakers eye exclaimed In a disgusted and sonorous toneMr Speaker all Ive got to say la that the people what sent that gentle man down bore might better have wrltDctrolt Free Press LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Mark Bardin sold to E P Woods four fat cattle at 335 U C Collier of Boyle bought of J W Lytle a bunch of OQpouad shoals at 6ie Cbs Lutes bought of J F Cash a o Ir load of 300 pound hogs for July let delivery at SIc FOR SALE25 sugar and 10 good cot ton coming two yearold mules H C Baugbmao Hustonvllle Ky Robert Collier sold a load of Berk shire shoats of his own raising in Cin cinnati last week at Gi to Gc FOR SALEA few thoroughbred Encllah Berkshire boars weighing 125 pounds J E Swopo Lytlo FOR SALE Too George King jack Eight years old and a fine breeder J H Thompson Preachers vllle 2l- P Held sold to T B Smiley otLex ington eight horses six of them by DjNoy Golddust for a fancy price- J W Newman of Versailles sold to Col A L Snowden of Philadelphia the bay mare Audrey 210 for 13000 Roy S M Rankin bought of Mr R E Lee Sims a family horse for 8120 and he shipped him to Alamance N O WANTED A No1 Jersey milk cow fresh and with second or third calf Must bo good milker T A Bradley Danville FOR SALEtill 3 and yearold steers dehorned and good quality and must go by Jan 20 G A Gwlnn Cart wrlgbt Ky4tDANVILLE COURT There were less than a dozen cattle on tho Danville market and not all of them sold A number of horses changed bands at 8100 to 1200 and mules at 875 to 1150 The National Live Stock Association in convention at Kansas City passed a resolution urging the passage of now grazing land laws by Congress declar ing that the present laws are obsolete At the sale of the effects of Mrs Pol ly Payne near Preachersvllle Thurs day her late home and two acres of hod wont to J L Hutchlns for S452 Suckling calves sold at 8320 mllkcowa 824 horses 851 Household goods sold wellA strong advance In wheat was ybe main feature of tbe week on the grain live stock and provision markets Min neapolis advanced tbe prlco 21 cents during the week Toe shortage of cars continues to affect tbe market and es pecially corn price Prices on cattle are at low ebb- Fourpereons were killed at Cumber land dln a wreck caused by a mot senger boy who threw a switch signal giving a lightning express train a clear track when it have bean blocked- A Negro woman died near Hopkins vllle at the age of 110 years tlf i l1 iu Stonewall Jacksons Way Come stack arms menl pile on tbo rails t Stir up the campfire bright No growing It the canteen falls Well make a roaring night Hero Sbeoanhoah brawls along There burly Blue Ridge echoes strong To swell the Brigades rousing song Of Stonewall Jacksons Way Wo see him now the queer slouch hat Cocked oer his eyo askew The shrewd dry smile tho speech so Pat So cam to blunt so true The Blue light Elder koowa em well j Says be That Banks bos fond ot shell Lord save his eoult well give him Well Thats Stonewall Jacksons Way Silence Ground arms Caps oal Old Marsters going to pray Strangle the fool that dares to scoff Attention Its his way Appealing from his native sod In form a pauparls to God Lay bare Thlno arm Stretch forth Thy rod Amen Thats Stonewall Way lies In the saddle now Fall tel SteadYI tho whole Brigade Hills at the ford cut off well win nil way out ball and blade What matter It our shoes aro worn What ma tar If our teat are torn Quick step were with him before morn That Stonewall Jacksons way Tbe suns bright lances rout the mists Of morning andby George Heros Longstroet struggling In the lists- Hemmed In an ugly gorge Pope and his Ddtcbmoo whipped be fore- Dayneta andgrape bear Stonewall roar- Charge Stuart Pay off Ashbys score In Stonewall Jacksons Way Ah Mjttdon walt and watch and yearn For news of Stonewalls band AbWIdow read with eyes that burn That ring upon thy hand Ab Wife sew on pray on hope on Thy life shall not be all forlorn Tho too had better neer been born That gets In Stonewall Way DR J W PALMER The latest statistics gathered by pub lications devoted exclusively to railroad Interests show that 6020 miles ol now lines were bulltdurtng 1002 Ok lahoma Territory led all tbe States and territories with 750 miles Many now lines are projected for 1003 particular ly in the western States In the cen tral west during last year very little track was laid but It Is bellovol that the new construction during 1003 In Kentucky Indiana Tennessee and Illi nois will bo extensive It Is estimated that 8100000000 will bo expended dur- Ing this year for construction net equipment and betterments Among the road which will make large out lays are the Southern Southern Pdolf Ic Santa Fe Pennsylvania Burlington and Great Northern Not since the boom days of 1870 has this record been approached Dont Worry This is easier said than done yet It maybe of sonic help to consider the matter If tho cause is something over which you hue no control It Is obvious that worrying will not help the matter in the least On the other hand if within your con trol you have only to act When you have a cold and fodr an attack of pneumonia buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and use It judiciously and all cause for worry as to the outcome will quickly disappear There is no danger of pneumonia when It is used For eao by Craig Ifocker Druggists Jacob Kspp of Louisville cut his throat on a B and 0 S W train at Washington Ind In an attempt at sui cideA powder explosion In the olghtinf h turret of the battleship Massachusetts killed five men and injured four The Louisville committee has raised the 10010 guarantee for the next Slate lair STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya clnths Nnrclasus Floral desl n on short notice Bedding and Vegetable 3 Plante of all kinds In season JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford Very Cheap Farm ON EASY TERMS This II a farm ot IU acres located miles from Stanford It Is within one mile of a stoalce church school store mill cheos- qctoryandnearaGermansettlemont The fann fa wail and contains a large amount of fine saw timber The Improvements consist of a good frame dwelling house large rooms a double walled cellar and two porches two barns one an extra frame with cattle sheds attached and elpeclallyarranged for cur lug tobacco the other a and wagon shod combined also a hennery a imoko house and corn crib There U a fine young orchard bearing a small vineyard and small fruit The fencing Is of rail and In good repair Tuft farm Is water and two cla ofIrenLIU1COlD ur J J U U WO Gee W Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids Whea tbe Um is end fall to do tll work r the bile enters the blood u a virulent potionkThen comes constipation biliousness sick headache fevers- an4 e mal 4The polj treatment that giveU the liver Just the right touch and sum Natures work in tbe tight manner is DtoA1l0NS LIVER PILLS- ANDTONICPELLETSJThe pill touches the liver and the tone stem tbeJ t S3 loses tor days cost 25 cents and un less your case Is exceedingly bad you wtll be well before you finish thm4I Sample tree For sale at all dealers FOR SALE BY W D MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STORE f l5s LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK OOOOO Directors D Paxton Owsley Shanks Walker Carter torpid rl pellet Successors to The Farmers Rank dt Trntt Company and under same management continuously for 48 years Wo SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping curb business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National Banki Of Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the tank of In 18J8 then reorganized as the National tank of Btantord In 1865 and again reorganized as- the First National lIa k of Stanford In 1IS1 having bad practically an uoloter rupted ulacOlO for U pears It Is better now with faeliiiIcs for transact IngbusInuspromptlyand well than ever before In IU long crt r Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Central Kentucky Real Estate Excise TITLE CO Stanford Ky No 1Nouw sad M la StanknIave itmmiball porsh la the rear goad canton need RtifhtKHraaml does to ehereaed sofaoal load larman lam ily Prkv tIlL No 2tteall farm S7 sens SssIM from bUn ford house trgood sad tarn sod lhrrbUdIg In good laleuIUuUlteaib tit n a bebl It bvyaln elos to ICha sal 1r1s 1st per sere IBdjdjrtWB sold rer NJaI alt TblOia Nol118t111 cad lot iv Sunfent Ilea sin bee new 000 MsM Md S acne of lea well frond One of pnutol taUdl g IooIiID tows room mouth In front r otlwr ouiusw or a J front co Id be bath la tbs toUaas and mane a Wailful beam Will bt lOW ramp M tbs owner must hue menty Nil 4Two story tram ilwrtHnj 7 room hill andaraoda Hood garden fwwjea sod hMt In IMdnpsIr Ior sal or teat rraMasMe No SHOUM and lot In SUufurd TbiM room and tront nb u1 prdea sod labl Coon 1rNo tlorwandtotInStanfordstaNa S room OooJ garden smoke and twat hOlt 0017- J o sFannef Msens IK mllas Iroiu SUn lord on aunty rout U icrm in raltlTttloa w la pasture 2 onhsrdt sod rat la tlmUr Tom l COIIINo food era and OMlbulldloci ll watered arid tuclog fairlyrood Itsra can bought at price U owD rll s In lodUnspo and must hive money Dwellingof tx room bn and por- eneorowryoatbulidlotand udenAlsolug twc Wry storeroom lower room uppliel with tnuntenbelvesetc Wit In d f Illof and itorcroom also cUUrn well on plaza Small lot back ohtra One mile from SUnlord Ilulliilnn In food and dwrllloz orlclnslly ont 11600 s aMortortrtl20a Will Mil both for I8JO or sell separately NoSM sere farm wllor Crib Orchard Ky Ilrlck dwelling rooms two truant houses two barbs well tend Spring oar Jwelllog Fana In bleb itiU ol eulllTiUon 150 acres river bottom laud rood fencing fruit etc like 3780 an acre No 1100 acres ot land on Lancatter itret In lt bprlnn In grata no In provemmtaxnpthrgetakbarni abundance of whir town Price 3000 No i5A nice cottage and lot on twister street tiunlord 7 roomy good cistern etc Cost 11500 will sell for lluou- No 17A farm of 164 acres near HuilODTllle Dwelling ofelnht roomi xll versa A etc ln tenant home stock barn largo tobaccb barn and other outbuUdlog Uitern and good well In the yard and waurln every Geld on place Firm cut MTsn Balds nnt ciw land No l0A Istm of acre rime dwelling ma stock bun and all out well watered cot la lirebuildingepcinggoed teat In blue rasa UM than bilf mUe trom turnpike WsoOer this place for only 130 per aces llouis of good room and four acres turnpikewellpair per sere Ws will sell thus house lot or u hang tor property InJilanlord or McKlnney Ky This a stonss tbrow of churches IChoola stony NIISM3 acres of land Kockca tle for sale or exchange Hat all necessary improvements well wtered dc Will be sold a s bargain No MFarm of ire acre situated near Klnp Tills Kyi acres In cuUlratlon 19 In timberir1 watered two harp and other welllugmmeenlivsy and road and li the most dealraMs elk In tbllt fICtion lVa wm sell the whole firm for 52100 or la parcel of not lye than acres to uitpurchaser This certas ychespproperty- No of 75 acne oar Wnrsburl bun eta Well waters fencing lod bulldings in repair troducUv Ume tone land In good eetrhborhuodclod a to school and on good road Price 170- 0NoIIA farm of acne In Lincoln county Three dwellings S good barns sad other ou- trulldtngach howe barn eta about the center I Officers U SHANKS resident J D OWSLEY Oaihltr W LnUIOIlTAsst s Officers J 8 HOOKER Trest JtJ uoiionmtTa ohr W U WEAKEN nk- prDirectors F Read mnrllle 8tAQfordJ8 LodaKtonJM n Klmore Stanford 8 II lUughmao Stanford T P till Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J H llaucbman Stanford W P TaU Stanford of 100 All raid if mils from eamrefc school sod gaWy lays weil sad w1I watered TItle ts agent tabsssa Is and wwW comaleesKyOeesndaksIlaterydwUleg geed bUll and atbroalbulldlBg cUity sana Na Slla asBda a sees had Leas tea talus seen n rues I wsDdet mils sU All use wary oaibulMliw Rstra Urge boa all la ipttMtsHd repair IlauM newly wield and otrer e4 fUUrn at dear lend garden sol largo barn M IVnty of frail on plate IVtca 11100 Kudolbtrmvallroc4endy UIrslar rzAaagaaStanfendantfrmlaeteedrlvftmewtatywet A hoe pararea teLaMboel etc Irk only 10 lee 6Gma ol lagsev Ilitsy Two sterr tram wlInc ts ro and elk tobropslandNo Unotul seres la Casey AInew to noq I room fns dwelling sod old dwdltoglxlair cuotdllloD and other out builJloe Oo county rod splendid tobacco land writ wend two wella iprlng etc This It a ds slrsUs howe Piles I1KO KyFrameoutbuildings Sams In eultlTstlon rent In tin reatoacekpoolandmunltJ lrlcel fIfromAlso a for so 1010000 IiNoTries f sob cbpID MX urea of land near Crab orchlld1 lroeriytern a door lleauilnil boma 1rlce HOCW No 22 House of roomy porch one arra ofItown1F1aa log stable and wagon shed combined the otheran extra good trams with csllla sheds allachtdI i IbennerrFencing la good repair Will watered 2 cistern a ownPrllenWforpetGctDolthow Will sell for 11400 hndInloge 2 wells In yard splendid orchard and 2 acres 5 strawberries luimedlsU poesosslon 1rlcalXiO reranissuitelapperld rod painted 4 room and veranda each A 1110 barn on Mme lot used as stable Cord gardn Vaesnllotadjolninge feet front by 200 ret this property Ie In London Ky moneyropriotorhasmonth Ouaccountof hUh ofhiwife oeforcountyawlUlolADannelblaocb through lb pllco The land rich and teedImproTctnents a twosUiryelgnt room dwelling wardrobes In each room pantries framIetc neI covered sod punted tenant house barn and otheroutbulldloge all In good condition In good near church school beenhis1 R Hughes Secretary II Treasurer r