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I J SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL Ic VOL XXX STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 3 1903 9AM NO wi tt NON JOHN B CHENAULT t Madison Countys Candldato for Auditor at Present Insurance Commissioner a Good Man and Sterling Democrat IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Gruenberrjr It Drlitbt aged 76 died la Gtrrani oountv Ue was uo oxten lira took trader sad atnattod a lirgo fortuneTho burdfoucrht c an of Branford aRalatl tbo city of Owensboro mutt ho tried over gtlnbraau e the foreman r omitted tho word dollar from tbe Tordlot alliinu the clay rill 10160 Tbe lalttpbona cxobatce at Ltocs ter was simple bj hgbt tog sad ooodd OhrllIItwets damage WOl slight Thou ft N bu let the oootraot to Spark St Williams of Ml Varnoa to s do tbe grading of their sew vard at Livingston fur their Atlanta line to 1ft be opened In too It will take 103 men four month to build Jt Continued heavy rah caused Yellow a creek at Mlddlnboro tu sweep the valley Every toro on Cumberland avenue In Mtddlriftboro was flooded The Iou there la 125000 with at much more to adjoining properties MUi Annlo Vlvlon daughter of AI 1 bin Vlvlon of Harrodtbur received a flattering offer from the manager of the American Lyceum Bureau to trav el ai pianist with the Mendoliiobn Quartette and will accept tbe otter Throo trainmen wero killed In a wreck In tho New York Control yards at ojrracune N Y The men wore aslcup It a oabooee which woe derailed and ran across toe main track where an express train struck It noW long wilt it take the man to fill the sack he does not stop the teAk To attempt to nourish the body when the Btoniacli IS dir tryIngtack the hole in It When the stomach and other digestive and or gans are dis eased there if a constant Iou of nutrition Is eaten bodyloaea that thefood eaten la largely wasted because it is not f digested and as attuiluted Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery cures the 1stomach mid other organs of a a d nutrition It the leaks I by wblchnutrit- ron is lost and enables the building up of the body by the nutri tion from food The gain in weight proves the euro Three ago I was taker tick with what the doctor called nrrvoutne ami itxll tttlon writes Ain Wrren It Parker of Orange Street Nantucket care nm Isoul twitthe trouble but not eat ereo a little or oatmeal without tatttting t In a few month I began to havediatrextng tight In the or stumach called the doctor again sad he said had catarrh of atomach rave me medldne but it did not do any good t In three months I then com beganfeelbetterriIIevetakensixbotlesoon iteelcIptiottIand lx Uliof Dr Pierre leI lets I live ten pounds lan eat netthlog Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets cure con atlpation Mo Wheat on Immigration Crops and Weather VALLKY VIEW TKYAS Fb 10 After a continuous rain for two days and nljfOU the water falling lu tor rent great deal of the time the tern peraturo full several degrees Sucda evtnla and at dark It was at freezing point At 10 r M a blinding nnw be gun to Ilt and ai an early hour this tnornlug It was fully four Incbos In depth and drifting badly on aooount of tba hgn North wind that continued until 1130 A M today when the lun- G i out sad vnt It U bitter cold Tbe fall wag nearly savan boobs deep on a Ural whlob was parbapi the heaviest tbat hat visited thin motion In the lea 10 years Notwithstanding It will per haps prove very oanvlolal to the wbeat qultodllaatrougreat scarcity of feed among the stock cropfllureyear again at we hue bad two crop failures In IUDQttuloD The sooty bow ever will perhaps not damage the stool to such an extent a the oold rain tbat preceded It It oalv a low weeks more until tho allotment of lands hdgicIn the Cblck maw nation just aoro s Red river trot coureIattract a very heavy Immigration n from other State Untold thousand of psoplu will como to that section to seek cheep homes This being the ease ai a natural ooasrquuoco many homo seeker will be disappointed and will drift back over Into Texas to bolter their condition all of which means a heavy Immigration to the border coun ties of the Lono Star Sun There nn doubt about thalr cowing They are coming and coming by the thousands and our peopl will rocolvo them with open arms and offer every Inducement to got them located We have a gre State with Hon Sam Lanbam as got ernor Guy Lanbam Is one of the Lon e Star State purest and ablest stets- men and there Is no doubt but his ad ministration will be crowned with suc cess Well I want to cast my vote for J BrecklnrldRc of Danville for the next governor of Kentucky rod I nov vote wrong when I vote for a Rood dem ocrat like Uncle Bob I We havo just received word dverlong distance telephone to prepare for the coldest wave of tbo season tbat was coming It will reach our place eome ilrao tonight It begins to look black and blue In tbo North and tho cold North wind Is getting high and tbo a tern aro freezing How cold It will be boforo morning le bard to tell yet everything points out to us for a bitter cold night Ice and snow now cover our country Every ono I meet says to Me e how la this for Kentucky My answer IehTbl la very much Ilko Kcrtucky weather Me WHEAT See that chap with the roll of bills Ten minutes ago I beard him tell q man with a eubicrlptloa paper that ho hadnt a dollar to blspame Nlcbloll LAND STOCK CROPS ETC J T Dudderar sold 1C shoats to Von Allman at Co J S Petius engaged 20 hogs for June delivery at Cc A J Gooch bought of various parties a bubch of hogs at Cla VlIletto the greatest thoroughbred brood mare In Tennessee la deadwJ II Daugbman bought a bunch of bog In the Southern End at 635 E U Ooizloy ft Co sold to Carty Neaglo of Lexlngtoara horse for 8150 F M Eolngt estate of 1127 acres near Ml Sterling wtte epld for 1103 000 a DG Fox bought of Jeff Dunn of Dryanlsvllle 10 mules at 1125 Advo cate FOR SALE I have 25 extra nice weighty work mules for sale C T Bohon tf JN B L Chrlstnan bought In Wayne and Ru aell counties 113 120 pound hog at Sic FOR SALE The George King jock Splendid breeder J II Thompson Prcachersvllle Ky 3t Eagle nard E P Woods splendid slalllon will make the season In Iowa at John Cooks stableaE E Swath en the Brooklyn trotting horse turfman has bought tbo champion of tbo Western turf McObes ney for 910000 At tbe ate of Joseph Leldl Saturday near Krlger cbrn brought 92 CO horses 170 COWl 121 mtatoes boo per bushel Household and Kitchen furniture sold well Tbe highest priced piece of real cs tats over told In Bath county was lobo 030 aero homo farm of the late F Mc Olelhnd Ewing near town to Mrs El re Catlett at 810 Joseph M Garretta wollkoown hor ticulturist of Woodford county ox presses the belief that all peaches In that station save those In a few favor cd spots were kill d by the recent cold There were about ISO cattle on the Qarrodsburg market yesterday and most of them sold Yearlings brought 4 10 lie heifers 3 to 3o and butcher ayt John Williams hauled to Nicholas vllle 12 wagon loads of hemp seed and which ho sold to W L Steele Co some monihs ago at 1125 It weighed up 1058 bushels and bu received a check tor 13409 60 Central Record At the sale o the late Terry Goode In tbo West End tbe farm of 81 acre went to Evan Lyon at 127 and the 47 Cortn 82 55 to 82 70 bogs tO 55 Farming Implement sold well OTTENHEIH Sam Chandler Is repairing culverts on our road They are becoming dan gerous John Wlonlzss boas of having two of ine fastest fox hounds in Lincoln county Garland James Jr wll leave wit h his family In a few days to locate at F t Wayne Ind Tom Ballard le going to move to Pu Uskl county to run a taw mill for lobe firm of Blak b Ballard Some of our boot citizens have tbo moving ever with temperature 110 In the shade with zero weather August Carlle went to Stanford this week for medical treatment Ho has been In bad health for some time Tbe funeral last Monday of Xswcr Stoecklcr was tbo largest ever seen at Ottenbelm Every one for miles around was present The water In James S James boiler froM and bursted it the recent cold weather It seems they forgot that Ice would expand aIJahn Wentzel John Wlentzos and others went rabbit hunting Saturday and when they returned John Wentzel 8was so covered with rabbits that bla wife did not know whether be was an Esxulmeau or a grizzly bear coneervativiR present republican admtclBlraltou for rnot turning W S Taylor and Charles Floley over to the Kentucky author ties said Joseph H Shea State Senator from Scott coucty lad who was at Seelbacbl Hotel Louisville Many of the republicans who thought tbo governor was doing right at first now say the time has passed when chore sop e justification for longer protecting sentsment however It 8 my opinion Tar lor and Flnley will not be molested during the present administration but they will eventually be brought to Kentucky Marshall Field proposes to build upon the lake front at Chicago iho finest natural hlatoryjjinuaoum In td world and to endow It with the funds Ho li the foremost merchant of the country It not of the world Mr Field went to Chicago In 1850 and in 1805 had helped to build up the firm of Field Palmpr d Leiter Ho founded tbo Flela Columbian Museum and gave 81000000 for Its maintenance TO BE REGRETTED Coy Beckbam lion Jobn K Hen drlck and Judge R J Brecltlnndeo cornIlnutlooforgovernor ridge opened his canvass In Stanford on last Monday Ills speech courteous and temperate In manner and style as In part a plain legal argument bee ed on the State constitution to prow that Gov Beckhim Is Ineligible for reelection to the office of governor Tbe fact of this speech and the position la ken as to Gov Beckbam loellglblllly JudgaBreckitirldge this speech made an appointment to spank at Frankfort yciierda Bo kd dreseed a polite Horn to Gov Beckham Inviting him to be present and tender ed an equal division of time to him and Mr Hondrlclc Gov Beckbam re speeded declined tho Invitation and ImmedlBtelYlavo to the public press tbo correspondence Wo waive all con Iderallon of the taste good or bad as it may be deemed of publishing private correspondence although It om braces no eecrcla without the consent of both parties Tbe question rises bove ono of mere taste iItconfessedly a lawyer of abIlity who has been the judge of a superior court who hay hold by the suffrage of the people too high office of attorney general of the State eledted at the same time Gov Beckbam wascboeen liouten ant governor and woo was by the law made Gov Beckhama legal adviser In hRajlyjustifiedported by many eminent lawyer of the State It Is fall to say that several equally as eminent lawyers differ from Judge Brecklnrldge and those who coo cur with him So much being confess odly true the question Is and It is no frivolous question ought GOY Beck bam to have declined the joint discus sion for the reason assigned by him In his teller of declination We quote the following 1 would cheerfully accept your In vltatlnnif I believed that such a policy would be productive of good rather than barm to the perry of which we are both membert and whose ultimate sue tees should be first In our mlnds But all It seems that you are endeavor ing to promote your own candidacy by assailing mine and as U is my Intention to win the nomination It possible without disparaging ilje claims of any rival candidate 1 think It altogether unnecessary and unwise to have say such joint discussions Wo trust that Gov Bcckham will re consider bin opinion as heroin express ed and In tbo future meet Judge Brecklnrldgo In his discussion of the main point of difference between them This difference lion a vital polqt It ought to bo settled and settled by the democracy to their satisfaction before the primary election Tbe discussion of it sbonld not be postponed until aft ter we bavo nominated our ticket Gov Bockham If nominated can not dodgo the Issue The republican candidate will force It Gov Beckham for self respect if for no other reason can not refuse to meet his republican opponent In joint discussion as ho did when Yer kes challenged him This question will not down The people the democratic people just now ought to be enlighten ed on It They ought not to be kept In ludark and be asked to blindly follow a leader whom lobe appellate court might adjudge to be Ineligible to bold the ndlco It U not a question of die turbiD party harmony which tae gov ernor seems to tear may follow tbqse discussions It II a question of wheth er the democratic people shall vote blindly and ignorantly and then be In yoked by the ties of party allegiance to support choir candidate although in eligible to office It after a lull discus sion is had the democracy conclude that GOY Beckbam Is eligible and should nominate and elect him and If thereafter the court of appeals should declaro him to be Ineligible pod are publican then becomes governor lu such contingencies the democrats would have no ono to blame but themselves But If they are kept in the darlr and just whooped late supporting the nom toes In the contingency of an adverse ruling by the appellate court they would be disposed to rend their party leaders limb from joint U la to be regretted that the governor declines a joint discussion A DEMOCRAT IColds Are Dangerous you hear it remarked Its only a Cold and a few days later learn that the mesa is on his back with pose mono This is of such common occur eboulddRemedy counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia It always cores and is pleas rot to take Nor solo by Craig Hocker w J B Farley has been appointed post master at Brock Laurel county a 20 Per Ce- ntREDUCTIONI On all Winter Underwear Suits and Overcoats at cost and some less than COST IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied T o mILLER Danville KU There is no Better Relish Than Good APPLE BUTTERMade of selected tart apples pure cider granulated sugar and pore spice We kind made b- yJEx Z9Which is ample guaranty of Its purity wboesomepeis alprovedtbo celebrated 57 VARIETIESDoyou know that tno HeInz kitchens are always open to the publicare visited by thouands annually brllthtnl1IaDd aUtactlonsizes from 3 pounds up HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Who Shall fill ll 1 etrs There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your prescriptans and that is Where are the best Drugs most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against it When you dothis we shall expect to serve you When we fill your prcscriptiion every drug that en ters into it has the exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as OUt service ii Pennys Drug StoreStanford I A WORD J v sls gsagLII We are very thankful to you tor your liberal patronage of last t year Favor us further by a continuance of it duringthe year just4 begunCraig Hooker STJtNFORDf W B McROBERTSa THE DRUGGIST tti Asks a continuancE of your patronage during t 1903 and thanks you for your liberal dealings of the year Just closed Fresh Drugs at Prices that are Right THEINTEfUORJOURNAL r E C WALTON H H HENNINGER 01 WsyneCountylssaodldatefor Bute Trail i nm itibltct party J F HOLDAM Is a canjliite for the Democratic nomination for Or cult Qerk of Lincoln county subject to the action the party M F NORTH t Is a c nJUte for the Democratic nomination tot Representative of Lincoln county Subject to the ac uon of the puty J M ALVERSON- Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resentative of Lincoln county subject to the action of be party r Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR ONE of the most booe cent phllso tbroplei of New York U the Provl dent Loan Society a humane pawo broking society establishment contn ed by men prominent In religious and business affairs James Speyertreaa urer reports that last year 13866125 was loaned on 130153 pledges Sioce its organization in 1804 the society bas loaned 112480210 and has received In redemptions 10088025 The averaJe loan last year was 829 70 and the avor age amount loaned per day Was 8120 Over 09 per cent of the loans last year were redeemed when duo ALFRED KNAPP the Hamilton C t brute arrested at Indianapolis forme doting his third wife has confessed to four other murder He admits bayli also killed his second wife and three girls He strangled eacb one of bls victim Be has served five eentenc la the penitentiary for other crime one of them being tor criminal assaul He la accused of areon and other of tenses in addition to tho ones alread enumerated Knapp would be a goo subject for Judge Lynch Such a creature deserves neither a judge nor a jury to decide his fate A MEETING of the democratic Central Committee has been called to meet at the democratic headquarters at Mt Sterling next Saturday at 1 P M for tho purpose of determining the mod of settlement of tbo differences exis lag In the Danville judicial district over the nomination of Circuit Judg and Commonwealths Attorney Wi predict as well as hope a primary will be called believing that to be tb surest and beat way out of the tangled state of affairs that now exist IT now develops that ttfe republics leaders in the Senate have been play lag the democratic members for suck ors Senator Quay was put forward tc make a fake fight for the Statehood bill in brder to keep tariff and trust legislation In the back ground It was a bold game and a slice one nod work ed like a charm The duped democrats are hopping mad but there Is no sympathy for them They deserved the razzle dazzle for following such a lead er IT will aellgbt everybody who knows and that means everybody who loves grand old Gen John B Gordon to learnthal be U very much better t his euddeuhnd severe illness No man served his section more gloriously In war and none the common country more grandly In peacq than the dear old fellow who will live many more years to honor himself and the nation if a million prayers count for anything at the throne of grace I IF It be true as estimated that a di vision of the aSseta of the United States government would give each man woman abd child In the country 810701 there will bo a general feeling that a small cash dividend would be accepta bin even If a general distribution be Inadvisable TilE unseating of Representative Butler of Missouri accomplished by tbeplrtywhich believes that might Is right It adding to the disgracefulness of the closing days of the present Con greeeTOE scope and usefulness of the in continues to expand A Chi cago wemaneojolned a man from mak lug love to her and a man In Columbus Ohio has been enjoined from shouting Amenr POLITICAL Senatorelect Reed Smoot of Utah denies the cargo that he Is apolygam let It Is said that President Roosevelt favors Senator Beverldge of Indiana for his running mate In 1001 Secretary Root In a communication to the Senate In response to a resolution of Inquiry says the Isle of Pines Is under the control of the Civil Gov error of theFrovlaca of Havana and the Republic of Cuba t The Montana Legislature has paSled a bill licensing gaatbtingand malelDg It a local qptlon measure In small com munltlea Hon R F Peak of Shelbyvlllo denies a report that he will enter tbe race for the democratic nomination for governor John K Hcndrlck accepted Judf Brecklnrldgea challengo for a debate at Frankfort and will try to arrange a series of meetings with him A Washington special says for James B McCreary while waiting to take his seat In the Senate Is puttln In some good licks for Kentucky De called at the poatoRlco department ond made arrangements for the estab1IPh mont of the Bluegrass office In Madieo county He will probably name th postmaster loa few days By a party vote of 7 to 2 a favorabl report has been ordered to tho Houa on the Fowler Currency bill The measure seeks to return to olrculatloi money taken In for custom receipts but the government Is given a first lien- on the assets of the banks In which the leney Ib deposited The estimated ef ect will be to release 8147000000 now geld by the National banks In bonds Both Houics held Sunday sessions Tbat In the Senato was devoted to eu ogles of deceased House members Tbe Hotiso spent four hour combating fforts of the democrats to filibuster aod got the Aliaka Homestead bill in ehape to be voted on The District of olumbla Appropriation bill was put trough Its last parliamentary stage To provide against the possible failure Trough dlsagreemant of the supply biller Representative Dalzoll tntroduc ed a joint resolution to continue appro bations President Roosevelt has written letter to the editor of the Atlanta Con lutlon defending his policy In mak- Ing Federal appointments In the South- Bo declares that the social equality and Negro domination questions bavc absolutely no connection with the polntments end that only one la ev- ery100 of We appointees js a Negro Tbe president further declares that hoI bas always sought the advice of grcume representative citizens aDdI Senatorlt In each State and that he has looked solely to character ability and- 6tncssjlOlnf to the democratic partyI for appointees whenever his own not offer satisfactory man In closing bo states bo will adhere strictly to hie- present policyIThe Floods Ravages In TheI South The annual spring freshet which yearly does damage to railroads and crops and at times Inflict loss of life has left this seasons Impress on manv parts of the South after tremendous two days rain with an accompaniment of high winds The foods have been accompanied with considerable loss of life Three deaths together whiffa 10ntZ list of Injured were brought about by an accident on the Southern rallwa when a train bound east from Cbatti nooga ran Into a washout near Leno City Tenn Six people were drowned while try ing to cross the river near Hlckmac he swift current carrying their boat ntoeoma driftwood and five people were hurt by a cyclone which paste over Hickory Level Ga a few day igo The damage to railroad property Is large and the inconvenience to the public Is considerable In Mlddleeboru every house In tho oweraectlon of tho place wes floodc aDd every merchant suffered damg to stock The valley of Yellow Creel was flooded for several hours From Anderson Tonn a cloudburst tarried away a quarter of a mile tract on the Naahvlll Chattanooga and St liouls railroad High water carried away three bride es and a trestle on the Tennessee Central near Crab Orchard Tefin and amaged otber bridges A steamer was blown against the southern railway drawbridge over the ilgbee river in Alabama sending part of the structure to the bpttom Landslides occurred In ttto tunnel 00 the Cincinnati Southern hear Har- riman Tenn Flood warnings were sent out by tbs Iontgomry Ala weather bureau The Mississippi has pasted the dan gor line at several places but the le veee are still holding The Ohio is rte I ig at Pittaburg 0 Jt The anyolvranrlee are eall- ed 5 First year cotton wedding Second year paper wedding Third year leather wedding Fifth year wOodeb wedding Seventh year woolen wedding Tenth year tin wedding Twelfth pear silk and fine linen wed dlolrIFifteenth year crystal wading Twentieth year china wedding Twentyfifth year silver wedding Thirtieth year pearl wedding Fortieth year ruby woddtn Fiftieth year golden wedding Seventy fth year diamond wedding In a Sundayiahool In Brooklyn a lIttle girl who bad accidentally twal lOIYed a toy died while surrounded bj a praying minister and Ms fellow Sunday school Boholara ul bjoL OJr f NEWS NOTES I Seven mos wore killed by a flredamp explosion in a coal mine neat Latrotio PaIn a fight at FalmOuth Wm Smith was probably fatally stabbed by Georje Latart Safe blowers robbed the posiofll at Garrett Ind of 81000 In oath and 8300 in sumps Two safe blowers robbed a bank at Cedar Springs Mich of between 000 and 85000 The Haly building In Frankfort was destroyed by fire The lose la eatlma ted at 845000 Sam Durham fell overs cliff 100 feet high near Wllllamaburg and It beUo ed he will dlo Structural Iron workers to the ouni bar of 1700 went on a strike In tbe Ituburg district The body of Stephen Fitzgerald a roinlrjeot Now Orleans cotton man tae found In the caoalIJohn T Macy Central City 181000 eoper retired In perfect health ut but on awakening was blind Great damage was done by a downpour of rain around Chattanooga wblch mounted to a small cloudburst Seven women hayo been arrested In- St Louis accused of keeping younjt iris imprisoned In done of vice Masked robbers hold up the postma ter of Turner Ariz and compelled blm to give them a thousand dollars A Hamilton Ohio man who la under rrest for killing his wife pleads In dr leOile that she kicked him on the head Benjamin L Goodwin a prominent Bnd wealthy farmer shot himself wltb Icldal Intent fn a saloon In LednJton addled Five new mines have been opened In- tbe Vicinity of Mlddieaboro and a two mile railroad has been started Into tbo inntalo The court of appeals has decided ibllttho8ulclde clause in a life InIU- rance policy cannot bo considered In lult to recover A verdict of 815000 awarded a brake man against two Monon railroad for- tbe load of a leg has been sustained by- tbe supreme court of Indiana Four men and two women wero drowned in the Mitaliatppl river oelr Blckman as a result of tbo current car- rylnl their boat undera pile of drift Two New York hotel bell boys 10 dlcted for robbing hotel guests are be- lIeved to have secured 8100000 wortb of money and jewelry during the palt- few years tear Joncaboro Ga William Fart kilted his latheer a deputy sheriff Inlaw mortally wounded his wife- made an unsuccessful attempt to k111 bls eon and committed suicide Mary Anderson has expressed a do- sire to return to America if she can arraDge her personal affairs and ap benefit In New York pear at the proposed for her former rival Clara Mor rls A Cincinnati Southern paesenJler- train was wrecked near Lenoir City- Teno and three were killed and pereons injured The accident was- caused by a landslide which spread tho ralla lies Edith Curzon of Red Bank J J Is recovering from pneumonia wben her family believed her dead AD undertaker was at work on the body- wben a twitching of tho mueclcs showed hat aha was atlll alive Ten masked men beat and torture Cbristlan Joeblln and ills family Lw- omiles from Toledo 0 for five hours 10 tbe effort to secure 820000 which tbey- belloved was hidden in the house Tbey- lecured 8300 in money and some jewelry Ahora trial lasting nearly two weak In the circuit court at Bardctown tbe wlll of S P Lancaster the we tb1- dlu111er was sustained two of the ju- rore dissenting from the verdict Tbo suit was filed by R B Lancaster b her of the decedent Mrs Maude Balllngton Booth bas- written a letter to a number of railroad managers suggesting that all- trains be proy4ed with case contain Ing anaesthetic bandages etc Sbe- jtlvbs especial attention to anacatbottci saylnjt that by admlniaterlng them to- persons hopelessly pinned down bf- wreekajle and thou certain to die much of the suffering and horror Incident to- rock could be avoided TOE Lexington Dcmocrav la glvln free to every new subscriber a very us ful and valuable present In the abaoo of a map of the world of thi United States and of Kentucky with- Interesting and important data bealde tbe fisga and arms of alt nations tbe- pictures and auto raRbe of the presl- dents etc The maps were made ox preas for the Democrat and are read- Ily Vorth the price charged for the pa per Send 85 for a years subscription months and will roor 3 for biz you eelve one postage prepaid Ula the- m08tcompleto map and chart we have ever seeo r Tbomall Wilson was shot and killed at roenvllle S C by Glllom WlU- banks aged 13 while he was beating tbe toys mother Two moro Cornell students have died of phold fever making 18 who have auccumhed to the malady since Its outbreak at Ithaea Harry GTandy denies a report that he ill withdraw from the race for sec retarof tate t 1- t k Joi tSrtLIt P 111 i J QRRND f LLflDR This week we put on sale several thousand yards ends which we bought below the market price Here are some of the good things i a BlttUk Blue Whito and Groy Molwir 40 inches wide worth 7Co RO nt ion yard Extreme wide morccrircil oxford white price 2Co our t ffriCo 15c n yard 500 yards imported tnndrns nowost stripes inatlo to soil nt 20o our price lOc u yard Special 200 Ono lujnvy corsets the price On those was 8125 they 50 nt 70c 300 PAIRS LADIES SHOES Sizes 2i and 3 Dutton and Lace worth up to SI KO nl J8c not now atylo and tho above sizes only 5000 yards 8 inch Homburg worth 25c gooa at 10c Your last chance to got this Just received now line of mens fine clothing tho celebrated Kirschlmurn hnndnindo warranted to fit and wear as perfect ns a tailorinnde suit Wo cnn fit you Price from 5 to 820 260 pairs allwool jeans punts worth 81 and 8125 all go at GOo Wo take your eggs and butter at tho highest market price in exchange each THE GRAND LEADERM B LEVY CO Prors S B LEVYMnnnpor DRIr W Carter DENTIST Stanford Kontucky Office In Myors Houso Flats Go To B Harris Crab Orchard Par lUrgalni Fresh line of Oroc rlo and Oa Ves Htc Just reeelvod IllRhMt market price for Mutter Err e OUe him a call 1POSTED I We whose names appear below polttmly forbid hunting trapping or trespassing will prusoento to Soy way OD our lands he oil extent of the Uw peons of neb Mike faster Mike alhaUIIr Matthew Drleiier and OhrUtlan Drlcslor NEW LIVERY STABLE- s w BURXC S1t rzgn CITY KY JintOlall Turnout at Reaaoaabte Rates Attention to Traveling Men Grain and nay For Bate JACK We will on Wednesday March 4 1903 sell 10 Jacks it special sale Send your entries in at once Fox LOGAN Danville jDWcaien Insurance flUent Fire and Tornado Insurance Repieienta The Home of Now in the 118t7IOO3M2Surplu 1943601869 Casey Qarraid and Lln coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky IF YOU Contemplate travel North or South East or West write us tot rates and printed matter We can give you all the Information you want Queen Crescent Route It the Shortest Ronto to New Orleans Jacksonville Atlanta Knoxvllle Cincinnati Savannah Shreveport Birmingham and Texas points Di rect line to Cuba and Porto Rico 8 T SWIFT P A T A Lexington W 0 RiNEiBSOH G P A Cincinnati J 0 CONK D P A Chattanooga NORTHBOUND Leave Moreland 112 p m Leave Junction City 462 a m It 120 pm II If 600 a m BOUT OUND Leave Moreland 110 ru m It 1127 Lrn Junction City 1135 am 1117 a m- II 806 p m J C of Chinaware tickets given on purchase George JUNCTION SALE FURNITURE Carpets Mattings 7 RugsIWall Paper Picture Frames Lc yH rThe Inteet novelties In MatUBj Carpet Walllaptr A an new even to Ike Inspection of the puwie and we aatureenrpa Irene that they CB get thrlr moaey wrto by trading with 0 NO JOCKEYING A Lady a Gentleman a Ohllrt mn bay anything in ear MM and MTB none If you Sad tbe good that sell ran tbe price to rIght WITHERS FURNITURE COMPANY LAMP SALE I Beginning March 2d we I will close out our line of fine Parlor and Library Lamps at COST for CASH Now is your chance to buy a nice lamp ata wholesale price CSt H ARRIS A C0f Stanford Kv j ALL Sorts of pretty jowehy is tho vogue Many nov elties have been added Como in and see the lat cst in JcwclryWatches Clocks and Silverware Absolutely no seutationrW H MUELLER IKyWhat Do You Wish When selecting groceries reliable sub lance or mere shadow If tubstance and rood quality and good value you wish then come her for it in my largo and well selected stock There la not a thing that Is not of excellent value Full lino also o- fFINE CIGARSAnd tobacco and hundreds of values too numerous to mention Come and see and be convinced and I will cause no strain on your purse J W PERRIN the Grocer 1 110 Mala St Stanford Ky r- 3N + 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAHFORD Ky MAIL 3 1903 lIn fllllag your prcicrlpttoni we uia ti V propotioner not do batter II yon paid ui doublo the price which Is always reasonable Von cyi Drug Suiro PERSONALS BOKN to the wife of J F Motor a daugbtorfospool t Cincinnati folUULOW W JONES wool to Cincin + nati yesterday Mil JOHN 000011 ot the Goshen eoc s tlon li very III nrU D DniailT went up to Grays yes terday on business IlOUKUT MOHELAND of Lexington onspentMil R L PORTER JK li clerking t for Goo O Farrlt Sc Co MR O M RICE went to Danvllla yesterday for a few days MUSS SAMIE SHKLTON of Louis vllle It with her parents JAMES MILUDRN U now miller for the PerryTlllo Milling Co MR W I WILLIAMS of Lancaster attended court bero last week MR SAMUEL BISHOP Is back from a vlMl to friends In Washington Miss STELLA DILL Js visiting Mlis Pearl Collier at Crab Orchard V O MULLIICIV of Wllmorc was J hero yesterday attending court Mil D J NEWUUUN of QusUmvllle returned from Corbin yesterday Mil S V ROWLAND was on yesterdays train bound for the mountain MR J N PARSONS agent at Lily spent several lays with trfends here Dlt P P MVHANU wont over lo Wllraore yesterday to son some friends O P NBWLASD JR had one of his anger badly cut while cutting fodder r JOHN B ANDRRSONS little son has been down with pneumonia but Is out clagainJOSEPH LniDL and family leavo to day for St Louis to oiako Ihelr fuluro home MISSBS URLBN IIocKnit and Suite Frye of HuitonTllle wero hero yes terdayMiss MYRTLK AHRAUS returned LouisylllVMiss MYRA WALKHR of Flemings burg spent several days with Mrs K t n Beazley MR B L GHINBTKAO of RlebmooJ spent Sunday with his sister Mrs B B Hetzloy WILLIAM SBVBHANOK went to ibo ollles yesterday to buy a big stock of SpMng goods Mus M 0 8A0FIBY will leave to day to visit her daughter Mm T S Webb In Knoxville Mils BAt1UEL T FARRIS ot Rid mont Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs E U Beailey PRETTY Miss KATIE MERSIION bore from Somerset with her sisters Mesdames B azlcy and Dill JUDGE W M DECKNEH of Wlc cheater and lion C C Bagby of Dan 1yule are here alleodlng court THE tour moothe old daughter of Mr and Mrs M F Lawrence who has had r a severe attack of eczema Is convales coot MRS DENIIY L WALLACE of Paint Lick was the guest of her sister Mrs Adella Wood who has been qulio sickMRS B M HUTOHINS who has be f with her parent Eld and Mrs B Pinkerton returned to St Louis urd ay MR L B GIVENS the popular Ear rodsburg liveryman spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother and sis tore bero MRS MARY PEAL has moved up from Lyon county to make her homo with her father Mr J T Martin In tho West Ends MRS MOLLIE ODANNON MARTI- Ni Richmond a cousin of Dr W i OBannon hue arrived to make hot1 homo with his family MRS J G CARPENFER and little daughter Josephine of Stanford re turned homo last evening alter a pleas ant vlstlt of sovaral days to Miss Tovls C rpsnter Lexington Democrat i LOCALS Let Frank Adklns fix your umbrella iCRUSIIED Oyster Shells for chickens at Craig Hookers SPUING time has come gentle A ole Now let Rood weather follow suit DONT fall to attend Mrs D S Carpenter ealo at Huslonvlllo next Thursday printing fair dates will IPAIERS Huslonvllle July 20 three days READ iho roal estate advertlsemenU on our fourth page You may and a farm that suits our WE have plenty of millet hay Rood lor cow feed which we will sell cheap J IL Baughman ft Co MR W P TATE sold to J B Drown v his CaW county farm some five mile from Liberty for 15000 MR AM PENCE bought the A J boullhtItPonce of Missouri A CABIN belonging to Viney Roy nolds colored and located near Dlx river burned Friday and several child rOil came near being cremated FOR RENT Storeroom on Lancas tor street and law offices formerly oc copied by W A Trlbblo Apply at WaltonLoIngoa MY Jersey Hull Pedro 2nd may be und In piddock on Dr Baileys term nWMcKlnncy 2t AFTER raiding the blind tigers of the town the minister and Low and Order League at Lancaster burned the seized whisky on the public square says a dispatch from there CARSON dPENcn are ready to wd1 the In an foraforetaken In exchange for pour mel ship stuff and cotton seed meal TimE new dlsllllery of Mr John Tray lor has been completed and will startup today It has a capacity of three barrels and Is said to be a model one Mean W T Steno and Peter Straub put It up nFARMERSquested to give a portion of their pat ronage to the Farmers Roller Mills Morris Fred proprietor Good meal eta full weight and polite tree- moat at all time AUTHOR BOUANKS tolls us that ho sew n crow the other day which bad white wings Ho got a good view of the bird and Is sailifled that there Is no mistake about his wings being al most as white as snow gBeobundredoak clothing Via Ladles aro cs peclally Invited Auction will be 611hdof under shelter and will occur positively rain or shine Col J P Chandler auc tloncer MARSHALL Mrs Emily H Marashall the egad mother of Mrs O P hatetors homo Friday night from the taste of a tell received a fox days pro vlous Tho burial occurred la tbo Cre Orobard Cemetery at 0 oclock Sunda y morning Mrs Marshall was a mom ber of the Christian oburch and a moat exeellent Christian woman TUB Pitman Concert Co one of tho foremost musical organliatlons out this seasonwlll hold tbo boards at Walton Opera House on Wednesday evening March 11 Tho companvtwlll be played whho so outing such a splendid cnlcrlatnment Rcearri1od te drug store Secure yours before ibe rush begins RUSSELL Mrs Russell aged alto of Mr Geo W Russell died the Lexington Asylum Sunday 8 had been conQncd there about two years and was a most estimable old w man Her romaine wero taken to h late residence Ic the Oltenholm eoctlon yesterday and will bo Interred In family burying ground today 5 loaves souse children four daughters 611Jatgood Christian woman and much ey palby is feft for the aged husband and loving children In their sad bereave moot SATURDAY afternoon about 4 oclock James Tall colored was arrested Marshal R O Jones and Jailor lea Herrln tae trying to brain Ponoy Br ner also colored with a chair striking her on the left templo ho sev IIarod an artery and Injured the torn pieof bono and several stitches had to be ta ken to stop the How of blood Ho also struck her In the book of the bead and callInow a desperate character when drinking and has served a term In the pen and thoichances aro be will land there again this Instance The case has been taken before tho grand Jury for Investigation THE tour act drama Dot Tho MI atnHustbnyllle Thursday evening March 5 The oist of characters la ae follows David Mason a farmer J T Clarke 00 Herbert Mason Davlda son EJBooth Royal Meadows Mm Cliftons son J S Davenport Arthur Floyd a vlllian Chas H North George Cllf ton a miner Parson Swift Jcsso Dav enport Bill Torry Floyds pal Bro xe tor police officer Gus Miller Ebony Aunt flaps protege Q J Nugent Mrs Mason Davids wile Miss EdIth Walker Dolorls Dot Miss Kathorlne Wells Dire Clifton George Cliftons deserted wife Mra D D Downs Wini fred Clifton Mrs Cllfiona daughter MM Jangle Hurst Hapylbah Ebonys Guardian Angel Dave D Dowse The prices of admission are 25 and 35 cents CraigSCARSON PENCE r veluet received a carload of the latest style Columbus buggies DUD HUSTON colored aged 22 died at Turnersvlllo Sunday of consumption and was burled yesterday THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Is prepare lair to quit the credit business ta far as subscriptions Bro concerned Life Is too short and paper too high to waste on poor payers Assist us In establish tag a cash system by sending In what you owe If tbo tag on your paper thtogently requested to remit at odes This means YOU If you are not paid up CIRCUIT COURTAlfred Bright for killing Sam Blakcmoro nisi colored at Crab Orchard some two yens ago was given 10 yenta In the penitentiary thetarge W D Hutchison mallctour cutting and wounding Oiborne Baugb was acquitted James Hortoo for selling liquor to a minor tour CAses was flood 620 lo each case Wftrry Wallln for same offense was acquitted Too case ot Hiram Grant for killing Cbas Likens at Crab Orch artwee coDtln Jed itlll Juno form of court leo Baugb for poisoning W G Actons horse some time agowA8ao J V Hurtzog for selling II without license Is on trial AN Ur To DATE STORE Tho large hiFmade Into an uptodato business house In every respect A second story has been added which Is fitted up as a cur pet deparlment with all the latest do vitae and conveniences for Ibowlo goods Hera is displayed the hand somcst lino of carpets ever shown Central Kentucky Tbo dry goods no lions clothing and gents furnishing departments bays been fitted up ith all the latest conveniences aid fixtures Another Improvement Is the arrangement for sending In cash to t6 ca shier and receiving change by mean wire and baskets When the solo Is made the salesman makes a ticket and puts all Into the little carriage and It Is sent whirling along the wire to Ibo cashier who quickly makes the change nd returns It to the salesman thus saving much time to the customer Tho overflowingtand If ou want to see a strictly metro bpoliten business call at the DIg Whit Elephant Store WHAT BECAME OPPARKKR The capacity of Waltons Opera House was taxed Friday evening when the charm log fouract comedy What Became of Parker was presented by local tat ooh end bad our people known what a splendid entertainment was In etc or them the slamllng room only sign would have been hung up before 7 oclock Altogether It was ono of tho cloverest amateur performances have over witnessed There was semblance of a bitch In It but every thing went off llko clock work MI Georgia Lewis who managed tbo coogrntulatOl 0 dhee Is the cast of characters Fred Parker a wholesale dry goods merchant L rR Hughes William Torrance his partner James F Gummier JeremIah Geh8 4 tile young man Incidentally In lo with Helen Ashby M Warren rr ChlcagmPortman Otto a welter John Nevlus Police Sergeant Ripley J T Jon Vivian Parkers wife Miss Anna Cooke Mildred Greco her old maid Worthaora at Invine Policeman Lawrence Vao Are dalu Spaco forbids extended mention the participants but whore all did so It Is Invidious to particularize Sufllco It to say however the play w exquisitely presented from the rlso of the curtain until lie fall and If the Im manse audience was not pleased tho prolonged and deafening applause was almost criminally misleading Miss spared neither time nor trouble n getting the performance ready at tho suttees of It Is due aa largely to her as to those who took part West End people have extended an Invita flan to have the performance given at Huslonvlllo and In the event it Is ac cepted we promise It will bo the bet show of the season Between the first and second sate Mr John H Shanks delighted the audience with songs and dancing which added no little to the pleasure of tho evening Ho Is beyond doubt the boat amateur Negro imitator and dancer la Kentucky Mr Albert Beaaloy furnished excellent music dur lag the evening Ho Is a splendid pi anist and Is exceedingly accommodat log After the show Manager James T Jones on the part of the Odd Fel lows banqueted the players and others at T O Wlllia restaurant A splendid repose was enjoyed Tho Odd Fellows cleared about 100 which will gotoward buying a carpet for their magnificent hell here THERE will bo a business meeting of the fancy work and sewing club at Mrs W 11 Shanks Thursday afternoob at 2 oclock After the meeting there will bo a game of Progressive Flinch FOUND DEAD Bob Thurmond a Negro aged about 35 was toned dead In Josh Jones woods late yesterday eve ning He way a drinking man and the supposition Is that h j fell while drunk and could get no further Thurmond was In town Saturday night A wife and several children survive CHURCH MATTERS Rev W G Mooig6mery requests e yours moo of Turnersvlllo and vi cinity to meet him at the church on next Saturday evening March 7 at ear ly candlo lightabout 030 Dr C E W Dobbs who has made his residence In Harrodtburg for the moroinllorsumo the pastorate of a largo Baptist church The Salt Lako Ministerial Associa Ion has sent a telegram to Senator Burrows deprecating tbo charges of polygamy mado against Reed Bmoot The ministers soy the charges toad lo b lRevMl Morlah church near Highland SundayInchurch for 42 years and has been en gaged by the congregation for another year He lives at nee Lick and makes s trips to and fro on horseback He about 83 years of age MATRIMONIAL The bridegroom of a recent Ohio wedding had six children while the anduof Wllmore Kv has been called to the pastorate of the Christian church at Mortons vllle Woodford county to succeed Rev N R Dale recently resigned knownoa young farmer and Miss Florence Tajrlorlall of Moberly drove to Rich mood and were married by the Rev H G Turner Carrie Nation was arrested In Sao Francisco for breaking a bottle of whisky In a saloon M G Reynolds and D O Lewis sold to Lllburn Gooch 30 bogs at Go PUBLIC SALE s I will sell at public auction at the Weath crford lintel ID Iluntonvillo on THURSDAY MAHOII S 1003 Beginning at P a lotof fled Roam Sots Carpets Table Chairs Dishes Knlres and Cooking and heating Stores Etc CAItPENTERr UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired end made almost trampw0r money me a trial FHANK ATKIKS Stanford FORRENT adMy storeroom recently occupied Dytymj Severance Will rent for one or J B OWSLEY To Tobacco Men I I have abundant Rood tobacco land and thna tenant homes for rent Rave already sown tobacco seed Mao good farm for sale on easy term O BtuwtiEn Jumbo Ky Spring 1903 Blue Grass Nurser Ies eaFruit aid Ornamental TrcesOrape Vine Fruits Asparagus Rhubarb end gardenStrawberryryicit Both phones U F IIILLENMEVER IOir- Lexlnglon Ky Timber For Sale I I have a boundary of 300 or 400 acres of county6eFor particulars call on or write to T B HAMMONDS Baldock Casey Co Ky Strawberry Plants For Sale l I have the following kinds of strawberry TennesseedSampleClydeIanlalland Cumberland Gandy Parker Earl at iDs per 100 as long a they last J L JOHNSON KingsTllle Ky Hemp Seed For Sale I A limited amount of strictly nice clean ImportationforBANKS HUDSON Lancaster Ky P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon KyIOffice at J R Benileya Livery Stable HRNRN SHOES Terms This celebrated make of shoes recognizedas the very Spring stylcb arc ready in both shoes oxfords tile finest dress shoe trya man have exclu in FOR SALE BY I Cummins S McClary iii m 1 4 J I d g j i g l o SPRING GOODS sss eaese Coming in almost ovary day SlippersMens have arrived Look the STYLESand We nee here show them aestaleera Cash HJ MRoberts i NEW BLACK GOODS wetears have just placed a very su perior of Black Goods desira ble for costumes and skirts styles are correct and the prices are right New Voiles Etamines Granites Panamaand Basket Cloths Silkwarp Etamines don Twines Mohairs and Secilians FOR WAISTS Plain Changeable Taffetas Pease de Soie Silk Ginghams Oxfords c Black Taffetas in all widths 25 pieces new white waistings See the new ready towear skits in the 2d llo- orSEVERANCE I S OLIVER PLOWS Full stock of Steel and Wood Beams and all Kinds of REPAI W E PERKINS Plana II Trova Verdi Grand Fantasia Old Folks at Home Close Dat Eye Lee Oreaa Smith Esther Pitman Violin Solo Oth de Berlot Op 104 Gavel Trio Guitar Mewrs Pitman Caret MlM Belles Little Brother Jas is best Our and For II 5 and SG We sive sale fordi at to We on sale line fine The Lon and RS tore Mandolin and and orChardt PITMAN CONCERT CO Waltons Opera House Wed nesday Evening March 11th eraltetlrrPROORAMz DuetGrand Fantasia TromboneSolo CaterMLullaby COncortoOh Corrlngton Reading Stanj SILKS SON Crab PitmanCornetHarry Pitman PitmanViolinCorrington Caret Trombone j Sweet Sktean OJOOUllngThornton Soldlei la the Park from Tho Runaway ayGood l f o 4THE JNTERIOR JOURNAL red n he poofflke at Stanford a- esndefau matt- er1hbL2aaTtaayp sassdSxidtm- av tl1 PER YEAR CASH I1r Wean Dot ootddte2OOwt11becbarged 0 s KNOXVILLE DIVISION o 24 Train going North MM1146ma 211II 230 a m 02S II II 80thM ooM12tS m C023 M12112 p m Sa Ky PA KEYS HAIR BALSAM Cleuuei and bNutIIeI tee bats Promote a hiTurUnt swab Never Ml to BM re 0rsy- hair rpIJr v u Jr Color rlan- gakndrllu Itnrctu Mason HotelM- RS u D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky I Newly furnished clean splendid table Every hlng first class Porters meet all traIns 89 JL PRICE Inrgeon Dentist Stanford D oovnr UoBabtrtsDrng Stan In tbl Owsley I Building R AI JONESDENTIST Stanford Uy Offlc over higgins A McKlnneyi Stor Telephoa No 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary is all the year for the treatment of- lurglcal and chronic diseases and for con saltation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills Iue when services are rendered and must lpald promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery FoodSale9tllbleLiborty Drummers Rigs a specialty High Grade Horses and Mules bought Feed horses receive personal attention AM BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers hIs services as Auotoineer to the peoplo of Lincoln County He will please both in work and price Write to him TraylorSfJ ice DEALERS IN WHlsku Brando Winos Beer ftG KYII I have had occasion to use your BUckDraught Stock and Poultry Mcdi cine andam to say that never used anything for tock that gave half as good satisfaction heartily recom mend It to all owners of stock J B BELSHER SL Louis Ma Sickstock or poultry shouldnot eat cheap stock food moro than tick persons should expect to be cued When your stock and poultry are sick give them med icine Dont stuff them with worthless stock foods Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liver and the possibleand Poultry Medicine unloads tho bowels stirs the torpid liver It cures every malady if taken in a 25cent can of Stock and Poultry bfedicinoandltwillpay for ten times over workbetler Cows give more milk Hogs gain flesh And hens lay more solves the problem making as much blood flesh and ns out tho smallestnmonnt of toed con lamed Buy a can from your dealer I Rs B Maliony Insurance fluent Fire Lifo Accident and 41Tornado None but the larg est nnd boot companies rep resented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky STANFORD GREENHOUS- ECarnations Hya cinths Narcissus Floral on abort notice nodding and Vegetable all kinds In season Phone 29 ring 3IJNO CHRISTMAN Stanford UeC RUPLEY Tho Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Hustonville Property for Sate I will offer at private sale my property situated on the north of Main on east side of OoUege street In lIutonyllle consisting of bote and livery stable Ky Is well ar and ncaot lot This property and ranged for hotel or boarding house a nice livery livery stable on same barn 65z7S5 and all outbuildings ncccsaary for hotel and livery purposes good Jva Ifcant lot for prlyate water abundance Property la well arranged for private residence rented for that Ilustunvtilewantnow paying rtyln D S Carpenter Huston call 01 or address ville Ky To the Goal Consumer Having bought out Hlggtn A Blme furnish the coal dealers we are now to the people ot Stanford and surrounding onntry the best brands of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers we will tako your bay and corn tn exchange solicit for coal at the market price We your trade and guarantee at coaFhouseOrilenrout money Nostablephone 41 or Boonoa livery Boon dfc DunaveatST- flNFORO KY J+ G+ MCCbMY tiNDEBrAltEB EMBALMEH And Doalear In- 2ABNESS3ADDLEBY del Stanford Ky is L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers lO OZALaal nr FurnltureMntUngsRugs they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache EladderDont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary write lr rennet lIe hex spent a lire time curing Just suet coses on yours All consultations Dr Fcnnors Kidney and uackacbe euro let Ile caulo of beta alive today I hail dlseasetorlcarsandweigh 165 W II McQUQIN Olive Furnace O Druggists II Ask for Cook Book Free STVITUSDAHC Sure Cure Circular nr Itmner FredonlaNY From Floridas Sunny Clime NEW SMYRNA FLA jFeb 24 I have enjoyed your paper to much dur ing my etay hero that I readily accept this opportunity of honing mr appre elation of same My elster and I joln on Jan 14 a party of Wllmoro people consisting of Rev J O Johnson and wife Mr Hawkins and wife and Mr Garvey wife and children bound for the Sunny South We truly found It the Sunny South for tbo thertnom eter registered from 85 to 00 degrees for several days We have only bad two cold spells since wo came The last began Tuesday lkh and In 24 hours tho thermometer fell from 85 to 32 de grees It continued cool until Friday when It began to rain and continued to do 10 until Saturday afternoon Mr Johnson and Mrs Hawkins have been very much disturbed for tear a ti dal wave would sweep over Corrooado Island aa It did a few years ago but they are better satisfied since they have hoard that at that time the Inhabitant took refuge In tho cottage occupied by partyWe our mall every day although we are two miles from New Smyrna on the beautiful Island of Corronado Four miles from us Is the lnletwhcro the ocean breaks Into the lAnd form log the Hall fax and Hlllsboro riven and cutting off Corronado from the enlneula On a point of land near this inlet is a grand looking light house from which one gets a splendid view of tho ocean and Its white cap breakers Every evening when we see this pow erful light shining so brightly In the distance wo are reminded how glsd the stormtossed sailor must be when he sees It shining upon Its horizon Wo are on the Dillsboro river and the tide la controlled by the ocean Fishing Is One In thus river and Jut Thursday 33 were taken by our party It has been given up that Mr Johnson la the champion fUhernnn ot our party and at last account ho caught In six hour 22 Sheep Head averaging from three to six pounds Across this river Is a drawbridge and one has to pay 5 cents every tlmo he crosses or 10 cents for fishing on tbo pier Corronado Island Is about three quar trs of a mile wide and 150 miles In length moat of which la hammock land The moss which twines from limb to limb and dropping for many yards hire tad there makes a very picturesque place Oysters can be bad for tho gash erlnp sod the men of the party bring them In on a wheelbarrow We have not wanted for oranges either for we are now using our third box and they are exceptionally fine here There are 30 Kentucky people on the Island 15 of whom are In the clubhouse of Col Demireo eight adulta and two children In our cottage There ate three well equipped hotels on the la Und two of which are situated on the H llsboro river the other The Sea side Is situated on the beach and there one gotW a feast of good things at a rea Doable cost with the salt air and view ot the mighty deep free of charge One might travel over the Staid of Kentucky and they would never tied a more hospitable boat and hostess than Mr and Mrs Barber of the Barber Houie rangeIbathing we have In the surf While the ground hog was viewing his ebad ow In Kentucky we were enjoying a delightful bath In the ocean For the want of space I will desist for the present LENA POWELL FAIR DATES The following is the list of fair dates fixed for this year Richmond July 13 C days Grab Orchard July 224 slays Georgetown July 28 4 days CyntblanaJuly O4 days Hustonville July 29 3 days Danville August 4 4 days Madisonville August 4 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Greek August 18 4 days Lawrenceburg Auguit 16 4 days Shepherdsville August 25 4 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Bardstown Sept 5 days Ellzabethtown Sept 8r 4 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Owensboro Kentucky State Fair September 21 0 day- sWakeful hlldren For a long time the twoyearoldchild of P L McPherson 69 L 10th St liar riaburg Fa would sleep but two or three hours in the early part of the night which made it very bard for her parents Her mother concluded that the child bad stonach trouble and gave her half of one of Ghsmlerlalns Stomach and Liver Tab lets which quieted her stomach and she slept the whole through Two box rs of these Tablets have effected a permanent cure and she is now well and strong For sale by Craig Mocker basilwakenedEnglishmen in the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Official and business men o all olassca have suddenly realized the Importance of a good exhibit of British products The newspapers ore belaboring the Government for not hay ing taken up the matter before now If its a bilious attack take Chamber Jains Stomach and Liver Tabets nda quick recovery Is certain For sale bye alg k Ilocker n PAINT LICK W D Adams Is In Rookcastlo on business Willis Adams sold a pair of work mules for 1175 Will Fish fell from a wagon and sprained his ankle Rev Lawrence filled his appoint ment at Falrvlow Sunday Plea Murry of Whitley Is the guest ot bit father Jim Murry A mid dog was killed on BroaduV branch one day this week Union prayer meeting at the hall every Wednesday evening Mrs Martha Schooler Is tho guest of her daughter Mrs Jack Adami Miss Mary Lear who attended the PoyntzRoynolds wedding at Mt Star ling has returned home Tbo supposition Is that we are toot to havo a wedding In our town Some of our merchants will bo advertising for a lady oferk Ollie Torrlll Dr F M Walker Dr J G Bosley Mrs Annie Adams and Miss Salllo Adams spent Sunday In the country with Mrs Pattle Eogleman It Is reported we ore soon to lose ono of our best physicians Wo hope this Is a mistake and It bd will remain with us a little longer he will bo convinced that Paint Lick la all right Miss Annln Burko entertained Wednesday evening about 00 guest being present Most delightful refreshments were sorted and every one wont away feeling happy over having been prey entITur keys are scarce In this vicinity Common turkey hens tell at 1150 logs are Do Corn Is soiling at f2 Irish potatoes homo grows are worth SOo Butter Is very roaroa at 16 and 20o per pound Mrs Jane Higgins waf called to Stanford to see herdaughter Mrs Dalla Wood who Is ill Miss Nannie Wil cox Is very low with consumption Edward tho little twin baby boy of James Butner Is very sick with pneumonia Dr J G Carpenter of your city was In our town Thursday having been called here to amputate tho arm of Din Reynolds However Dr Carpen iiiIbe out again We heard a man say not long since that he bad thought of discontinuing the INTERIOR JOURNAL but If we would furnish the Paint Lick newt so he could hear from homo every week hi would not be without It Wo of course promised READ IT THROUGH Twould Spoil this Story to Tell It in the Headlines- To use an 18th century phrase this is an oer true tale hiving happened in a small Virginia town in the winter of 1002 it is a story much of the present Up to a short tlmo ago Mrs John E liar mon of Jlelfa Station Ya hid no per anal knowledge of the rare curative prop riles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Last January she says my baby took a dreadful cold and at one time I feared she would have pneumonia but one of my neighbors told me how this remedy had cured her little boy and I began giv ing it to my baby at once and it soon card Inn I heartily thank the manufac tures of Chamberlains Cough Remedy for placing so great a cure within my reach I cannot recommend too high ly or say too much In its favor I hope all who read this will try it and be con faced as I was For tale by Craig A locker Bee e LexinGTon DemOlRftr fs the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year- It I especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the now without fear or favor wePs Walton Editor F ProrI Lexington Ky nD n it J 8 Gee l1li Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids r Wheatba liver Is torpid and tilts to do lu work the bile enters the blood u a virulent poiaon Then come constipation biliousness stck headache livers and enalarla nie only treatment that give the Unr lust the right touch sad start Natures work la the right manner la IVER PILLS ANDToNiaPELLETS The pill touches theliver and the pellet was tor sytea3 Ii I SS doses fort days toot SS cent and un lea your case U eiceodinely bad you i wiU be well before you finish them Sample free For saJo a all dealer I FOR SALE DY W D MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STOKE First National Bank or Stanford ICy Capital StocK 500001 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of In 18JB then reorganised as the National tank of Stanford In 1868 and again reorganized as the First National Ilaik of la lYe having had practically tin fainter existence fur U rear It ii bettra- iIttIllII now with fAelllUo for transact Ing business promptly and well then ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited If LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK If CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO Directors JB Paxton D Owsley II Shanks W O Walker W Carter Successor to The Farmers Hank 4 Trust Oonpany and under same management continuously for at years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping each business relations will prove mutually beneficial Central Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No lHou ant lot KuntorJ4frwmihill torch la the tear tool nrtla coal nHghtmtbooJ Mow lo eburrha ud Uoo i lot film lljr Irlc t9a No 211811 fsrm8r aeaa Stall from Men ford UouMol four good rooms tk purtb sod t verseds Hood tarn sod other bulliilon to goo rtnslr Cut la lU flridt wan fenced ae sere In acnln fruit tree rat In grave Ilou htalrommhloseraulest bargain mad ca haseldst bargain Cloea t4 ehurrA Irtter acre Land adjoining sold for rill sad 1U ThUlsaUrgila No SUOItM aDd lot la SUnlorJ Honw ra sin Ire rooms Uood Iablt sal sera of lied wall fBcM Oot of irtttlMl building lU In town room la front for two other eotUf or s I Story front could W built to the cottage sad Us nisde a brsnttrul home Will be sold cheap ss tat owner mull bar money No4 Twoalorylamdwilllag7roes bill sod veranda Oood ganUn fnela la good repair For isle or Price reasonable No 3 11ouse sad lot In Stanford Tbte room and trout porch Oood garden sod table UooJ repair cll No 7 HoutsadlotInStsnronll34storiestl- oon Oood garden smoa and cual house only 1300 ra 8 Firm or e0setve214 mite from Stan lord on count roW 26 sereIa culllTatln seven In pulare 2 good orehard11 net In timber Two small rotUK han sad outbuilding well ad fairly good Ilao can leughtatyourpriceaawnsrllva la Indlinspo and mud oaey- No12Uwelllogofdc n garJenAleolargetwrI- con ton room ZSiOo lest lower room supplied with counters sbeltes etc Water In dwelling and storeroom also rlstern and well on plart Stash lot back of store On mile from Btnford llulldlnn In t and dwelling orlgintlif owl lloo aodsloreoTrflJoa WIU sell both for IWO or will real or lIwparateIY- No 1323o act ruin 8J mile of Crab Orchard- Ky Brick dwelling I room bou r two barD IIIDd pring near dwelling Farm In hlghslau of culllrallon srra river bottom- land good fencing fruit etc Price 13760 an acre No UIOO acres of land on Lancaster street lo Crab Orchard oppo IU Springs In grata no Im provements e laa stock abundance ot watir lrstUetbatiding11talntown Pries No 1sA nice cottage and lot on Lancatler street BunlorJ 7 room clitern etc coil II 11000ito urn near ItuitonTlll Dwelling of tight room ball teisala etc Una tenant house stock barn large tobacco barn and other outbuildings Clitern sod goof well In the yard and water In every Said on the place Farm cut seven Suds and Bratclass lead No 50A lam of scree rime dwelling four rooms suck tern snd all necessary out tearing well Scuds 93acrvetn cu llvrlon reel nidususs Iau than bdf mil ram lurnplke VeoBer this place for only t30 per sera No 11llouw of goof rooms and lour serve round a ilL toalem Ky Right on turnpike well wstered fencing a d all JulUnll soldad pair Unimproved land adjoining this for 130 per acre We sell tbl house for Vao or ex chsngi for property In Hlanlord or McKlnney Ky This place a stones throw of churches c No 33Sal acre of land In Hockcastlo fur isle or exchange flat all necesury linproTtment well watered dc Will be sold at a bargain NDl5Oarm of urn situated near Kings vlllr Ky scrrs In culllvatlon S3 In tlmberrest 1n well watered two ood buns and other repair lIoUlIIIICOmPirall- Dew la within 800lnt or three churcbu snd Property llee on dvelrbiepermor la of not lea acre to IsrrtanlycheappropertyNo Dwelling good bUD10 Ired end bull lnls Iag repair Producte ihne- uoneland ingaa oefbborbOOl1 tins to school lad on good road Price No 84 Alarm of liOOIThree good dwellings 3 buildlogs each hove barn etc dout thq cwlvr- d serve All ou county road1 mile tram harsh school arid ais well and well catered Tbl la alon tolceo term and would nit twoorthteefamillnlha want to come rrom theeame oeigbborhood Price reuousble c 11 e 41 Offtotrs J 8 IIOOKKR Prost JJMoUOIinHTiChr W U WKAKFN Bk- ptDirectors K lUild Danville 8 T Harry Stanford J 8 Hooker Stanford- W P Walton K U Tanner McRlnnrya U n lamere 8 II Stanford T I Stanford Jai Itoblnson Hobble I II ilaugbman Stanford W P Tate Stanford II Kentucky Officers 8 II 8IIANK8 President J II OWSLEY Cashier W U nniGHTAsst No ts AipleodUiarmol M aeras haadwu two story seven room Iran dwlllpr with water sad lights Ire as long a the 8 W L A Ire Co Jutlaldsehotebureb At To fa Ing s good plane repairThissod win bet a bargain xyOnaedngoo l barn and othwoallMilldlnx Iflaly acre In r teLschool etc htce only oo Notflovandon atr land UOUM roe Islns seven runuavf render ftllar lIe All nilr- every outbulldlon Larry large her all In ipleudld repair sou newly patslnl sad raver tsrgehumtotNo 2160 sera of laid In Ford eouoly K mllsefrowArkaatriverrstclax land and to grave This land U tar ilia or exchange lltaafontlcalbulldlnp Aplendldbluegrasfirmsed oal baalarmmere W olf rtbist1180 TwolIortobrroland Anewoutwellsirable bo1 Pdretlbrqtlotheroutbuildings sndchurrhrlsyu weUUoo pIke aod wlbUJer for wa poatol1laoacbooJtrout Warnone to tare mile about 100 acre stlusted Iron one from town with or without a buyer for an 14000 to 110 000 farm eta to town OrcbardcbapNo 20 Two atory hoses 9 room hallvcranda t PropcityIrlceHOCONo acre ofv townPrine oneaaa extra good lam with cattl shah attached AltObanerchlereFneisga former o Incum J I wlUboNo2t Dwelling of room with 20 gore land oulbulldtogaIn lrlce0uoNo t toreroomIrontiD t ahlncotkgenknlyfunkhedpapered gtrden Vacant lot adjoining 34 feet root b 200 e Kysndpernnnthexchangeurf countyI t nowaetelandIInelblanches through the place The land Is rich and iwith t Improvements a HOOO twotorytelgnt room frame t cellar4ebarn and other outbuildings all grad condition drposetsoGMThis place wl be sold cheap SomersetKtion acres In pislurci balance In timber Dwell Ing conlsiua seven rooms Large barn and all plendidL R Hughes Secretary II Treasurer t