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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o I t SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL r VOL XXX1 STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 13 1903 9AM NO 4 NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I IINold fiddlers contctt will be held at Perry vlllo Saturday night Wm Miller a prominent stock trad or died suddenly at Montlcollo Good welli continue to come la dally In tbe Rlcbland Odd In Knox county I A A Surber of Shelby City was ee verely booked by lightning the other dayWilliam McCollum was acquitted In tko Clay circuit court of killing his brotherMr Margaret Wright Young aged 05 utter a lingering Illness died at t NlchoUivllIe J H Carman has been appointed a poslmaiterat Douglas Casey bounty I vice Madison Hart removed R S Perry It dead at Nlcbolaivlllo Ho was county olerk 10 years and served ono term In tbe Loeltlaturc Joe Campbell shot hlmielf with sul I cldal Intent at his homo In AdaIr coun I ty He U In a critical condition t Mrf Susan Anderson living near Paducab died of a mysterious disease l which physician think ibo caught from oat r Dr C D Agnew of Barrodtburg It In Frankfort to answer In the United StaV Court to the charge of wrongful use of tbo tnalli Local and English caoltaluu arc pre paring to drill a tort oil well In Dell county Tbo will will be drilled In the valley of Yellow Creek Work hat commenced on a new building for the First National Bank at Darbourvllle AD opera house for that town it almost a certainty E D Almy of Laurel county has been appointed to a cadqtshlp at the Annapolis Naval Academy by Coo grossman Vlnictt flooring Tbo oldest violin yet reported was received last week It It the property of Mr Kd Stotu apd was made In 1078 which makes it 236 years old Adair Now In the Qarrard circuit court Jack Johnson was sentenced to two years In the penitentiary for testing a steer William Carpenter was given ono year for bog stealing Fred D Nowland of Crab Orchard stenographer In the tralnraattcr of lice at Livingston bat been trantfcrrcd to a similar position at Birmingham at an Increased salary C U Johnson a hardware dealer of Lebanon made an aMleoment to Attorney Jobn MeChord for tbo benefit ofI his creditor Hit llabllltlet are 112 000 add hit assets 17000 In the Federal court at Frankfort Judge Cochran dismissed on demurrer the election case against Dolaney Ron Kane and Ryan of Lexington and Hunter of Nlcholaivlllo John D Thompson hat been Indicted by tbe Mercer county grand jury for falling to mike report to the county court of whiskies In bit distillery warehouse at Darrodtburg Mr Mattlo Ilaydon died suddenly at her late homo In Garrard county of paralysis She was about 71 years of age and was tho motber In law ol Mr I M Dunn Tbo romaine pero taken to Lebanon for Interment Cyru Wheat a former prominent citizen of the Crocut community In Adair county died of narration last week Ute mind had been unbalanced for tome and ho refuted to cat or drink for Iii days before no died Howe 60 years of ago The healthy woman need not fear the chanKC which comes at the beginning of llfea autumn It is the woman who it rora out run down and- a sufferer from disease I who naturally dreads the change of life Thl U critical period woman and the prevalence of womanly I makes the duty of woman who would avoid unnecessary suffering to take especial care of herself at this time The me which vex ao many women at the change of life ore entirely avoided or cured the use or Dr Pierces Pa vote Prescription It makes weak women strong enables the weakest to through this trying change with the tranquility of perfect ol here been a very woman and Milt lime hat been wary hant with me writes an Maggie rottia or oluulOn 51aUoDt rdearneld Co pox t 4 I am come time change of Ufe and t hue been sick a gnat utraad on Wben Mrs Uemmls mowed besid- en e andwsickere taiingr over ouralckn utoafrs- elmctipP Iold pnorlleMedicsl aad OoldC11 Disconry alto rileta 1 ClOt her to bringtae a bottle each from the dillJ store Ihem eel or good ud i two Tbet did me a got more boUI oC prvorlte rre tlon saw such a wouderM cure 1krOfC I rnenced tour remedin I was good for WU te lOch now 1 aakmywork to with rawtlf I AD do 1ysdf and Dr Pietys Pleasant Pellets are e and pleasant to take LAUD STOCK CROPS ETCI Lute Co havo throb good farm horses for sale J R Wilson told to George Grldcr a gelding for 116 J E und D D Tudor bought 13 851 H UDd hoes at 84 of andij at I J M Robert told to Lee tinkle 17 700 round cattle 4 35 D N Prewlit bought of W E Dot tIe a bunch of hosts ai Ho J E and D B Tudor bought ol Lutes Co 40 110 pouno hogs at die An effort Is being mado to establish spring race meeting at Lexington R L Bubble bought two yearling mule at WO and an ned mule for 1105 WANTED 76 steers that will weigh 700 pounds Hugh Thompson Cbllton Ky 2t R II Bronaugh ell told the Reuben Monday farm In Manlioo for close to 17000 W T Beck bought of W E Tbom as RIO seven pigs and four thoat lor 136 A M Luce bought of Emmett Mo Cormaok timing twoyear old mule for 176 Two coming tbreoyoarold mules Hi hands for tale Dryo Ss Co flus tonvllle 2t L H Drown of Richmond led hat void to Frank Stannard Gbctlnut207t for 16000 G Q Givens has told lately 180 bUlb ele of hemp seed at 13 frO Ha shipped a lot to Qhllctburf Cattle are to scarce in Grant county that farmers aro buying them at city markets and shipping theta In Mr MoMurray of North Carolina bought of A D Root 10 shoats at 7o They averaged about 70 pounds FOR SALE Registered Berkshire boar Weight 300 pounds and It a splendid Individual W C Shank StanfordaThe executive committee of the Kentucky State Fair adopted a resolution prohibiting horse racing with betting at the coming State Fair atOwentboro F T Fox bat told for I 8 Tens to Reno te Morrltoo of Iowa four fine Jioks for 11200 Mr Fox sold a very One Jnck oolt to Mr Tovls lot 1176I Advocate Kajlo Bird the great show horse andI breeder of hlzhttepplng horse will make the present season at Jobn Cooks stable In Stanford at 110 See descrip tion elsewhere In Clark county J L Brown and GI M Proctor of Old Pine Grove sold about 30 lamb at to 16 for those Jo bo delivered Juno Ctb and for the 20th of July delivery at Sic E E Smathert great trotting gold lag Lord Derby 205 has been match ed to meet A P McDonald Major Delmar 205 In a epeclal match race on July 1 for a tide bet of 15000 W C Shanks received from hilt more N C the other day the spice dldly bred Berkshire boar Topper Uoy of Blltmoro IIo weighs 600 lbs and le about at fine a hog as mortal eyes over rested upop Your attention Ie called to the adver tltoment of Gambruno the mignlficont son of Gambetta Wllket Qo will make tbe icmoa at John S Daullbman farm on the Lancaster pike four miles from Danville at the low price of 116 to In luro a living colt Tbe Anpual Stallion Show at Lex legion will bo hold this yeas on the afternoon of Monday March 23d at the barns of the Tattortall Company Upward of four scores of the giants of the trotting turf will bo on trio exhibition and this years show promises to bo the largest over hold Dorsoy Oolddult and Quasi Mr F Reids pair of stallions will ma etbe present season at bit farm on tbe Jlut tonvllle pike head their description and pedigree In another column There are tow It any finer horses In Kentucky than these two and Mr Reid should and doubtless will do a big but inct with them iHUSTONVILL GI N Glllock of Liberty an up to date barber la here looking for rooms suitable tot hit business as well at bath roomsLyon Dunn told MoMurry of North Carolina three fine business hortet at 1115 to 1125 They sold Joe Jordan 10 Southern horse at 175 to tOO This makes a sato of over 30 horse hero within a week to say nothing of the mule A number of ladles and gentlemen from hero and vicinity left Thursday AmonlfCamnltz Melllo Hopper and Julia Stage Dr O S William Roland Bishop and other joined them If Its a tack take Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets anda byiJdeyported ralwlng I l NEWS NOTES A cigarette caused a 000003 Ore at Portland Oregon Homer Bird the New Orleans murderer was hanged at Sllka j- Allegrclil the famous candymaker Chicago Is dead aged 87 I There arc tbreo cases of smallpox In Cadiz and several In the county S M Maglone the Lexington babe ordatbor has mado en assignment Dennis A Sbannaban tbe well known railroad contractor Is dead Charleston W Va elected a full republican ticket with the exception of ono councilman Barkeepers of Jersey City aro considering a proposition to form a temperance society Jam e Sparse a veteran of tbo Wick Hawk Mexican and Civil ware Is dead at Hartsvllle Mo Torcocchool children fell from a foot bridge near Lako Charles La and were drowned Andrew O Wheeler better known at Nym Crinkle a wellknown newspaper writer is dead From 18 to 20 live wero lost In the railroad wreck and explosion at Olean N Y Many persons were Injured Samuel K Dow ono of tbo founder of tbo republican party and ono of the foremost lawyer at tbo Chicago bar Is deadAn expert hat discovered that tbe pendulums of clocks In skyscrapers will stop unless the clocks face north or south Tho design for the Gocbol monument will be selected April 1 according to a member of the committee In charge of the fund Bcrrah Wilkins owner of tbo Wash Ingion Poet was stricken with paral ytlt In Now York and Is In a critical condition Work will shortly begin on an 1m portant new railroad through 003 of tbe richest and most productive see Lions of New Mexico proposition Is to he presented be fore the Spanish Cabinet Council to ODd out tbo exact cause of tho sinking of the battleship Maine Charles M Swift of Detroit acting for two electric companies was award the franchise for furnishing light heat and power and electric railway service In Manila- A big sensation was sprung In bust ness circles at Frankfort by the an nouncement that L B Welsenburgb bead of a milling firm had loft the city owing four banks 62600 President Roosevelt has consented to act as a member of the general com mlttee which Is In charge of tho fund being ratted to build a memorial to Henry Ward Bcecher In Brooklyn I Passengers arriving at Now Orleans say that Minister Leslie Combs has ta ken a violent dltllko to Guatemala sad hat declared his Intention of returning to Kentucky at the earliest poselbo momentThe of Mrs Martha McQulnn Martin was found In the elecVrlo light plant reservoir at Lexington and lames W Best a contractor It confined In the Fayctte county Isis charged with her murder The Anchor Line steamer Kamara nula with Its 733 paieengort has been detained at quarantine at New York Six deaths occurred on board the steamer whllo at sea and Health Officer DoI ty suspects they were duo to cholera W M Miller formerly a law partner of W 8 Taylor at Indianapolis filed a crosscomplaint to Taylor suit asking for an accounting of tho firms affaire Miller charges that tbe Kentucky fugl live defrauded him by pocketing tees Arthur R Pennell the lawyer who figured promInently in the Burdick murder mystery at Buffalo N Y was Instantly killed and his wife probably fatally toured by an automobile In which tboy were riding plunging over a steep cliff In the United States court at Frankfort Judge Cocbrao banded down a de cision holding that all land patents Is sued since 1852 In Kentucky for morn than 200 acre are void except In a few cases whore authorized by special not of the Legislature The State Sinking Fund Commission decldjed to apply the money collected from tbo government as Interest on the war debt to redeeming tbe outstanding bonds against the State The action was taken on the votes of Gov Beck ham Treasurer Halter and Auditor- Coulter Attorney General Pratt op posed such use of the money More Riots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly aa grave as an individual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse unless a reliable remedy ia Immediately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or KIdney as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic anti all effective nervine and the greatest all around medicine for run down ays terns It dispels Nervousness Ilheuma Usm and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only 60c and satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists ROBERT L GREENE Candidate for clerk of tbe Court of Appeals an excellent gentleman a democrat tried and true and one who Is well fitted for tho olflce he seeks- WAYNESBURG Miss Lula Harris came home from a visit to her lather Tuesday A freight ran over Mrs Doty lllto dog the other day without hurting the canine Our school will be out In two weeks We will miss our worthy teacher and bope bo will do well wherever ho goes Tbe baby that had smallpox at one week old Is scarred some but tbe family lives In hopes that It will grow out of It There was a freight wreck on tbo Q ifc C at our place Saturday night Three cars were smashed just above the depot Mr Caldwell after a cldse examina Lion found nothing missing but a little candy and some nuts to we suppose It was boys who broke into his store 1161 Lutte Johnson wIll open a mil linery shop In the Maccabeo ball about the 20th Miss Doclo Gooch has been to Somerset visiting tbe family of W R Goooh for several days Mr Will Rice and family came here today to take the train for Carlisle to bury their oldest little boy sirs Rice came from a visit at that place only last Thursday She had been visiting her father and mother Tbe little one was taken with pneumonia on Satur day and died Monday Mrs Jobn Moser la visiting her brother and sister Mr McMaklnsy and Mrs Sanford Shoop Mies Aretbuta Goocb after living In our communltv for about two years has returned to her fathers at Gilbert Creek Tllden Singleton went to Louisville Tuesday to take up bis studies leaving hit slat wife with her motborand father Mrs Laura Faulkner hal returned to her eons at Highland Miss Joslo Goocb It qulto tick with mumps Mr and Mrs Rico Pitman and children are visiting H El Singleton CEDAR CREEK Born to the wife of William Adams a son Mr Alford James will leave Thursday for Now Albany to join her husband He hat a position In a Roll er mill Leonard and Wade Hampton have been sick but are Improving Lewis Whitt an L N employe was at homo last week to tee his boy It took him a week to find a name good enough for him but finally decided to call him Roscoo Burke We hope to organize a Sunday school at Sugar Grove this spring We feel greatly indebted to Mrs Salllo Pen nlngton and Rev W T B White for their earnest work In superintending for ut last year and hope to havo them help us again this spring Marlon McFadden Is very 111 with ty phoid fever butts slightly better ills mother and brother came down Satur day from London and are with him Mr McFadden has just moved Into our vi cinity and the many friends he hat made regret to hear of his Illness John Ford and family went to Danvlllo Sat urday to visit hut wifes parents Mr and Mrs Abel Bryant It would ba a great help to all If tbe men would place a tootlog or wire bridge over tbe creek or Ux tome con venient way to cross It would also be a great help to Mr John Ford who lives near the creek and Is bothered a great deal In having to get people over He usually keeps isle horse hitched to the fence when the water Is high so he will not have the trouble of going to the barn for him It Saved His Leg- P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga euf fered for six months with a frightful run nlngoro on his leg but writes that Buck lensArnlca Salve wholly cured It in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles it 18 the best salve In the world Cure guar anteed Only 25c Sold by all druggists I Hon Richard P Stoll died suddenly at Lexington YOUR SPRING HAT IS HERE Haves Spring Alpine Hawes Spring Derby Our line of Famous Hawes Hats is1 complete All the new shapes in black and colors IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied TsOs mILLER Danville KUs OLIVER CfllUED PlOW5 Disc Harrows Lever HarrowsOne and TwoHorse Disc Fertilizer Corn Drill Walking CultivatorsRiding Land Rollers Studebaker and Birdsell Wagons BUGGIES Higgins MKlnne STANFORD KENTUCKY Who snail nil 111 y daOyThere should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptons and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should be allowed to weighiagainst it When you do this we shall expect to serve you When we fill your prescriptiion every drug that en ters into it has tho exact potency the physician desirestOur charges are just as satisfactory as our service J Pennys Drug Store StKYord Y4DIrEyes badlyi i Have Them Tested J At lent once a year If your glasses have become scratchaed by frequent wiping dont endanger your eyeEsight by using them They should be I changedas soon as you dont see s as well as you used to J through them Craig Hooker STRNFORD fJl W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST rtAsks a continuance offrour patronage during 1903 and thanks you foryour liberal dealings of the yearfjust closed aw t- seltrs V t ruy FreshJDrugs at Prketbat are Right 1 c 1 ez i THE INTERIOR JOURNALI E c WALTON H H HENNINGER Of Wayne County II a eandldata for State Treu urn ct to the action of the Democratic put jr J F HOLDAM Ii a nnJUate for the Democratic nomination for Or r cult Q tk of Uncoln county subject to the action of the party 1 M F NORTH Isa candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative ot Lincoln county Subject to the action of the petty J M ALVERSONp Is a undUate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resentative of Lincoln County subject to the action of be party Democratic Tickets Ju 9 5For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD 1 For Circuit Judge MCSAUFLEY For Commonwcaltht Attorney I JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR SERE Is what Fugitive Taylors In dianapolis law partner says of him Seems that the hoosiers with tho ext ception of Goy Durbln have learned to know Taylor about as well as Ken tucklans dot I thought Taylor was all right when I entered Into a partner I ship with him and continued to think eo for some time However when he I had the trouble with street car conduc j tor that time over a four ceat faro and was going to shoot It settled him with mo I have learned to know him bet tier taco then and ho would do any I thing In the world for a dollar Since he filed his suit against me there have been three men In my office to get me f to sue him on cases In which they al I loge he has beat them out of money It I 41 What do you think of hlmjnow as to I having been connected with the trou blo In Kentucky Miller was asked i I have nothing to say as to that Howt over If It was a matter of a money cot glderatlon Iwould unhesitatingly prot pounce him guilty SENATOR PIUTCUAKD of North Car I olina whose term expired Wednesday 1 Is the last republican Senator from the south to go And there are only twos sou hern republicans In the lower bouseC Gibson and Brownlow of Tennessee The white republican party In the c south Idea may be gaining ground as f some republicans pretend but it is not f I laming any votes In Congress gleefully s remarks a southern contemporary s- II I TUB difference between a big man and a little one Is shown In the fact I 1that when In the service Admiral J modestly contented himself wits distant and unpleasant naval I tiiiScbley1 that Admiral Crownlngthleld out for him but Crowning I I shield who never did anything of note s f In the naval service except nag the I hero of Santiago retiree In a huff be I Acause he has no new llnoofbattlo ship K u for his flagship I r fj TUG republican State convention of declared that the countrys 4proeperlty is wholly due to the republl r can party Possibly there are In Mich Iran some people superstitious enough to believe that the abundant harvest rufthe last few years have been caused I by the republican tariff Yet It is hardI 11 to conceive that such people are to be found anywhere at the dawn ot the 20th Ifcenturyi WE dont suppose there is any doubt about Lincoln county going for Mrs John B Chenault of Madison for auditor I and certainly there should bo none Lie Is a district man is excel lently fitted for the office and his democracy I E Is beyond question Ho would f a capital auditor and heros hop ittogthat be will be given the opportu t j ally of doing eo 1 THE reporters continue to bring In I the blushing bride when they make i their stories of marriages though it- t l the testimony of all the preachersfs and magistrates that it Is almost Inva I rlably the groom whose selfconscious ness and agitation are moat apparent I t The bride usually wears a complacent expression rather than a blush TUB Wisconsin Legislature which called a conference to settle the Negro 4problem Is being snubbed by the gov ernors of Southern States for Its Imper tinence They refuse to appoint dele gates to It as the Negroeb have not asked for such a conference and the t whites do not waif It so there Is little probability that It will be held T HOOD LITTLE editor of the Richmond Register has tendered bis resig a nation and will locate In Henderson Tllle N C T H Pickles will become I editor of the Register POLITICAL t The Cubin Senate by a vote of 16 to 5ratified the reciprocity treaty with the United States t IB a letter written to a Kentuckian Seoator Hanna declined to permit his name used In connection with the pre Identlal race In 1001 4 lii iIr bnn 11 4tt f+ I to n The Missouri Senate has passed an anU cigarette bill Gov Durbin vetoed the bill passed by the Indiana LetMature to establish an Inheritance tax The Kansas House has passed a SeD- ate bill prohibiting the use of slot ma chines In that State The Senate confirmed the nomina tlon of Geo W Albrecht to be post master at Mlddlesboro President Roosevelt was Invited to attend the G A R National Encampment at San Francisco The democratic committee of the Louisville district at a meeting cbang fd the date of Its primary from April 7 to May 28- Cincinnati preachers at a mats meet Indorsed the candidacy of Mr Ingalh for mayor and all Indications point to the acceptance of that Indorsement at the polls A Lexington dispatch says Negro democrats from all over the State are arriving for the State convention of Negro clubs here this afternoon J W Schooler of this city Is president- A test case Involving the status of citizenship In Porto Rico and otberI colonies will be made of the detention of Miss Isabella Gonzales Miss Gonta les a Porto Rican woman was detain ed by the Immigration authorities as an alien likely to become a public charge ADDITIONAL LOCALS COTTAGE for rend Apply to J H Baughman CoISEE those Imported Oxfords at 1293 the waist pattern Severance fc Son SHERIFF LEE TATE of Rockcastle look David Reed to the Houses of ReI form yesterday REV P J Ross is building a fence iround the Methodist church and Is do ng most of the work himself WHAT Is said to bo a splendid proven Ivo of hydrophobia appears in another iolumn It was furnished by Mr W V Fowle of Rowland FOR RENTStorer0Oa Lancas cr street and law officee formerly oc upled by W A Trlbblo Apply at his office or write to W P Walton exID ton 4t TUB next show t I holdthe boards at Valtona Opera House Is The Folks Jp Willow Greet which will be pre ented by Frank Davidson strong ompany on April 28 BAILEYsold to Oaltskill if Lexington a bay gelding for 8200 nd bought of W W Lyon a bay mare or a fancy price The mare Mary b- lastold week for 350 bas been sold inco for 9550- POSTMASTER FLORENCE has recely id from the McKinley National Memo lal Association a limited supply of the lertlficatcs which hays been prepared or distribution to contributors to the nonument fund as souvenirs of their lartlcipatlon In that great enterprise rhe certificate Is a beautiful work of Irt on wblch Is given an excellent re production of Mis McKlnleys lavorltoI Ikeness of her husband together with i picture of the McKinley home In Canton and of the White House THIS AND THAT John Roe a prominent farmer of- Bart county was killed by a vicious bull The Pontifical Jubilee crown of Pope Leo weighs only two pounds but it cost 25000 Jacob Beyer a farmer killed him lell on a third attempt at suicide by Iving headlong forty feet A M McLaughlin a capitalist was shot and killed at Paris Tex by R H Moore a prominent cotton man The last outstanding bonds of the State were burned In the corrldera of the capitol at Jefferson City leaving Missouri free from debt George Boone the man who killed his wife 10 days ago In Owen county was sentenced to 21 years Imprison ment and has been taken to the pool tentiary Forty one Negro physicians were graduated from the medical department of the Walden University at Nashville Tennessee at Its recent commencement The belief that some other than John D Rockefeller Is the donor of that II 000000 to Barnard Collegers apparent ly based on the stationary price of ker osene Louisville Times The 120000 bond of Charles Kratz a fugitive former member of the St Louis House of Delegates Indicted on bribery charges which bad been declared for felted was collected by the sheriff At a meeting In Washington of the diplomatic representatives of the va tlous American republics It was an nounced that Mr Andrew Carnegie would give financial backing to any feasible plan for an Intercontinental railroad joining the three Americas The flood situation along the Missis slppl river Is constantly growing woree At Now Orleans the river Is very near the record mark and la slipping over the levee In spite of all efforts to keep It back At Memphis a stage of 33 feet Is expected by Sunday with a possibility that the river high er Thousands ot acres of land In Mis souri are Inundated and at Caruthers vllle there IB a serious break In the levee Rain Is still tailing In the South oz e MATRIMONIAL The death of Mrs Muudo Perry aged 14 ended a divorce at Knoxvllle Miss Axle Black of Richmond and I Hon J S Miller ot Barbourvllle I worn married Wednesday Vincent Poltnger a widower of 62 and Miss Lucy Gelgler 46 will bo I married the last week In April He I procured marriage license yesterday I D Pralgg Vanarsdall whoso engage ment to Muse Annie Hopple Hall of Frankfort was announced a few weeks since baa purchased the Dr Plummor I property at Uarrodsburg and Is fur nishing It ready for his bride They will be married in Frankfort about the middle of April J Walker Bailey and Miss Sadie Sandlfer were married at the Candler Hotel Somerset Journal The groom Is a native of this county and is the Q Si C agent at Norwood Ho is an ex client young man ant has friends hero who congratulate him on winning such a prize as his brldo la said to be J A Spoonamore and Mica Eva Mo Kechnle both of the Hubble section drove to Danville Tuesday and wt remarried by Eld H C Garrison Tho groom Is a substantial young farmer of good morals and full of energy while his bride who is a daughter of Mr Jas I McKechnle Is not only pretty anJ popular but a most charming young WOo man Many friends unite In wishing I them a long life filled to overflowing with happiness OTTEN HElM F L Davis had his dog killed as he seemed to be mad- J L Adam of Mercer bought two ulo colt of W L Chandler at 170 One time more we are reminded that Spring Is near by the croaking and hollowing of the swamp frogs The favorite fox hound of Richard Chandler was shot Tuesday night by some one and will probably die Garland James and family and Henry James and wife have all been 111 but we are glad to say they are Improving Wm Chandler says he has got a gen tie horse and we believe It as he called on us last Sunday riding wltboutI any bridle The prospects are good for a wed ding In this vicinity but we are not authorized to say who but expect wo can say by next writing Sam Delaney and wife have been vis Itlng relatives In this community tItS Nora Harris Is staying with Mr Skel ton Coleman and wife as one of the family CHURCH MATTERS Rev WA Schell will preach at Walnut Flat at 11 oclock Sunday morn Ing A Zion elder calls Kentucky the State of liquid fire and distilled damns tion An advance session of the Worlds Congress of Religions will be hold dur ing the week at Pelt Alto Cat Rev O M Hueva subject at the Baptist church Sunday morning Is Thoj Shalt Not Lie evening Char actor Building Quarterly meeting for Preachers vllle circuit will be held at Hebrou Saturday next Services at 1030 A M and at night Roy P J Ross will preside Wakeful Children For a long time the twoyearold child of P L McPherson 59 tt 10th St liar rbburg Pa 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 thai the child bad stomach trouble and gave her hall of ODOI of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets which quieted her stomach and ehe slept the whole night through Two box es of these Tablets have effected a perma nent cure and she is now well and strong For sale by Craig A Hocker 1 Judge R F Peak of Shelbyyllle and J P Rlpy and W J Spencer of Lawrenceburg have beet employed to asMst Commonwealths Attorney J R Allen In tho prosecution of tho 30 odd prominent men Indicted for alleged embezzlement In the conduct of the do funct Investment companies at Lexington PUBLICSALEI I will sell at auction at the Jennings placer Mllledgevllle on MllledgeTllle and Stanford pike on- WEDNESDAY MARCH 25 The following property t Three work mule 1 draft hone z cows t neuers 11 hoSt 20 hemp braked buckboard and harness now Deerlnlt Binder McCormick Mower and Rake Tiger Disc Harrow Plows Smoothing Harrow Corn Planters Etc Twohone wagon sad a lot of harness About 30 bar rell of corn lot of hay etc Terms made known oa day of sale O T TIM ERLAICE Mlllledgevllle Ky EAGLE BIRD Eacle Bird Is a handsome hone 18 hand high weighs 1200 IndlYlduallyhell a horse of grand and plenty of sub stance with a One disposition deep strong Iboulderlltout back very strong loin Itlflel and good bones lie 11 of lofty etyl e- goodappearancoand and very kind ne Is an foal getter and his get ure Invariably large and good colored liOnel and posse e In an eminent degree thoee qualities market demands In the saddle or hone Eagle Bird will I male e the season of 1903 at John Cooks eta ble at 110 WOODS BEOS ttJ JtilLJl 7 Iao ORRMD LEfiDEft GET IT TODAY It A COMPLETE Sofa Pillow Outfit Worth J 1 handsome Tinted Sofa Pillow including bnck mid ape dirtily written diagram lesson by n Japanese Export Needle worker Four skeins of Richardson Grand Prize Grecian Floss suitable for working Pillow One pair of good ser viceable Embroidery Hoops your Choice of DesignsRose Carnation or Violet By a special arrangement with tho manufacturer and with n view to giving our lady patrons the benefit of this unusual offer wo now have a limited number of those handsome outfits for sale You dont want to miss this bargain of bargains eo call at once THE GRAND LEADERM B LEVY CO Prors S B LEVYManapor DR PeW Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myors Houso Flats Go To George B Harris Crab OrchardF- or Bargains Fresh line of Groceries and received Highest marketOakt Inc prices for nutter Eggs Ac Olvo him a salt POSTED I We whose namespperlew forbid hunting trapping or trespkulog any way on our lands will l Frki ltJ the nil extent of the law noel guilty laI such Mike Ifiiter Mike Faahauner thew Drlesler and Christian Drlosler fc 8 PRICE DentistI Stanford Ky OtOOevar McRoberU Druf Store la the Otrdq UnlMlnt NEW LIVERY STABLES WIVi1tJ k sm Pron JUNCTION CITY KY FlrstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates- Special Attention to Traveling Men and lay For Sale 1 D Wearer Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New York the company In the worlc Assets 818710035 12 Surplus II regards Farm Casey Garrard an coin counties Phone 21 For Sale I will offer at private sale my property situated on the of Main on east aide ot College street In nustonvllle- Ky conslating of and livery stable and vacant lot This property ts well arranged for hotel or boarding hones and livery stable on lame a nice livery barn CI Jl1S and nil outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes va cant lot for private If desired water abundance Property Is well arranged for private residence an Is now rented for that want good paying In on or address I S Carpenter Ruston TlllP Ky Malioiiy Insurance fluent bolders- f943601369 properlvin Stanford Kentucky Hustonville Property Huatonville- call RB Insurance fljjent Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but the largo est and best companies rep resented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya cinths Narcissus on short notice Bedding and Vegetable Plants of all kinds In season Phone 3 JNO CHRIBTMAN Stanford wA = = Get Right Away Embroidery For 25 Cents CLEAN UP IAND BUY YorilSFLF SOME FINK mew Furtiture Carpets China and Japanese- Mattings Wall Paper indow Shades Picture Frames 2Jc- We are In a position to HIT JOtS monoyt nad ready to convince you of Uw facts Ohr HMS atfe brace BOMO of Ute best thing In the market Call and see u- sWITHERS FURNITURE COMPANY LAMP SALE A t Beginning March 2d we will close out our line of fine Parlor and Library Lamps at COST for CASH Now is your I chance to buy a nice a lamp ata wholesale price GEO H FARRIS A CO Stanford Ky ALL Sorts of pretty jewelry is the vogue Many nov i cities have been added Conic in and sco tho lot est in JewclryWatcllcs- Clocks and Silverware Absolutely no misrepre sentation W H MUELLERStanford 4 SSOESI350 buys a pair Eclipse Shoes Wo have I n full stock of the new Spring styles made from Put Colt Viei Kangaroo anti Box Calf just in In buying shoes you want style fit and wear These goods hive nIl Every pair Warranted No trouble to show so call and see our stock I W E PERKINS r u v 1 i Crab Orchard Ky 4- r 1 4- tt st LDANVILLEr KYA It I Spring Summer I 1 Dry Goods 1IIWe nrc now ready witfi the most complete and at 1tractive lino of goods for Ladies Wear that wo have ever been able to got together Wo have made ovary effort to secure tho vorylatost ideas and bost qualities in every line of Dry Goods Wo now have n resident buyer always on tho spot in New York City and expect to keep in oven olosor touch with tho market than over before We hope to soon have tho plensuro of showing you through our now stook ManTailored Suits About ICO as choice Suits as can bo seen anywhere All tfio now shapes in COlts and Skirts and new materials 11 buys a neatly made Suit of all wool Venetian Oloth with double capo coat silk lined Finer Suits of fino cloth London wInos Noiloe Ktaminos etc at every prioo from 15 to 818 Silk Shirt Waist Suits Wojaro probably tho only housojn Control Kentucky that will ehowjyou a line of thoio remarkably attractive I and practical Suite They tiro trade of Foulards Loulsinos Tlffeh and Pena do Solos in R grunt variety of styles and ranging in prioo from 61250 to 84JO Soc thoco biforo hav ing a dress nude Separate Skirts Allltho now thinnrtorinls are well represented in our now Seimrnto Skirts Mohairs Voiloe LontlonTwinos Eta mines one and pricot range from 85 to 6 Walking Skirts from 350 to 810 Silk Waists and Coats FSr White Silk Wnlete marie of ChinttSflks Creams and 1eftii de Solo in a number of very oxcallojtjt styles that on not welt bo duplicated at homo and tho j1rtcQiSS and fi are lose than you am make thorn Tho new Louis XIV Jonti de Soio OoaUjat 81260 to 826 v Dress Goods Mohairs will be very groatly in demand this season and wo have gathered together n groat line of thom in Blacks Navy and Creams at ovary price from a good sot vicoabjo 16inch Soillian at 10c yard up to tho very finest pure Mohairs at 8160 Tho fashionable thin wool materials such as Voiles Etaminos Twines etc we show in white creams bladks and all colors in many different qualities Dress and Waist Linens Linens certainly have the day in wash goods lino Wo are selling an immense amount of white and colored lines for shirt waists and skirts and full suits Wo have the proper kind for embroidering in white and colors Wo bo gin with a complete lino of colors in 80inch at 26o yard and from that on up to tho finest If you cnmttt como to see those then send for samples Wash Goods IThislino is too largo and varied to oven attempt to montionlall Wo have over 500 pieces now wash materials in ovory grade from lOc up to G- OoTrimming I Laces As you probably know there is a perfect craze for real and imitation Cluny Laces and Mexican and Spanish t Drawn Work for trimming silks and wash goods We are showing n counter full of imitations from 5o yard up to 80c Real handsome Cluny and Linen Laces from 40c yard to 8125 Real Cluny Medallions from 30c to SOc each Wo j cannot send samples of real laces 1 Y DANVILLE KY Q THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky MAlt 13 1903 In fllllnjr your prescriptions wo use prQportlonlnot do bettor It yon paid us double the price which lealwave reasonable Pen nye Druz Store PERSONALS J E RORTMAN was in Louisville thIs week Mn W W WITHERS la here from Cincinnati Nits Lou SHANKS wont to Louis vlllo Tuesday MR II D MOCLURE went to Louis rlllo yesterday I MR J K WILSON ot Casey paid us a call yesterday MRS J E HOLIIAN visited relative at Crab Orchard Miss MAMIE WRITE went to Louis vllle Wednesday MRS J II lUuaiWANli with rela tives In Louisville MRS PATTIB DRVE of Lebanon is with relatives bore COL D W TniniiLK of Richmond was hero this week MRS 0 D CARTER it with her par cote at Mltcbolliburjr MR A 0 SINE la working up a Mac cabee Tent at West Point ATTORNEY JOHN W BROWN of Mt Vernon was hero Tuesday MRS GARLAND SINGLETON IB In the city buying millinery goods DEN OARUIN of MontIcello waI with his brother Mark flardin Miss CAREY of KlnRtville Is with her sister Mrs Wallace Walter- S W BuiycE of Junction City III rejoicing over the arrival of a son MR J E TUDOR of Madison was with his brother Mr D B Tudor MR JOUN P JONES went to Cincin natl Wednesday to buy more goods NEWS comes from Klngevlllo tint Mrs W L McCarty is seriously Ill Mn JOHN A MCKOIIEKTS of Lat anon Junction was hero Wednesday MISS JULIA HIQOINS of Richmond was the guest o Mrs George D Hop per MISSES MATTIB PAXTON and VlrRln la Bourne are In Loulavlllo to eee Ben Our MR T Q SMILBV of Lexington was hero Wednesday looking for good horses MRS SALLIE MORELAND of Loxlnc ton Is with her daughter MM W C Snankf Miss DOLLIE McttOJiEHTS loaves to day for Quntlngton W Varto visit friendMESSRS A C HIATT and Brent Me Clary of Brodbead went to Louisville yesterdayMRS MCALISFBR and daught er Miss Molllo of Mornland are visit Ing at Midway Mn AND MRS J S RICE and Mrs T A Rice went to Louisville Tuesday to secBon fur MRS A C ROBINsoN of Garrard Is spending a tow days with her daught er Mrs J B Paxton MRS JAMES P BAILEY left yeller day to visit her daughter Mrs II D Gregory at Covlnglon Miss LUCILLE CoolEit left yester day to enter the noted oral school a- Mt Airy Philadelphia MRS JAMES HILTON returned from Livingston Tuesday whore who has been visiting her ton and other rela lives MR C C Goo u of Wayncsburg was hero Wednesday and took with him a lot of printing this otllco had done for him MR C B OWENS has secured tho position of foreman of the freight yards at Somerset a lucrative and re sponsible job MRS J F HOLDAM and Misses Annie Bronaugh and Byrt James of Crab Orchard wore on yesterdays train bound for Louisville MR H C KINO who bas been with The Democrat for several months as as sistant foreman loft last night for Plttsburg Pa Dr Carl Wheeler has returned from a visit to Hustonvlllo = Lex Democrat Miss RIND PETTUS of Garrard 1 has been a visitor at the Pettus reel WilliPettulofday to visit her mother and other rela tives Somerset Journal LOCALS Eons wanted at 15o per dozen A B Florence Loot at the readymade skirts and waists Severance Sons I Go with the crowd to Hustonvlllo to I I ParkhLINEceived Stop and look at them and get prices A B Florence WANTED a good farm hand who Ia not afraid of work Have a good homo for him M S Baughman SEATS for What Became of Parker are 00 talo at C W Adams dru store Huttonvllle Phone him for yours I MR G T TIMUERLAKE will havo a sale of stock crops etc at the Jen I nlnga farm near Mllledgevllle on the 25th See ad Let Frank Adklns fix your umbrella I BISECOND crop of Irish potatoes for seed John Chrlsman 2t STORE nearour mill for rent cheap J H Baughman Co 3t T SEE tho Black Whho and Persian Appliques at Severance Sons CARSON PENCE have just received a carload of the latest style Columbus buggies FOR the next 30 days you can buy a Sowing Machine of A B Florence on the Installment plan Go to J T Jones DepotStreet for Stoves Tin and Ironware Pumps Gut tori Roofing and Mill supplies GRAPE posts wire fence posts poste and ratlin posts Shingles box Ing fencing and framing for sale by H J McRoborts Tim little child ofRedFarley of Livingston died Wednesday night and Undertaker J C McClary shipped a collln up for it yesterday I I MurIpbvacated by Ed Wilkinson between March 15 and April let 3t THERE will be a social at the Baptist parsonage this evening to which all are invited It will be given by the young men of the Baptist church and an enjoyable evening is expected DUNLAP the hat man began busi ness with 12000 half of which ho used In advertising In view of his i success it would not bo bard to say whIchwas tho bettor half of his capI- tal I I Mns BROWN has returned from Cin cinnati with a selection of highclass millinery Opening will bo announced later Watch for It Miss Lamereon i of Cincinnati will havo charge of trim minI room tf A CHANGE of I effecting the day passengers Noa 23 and 21 will be made In a few days probably Sunday The train from Louisville will arrive here about 1230 1 M and the moun tain train about 120 p M I ELMOREMr James C Elmore and wife came down from Jelllco yesterday with the body of their twoyear old son Edward who died Wednesday of pneu monla and burled It In Buffalo Ceme tory This was the sixth child Mr El more has buried In a dozen years CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS advertised to be sold at 2 Ii Tuesday did not change hands There were no bidders present and the sale was declared off for a time Several of tho gentlemen Interested in the grand old Summer re sort were not well enough to attend the sale I JAMES PARKER who caught Czol gotzs hand when he shot President M KInley is coming to Stanford Ho will lecture on How I tried to Save the President at the colored Chris tiara church In Maxvllle on Friday eve ning March 20 Half of the proceeds from the lecture will go to the public school PLANING MILLJohn A McRob orts of Lebanon Junction sold to M M Sweeney of Washington county four acres of land In the eastern por tion of Stanford for 1500 It is under stood that Mr Sweeney will put up a big planing mill on the ground Such an enterprise would do well hero and lour people should lend Mr Sweeney a helping hand In his splendid move IT is now unlverrallyrealized that grippe Is contagious Many persons are still disposed to treat It lightly Their boedlessness ia liable to spread a mil ady which too often develops Into pneu monla whose fatality this winter Is un precedented A physician says that grippe sufferers should neither re celvo nor pay visits and to what over degree they are able to detach them selves from the rest of tho community they should remain detached until their intluenza symptoms have disappeared Unfortunately a large portion of rho American people can not hollow each advice Those who can are inexcusable for falling to take tt THE ConcernCoeentertain mental Waltons Opera House Wed nesnay evening was hardly up to the expectations but the company did not arrive In town unit0 oclock and con sequently laboredundor some disadvantages Messrs W H Woaren Jas F Cummins CETatoJ O McCla ry and James T Jones acting for the Knights of Pythias who played the Pltmans realizing that it would be a tedious wait for tho audience arranged a pleasing program which was complet ed about tho time the 1C C arrived with the concert company It consisted of home talent but was enjoyed nono the less because of It Miss Myr erg accompaolIment Mr O E Cox on the violin while Miss Maude PerrIn delighted the audience with a dozen or so numbers on her fathers soophone SHOES T It pay to buy GOOD SHOES They cost some more than cbcnp ones but GOOD 8IIOES wear well look well and are qualltlcsWeassortment The following brands recommend our shoe do partmcnt as nothing else can do For Men and Boys Hanan Sons IP L Douglas Brown Shoe Cor Buell Sons Marcy Bros Excelsior Shoe C- oFor Women l8l Misses Queen Qusllly Krohn Fcchheimer Co and IToIfo Bros For children Star Shoe Co LET US SHOE YOU Cummins a McClary p SPRING GOODS ass6 Coming in almost every day Ladies Shoes and Slippers Mens Shoes Shirts and Hats have arrived Look at the STYLESand let ns price them to you Vcare here to show them assess Terms Cash HJMRoberts Qmo an Sae The Now GDD S a maee e- Tllcarc right in style and right in price Handsome Silks Fine Etamines New Mohairs Fine Broadcloths Imported White and Fancy Oxfords Silk Ginghams Large Pearl Buttons New Neckwear Kid Gloves Embroidery and Lace Medallions Wrist Bags Combs and Hair Pins We are showing u big lino of Ging hams at 15c and the patterns are choice Lot of Percales 1012 12C go at 7 l2c Lot Zephyr Ginghams usually sold at 13c our price 7 l2c SEVERANCE SON In1NHE Strawberry Plants For Sale II I have the following kinds of strawberry plants now ready to sot outs lrolllle Glen Mary Duback Johnwons Ear SamploOIIdeKanland Cumberland Gandy Parkor Earl at 40o per 100 as long as thoy last J L JOHNSON Kingiville Ky RDA JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky StanII + y LOOK At things everywhere but come to me when you want to buy Groceries because I Intend to give the great est values possible All my goods are selected with great care I also look at many things but purchase nothing that does not como up to my standard and thoso who havo long favored me with their trade know my standard Is high Indeed When inlcoSeverance My storeroom FOR Will RENTI 1 PeP MYHAND Veterinary Surgton Stanford Ky Office at J R Headers Livery Stable t c 00000 Y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Bnttred n the pottoffice at Stanford ai Ifondclan matter bUllhd ad endrdvaA- T SI PER YEAR CASH IrWhen not sopsldaaOO will btcturgsd II 1KNOXVillE DIVISION 41262pm U46sm 12U 230am am THE Joseph Price Infirmary is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for eon thall be cashsultatlon Board and nursing Jo advance weekly and monthly Profes tlonal billa Sue when services are rendered and must paid promptly t Giboney Jeffrie1 I Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Ky1 Drummers Rigs a specialty High Orade Horses and Mules bought sold Ileed horses receive personal A M BOURNE I Lancaster Ky Offers his services ai zs xAviotoineer to the people of Lincoln County He will please both in work and price Write to him TraylorS icet nEulRS I WMsku Brandu Wines B6f Etc Oarpenter Houle STANFORD KY OIOlelto attention Nothing but the bes to PromptanJrte cr teleiIapb OlJers recelve tronrtstttntlon CB81 LeXInGTOn D8ffiOlRltt Is the only daily Democratic ipnper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year U 1 especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all tLe news without fear or favor WI PI Walton Editor 5 Pror Lexington Ky AI AI tWlL rftlEDWRDsI BLACKDRAUGHTTHE LIVER MEDICINE ay 11 sallow compllxion dizziness bihousneu nnd a coated tongue are common indications and kidney diseases Stomach and bowel troubles severe as they arc giro immediate warning by pain liver and kidney troubles though less painful at tho st4rtnr lnucn harder to cure Thcdfords BlackDraught never fails to benc iivcr and weakened kid neys It stirs up the liver to throw off the germs of fever and It is a certain preventive of cholera and Urights the kldneYI With kidncS reinforced Thedords lJIack Draught thousands ofpersons havo immune in the midst of yel low fever Many families live in otherlootorDraught It is always on hand for use in an and sues many expensive calls of a doctor Mullini S c March 10 1901 1 gotohave used Thedfordi BlsckDraueht I It Is the best tmdlcinc for me that Is kidneytroubleseomp lalnt Rev A 0 LEWIS 4 1 OlUa J A K HAIR BALSAM TlttMW and bnotifiu tot romotti a Inurlmnt powtn f10IcAte and twu Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everr blng first class Porters meet all trains 69 To the Coal Consumer I navlnr bought out Illgglns 81ms the coal dealers we are now to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country the 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 We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for four money received at coal house phone ll or lloonos livery stable No 884 Boone Dunavezxt STfUPOIlD KY J+ G+ 1c JJA Y UNDERTAKER ElIBALMER And Dealear In SAENESSSADDLEBY 80 Stanford Ky J L Beazley CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmers AUO ULX1S 1 FnrnltureMattinjsIlngig They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY IF YOU Contemplate travel North or South Eaet or West write ua for rates and printed matter Wo cm give you all the Information you want Queen Crescent Route ii the Shortest Route to New Orleans Jacksonville Atlanta Knoxville ShreVfportBirmingham rect line to Cuba and Forto Rico S T SWIFT P laT A Lexington W 0 KINEARSOV Q F A Cincinnati T 0 Corns D F A Chattanooga NOBTHBOOND Leave Moreland 112 p m Leavo Junction City 462 amIt I 120 pm 600 a m BoDinnocND Leave Moreland 1150 p m I 1127 a m I Junction City 1145 am 1117 a m 805 p m DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder Also Rheumatism Back vel Dropsy Female Troubles Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary Ir fennel lie has pcnt a time curing aucfe cues as you rs All consultation Free not cot out of bed without help The use of Dr Fcnner Kidney and Backache Cure ro storcd inc G WAGONER Knobsvllle Pa Druggists COc IL Ask for Cook Book Free STVITUSDANC S CURE painsI I2tFenner jD- J r Hydrophobia Cure Col R U J BrecVlnrldRO clvci tho following as a luro cure for hydrophobia Some years ago I cut out of a dally paper the following prevention of by drophobla and only a few days after I was bitten by a dOll on the street sup posed to hayo been mad I at oaco prepared and used It and never felt any evil effects from It Since then I bnvo had it published repeatedly and had many to use It with rood results It ia known as the Goodman Remedy and was printed In the Country Geutleman of Philadelphia and reads as follows The tlmo between the bltlnjr of Bn animal by a mad dolt and sbowlnlllilloi of hydrophobia Ii not less than nine days but may be nine month Aftel tbo animal has become rabid a Icratcb of the tooth upon a person or a elobber coming ID contact with a sore or raw place will produce hydrophobia Juit as loon as If bitten by mad dOll Ilydi phobia can be prevented and I wl1 Ilve what la well known as an Inalll bfe remedy for man or bcarit If properly administered A dose for horse or cdw should bo four times M much as for a person It Is not too late to give iho medicine any lme before tbo spasms como on The dose for a person U ono and oneball ounces o elecampane root bruised put In a pint of new milk reduced onehalf by boll IDR take all at once la the tnornln g sating till the afternoon or at least a ery light diet till after several bours bave elapsed The second jdoso samo as first except take two ounces of tbe root Third eamo as second To be ikon every other day Three dOlel aro all that Ii needed and there Deed be no fear as I know from my own experience and know of a number of cal e s where U w entirely luccessfu Tbls Is no guess work the persons ale ided to have been bitten by their own dOls which were then tied to leo If hey were really mad and they proved tbe so and the remedy was cffectua A physician told mo that be had know o Us use for over 50 years and never kDew it to fall where properly at itnlstered Ho related a case whei a number of cows were bitten and pei ned half In one pen and half In anotl or to half were given the remedy and wero saved the other half all dyln rom the dreadful hydrophobia Letter From A Good Subscribe fn remitting for bis paper to Jan 15 1005 Mr Charles D Docker of Gull rdi Mo writes Wo have bad a reasonably pleasant winter In Northwest Missouri OoIcept a few days in February which were very cold so much so as to kill tbe peacb crop of this part of the State Every thing la booming In this seclloc peclally land mules and good horses A good deal of land has changed band In our county this last fall and winter at from 833 to tlOO per acre No Qrst clau land with fair Improvements can- be had for less than GO to 175 per acre GoOd heavy mules sell readily at from 3i5 to 1400 per span Good horses tf I grades are high In fact almost B1- Iklodl of stock are eelllne well except fat cattle They are beginning to lookup some Wo are having quite a stampede from thls part of Missouri to the cheap land o Canada Some to homestead otbcr ying I dont think that I would- like to homestead land In Canada rom- tbe fact that I am satisfied that the- oatb of allegiance would be a very un palntable pill for a thoroughbred to- Ilwal1ow However I have some Idea o a trip up through that coun try tbla summer or fall My oldest SOn starts for that country In a few dan- Ho went up last fall and bought a lec- tlon of land that cost him 87 per acre- Bo thinks It Is as Rood land as we are elllol at 65 to 870 Ho Is calculating to buy two moro sections when be get tbereWell I will say no moro on that lub- ject now but when I como back rom my trip will writo you my Ideas as leet thlog of that country My regards tc all relatives and friends in Kentucky Respectfully C D DOCKER TOE PRESIDENTS AUINETNot- one man In a dozen can tell offham who compote Mr Roosevelts cabinet If you dont want to show your Igno- ce paste this In your bataSecretary of 8ta eJobn Hay o- Oblo Secretary of Treasury Leslie M- Shawo Iowa- Secretarv of War Ellbu Root of- New York ittorney General Phil C Knox of Penaylvanla ostmaster General Hy C Payne 01 Wisconsin ecretary of Navy William B- Moody of Massachusetts Secretary of Interior Ethan A- BitcbclCk of Missouri ecretary of Agriculture Jas Wll eOD of Iowa- ecretary of Commerce George D- Cortelyou of New York 1 a Working Overtime Eight hour laws are Ignored by those tirelt8l1ttle workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Jlllions aro always at work- night and day curing Indigestion Bil lousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25c For sale by all druggists 118 F illItl t1 PfJfucc rcc i7- d 1 SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured By One Bottle Of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Whon I had an attack of grip last winter the second one I actually cured mytelf with ono bottle of Chamborlalns Cbugh Kemedy says Frank W Perry editor of the Enterprise Shortsvlllo N Y This is the honest truth I at times kept from coughing myself to pieces byI taking a teaspoonfnl of thus remedy IIDII when the coughing spell would come on at night I would take a doso and it stom cd that in the brlejcft interval the cough would pars off and I would go to Ileep perfectly free from cough and its accom panying pains To say that the romedy acted as a most agreeable emprise Is put ting It mildly I had no Idea that it wo uldI or could knock out the grip simply cause I had never tried it for such a nur pose but it did and it seemed with the second attack of coughing the remedy caused it to not only bo of less duration but the pains were far less sovcto and I had not used the contents of ono boUle before Jfr Grip bid mo adieu For saio by Oralg A Hockcr PERFUME OF VIOLETS BETRAYED A- TlIlEFMles Alice Robert of Rl- lond Va wears a blue veil and pic uro bat atd adores violets In ber hnd satchel when she went to walk Saturday evening wore several bank ioea Including oao 82 and five 81 bills Tho money the satchel and tolls Hob iru wero agreeably porfumtd A Negro accosted her grasped bel lands and wrenched the satchel aw- Xt the police station a Delightful leont of violets floated up to tbo desk alool with her She told of a little purplo heart of crushed and condensed vlolots In the satchel With this scent a- ilue a two detectives took urftho trall Tbey learned that William Burk a bl5 fegro and bad bad just squandered a 12 bill In tbo Klondyke saloon Th- ccognUcd the violet scent as soon al tbe bartender opened the drawer On the evidence of tbo odor tbo police udge sent Burk to jail for six montl Philadelphia North American I Gen Simon Deliver Buckner told a eporter the other day that tht mQet ffoctlvo speech he made during tbo ampalgn of 1806 was in Mlsiou rhcre bo was on a speaking tour from tbo rear of a train A tin horn brillado rowned bis words and he finally eat own lit bis cob pipe and smoked out bls 20 minutes So far as getting votel for the decoypicket bo was on It wal certainly as effective as any thing be could havo said and It would have been durlInlo cavorting over the country whoo ig up votes for MoKlnley Had be doDo so he might now bo tbo idol of democracy Instead of being the object of Its execrations Lexington Demo cra Tragedy Averted Just In the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Jrs Watklnsot Plus ant City Ohio Pnnomoyla had plaed sad havoc with him and a terrible cough had set in besides Doctors treated bim but lie grow wOlfe every day At length wetrieli Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was laud He Is now sound and well Evtrybot ocght to know its the only sure cure for- CODKb colds and all lung diseases GuarI iteed b all druggists Price 60c and U- Trial bottles free Hemp Seed For Sale 1 A limited amount of strictly nice clean cultivated Hemp seed of late Importation for lale For and terms addrcos DANK HUDSON Lancaster Ky NOTICE I It you think of building or repairing we- can save you on your material All- kinds of heavy or light framing length beveled poplar siding floor hardwood celllngsl castogti hose or cornlca boards veranda posts and brackets bored and turned I stairway neweUt plasterers lathes white oAk fencing black gum o or chestnut boxing Write for prices IIUMIUIIEV IIR09 Hartwell Ky H C RIIPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY GoO Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call TREASURY DEPARTMENT riccorCOMirnoLLERor TilE Cnnnmor Washington D 0 March 3 1803 ViiiRUg br satisfactory evidence pre- lented to the undersigned hat boon made to appear that The National Dank of lIus- toov1ll0 located In the town of Ilnstonvllle In the count of Lincoln nnd State of Kentucky has compl1ec with all the provlslona- of the Act of Congress to enable NAtional Uanklng Associations to extend their cor ale existence and for other purposes approved July 12th 18SZ lUdselvComptrollercntlCy that The of lIulton- vlllelocated In tbo town of IInatonvllle In- tho County of Lincoln anc State of lCen- tucley Is authorized to have succession for the period specified In Its amended articles of association namely until close of business on March 3 1073 In testimony whereof witness band- and seal of olllco this third day of March 1003 lEAL WM B KIDQELY No 2017 Comptroller of the Currency I I The New York store Remember the Sale is Still Going On Come early L1 get fye Best I Calicoes Bleached Cotton and Unbleached Cotton at l c n yard Clothing Goc to the dollar Remember the place and call in when you will The New York Store INoxt Door to Lincoln County National BonklI J D Iaxton J D Owstey f B II Shanks W O Walker W Biliousness Makc Chronic Invalids When the tlvtr Is torpid and to do Ita wort the bile eater ths blood a a nralrat poison ben fcaxx constipation bUloutar sick beuUebt fsvera A and maUrU Tbe 007 treatment tint gtvn the Uvcr just tho ng hi touch and suns Natures In the rlgti taaaat- ruONXLIYER PILLS ANDTONIG PELLETS The pD touches tbetlver and lb pellets ton the spunv 29 dotM Jot 3V dsv cost eau and tin le s your CAM Is vicoedtogtr bid you v will bo wtU before you ftaub them Sample ttve Forasleat all dtaltrt FOR SALE BY W D MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STOKE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITJU STOCK WSOOOO Directors Ooo Carter falls work Bueee poni to The Farmers Rank Trust Company and under same management continuously for 18 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will provo mutually beneflolal First NationalOf Stanford Ky BankCapital StocKi 50000 This Institution wal orlglnallyestAblllbtd as the Deposit Dank of In IBM then reorganised as the National Rank of Stanford In UM and again recrganlted as the First National llaik of In 1112 having had practically an nnlnisp ruptod exhtenqo for 41 rears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than over before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited I Spring 1903 Blue Grass Nurer los I Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vine Small FrulU Rhubarb nd gardenIquest Both phone II F H1LLENMKVEH BON- tLexlngton ICyI GAMBRUNO 78J2 Record 2 29 H SIIe of Miegle Bauchnun IJ s jo Gmroie h a also of the hi setlng hone tati by 1 U Stewart fot 5000 Jan 190 Sired by Gambetta Wllkcs 219 14 Sirs of Gulnett O Weeo1 Wilkes to 14 Ultlt Urins jj4 Gambrtl ne it Eyslc f 110 14 Jmma Ollul1 nl I c I dam DelilAh dam of Clsm Jenci C- ubAdministrator 11 117 iidam M ry Elmors dam o- fa v land aSi by M bnin llaisr SLt Vav d1ntyDrown Illet Uambrano Is brown I jj handf Kpltndld CoaunJ action and will make thl season el io at ay arm on the Lancasttr pike 4 miles from nanVlll- eAt 915 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt Is loaledi- batnbrano has two In the list snd will product hlfth ityle and bleh actlne trailers so much soughtafter by dealers he having proved Ms own raclnz qualllles as- a t yearold driving Sparks In third heat In jaCumlshtJ tajoper month I will also stand fintcUtsnul lack oil sa to In surs a llvlnc bit Not resronilble for accldmti S BAUGHMAN- Phoas stss Danvlll Ky ofui r Mo rKU Officers 8 II SHANKS President J II OWSLEV Cashier w M nittatiTAsst Officers 3 B nOOKfin Prest J J McnOIIBUTU Chr W 11 WEAKEN nkpr Directors F ReM Danville 8 T Harris Hltnford J B Hooker Stanford W P Walton LetlnetonK LITDnner M D Rlmore Stanford lIaufthmanltanforcT nubbloJW P Tate Stanford Dorsey Golddust 12052 ull hrother to Ftoa ll1n Sired by byVermontdamFlorencoOoffs Morgan descending from Jurtln Mor gan uiitklrg an Intensely Inbred Mor horstsknownproyenthequalItles presentaeason IIYingmaro parted wltb QUASI 2127 In French Coach liars Stud Hook of rIDcolselIavu ftfltprbeItIarls France In l OTDS competing with CO stallions and unbeaten In America Color laIDdsMrhbunchylookingform with unusual step and action Will make the present season at mr farm near Stanfoid at liD the season Money duo IIvlnlcoltparted with Mares kept at 50c per week on grass The reluonllbllItytor