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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 4 I f as SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 17 1903 9AM N05IMIDDLEBURG V Jason Wciloy went to Somonet last Tuesday F B Luca li getting out a tine lot of staves and heading for Sharp S Co Mlt Anna Godbey has gone to Bethel Ridge to remain uotll about April 1 George Lucas it looking very luiulc loui There may bo a few excursion trips to Tenoeiteo In tbo Spring Dr Wesley hat been kept buy for everal days vaccinating citizen of this community Four now cares of smallpox are reported at Ml Salem Mr Bottle A Frederick died Monday The funeral was preached by Rev J B Ferrell attbe Baptlit church Tuesday afternoon Interment tookI place at the cemetery on the bill Sbe leavet four boys and one girl For several days Mill MIDa Swope of North Mlodleburg hat been chanting Absence Makestbo Bears Grow Fonder We dont know whether It It the absence of her rival or not that makes the heart grow fonder Would like for her to explain In a letter to his brother Albert Keeney states that bo left the hospital on the Oth after a third operation lie hat been In a very critical condition but will BO to work soon for the Call fornla Wine Atioclatlon VO are lid 1 to know Ab It out rgalo Undo Jim Wheeler of North Mid dtoburp and Mrs Baitlo went to Lib flrty Wednesday and wore mtrrlcd The groom It about 8ft and the bride It probably 46 We see wherein Uncle Jimmy It wise to select a partner to cheer him through tbo eyenlng of life and bold hit trembling band at bepatt en down the rugged hill of time Much Joy The writer patted through the noted old town of Yosemite Tuesday All that now remains of the once hustling terminus of the 00 P railroad are a few 1 good dwellings three stores a score or more of dilapidated buildings a part of tbe old bridge several pools of water and an Immense number of frogs Drea ry would be the time were It not for these volcet from the pool which make the night melodious with their tbrill muilo and continual hurrahs for Bob Brecklnrldge Yosemite rote flonrlthed and waned and now on what was once the crowded business square may be teen growing black eyed peat potatoes and other garden products In their season But kind reader bear In mind that among her citizens may be found a number of loyal bravo and true democrat Notably among them are the over Jovial J D MoWborter and son W K Uncle Bill Tom Royalty Jacob Dorn J K Coffey General Sweeney and other What made your note 10 red ask ed the woman In toe wayside cottage Cocktail mum responded Rum my Robinson And you have the race to admit that you drlok1I Ob no mum You tee I was rid In in a car dat was tilled wit chicken coops en a rooster tall scratched me note while I slept Another of the poverty stricken old women who have been telling pa pert In tbo City Bali Park New York Mrs Bertha Kraft It dead In her rooms were found bank book showing 10000 ou deposit ONE STEP MORE Will be fatal to Ute sleepwalker be draw back or final fatal tepl A at people are peril like the sleepwalker are diseased The progrcsing day by day The time comet when one more step tewaifrom health it fatal The man has from Indl gcstlon or gastric trouble- goes I some night to a I dinner and returns home to find he has taken that last step from health which cut never be tak backTo the cure of indigestion or some other form stomach trouble it dangerous It la also inexcusable Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery curet diseases of tile and other of digestion and nutrition It the blood stimulates the liver cures biliousness and eliminates bilious poisons from the system The t would like toalreyour Golden Medical DUcoTtry I cannot utter la pmwrltor li M Mtfflla Bt Hunt ingdon P lw i taken I with what our pbIlaD Mid WU Indsgeetlon- I doctored with the around ben and 1000nd- GO reller I rote and advised etyIate Dr Fierce Golden Wtdlct tookoppedrebetagtcured od r baeieno pthsms of now haveconliconfidence In Ita cores ourself to be switched oft to a medicine- claimed to be otutt as good but you did not aSk for and which you- know nothing You can the Peoples Common- SenM Medial peg pa pet covers Jett by sending zt cnaeceat to Py expense of r L Address Dr V Buffalo N Y Rt KINGSVILLE I Our merchants are Improving the sidewalks or hall they are think I tog about It Since tatoolog has become a fad we want an export tattooer to make an ap Mr1WUlIBoono county Tuesday Dr B F Walter of Lancaster It IofSunday to Oil his appointment at the Christian church Rev Davidson fill ed his appointment at tbo Baptist church Sunday morning and evening Mn Maggie Pohl of Stanford was the recent guest of her mother Mn Love Misses Lena and Dora Rlgney were the guettt of Waynetburg rota tlvct last week Miss Annie Gooch of Waynesburg was hero Saturday Mr D M Crelebton who reached the 70ib anniversary of his birth on Monday Dlb says two Important events trandplrcd In the year of 1824 his own birth and La Fayette visit to Lexlng ton which he considers quite a coinci deuce Mr Dr C M Thompson will so to tbe city today where she goes to learn millinery Mrs 1will open a fine line of mllllocry liter on and It com pelltor to Mrt C G Baker Mrs Ba ker will aleo have at usual and attract bye line of millinery Our constable W M Murphy who was cut by Alvlda Floyd while attemo ting to make on arrest last Saturday Is suffering from his palnfnl Injury which If not dangerous however Tbe trouble first arose over a charge of Im peacbment during Squire Smiths court which was held Saturday Master Lawrence Willlami visited hit mother Mrs Algy Bill at Ku bank last week Mack Willlami night operator of Oakdale Tenn reo turned to his home here and has since been very tick Dr C M Thompson hat hit hands full with all hit patients and Dr J W Acton being absent be It kept buy stay and night SUPIH M Waite was here to tee about putting In the now twitch for the taw mlli of Hodges Sc Campbell which will soon be In operation Mr Campbell and his machinist Mr Evans came down from Lexington Monday The new mill It certainly a very tine thing for tbe community The new firm buys any and all kinds ot timber at good price and pays cash Mrs Phillips returned to Frankfort Tuesday after a visit to friends here Milt Elllo Carey one of Klngivlllet brightest and prettiest young ladles le- the guest of her titter Mrs Wallace Walter In Stanford Mr Emma Cbovolette has been 111 with grip but It now bettor Little Mitt Ida Davidson who has been a sufferer for tome weeks with typhoid It convalescent Dan Better It quite tick Hon M F North was bore lat week Mr and Mrt Rice little boy aged seven year died of dlptherla near here Monday and the remains will betaken to Carlisle to day for Interment Mr acd Mr Alllion of Carlisle the former an uncle of the dead boy arrlv ed here Tuesday Robin Rlgney has Accepted a lucrative position at lumber inspector at Monticello and will wove his family to Wayne county fie la a good man and has a good family and we commend them to the good people of Wayne movingiand removed Wm Truitv has moved to the Pleasant Point section Sebai tlan Chevoletto and family to their home place again The house vacated by the latter will be occupied by Perry Bryant and family who have moved back from Burntlde Chat Trusty hat moved to Klngtvlllo and various other changes and removal are taking place Mitt Dora Rlgnoy entertained a party of her little friends Friday evening all bad a delightful time Mr and Mrs W R Cundlft went to Lexington Tuesday to vltlt her parents Mr and Wa Wright Mr Cundlff hut been the popular and efficient eta Lion agent at this place for the past three year but his business Interests In Somerset require bit closer anon lion and he hat decided to give up lor- a time his position here and has scoured a threemonths leave of absence Mr Cundlff and his clever and popular wife will make their bomo In Somer set much to the regret of their numerous friends here They will be greatly misted and we dislike to lose them John Howe who has been bight opera tor hero for several year It Mr Cue dlfft successor and we are certain that he will prove a successful one Re lea model young man and hat an excellent standing the olllclals which his merits have won Della Gooch Waynesburg IB the present night op1 orator here J Everett Crolghton the popular young telegraph operator formerly of this road Is now located at Ft Scott Kansas where ho has his old telegraph friends maybe glad to learn a good position In the dispatchers of fice u NEWS NOTESINiagara is worth 1000000000 aa a source of electrical power Thirteen couples were divorced durI IndI In the country Thomas Ford a well known citizen 65II the peo plo less than II per capita per annum ColoIin Mississippi Prompted by jealousy Mr Mildred Sharpe shot and killed her husband at Kansas City- Twenty one Cornell student have I died of typhoid fever during tbo pres out epidemic Richard S Charles for half a centu ry treasurer of the Illinois Central it dead at New Orleans Will Ferguson wife and baby were drowned In the back water of Hytop creek near Gadidcn Ala The Very Rev Granvllle Bradley Dean of the Order of the Bath and lately Dean of Westminster It dead Tbe town of Morehead hat been advanced from the sixth to tbo fifth class B S Wll onwtll bo Its first mayor J M Taylor formerly of Winchester and a cousin of Zitcbary Taylor was fatally shot by a Negro In Arkan tat A Missouri Judge has refused to leo tense two women prisoners because tbe Jill bas no apartment suitable for ladle Joe D Power a young white man tried to exterminate a whole family near New Market Ala He wounded five persons 4 Tbe court of appeal aQlrmed the death sentence Imposed In the sate of John Black colored In the Jefferson circuit court By the UfO of an Invention of a young Southerner a number of young children who have been deaf from birth were enabled to bear New York and Canadian capitalist are trying to buy the State penitentiary at Havana tbo Idea being to turn It Into a milliondollar hotel Foreign capitalists are preparing to j spend 11000000 developing Tennessee copper workings The mine will be opened along the Jelllco river Clyde Keller a guard snot and killed Ed Weaver a mallpox patient who was trying to escape from duress at Ruddel Mill Bourbon county Justus Goebel the brother of the late Gov Goebel tried to kill a ranch employe in Arizona Ho was found guilty of assault and lined the cote Citizens and officers of Saltda Col are searching the country for two smooth swindlers who worked the banks there for 13300 on forged checks Great mattmcetlngt at Manchester Dundee Birmingham and Liverpool were addressed by Irish member of Parliament who discussed the land act Coal oil will have to take another rite Safe blowers In Atlanta cracked the safe of the Standard Oil Companys ottlce and secured 1500 in money and 12000 In checks There was a general fight at Ashland between nonunion steelworkers and sympathizers with the strikers SOy eral shot were dree but no one sue tamed erlouleJury- Moxlcao bandits held up and robbed- a stage coach In Arizona killed the driver and six passengers Including two prominent Mexican women and a wealthy ranch owner and then rifled tbe bodies Owing to the protest of ministers In Lexington the contracts of all the men wbo had been engaged to play on the Lexington team of the Sunday Baseball League have been canceled and tbe club disbanded A Knoxville special say that Sam uel Spencer le to relinquish the presl dency ot the Southern Railway on April 15 Ho will be succeeded by W W Flnley at present second vice president of the road says the Journal and Tribune Western Kentucky operators and minors failed to reach an agreement on the wige scale at the Paducah conven lOll and adjourned to meet March 24 In Louisville Unless the demand for byAprilwork Grip Remedies In Great Demand When colds and grip aro prevalent the quickest and surest remedies are in great demand Mr Joseph D Illlliamt of McDuff Va says he was cured of a very deepandlastingattackof la grippe busing Chamberlains Cough Remedy after trying seytral other preparations with no effect For Bale by Craig Hocker Buffalo Bill has written to President DOI9 from sheep 1 If Its a bilious attack take Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tabeta ndaquick recovery Is certain For sale by Craig it Hocker I COUNTIESIHenry Johnson a well to do Marlon deadIbeen appointed succeed relllnedI Co of county was Incorporated at Frankfort with 12000 capital Samuel TIndle an aged farmer of Spencer county died in a doctors chair suet after having had a boll lanced An Eastern arm welch has been drilling for water at Lancaster for several months has abandoned the task after going 000 feet A new oil strike In the Whitley county field Is creating a great deal of excl oaeo The Woodland 011 and Mineral Company drilled In a well near Woodbine that came In at a depth of 0 producerRov tried beforo a Jury In the Mercer county court to ascertain whether bo has been restored to his proper mind The jury decided that be has not The cao was tried at the defendants request in order that he might get control of hit property The longevity of the Young family of this county la worthy of mention The names of the brothers and titters and their ages are given below Mrs Tbenla McFaddeo 84 Richard Young 81 P L young 70 John F Young 76 Josiah Young 74 Smith Young 72 Mrs Louisa McDaniel 70 The com blned ages of these brothers and ale ters Is 530 years London Democrat The 23th anniversary of the wedding of Dr S P Grant and wife was celebrated by a handsome dining at which were gathered their Garrard and Boyle county relations To their gratifica tion Dr Al Price Mrs Grants brother who has been seriously HI for eo many months was able to come over from Lancaster and with him all of her family circle were present upon the happy occasion which would have been clouded by his enforced absence Dr Grant and hIs wife were recipients of some very handsome presents and heres wishing them many happy returns of the day Danville News LANDSTOCK ETC I T W Kinney told to John A Wood 16 ghost for 1104 A P Sloan sold several tat sheep to Geo T Wood at 4c Al Kinney sold to Jerry Caldwell a bunch of hogs at Olo J W Allen sold to Thomas Metcalt a bunch of shoats at etc O P Huffman bought of Wm Huff man a 530 pound hog at Go Lutes Co sold to Arnold Bros of Garrard 33 yearling at425 11 Ccbb told a bunch of abort year lings at Danville yesterday at 12750 J W Baughman sold to Armp Broaddus a Polled Angus bull calf for 50WANTED70 steers that will weigh 700 pounds Hugh Thompson Cbllton Ky 2t M G Reynolds and D O Lewis told to D N Prewltt 27 100pound hogs at Ojc W W Savage owner of the great pacer Dan Patch refused 170000 for him Saturday W L Butts of Chicago bought of W R Cook his 50acre farm near Highland for f800 WO Watts sold his farm of 70 acres near Highland to Thomas Long of Harrison county for 81400 cash M B Ticbner k Co Chicago bavo bought of J V Shlpp Midway the twoyearold bay filly Carmellta for 12500 FOR SALE Registered Berkshire boar Weighs 300 pounds and Is a splendid Individual W C Shanks Stanford Tbe description and pedigree of W M Oodds Gallon will appear In this paper soon He will make the season at the low price of 110 W S Gibbs of Wlllliburg sold elx twoyearold mules for 1620 and one threeyearold mare mule for 8150 B F Sanders Jt Bro bought 65 hogs average 140 pounds at 6c Harrodiburg Democrat D C Allen shipped a butcher stuff to Cincinnati lambsi for which ha paid 3o to 4o He shipped a mixed car of sheep and hogs He paid 3o for the sheep 5o for the lambs and 6io for the hog DANVILLE COURT There were about 100 cattle on the Danville market yesterday and most of them sold Prices ranged from 2t to 31c for belt ers and butcher stuff to close to 60 for good yearlings and two yearold There was a demand for horses and mulesJ Gentry Bros laid 200 barrel of corn to Will tvoblnion and Lunsford Yandell at 83 I S Tevls sold to Ru ble of Mercer county a 15 hand three yearold jack for 8300 and to Fitzger ald of one 14 hand jack for 8250 JE Allen John Yeager John Baughman and Mr Wood sold their hemp crops to H A B Marksbury of Lancaster at 85 per hundred straight Each of these gentlemen raised about 20 acres Advocate r i YOUR SPRING HAT IS HERE Hawes Spring Alpine Hawes Spring Derby Our line of Famous Hawefe Hats is complete All the now shapes in black and colorsi IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied T o mILLER Danville KD GARDEN SEEDS We have an IMMENSE stock of garden seeds both in bulk and package We have Burpees and Ferrys in built and Ferrys in pacKage z Sweet Peas Nasturtian White nice pop corn and the hest varieties of early corn in bulk Plenty of yellow white and hill onion sets Come early + while you have full stock to select from Also good stock of northern seed potato earliest varieties of second cr- opHiggins MKinnay STANFORD KENTUCKY Who Shall fill it I isfsts There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptions and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to serve you When we fill your prescriptiion every drug that en ters into it has the exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store Stanfordfl ycurEyesI Are constantly changingland to guard against badly fitting1 Lenses you should Have Them TestedAt least once n year If your glasses have become scratch ed by frequent wiping dont endanger your eye sight by using them They should be changedas soon as you dont see as well as you used to 1 through them Craig Rocker STANFORD 11J W B McROBERTSIi THE DRUGGIST Asks a continuance ofyour patronage during 1903 and thanks you for your liberal W dealings of the year Just closed t I Fresh Drugs at Prtces that are Right n 1 jtJI 1 11THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON- tt HENRY M BOSWORTH t Is a can l1ate for State Treasurer subject to the rrl f mary election say 9 1903 tod solicits the support of an democrats t H H HENNINGER iOfWayne County li candidate for state Tru r iubect to the action of the Democratic Prtjr J F HOLDAMI It a canJI1ate for the Democratic nomination for Cir cult Oerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party M F NORTH J Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative Lincoln county Subject to the ac Jon of the party J M ALVERSON It a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resentative of Lincoln county subject to the action of he party f t Democratic Ticket1 For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORDI For Circuit Judge I M C 8AUPLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR THE result of the special session of the Senate Is very gratifying to the democratic members of that body For the first time within four years the democrats cf the Senate are organized C united and In fine fettle for future batI tlel with their republican foes Every body gives Senator Gorman the credit of securing these splendid results In a quiet unobtrusive way nehas obtain ed a firm grasp of the party machinery in the Senate and has used It success fully In bringing about a situation that will put the tariff and trust questions f prominently before Congress in the coming winter and make them the leading Issues In the presidential cam paign next year Gormans fine work In reorganizing the party in the Senate Is so much appreciated by the demo l cratic Senators that at this time ho Is being boomed energetically by tils col leagues for the democratic chairman ship to succeed exSenator Jones who has not proven a glittering success MR HENRY M BOSWORTU who made Fayette the best Sheriff that county ever had and who is a democrat of the old school announces his candidacy for State treasurer in this Issue There Is no doubt about his fitness for the office be seeks and If he Is successful In his race be will add much strength to the ticket this fall Mr Bos worth was thet officer who arrested Caleb Powers when he was fleeing from justice and while sheriff he made many other ar Irestsalmost as important Mr floe worth Is very strong In his district and has a big following all over the State k THE friends of Gen Basil Duke are urging him to write another history of Morgans famous cavalry A number of rears ago he published a history of J It but it has long been out of print and calls are being madejor another The 1general Is considering the matter and 1 It be undertakes another history It Jtwillbe an elaboration of his former el K A WEST Virginia Judge has decided that a Negros head Is a dangerous t and deadly weapon and that when a Negro starts to butt you you can use any kind of weapon to defend yourself t 1Thatjudge has evidently been there i average Negros head can do more f damage that a battering ram 4 THE birth of his ninth son and Kis 21st child places Representative Rob erte of Ford county Texas In a pos i tlon to ask any favor he may desire off I President Roosevelt whose partiality for big families seems to be exerting a I Yt highly auspicious Influence on the cen susII WHEN Congress began Its sham leg lelatlon against the trusts there were in the neighborhood of 700 In existence t r Now according to a complete census there are 793 Congress may pull tbe 1woolover the peoples eyes but it cant tbe trust makers 11tool itTHEMt Vernon Signal Is now a sev en paper and besides its increased size other noticeable Improve IIMellts have ben made We congratu Albright on tho success he Is t having with his excellent publication No more boodlers will find safety In The treaty making bribery offense has passed the fMexIco The extra session would have while even if it had accomplished no more than this I TilE Somerset Journal has entered l I on its fifth year and heres hoping that It will live to be a centenarian r There was a general fight on the floor of tbe Missouri House of Repre 1 Hatatlvesyeeterday It originated In I a charge made bv Speaker Wbltecotton that boodle was being used to defeat ly the School Text Book Bill The door keeper and an unruly member started l a fisticuff which became general t w U- ItitrI 11 POLITICAL Judge Brecklarldge spoke at May field yesterday J M Kuott of Lebanon Is being urged to run for State Senator The court of appeals will bear the Beckbam eligibility case to morrow Graham Price Boyle countys effi dent circuit clerk has announced for reelectionThe payment by Venezuela to Germany under the Washington agree ment has been made George S Robinson beat J W True 225 votes In the democratic primary for circuit clerk of Scott county Mr M L Marshall has been appoint ep clerk of the Owen circuit court in place of H B Beck resigned Gov Beckham has appointed Virgil Smith of Somerset special Judge of Pulaskl Circuit Court for the March termJ O Brown Recorder and for years political boss of Pittsburg whose ret gnatlon was to ba effective soon died suddenly yesterday It Is rumored that Judge Cantrlll may make the race for Governor It Gov Beckham is held to bo Ineligible by the court of appeals The long pending war claim of tbe State of Tennessee against the National Government was set for hearing In Washington yesterday In the democratic primaries In Chicago Mayor Carter H Harrison secur ed practically all the delegates to the city convention thus assuring his reI nominationNebraska members of Congress are not urging the appointment of former Congressman Mercer as director of the census as not him as a resident of NebraskaIThe Virginia Legislature Is engaged in a bardfought debate over tbet Barksdale bill which prohibits candt dates for office from spending money corruptly in their campaigns At the request of the Senate Preel Roosevelt has recalled the nomination ot William Pllmley to bo Assistant Treasurer of the United States at Now York for further cQnelderatlont President Roosevelt planning to start CD his Western trip April 1 Sev eral largo Western cities will be visit ed besides hunting trIps In the Yel lowstone region and a visit to Yosemlte Park Chairman OBrien ot the Indiana Democratic State Central Committee has announced that the constitutional Ity of the legislative apportionment law recently passed by the republl cans will be tested In the courtsSThe following Is sent out from Mtt Sterling No Intimation Is given outby Chairman Young when the cotflniitteo will be called to settle tbe 13ih judl clal district muddle but speculation Is rife that tbe day will not be fixed until after May 9 Some of the committee men are urging the chairman to delay tbe call and It Is likely tntir wishes will be regarded It is announced that after the Cuban reciprocity treaty has been ratified Germany will ask for equal privileges from both the United States and Cuba That these privileges will be granted Germany does not expect but desires to make her position clear so that tbe United States will have no ground for complaint when Germany gives other nations preferential treatment Judge It J Brecklnrldgo of Dan Ills candidate for the democratic nomination for Governor was et the Gait House Ian night and will go to Mayfield tomorrow to make a speech I feel greatly encouraged so far as my race Is concerned said Mr Breckla ridge and I find many friends wherev er I go I shall speak at Fulton Tues HenderI Hopklnsvllle Saturday Sundays Courier Journal THIS AND THATI C P Cecil has bought the big Im plement store of W J BeDaun in Per ryvllle The danger points along the Missis slppl river are mainly In the vicinity of Memphis At least thirtyfour deaths are to Boossey the Philadelphia herb doctorIA partial settlement of the strike atI Colorado City Col has been ejected and the troops are to be wltbdrawnI Miss Julia Tombs was shot and kUledI at Providence R L by her rejected lover as she was on her way to church Bud Spicer was killed by John Heng ley sod Bud Combs was shot to death In a general fight In BreathItt county Chas M Lowe was Instantly killed and his wife fatally hurt at Ceredo Va by being struck by a C O passenger train The open weather of the past week led to Increased activity In the Knox county oil field Several good wells were brought In Tbe first well In BellI county will be sunk this week After a struggle with Geo Campbell a nurse Wm Harrison a luna I tlc killed French Winder also a luna- tIc by beating his head almost into a pulp at the City Hospital in Louisville Four men were slightly wounded In an elght handed encounter between swordsmen at Paris The affair was arranged by SantoaDumont and others demonstrate the comparative harm I leesneefl of French duels i tI MWIIt8 i 1 d The Next House The next House of Representatives will number 385 members an Increase of 23 over the Congress just closed For the first time since the 61st Congress tbe membership will be divided be tween republicans and democrats DO third party or fusion candidates having been elected There are at present two vacancies In the membership of the next House Of the 383 members elected 205 are republicans and 173 are democrats a republican majority of 27 The two dis tricts which have not yet elected rep resentatives the First Oregon and the Seventh Kansas are both republican aid when these seats are filled the reo publican majority will be Increased to 29 In the filth Congress there were 201 republicans 151 democrats and five others a republican plurality of C- OIn tbe next House there will be 127 new members 10 of whom have served In some Congress previous to the 67th Congress Of the new members 71 are democrats and C6 republicans Thor will also be three new delegates Arizona sending J F WlUon a democrat who represented the territory In the 50th Congress Oklahoma sending B S McGuIre a republican and Prince Jonah Kalablauoale coming as a republican to represent Hawaii e The new Congressional directory contains the autobiographies of those members of Congress who will sit In the 58th Congress There will bo five members In the Kentucky delegation James B McCrcary eucreede W JDe boo In the Senate Olllo M James will represent the First Kentucky district A O Stanley will succeed Henry D Allen Joseph Swager Sherley comet H S Irwins place and Frank A Hopkins will represent the 10th d- lInletC J- SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured By One Bottle Of Cham berlains Cough Remedy I Whcn I hall an attack of grip last winter the second one I actually cured myself with one bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy 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 by taking a teaspoonfnl this remedy and when the coughing spell would come on at night I would take a dose and it stem cd that In the briefest interval the cough would pus off and I would go to sleep perfectly tree from cough and Its accom panying pains To say that the remedy cted as a most agreeable suiprlso is put ing it mildly I had no Idea that it would or could knock out tho grip simply bo cause I had never tried it for such a purpose but It did and it teemed with the second attack of coughing the remedy caused it to not only be of less duration but the pains were far less severe and I bad not used the contents of one bottle before Mr Grip bid mo adieu For sale by Craig A Hockf You dont cook like Mary my first wHo used to do Alice he said in tones of gentle exasperating reproof Norit seems to mo you cant cook like she used to On another occasion he remarked You are not so smart In getting about aa Mary was You dont aD pearI to catch on where she left off About this time a heavy rolling pin came In contact with his head What do you mean by that you= he exclaimed In agony I am doing tbe work that Mary neg lected she replied There was more peace In that family afterward Exchange T Wakeful Children For a long time the twoyearold child of P L McPherson 69 tf 10th St liar risburg Pa would sleep but two or three hours in the early part of the night which made it very hard for her parents Her mother concluded that the child had stomach trouble and gave her half of one of Obamterlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets which quieted her stomach and she slept the whole night through Two boxes of these Tablets have effected a permanent cure and she is now well and strong For sale by Craig A locker Judgd Andersonln tbe Federal court t Indianapolis held David A Sachs and W W Watts the Louisville lawyers guilty of contempt of his court for their connection with the Zier receIv- ership case in New Albany Both were committed to jail for 60 days In his pinion Judge Anderson exhaustively reviewed the Zler case administered a redhot roast to Col Charles Jowett and declared Lawyer Sachs guilty of wilful perjiry Of the 105 kinds of snakes found In tbe United States but 20 are venomous They are the copperhead and water moccasin which are closely related the coral snakes of tbe Southwest the two species of the Sl trurus and the 15 species of rattlesnake The most dan gerous of them the water moccasin is not seen north of Tennessee Eight masked meq near Lima 0 rlaited the home of Frank Relcheler fer a wealthy farmer secured 11000 remained several hours cooked their supper then departed James Garnett 12 years old son of John Garnett a Harrison county farm er was Instantly killed In a runaway A Negrocoal miner at the Render anothers throat killing toes I LY7Tr ORfiND LLDR e GET IT TODAY It Right Away A COMPLETE Sofa Pillow Embroidery Outfit Worth 1 1 handsome Tinted Sofa Pillow including bnck nml spa cially 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 Carnation or Violet By n special arrangement with the manufacturer and with ft view to giving our lady patrons the benefit of this unusual oiler we now have a limited number of those handsome outfits for sale You dont want to miss this bargain of bargains BO call at once I GRAND LEADERM O LEVY CO Prorts S B LEVYMannpor DR P WI Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myors Houso Flats Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard Nor Bargains Freed line of Groceries and Oakrt Rte Just received Highest market prices for Butter Eggstc Give him a oatU POSTED I We whose name appear below positively forbid hunting trapping or trespassing anyway on our lindt will protoeula to the till extent of the law guilty of such Mike 1Biter Mike uhauner MA- tthew Drlcsler and Christian Drletler 4 8 PRICE Burgeon Stanford Ky Offle ov UeBoberta Dru j Store In the Owil j- BOlldlDI NEW LIVERY STABLE- s w BEE k SN1rer jVNCTION CITY KY llntClasi Turnout atReasonable Rate Special Attention to Traveling Men and flay For Sale JDWMim Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of Now York company In the world Assets 12 Surplus as regards policy holders 59436XS8 69 Farm property In Casey coin counties Phone 21 R B Mlony Insurance fluent Stanford Kentucky Insurance 1 floent Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but the larg est and best companies represented Phone 82 Stanford KontuokY STANFORD GREENHOUS- ECarnations Hya cinths Narcissus on short notice Bedding and Vegetable Plants of all kinds In season Phone 20rlng 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford BIRD Eagle Bird II a handsome hone 18 hands high and weighs 1200 Indlrlduullyha Is a hone of grand and plenty of substance with a One disposition deep strong shoulders stout back very strong loins stifles and good bones He It of lofty style and appearance and very kind lie b an unusually sure foal getter and his get are invariably large and good colored lie is finely gaited and possesses In an eminent degree those qualities the market demand In the saddle or hone Eagle Bird will make the season of 1003 at John Cook table at 110 WOODS BROS i = Get For 25 Cents DesignsRose THE EAGLE CLEAN UPIAND BfY YomsFLF SOME FIXE NEW + t Furtiture Carpets China and Japanese C Mattings Wall Paper Window Shades aPicture Frames CilcR Wo are til a position to save yon mutojr tied ready to rortrfnw ym w of UM foM Oar nntS 101 brooo some of Uw beat tbtags In the market Call and see us WITUfRS FURNITURE COMPANY LAMP SALE I Beginning March 2d we will close out our line of fine Parlor and Library Lamps at COST for CASH Now is your chance to buy a nice lampatawholesalepriceI r CEO H FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky Y 4 I ALL Sorts of pretty jewelry is the vogue Many nov cIties have been added Como in anti see the lat est in JewelrylVatches- Clocks and verwmcItAbsolutely 110 sentation WIH MUELLER IKy MENS SHOES 350 a pair Eclipse Shoes We have n full stockot the new Spring styles made from 4If Pat Colt Vici Kangaroo and Box Calf just inJIn buying shoes you want style fit and wear These goods have all Every pair No trouble to show so call anti see our stock W E PERKINS h c id misrepre warranted Crab OrchardOy I 1 w t r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAH 17 1003 In filling your prescriptions we use the right In tbo exact Lions and with proper care Wo could not do bettor If yon paid ui double the price which le alway reasonable Pone try Druz Store PERSONALS I GEOBOB ELLIS spent Sunday ID Lex loRton MRS J M JOHNSON of W vne burjr It voryl1IR W GlVEXS went up to Mid dleiboro Saturdayli MRS daughter In Adair MISS KATE ALCORN Is visiting friends at Franklin MH AND MRS Ok PENNY wero In Loulivlllo lat week DR W P D ICICLE li up from Louts Ylllo for a short visit MR AND MRS MARK HARDIN spent several days In Louisville DR F J DROWN paid Drodbcad a profcislonal visit yesterday J E NEVIOS nowof Paint LIck spool Sunday with bis mother here Miss ANOIB KINNAIRD of Laocas ter was tbe guest of Miss Clara Coop er MISSES COOPER AND DELL FELAND were In Loultvlllo last week to see Den Bur Miss SALLIE KINO Is vlsltlne her titer Mrs W D Lynam near Louis vlllo Mns O P DUFPMAN spool several days with ber ion O F DulTman In DanvilloSof the East End waa caller at this of Oco Friday MR H J MoUoilBRTS and Mist Anna D Mclloberti were In Clnclnna 4 tl last week MWSES LKEUOIUMTT and EffloThur r room tf Danville were guests of Mrs W T Smltb v MIL SIIEITON RAUFLEY of tho Lex Ington Democrat was hero to see hit mother Sunday i TUB Plcaiuro Club will meet with r Mrs J Carroll Dalley at 2 oclock Thursday afternoon MIss LAMBRSON of Cincinnati bat arrived to take the position of trimmer with Mrs Cleo Drown ATTORNEY M E Tarter of Liberty was hora Saturday He was accompa nled by his wife and son MR AND MRS SAMUEL RBID and Mr James a ReId alt of the Welt End are downwlth colds MRS M C SAClLEY has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs T S Webb Jr at Knoxvllle MR A A KCSSBLL of the West End loft Friday for a protracted stayw with hie uncle at Arcola III MRS O D MCRPilY has been very ill of typhoid fever at the homo of her parents Mr and Mrs D P Martin Miss LILLIE PEYTON of Middcibo ro was on Sundays train returning from Louisville whore she had seen Den Bur Mns O 0 IURNETT whoso aunt died some weeks ago at Irvine has re f celved a check for her share In the largo estate DaRN to the wife of S W Durke of Junction City another boy This makes three boys for him and tbo oldest Is only two years and nine months old Miss PANTUEA MOKINNRY HOYS TON daughter of Mr William Royston of Uarrard Is stenographer for Hart man the big Louisville furniture deal er j A COTE little daugbter arrived at the homo of Mr and Mrs P L Deck last weak She will be called Bottle for her grandmother Mrs Dr Clifton FowlerMIss NETTLE WRAY Is spending a few weeks with her sister Mrs n C Baugbman at Hustonyllle Miss Ma ry Bruce Is Oiling her place In the tot ephono exchange EDITOR LEWIS LANDRAM of Lan caster was here Sunday en routo to Louisville to attend a meeting of the executive committee of the Kentucky Press Association MRS W M SWOPE Misses Martha and Mary Belle Swopo have returned from Asbeylllo N 0 where they hav been for several months on account of Mrs Swopos health Lexington Oem A ocrat MR AND MRS B D MCCLURE are Back from Louisville where the for nor bought lots of new goods and tb latter a largo stock of Spring and Summer millinery Mrs McClure will have an opening soon duo notice of which will bo given In these columns MRS J M CRESS of Preaohersvlllo spent a few days with friends and rela tives here D C Pulllns of Conway Is doing a nice business In the sale of his patent bee hive an Invention of his own Expert bee mop say Us tbo best hive made F L Thompson and daugh tore Mines Susie and Annie Misses 1EllaJoplio Mattle Williams Fannie Sparks Mrs W J Sparks went to Loulsvlllo to see Den HurMt Ver non Signal So far March has given us no high WInd but there are fifteen days yet- I tar her to make the record good and Abe will doubtless avail herself of It ILOCALS I day I Let Frank Adklns fix your umbrella I BEST Northern potatoes A D Florence + CARSON PENCE boorjolt received a carload of the latest style Columbus buggies + A FEW Gent shoos to close at a bargain Eclipse and Uannan brand John P Jones FOR tho next dagedyou buy a Sowing Machine of A D Florence on tbo Installment plan + GRAPE Arbor poet wirefence potts poits and rallloij poits Shingles box og treeing and framing for sale by 1MJ McRobcrts IT was so warm hero Saturday that Ito Dealer Perrln was kept busy sell ing Ice Ho diapered of over 1000 pounds In small quantities THE the eletcburchwill set a splendid dinner In the Owsley storeroom next to McKobortd drug store next court day Admission 25c FOR RPNTStore ron Lancas tor street and law offices formerly occupied by W A Trlbblo Apply at this office or wrlto to W P Walton Lexington 4t CAPT FRANIWEDU occa slonally runs as conductor on the K C to this place shot and probably fatally wounded J F Ramp another railroad man at Paris- WANTEDA manwide acquaint open nod good address Can make from to 15 per day by addressing R E mith 10 E Main St Lexington Ky No canvaislng 2t Tnt next show to theboards at Walton Opera House Is Tbo Folks Up Willow Creek which will bo pro senled by Frank Davidsons strong company on April 23 TOM GILL whoa has been In all kinds of devilment lately was adjudged of uniound mind Friday and ordered to the Lakeland Asylum He had Jut served a term In Jill for houiobreak lagsNALLMrs I Henry Nail who was MUs SaJlle Dolling of Parksvlllo died at her homo at Huitonvlllo Sunday night of pneumonia Besides the hut band a daughter Mrs Will Moran survives the good womanlDESTROYED A STILL Deputy U S Marshal W T Short destroyed an 11 licit distillery on Copper Crook five miles from Drodbcad Friday but made no arrest It Is said to have boon tho property of Robert Peters GKOHUK MAYBS a Nrgro boy of IS as arrested by Marshal Jones Sunday night charged with disorderly conduct Mayer escaped from the Houses of Re form some six months ago and Jones at once notified Supt E II Don that bo had his man THE What Became of Parker Co I bad a fCO douse at Huitonvlllo Friday night and gave the West Endera a excellent performance The members of the company are very grateful for courteous treatment received at the hoods of the Hustonvllle people StiiNFREYAteWJ Winfrey father of Prof M O Winfrey former Iy of this place but now of Mtddlciboro died at his home In Adair county last week aged 72 He was a devout mom her of tbo Methodist church a Mason end an excellent citizen Five child ron survive him DIED ON TilE ItoUThe wife of Bob Whltley colored died on the roa between Mill Springs and Durnildo 0 consuBpllon Saturday She bad been In Wayno county and Dob was bring log ber homo when death came She was burled In the colored section o DufTalo cemetery Sunday afternoon Besides tbo husband a little son sur vlvcs THE Loulsyllle it Nashville short dal1ybotwoen yardSaturdaye 1 lessJGraves a MJIITomwere seriously Injured while Mel Clerk Adams Engineer Kelloy an painfuleI GOOD NEWS Mrs Judge M 0 Saulloy who Is related to Mr W B Crensbaw resident civil engineer the Loulsvlllo Southern with headquar ten at Knoxvllle talked with that gen tleman the other day relative to tho extension coming through Lincoln county He stated that since the right at way had boon granted by Doyle hero would be no doubt about our got ting tbo road He says the lino will be byStanfordof those In question He left Mrs Sauf toy under tbo Impression that dirt would be broken in this county before the year is out Let us hope that the ro will be no hitch In the matter and do all In our power to make the road a ertalnty W H MUELLERS Jewelry store Is I being beautified by paper and paint BUY your goods of JhPe JonesOand youll find they will be all rl nrevery particular FOR SALE PurBarrrdPlymouth Rock at II per setting Hubert Carpenter Stagford 2t LINE of Sowing blare loot re colved Stop and look at them and pet prices A D Florence TilE baby of Mr and Mra Rdtt Farley which died at Livingston was brought here and Interred Friday MRS L 0 LEE and Mrs Ellen Mur pby will open a dressmaking establish mont In the room In tbo Etmoro block by Ed Wilkinson between arch 15 and April tat 3t Tim Leader being enlarged and Improved by additional shelving and painting Manager Levy Quad It Impoislblo to display his Immense spring line without additional space DR CLHTON F Eftbrought 15 dozen eggs to town Saturday to sell but left teem In bis buggy while ho went to attend to some business Neith er the eggs nor the basket have been seen since MRS BRowN returned from Cin cinnati with a selection of highclass millinery Opening will bo announced later Watch for It Miss Lamcrsoo of Cincinnati will have charge of trim mice room tL THE ailed kvsWard died at Crab Orchard and was burled there on yesterday afternoon after services by Rev Mahony assisted by Rev Huey Mrs Ward was a most execellent wo and was ono of the charter members of the Crab Orchard Baptist church Louisville contained a picture of Crolla Edoleo with the following writeup of him This youne Kentuckian is a sure enough physical wonder Ho Is 12 years of ago and weighs 161 pounds He was born at MoreUnd In Lincoln county His mother weighs OS pounds and his fain or tips the beam at 1W His father Is J P Edelcn find resides at 12th and Duncan Streets Louisville Orolla Is at present a student at the Getbsemano School at Trappist Thecity council author- Ized Mayor GrIOln to borrow 11050 to liquidate th debt upon tbo electric plant There were 300 marriage teenies Issued to whites In Pulaikl county during 1002 During January- of tbo present year 24 February 27 and March to date 14 The Kentucky Lumber Company at Durnildo have enough logs no band to iniuro night months run bf their taagnlficlcnt plant The City Cemetery Company purchas cd of J M Richardson 10 savor of land adjoining the cemetery at 1150 lIar tan Cooper of Lino Creek died at the CandlerHotel and isle remains wero laterkwas years ago a prosperous farmer and merchant son of the Into James Cooper Somerset Journal orrathcsr may e had from the following In September of last year Mr S P Gooch ordered his paper changed from Way ncsburg toI Annadel Team but our types got It Annavllle on the mailing list of course Mr Gooch did not get isle paper butwe did not know of isle failure to re calve It ubtllast week In the meat time the careless postmaster at Anna villa let the papers accummulato these rather than lot us know that they wore not called for notwithstanding the gov ornment furnishes blanks to notify pub postmaefprecision that Stanfords poitmaster does the newspaper men would hear far fewer kicks from their subscribers fend the newspaper business would be several times more pleasant than it Is The community around Mt Salem has been robbed by death from that dread disease smallpox which la now prevailing In that neighborhood of a mOlt excellent citizen Mr Terry Mob toy He was a man who commanded respect and Invited friendship A man of Integrity of quiet modest demean or whose deilre was to live and he GoldensRuleliDo unto others as you wish to Iroleodp I ago had he lived to June bah next Not a communicant yet his respect for religion wee shown by hls regular s tendance at church and his contrlbu tlons to its maintenance He died pro fessing faith In the God who made him beautifulrhusband always studious of the well being of isle wlfo and child who now survive him Ho will be missed by all who knew him D CHURCH MATTERS Rev W J Mahoney of Carlisle h declined the call extended him by the Cyntblana Daptlst church REV Martin Owens meeting at M Morlah will be held on the third Saturday and fourth Sunday In this month Rev F C Button president of More bead Normal College has been called as pastor by the Christian church at COrbin UMBRELLAS Recon d and repaired and made almost good as new a small amount I can tramprepairert FIIASK Amiss StaafordI To Tobacco Men I andthuotermtorsaleJumbo Ky A Handsome Home at Auction I p Phillipscorner ofthecourt day April 13 It will first be offered thelargersirable property In Stanford than this and It will positively be sold With a meaufacturingladpstrlescamfpg ty VTIRM third cash balance In one and two years In equal Installments Gall Phandlerwill be your last chance to buy one of the most desirable piece of In town II D BAt1O11- MANPUBLICSALEI placenearStanford pike on- WEDNESDAY MARCH 25 Tbo following property Three workmules 20hempandRakeHarrows Cora Planters Etc Twohorse wagon and a lot of harness About SO bar madeknown0 T TIMBEBLAKEMlllledgevllle Ky SpringOpening of Wall Paper We are receiving dally some PapersthatDanville many of which were Imported The prices range the cheapest papers to the moatI expenpcnsveipelaiUe These papers aro being opened dally and are on display at our store and all the people of Danville Iloyle and adjoining couotle are Invited to Inspect them Esti mates furnished on all palnttnltl dompetent men Paints and- Window Glass We have the best really mixed paints on the market also leads oils varnishes and nil kinds of palnten supplies at the closest market prices A E Gibbons 3O6 Main St Danville e r Kentucky Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No JROUN snd lot In Stinfonlflre room hill porch In tbs rear latdea good ntlghborood rloes to churches sail school ucxxl lor until lam f4 Fricvfiua bUnfordI veranda food barn and other buildings In rood rtJalr Cut 11Ilx bid well Deices In IrllLUauaMtbe sold at bargain Clow to school anti church anSs15No S HOUM sod lot In Stanford HOOM DOn aim ors rooms seed stable and 5 acres of lead well fenced One of prettiest building lots In town room enough la front for two cottages or a Istory front could be bunt to the tollage and be theeNo 4 Two story trams dwelling 7 rooms hall and veranda Uood garden fencing ant house In good repair For ale or rent Price reasonable No 5UOUM and lot In Stanford Three rooms and front porch Uood garden and stable Uood repair Nlllbeeoldchap onlyrStanlon1In pasture 3 good orchards too mi to limb r Two small cottages good turn end outbuildings well Wboughtlis and must have money No U Dwelling of ilx roomlbill and porch ptrcauq outbuildings large two stoymueenmbelr66 feellvr rooia In dwelling and letbackIn good repair and dwelling originally cat tltJO and store over 11200 Will for ISM or sepantelrNo rolls or Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling S rooms two tenant houses Inhighland good fencing troll etc Price 3790 on acre toOrabOrchardprorements except large ttock barn abundance of tict30V0countyThreeLnlldings each house barn etc about the eater of 100 acres All on county road mile from church school and poetomce Lars well and well watered This Is a rood toUcco farm and would might want to cometSromtheumenelghborhood Price reasonable No 85 HOUM and an acre of land In McKln ns Ji Necessary outbuildings Fencing good sod well Will sell this place on easy terms 1t0Douseand32 acres ot land within 1fj dmiles of Stanford house cootslns fire room veranda etc newly painted large nsw bun com crib etc All buildings and fencing In splendid repair Well watered This Is a most desirable home Price 1900 No 37 Two 1011 eight room frame dwelling ID Stanford Ky Large garden and Ion hi tr one of the most desirable houses In town Price reasonable Lecasteraetl600 will Mil for f1000 UutooIIIDwelllo andtrant and water In every eslSontheplace Farr cut In seven fields and dwellingfourentfp5re0eldslLess tbsn half mile from turnpike We offer this plea for only 130 per sera L Rs H lIhea Secretary et TreMurtr SHOES T I It pays tobuy GOODSnOF8 They cost some moro than cheap once but GOOD SHOES wear well look well and are qualitiesWeassortment Tho following brands recommend our shoe do partment as nothing else can do For Men and Boys Ilanan dr Sons Ik L Douglas Brown Shoe Cor Buell d Son 9 Jarcy Bros Excelsior Shoe Co For Women Q Misses Queen Quality Krohn Fecbheimer h Co and IFolfo Bros For childrenStar Shoe Co LET US SHOE YOU Cummins L1 McCtai l i f SPRING GOODS I aaasss Coming in almost every day Gaelics Shoes anti Slippers liens Shoes Shirts and Hats have arrived Lootat the STYLESand let us price them to you Wo are here to show them Terms Cash HJMRoberts Com9 an See The New Goa s etst snee I The are right in style and right in price Handsome Silks Fine Etamines New Mohairs Fine Broadcloths Imported White anti 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 line of Ging hams at ISc and the patterns are choice Lot of Percales 1012 l2c go at 7 l2c Lot Zephyr Ginghams usually sold at 1c our price 7 l2- cSEVERANCE SON r G1 ANlWfIEREJ Strawberry Plants For Sale II I have the following kinds of strawberry TebneasesProlific SampleOlrdfKaoland Oumberland Qandy Parker Earl at 40c per 100 as tong as they last J L JOHNSON KlngsTllle Ky I RIOAIO JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky I 0fflc over HIggins s4 McEInneyi Story Telephone NU 91 L LOOK lmebecause I Intend to give the great eat 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 j standard and those who have long i favored me with their trade know j my standard ls high Indeed When you wish to see and to purchase nice fresh Groceries Fruits 010fact most everything good come to J W PERRIN the erlt110 Main St Stanford KyJ FORRENT 1My storeroom recently occupied byWm Severance Will rent for one pr more years J B OWSLEY P r MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J R Deadeye Livery Stable A I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL gnitred n the pottoffice at Stanford at tenddan mattes 2hQotSaladZlado clrrtclVIAT 81PER YEAR CASH When aot soptidBaOO will leehsrtid t KNOXVILLE DIVISION i f 02TntnCOlnINoH1Islm1 028 t 025 50utll125mI No2J P m THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con ball be cash ultntlon Doard and nursing and monthly Prates weekly4 In advance atonal bills duo when services are rendered and must tp paid promptly i Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Ky I Drummers Rigs a specialty nigh Orado Horses and Mules sold Feed horses receive personal attention Ae M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as uotoinor I tol the people of Lincoln County He will please ou both in work and price Write to blm Traylor i iGet DEALERS IS WtiisKu Brandy Wines Beer Giaars Etc HousJ STANFORD KYI attention Nothing but the bee Prompt and polite to drink Mill phone cr telegraph orders receive i cronrt attention 6 CB8 LGXinGTOn r D8mO R C Is the only daily Democratic in theI paper published Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year- It l especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all thenews without fearer favor W I P Walton Editor 8 Pror Lexington Ky Irc 1 f JiED10RDs BLACKDRAUGHTTHE LIVER MEDICINE AwwMe T i J A sallow complexion dizziness i tongn0areand kidney diseases Stomach and bowel troubles severe as they are painbutJ though loss painful at tho start are much to cure Thedfords BlackDraught never fails to bene fitdiseased liver and weakened kid nets It stirs up the torpid liver to throw oil the germs r and ague It is a certain preventive of cholera and Brights the kdneYI With kidney reinforced bThedfords Black Draught thousands of persons have k dwelt immune in the midst of el low fever families live in perfect healthand have no other doctor than Thedfords Black Draught It is always on hand for savesj1901flt- t to a doctor since I have been taking it- E g It b the but medicine for me that It f kidneytroubles complaints Rev A 0 LEWIS f utTlru uruV- t J t a cEaliWVhah 1 + Yetp 11 T I r AKHAIR BALSAM ClMnm and IItIIIoe tt flomctct t laiurt ot sMh Never JatiO to HMtortOrty GururfsfJrl a kih tiUtoif I 110 euu a thutrta Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every ping firstclass Porters meet all trains 89 To the Coal Consumer Having bought out Higgles t Alms the n we are now to famish the of Stanford and surrounding countrywith the bet brands of coal at tho lowest market price for cash Farmers we will take your bay and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for Orden at coal house phonellbrBoones livery stable No 08 Boone c Dunavmt STRNPORD KY trGtMcCiMY IUNDE IAItEB EMBALMER And Dealear In SASNESS SADDLER 0 Stanford Ky Ja L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSO DKALXKI IN Furiiltnrcllattlng8Rug8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right 3TANFuRD KENTUCKY IF YOU Contemplate travel North or South East or West write us for rates and printed matter We can give OU all tho information you want Queen do Crescent Route is the Shortest Route to New Orleans Jacksonville Atlanta Knoxville ShreveportBirmingham rect tine to Cuba and Porto Rico ST Swirl P A T A Lexington W 0 RINEAKSOK G P A Cincinnati J 0 Cosy D P A Chattanooga NORTHBOUND Leave Moreland 112 p m Leave Junction City 452 a m 41 120 pmI 600 am SOUTHBOUND Leave Moreland 1150 pmI 1127 a m I Junction City 1135 a m 1117 am 805 pm DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Alan Dropsy Female Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you If necetwary wrlto lr lennet lit Ins spent a life time curing Just such CJisena1 yours All coiisultatlona For years I had backache severe pains across kidneys and scalding urine I could not tot out of bed without help The use of Dr Icnnera Kidney and Backache Cure re stored me WAGONER Knobsvlllero Druggists S0c ft Ask for Cook Book Free STVITUSDANCE l iti1e TroublesCURET jFenner f t I Here and There The L T8 Brown distillery at Mc llraycr has resumed operation uiaehli COO bushels a day- New measurements confirm tho report that Mount McKinley in Alaska latbo highest peak in North Atnclca In his will Burdick the murder Buffalo millionaire left his wife without a cent The bulk of the property goes to childrenTho crop in Boyle Is reported to be in better condition than ever befoi known at this season of the year Pro pects are excellent for a big yield Five trainmen wero injured In a headon collision between paasengi trains on the Nashville Chattanooga nnd St Louis road Tho wreck occurred near Shellmouid Tenn Adolph Krus a rich farmer living near Dollcfontaine Mo murdered hls wife and their six children with a sledgehammer and then tried to kilt him self with the same implement Eleveu prominent farmers of Wynni Ark have been arrested on the charge of murdering a Memphis detective hired to secure evidence against whitecaps Th whitecaps wure running negroes awa from that section of tho country United States Senator Daniel of Vir Rlnla said in a recent speech at Baltimore that the nineteenth century produced five soldiers to whom the world has given the title of great Napoleon Wellington Von Mollko Grant and Robert E Leo Kentucky State Fair The directors of the KentuckyiStat Fair to be held next Fall at Owenebo rot have decided on the following prom turns Beef cattle 83138 divided as follow Shorthorns 11000 Herefords 8 700 Aberdeen Angus 1600 Polled Durham 1442 Galloways MOO Red Polls fUC Dairy cattle Jerseys 81003 Horses 84215- Muleaand jacks 8600 Swine five breeds 81200 Sheep 11 breeds 81200 Poultry and Belgian hare 8S02 Pigeons 880- 0Vegetables 8400 Garden and field seeds 1600 Tobacco 850- 0Horticulture 8677 Plants and flowers 8422 25 Women department 8760 This makes a total of 815054 25 Ii addition there will be special prera fume amounting to 85000 J N Harper of the experiments station at Lexington baa been selected to take charge of the grain and geld seed department No GOOD LUCK IN Bans SHOES If any one tells you theres good luck In having a horse shoo over the door please tell him that the editor of The Record says Its a He out of the whole cloth Desiring to increase oQlce reo elpta from the usual sum of 30 cents a week wo found and nailed over the door a large horse shoo weighing a pound or more That day we collected i5 cents but the customer In his rush to get out broke the door knob tn trying to fix It we shook the wall too much and down came Mr Horseshoi on the top of our defenslcss bead to In lees than a minute a knot as large as a goose egg stood out to mark the spot where good luck bad struck The man who advised ua aboutthe shoe may have some more good luck coming to hIm but It will not be through any prayer of ours Central Record FAIR DATES The following is the list of fair dates lied for this year Richmond July 13 0 days Crab Orchard July 22 4 days Georgetown July 28 4 day Cyntblana July 29 4 days Huttonvllle July 29 3 days Danville August 4 4 days Madieonville August 4 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Creole August 18 4 days Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Liberty Auf10 three days Bhepberdavlllo August 25 4 days London Aug 16 three days Somerset Sept 14 days Bardstown Sept 1 0 days Elizabethtown Sept 84 days Bowling Greep Sept 15 4 days Owensboro Kentucky State Fair September 21 6 days THE Lexington Democrat la giving Tree to every new subscriber a very iseful and valuable present in the nape of a map of the world of the mired States and ot Kentucky with ntereatlng and important data besides tbe flsgs and arms of all nations the ilctures and autographs of tho presi lent etc The maps wero made ex ireisly for the Democrat and are read- Ily worth the price charged for the paper Send 85 for a years subscription or 83 for six months and you will reo elve one postage prepaid It Is the most complete map and chart we have ever seen The sale of 1000 tons ol raw sugar for tho English market has been closed t85 cents per pound at Havana this was the fleet sale of sugar for Europe for 25 years with the exception of 5 per cent of tho output which formerly went to Spain but which eased at the time of the war between Spain and the United StateeI t ir t e r J To Settle The Question He was engaged to bo married and every one knows how the engaged man talks when he gets a friend cornered She Is tho loveliest and best girl that ever lived ha asserted Sure I Inquired the Irlenfl Sure I Of course I am sure You du not doubt It do you I Certainly not replied his friend hastily only Only what Ob I suppose Its all right but Id like to Introduce you to Dobley Whos Dobley P Oh another friend of mine who told ma yesterday that bo was engaged to the loveliest and best girl that ever lived and Id like to have you two got together and settle the matter T Danger of Colds and Grip The greatest danger ftom colds and grip is their resulting in pneumonia It rca uonable care is used however aniLChim berlains Cough Remedy is takenall dan gee will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single cass having resulted In pneumonia which shows conclusively that it is a cer lama preventive of that dangerous disease It will cure a cold or an attack of the grip In less time thIn any other treatment It lis pleasant and safe to take For sale by Craig h Hocker Hemp Seed For Sale I I A limited amount of strictly nice clean cultivated Herap seed of late Importation for sale For prIce and terms address BANK IIUIUON Lancaster Ky NOTICE I It you think of building or repairing we- can save money on your material All lengthtMvelceilings casings bogie or cornice boards veranda posts and brackets bored and turned stairway newel plasterer lather white ok fencing black gum oak or chestnut boxing Write for prices 11DUPI1BEV nilOS llartwell K- yflu C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY roods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call TREASURY DEPARTMENT s r irrict or ComiKOUtR or vita UDRBKKCT Washington DO March 3 IWJ- WinnKMS bv tltactory evidence ented to the undersigned has been made oaparthatTheNational Dank of line onvllle ot Ilustonvllle la the county of Lincoln and State of Ken tucky has complied with all the provisions of the Act of Congris to enable National tanking Associations to extend their cor torate existence and together purposes approved July lath tsar therefore I William R Itldgelv Comptroller ot the Currency do ertlfy that The National Rank of Huston1 rifle located In the town of Huston vllle In the of Lincoln an State of Ken ucky Is authorized to have succession for the period specified In 1U amended articles ot association namely until close of business on March 3 1013- In testimony whereof witness my hand and seal otolllce tblll third davof March 1VOS SAL WM R HIDOELY- lo 11111 CemptroueroftheIurre- ncySTALLION JACK At Fort stable X mile South of uitbnvllla llradfordsvllle pike on Mar ins Creek will make the season of 1903 at- tbe above mentioned plate at 1800 to In lUre a Living Colt MAMBRINO SCOTT Onovof the finest styled and handsom est sons of Phil Thompson foaled In 1895 151 hands high weight 1100 pounds Mahogany bay black a model In form possessing that wonderful stylo characteristic of the Scott family Thom1I son unknown said to have been stolon from a breeder In Dixie Land to lx a Canadian breed but nevertheless ho was one of the best breeders over in this section First dam by Nobby 2011 tho sire Of Nob Jr 218 and Mambrlno Queen 22532sireof Gambonltn 2271Mietako2201 by Mambrino Chief 11 Mnmbrlno Chief 11 sire of Lady Thorn 281 1st dam Dollle Daisy by Frank thoroughbred Mambrino 11 by Mambrino dam the dom of Oollah Mambrino Paymaster by Mambrino son of Imp Messenger 1st dam by Imp Paymaster 2d by Ball Hornet dam Rosetta by Shylock SIMON LEGREE Black Jack with white points strong bone one surest and best breeders in this country for mulo colts he was sired Montrose ho by Joe Blackburn sold for 81860 chat longed the world and stood a rival ho by 3rd Prince ho by 2d Prince ho Prince from Chat tona a Province of Spain 1st dam Ella by McElroys Black Hawk ho by Got Wood ho by Caldwells Old Jennet tf a Mares traded or parted with for felts Insurance and money becomes due at time of such transaction Mares from a distance kept at 81 BO nor month grazing bill must be be fore removal of mares Mares en trusted will receive my personal at responslbloforHUGH THOMPSON I Chllton Ky w r i y I The New York store Remember the 1 Sale is Still Going On Cdme early a get tfye Best I- Calicoes Bleached Cotton anti Unbleached Cotton at J c a yard Clothing G5c to tho dollar Remember the place and call in when you will The New York Store Noxt Poor to Lincoln County National Bank I J D Paxton J B Owsley 8H Shanks W Walker Gee Biliousness Makes Chronic rWhen the Use U torpid and falls to do lu work rthe Uto enters the blood u a rtruleat pxxson Thea- oorne conatipauoo blUouancM sick headsent leTers and cnalarls Tbs only treatment that glb lift r lust abbe tight touch sad starts Natures work to the nat maaacrls r SLIVER PILLS Jt ANDTONICiPELlTETS t Tbr pal loucbe tballT r and be pellet toes tMlJ rtcmnAS doses lot 9 41 eat S cent and ua- lNe yoor ease Is aeee4ingly bad you s wtU be w0 before you finish them 4Sample tree For sale al all dealers FOR BY W D MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STOKE i I cu tI II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK BOOOO Directors O W Carter Invalids Successor to The Farmers Dank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for 30 years Wa SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such TiuilneM reUtlons will prove mutually beneficial First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Rank of In 1191 then reorganised as the National flank of Stanford In 1543 and agaIn reorganized as the First National hark of Stanford la 18SJ having bad practically an nolnter rupted existence for n Jean It Is better supplied nuw with tacllltiel for promptly and well than ever In 1U long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Spring 1903 Hut Grass Nurssr Its Fruit aod Ornamental TreesOrap Vinci Small Fruits Asparagu Rhubarb sad everything for lawn and garden Strawberry and general catalogue on re- Quest Oath phones- II F I11LLENMEYER SON- ttexfngton Ky GAMBRUNO 7812 Record 239 14 Sir ol Maejl Baut hasp a1 ao GimroM h sI4 alto ot the high acting hone sold by J u- Sleutt tot J5000 Jan 1901 Sired by Gaiabetta HAc5l 319 14 Sire of Gulntltt eof Wsed Wilkes to j4 Lottie Lorlnt OSJ auita to riEylel so 14 O 11 c DelilahEmma i dam of Gem entire si it JennIe Co es byAJmlnlitrator JJT e 29 iis 41 otclevelanJoS by Mawbrunells a i by Star Davis J dambyDrown Pilot is a brown stallion if hanJ spln1It form tot action ant will make the season of i o at my farm on the Lancaster pike 4 milts Iron Danvlllt At ell to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt Is faalej has two In the lit anj will product hlrh- styli and blab scant trotter II much soughtafter bY dealers he proved his own raclnc qualities as- a tyearold driving Dr Sparks In third heat In s Gratsfumlthtdalfiioper month I will alsq stand a firstclass mult lack M St to In sure a thing colt Not res nsibleforacckfents JOHN S BAUGHMAN Plloou6S a Danville Ky IStanford KU SALE transact bUllne before Oambrupo Xiambruno Officers T e n BIJAKti J B OW8LKY Cashier W M BRIGHT Aint Oashlert Offlosrse J 8 nOOKEit Prest J J MCUOI1E11T8 Chr W H WEAKEN Dk- prDlrsotors 11 r Reid ilo B T Harris Stanford J B hooker Stanford W P Walton Lexlagton K L Tanner M D El mo re Stanford S H Bancnman Stanford T P Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J II Baucbman Stanford W P Tate Stanford Dorsey Golddust 12052 a by7IlcadltrapArabianFlorence by Golden Mlngo Chief a son of Morrgaohoneknown1A hand i walt MA H proenand Eastern hones combining all thequl ties for harness and and are la de preteDtoason IivlagcoImare parted with QUASI 2127 otAmerIcalIaval Natlonaux No 12863 Imp by 1 U prlleatParts Prance In 1S97P9 competing with 20 Colorbayhigh and weight 1350 pounds broodylookingform with unusual step and action Will make the present season at my farm livingcoltparted with ThebestREIDi