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A SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i s 1 VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAROH 20 1903 9AM NO6 I Whnt A Snooze Portends j to almost every laud civilized and uncivilized the oct ol sneezing li rol garded with moro or let tupcritltlon j There U an equivalent In nearly all languages for tho God bleu you of the Jrlth peasant when a person Amov ed to declare too pretence of a decided tickling onatlon In hie noilrlli Tort t able lalutation ID France U added some times the phrase and prciervo you from tho fate of Tycbo Qrabe who IB believed to have gotten rid of a death of cold by a single snces which killed him In England a regular formula It used hODCl for a with twice for a kill three tlmci for a letter and four time for a disappointment In Italy the salutation is limply Fe l i Helta or May you bo fortunate In India It li cuilotnary for one to say when one sneezes May you live and the reply rUDhLoDg life to you Should a Hindu chance to ino ze while ho U going through his peculiar ablu tlon practices In the Gauges ho t1III make a kind of sign over his face stop In the ritual and begin all overt again 1 In ancient times the Remini boldlng the Idea that nccxlng between noon and midnight was a good omen be I lleved that between midnight nod noqn It was most unlucky and If they should I chance tti neral while getting up la the morning they wouldiat once get into bed again There must be some thing In this especially on very coldI moroiogii but boys home for their hol Idayi are not at a rule lupertllltout andI UmlgaibedirUoult for them to Inv pram tbolr parent with a taring belief In this happy superstition The Germans say Good health be cause they maintain and not without reason that neccID1I1 arwarnlng of approaching catarrh and also marks the moment when a charm a with or a suggestion may drive It away The Persian go further In this Idea they say whatpraotloally amountstoThank God because they oonMder that the met 11 bat actually driven away tome ors ilrlt that has attempted to got In to a mans body to feed upon his sacred fire The people of tho Amatulu go even further than thlPjoto mperttltloa and arrive at the tttg of actual devil Ifor ship Nodwbi they wusM style It angel worship but thejithlng to whlcn tbee to called angel are supposed to lend therawlvcs put that hlgbtouDdlng name quite out of the iuettlon Their uncivilized familiar spirits are said to give tome Mgn when they are near and ablo to help their vo tines Andrew glehawritten to Prctldent Schurman of Cornell Unl vcrtlty offering to pay for tbo private filter plant contracted for by tbo col loge authorllloa The otter will prob ably be accepted It Is said that neither tide wants ar bitration In the Wabash railroad fight Well that coal strike arbitration has to cure anybody of tithearbitration bault The highest mountain In the moon I s at least 35000 feet that It 0000 feet higher than Mt Everett Mr Carnegie lave bo likes tall men hut men who are short teem to tako to Mr Carnegie M ttorct aro all havingpocketbooksopenThe and to aro the It takes 01 threads of the spider to- trlalln size one of the silk worm The Price of Pleasure It U hand for a lovely woman to forego the pleasures of the life which she was to and adorn She may have to be busy all tiny in office or In store yet she cannot deny herself the soda pleasures which are offered her Hut the fatigue is often too great for her and she auf fen from headache and backache oa a of overexertion Women who are tired and worn out will find a perfect tonic and in Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It cures backache and the other aches and pains to which women are subject It establishes regu larity dries weak drains heals inflammation anl- lulceratlonl1nll cures female weak ness Huiikcsweak women strong and sick womeil well fIt am 10 I PtyourInttructloni know what to forgtyeloll write loin Milo Dry ant of xota Thomas Co Oa I suffered much with great Mini in tIck and the tower of m IIomath and palpitation downh0oull that hardly at ottlesotNivonrltenPtiicriptioninItaclvie of Dr tierces r woman jSIck women especially those suffering dlteakS of long are filed to consult Dr by letter fret AU correspondence Is held lie strictly pri vote and confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y CRAB ORCHARD I Mlis Hettlo Harris it quite tick i Grip It visiting many homes hero Mr Dan Holman departed this lIfo Sunday last after weeks of intense suf fering from cancer of the stomach Ho was anxious and waiting for the sum mom All hit family wero with him In hit lat hours to minister to his ev cry want and make death teem easier Uti remains wero taken to hoc Lick I for burial Our out to IISunday nal home of rut to tho place that Jesus had gone to prepare for her and where the It now dwelling with all the loved ease gone before and their voices aro united In singing the tonga of tbo redeemed In Jesus Mrs Ward was one nf Crab Orchards oldest citizens bay Ins moved with her father Col Lind say from Virginia when the wat a child Here the grow to womanhood was married to Mr A F Smith of Virginia but at that time a oltlsin of Crab Orchard Ho prectded hor to the grave 18 years ago In I860 the married to Col II B Ward ol this place Uo also preceded her to the grave dying In 1801 Mrt Ward bad been a consistent member of the Dap tilt church since 1864 tbo year it was dedicated Her homo was a homo for tbo preacher of tbo gospel to long at she Kept house and until her health failed and year grow on her she lived up to her chrlitlan duties and prlvl Ilirei tier funeral was preached at the raildoncoof her titter Mrs M L Barrie bv Rev It B Mahonv assist cd by Rev 0 M Uuerifter which the body was burled beside her first hue hand In the old church yard Wo are grieved and weep not but should rather rejoice because we know she now mingles with the dear ones she loved to fondly Bad from whom the hid long been separated LANDSTOOKCROPS ETC At Samuel Crawford sale la Doyle corn brought e1 06 Canada old England 138000800 In butter and cheese last year Henry D Bsugbman told a pair of mules fn Danvlllu Monday for ISO WANTBU 75 steers that will weigh 700 pounds Hugh Thompson Chilian Jt y 2t K B Powell told to H A B Markt bury k Son 30000 pound of hemp at 6c straight Four young jacks for sale or trad for any kind of stock all threeyear olds M S Baugbman II II Beatley S Co told to Dr Deer of Pennsylvania a combined black mare by ned Squirrel for 1300 Bore ad crthemonli are coming I pretty well Hadnt you better adver the yours The season It at hand K B Powell bought of T P Gan a mule mare for 1125 and of Gcorg- RuUe Jr eight IMpound hogs at Ole FOR BALK Registered Berkshire- boar I Weighs 100 pounds oDd Is splendid Individual W C Shanks Stanford J T Mock bought of McAllister of Moreland a fine mare by Charles out of a dam by Ferguson at long price Advocate Oloyd Tandvk Co bought of Dr Simpson ft Bro 20 hoes at ftic of R W Hurt 25 at 6Je Baioum GarDen nine at 6ie Rev Ssndtdgo two at ta They sold lo Smith Nell 30 hogs at 5o Smith A Nell bought In let04lf county 150 hogs at 6 to fife of C S- Dell 175 at 5 to RJ of Ab Hamilton 16 cattle at lie Adalr News Tbe description and pedigreq of Dignity Dare the magnificent stallion boo longing to D S Carp ntor of HUMOH yule wilt appear next Issue This splendid piece ofiborta flesh hat win tared well and la now In the pink of condition He will stand at 8SM to In sure a living oolt wblob U dirt chaf considering the kind 6l colts tbat ha produoet Mr Carpenter had Daro worked In harness a short whit last fall when ho showed a 230 gait QU eon Projpiot owned by Mr Ed Carpenter will make a short season Prospect Is the coming three yearold which has attracted to much attention and for which Mr Carpenter baa refue ed a small fortune Wakeful Children For a long time the two ycar ofd child of P L JoPberson 69 tf 10th St Harrisburg Pa would sleep but two or three hours in the early part of the night which made it very hard for her parents Be mother concluded that the child ha etonnch trouble and gave her halt of ono of Chamlcrlaing Stomach and Liver Tab- r lets which quieted her stomach and she slept the whole night through Two box ca of these Tablets have effected a porn a nent euro and she Is now well and strong For sale by Craig A locker Weights of tbo elevator in the Jeffer son county courthouto loU injuring eight person two of them probably fa tally NEWS NOTESI Whltciburg Letcbcr county Is to havo a bank Mitt Nonnlo Turner was killed by a street car at Owcniboro I Tbcro aro seven cases of in a Negro family near Bowling GreoaITurner Bramol aged 70 killled County Judge Richmond Tutiey of Rowan hat been Indicted for ImatreaaDco John W Cand Matt It dead of heart disease- Si new hotel In Now York City has a capacity for 1200 guests nod employs 1800 servants Twelve deaths from hydrophobia have occurred In New York within the put six months Two women wero sent up or 10 tronilis for using Improper language on Brooklyn streets Stonewall Recie an L d N switch man was crushed to death while coup ling oars at G Jthrlo J L J Gram a blacksmith shot and killed his wife at Wautoma Wit and committed suicide Morrlt Evans died of smallpox near Flemlngtburg and many other onset of the disease are reported A freight train struck a furniture van at a Pltttburg crossing killing two men and Injuring two Tbo dead body of Warren Maddox was found near tho McBcnry mines ItI It supposed ho was assassinated Duncan Taylor one of tbo oldest and beltknown citizens of Hopkins county wa found dead titling in bit chair Joseph Leonard of Brooklyn died from a dote of chloride of potash given him by hit wife In mistake for salts Tbo elephant Jingo said to have been larger than Jumbo died at sea while being brought to this country Tbe 15yearold son of a director of the Dcutseha Bank at Berlin died from the elleot of a whipping Inflicted by his tutor Gov Peabody of Colorado has with drawn the troops sent to Colorado City March 3 on account of the big smelters strike there A mlonlgbt Bro at Adalrvlllc de ttroyod Cordllla saloon and mIle lIv- ery stable valued at 14500 with but 2000 Insurance One man was killed one fatally injured and a dozen more or less serious ly hurt by the collapse of a planing mill CincinnatieLeopold Lelit a brewery worker ot Cincinnati shot himself through the heart after making an unsuccessful at tempt to kill hit wife B C Carter shot and killed Minnie fiyeabullets loco his head reloading tbo weapon beforo bo could finish himself Coaaeatlc result of eating apples which had been poltoned with Paris green to bill rat llllnolaCentral between Loulsvlllo and Fulton Ky is said to be the most serious In the history of the road It was caused by the high water layaa track In Parkcrsburg over protest of the city council and citizens wore drenched with water by the Ore depart mont and put to light President Samuel H Spencer of tbo Southern railroad denies the story laeVMligAt the mapdor In whloh tbo re port was started and call the author to aooouol William Claud goals local cornmer elal agent of the Cotton Belt railroad and highly prominent In railroad cir ales was sped dead In hU room In a hotel In Atlanta Ho was formerly from this Slat- eTbefirit National flank of Florida at Jaclctonvllle was closed by a nation al beak examiner It Is announced tbat the entire oapltal and surplus has been Ime paired arc estimated at 8375000 Dr B O McKee was found dead In his stable at Bdwardsvlllo Ill and his brother Charles dying Thev had ta ken morphine It Is believed Dr Mo KM ended his life to avoid the disgrace of a charge of criminal assault and his keenlydiedGrip Remedies GreatDemand When colds and grip aro prevalent the quickest and surest remedies are in great demand Mr Joseph D Illlllams of veryQr r using Chamberlains Cough Remedy cite try Ing several other preparations with no effect For salo by Craig it Hooker Ah my little moo bow many broth OrB and sisters have you I dunno I only been gain to school a year an I cant count clatter If its a bilious attack take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets nda quick recovery is certain For sale by Craig Hocker HUSTONVILLE Mrs John S Gooclo Is down with tbo gripBud Gibonyaod wife of Liberty aro visiting tbo family of Rud McCormsck our new groceryman Doc Dryok Co have just returned from Pulaskl whore they bought a carload of high grads Southern horses Grip Is with us and with It espec ially this season In our section are all the discomforting allies that are the greatest foes of life J W Allens arrival In town recent ly with a string of bass and newllgbla has created the annual fishing fever about 30 days earlier than usual Fred Goode ono of our local blacksmith and wagon makers has sold out to Rutherford Lair who will coutin uo the boslnctt at the old stand Mrs Amanda Carton aged 09 died at 1 oclock Tuesday at the Careon homo Tbo funeral services wero conducted by tbo Rev Vaught of Dan vllle at the Christian church Wedoee pay afternoon Emmett McCormack has bought the interest of R S Tucker In the grocery firm of McCormaok S Tucker and moved tbo stock into the storeroom occupied by James Fryo The style of the firm will be E McCormack Son Mrs Charles Wheeler is back from Cincinnati wbqre she bought lots of millinery Mrs W M Myers has bought a stock of Spring and Summer millinery and will open a store for the display and sale of It over Wcatberford S Myers Tbo gale of horses here for the last week was about 30 Tbe most prom cent was a fine walk trot mire sold by George Alford to T M Galttklll for 8800 acd a high acting sorrel horse for 1200 Lyon d Myers sold same party two bay gelding and a bay mare for 11260 The others sold were Southern horses at fair prices for that grade It goes without saying tbat the West End Is the horse mart ot our county Our sales for the past two weeks amount to over 00 and the prices range from 1800 down to 1 03 and still our supply Is BU decent to double this number for the coming month Died on Saturday night Mrs J Hen ry Nall aped 54 The period of lllneaa was brief and death was very sudden In a measure unexpected and was due to heart failure superinduced by grip Sbo leaves a sister and two brothers Evan and Joe Doling all residents ol Boyle where sbo was raised besides a husband and one daughter the wife of Wm Moran together with many frloada to mourn her untimely death She was a consistent member of tho Christian church and surelywon a battle without material weapons Rev G W Mills officiated at the funeral service In an earnest and Impressive ceremony assisted by tbo local quar- tette Misses Lena and Rosa Yowell returned from Florida alter a delightful slay of several months Prof Davie and wife of Mlddloburg College wero vI iting friends and relatives hero thin week Harry Shader of Springfield a commercial pilgrim who joined tbeI floe fur excursionists from here Loulsvlllo last weak left tho party atI Sbopherdsvlllo very suddenly upon hearing that his best girl was married While there bo took tho first boat up Salt River The young man was told that she had married only to guy him Capt Chas Hlgdoo of Loretto who was a member of Company C 4th Ky Vol Inf for four years and rendered distinguished sorvlM with that famous regiment was the guest of W R Williams oPAINT LICK Most evory ono at this place attended the Poyntt Slier trial at Lancaster Mra ioe Arnold of Richmond spec t Saturday with her slater Mrs Adams Mrs Mottle Ely Is in Louts vllle buying her spring goods The general merchandise Arm of Samuel Joseph and R L Jennings has been dissolved by mutual consent Jennings continuing the business Rev Pike of Brodhead was hero on Friday en route to Glleud to preach Saturday and Sunday Rev Pike has been pastor at that place for 10 years Tbo Leaf neighborhood two milee west of hero hat succeeded In getting a district school with Hugh Mcrrav Wm Cottrell and Mr Smith as trus tees Mies N nnlo Summa who has been vleltlngher aunt Mrs Battle Putting has returned to her home In Rich mond Mill Ellibilh Best Is quit tlolr MUsesElli and Ellubsih Smith NeviusrIn Richmond this week Mlle Mottle Thompson who has been spending soy oral dove with bar slater Mrs R L Jennings has returned to her home In Lancaster Miss Royston a charming young lady of Lexington Is vlalllng the MUses Campbell laToo passengers were injured a wreck on the Monoa railroad sea Frankfort led c I4t iilm 04 A io A6 + IbC + +JJj tIftThe tailor that charges you 5000 fort your give Sou more than we give you nN fir X2000or X2500 but he wont give you 1140 s twentyfive dollars dvortll more nor the half ofit ofhighclassi11hn t x your inspcction tI t- xt + IT PAYS TO TRADEATV k THE GLOBE N +rMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Itt Your money back it youre not satisfied IT D Danville Ky I+ f 4 + iY J e t + 9I 1 bi J A t GARDEN SEEDS i We have an IMMENSE stock of garden seeds both in bulk and package Wo have Burpees and Ferrys in bulK and Ferrys in pacitage Sweet Peas Nasturtian White nice pop corn and the best varieties of early corn in bulk Plenty of yellow white and hill onion sots Come early while you have full stock to select from Also good stock of northern seed potato earliest varieties ofVsecond crop Higgins MKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Who Shall Fill 111 sra lss There 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 weigh against it When you do this we snail expect to servo 1 you When we fill your prcscriptiion every hug that e111i ters into it has tho exact potency the physician desires 1 Our charges arc just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store IKy cJarEyesAre constantly changingland to guard against badly fitting Lenses you should Have Them Tested 1 eAt loast once a year If your glasses have become scratch edby frequent wiping dont endanger your eye sight by using them They should be changed as soon as you dont sec ra6well as you used to through them TRIYFORDCrEdg WB McROBERTS THE DRUGGISTr Asks a continuance of lyour patronage during 1903and thanks you forJ your liberal dealings of tll year Just closed ssets J rt1t Fresh Drugs at Pricesthat axe Rigniv cf r i y Ir THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON HENRY M BOSWORTH It a canlUite for State Treasurer subject to the rrl miry election May 9 190 and tollclti the lurrort all democrats H H HENNINGER 01 WarDe County In candidate for State Treaa orer lubltct to the action of the Democratic prty J F HOLDAM- Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for CIr cult Clerk of Lincoln county subject to the cllon of the rally t i M F NORTH- Is a can lsale for the Democratic nomlnatte for Representative of Lincoln county Subject to tht action of the party J M ALVERSON Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rer resentatlvt of Lincoln County subject to the action of be party Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD e For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR frASUMMARY of the life loiurao in the United States prepared by The Spectator chows assets aD 4thefirst of January aggregating 12 100148473 an Increase for tho year of 8187778100 and the surplus over all liabilities amounted to 29562976 The payments to policy holders were very nearly 200 million dollars and tho total amount of Insurance was uotmue less than nine billions an increase of nearly ono million during the year In the last five years the amount of teem ante in forco has Increased 53 per ceo Tneio figures relate to ordinary but ness Industrial Insurance in force ODI January 1 amounted to 1130516407 an increase of 64 per cent In five yean These figures arestriking evidences ofI prosperity alto some peoplo TIE secretary of the Thomas Jetfei son Memorial Association of tho Unite States has tent a circular letter tb tbo theatrical managers of the country asking them to give to the Jefferso memorial fund one per cent of the gross receipts of the performance ofI Monday April 13that date being the 160th anniversary of the author of tho Declaration of Independence Josepl Jefferson the actor hai written a letI ter warmly approving of the sugges lion and other actors have as warmlyI accepted It IT Is a comfort to reflect that con sumption has decreased 39 5 per cent l In its death records since 140 Pneu t mania may be more devastating or not I but it can never have the dread to Ita name that consumption has had for pneumonia is a disease which usuallj yields to scientific treatment and the reslstence of a good constitution but consumption Is natures worst treachery to humanity The battle has beet long against it but the results show al lilt AT tbe Jackson Day banquet by be Iroquois Club at Chicago Congreisma DeArmand of Missouri declared a presidential candidate could only bo taken from among those who have log ally supported the party in 1896 and 1000 Of course Any other will not bt considered nor would he stand a ghost of a chance if nominated The rank and file will never approve of honoring a traitor WHEY a fellow sets his bead on kill log himself about the belt thing to do is to let him go and do it Jacob Brunn iJofIowa City la determined to kill himself and this Is the way he did it He loaded a gun with a three cornered rile Sod the trigger being broken plac eft the butt of the gun in the stove and the muzzle against hit breast and wait ed for the heat to fire the weapon The lit file went through his heart II THOSE of us who have read Emmett t O Logans crisp and good editorials for a score of years regret that his cant nectlon with tbo Louisville Times will sever May 1 The brilliant writer Is l going to his farm down In Warren t county to raise corn wheat tobacco Cain etc fSPEAKING of Gov McCreary a special says The new Senator from Kentucky 11democratlo long legislative experience placo In the democratic is thoroughly In touch with what Is going on J IT pays to be a saloon smasher and make a rep Carrlo Nation sold a bus I loess building In Kansas City last week for 80500 cash It was built and pal I r t for by Mrs Nation with the proceeds of her lecture tours In the East BASING their belief on the doubtful logic that two wrongs make a rlghtth t Western Ice Manufacturers Aiiocla o ti tlon has declared that the high price oft 4 coal Justifies an Increase In the price of leo J GOOD Lancaster letter this Issue I j 1 Ilrae 4yl l IA WOMAN la Indiana has Just beea awarded 19000 for having a kiss takoD forcibly At that rate she could afford to let the fellow have eeyeral more and say nothing about It- POLITICAL ExOov David It Francis of St- Louis denies tho report that be Is a candidate for president Toledo republicans have nomInated John W Dowd for mayor and Samuel M Golden Rule Jones has anDouDcod that he will make his fourth race as aD Independent candidate Tbo House of the Missouri LClrlala turo has pasted the bill prohibiting tbe sale or giving away of cigarettes cla rette wrappers or cigarette papers to persons under 18 years of age Abram S Renlck is the first man to put up his money as a candidate berore the democratic primary May 0 fi- Renlck It from Clark county and Is a candidate for Lieutenant Governor The concluding arguments in tho Beckbam eligibility and Meacham ID junction cases In the Court of Appeals wore made yesterday by Judge Lewll McQuown and Col W C P Breckl ridgeMr Money of Mississippi dlscuued the race question during a speech before the Senate on the Indianola poit office affair He declared Mr Roosevelt Is not the president of AmericaI but tho president of the black beltI and that he has won the hatred of thoI peoplo of the South The Panama canal treaty was ratlI Oed by the Senate by a vote of 73 to 5- Tholo Senators voting in the negative were Daniel and Martin of Virgin Jorgan and Pettui of Alabama aDd roller of Colorado The treaty was not changed in any particular from tho form in which It first came before tho ienatoThe president withdrew the appointment of William Pllmley to bo assle aDt treasurer of the United States In barge of thosubtrcasury at New York- Ho then appointed Bamllton Fish of Now York the appointment being cor rmed by the Senate The withdraw al of Pllmleys name followed an Invei gallon made by the treasury department of charges against him President Roosevelt has prepared to swing the circle on a magnlficen sale He will leave Washington Aprl 1 going direct to Chicago Severa days will be spent In Yellowstone Park- aid the President will attend tho St- outs Exposition dedication exercise o April 30 He will then again star West touching New Mexico and Art ZODa on the way to the Pacific coast The Northern route will be taken on the return trip and Washington wl1- be reached June 5 There will boI leech making throughout the trip IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Robert Briicoe died near Parks vllle of consumption Mrs Fannie Coyle aged 73 died 01 ralvsls at Richmond Mrs Mary Smith Is dead In the Wblte Hall section of Madison Green Hays Is In jail at Williams bur charged with assaulting an Imbe leJoseph Ramp who was shot at Parli bv Capt Frank Webb died of hli wounds Mrs Moue Adami died at Park vllle- and was interred in the cemetery al meatier A suit Is on In court at McKee In- wblch the price of a pint of turnip seed Is tbe issue Involved A mountain editor announces that ho- w11 publish obituary notices of his de asqd friends with great pleasure John B Thompson Is thinking aerl- oUlly of removing Old Fort Distillery from Harrodsburg to Jefferson county Secretary Henry C Bright has en gaged the celebrated News Boys Band of Louisville to make the musk for- the Danvlfto Fair Perry Nolan and Harry F Durkin two young men of Lexington have bought out a printing plant at Somerset They were formerly connected with the Transylvania company The Cllfty 011 Co drilling pn Fish In 1 Creek six miles northwest of 8om erlet struck oil of fine quality at a- depth of 381 feet Subjected to a bail- Ing test the well Indicates a production of 25 barrels a day Work on the foundations of the new tidings at the State school for tho- deaf at Danville will begin in a few- daYI nearly all of the excavating bavI- Djt been finished Three buildings to COlt 160000 are in process of erection two dormitories and a powerhouse The fourstory brick block known as tbe Plnoyllle Hotel building at Pine vl1e recently owned by the National Coal and Iron Co was purchased by D B Logan William Ayers DrTR- amley T J Asher and H Brough toD who It Is said will beautify the rounds and make a firstclass hotel of I THIS AND THAT Three murderers sawed out of the aahvlllo fail Frye S Allen bought the 60 hogs sold at Mllledgevllle by the sheriff yeetor day They paid 0 35 Will Cecil was killed and Sheriff Frank Hughett was mortally wounded In a flight at Pine Knot A posse of 100 men from Anderson county surrounded a deserted house ID Nelson county and arrested Proctor Taylor and his brother who are accus ed of having stolen a number of horses Tboy wore heavily armed bet had no chaDce to resist flu LANCASTER J W Welt who hoe been appointed special night police Is rendering excellent service The grand jury adjourned on Wed neiday returning 20 Indictments prln clpally for misdemeanors Wo are enjoying summer beat In this section and grass and wheat are as far advanced as they wero In Ma last year It has been said that Senator Deboe will live in history as it will bo Bald of any ordinary man who goes to the Son ate that he Is the most Ignorant maD ever elected to servo in that body ex cept Deboe Marshal S D Rbthwell has nrrested seven colored men and a white man aD tbo charge of selling liquor uDlawfullt Trials will tako place on the 31 The town ia so dry that a fire couldnt bo checked If ono should break out Lancaster Is proud of her school her churches the rich agricultural country surrounding her her fair women nDd brave men but site la ashamed of ber battlerow her rubber necks and ber tattlers who have as little regard lor the truth as a heathen has for the lane tuary of God In a mountain town a crowd In a barber shop was discussing raldl which had been made on whisky diver when the barber who was shaving SeD itor Farris a stranger to him laId This troublo all comes from the Farris law and ins author of it ought to have hldn throat cut Farris kept quiet a the cold steel was already OD bit throat On Sunday night Eld A R Moore reached his farewell sermon at tho Christian church To ibow their ap ireclatlon of Bro Moore the other nlnltters did not have services but at ended his mooting The church wal rowded and a general lovo feast Wat njoyed On Sunday morning Suede icbool Superintendent H A D larktbury spoke with much feelini ID behalf of the school concerning tbo aluable aid rendered by Mr Moore OD Monday night a farewell reception wal given at the church when the er Itlro community expressed regrets over ae departure of Eld Moore and his xcallent wife and wished them abut daDt happiness In their new home Blr ilngbam Ala The woods aro full of candidates for Stato olllcet I would make a slai but the people might break It Trick are not so easily played at the poll as they are In conventions but even In a- invention a chairman cannot be elected out of regular order ctpeclall when he doeinl get a majority of tho legated votes neither can the rul IDIOtI of the proper chairman be declared void unites an appeal it taken to- the convention and carried by a major- Ity vote These are cardinal print plel and by them the chairman of tbl judicIal district committee alone had the power to act at Danville and hi illngs are bound to prevail So it lafe to predict that tho State Centra ommlttee will declare Judge SauQe aDd J 3 Owiley the nominees of tba invention In the circuit court Clerk J W amllton assisted by Tom Wberritt Jailer Rots Sheriff Lawson with bll ipullei and all the other officers or- tbe court are rendering efficient lervi cel Tbe following have been sentenc ed to the penitentiary Jack Johnson ItraDd larceny two years Buck Burn Ilde colored cutting and wounding ODe year Pearce Carpenter hog nealI- DJI one year The case against J C Silerfor killing Dr Poynlz at Pain LIck was called on Tuesday M F- Rout was appointed to summons 60- men from the county to bo examine as jurors The testimony was beget on Wednesday afternoon and the case II in progress today Thursday Doth families are prominent and a deep in rest li manifested The defense I presented by Col W G Welch Hon R H Tomllnaoo MesirtJ M Roth well J T Have and L L Walker the Commonwealth by State Attorney 0818Y County Attorney J I Hamll ton Gov Bradley Messrs Robert ardlng W I Williams J E Robin laD W MeG Johnson DANVILLChsrlare had 12- very fine sheep and several lambs kill ed by stray dogs Logan Donny suffer ed a severe sprain of his right leg whllo engaged in breaking a YOUD- Jhorse A letter received by Mr H E ooltolk from Congressman Gilbert contalDs official notice of the order es blltblng freo mall delivery In Dan- v1le beginning June let The Dan vllle Order of Elks has made arrange mODh for an elegant reception at Its- club house on the evening of April 0- John Durham a brakeman on the L d N shot and severely wounded Holtoi White a colored man while the trains stopping at Parksville Advocate It Saved His Leg- P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga luf- tered for six months with a frightful run nlng sore on his leg but writes that Buck- leol Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five- daYI For Ulcers Wounds Piled it le tho best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by all druggists 1 Attorney General Pratt has Instructed Auditor Coulter that be should payer to Capt C C Calhoun the 171 11735 which he claims at his fee for- Ihi services in collecting for Kentucky tbe war claim GRAND LEADERS 1 SPRING GREETINGS Wo have tho largest and finest stock over carried under ono roof in Lincoln county Wo have been receiving goods on ovary freight until wo have tho grandest assortment that monoy could buy Every atlclo selected with grout unto Our prices are always right as low as possible for good quality Wo ask you to inspect this stock Just In the llnost lino Mens and Boys clothing mode from the hand made amf Kahn Dryfus ft Co Those two lines are tho host in tho business Prices on Krioh bnuras hand made suits from 20 to e5 Kahn Dryfus ft Cos lino mens suits from ell to W Boys fine suits from 810 to fclCQ WHite Department We are showing the largest lino of Piques Oxfords morsor lied llgured and dote Leto Weave Paris India Lluon Morserlzml Damasks Ktc A large anti varied line to sole t from In our Dross Goods department wo are showing Now Ktamlno at We yard Now Mohairs at 35 60 nnd joo yard Narrow checked Mohairs at COo yard Melroso in nil colors at COo per yard A PRICE Burgeon uptodato of celebrated Krlchbaum Dress Organdies Cotton carpos from yard Our Ribbon department in overflowing with bright now rib bons all shades colors kinds and widths Ladles and Mans Fine Shoes Wo carry only tho best make Fine Pat Viol Ladle Shoos French plain too Nina Kid toI price 130 Fine hand French shoo high e4 Price W other kinds ranging in price from joo to ili Child reds shoes of aU kinds Lot us shoo you at a small price Ladles Dross Skirts wo have anything you want Price from 81 to 16 each 0 New line wide band trimmings tho newest just In Our Line of Table Linen and to match are flno values The Grand Leader MATRIMONIAL Elza B Manuel aged 20 and MU Tea James sweet 10 were made one WednesdayNed aged sixteen years and Mils Beetle Burnt aged twelve jcar of Petersburg Ky were married- A tong Island magistrate has decld cd a man has a legal right to spank hit wife when she stays out alter 10 oclock at night But right docint al ways make might A Vienna newspaper report tho en gagementof Mlit Pauline Aitordaugh tel of William Waldorf Astor to Joe net Bratlanor the Roumanian Minister of Foreign AJtalri Milt Lonlo Morris and F C Clark and Miss Mattie Creaiy and C W Croker were married by tbo tame cere mony at Franklin K T F Jones aClciatlng When asked to obey Mill Morrli refused This puzzled the preacher and Mr Clark bad to agree to take her without the promise She It a pretty bride 10 yeara old end Mr Clark Ii only 20 Tom Pence boughtcar load of hog for May 15 delivery at 6e MILLINERY reamJust returned from the city witU n complete line of SPRING and SUMMERMILLINERY Miss Ada Crim from In diana trimmer Come And See Us Mrs G Singleton Hemp Seep For Sale A limited amount of strictly nice clean cultivated Uemp need of late Importation for tale and lermt aildreM BANKS HUDSON Lancaiter Ky POSTED I We whose names appear below positively forbid hunting trapping or trespassing In any way on our land will prosecute to the ull extent of the law person guilty of uch Mike IBiter Mike Katbauner Mat bow Drloiler and Cbrlitlan Drleiler DR P WI Carter- DENTIST Kentucky Office In Myors House Flats Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard Tor Bargain Fresh of Groceries and Oakes Etc just received Highest market prices for flutter Eggs c Qlre him a call S Dentist Stanford Ky Goods Muslin Stanford OHeoTrUoXotMrUDrni Uxsle7 I II P CARPETS and MATTINGS New figured taintless mattings 12icyd warp mattings worth 35o at23o Fine line ingrain prices 25o to COo per hwl turn Ladles Kid heel all Napkins that Rev line Intee The now hand purges in all it from 25o to 81 oauu 109tNew Metal hulls Pins Veal IilarJo CLEAN UPJIAND niry YOUIWFLF SOMK FINE NIEe- A Furtiture Carpets China and Japanese Mattings Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames QJc Wenro In a position to save you money and toady to convince yow of tho facts Our lines em brace some of tho bolt things In tho market Calliand see u- sWITHERS FURNITURE OMPANYJ LAMP tt SALE 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 niceIIIlamp atawholesaleprice CEO He FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky ALL o Sorts of pretty jewelry is the vogue Many novelties have been added Come in and see the latest in JowelryWatches- Clocks t and Silverware Absolutely no misrepresentation t weH MUELLER StanfordI MENS SHOES 350 buys a pair Eclipse Shoes We have n fnll stock of the new Spring styles made flomAPut Colt Vici Kangaroo and Box Calf just in In buying shoes yon want style fit and wear These goods have all Every pair warranted No trouble to show so call and see our stock We E PERKINS CrabI Orcl1ard- Ky j i j J I j J jj f 5 ll M i y 1 y 5 f t j Vi i V THEtWelsh Wiseman COMPANY Danville Ky iORil t1 M Spring Afterhave the pleasure to announce that our entire New Spring Stock of Dross Goods Silks ReadyMade Suits Carpets Hugs Furniture and Ladies Shoes Is now all in and waits your inspection eoilargeevery article up to tho high standard of quality wo have nl ways maintained New and novel ideas of the very latest New York and Paris Fashions are prominont throughout Qvcry line A visit to our store at this time will prove most pleasant and profit able ns we are showing n groat many special stylos and val uos that it will bo impossible to duplicate later Your alien lion is directed this week to the follo- wingTailorMade Suits and Skirts TnfTela and Pomi dSoie Silk Cots beautifully trim mod 12 60 trimmedjto 830 NewTailorod Suits double Jfp on jacket Inlieta- trimmed andslitolicdSIIk lined spoafal nluo16 00 Finer Suits in loam nos nod ChevioW 1750 to 15 00 New Walking Lend Skirts black colors 400 to 10 00 New Dross Skirts in Klnminos voiles And Granite Cloths unlined and silk drowned 500 to 35 00 Dress o s Silks eWeshown in years comprising nil the newest weave such asj Voiles Elaminos Granite Cloths English Twines Clmllicg and Mohair Sicilians in black and colors 46 inch Mohair Sicilians in navy and blnoklc yd 40inch Shepherd Checks and Dotted Mohairs 50c yd 40inch Ktamines in Cronin Navy and Black GOc yd 46 inch French Voiles in nil colors anti blaok100 to 125 3000 yards of New Wash Silks best qualily for Waists and Shirt Waist SuitR39cand 45c yd New Habulai Printed Silks in neat dots and figures on navy and white grounds nl40c and 59c yd 36 inch Black Taffeta Silk wear gunrnnteedl00 yd Laces and Embroideries Our Lace Stook is really n marvel for a town of this sire would do credit to any largo oily store Beautiful ass sorlmcnt of patterns in the new all Linen Antique anti Cluny Laces now eo popular for dress trimmings Also eomo choice dcslgni in tho now Paraguay and Mexican Laces from 5c to 450 yard Carpets Rugs Mattings 100 Smiths Bttt Mojriuotlo Hugs largo size regular price 250 our special price 185 50 Extra Quality Smyrna Hugs 200 Large assortment room sizo Hugs in Wiltons Axmin stern and Sorampores at 1250 to 1000 Extra super all wool Carpets 50o and up New China anti Japanese Mailings lOo to 50o yard FurnitureIOur Now Spring Stook of Furniture is now complete in every delflil and we are showing somo of the very best values in ned Hoom Suites Sideboards Dining Tables and Chairs of ovary description to bo found in tho Grand Hnpids market Ladies and Misses Fine Shoes Our Shoo Department is now filled to overflowing with tho new stylo Shoes Slippers and Oxfords for Spring 190a Special vales this week 72 pnirs Ladies Kid Lace Shoos all widths and sizes at 250 pair andResizes sWoiDanville Ky 11 j i i j j 5 J j i l i i iI r d is j i S 1 J a S i s i i S j i tt f t J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAR 20 1003 In filling your prescriptions wo UBO proportloas ppricecyfl Drujr Store PERSONALS MR K L TANNER of McKinney Is Ill of trIp Nit JOHN BRACKETTls out after a protracted Illness MR J C CORMINY who has bee n 111 for some time Is out agate MIL E D POWELL wife and pretty baby of Huetonvlllo were hero Tueatday liON W P TIIORNB candidate for lieutenant governor wag hero Wednesday Mns H C DAUOHMAN of Button vllle was the guest of her mother Mra WrayCAIT T T HEDOER Is hero looking after his race for Commissioner of Ag riculture PROP M D DCGIIES and Judge J C Hempblll of Lancaster were here WednesdayMR TANNER JR of Spokane Wash spent several days with isle par ante at McKlnney R L HUDDLE came back from Leba non yesterday where he bought a yearling jack for 1300 MRS Q T LACKEY of St Louts Is hero on a visit to her parents Judge and Mrs J W Alcorn upfromfather Mr Dan Dolman yestereldayAND have rented a farm near Walton Boone county and have gone over to look of ter It I Tuedapcr Mr George S Shelby at Ponca City O T blfamilys bill which has undergone decided Im provements WBATIIERFORDSallla Hustonvllie spent Wednesday with Mrs W O Speed MRS GEO B PRCITT of Moreland etayInSpring and Summer millinery Miss MOLLIE BROOKS writes from Crab Orchard that she and her mother are at homo after a delightful visit to her brother Mr John Brooks at AL lento oft I Mrs Minnie Jennings also of Paint Lick meet Tuesday night with Mrs John Eogleman MR W R CCNDIFF orders his pa per chauged from Klngsvllle to Somer not where he has opened a restaurant We are sorry to loose him and his good wife from the county TilE Confederate Memorial Assocla InvitedJudRedress at the May Day exercises thenand be will accept If his business will permit him LOCALS Let Frank Adkins fix your umbrella BEST Northern seed potatoes A B Florence NEW YORK seed potatoes onion sets and garden seeds at John Bright Jr 1 Gos engageisevening FOR the next 30 you buy a Sewing Machine of A B Florence on the Installment plan VfB will have a 1eof patter hate on display In a few days Call In and see them Misses Straub WE have several good large farm mules and mares that we will tell very cheap J B Baugbman it Co MISS SACRAY will be In the Stanford gallery Monday next 23rd and will bo glad to watt on those desiring work NEW shirt waist sets center pieces montmollc embroidery carnation braid and colored linens just In John P Jones GRAPE Arbor posts wire fence posts posts and railing post Shingles box log fencing and framing for sale by H J McRoberts DROWNEDWm Johnson colore- of Crab Orchard was drowned la D river while fishing yesterday The body has not been found Tim ladles of the Baptist church will set a splendid dinner In the Owsley storeroom next to McRoborta drug store next court day Admission 25o TUB Lincoln County National nook Is being beautified Inside and out by paint and paper It will look like a metropolitan business house when Rob crt Lewis gets through with It WITU the maximum temperature 75 and the average 23 above normal yesterday was a record breaker It also brought out the follow who asks la It warm enough for you which Is the worst feature of tho case CARSON do PENCE have just received a carload of the latest style Columbus buggies PlymouthRockCarpenter Stagford 2t LINE of Sewing Machines just re calved Stop and look at them and get rices A B Florence WE have the prettiest stock of dress toads over shown In Stanford Come aDd sec John P Jones MONEY Trustee of the Jury Fund Penny received a draft yesterday fcr jury service of the February term of court and Is readyto disburse the man op THE Crab Orchard Banking Co has notified its stockholders that the re maining 50 per cent of the capital stock must bo paid on or before April 16thWANTEDA e man of wide acquaint onto and good address Can make from 13 to 85 per day by addressing R E Smith 16 E Main St Lexington Ky No canvassing 2h I TilE next show to hold the boards at Waltons Opera House is The Folks Up Willow Creek which will be pre sented by Frank Davidsons strong company on April 28 MR A P HUN bought of Will Hocker his stock of goods and will con tinue the business at the old stood on iofJAMES PARKER theNegro who ebotIlecture at the colored Methodist church tonight oc How I tried to Save the resident MRS BROWN b areturned from Cin cinnati with a selection of highclass millinery Opening will be announced LamenoaIml n groom tf THELadles Aid Society of the Chris ciao church will have for sale In the Severance Store room on Saturday before Easter April 11 numerous good things to eat They will also servo Ices and cake to those who desire It tf l TUE wife of Robert Y Ballard of the Waynesburg section was adjudged Insane here Tuesday and her brother Mr G T Goocb Jr took her to Lake land that day She bad been in bad mental condition for several months TO my friendsdesire to thank you one and all for your kind ogee to me and my husband during bis four years of blindness and especially your acts of kindness during the last two months of his life Mrs Bottle Caldwell OCR Crab Orchard letter tells of the death of Mr Dan Holman of that place There were few if any better men In Lincoln county than be was and hIs death carried sorrow to the heart of every one who knew the excellent gentleman A OENTLEMAN who wanted to econ omlze stopped his paper while we were at Danville Monday On Wednesday morning we received the following card from him Cant do well without the INTERIOR JOURNAL Send me a copy twice a week until I countermand the order TilE SITUATION Luther Wllkln caughtdleBled Tuesday Mrs Mobley stepmother of Mr Mobley aged 72 is the only now case reported Dr Bailey ylslts the patients who live near Mt Salem dally and Is doing all In his power to prevent a spread of the loathe some disease- S MILLER Mrs Sallie Miller aged 69 died at the home of her brother Judge J M Phillips In Kansas City Saturday and was burled there Mn Miller loft Stanford the middle of No vember and was then In a very feeble condition many thinking she could not stand the long trip She was a very accomplished good woman and her ma ny friends hero and elsewhere sorrow In her taking away correspondme are work leg overtime In their efforts to make the outside world think that Lincoln county Is full of smallpox There are only three cases In the county and they are to the Mt Salem section 17 miles ledIxthe way we have seen nothing in tbo Danville or other papers about a Ceo tral University student having a well developed case of tho loathsome rile ease AFTER months of suffering ROOd old Mrs W J Carson phased Into the great beyond Tuesday and she waa burled In the Hustonvllie cemetery Wednesday afternoon In the presence of a large concourse of sorrowing friends A cancer of the face was her trouble and the suffering she endured was great Indeed Being a model Christian woman however she mur mured not but bore It all believing It was lair the best Two children sur vlve Mrs Carson Mra Dayton and Mr J K Carson 7- e S j j t Q Q I t j NSWSTYLES IN SPRING SUITS Tim celebrated H II Cos Uunion Made Clothing Hand Made Button Holes Close Fitting Lapels and Patent Shape retaining Coat Fronts We have all the NEWEST PATTERNS AND THE MOST CORRECT CUTS Como in and try on a Suit to see how our Clothing will fit y- ouCummins McClarV r SPRINGGOODS Coming in almost every day Ladies Shoes and Slippers liens Shoes Shirts and Mats have arrived Look at the STYLESanti let us price them to yon We are here to show them annst ss Terms Cash HJMRoberts Corns ann See Mew Ws The are right in style and right in price Handsome Silks Fine Etamines New Mohairs Fine Broadcloths Imported White and Fancy Oxfords Silk Ginghams Largo Pearl Bullons New Neckwear Kid Gloves EmHroidery and Lace Medallions Wrist Bags Combs and Hair Pins We are showing a big line of Ging hams at 15c and the patterns are choice Lot of Percales 1012 l2c go at 712c Lot Zephyr Ginghams usually sold at 1c our price 7 l2- cSEVERANCE A SON iGot ANT WHERE Strawberry Plants For Sale II I traberryplant Early lIaYelland40c per 100 as long as they last J L JOHNSON Klngsvllle Ky R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Offlc over HIgjjiM 4 McKinnejs SlotsI Telephone No 01 I x LOOK At things everywhere but como to me when you want to buy Groceries because I Intend to give the greatest values possible All my goods are elected with great care I also look at many things but purchase nothing that does not comp up to my standard and tboie who havo long favored me with their trade know my standard Is high Indeed When you wish to tee and to purchase nice fresh Groceries Fruits c Intact most everything good come to J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Ky u l FOR RENT byWmSoveranceJ n OWSLEY MYHANDiSurgeon Stanford Ky Office at J R Beailevs Livery Stable iw THEJHTFRIORIODRHAi Entered n the pott offlce at Stanford at ttondclatt wafe- rhablSahaTu dey9 wdFxida7A- T tiFERYEARCASHOT Wen not lopaldaaOO will bechirgtd t KNOXVILLE DIVISION Ifr 02CTra1ncoIDcNOM1I4sI01a II 7 DY21Npm a 01 rlTHEInfirmar all the year for the treatment ot Ilurglcaland chronic dliomes and for con Hoard and nursing shall be CAsh and monthly ProfeweeklyIn advance rendered bills sine when services aro ItIlonal tpaid promptly 1iboney Jeffries Llvory Food 6k Salo Stable Liberty Kyi It Drummers RIgs A specialty libgb sold Grado- f Feed horses and Mules bought hones receive personal attention j At M BOURNE1 Ky ILancaster County He in work price Wrlto to him I TraHor JiC- Cg la Whisky Brandy Wines Beer Giflars Etc Carpenter KY Closelto DepotnPrtIIIrl1Io1 polllt lMau Nteingbutthebes orderpdat p1oe cr tdegnpA prompt attestbn- e tRee t XIfGTOl D8ffiOClRltC JS the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region fi Subscription Price 55 a Year It I especially devoted to the interests of the Democratic party und gives alt the news without fear or favor t W P Walton Editor Prori 4 I Lexington Ky I t MRS L S ADAMS or Unheston Ttsrut Wine of Cardul U Indeed a bltsslng- to tired womyi suffered for seven years with weakness and bear pains and having tried tev t enl doctors different remedies with no success Wine of Cardul the thingwhlth helped me 1waseventually cured me U teemed to up the weak 1 the system and correct Irregularities By tired women Mrs Adams rowans nervuu women who Lave disordered uteny falling of the womb ovarian troubles or of these ailments thnt Women have You can cure yourself at home with 1 this gmat womens remedy Wino of Cardui Wino of whichcured thousands of widoctors luvefaileiltobeneiit AllI not begin to get mil today have 8100 bottles For I Janystomach liver or bowel disor Thedfords Black Draught t should be used- Foradnc JIIi1 u wLe7etmavalnrMa TIM natnoaaflO toeauTho T WINEOFCARDIqJ a A KER HAIR DALSAM- Cltuo ud txMtinu U rourlnlgrowthee y Curt ll rlfpIJ Touthfai r Labs nrrlu Mason HotelM- RS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng first class Porters meet all trains 89 WOOL WHNTED I I will pay the highest mar ket price for 50000 pounds of Wool Call and get sacks J H BooNE Livery Feed and Salo Stable Depot St Stanford Ky J+ G+ MCGL1LulY UNDERTAKER EUBALMER And De lear In W TZSSBDDLERT8tOStanford J La Beazley Co Undertakers and- EmbaImors lydODlALIIUIa Fnrnltarc3lattingsRugsrhoy a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY IF YOU Contemplate travel North or South East or West write us for rates and printed matter Wo can give you all the information you want Queen h Crescent Route is the Shortest llouto to New Orleans Jacksonville Atlanta Knoxville Cincinnati Savannah Shreveport Birmingham and Texas points Direct line to Cuba and Porto S T SWIFT P A T A Lexington W 0 HINEAMOV Q p A Cincinnati J 0 Cox D I1 A Chattanooga a- Noarnnoosin Leave Moroland 12 ra Leave Junction Llty 4ftS a in II 120 p w II ftOOa m SOUTHBOUND Ltnve Moreland 1180 p m II 1127 a w Junction City lld6 a m 1117 a tu II 806 p m DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache I KidneysBladder acbeReartDfseaehravoL Dropsy Female Troubles CURE Dont become There Is a cuarywriteDrIonnetliecaiososyoura All consultations ee Your Kidney and Backache Cure has cured two very bad cases among our Gusto men the past year whom the doctors ha given up JLSTfLLACOtvoodiandlaD- rugglsta90oIt Ak for Cook nookfret ST VIrUSDAlfcE j 9uroGare Circular Fenner rredonlaNY n rte OTTENHEIM I The work of pruning vineyards hal thoroughly begun Mrs James Hammond of Rich mood Is visiting relatives here Sam Oudderar tells us that ho bill killed four hawks since Christmas W L Chandler bought of Eld X O Livingston a two year old mule for 170 and one twoyearold of Gco nolmell for 80S If Lincoln county bad a sick lIet keeper he would have his hands full If It Is all over the county like It ts In this neighborhood Mrs G A Adams was called to tbo bedside of Marlon McFadden to nure him during his recent Illness It makel her 24th case that she has nursed with typhoid fever As John Wllcupps was taking hie two daughters to the depot at Stan ford Wednesday an axle broke and 10L them down but luckily It did not hurt any one They had to borrow another wagon to resume their journey The moving fever Is stilt raglt Wm Anderson Is moving them wlne and comln Garland Adams moved two miles below Lancaster last weele and moved back again this week no says he would rather milk old man folemans cows than do any work hu ever did T M Estea bought of Mrs Jack Lay Ix hogs weighing 140 pounds at Co one of Hays Kites weighing 100 pounda or 10 four from Milton Warren for 121 one from G W Harris for 1660- and sold 20 shoats to Q D Holliola idle E D Bubbard the man who burs country produce Is a help to our neighborhood as he buys all kinds or produce and pays highest market prleea for lt- What Governments Are Doing The German Government operate 5200 telephone central stations But onentth the population and one ileventh the area of Turkey arc In Europe Eleven per cent of the Immigrants to tbe United States In the last four yoarl lave been Jews Ttia saloon Is now prohibited in but our States Maine New Hampiulr Cansas and North Dakota When the recent act of Congress becomes effective the navy will have aI moat 30000 officers and moo Under local option three Pourths of the population of Texas voted tbe ountlealn which they live dry The United States provides for tbe unlsbment of prime but makes no effort to prevent IV The annual tribute xjlety pays to crime statistics show to- be 1600000000 The Prefect of the Seine having pit arded Paris with posters describing Lho terrible effects of alcohol and at Intho drinking the cafe proprietor each filed a damage suit against him Irish Is today the living tongue or Imoat as many people as speak Welsh Ireek Servlan Bulgarian Norwegla or Danish In Galway alone are 178 ereona who can speak nothing but rlsb MIDDLEBURG John Wheat sold to George Alford of Hustonvllle a nice gray gelding lor 1135 Born to Sire Nathan Hicks a fiDe Irl Nath thinks she Is the only- Ilrl In the county Miss Mlna Swope of North Mlddleburg Is having a Ie- vero Limo due to vaccination She hae- heen confined to her bed for eevcra daYII George Lucas will make a business trip to Bethel Ridge Saturday Mr- John Coulter and wife of MoKlnney epent a few days with his father W T Coulter of North Mlddleburg last weele Mr Samuel Clemens and wife were visiting hU mother Sunday Kev Logan Godboy filled his regulai appointment at the M L churoh Sunday Bro Godbey Is pushing the work 01 the new ohuroh building at Liberty U a few mote persons of means would fvor him with properly filled ohaoki tbe house would soon be complete Even the most oalhuttaetle oollegi Mhloto has never olahnod literary men h for the ordinary oollaga yell but the Mowing used by the Syracuse Med- lcd College strikes us as a trine cold oodedWell man stoic man dead mlt- nnllIdtt em up cut em up what the dlf8 Humorous tumoroup blood had goro Syracuse medlcoea 10W Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy- was saved writes Mrs Watkinsof Plea- ant City Ohio Pnueuiotila had piayiu nd havoc with him and a terrible cough had set in besides Doctors treated him- but he grow worse eVory day At length aided Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was saved lIe Is now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for ugh colds and nil lung diseases Guaranteed by all druggists Price Boo and 1- Tnal bottles free Under the Impressionechathe was flexing from cancer W WWaddell t a Presbyterian missionary has travel cd from Brazil to New York only to- ftnd that ho bad a badly ulcerated tooth which could have been treated by the nitlvo physicians If they dad d agnoecd the case properly HIGHLAND I Mrs Rubnmy Young sold to J n Duct a bay mare for tCO- It tbo present nice weather contlnueeI awhile longer some of our people v go to gardening Dont be too hasty Mr John Butt has added another addition to his already large lOroI bouse W G Acton alms to move Into his new house In a few days I Eld Martin Owens Is expected to preach at Mt Morlah next Saturday and Sunday An effort will bo wadeI to organize a Sabbath school Greasy Ridge schoolhouse next Sunday afternoon at 230 r M Everybody lovlted Thos Butt Is running his saw aDd shingle mill pretty lively this nlco weather B D Hlalt Son are put ting up a saw mill on the pike at Ewell while Cbas Terry Is putting up one on Green River near this place which will bo ready for work this week A G Faulkner who Is bOW static ed at Harrodiburg was at home Sunday with his family H F Hortb n who has been In Loulsvllta for tome time Is at home Mrs Mary Surber and Matter Green Leo are visiting the family of her brother A G Faulkner Mr Llrtlo Walls of Klngsvllle wae visiting hero Sunday Misses Llnlo Carrier and Mandlo Thompson of near at Virgil Car toleIphoDoWillie Carton of Lytle and Chas LorI ell of Saufloy were In this looking for hogs Mrs C M Youog I visiting at KIDlsvllloI SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured By One Bottle Of Chant berlalns Cough Remedy II Illion I had an attack of grip laet winter the second one I actually ourod myself with one bottle of Chamberlain Oouga Kometly says Frank 11 Pcrr editor of the Enterprise Shortivlllc N Y This is the honest truth Iat times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a tesspoonful of thin remedy anti when the coughing spell would rote oat night I would take a dOte and It atom ed that In the briefest Interval the oowg would pats oil and I would go to tJCf11 perfectly free fiom cough and Its aceon aanylng pains To say that the remed ictcd M a most agreeable BUI prise U put Ing it mildly I had no idea that It would or Gould knock out the grip simply Ix pause I had never tried it for sushi a purpose but it did and it teemed with the eoond attack of coughing the lemedy- caued It to notonly be of leas duration but the pains were far lees severe and I lad not used the contents of one bottle afore Jr Grip bid mo adieu For lie ly Craig A looker CHURCH MATTERS Rev Jaepor Mason a Mexican war veteran and Methodist minister Is deal at Mayfield Three missionaries were murderer bY Boxers In China and others are flee ng for safety Rev Walter Fisher a Danvlllo colored preacher baptized 100 converts In lUrks Run the other day The First Presbyterian church at fowling Green has voted to Incrcasi be salary of Its pastor Rev W W Irvine from 81500 to 1800 A Baltimore firm has been seodloj ouL a circular to ministers offering to ael1 readymade sermons written by an earnest and able theological etu- denL In England Philadelphia Methodist Episcopal tonference 1s holding its llfith annual casino In St Georges church Pblla elpbla the oldest Methodist Epltco p11 church edifice In the world More Riots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly ae grave as an Individual dlnorder of the- syatom Overwork loss of sleep nervous tell810n will bo followed by utter colla pee uble a reliable remedy Is immodlatal alloyed Theres nothing so efficient to- cure dlnotders of the I ivor or Kdnera at Bectrlc Hitters Its a wonderful tonic amI all effective nervine anti the greatos aU around medicine for runt down iyi tems It dispels Nervousness ItbMima 111m and Neuralgia and expels 3alarii germe Only 60o and Mtlafactlon guar ntetd by all druggists Insurance CommlHlooer Cbeoault has completed the fire volume of his aoual report It shows that the risks rltton In Kentucky In 1002 amounted to Zai8166ie and the losses paid wero 1731831 13 Oao hundred and eleven mpanlea wero doing buitneea In Ken tuoky at the beginning of the year 1003 Working Overtime IEight hour laws lire Ignored by those releM little workersDr Kings New Ilta Pills Jilllons arc always at work night and day cuilng Indigestion nil lou n651 Constipation Sick Headache and nil Stomach Llvor and Bowel Iou- bles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25o Por tale by all druggtsti An old Sioux City Iowa man prom InentJn local social circles with a lux urlant lowing white beard bet his bilkers on a ginn of ping pong with a young lady Ho loat and sinco then bllJ locks have been distributed tbro- out the town us souvenirs iubmtrlne cabl i If joined would 1Tbe to the moon sga The New York Store Special Bargains for This Weekr Ions 5 suits at 208 Mans 7GO suits at 160 irons 1000 suits at 8045 lions 12CO suits at 8750 liens 1660 suits at nuna 025 ells Fine Gloves worth SlCQ at 40o lions Fino Shoes worth 8200IIt81UO 4 Mons Hno Shoos worth 8260nt 1GO Molts Finn Shoos worth 8800 at 8200 Calicoes nml Cottons nt J l2o Linings nt 2 Rc All other goods at 05o on tho 1 The New YorkStore Door to Lincoln County National Bank I STOCK OOOOO Directors j n Paxt o J p Owler 8 H Shank W O walker Oeo W Garter tleecwontorbe Karoter tank h Trust ttWijuinT and under same lIIaacot rQattnuoudy- tor M years SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT DoplBg reek buetaee rolMlont will prove satuAtip bees elat anofStanford Capital Stock 5000iT- his WM orlglnallTtllltaaJle4 at the Ifepmit hank tltee rmrnntHHl as the National lUnVlf Stanford fn INS cad agate reorcanlttdM t the Mot NatfcMai hack of n I88S barlag bad practtMlly an oolnter existence for U years It Is betterrnSH tPllM now wIth faculties for transat InirlMitliHiH proopUy auJ well titan ever before In lie 101 and honorable carr Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited I H C The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goody Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call PU BLIC SALE I I will tell at auction at tho tlace near Mllledgertite o i MlllcdgBTllio an Stanford pike on- WEDNRSUAY MAIIOII Si The followlnR prOlertlTbree work males I draft bor e 11 hole Ie lietnp brnkra baekbonrd and barns net Deer Rinds McOorralck Mower and Rake Tiger Ile Harrow Plow eiaootliln Harrow Oorq Heaters Eta Twotnn wagon sad n let of harBWM About M Iwr rots of corn lot of hay eM Terre ade known ou day of wise 0 T TIMOEUIAKR kf U04IOYIlle IIy A Handsome Home St Auction I The desirable property of J X tlItltlpa corner Rat Main olaa Avenue In Stanford will be sold at ascUon front or the court bone at 1le r N float const court day April U It will Int be oferr In eight lot and then as a whole cad to Md accepted There tt HO more de draw property In 8 nnford than Lids Had U will pnltiviv be sold Wllit a sittwdte grad and manufacturing dlrcoralac this U bound to be proper tyTonneOaethird oath balance In OBI and two year In KIUIII iBsteHwonU Onl at Mr or en rtOier Uol J Ohandluror myself for loutartl Title will bo your rut chance to bay one ot tin nest UetliuUo pleas of In town It D UAttOIIMAN TREASURY DEPARTMENT OrriOE or CoiiiTiioMtH or THIS COUHBKCV Wasblngt D O March S llMtt- WticnBAB by MttafHCtory evldeaoe pro geetud to the undersigned It lies txcn mad to Appear that The National flank of llu tourtlle located in tile town of Hditoavllle In tho county of Lincoln and State of Ken funky hn compiled with all the of the Act of OoBgnM to eflnblo National Banking Associations to extond their cor porata xl tcnce and for other purpoaos approved July 1th105 therefore I William II Kldgelv Comptroller of the Currency do herebv Certify that The National Hunk ut Huston vllle In the town of lluituDvlllu In tho ot Lincoln and state of Ken Lucky to authorized u have aivci lon for the period qpectfled In Its amended arttclpi aoclition intblyuntil clotii of buslnr lot March 3 I03 In testimony whereof witness my hand seat ot office this third davot March 1083 I REAL WU D RIDOELY No 2HT Comptroller of tbo Currency IIKU INext LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKI ICIlPITIl First National RUPLEY Officers S II SHANKS President J IL OWSLEVCa ht l W M I1HI011TAtit J Officers J H HOOKRK Prtit J J Mott IIRUT3 Chr Vt II WBAIIBN Rk- prDlrootors P V Itetd ItaBvllle 0 T Hanks lltarord- J 8 Hacker ttUnforJ W P Waltaa I ilofknK I Tanner UeKtnny M n Rlatore Htanfnrd B II lUuchmaa Stanford T1 Hill Stanford JasltnWeton Hubble 1 U IlanchiMii DtordJW P Tate Stanford NOTICEiIf you think of building or repairing w njuTb you money oa your taaterial Al heavy or ftrbt framing any length beveled poplar IldlnK leer hllrllwoo4- eetllDlt11 milngti hoes or cornice board veranda poets end brackets bored and plastererlathesiorehettnnt boxing Write for priceiIIUMPHKRY IIROS Hartweil Kr UMBRELLAS 0 He overe4 and reialred and made alms st as good ai new for a small amount I ran Dx your umbrella better than tbo tramp repairer and for lee Give me a trial IHANK ATalpa Stanford To Tobacco Men I l I Iw re abundant Reod tobacco laud arj hues toed tepaat lHW e for rent Have alrenty sows tebweoo seed Ato ItootI tart for Mle on eaylerlRl 0 It IhlAYlltlL Jumbo If q Ra B Mflliony Fire Lift Aociilent and Tornado None but the lnrgJett and beet comiMuiips re j rcaentwl Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky r- i Second Crop Irish Potatoos for Seed Floral designs on short notice Bedding and VMrotoble 1linU of all kind In scasunv 1 lbone ring I JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford NEW s w nUntD 3 f1lN Prop CITY KY PlrstOlam Turnouts at Iteaionnble fates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For earn IJDWeareo Insurance flocl1tI STANFORD GREENHOUSE LIVERY STABLE JUNCTION 11fi06l1t Fire and Tornado Insurance Kuprecoot Tim biome of New tbo largest company In the tfworld Assets 1871063512 Surplus us regards policyholders 50430058 69 property in JHoy w Casey Garrard and Jln- coIn counties Phone 21 I Stanford Kentucky F