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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 221r r s 11 SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL flVOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 8 19048 A M NO3 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC t J D Uadi bought of J H McAlUter 14 hog at4io Mr John W Walter sold to John 0 Pepple bli farm of 100 acre for 2750 FOR SALE 426 bales of good timo thy hay Addreai Do 33 Crab Orch and Ky tWM Bright hat told hit crop of hemp at 4jo and a lot of clover bay at 110 tonI tOoc Dicks cutting box and borio tower for tale cheap O T Bobon 1 Huitonyllle Ky 1TbeSherwood farm of 100 aorct near Spring Station Woodford county hai changed bends at 10621 Joo Jordan wilt be at Beizleyt table hero next Thursday tc buy fat horse Bare your stock In town O P Huffman bought of LutesS Co tome butcher stuff at 30 and of Joseph Coffey a small bunch of hogs at 4o Two Poland China boars of the Sun hine Beauty breed subject to real ter for Salo W M Bright Stanford W M Bright told to Shelby sit Shelby 50 1100 pound cattle at 4to do ate to told to other parties a lot of aboati at41oI In the market for hemp and will recolvo It at Minors old mill led at Duncan Waro house It M West UyattiTllle More mule aro produced In Ulttou e rl than any other State In the union At present there aro 300000 there worth 22000000 li want to buy two No1 Jersey cow They mutt be good butter maker and giving plenty of milk now O T Bobon OutlonTllle Ky It K Stuart of Glendale made a ulo of 10000 bushels of wheat to a No Ho Milling Company at II a bushel Bts net profit tt estimated at near I30CO 10bandIM not Wm Coy Moreland I f Wllmoro holds court on Oftb Moo days sod last court 112 horses changed hands there at an average of IU7 50 Seventytwo mule old at 1141 60 Buy 1era were there from many counties Morelaed of this city and I George Pettier of Georgetown took a I car load of One horses to Now York They are hlgbttepper and fancy road f horses and will be old In the tale rings of Gotham Lox Democrat 1D S Carpenter owner of that msg tlalllon Dignity Dare tell that bo wintered tpleodldlyand that It now In the pink of condition nit IIu and pedigree will appear 10- bele columns In a few weeks Warren A Bacon Jr of Maplewood Stud Bourbon county bought of W byIarine A for a fanny price bought her to mate his stallion Jay- Bird The annual Jack talo of Fox S Logan fromImole were told for an aggregate turn of about 115000 says the Danvlllo Ad vocate J 1C Dlultbmln of tho West End bought a fourycarotd jack for 300 J F Cook was one of tho big buyers CURES WITHOUT STOMACH DOS =Hyomel Cures Catarrh by Sim ple Breathing Penny refunds Money if It Falls to Cure A long stride toward solving the mytte ry ofcurlng catarrh was taken with the discovery of Hyomei In fact the percentage of cute by this treatment proves it equal to tho final testa The folly of taking medicine Into the stomach to cure catarrh of tho note throat and lungs has beeu realized by physicians but not until Hyomol was known had they a practical method that would obviate stomach drugging- A A complete Ilyomel outfit coals but- S SI and consists of a neat pocket Inhaler that can be used anywhere without ate tracting attention a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomel breathing Hyomel through Ihn Inba ler every particle of air that enters the note throat and lungs is charged with a healing balsam that soothes and allays all irritation kills the catarrhal germs I tad enriches tho blood with additional ozone Mr Ienny has so much faith in the power of Hyomel to cure catarrh that he ia selling It under a personal guamntee to refund the money It it does not give pot live relief The board of lady managers of tbo St Louis exposition declares that It bat only spout about 120000 up to date while President Francis estimates Its expenditures at J72COO Every mar nod man In country will be ablo to understand which of the figures aro most likely to be correct sale the Lex- IngtonI Democrat IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Emily Wheeler It dead at Gra dyvllle aged 70 Judge 8 Q Hart It dead In the Per ryvllla section of Boyle The Danvlllo company of Stato mill till will ba inspected by a regular army officer March 30 AlexC Franklin father of the well known jeweler 80 Franklin of Mt Vernon It dead In Rockcattle Tbo jury In the CliO of Robt Woods for killing his atep father la law In Clay county returned a verdict of not guiltyA explosion at Danville the result of a plumber attempting to light a cigarette while making pipe tonnes lion Injured two persons seriously and se oral slightly Five penitentiary sentences were given In one day In the Clay circuit court For the first time Mnco the ore ganization of the county not a tingle murder case lion the docket There It considerable excitement In tbo eastern part of the county over tbo discovery of gold Frank Hampton of near Goocbland found near the surface In a small bill on his farm a do posit which Impressed him at being gold He took two pieces of the ore one of which be tent to Cincinnati and the other to St Louis to bo analyzed From that which bo sent to Cin cinnati be bee already received the analysts and as 30 In money On the A grade ho was allowed 1160 for 30 ounces of the ore and on the C grade HbOforOO ounceMt VornonlSlgoal GrandMother At 30 COlumbu 0 bas for a resident a woman who la probably the youngeit grandmother In the United States and betide this the I her own daughters litcrin law la the aunt of her grand ton and the sitterin law of her tonln law while her husband U the father InIaw of his own brother and brotber inlaw to his stepdaughter Tho woman la Mr Ann Lutz wife of Alva Lutz a baggageman at Ualon Station and the will not be 30 years old until July 1 She does not appear to be much old er than her daughter Mrs Lottie Luiz aged 1C who It married to Theodore LUll the brother of her mothers husband The son and grand ton Is nam ed Karl Leroy and he It two months old Dir Lutz was first married to a man named Lookhart the father of her daughter at the age of 13 They lived In Pike county where after Mr Lockhartt death she mar ried Mr Lutz whose home was In Lu caivllle Scloto county nod about three years ago they moved to Columbu Dress of Hindoo Women There has been no change In Indian womens dress In 40CO years All wear the earl a tingle piece of stuff a yard and a quarter wide 10 12 30 yards long It It arranged on the body and forms skirt garment and veil First pleated with the hand In accordion folds In front wound round and round sod the richest end If embroidered or woven with gold finally brought over the head It may be of sImple cotton olotb or silk In plain design woven with golden threads solid with em broidery strung with pearls or of Kin cob tbo royal cloth of gold Some cost thouiandt of rupees No pin hook button or string The garment is formed on the architecture of the body and takes Its expression and nobility from Itt perfect harmony with the human form An Indian woman whether of high or low class have jewels everywhere havo sleeping roms and day gems as wo day and night shirt Everybodys Magazine RimED von FROST BITES Before going to bed soak frozen member whether feet or handln hot water or at near hot at endurable and then soak two or three times In kerosene He peat this three nights In succession and It Is pretty sure to bring relief Take care not to freeze foot or hands again all will render them more lia ble to be affected with tbo next freeze Frost bitten heels and toes cause con slderable trouble after warm weather sets In unless attended to now 0 A Favorite Remedy For Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Remedy a favorite with tho mother of small children It quickly cures their coughs and cold and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other serious consequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon ai the croupy cough appears will prevent tho attack For sale by W N Craig Sir said the man whoso kneee shook when the train entered a tunnel do you know the most dangerous thing on a railroad train V Yon responded the gay drummer It Is the cigars tbo train boy sells Chicago News NEWS NOTES Mr Hellraan stabbed William Ir vine to death at MorcanQeld William Austin Goodman oldest banker In Cincinnati is dead The estate of the late W 0 Whit nay le estimated to be worth 111900 000 The Jere Baxter Monument Associa Lion her been organized at Nashville Teen Tne Middle West Brewing Company of Joplin Mo has filed a petition In bankruptcyWm Craddook democratic candidate for governor of Kansas In 1002 Is dead A Cblppowa Indian for want ot other food killed his wife and daughter and ate their flesh Preferring death to arrest on a minor charge Wm Smith of South St Paul Mine shot and killed himself Fire destroyed several tobacco warehouses and a number of dwellings In Majfleld causing a lose of 830000 Rather than go to jail and stand trial on a felony charge an Anderson Ind man took his first bath In five year In a race riot at Bokasbec I T two white men were killed and one whit- man e and two Negroes were dangerous woundedMr Veal aged 83 died In St Louis from blood poison the result of trimming a corn too deep She was a native of Lexington Three trains bavo been lost for two week on the Jawbone road In Central Montana Gangs of man with snow plow are trying to reach them Richard Wagner a fireman at Newport bad both arms and legs amputa ted on account of gangrene resulting from the members being frozen Beach Hargls son of Judge lIar ls of Jackson has sued the Lexington Herald for 15000 damages for publish log that be was jailed for drunkenness The death rate In Louisville last week broke all former records reach int a total of 127 Of this number 23 died of pneumonia and 16 of tuberculo sis William Joseph aged 18 years whit e Iin the presence of a young lady In Breatltt county drew a revolver and killed himself without any apparent cause Tbo court of appeal overruled tbe petition for rehearing In the Louisville poolroom cases All the betting para phernalia was removed beyond the city limits where poolroom will again be upWilliam B Turpeo of Minors led has sued Thomas ICetcham a saloon keeper for 82000 damages claiming he sold him whisky that caused him to get Into a fight In which be received a purpranentInjuryThe at Bedford began the Investigation of tbe Sobaefer murder case by examining Detective Reed Thp prevailing opinion It that McDon aid will be Indicted for the murder all other theories having been exploded Prairie flrpt In Oklahoma caused the death of five person and tho destruc Lion of much farm property The flames covered an area of 75000 acres Inflict log a total lost of 1200000 Five thou sand citizens of Lawton saved that place from destruction William J OBrien alias William J Dully an insane discharged soldier visited the war department at Wash ington anti because of an Imaginary grievance fired Indiscriminately at a party of clerks wounding Robert J Mannlcg and Arthur Wlecker Secretary Shaw baa called on tbe depository banks of New York City and elsewhere for the payment on or be foro March 25 of 20 per cent of their holdings of Government lunda on ac count of the Panama canal purchase This 20 per cent will aggregate 83000 000 When John Outlaw of Currltuck county N C became tired of his wlfo and two children bo sold the trio toe gotbor with all his love and affection for them to his brother Jerome Out law Ho tpcelved In exchange two fishing nets When arrested both the men and tbo woman plead Ignorance of the violation of any law Do IT To nAY Tho timeworn In junction Never pul off til tomorrow what you can do to day la now gener ally presented in this Do it today That la the tors advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you havo been struggling for several days perhaps whose Take some reliable remedy fo itm DAYand let tnat remedy be Dr Boschoes German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold end lie continued uso for a few days will euro you completely No matter how deepseated your cough even If dread consumption hat attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cureas It has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25o reg ular size 76o At all druggists LANCASTER Rev Bozeman of Loulsvlllcconduct ed the services Sunday at the Baptls church Mr John F Lear has been made ad luster for tbo Insurance companies rep resented by Robt Klnoalrd A small wreck occurred Thursday night on the L sit N near Lowell that delayed all trains several hours Three ware and about 100 feet of track were demolished Miss Thompson of Frankfort It the guest of Misted Mary and Bertha Burn tide Mln Nellie Dillon entertained Friday evening In honor of Mice Flor once Zalgler Miss Freda Meier of Danville was tbe guest of Miss Ida Sums Tbe greatest Improvement that the little city of Paint Lick has afforded for some time Is tbe department store which Is owned by MoWborter Es fridge Three gentlemen have recent ly returned from New York city where they have bought their spring line of goods One of tbe features of this es tabllsbment will be tbo dress making department managed by Miss Rebecca Williams of this city The pipe organ for the Christian church has been successfully put In and a musical will bd given Friday eve rung by Mm Taylor of Lexington Tbo friends of Wm West will proba bly have tbe pleasure of hearing him play on this occasion This organ hi one of the largest and handsomest In the State The next Improvement In this church will baa baptistry which will bo putIn at once Attention has been called to the number of bouses and late for tale now in Lancaster These houses aro at present all occupied there being not a vacant ono in the city and tbe owners of said bouses wish to part with thorn only through business changes With a good school elegant churches elec trlc lights and water works now is the tlmo to purchase property In tbe midst of a people as good as has been created Mr J J Walker has returned from a long visit to his son William In Mis sissippi Mite Bottle Anderson has returned from a visit to her sorter Mrs Browning at Lexington J Joseph la In the Eat this week purcba Ing a handsome line for the Joseph Mercantile Co Mr and Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick and Miss Mat lie Thompson of thlsolty have return ed from a visit to Louisville Lewis West has accepted a position tn Louis ville U Zimmer has returned from a visit to Cincinnati Mr and Mrs W B Wherrltt have returned from a vis it to their ton William of New Orleans Mlises Rella and Allie Arnold entertained Thursday evening CHURCH MATTERS Brigham B Roberta expelled from Congress for polygamy says be sees In I the Smoot Inquiry the band of God taking this means of putting Mormon lam before the world The one hundredth anniversary of tbo British and Foreign Bible Society was hold Sunday In Washington and was attended by President and Mrs Roosevelt Chief Justice Brewer de livered an eloquent eulogy on the Book ofBooks The two sermon by Rev Gilbert Glass of Glasgow at the Presbyterian church Sunday aro highly spoken of Besides being an able expounder of Bible truths Rev Glass Is an orator Be will spend a few days with mem here of tbe Presbyterian church here Under the able and earnest ministra tions of Dr Sweete the revival meet legs at the Presbyterian church con tinue to attract and Interest largo congregations Quite a number of penitents have made manifestations and the end seems one of great good for the cause and for the church Somerset Journal Rev G W Eldrldgo superinten dent of tbe Christian and Missionary Alliance for Indiana Michigan Mis souri and Western Kentucky will vie it Stanford and hold some meetings In the Presbyterian church beginning Wednesday evening March 0 at 730 and continuing Thursday and Friday at 10 A DL and 230 and 730 p M Best Remedy for Constipation liThe finest remedy for constipation I ever used ia Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says Mr Eli Butler of Frankville N Y They act gently and leavera con dition Bold by WN Craig Fifty girl strike breakers wero put to work by the Western Union Tel egraph Company to deliver messages in Chicago There aro 7CO boys on a strike If troubled with weak digestion belching or sour stomach uio Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will get quick relief For Sale by W N Craig I 33Inch Top Goat We are showing this coat as one of the smart I and stylish things of the season Just what you need for Spring and for cool summer evenings Easy to carry on your arm and pleasan to be seen in S2 TO 515 S Ta D mILLER Danville KU THE GLOBE FARMERS WE IIAVK A GOOD STOCK OF Northern White Seed Oats and Tim othy Seed Blue Grass and Red Top also a stock of homegrown Orcnard v Grass Our profits on the above seeds are small andwe are compelled to have the Spot Cash when you get the seed Please do not ask us to ticket Field Seeds ittas S Higgins MKlnney STANFORD KENTUCKY FACTORY IN STANFORD Do you know there is a factory in Stanford that can turn out 5000 worth of HAAELDENS PATENT FILTERS per year Calland examine these filters and you will be convinced that they are the best thing made in the way of a filter We have hun dreds of testimonials to that effect Give me your order noweo as to catch the spring rains Roofing and Guttering Plumbing Furnace work or anything else that comes in tho lino of Tinning or Plumbing Pumps of all kinds Call up No 116 S H ALDRIDGE 1 Depot Street Stanford Ky glue Sraoo Condition powders Is au extra good remedy for Horses Cattle Sheep anti Hogs This remedy contains Sulpbur Iron Salts of Sodium and Potassium Black Antimony and many other valuable ingredients that make it effective for purifying the blood loss of appetite kidney and bladder troubles etc This Powder is our own we have tried it and know it to be good Price 25 cents a package Pennys Drug Store9 W B McRoberts FOR LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED Stanford Ky GO TO DRUGGIST STANFORD I LANDRETHS GARDEN WALL PAPER DRTGSI READY MIXED PAINTS BOOKS AND STATIONERY 1Iit J 1 3 t GOING TO LEAVE STANFORD Having decided to move to Lexington and enlarge our business we will give one moreI sxS I G P=lCE IEbefore we go That sale begins this morning and will continue until we pack our things to depart which will be only a few days You cant afford to miss the BARGAINS we are offering and if you want goods DIRT CHEAP now is your time to buy We had our friends in and around Stanford goods at less than actual costthan io move them So it is up to you to supply yourself now Dontitt d clay but come at once and load up You have the money and we have the goodsit wont take us long to trade Cottonn and Calicoes all grades and I all brands will go at I Outing Cloths worth 8 l3c 10c and 1212c per yard Dress Goods worth 30c 40e and I t 60c per yard goes at only IC ROSENSTEIN COMPAnY V In1 INTERIOR JOURNAL q E C WALTON i THOMAS D NEWLAND S- RI a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject 4 to KM action of the democratic party I 1GEO W DEBORD Ie a csna1date for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the actloiyf the democratic party 9TJEFF HILL SR t 1a candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN h candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to OM action of the democratic party DINK FARMER iateacandidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS Ie candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the r 4mocratlc party l WIHERRIN t k a candidate for Jailer subject to the aeries of the tenocratic party i SAMUEL M OWENS u 1 a tf a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to Oe action of the democratic party F fMEREDITH E PRUITT for of Public Schools demo r KATE BOGLE t IMISS of Public Schools to the action of the demo F rHOND L MOORE j of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the f Eighth district to succeed Hon G Sllb led to the action of the Democratic party Your sup earnestly solicited ItportIs R C WA- RRENill a candidate for Judge of the Lincoln County Court IIaub to the action of the democratic party J- I JAMES D ANDERSONq Is a candidate for Aisestor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party j DURING their stay of two weeks here t Judge W C Bell and Commonwealths Attorney Charles A Qardln made many friends outside of the courthouse as well as of tbose who practiced law i before the former and with the latter gentleman As a judge Mr Bell Im pressed our people with being absolutely fair and Impartial and his decl alone were generally acceptable to our of attorneys We predict that he will grow even better as he grow older as J a circuit judge and that the people of k the 13th judicial district will have no cause to regret electing him to the high office Mr Bardln Is a strong 1 prosecuting attorney a good interroga tor and a fine speaker and the States affairs will not be neglected as long as he looks after the evil doers Both are genial gentlemen with whom it is a j pleasure to bo i IT Is the belief at St Petersburg that there will be no heavy land fight leg with Japan before the lastof April Russia Is said to regard the crippling of Port Arthur as a matter of relative ly small Importance The port will be L defended but no large garrison will be maintained there Viceroy Alexleff Is Btlll at Mukden and three or four thou sand Russian soldiers are pasting through that place dally to the posit tions the main armies will occupy Ros eta it is said will take no chances and sheertTUB Mlddleiboro News misses the mark when It says that Bell countys J assessment as returned by the assess I or Is 1272000000 Baent Brer Al- Brecht added about 12TOfOO000 just for the fun of the thing he has watered Bell county stock to that amount r c 1RifeMi ea 4YL 4c per yd 6e per ytl Be per yd man who stands In the way of ITnl harmony Is not a friend of party but an enemy The man who stands In the way of democratic victory should be relegated to the rear If this be treason make the most of it declares Harry St George Tucker of Virginia and all good democrats will say amen and amenMR KLAIRS bill to require attend ance at school of children between the ages of seven and 14 years which pass ed the House almost unanimously should have as plain sailing in theSen ate There Is little use of the State spending thousands and thousands of dollars Unless the children arc made to tike advantage of It HOKK SMITH who was Secretary of the Interior under President Cleveland says Hearsts millions can not buy the South He advocates Parker and Cleveland As Mr Smith has been pouting since Clevelandsllast term middle ot theroad democrats will pay little or no attention to his utterances THE fact that the Legislature did not do In all cases lust as the Courier Jour nalwould have had It may have been due to the fact that that paper did not have a good lobbyist at Frankfort There Is nothing like being prepared for emergencies when you want your end carrted at all hazards THE Legislature will adjourn a week from today Most of the Important legislation was disposed of during the first month of the session No new bills Introduced now can be passed POLITICAL The democratic State primary In Alabama will be held April 11 The Kentucky Senate passed the bill to create a State Forestry Commission- A New York report tips Franklin Murphy as the latest selection for chairman of the National Republican CommitteeDuring present session of the Kentucky Legislature 520 bills have been Introduced In the House and 254 In the Senate The Smoot Inquiry will result In a wide advertisement oft the Mormon church as the articles of faith and oth er literature have been placed In the Congressional Record It Is probable that R W Miller of Madison will be a candidate for State Central CommItteeman in this district against Jack China of Mercer the present committeeman The Senate passed a number of Important measure Including the bill imposing a penalty upon witnesses for running away from a legislative inves tigating committee or grand jury Former President Grover Cleveland has written a letter to a member of Congress which was read In the House denying the statement that a Negro had dined with him at the White House while he was Chief Executive of the nation Representative Stanley of Kentucky addressed the House In favor of the bill for the benefit of tobacco growers Mr Martin of North Dakota spoke on his resolution directing an inquiry Into the difference of the cost of live and dressed beef Oov Beokbam has signed theblll ex tending the common school term to six months and the bill reapportionlng the sheriffs revenue in order to meet the expenses entailed by the extension Ho also signed the bills reapPortionIng the appellate districts Senator Quay desires that his colleague Senator Penrose be chosen chairman of the National Republican ravorablemean that Senator Quay would be the real manager of the next campaign t Table Lines worth 30c dOc and 50c per yard go for Five Hundred ynirs of Mens Shoes worth from 125 to 200 go for Laces all widths from 2c Ito 5c per yard of other articles will bo sold at prices Senator McCreary who has been in Frankfort several days favors curtail log the powers of the chairman of the State Central and Executive Commit tees Virginia democrats at a dinner in Washington attended by about 100 men prominent in the politics of that State placed themselves on record In favor of a conservative national platform based on live Issues The Kentucky House adopted a reso lutlon authorizing the appointment of a committee to Investigate charges against the management of the State prisons The resolution directly ctarg es that a warden bad been selling milk to the prison of which be was warden- A suit has been filed In the Carter Drookllfromthe new county of Beckbam on the ground that the act creating the new county is unconstitutional The suit Is to test the constitutionality of the act In order that the county may Issue and sell bond- slosephSmltbhead of the Mormon church told the Smoot Investigating Committee that be had not taught po lygamy publicly In recent years but be upheld the doctrine of polygamy and said a violation of the revelations of God upon which the church was founded would be equivalent to are jectlon of God Himself HERE N THERE A school of domestic science Is to be made a part of the University of Chica goTwo families barely escaped crema tion In a tenement house fire in Coy IngtonIndiana coal miners and operators failed to reach an agreemant on the wage scale James Glllesple Is on trial at Rising Sun Ind on the charge of murdering his twin sister- Cincinnati bakers will not advance the price of bread Thfly claim the war In the Far East Is a farfetched excuse Six men were drowned and four oth ers Injured as a result of the collapse of a bridge spanning Yellow Creek near Irondale O The Yorkbaven Power Companys million dollar plant at Yorkbaven Pa has been swept away by ice which crashed against It The guides who will operate the oueb chairs at the St Louis Exposition will be selected from the students of unl versities In the United States One priest and two women wore kill ed and two other priests Injured In a fire which destroyed St Patricks Ro man Catholic church at Long Island CityThere are 13 prisoners In jail In Lou isville charged with the murder of a fellow man In Jefferson county and and four of them are under sentence of deathOil producers In Kentucky are puzzled at a further reduction recently made by the Standard Company In Its price for the output of the Kentucky fields The Japanese fleet bombarded Vladivostok at long range for 65 minutes Sunday causing but small damage There was no reply from the land batteries the enemy being beyond effective range A Henderson dispatch says A strange coincidence Is reported hero William Marsbi aged 67 died at hIs home In this city Shortly after his death his family received a message that his twin brother died at the same hour on the same day In Marlon Ind Because President Roosevelts valua ble horses are being ruined by the un healthy and damp stables of tbe WhIte House Secretrry Taft of the War le partment asked for an appropriation of 100000 Instead of 150000 a former estimate for new buildings = c 2212c per yd 85c per pr Thousands Sacrifice A S PRICE Sargeon Dentist Stanford Ky Offleeorw Owsle7aulldtty Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the EreFethenCall at- NORTf1COTT k THOMAS BtanfordKy POSTED trI4t1forbidpaulng on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law CarpenterJOeorge Holmes J 0 Neal nOraenlganJFred Bauman Albert VonQrnneulgan J Z Bpoonaroore T M Holme II V Newland J D Oamenlscb Peter fishnet W II Johnson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens James M White and wife E V Carson H P Hawktn Mrs Mary K Welch Real Estate Bargains Hoar and Orltt Mill Anderson county Ky 33 barrel capacity covered with Iron built S yen ago Steam and water power the latter 8 month of the year It 1a an up to date reller mill with burr for corn and meal bolt The engine is of 7 yen runt II acres with tbe mill Including what II with the house of 5 room All for 62SO or 15 800 for tbe mill and 14 acre One hat cash Hu floe trade No mill In 10 mile countyKyIn every and ing with Improvements and 30 acres of fine land close to Southern railroad Price 60 000 Alto 11 acre of Florida land In Mann Tllle On railroad street through place leaving 5 acre on one tide with 3itory broom house and orange peaches pear plumb grape all bearing and 6 acre rn other tide with t room ooestorv house or ange peaches pears plum grapes bear lug All for M900 or the 6 acres for 11800 and the 6 acres for 11100 325 acre In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about 80 acre cultivated about 1SS In timber and Rraae and about 1601n grail Timber on placo li cut to 18 inches but will make barrel timber iblng lea ties and cord wood enough to ray for the place twlco over A large part ed There are four dwelling of 4 room each and one store of twostorlr with rooms above bat well and springs of water Is In 2 mile of county seat and prows tobacco corn wheat grow etc for 13200 Onehalf cash A Bullltt county ICy farm of 100 acres with good 2tory house metal roof barns water etc 110 acre of timber that will make tie staves barrel timber Oround will grow wheat corn tobacco etc only 12000 K cub Place has 800 fruit tree Ill acre H mile Ilardstown Junction Dallltt county Ky 120 acres cultivated balance In timber good three room house with hall new log barn imoko house wood house fine well good spring and running water two orchard three room tenant house le u beautiful farm and productive cheap for 3600 92000 cash balance In pne two three year mile of Wash 81acresveranda cellar barn tribe wood house smoke house hen house school on the farm This Is a good farm worth the money 12800 11260 cash balance one and two years No it i 0000 acres of cotton UnJ In Mississippi There Is no section of country which offers so many opportunities for profitable Investment as the sipqI Delta Is now fitly described u Pros perity Vslley The timber l Is becoming mote valu able all the time for the reason that lumber people from the North where the supply of timber Is fast diminishing are constantly Increasing their pus chases of timber lands In the South When the tim ber Is removed the land Is unequaled for agricultu ral purposes It will produce a bale of cotton to the acre or will grow another kind of crop raised In the temperate zone needs no fertilize and rives a whICh cannot be excelled taxes are low the title Is perfect ant the man who buys Delta farm and timber lands at present prices Is making an In that he will never regret This land l- sdlthefrdo petacre to Ji6 per acre are authorized by the company who fawns these lands to state that as other parties are considering the wchaM of these lands that we offer these tracts sub In pricewlthonl noikewaiHowevermwhen notlfieJ change they will any tract out of market long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About 5s000 acres Lend has Pen sold by the Corn parjy since we received this option For further par llculars call at our office CentralKentucky Real Estate Titles Co Stanford Ky Five Hundred pairs of Mons Shoes worth 125 to 200 all go at Mens Clothing worth 700 HOb 9 00 and 1000 go in this sale for Mens Suits worth 1200 1300 1100 and 1500 go at only 100A 500b t I Larger and Better I 1iOur lino is larger and bettor this season than ever before I 1olmilfnewest shades Our line of SUb nrb the best talxs had Wash Silks a7 inches wide nil colors 50 cents pot yard 10 Inflh Tafleta all colors 10 conts por yard Fine lino of yard wills Tairotai P mu do Solr anti Clmiituugs Ladles Muslin Undorwcnr A largo etook Ulllte aniItrimmed nicoly from 10 cents to 1 garment Wo aro showing a largo nod well nolectsd line at Qgrjrtii nh Goods White Good Ioronlo ChovloU Towels Notions Mens Furnishings lint Etc t OWBLBY BLOCK WATCH OUIl ADS GRAND LEADER j M BeLety 8 Co S B Levy HeatersGetf our prices on Heat buyIleft from Xmas atLampsFew low prices JOHN BRIGHT JR CO To The FarmersIf you are in need of PLOWS come in and buytThe Oliver I The BEST One in the World f WT PerkinsCrab brcharcl Kentucky A rY r r AT 10 CENTSWo show n largo rnngo of styles In Madras patterns in Oingliaras1 They arc not like tho goods usually sold nt IQc but tho quality is excellent and the styles roscrablo the IBc and 200 goods AT 15 CENTSWo show Galatea and Madras Knickor Suiting Cloths These goods nro as pretty as many of the 2Co goods AT 75 OE3STTS- We have Light Blue Whlto Champagne Black Crepe do chine for Shirt Waists C Room SEVERACETWO dz SON Leader Room THEINTERIORJOURNAISTANFORD L GET reedy for flitting time We ban ri I full lloo of flsblnir tackle right read for you to look over and loleot jun what you went Penny1 Drug Store PERSONALS TUB BRed loin Luclnd Trlbblo Ii very ill M D EuiiANKS went to Naihvllle yesterday t MRS VV Q SHANKS U with her parent la Mullion THKRBli little or no change la Col W O Welco1tcODdltloD DORK to tho wife of Mr Beldam Stewart of PUuburg a son Miss SDBIB MILLER of Loulivllle It the guest of Miss Eula Totten Miss PEARL BuRNBiDBipont sever al days with relallm In Oarrard- A LITTLE son bat arrived at the I homo of Mr and Mn S P Gray MR J D WEAVER ot Wayne wa t bore last week looking for a farm MR JAMES MEnauox and wife or Livingston were guests of friend MRS JE UOLMAN and little sot a spent toveral days with friend at Drodbcid MRS GCBSIB PiilLLtra of Danville U the guest of her sister Mn J S Owtlcr Jr MR AND MRS FRED UOOOH of the I West End were guests of Mr and Mn J y Jones 4MIBBE8 SARAH CURTIS and Lou of nuitonvllle were here wltb 1nockor Friday COLEMAN came over from at Mllleriburg to spend Sunda parent O T TiJOMJBON has returned 1RShome In Bourbon alter a vlill to her fatber Mr T M Ponnlnglon MRS KITTIE KINO Crab Orohardi I uptodato milliner wont to Loulivlllc to buy Spring and Summer 1Bundl O PRUITT of Moreland Ii IB buying good for the open Prultt Bro which will be hell C March 14 to 10 I ETUEL MAY U the name of a little that arrived a few day ago of Mr And Mri Walter Curtis In Naihvllle MR J M OAUTER SR of the More land section Ii somewhat Improved we are glad to say It was reported on the street here yesterday that bo wai dead MR A L SroONAMORE formerly ol j this county but now living la the grass hopper State orders his papercbargod from Mound Vane to Liberty Kansas We like this county One and the wnathcr tbo put winter has bees splendid he add GEO D DURDETTEof Chicago lia man who Ii thoroughly IndentlQed with Kentucky sod laid last nlRhtlbal ho almost fell on his knees and kissed the toll when be tot foot on Kentucky ground yesterday for tbo first time In 10 years On DU column C J LOCALS GASOLINE 20 cents per gallon Rig ii McKlnney IRID forget the embroidery sale at Grand Leader POOR cote good garden barn etc for rent cheap J T Jones LOST bookContained lot of account T M Eitqs Crab Orchard OUR line of Quecniware Ii about complete Call and see It Ueo fl Farrli k Cot r THIRTY pupils of tbo 60 In Miss Georgia Lewis room at the Graded School wore down with measles roseo la etc Friday r JAILER HERKIN had 16 prlionerayea terdayjjul Sheriff Baughman cutdown the number this morning by taking six to Frankfort to remain from one to 18 t years A H STIOALL snowed ui at Crab Orchard Saturday a four ounco rock ho t cut from the jaw of a hono a month i aRoTbe animal was greatly beneflt ed by tho operation W D WALLEN of the East End uggciu that the Crab Orchard fair bo declared on this year In deference to the Worlds Fair at St Louie He layi the 00 fair would undoubtedly hurt t the In Louis show C I Pft t FOUR refrigerator for sale cheap J T Jonas Fort SALE Good aqgobbler T A Rico Stanford r 10000 YARDS of embroidery In this sale Grand Leader WO DUTCtusON of Crab Orchard has opened a photograph gallery at May wood JOHN THOMPSONS ihow Around the World In 80 Mlnuiei bis been booked for May 7 I J C MoCLAUY Ii receiving a large stock of wagon harness plow harneuj buggy harness etc Call sod tee It TilE Ladles Aid Society of the Chris clan church will have an exchange and bazaarla Dr J K VanAridaloi tore during the entire day of Saturday i April 2 I AM located at McKlnney and am ready and willing to wait on the pub Ho to any kind of tombitono or moon meat Get my prices on such work be lero you place your order T J Teter BUSINESS on Lincoln countyi only rural routo Ii rapidly Increasing Feb ruary1903 the flrit month of the routes existence only 000 pieces of mall were handled Last month just a year later 3400 pieces were bandied GOINCI stein St Co will vacate the storeroom In this building April 1 and will open a big store In Lexington In their ad elsewhere they tell of big bargalni they will give antll they move U Ii their Intention to take away at taw Rood at potit bio Sour threw Into a window of passenger train No 25 here Saturday night barely miming a pas longer No tlmo nor effort will spared In trying to catch the guilty party Dy the way a great deal of such meanness is done around the depot at night and Marshal Junes attention Ii hereby called to It r r FOR ABBESSOJameAndar ton one of the lUrltng young demo oral of the East End announces his candidacy for astcsior of Lincoln coun ty this issue and If ho Ii ai popular all over the county ai be U at his homo he will be a bard mm to beat nil record Ii clean both at a democrat and a gentleman and be Ii well fitted to fill the office blS aspires CmcnirCOURTcMfeted Ui work Friday afternoon after a rather busy term of two weeks during which time six persons were given terms la the penitentiary They are Zack Stewart for killing Lot Anderson 10 years George Owens and Vance Salter a year each for kukluxlng Ira Tomb one year for shooting wltb Intent to kill C C Radley one year for breaking Into and stealing from Jarvli1 itore at Ced dar Creek and Buena Vista Compton ono year for stealing Sheriff Baugh man and deputies will take them to the Frankfort penitentiary today civil business was tried this term all the tlmo being taken up with the criminal docket DAUOUERTY At 315 Sunday attar noon the spirit or Mr William Daugh orty returned to the God who gave it The end came without a struggle For several years he bad suffered greatly from kidney trouble and for some tlmo he bad prayed to be relieved of his sufferings Mr Daughorty was 73 years old and for many years had made Stan ford one of In very best citizens Reserved the town as Mayor for two terms and be was alwajsan enterprising and progressive man He had been a memo her of the Baptist church nearly all of his life but his membership was not moved to tho church hero until about 20 years ago Prior to that tlmo was ono of tho pillows of the little church at Logans creek Four years ago his wife died but an only daughter I Miss Mollie Daugherty has remained with him and has been a source of great comfort to him Her attention to her aged father has been beautiful Indeed and certainly a rich reward awaits her In the Land that Is fairer than day for her faithfulness and good ness to him At 230 yesterday after noon Rov O M Huey preached a splendid funeral sermon at his lato home after which thp Odd Fellows of which order Mr Daughorty had been a member for years took charge ot the body and laid It to rest In Buffalo cem etery DEESS MAKING Made easy ii you use the McCall Patterns Tho Shirt Waist Suit is to again bo very popular and every woman can havoeevornlof these pretty dresses it sIlo will buy the material and a McCall pattern of us A woman 1 with taste and some skill can maks those simple dresses very easily You can buy several for what you pay for the making orn ready made one We have a variety of Materials No old styles all new In this cm broidery sale Grand Leader Tile weather continues changeable ajulttullIAREUOCSE 0 Jr ti Cod store for rent John MurI pby Joe JORDON the br buyer will be at Beazloys Stable Thursday to buy fat horses MISS ELLA MAY SACNDBRS Is get tine up an elocutionary class of small children See her If wish your little ones to join It AN election to take the sense of the people on the whisky question will be held In Huitonylllo on Saturday Mar 28 Call for tbo election appears elsewhere 8 D TURNER got judgment In Judge Baileys court yesterday against the Metropolitan Insurance Co for 187 for services rendered M agent for that company MR J W PERRIN will handle the Stanford Water Light dIee Cos Ice again this year his patrons will he glad to learn As the capacity of the plant has been greatly increased there should be no reason why we will not baye Ice In abundance next summer TUB district conentionof Knights of Pythias will bo held with Diadem Lodge No 81 hero on March 17 when Grand Chancellor J B Covlngton Grand Keeper of Records and Seal J W Carter and other prominent men of the order will be present The Knights here will entertain their guests with a banquet etc and a big time Is expected r TilE Lincoln County National Bank eDulDItIW Carter W O Walker W U Cum mini L G Gooch J B Potter W H Shanks W M Bright J B Paxton and R L Hubble The board mot yesterday and reelected the old offi cars namely S H Shanks president J B Paxtoo vice president J B Owsley cashier W M Bright assist and cashier W O Walker and J C Bailey bookkeepers I 3095 ROUND TRIP Via Queen d Crescent Route from Cincinnati Juno tion City and Intermediate points to all points In Texas cast of San Antonta Houston Fort Worth Galveston Ama rllla Quaoab Vernon Brownwood Brady Rockport San Angelo Waco Corpus Christ Alice Kerrvllle and all points in Indian and Oklahoma Ter ritories Ticket on sale March 1 and 15 good 2i days Stopping privileges For Information address G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky or W C Rlnearson G P A Cincinnati O IF Col W U Welch could hear the kind expressions uttered aboutblm and know the great Interest taken In his Illness by the Crab Orchard people be would love tbo little town and Its In doelr day and answered as best ho could bun dreds of questions concerning the col ont le condition The aged Mr Sam uel Hardln spoke most tenderly of him and when ho talked of his serious ill nets tears came to bli eyes No man stands higher or Ii loved hatter than Col Welch Is at his old Crab Orchard homo IREV J W HAG AN pastor of the Christian church at Stanford was In the city Friday He came here to meet FultooIto his old homo at Blloxl Miss on a visit The two divines were college mates together at Kentucky Universi ty and their reunion after years of sep baps anon the largest dry goods merchant In Stanford stopped over night with his brother Mr Sam W Severance of the Leader He was en route to Cio AII ford bar was In this city a abort while looking after same legal business Lexington Democrat MATRIMONIAL County Clerk Cooper has not issued a marriage license since Feb 24 A Colorado girl has refused to marry a German Count except on condition that be renounce his title Y t y p c When James H Shlpple aged 32 a street car conductor was arraigned In court on a charge of bigamy at Eliza beth N J he astonished the judge by admitting that he had been married many times about 47 tIme be be lieved Two of his wives were In court and It was stated that be bad married at least four other women one living In San Francisco and the others In New Jottoy He was held to the action of the grand jury Rev James Miller paitor of the Yellow Creek Baptist cburcb Ii dead at MlddlesboroA colony Is being established at Creole on the Southern railway near Mobile Ala A small boy stepping on a match cause a 1100000 fire at Perth Aboy N J Rev John Hlckey was acquitted of the charge of adultery at London Two theaters at Elmira NY wore deitroved by Ore Loll 1200000 Pneumonia and grip are practically epidemic In New York Cleanse at Uutmtt CM bait ItrawUM a hiiuiUnt powth OrrItalrCum cnndaltDmrrldS Uko OPENINGFOR ONE WEEK MARCH 1419 I9O3 Wo will make a cpicial effort to entertain visitors showing them our nice now One line of Cnpell Matting Rugs Lace Curtains Window Shades and everything in the furniture line Having a new mitre box afld a nice line of pic ture moldings we will take orders for picture frames Et- cPRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS MORELAND KY FOR SALEI About 10000 mill cull Red and While Oak lumber at J Id Hlatt Ooi mill about 10 mile from Stanford near the Somerset turnpike will take 9300 per thousand feet board meature at mill Mr U D Illall will measure and receive check or cash for same J II COLLIER OrabOrchard Ky I M BRUCE D D CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOUD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage It solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pone In Connection E D DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford FOR SALEI Ten acres ot land a two story front seven room cottage The house is new As did garden orchard There U a large mill on the place a good crulher and the dam U In good and the natural power U groat economy In running tho mill Does a splendid business Everything is in Rood repair bas all necossaty out bulldings The owners only reason for selling Is the ruth of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This property Is on tho dancing Fork about 4 mile from Stanford and can be bought at a tfor further particulars address HO Thurmond Ky or- T 1 l1ut1uES Stanford Ky Administrators Sale 1 As administrator of the estate of J H Murphy deceased I will al bit late reel dence near Powers Casey county Kyon WEDNEiDAYMAUOn 18 1904 Publicly offer for salo the parsonal property belonging to the estate conslsllnic In part of nine bead of weanling mules one Srear old mule one bay horse fouryenrt old one cow ihreo calves six 100lb shoats tow and pigs one buggy and harness one road cut two 2horte wagons frame and bed for same and wagon harness halflnleresl In mower cud rake some plows and farming tools 15 or 20 barrels of corn Sale will be gin at to A M sbsrp- Terms510 and under cash In band ex this um a credit of six monlbt with approved personal security before the property Is j T F uuapnrq- Adminltratgr AT 25 CENTSWe show many different weaves and colors in Reps Panamas Quilnnc and Scotch mixtures Wash Etoraincs Etc These goods resemble the woolen goods and make n very pretty inexpensive dress AT 50 CENTSWo show many New and Desirable Fabrics Bonretted Mohair in Navy Cream Champagne Grey anti Black Many patterns in Scotch Mix tures Black and Navy Rico Veil andmany other New Gouda we cant mention hero AT 75 CENTSWe show Beautiful Checks and Stripes in New Silks arsaa STORES 1dauirbLo LEXINOTRosen IARt Peyton Correct Styles for Spring I e WF t a- Lw f e ee f toe await your examination of our Spring Showings of Ttns and yjoys fatAidnaAit CiollunJfIr you desire your apparel to bear dis tinction and original Uptodate style tailoring and fit by means see our suitsEvery garment portrays that vital element of style characteristic of the best custom tailoring having been made in strict accordance with spec fications furnished lay us a visit only to look Cummins a McClarym4 JIG r aer r 111 t 1+ I q J qft qq u N I r D 0 if 1MULTRA AND BROCKPORT Fine Footwear FOR LADIES Our stock is now in and wo are able to show you we we think the newest line of Slippers and Shoes we have ever had The styles we think arh beautiful The quality you all I know is the best See them in our wintlowiI ir a f Terms IIE Cash 11e r g We all byus ey iIII aea I e is V aeS 4pae fl a HJsVTRobertsjiIr e M ea Q I ae r we ae ae f + H211 HI HI 1111 till HH+ hF MFff FFi innIIIII H IH Ladles UJe cordially revile you to ca land see OUT lino 01 CoIfardincn I Iffso the cheaper ones jf just in rGeoi Stanford Ky i+ + 111111111 U 11111111111 + 1411 III i III I 1 FFi11 1P+ rXand Panic I GREAT GAMESn- L E AT wN CRAIG Pharmacists r I Successor to Craig Hockey y r l I STNFQD KENTUCKY l 11 4j 1 c f THE JNTER1ORJOURAL itnlered n the pottoftce at Stanford at lattatter r bldahar da3 1U1cSlirtcSave AT 1 PER YEAR CASH v fhsn mot ioptldsB3OO will beehirgd 1 1 KNOXVILLE DIVISION 2Tra1alolaINOlotpm02SII II IIMII II 80Iltll1217 am No25 II p 10 BOB QUIS 66749 AJOO I will stand tho above splendid Jersey bull at my place near water at 1150 In advance Return privileges permitted j D OAMENISOn Stanford Ky a J He IOONE A CO Proprietors LIVERY fIND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv I Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Alto Dealers InVail on us on Depot Street t Coat t Ptrtabla Engfni and Saw Mill For Salsa IWillsell privately Will also sell a 15 power engine boiler All In good repair nit at a bargain to closo up business Will take part pay In lumber Powei SWEJlKT Stanford Ky I Dal Traylor DEALER IN J Whisk Brandy Wines Beer Etcl1 DupeeterseasSTANFORD KY Promptanipolite attention Nothing but tho bet to drink Mall phone er telegraph orders receive prompt attention H C RUPLEY 1 Ae Merchant Tailor 6 STANFORD KY G tvli Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call LUTES BOONE 0 CO Real Estate Agents Stanfordr Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to see ua Wo have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you to sell Liver- ytabletanfnrd It in our hands Ofllco at Boonoa Ky R B MahonyInflpcnt 6 Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties Lincoln and Casywho may be looking n suranctagain Kire Llgbtnlng- aDd Tornado None but tho and best OldLine Com pinks represented and the low est possible rates are guaranteed c Phone 02 Stanford Kentucky MBS CECELIA STOWS Orator Entro Noas Club 176 Warren Avenue CIIIOAOO ILL Oct 22 1002 For nearly four ears 1 suffered from ovarian troubles The doe tor insisted on an operation na tho only way to let well I however operationMyas I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a of Wine of Cardul for mo to tr and he did so- Ibegantoimprovemnafewdaye and my recovery was very rapid With anotherbeing eMXLtW Mrs Stowea letter shows woman how a home is saddened horecotnpletelyWine ness and brings health and Irappi ness again Do not on suffer Go to our druggist today 3andCardui secure a f100 of WlNE4GUiDil e d r v Yk t rhrw UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a small amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp money Give me a trialFluxlc ATKIHS Stanford IdOlW Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fancy HorsoShoora West Main treot Stanford Kentucky R A JONES l DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Higgins A McKlnneya Ston Telephone Bu 01 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Probe atonal bills due when services are rendered and must O paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE s W1088E I SN Prorg JUNCTION CITY KY nrstOUsi Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Oraln and nay For Balei Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately mv farm of ISO acres on the Liberty pike 2K miles from Ilustonvlllo It Is all grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It a good house of 7 rooms a tenant house two took barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address O W Rife Jr Ty rone O T or call on JP mae Huston vllle Ky J LII Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSODIAUUSIB FurnltureMatUnpRuK8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Price right STANFORD KENT- UOjc McCi1Y t1NDEBT AItEB EMBALMER And DealearIn BABNESS SADDLEBrIC Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Bustonvllle Ky elegantly P 0 Agency for firfitclaaa Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work quarautecd Your business BO Btited t f IN MEMORIAM Our entire membership Is grief stricken On Feb 11 through the carelessness of the train crew Bro Fred P Bishop was thrown from the train receiving a fatal wound from which hodled on the following day at the Oklahoma City Catholic Hospital Bro Bishop was ono of our most active deacons and beloved by hoentlromam barsblp He came from Kentucky and from the very fire bo was active In the Maslera work Be was always ready to servo and the thought of failure nev er came to his mind We were together so much and his entire conversation would be about his family and about the church Hit de sire was to provide well for his family which be did and to see the Church of Christ ID Ponca City a social spiritual and financial success To this end he labored untiringly He leaves a wife two children fath ere mother sisters and brothers to mourn his death His home is saddened for there be was so tender and affectionate He had a host of friends as wasevlno ed by the large concourse of businessmen and women In attendance at his funeral on a busy Saturday afternoon The church was packed and there were more people on the outside than bad gained entrance When the opportun tty was given these too came In and Viewed the remains with tearful eyes and saddened hearts Oh cruel death why didst thou come so soon For he was a noble young man and useful My acquaintance with him was of but a few months yet it was most pleasant He was a true yoked fellow and I miss him for I loved him But when I think of bow precious bo was to his family and bow they will miss him self forgotten add I find myself praying God to bless and keep his homo A good man Is gone from us but is not forgotten all Image lingers In tbe memory of all for there it Is indel ibly stamped Our loss Is his gale therefore we quote Rev 1413 And I heard a voice from Heaven saying Blessed are the dead that dlo In the Lord from henceforth Yea sayeth tbe Spirit that they may rest from their labors for their works follow with thorn J A Tabor Pastor Ponca Ci ty O T To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of tbe Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part of tbe States history and at a mon critical time As judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Its proper con caseYtouching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under tbe law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and oQlce to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL Proper Treatment of Pneumonia Pneumonia Is too dangerous a disease for anyone to attempt to doctor himself although he may have the proper remedies at band A physician should always bo called It ahduld be borne in mind however that pneumonia always results from a cold or from an attack of the grip and by the proper treatment of these diseases a threatened attack of pneumonia may be warded off There is no question whatever about this as during the 50 yeare and more that Chain berlains Cough Remedy has been used we have yet to learn of a single case of a cold or attack of tbe grip having resulted in pneumonia when this remedy was used It is also used by physicians in the treatment of pneumonia with the best resulte Dr W J Smltbof Sanders Ala who is also a druggist says of it I have been tolling Cnam berlains Cough Remedy and prescribing it In my practice for the past six years I use it in cases of pneumonia and have always gotten the best results Sold by W N Craig yrThe Stanford JOURNAL Is 32 years old tbo present editor Mr E C Wal ton having been connected with the paper for 22 years The INTERIOR JOURNAL ranks at tbe bead of tho list of newspapers and Its great popularity is justly deserved No ono wishes Mr Walton more unalloyed happiness than does tbe writer of this paragraph Lancaster Record i S S It Never Disappoints F J Williams proprietor of the Ham ilton Drug Co Hamilton Ohio says Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy is practically the only remedy he sells for camps diarrhoea and colic for the plain reason that it nev er disappoints For sale by W K Craig c REMEDY FOR CROUP The following loiter has been tent to this omen with the request to publish for tbo benefit of mothers whose child I von aro subject to croup Aa there uro so many dear children I at this season of the yearsufferlog with croup I fool an earnest desire to let mothers know ol a remedy for this dread disease This Is In ao way an advertisement nor do I expect ono cent of remunora tlon I simply feel so grateful for the wonderful relief tny child has had that I want other mothers to know of It I have a little daughter 10 years old who has had asthmatic croup since she was three months old so bad she would have violent spasms Wo spent hun dreds of dollars doctoring her without any relief until I accidentally thought of using Hyomel Since then she has not bad a bad attack and wo always go to bed with a bottle of Hyomel under the pillow I woud rather bo without flour ID the house than without Byo met It Is a God send to any mother whoso children hale the croup- I will gladly answer any letters writ ton me concerning Qyomel All I say Is If one Is discouraged from other remedies trythls Mrs Mary E Cress Third and Commercial Sts Atchison Rae Feb 26 1004 Mrs Cress recommends a remedy that Is undoubtedly wellknown to our readers as one of Stanfords leading druggists G L Penny hag the Ideal agency for Uyomel and sells It under a guarantee to refund the money If It does not give satisfaction The Executive Committee of the Na tional Board of Underwriters Is taking step toward ao Increase of Insurance rates In the congested districts of large cities Porchclimbers visited two homes In Louisville and secured booty valued at 11400 Jesse W Sweeney1 rnorsticTon I Livory Food and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rlgsat rcuonablol rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SSUOABS Prcprlitcr- Qetfrtc tight In every roes Refurnished inj wvjer eetlc New MaajgenMt M Bab the faverl terser weds ae tratet Urge WeMKghteJ Sample Rees Notice of ElectionI Regular term Lincoln County Court held Feb 8 104 lion James P Dailey Judge presiding- In the matter of the petition of George D Woatherford and others as to whether spiritous vlnus or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned In the town of Htutonvillo Ky The written petition of Ceo D Wealh erford and others asking that an election be held in the town of Hustonville Lie coin county Ky on the aOth day of March 1004 to take Iho sense of the legal voters in said town who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors hall be sold bar tered or loaned therein having been received by Jas P Dailey Judge of the Lincoln county court on the zGlh day of Jan 1904 and having been filed In the open court an order notifying its said Tiling having been entered in said court at a special term of said court heldod the 26th day of Jan 1904 the matter came up for hearing upon said petition and the proof and it appearing lo the court from the petition and the proof heard that the said petition was signed by all the parties whose names appear there to and that each one of them are legal voters in said town and qualified to vote at an election for county officers and it also likewise appearing to the court that of the said petitioners 34 in number are legal voters of said town of Itustonville Ky and S3 it therefore appearing that the petitioners of said town are more than Twentyrive 25 per cent ot the votes cast in said town at the last preceeding general election and that time said petition ers have in all respects complied with IbeI law It is therefore ordered and adjudged by the Court that an election be held in said town of Hustonville Ky on the zCth day of March 1904 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote at an elec tion for county officers upon the proposi tion whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein M S Baughman Sheriff of Lincoln county is hereby directed to open a pollat each of the voting precincts to wUVot log precincts No1 and 2 in Hustonville Kyon the 26th day of March 1904 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in said town who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein Attest GEO D COOPER Clerk Lincoln County ourlIA copy I First National BlankStanford ICy Capital Stock 50000j This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 189S then reorganized as the National hank of Stanford In 18CS and again reorganised ai the Pint National Ilatk of Stanford lo 18SJ having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It is better supplied now with facilities for transact business promptly and well than ever before In lu and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Is LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK STOCK Directors J B Faxton J B Owiley 8 H Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Successors to The Farmers Rank Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Central Real I Stanford Ky JoM4g aerie el unimproved land la 1 county Mo IK mile Sabina Station Iron oimntarro t Will MU ot xehaag ta ire i cranky No tiatallfarm STaene II the from bUn tad ItooMvl freeoot rooms back porch and I veranda Coal barn sad other bulMlngt In tool ImaultdvatkyUetttbtat mul tk a raealal reala sod can be Mill at bargain CloM to teboa4 and ebureh- Price l pr sere Land adjoining HI4 roll Wand IU Thtakabrgaln Nol Two story ill room dwelling bun iHMkebmt ca Whole place In I watered sad twlldliigs In good eondl KIM IrlnlOW No USte roam dweilla good edlar sad II sera Iod Ntfer fII1and spring Feoelng hepplsowu No SS4ll acre ol coil and Umh r land kaixllo IVrrr on Drip Vlae Crnka trltMlarrof the Nertb tort of Kaaiutif deer- Fkurcalrsotwalsrybg l tbkkaa from ay- test to flu teat ulcer vlgsNe le lb mowtb abarctmk A ralliaad tawrv1ed within th- miles of said property Tb timber raniUli TIU rt d Wlll Iftlor i h C on seal N UA alee twe entry fight room rem dwtUlBlineUatord Ilutwebilb goal eels r with rowrele or sJarden well 1o H ljfB- rtnonlhnrc IoIna place rata frTb veiling tens for 113r month ThU prop sty U In repair sad ran Ix beegbl fat Itlg No 4JPm1loInld Uurft M land In Lincoln cuuDtjr Two Utr1 room ttun naliltora S If nant hou barn room far oter MO bead ol etoh and aU otbr nceuuy outbuilding all l- asSerir Clear M clmrcb Mbool po l1IIftt railroad and In goal nMhU rbood 400 arm In cultlf alien nol In grau aod llmbrr tla This luo u all oanrtnltiHvon fMcaleetctall waUred with II nirer fanlni Me l4lneasonab- lN67Nteeetlsge 7 crn land within IS IIInN el Stanford In rood repair Irotlog gout ttrrlaitlnt well aad good crtlar loot baru Mtxai KnokebouM At Young orrbard and fln vine yard lendbl plan to hue garden prelate to apply li towu SIM NastSO sate of land on mil from Somerset Kyeultnwtenadd Forty an In culUra lion arm pailurr baianr In limber IJItl- a eontainaweenrooms IrdbarnandallneetMary outbuilding Jarddid repair Well watert1 rrlnJJsoo No 2a160 arm of land In Kenl county Kee de mUM from railroad and JJ inllna froio Arkaniaa river janDI arreaefland li titer bottom It flntclaMlandaodlngnaa Tola land U for sale or aachange NOM Alarm of JOT aerrf la Unooln musty Three good dwellings S good barn aid other out building each hour tarn etc about lb canter of 100 era Ml an county road H mil from church school sod and well watered This U a good tbaanHarm and would suit two or thre families that might want to com from tb aara nalgbtorbood Irlco naaonaM- Mo 69 Twoairy rem dwelling of ale roo- mtwohdsVreads 1 well at door end all OUr Decenary oulbulldlnn Also large Waekimllh bol GOIIO Dd b11 flail length or bop sad to feet wide Thus property will be sold at a tery low price No sA farm of In acne tour mile from Stan best In the county well watered fencing good dwelling freau pile all necMwrr outbuildings A eplendld blue graaa farm and only MmlnuleadrlT from county teal Owner nl hoe arm adjoining this has recently related 111 per Ithlo We ollr Uls at W760 No MKiny acres near Pleaaant Tolnt Ky Frame house 6 room sad Barn and other outbuildings S acre In culllratlon rill In Um ber Will waUred SOU yarda from and church lays well on pike and to ldoom munlty 1rlc IssO- No llleuie and lot In Blanfordflf roomthall porch In the rear garden good neighborhood cloae to churchea and MbooU Good lor ainall fam fly lrlceiew No slIouand lot In Stanford Rouse eon sine en room load stable and S acrea of land well fenced One of building lolt In town room noub In for two other cottageora2 frontcould bo built to the cottage and be made s beautiful home Will be sell cheap u tb owner mutt have money Nol2Uwelllng fiU room hall sad porch I netceusry outbuilding sod garen Ala large two story store room23i60 feel lower room with countanshelvesetc Water In dwelling and storeroom alto cittern and well on plop Small lot Uulldloplaand Moreover 11200 or 1830 or will rent or tell separately No 13230 acre farm l mil of Crab Orchard Ky llrlck dwelling S room two tenant house two bra iprlog near dwelllug Finn In high 111 of cultlrttlon 160 acre river lotion lend good fencing fruit eta Irlce 3750 an acre No45 Twotlory ttTrn room frame dwelling raadeto One story store roow two blacksmith shop Mnani house mile crib sad ware house Every building new unit fencing In flneahara Allot tbo property It In Iliulontllle Ky and we will tell It at a whole or sell tarh Well attach stable and clttrrn athoutoForpricsseddretheabove namedec celery Non A plendld stork ofgooJi for silt This II the but bus nese send and nlccat and mutt carefullyselectedtockofgood In Central Ken lucky A n and adjoining counties We will tell thU for cat sad carriage allrou want togolnbueimwyou cannot find a niceratoekbetter place or better trade In thus particular line ouuldeof the cults No nA nice farm at hlanJ Ky well Improv ed well watered etc Price aroo 14 i6jaciet of lanj on Jamestown road south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about r j acres In tlmteranj rest In grass A larce new tram dwell tar also an olJ dwelllnt on place A neW barn end two old ones It Is well watered and the fencing li good On public ioaJ Price Steno storyIxwork In kitchen sad family room UOO barn Off JoersIJ 8 8T llAlinis V 1roi I J J McUOIlKUTB Obr W U WEAUENAitt ObrrDirectors fl V Held Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J 8 Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Klmore B II Stanford T P lUll Stanford t Jai Robinson Hubble I J II IlatiRhman Stanford J M Pettui Stanford Ed Cuter Stanford re- Y CAPITAL 1180000t KatreagnnIland Offlcirsi B D BI1ANKBPrmldeat J B OW8LRY Cashier W H BniOtIT Aist Oaihlsn Kentucky Estate Exchange Title Company IInI tintedoe lbwTwoetwy g tobaeroIaOJNo 17rDlclll la Casey euomty A stddwelll0atnlairraidpleJWtoberwleadwell alrsbl bane Itse IIAat tamMrdenPeu0lyreadsem TwoibeboughtU monyNoam near seayneb0rg hnelagstonesad on good road 1rkoM tryrwlOnandonse Hilly see In toLayttooIOreharoltbNP trhowtentltwostory slorSferthttstockofIbarrfIrecollacohnelng In good eondlllon OS Ithl In mill allon totpojwrtydingood e KingsillKy60servoIn fill well watered two good bunt and welllnecomparativelyschool 1aIOMtot soil C m depot Property nN om witum101I1tthistsonsortbematdirabsboum raacaabl No U Dwelling oft room with 20 acre land ootbulldIDIIla raMONatMIacreriaidla ImprovemnswellllculmutlmiCentraltnckyReallFaulekk No as Ninety arm of land ow Wneabullf tafllrnever falling Npring lrlc Jew feKlnD1eaTIIrmNo 73S sera of goof laud tlz room two Itlhhi1UurlrtOlluooa M olandSepalldaNo 70Ten acre of land two story front cot looJlardeDgood A twoetabiebugghboutoImebebouoeta I aturalIOlowIursoutbuildingthtapropertypike In good mlgbborbood and la worlhl200Altoagoodatact of general IIIrebaodlle DI h wo bwlneasdwIIIDIrfoulSysheldthisplopNo 28 Frame hotel large room double versa IIOroomtronttnr Alarge M garden Vacant lot adjoining M feel front b 200 icyandpermonthUChlDaorllr ultlulloolockdireeams I goodaelghburboedagents 1 A