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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Ji I 11 r JOURNALrI VOL IuI Z NEWS NOTES Tboro wore IIof Suicide In New York In ono day The worlds popula lon IB Increasing centuryt In Now York Irom excessive cigarette smoke leg A Chicago man hir wife and two daughters woro asphyxiated by Illumi 4eating gas- German export to the United States increased 114878770 during 1002 over the year 1001 dUlll Dickens of Covlngion died of wound Inflicted bv a poker In the t hands of hit too I One year ago 0211 rural delivery routes were In operation and now tbo number It 12474 Two women and two children lost their live as the result of a Ore In the Hotel Somerset Chicago Robber stole 12000 from n private bank at Ordway Col and escaped on horse which they alto stole A Covlngion woman committed aul cldo by taking carbolic acid while guests were assembling for an enter ulcmenl In a fight between citizens and safe blowers near Eagle Wit ono robber t was shot pcrhap fatally and another was captured Within a week death bad remove threw of Louisville good and gran old men Thomai Brlnly William Mcrlwelber and Arthur Peter David Thompson an old gold pro peetor of the West struck a ledge of great richness and after 10 minute of demonstration of delight fell dead Rufu Ctntrcll the ghoul king refuses to testify or nuke any further t statement against parsons Implicated In the grave robberies at Indlanapolit- Tho daughter of the tberlft at On COUtA Ala freed two pMtoneri one charged with murder and the other ao ouied of a minor offense and eloped w with the latter A dynamite explosion wrecked the Independent Telephone Exchange at Georgetown One of the operators wa badly hurt A burning cigarette Ignit ed the dycamtte President Rootovall bit accepted tba Invitation of the Canton O republl cant to attend a banquet given to cole brato tbo anniversary of the late Prca Ideuv MoKlnley birth The cues of W S Taylor Cbarlet FlnUy John Power W H Cnltonand the Golden charged with being In tho Goebel murder conspiracy wire called at Frankfort and continued A Norfolk Va dl patoh says Tho toy pistol hat reaped an awful harvett of death In Ibis vicinity since Christ mss and the record of deaths up todato It 12 Too boys are lying at death s doorTbo director of the United State Steel Corporation declared quarterly I dividend of 1 per cent on the prefer red stack The plan for profit charing and issue of stock to employe Will ap proved lathe Franklin circuit court the In dictment against Charles E Sommer charging attempted bribery of Camel Grave lathe Second railroad dUtrlct convention was ordered flied away and ioO alleged to have been given 1Orav lwu ordered paid to the truttco of the jury fund ENGAGED b Marriage U very largely an acciden In few caleS do men or women set a standard of ntinly or womanly excellence- and chOOllO by U In most cases people become engaged as the result of pinqulty rather than because of any ee preference And to it often happens that the uponthematernity just u thoughtlessly aa ahe entered on they marriage relation because no one has warned her of the dangers the faces Thousands of 1women become for lack of knowledge of themselves It Is to this large body of women Dr Mercea Favorite e0 Prescription comes as a priceless boon because it cures ft Favorite Prescription establishes dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak women strong sick women well After my Anlt child war bore a writetnJordan Stout of Faweettgap PrcdrrtckCo aJ wu yrry poor lor a long tlmr ana tail winter I WI5IO pain dOwn In ck I could hanlly move without gscal utfrrlalr- M huaband got me a bottle of Dr 11 toHte anda vial of mi PltaMnt IilleU whlcS I wed a directed In four da relleTed mod now aaerusing the medicine three seem to be eattrelymontu11 welt I cant u that there are JDIIa when fa ucb a- nu beeuwome I know your meiU lBtl are the feat In the world Pierces Pleasant Pellets the fa frvorite family laxative One Pellet a laxative two Pellets a cathartic dote Bobbitt on tho Law of NationsI CRAH ORCHARD Jan 8 ence to too Lazarus como forth call of your brilliant Yosemite correspondent 1111111 If It pioaiu the king of too trl pod indlto Blow linos upon the law of nations and Incidentally touch upon the Venezuelan and bhclcado question Tills law of nation le atyttcmof ruler educible by reason nod established bv unlver1 content annog the civilized ahabltanttof the world In order to decide all disputes to regulate all cer emonies and civilities and to Inturo the obicrvance of justice and good faith la that Intercourse wbloh mutt fro tuenlly occur between two or moro In Icpendent States and tbo Individual belonging to oathSir William Jleckalooo And this general law II founded upon this principle that sillier ent nation In time of peace mutt do- neo another all the Rood they can and la time of war as little harm nl blo without prejudice to their own real Inicreti It will be teen at once that this law It a geographical provincial and continental l civil tacit compact between all tho neighboring monarchies kingdoms republics and Independent States though separated tar with tbo mighty oceans rolling between It pro vail between near neighbors and far It has the same binding force and cfll thedat between her nearer neighbor and sister too republic of Mexico No matter In which of the aye zones tbo nations may be located whether amid tho torrid heat of the equator or la dis tant polar regions where lies tho un melting mow If Inhabited bjr civilized peoplo all are subject to and muttobcy this law a law almost at universal as the law of nature luolf and upon the Uw of nature and natural reason cod reasonstwinsisterjuetlcetlsfounded Out bow it this law of nations to be known By the works of such treat writers on the subject as Valtcl and Lord Mantflold whore masterly ac quaintance with the law of nations WM known and revered by all the nations of Europe and by treaties sod com pacts between the different nation lo tbo Interpretation of this Uw and com peat and treaties retort must bo bad to natural reason and justice for no na Lion will or can acknowledge superior without destroying Its soverlgnty and reducing it to a dependency When ever ono nation deems Itself Injured by another or Its subjects Injured by tbo citizens of another the nation aggriev ed must call upon the other for justlcu to bo done and If the ruler appealed to fall to redress too grievance complain ed It avow luolf an abettor of Its su jests wrongs and brings upon bU nation the horrors of war For tbo InJur- ed nation must now oppcal to the G of battle there bolos no other superior to which all perigee aro subject The nations may be compared to neighbor living In harmonious peaco till tome rough neighbor or hls boys does a wrong to bis followman Thou the In jarred applies for redress for reparation of Injuries which It accorded peace again reign In tbo neighborhood If not tbo neighbor redress Is obtained In a court of justice But among the nations If redress is not done an appea to arms is made There has been ei tabllihed at tbo Hague a court compos ed of members of the civilized nation s of the world to settle peacefully dlll putes between the complaining and complained against to prevent the re Nat nations of the earth and Is calculated to do much good In this court tho adjudicateP d Germany may attempt to burleiquo tbo Monroo Doctrlno that no o tbo American continent Is subject t colonization or to the control domin ion or Interference of the crowac heads of Europe but tblt doctrloo was enunciated by President Monroo Inl8l7 In our swaddling clothes as a nation and wo have maintained It ever since and It has now grown to be a kind of law of nations and all Europo combIn- ed could hardly revoke It by forco of arms Tbo Monroe Doctrlno shall pro vall Franco taking advantage of our Internecine war placed Maxlmllloo upon the throne of Mexico neighbor log Republic but when the Uniw Stator with fixed bayonet laid begoo- the throne was soon vacant Germany dont vou remember you put most of the 750000 foreign troop In the Feder al army during tho Civil wartknd aided by 2000000 of Northern mon It took you tour year to burn upend starve out tbo South And could not then bavo succeeded had It not been for Ken tucky East Tennessee and West VII ginia So the blockade of Venezuelan ports wilt not bo permitted to exclude either United States warships steam ers or lines from Venezuelan ports debtblerlihcd debtor and stopping his bust Sees and pay1FONTAINE CRAB ORCHARD Miss Salllo MeWbortar opened her school Monday at tbo public school building 8ba e a most worthy young lady and should bo well patronized Rev J Randall Ferris will preach at tbo Christian church next Sunday The member era earnestly requested to be present for a business moating Tho protracted meeting has been poitpon od IadeQoltelysMeedamct Edmlslon and Bastln con clears seriously III Mr Ceo Patton le confined to room from the effects ofti a painful fall George Conder Is as deigns In tbe posloHIca during her oral Mesdames J D Pettus John Riddle and Chris Uutchlnson are sick Perry Klnr and wife have moved Into tbo new hotel formerly the Beazley House nil friend hope bo will have a successful patronage Jack Wells entertained a fow eve ning elate at bid country hums with a game of krokoaolo Miss Nettle Col Her Suo Both and Goo Andrew James aro up from Stanford with re I 1 veil Mr A Addamt and family of Loba nun W S and S J Buroh of Stan ford attended the handsome dining lIven by hire Jane Buchanan Mr Manuel has moved his barber shop to Stanford Street near tbe Wallln sa loon lie has rented rooms of Mr Cul too and moved GIa family thorn Walter Dover and family have gone to housekeeping the cottage of Curtis Cover on Lancaster sirecX Sam King oar tolepone boy has been visiting In Somerset Miss Catherine Bronaugb has returned from a delightful visit to Campbellsville Mr Mortimer Adams Is up from a long spoil ofslckoes Mau rice tjpoonamoro was over from Uub bio to son a mighty pretty girl Jas Anderson was elected superintendent and Kllburn Stuart treasurer of the Baptist Sunday school Sunday W B Haosford Is at the Cover House Harold Hulchlns of Boyle was a guest of his eraodfttiber Geo W Evans Messrs Hughes and Doty of Lancaa ter were here Sunday to see two of our pretty girls David Stoveosoo and sis ter Miss Pattie accompanied by their little nephew were hero during tho holidays with friends MATRIMONIAL Joseph Bailey and Miss Nannie Mor Jan wore married In Mercer D II Cornish of Pontiac 111 and Mr William Tutt of Danvilfo were married at the latter place John Scarborough a widower of 3 and Miss Martha Elliott will bo mar ried at Richard Daughertys tomorrow Slgnor Marconi tbo Inventor of wire d Capbo Breton physician Dr W B OBanoon Is in receipt of dan Invitation to the marriage of bis niece Mlsi Ethel Cover of Saratoga Springs N Y to Rev Arthur Ken yon of Brooklyn William H Bradley ao aged multimillionaire of Milwaukee WU and Miss Marie Hanncmeyor his secretary were married Ho has long been ill and when married was propped up lo a chairAdoublagoldom wedding wa celo bAted at N Y at the homo 01 1Poatmaeter Alexander Harriott by lIar rlotte aged parents Mr and Mrs Tbo Uavlland Harriott and Mr and Mrs Wm A Burger tbo postmaster unola and aunt The marriage of Mr Samuel Pea cock of Coal Crook Teen and Miss Lou Bright will bo solemnized tomorrow evening at thp homo of the brides brother Mr John Bright on West Walnut street this city Miss Bright Is wellknown In Danville whore the has visited on several occasions She operatetr peat at Paducah for several months druggistd of OldTime Remedies In the family Bible of a Roxborough wan there are a number of medical rules written over 70 years ago by tho great grsodmotber of the Bibles present owner says the Philadelphia Re cordA stick of brimstone worn In the pocket is good for them as has cramps whomo a quart of old rum In It with lots of brown sugar Is good for cold In Head If you bavo hiccups pinch olio of your wrists till you count 60 or get some jumpTbooar after Ito welt roasted Tbe consumption eat at many pea nuts as possible before going to bed The nicest and pleasantcst medicine I have used for Indigestion and constipation is Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says Melnrd F Craig of Mid dlcgrove N Y They work like a charm and do not gripe or havo any unpleasant IIockeIr LANCASTER The board of supervisors Is In seer lIon ieneralbllzurdMiss Emma Washburn has aot returned from Loulsvlllo because of tick ness F P Friable has moved his drug store to the North side of tbo public A largo assemblage Is expected at toe reception to be given at the Chris an church this evening Miss Christine Bradley left Wednesday to join her father ExGov W O Bradlay on a trip of a month to Flor- Ida Mr Htrvln the representative of tbe Homeless Children Organization of Knnlucky has been In this city this week Mrs E C Gaines II teaching tbe primary department ot the graded school during Miss Washburna ab ssncB The annual election of officers wilt be beU Saturday afternoon by tbo members of tbe W C T U and a arge attendance le requested- Dr Crlt Farris and W B Burton tlave taken rooms at Mr Joo Faulcon ers Mrs Ed Minor and daughter h ave also engaged a room at the same place One of the bandsomeest buildings recently erected In Lancaster Is tbe residence and storeroom of JT Wil liams on Campbell street kilo which ae and his family have recently moved Mestr J A Davis Emmett Marrr Raymond Flalg Ed Humes Woodford Porlwood and Marvin Adamscameover from Danville last night to play the test soma with the Lancaster bowlers sa each side bad won In two previous contests Mrs Ben Potts of Buckeye was re turning from church horseback and wat stricken with paralysis before reaching home falling from her horse Into a stream which Ibo was croaalng A physician was called but oho rapidly grow worse and idled the same eve ningMrs Margaret Marrs the motherin lufIforedby Igniting her clothes while sitting In front of a gralo and was badly burned about the feet and knees Her dough ter Mrs Tomlloson seized a bed quilt and smothered the flames observedprogram and tbo various ministers of the town exchanging pulpits Dr E H Pcarce preached at tbo Christian church Monday night Rev Cbumbley filled the pulpitt at the Methodist church evening Eld Moore delivered the discourse at the Presby terian church Wednesday evening and Prof Mannlx principal of the graded school conducted tbo services at the Baptist Thursday eyenlng Dr E H Pearce baa been la Louis vllle to eon his daughter Miss Allen who is a patient lo an Infirmary there Leslie Anderson left a few days since to visit his father at Harper Rae Lit tie Pattllynn Ballou has returned from a visit to Toledo 0 Mrs Sam Totten and sister Miss Jennie Petty left a few days since to reside In Decatur 111 Miss Sallie Lou Myers Is vIsiting the Misses Sandlfer of Doyle Mrs Pearson of Harrodsburg bas as her guest Mrs Lizzie Denny of this place toolllltilHevmother In Loulsvlllo Branbam Beaz lAY attended tbo hop at Richmond on Tuesday evening Dislocated Her Shoulder Mm Johanna Soderholm of Fergus False Mine tell and dislocated her shoulder She had a surgeon gst it back In place as soon as possible but It was quite sore and pained her very much Her son mentioned that ho had seen Chamberlain Pain Balm advertised for sprains and soreness anti sho asked him to buy her a bottle of it which he did It quickly relieved her and enabled her to sleep which she had not done for several days The ton was much p eased with the relief it gave his mother and ho has since recommended It to many others For sale by Craig A Hooker Hon Ollte James of Marlon who will bo tbo heaviest man In tbe 03th Congress was shown around the Capl tomtbe oldest member Galusba Grow of Pennsylvania to J the smallest man MoniagueiLesler of New York to too snorlest man Sam Smiths of Michigan to the youngest man Morris Shepherd of Texas and to the tallest man SI Sulloway Craig sir Mocker guarantee every bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and will refund the money to any one who Is not satisfied after unA twothirds of the con tents This Is the best remedy in the world for la grippe coughf colds croup and whooping couga and is pleasant to tatooIt prevents say tendency of a cold to resultjin pneuD1oolaI IT IS FALSE Economy to deny yourself warm clothing The lack of it meanH at this time of year sickness and doc tors bills We can supply you with all of the necessities Over coats Underwear Shoes Etc IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It youre not satisfied T o mILLER Danville KB k THERESjAs much heat in a ton of f3 soft coal as lettheneyColes OriginalHot Stoves Burn that gas Thats why they do twice too service of tho common Patent ed features which are not found on any theboatto make Colas Hot Blast the most economic heater ever manulactared FOR SALE BY Higgins b McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Who Shan Fill 111 esasaaes There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptons told that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to serve you When we fill your prescription every drug that en ters into it hastho exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store A ssas We are very thankful to you tor your liberal patronage of lastIyear Favor us further by a con tinuance of it during the year just begun Craig Hocker IKy WORD STANFORD I w B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Asks a continuance ofyour patronage during 1903 and thanks you foryour liberal dealings of the year Just closed S ew 5J Fresh Drugs at Prices that are Right a Lc o THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINGER Ot Wayne County li a candidate for State TrH over roblect to the ctton of thn Democratic Jrt M F NORTH U a eandUate for the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln county subject to the lon of the party J M ALVERSON U a canJUate for he Democratic nomination for Rer resentatlve of Lincoln county subject to IheacUnnol the ram Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner s iC C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR TILE following card Is from Walter- S Sponsion who was defeated for mayor ol Lexington by Thomas A Combe It was printed In the Lexln ton Democrat the day following Mr Broastoni defeat and we reproduce It our democrats how true and tried democrats over In the blue Jrase capital take their medicine In the first place from tbo bottom of my heart I want to thank those loyal bravedec ocrats who stood by me They may command my services at any time Bt any hour in any way Let bygones be bygones Let us have peace harmon and a united democracy and this mean I tbo election of Combs in Novembei The odds were against me but the beet man won I am satisfied that the pet plo thought I was too young and Inej- parlenced and therefore I cheerful submit to the will of the majority and I know that my frlende and supporter after calmly and seriously conslderlo the matter will fall In line and help achieve a glorious democratic victory in November In conclusion I desk to say that I can never thank my friends sufficiently but after the omok of battle has blown away lot tho watchword be an aggressive a unite and a triumphant democracy IF anybody has sworn oil tracking ii this new year be will surely be delighted with what Dr Parker said about the habit The doctor is thus quoted I hate smoking From one end to tbe other It Is a nuisance It ends ib can cer apoplexy bad temper bankruptc and almost in hydrophobia It is an Invention of the devil It is the devil It Is the past time of perdition No dog smokes No bird pines for tobacco No horse is a member of a pipe club No intelligent person ever put a cigai In his mouth The whole Idea and prac tlce of smoking must be condemned as atheistical agnosilcal and Infinitely de testable JUDGE CANT RILL refused to grant an Injunction to restrain the holding of a State primary and dismissed tho petl tlon of Committeeman Meacham Tho attorneys for Mr Meacham asked lor- an appeal which was granted Meach am says the case will be taken to the court of appeals and that other suite probably will be tiled in different parts 01 the State by candidates who oppose the primary Tho democratic execu tlve committee will meet In a few days to hear the report of its subcommittee and to make arrangements for the prl mary TO relieve the bread famine In Mex- Ico a 40 per cent reduction has been made in the rates of freight on wheat by the railways in that country and the governmentcootemplates the remission of the tariff duty Similar action In cutting the freight rates on meat and the tariff duties on cattle if taken by the carrying companies and the Con green of the United States would be a boon and a blessing Why not follow the excellent Mexican example IN tho Fayette county democratic primary Tuesday Judge Watts Parker was renominated for circuit judge and W T Hughes was nominated for rep resentative John R Allen for Com monwealths attorney J Embry Allen for State Senator and William Klalr for representative from the city dls triot had no opposition Thomas A Combs was nominated for mayor of r Lexington i CHRISTMAS wee first celebrated in the year OS but It was 40 years later before it was officially adopted as a Christian festival tor was it until about the fifth century thattbe day of its celebration became permanently flied on Dec 25 Up to that time It had been Irregularly observed in Do cember In April and in May but most frequently In January The intelligence of an impending whisky famine will cause our prohlbl tion friends some doubt whether to re jolca or mourn For though a decrease in the visible supply of rum Is to be halted with satisfaction the decrease Indicates that paople have been drink Ing a heap of whisky lately The situa Lion la therefore distinctly perplex log COL W 0 P BRECICINRIDOE Is to deliver an address la Covlngton under the auspices of the Kenton County Democratic Club His subject will be Old Time Democracy says a dls patch Tae colonel la a fine Ipeaker and interesting on any subject but a man who has fought democracy as be hae for tho last decade could expatiate bettor on such a subject ns republ1 canletn at presant It secm to us A DILL has been introduced in tho Virginia Legislature to prevent the use of toy pistols by children From tho number of casualties reported from the Old Dominion such a bill is badly needed In Norfolk alone there have been 16 deaths caused by wounds from toy pistols POLITICAL Samuel R Van Sant was sworn In for his second term as governor of Mlono sota Tho House passed the Senate bllllor the redemption of Hawaiian ellver coinageGov Dockery of Missouri announc that he will not be a candidate for tho United States Senate W N Foster of Grcensburg has Bn nouocod for the republlcrn nomlt tion for lieutenant governor Myron T Herrick of Cleveland 0 has announced that ho will be a cant date for governor of Ohio Senator Hanna will support him in his effort to secure tho republican nomination Dr David Jayne Hill first assltla secretary of State will be appoint United States minister to Swltzerlan He will bo succeeded by Francis Loot Is at present minister to Portugal President Roosevelt has notified Gov Taft of the Philippines that he will be appointed to succeed Associate Jnl ice Shlras when the latter retiree from the bench W D Crum a Negro was nomlna cd by tho president to be surveyor of ustoms at Charleston S C Senate lllman has announced that ho will ght tho confirmation of the nominee Secretary Hoot recommends that Degress vote a general appropriate of 3000000 to relieve the distress or he Filipinos in addition to the leglsl ion specifically asked by the com ml ton The caucus of both parties prior to tho opening of the Indiana General A embly went off smoothly B F Shlvi Iy was selected by the democrats to re lelve the complimentary veto for Un t3d States Senator 00 Spaldlng of Marlon countyhi nnouncod his candldaoyifor represec ativo in the lower branch of the Gen oral Assembly He also announced that In the event of his election ho would be a candidate for speaker of the House J M Alvorson of Stanford is 0 candidate for tho Legislature from Lincoln county and is a very papule oung man For a number of your be has been connected with the INTH JUon JOURNAL at Stanford and bas begun an aggressive campaignLex ogton Herald As the result of an election bet He Tudor a contractor will wheel H ones a barber around the courthouse at Lexington on a new wheel arrow and on top of a cotlln mado bl homas A Combs at the new mayoralty nominees lumberyard Jonci who backed Combs will wear Tudors ove- rallsTho event will takoj place thi latter part of the week Yesterday was a proud day fort Kentucky Two of the four republican edges of the court of appeals stopped down and out and two democrat tool their places making the court now- stand five democrats to two republl can Thank God for this much but lores more to follow After March 4tb there will bo but one republican In- the Kentucky delegation Brer flora IDg of tho Bloody Eleventh whereat there are now one Senator and three ipresentatlves Things are resuming the normal Once more and wo may nov er look upon the like of the has been faiaTueedaye Lexington Democrat THIS ND THAT Judge Cantrill reinstated the suit of Covln ton to test the right of tho Goo bel Reward Commission to draw money Irom the Stato treasury Three men were shot and killed and- three wounded by tbo manager of mIne near Eureka Nov The mana- Irer was attacked in his olPco by men Troubles growing out of a strike aro held to bo the cause of tho as Arizona physicians have called the attention of the surgeon general of- the Marino Hospital Service to the daoRer of a spread of the bubonic plaiuo to that State They claim that absolutely no restriction is being exer- cleed at the Mexican towns of Gua- mas and Topolobampo and that the disease la steadily working Its way rthward The Washington Public Library was dedicated Wednesday with addresses by President Roosevelt and Andrew Carnegie tho donor of the building In- the course of his remarks Mr Carnegie Bald ho walln the library manufact- urIng business that he had establish cd 730 libraries and had applications for moro than 800 on hand the great ma10rlty of which be said will no doubt be given LAND STOCK CROPS ETC C L Heasley of Klngtvillo ball I wo yearling mules for tale 2t George D Boone sold to E P WaJds 18 100pound hogs at 60- W L Lawson bought of J D Foeter 25150 pound hogs at 6o M F Lawrence sold to E P Woodl 10 07pound shoats at 6o Henry Anderson void to E P Woode four 300 pound hogs at 6e E P Woods bought 40 100 to 22fj pound hogs at Klngsvllle at 5 to do- S C Carpenter bought 60 horses at1d mules at Owingftvllle paying 80310 John Degloy aged 61 and one of Uell countys moat prosperous farmers Is deadR L Hubble got 0120 for the carload of cotton mules be took to AtlaD ta They wore gaod once FOR SALEA few thoroughbr English Berkshire boars weighing 125 pounds J H Swope Lytle FOR SALEro 3 and 4 yeBrold steer dehorned and good quality and must go by Jan 20 G A Gwlnn Carto wright Ky4tThe cattle embargo on New ED land probably will bo lifted within two weeks as tho foot and mouth disease Is being rapidly eradicated WANTEDI want 500 barrels of corn and car load of oats to ba delivered at Morelaod or McKinney George D Weatberford Uueionvlllo Ky Frank Van Meter has bought the good colt Inventor from Tom Mooro for 15600 This horse ran second In the Louisville Derby last year- WANTEDI will pay highest market price for hay corn and shelled oat at McKinney or Moreland Addre me at Turneravlllo C L Carter There were 1000 cattle on the Rlcl mood market Monday The detnan was goof and a greater portion chaos 3d hands Prices ranged from 3 to 4ii Holladay Garnett bought or DDonild 5 Sanders Lebanon last week 32 mules at 1120 They sold two on the spot for 1150 each and Mr W A Garnett left for the Georgia marks with tho other aOAdalr News Death of Willie Sutton The angel of death visited the hem or G Band Permella Sutton near Deo Lick and called for their Invalid boy Willie The deceased was 12 years old when the great monster death clalmc hIm nits victory He bad been an In alia from Infancy but hobore bit al lotion bravely and patiently never ompliinlng of his sad condition Jus efore the final summons came he SeeD- ed to reAlize that death was prcceo and quietly passed Into the arms 01 death to await tho resurrection HI remains were laid to rest In the cemetery at Providence wbere were atsem bled a host of relatives and friends to eke the last view of the body of LIttle Willie Tho father and mother dId ivorythlng in their power to aisUt In is recovery All the medical aid wa administered that could be given but all failed The wise God saw fit to take him away In his youth There U oni ODsoUtlon Christ said Suffer little children to come unto me and forbId them not for of such Is the kingdom of leaven What a source of console LIon to the bereaved father and mother that he ta not dead but sloepetb for death IB only a dream How peaceful the slumber how happy the wakening nd death is only a dream dearest Willie thou heat left us And thy loss we deeply tcul- nut tis God who bath bereft us He can all our sorrows heal Yet again wo hopo to meet thee When the day of life it fled Tbere in Heaven with joy to greet thee Where nofarewell tear lashed JACOII ELDER L R Hughes Secretary A Treasurer Central Kentucky ea1EstateExchallge TITLE CO Stanford Ky to 1llouseandlotInSUnrordareroomebaltr- ch In tbe rear good garden good rloee to churches red acbool Uood lor amall faro II lrloatSSO- JHinall term 37 ecm miles from btan- lord Uouwol four good room back porch and nreod Good barn other buildings In goo- dnplr Cut In Ilx field well fenced 10 sera ID one amt In fruit tree rat In Qra- uugblatcommwtoeeralat bargain andean be sold at and charh Ice t33 per acre lAnd adjoining aold for IWand I IbllI a bargain Nodbun Stanford Uoua eon ate room stable and acree of land fenced One of prettiest building Iota In room enough la front fcr two other cottages or a ltor front ha buUt to the cottage and mad a beautiful borne Svlllbe sold cheap Mine uermuit here money No4 Two etorf frame dwelling 7 room hall od veranda Wood garden fencing anti Louse repair For sale or rent 1rlc reaionablc No 1I1I0ule and lot In Stanford Three rooml- and front porch foal garden and stable Oood n air sold chap No THouse and lot la Stanford lStortes Iroom load garden mote and coal houses only f3O OB Farm of 80acrre 234 miles from 81an- lord on county road 13 icrea In cultlTatton seven In picture 2 gO orchard and real In tlinbrr Two Im all cotuteti good bun and outbuildings well and fairly good Hace can Ightatyourprlceaaownerllns In Indianapo- andUI must money No I A farm 01 lctM loar mike from SIlO- lord on but pike In tbe county Sixty acre In bat 40 In corn 8 In timothy 81n clover and 10J lacut Inalx adds well fenced ell waterednever tailing well and spring two pond 10 deIllD wn and out Front pIke Ion IbrMluarlera or mile- bolb dwilllnga being on pike Ileuty fruit nd enough r to make 6000 poem A aplendld blugrus term and only 20 mtaute drive from the otyML Owner of fine lama aJJolnlB thla b recently relumed Wineracra We offer this at 137 M per acre The Grand Leaders Cold Weather Snaps rtlsltlsslssssalelssslsm J Childrens Heavy Calf Shoes worth 125 at 98c Mens Heavy Boots worth 2 at 139 Mens Heavy Underwear at 25c Mens Heavy Lined Buckle Arctics worth 125 at 89c Mens Storm Arctics worth at 69c Ladies 25c all Yarn Hose at 19 Cts Ladies 20c Underwear at 15c Mens all wool Underwear worth at 79c 6 Ladies Heavy Dress Skirts at 448 5 Ladies Heavy Dress Skirts at 298 Mens 15 Overcoats at Only 975 e Mens 12 Overcoats at 825 Mens 6 Overcoats at 425 Heavy Blankets at 98c and 125 OSfRemember the Grand Leader wants your trade and if Good Prices and Fair Treatment cut a fig ure this should be your trading place THE GRAND LEADERHAYS lit LEVY Props 8 B LEVYManaVor Kol29 acre land with ntccuMry Iropro menu ymile from Stanford Dwelling hai four room veranda hall and porch Large barn IInote house etc Well watrrxl ao fenced and bulldli In good repair Prlci roaionatle No12PeUlnJohIE rooms ball and port necrmaary a t garden Also lug 10 story slur room UiM fill lower rooio IlIpriled with counter ih l ea etc Water In dwelling and storeroom also cistern sad well on plan SIIIUlol back of aUre One mile from KUulord llulldin In JOOt npoalrnd delllor originally 111 aadiconoftrfljoa Will aell both fur ISM or will renter sell aeparatei- yKotsXlOacrebrm 4j mite of Crab Urtbar Ky Prick dwelling a room two trout pour two boos well and IprlBI near dwelling Kara In blghilaU of cultivation 160 aerea rltrr botlo land good fencing fruit Me Ill H7 W an aue No 100emotlaodon Laneaaler itrrrt la Crab Orchard tprlCII In proveuanuelcp115Ffatoekbarn abuadarx itockwattr is town IllWooa No 15A nice cottage and lot on Lancaati Street IJlllllerd room goal cittern etc tJoot 1 too will w1t lor 11000- 1Ka 17A farm of IM arm near Hu tontlll Dwelling of Uht rooms ball Teranda etc UneI tenant bmie Stuck tarn large tobaeeo tarn other outbuildings Cittern and good well In lb lard tad watr In every field on tbe play Kan cut In aeren adds and Ant dase land Farm of Ito acres altuaknl our ltlap- jill1Ky 00 amol In eulllTatlon W In tlmbortgootl barn and 0th- oubulldhngsgoalrepair Pwolllng comMratlTi ly new la SW arils of three cburchc echool poatolc and O A depot Iropertr Itea ou pike and county road soil la the moll dr lrab rum In that section Wa will sail the whole frm for t2i09 or a parcels of not Ie than 30 urea lultpurchaaer la certainly cheap property toI No a3Farm of 75 acre waterfneitDwelllnit barn eta Well and bnlMlnga In good rpatr lime stone land In good iwhborbood doe to cha and on loW road lrIce100INo M A farm oSO Berm In Lincoln county Threw good dwelling S good brnd other out bulldingach hone barn etc about the pap of 100 sera All on county rod tt mile lrom church school and petunia Lays well and wl watered Thla li a good tobacco Gem and woul suit two or thr a fainlllea that might want to cm from the aame neighborhood 1ria rawonable No MA farm of acv n In Caaay county Ky One and onehalf itory dwelling with olE room good barn and other outbulldlsga blity acne lu cultivation 43 acre In timber fruit trera fie CburcbIKlioolNo M Farm ol IIS aces In Casey county T1fo story frame dwelling two good bum and otnt outbulldlagi In nut Bpleodld teUecc land and in goo community A tnrgain al tJOO No Karm of I IS acrea In Casey oouaty new two story 8 room frame dwelling and old dwelling la fair condition llama sat other out building On county rood iplendld tobacco land well watered two well spring etc Thla la ads alrable home fries llfciO No 68 Hflr sera nun Pleaaant ftlal Frame bouae S room and porch Darn and olhe r11I rultlTatlon real In tin ber WelluredIOIIyardtnlm potofflctKboo and church Isys well off pike and rom lI1ulllly 1MoZU0 We bu buyer fur 260 or 700abe arm IItUttdl- rom one 10 tbree miles from town Also buyer ror bout 100 acre ltuatnl from one to four ulln from town with or without ImproTeaenta Ala a buyer fur an 14000 to f 000 farm close to town No U Four bowel and Iota In Rowland Ky Price 8100 each No tqK acres of land near Crab Orchard 20 Two tory house 9 room ballTeranda area iplendld land adjolnlngln titanferd Irop erty In good water and In house cistern at door lleautlful home IrlcettQOO No 22 house of Sr roonll porch ooe acre ol round and table One mile rom town lrIl2OOINo U Fam of 143 acre 5 mUse from Stanford Frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 porches 1 twrni not log atable and wagon abed combined the OIber in extra good frame with cattle ihed attached tarn e arranged for curing tobacco Aim ennety amokebouae and corn crib Fine orchard enclig In goal repair Well watered 2 clatcrna rte This farm hu been occupied by a former own er 17 ycan and la well preserved and Impaired li In inlleofpoatofilce church and booL Ilentrd or for half rent and la cultivated In oora wheat tobacco and clover Title perfec- toatprvseutownrt34i0 aa county records will bow No Dwelling of room with 20 acres land lu Moreland Uood barn and necrtaary outbuild 2 well In orchard and 2 Crt atrawberrle Immediate powculon hire 5900 No 26 Frame hotel largo room double reran lulta1bltapered Iud painted room and veranda each A irge barn on mama lot used u livery stable land garden Vacant lot adjoining 36 feet front b 0- 0ft deep All of Ibis property Ia In London Ky nd II a fine chance for some one to make money roprletor hat refund to rent property for tSO rrTenth On account of wife canon for telling proprietor desire to exchange countyNo acre In Oarrard county 3 mile from lAncaater All In grace timothy lover and bluegraaa slept 10 0 b springs wellpond Dod IneltIcred the place is rich tad ruductlre grow nernp and tobacco Newly hoc with wire and locust VOlta A goo l orchard mproTementa a twoetoryelgnt room frame welling wardrebee In each room pantries cellar etc newly covered and painted tenant bouae barn and other outbuildings all In rood condltlai In good neighborhood Oar church ecboolJoUpoI oiioffico ant store within 400 IIr lbla place wl be told cheap by TIME AfTER TIMEal 1 He have extended greeting i tn no cretin cicutnK number ol cuitometi Our ImilntM grows larger because more pee plo are finding out Ibat they can IlureoJchase here at ajon blf prices too newest tiling in JEWELRYWatchuOoldand Silver Voreltlm In repairing of watch cloets and jewelry I enlifaGfactioa l WaH MUELLER Stanford n HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE 55 INCH r +iMw eAn F awlRulit U Special Hot fora sad Cattle Style SUya u In or 0 In apart Stay u In or 61apart Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically ever lasting Never goes wronj no matter how great a strain is put on it Docs not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigsIEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you howJit willao you money and fence your fields so they will stay For Snic FARRIS a GO IDcnlers in Groceries Hardware c tn First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock JSOOOOi This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized IU the National stank of Stanford In U6J and agaIn reorganized utbo First National Hank of Stanford In 1882 hurlnjj had practically an unlnter upted existence tar 43 rears It la better aupnllod now with facilities for transact ing buelneiM promptly and well than over before In It long honorable career Accounts of Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Ky Stanford Ky jfa Individuals Officers I J HOOKER Preat tl JJ MononKHTS Chr I VI II WEARKN nkpr DlrllotorsI F Reid S T 18 DanlIIetW P J II U U II nanghman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jai Roblnion Hubble I J H naughman Stanford W P Tate Stanford 1 LA 1 Dr If Goldstein I OF LOUISVILLE KY 011 w Eye Specialist t will bo at the VERA DA aOTELTuesday and Wednesday January 13 and 14 An Eye Point II you weal perfect vision you should have your EYES EYESI M asanre H r rJo t tiTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1SrANF0IW KY JAN 0 looa propor1tlonlnot do bettor It yon paid us double th price which Is always reasonable Pen cyi Druj Store PERSONALS MRS WALTHU UOLTZGLAW U very tick W W WITIIHRS hero from Cln ClDDBtl- v Mils 0 M IltOBU visiting Daavlllo friends MASTER JOHN WILLIAMS Is III with V pneumonia t OEO O KLLIB wont to Lexington Wcdnoeday MRS M C SAVFLEV hai been for icreral days 1Mn T J DILL Jit wont to Rich Tuesday J j thfortPKTKR STRAUIJ II at his home near Halls Gap DBAZLKY wont to WhItley I 4county yesterday R C DOCKEU visited her par Richmond liarNDR J D OXVSLEY Is suIerlDt from a bronchial trouble Mss ILA RANKIN has returned from a JCrnrNCEhis uncle Mr M D Elmore Miss ELLEN SCOTT of the Gosbcn section Is of appendicitis MRS D J PiNKERTONU being treat ed at Joseph Price InfirmaryclMiss MAitV VARNON wont to On thlana Tuesday to visit relatives MR JOSEPH COPPKY made a but nets trip to Livingston this week f MISS EVELYN EASTLAND of Louis vllle Is with Mrs Mattlo Wither Miss WILLIE V DAWSON of War wick Villa Is visiting her sisters hero EVERETT STONE spending a tow days with his friends In the Bubble section MISS ANNIE PESCE has returned from a protracted visit to friends at- w toJUDoeJ0UalwiiuLand H Tomllnsoa were hero from Lanca- ter yesterday nON J S OWSLRY SR spent soy oral day with hi daughter Mrl J Well In Danville v MRS O P HUFFMAN and daughter Margaret are visiting Mr sod Mrs Oscar Huffman In Danville R H DitONAUon of Crab Orchard i Is In this city looking attar tbo estt of MM Mary K UronaulhntabmoD Climax DR J O DECK orders bli paper changed from Wllmoro to Somerset Hahas bought Dr Mallory dental o flco tho MARSHAL R G JONKS and daug tire Kittle and Maggie went up Rockcaitlo yesterday to visit the far lly of Mr 8 H Martin Miss SARA WOOD LYNN who spent Cnrlitmai with her parents left yea terday for Danville to visit a few days before returning to Somerset JOE YOUNG arid wife of Occola Ark and J W Grlnlo and wife of Lexington have boon guess of families of Luther and W U Undc woodMISS TEVIS CARlENTBH of Stan ford has been the attractive guest of MI EmilY Chonault Mrs T a tilarethoRuettsof Richmond Register Jour 0 PEIULES who moved from the Hayden farm to tbo Shanks farm near Preaohonvlllo Is delighted w- lt bJthe onango lie has a splendid tat tbo house li being put In good repair inside and out and tho neighborhood Is t an axeellentOneN JR and family of1 turned last week from Brown TenD to their home LaVewood Cot tago In this county They bavo mad o their home In Tennessee for the six years and many friends will pleated to welcome them back to old homo In Kentucky Advocate t LOCALS TAKE your calves hide chickens and furs to J B Biggins and get cash t for themfitJ C BARKER ot Huitonvlllo us that little Edith Rubarti who tORat his homo was only Qvo years that pernicious pneumonia was THE young ladles of the Presbyte I plan church will glvo a Chinese tea o- nt the evening of Jan 10 In the hall over Higgins 1 MoKlnnoys store room Particular next Issue A COW up In Madison county di from eating 23 twists of tobacco that rato bow many cigarettes would havo taken to knock out tho bovine years subscription to the cheap w and best for the correct answer t A WASHINGTON dispatch says that In compliance with the request of Gilbert tho rural routoCongressman from Moreland will bo established Fob 2 The routo is as follows Morale id around tho black pike to Huston ylllo thence down Stanford pike to F Raids thence MllledRevllle plko to rJo Moreland CAKES baked to order at Willis TRY Englebards coffoy Jno Bright Co GOOD piano for sale Mrs S M Ran kin REDUCED prlcoi lap robes J 0 McClary oGitUBUD Oyster Shells for chickens at Craig Bookers handedbuckboadflee IAII11BfISPllt return sacks or call and settle for them J B Baugbroan Jr Co knTarnWithers Furniture Co and other stores havo Invoiced this week HOUSEHOLD and kitchen furniture for IAle at a great sacrifice Call at ooco for oral choice H M Rankin POlL ItaNTs cron Lancas tel street and law olllccs formerly oc cupied by W A Trlbblo Apply at is olllce or write to W P Walton toD 4t NOTICE The Stanford Male and Fe malo Academy will resume Jan 12ib 1003 Special attention given to prep aration for college and university education John L Dewlap principal NEW P ATMcKINNEY Jams J Durham hoe been appointed postmas tor at chfopaumarlyearsrAUCTION I will anauction In the Maccaboo storeroom at Wane burg next Saturday 10th 600 overcoat 400 pairs of shoes hate pant othing rubber file wlll go at your own prlco Auction rain or shine J P Chandler auctioneer 2t BKLD NIAIt Sbndoan Joe MoMullln end Charles Rhodes white hope charged with breaking late a freight car near Eubank were tried before Judge Bailey and held over to circuit court In 1360 each They oar 0 arrested at Somerset and brought here by Chief of Pollee Hughes some 10 days ago DANVILLE always ahead or oche- wns of 1U sice In the State no propartNof Ir A E Gibbons a wealthy mer cbaot whole very food of felines an raises thorn more for the pleasure there Is In It than for tbo financial Rain now has over 100 on band somo which are Imported and are vary finsones AN Important meeting of tho herdo a distance were Messrs J 0 and O D Wcatberford Dr J C Darker flus acfd pectus showing the many advantages prlotctcd a day or so TUE next meeting Otthe Central Kentucky Medical Association will be hold Daorllloattho Ullcher Hotel Thursday Jan lib at 1030 A M De WIAGynecologyr l ty Its Abuse Causes and Effects George Cowan Danville Appendlcl tls Early operation from A patbolog Capr a of offlcers will be hold SOMKRSBT Dr AW Cain anti Cain bought of A R Humble tho Now Darker Hotel and furniture 10000 Newton Bros owners of Brlnkloy Hotel havo leased and taken posscslon of the Now Barker Hotel sire Shearer Is olllolatlng as house keeper and Mr Humpkoy Is nt present oceubtr marrlalolotWaycountythe brldo and groom climbed Into a buggy and sat while SquirtS Love pro Jounced the ceremony Mr and Mrs J E Olaunch and son Joe have re turned from Lincoln county Somerset Journal SUICIDE Mr A O Dales of the Humphrey section of Casey killed him self by cutting isle throat with a razor A friend was stopping with him and the two had engaged fn pleasant con creation of an hour or so when Mr Dales excused himself saying that he hoedreturn ce hourIt his son body poolnet of on a razor In his hand Mr Dales was 45 years old was In good financial condition and isle domestlo relations were most happy His iulcldo Is shrouded In mystery and It the talk of tbo neighborhood In which it occurred Ho bad recently bought the stock of merchandise of Engle moo Si Leigh at Shelby City and was to havo token charge next Monday A wife and two children survlyo Mr Dales TQM GILL was fined 120 for breach of the peace in Judge Baileys court yes terday Tills la fine Winterweather with a ranJilnJrIrolD Fort fENT Pour room college on Lower Main Street IP elrsonagePLBASKdoni forget our terms aro cash or exchange and If we ticket you a few doge we expect mini to be palil when the ticket Is presented J U Baugbmao Co RUSSELL Uon flood Russell who marrleU Mies Mlqva Phelps well own hero died at Huntington WI aired 72 Ho was president of the Huntloglon National arwealthyTilE meeting to bave been held at the courthouse tonight and tomorrow ofDtovllloMonday and Tuesday nights on account of the week of prayer being observed THE little tunbcanu missionary so cletyof tho Presbyterian church will glvo a candy party Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock Tboy invite all the chil dren In town to come and help a good OrabblCIIANUE OK FIRM The well known uan d enterprising firm of Cash d McClure 01 Turnorsvllle was recently anged loJJcCluro Harris it Co la dition to the former members of the term Mr J Randolph Harris of Lan Ciistor entered as full partner Mr Harris U well known berebavlng lived In the county much of the tlmo during tbo last four years A man of Industry ablllLyhea continuation of Its very successful ca rear IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Matt Swann died at her hom near Danville attar a short Illness Dr M A Bogle who practiced med Iclde at Klrksvlllo many years ago doad at Kansas City C M Randall deputy collector altoQlco at London destroyed seven ChristrJueylosedGeorge White shot and killed his Wlacheeternearof Indicate that White was labor log under temporary Insanity 4 crMayor GrllUa and Chief Of Police Hughes of Somerset arrested at But pbur Springs Texas Isham Strunk who killed Kidwell and Westerfield In Pulaski A reward of tCOO is offered for Strunk Incorporation articles wero filed in the office of the secretary of State by the Straight Creek Mineral Company lDof Doll county with 148000 capital stock Vincent Boreing and D Boone Logan are Incorporator rCHURCH MATTERS The Rev H A Sumrell of Danville bee declined acall to the pastorate of the Calvary Baptist church Roanoke DrVar The union prayer services havo been prbald every evening thlweek with good Interest manifested in spite of the Inclement weather A service has been arranged for Frldav evening attho Presbyterian church which will be conducted by business men A pro belowhlvlted Scrlpturo reading prayer 1 boathoany conflict between business and re llgloo 3 What dose Christianity of for young meP 4 How may a businessman exalt religion In isle dally life 6 The place of business principles bust ness ability and business men In church work 0 How are Christian people to cooporata In the suppression of evil In boatdstatus of his homo S How is the hue loose men to cooperate with bis pastor Benediction KINGSVILLE Our schools commenced Monday one with 24 pupils and the other with two W L McCarty Is soon to start a lathe factory staves etc for making hogs heads If Gov Beckham Is ineligible w are for Judgo R J Brecklnrldgo for governor Our popular druggist J W Thomp son went to Somerset Sunday Rumor has it that a very charming young lady hero is almost persuaded to como further North Uev T J North son of lion M North preached a trial sermon at Christian church Monday evening Rev Taylor of Burnslde held service Sunday morning anti evening The Christian church U still without a pas tor a meeting will bo held however Thursday evening when a decision will bo made as to a preacher for tbo pres ont year HUBBLE Davidson Brown of Pulaskl has been hero looking for a farm Miss Minnie Pollard and Eatelle Out aLl were made ono by Eld A R Moore at Lancaster Wcdnesdcy They coootyItection muddlo In this district and as earl tbemsolvel for an honest election PtwouldJsot yotIO seed ton A B Morkjbury at 18 J O Eu banks sold some 100 pound shoats to Will Cook at So R L Hubble Is Inj the South with mules and orders BOI other load shipped at once as prices about our turnpikes and the work that hoe been put upon tbemJ What tearful failure have been mad In working them especially In the poor onoIof tho road be Is so lowtbat bo has to climb up on the banks to the sun except at noon radlnJbasbed Is NEWS NOTES Price of all grades of coal In New York have beon advanced again James F Miller has been appointed postmaster atSbopvIlle Pulaskl coun tr UnherltybulldIngOre Tbe Pennsylvania Railroad Company Is to spend about 185000000 for im provements J M Atberton and Miss Rattle Clark eloped from Livingston to Jelllco and were married CIerkloInalcd to succeed himself At Toledo a physicians certificate Is chapcglvoblmGrove Park Fla plunged a knife into his heart killing him Instantly correspondenttGodfrey Hunter Jr has been tried and setDR Pe Wa Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myors House Flats Estray Steer A 1000 pound black itccr came to my bypayingWM 11EOIC Stanford Ky Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky splendidtablemeet all traios89 FARM FOR SALE I drain to sell my farm of acre loca ted on Knob Lick Jj mile or Knob Lick nearlymainder in BluoOrMs line on It a good substantial dwelling good barn and other outhouses yell watered by cistern springs allfalmS W OIVENS Stanford Ky Stock of Merchandise FOR SALE On Main St in Stanford Good Stand Making1 Money but want to sell for satisfac tory reasons Address Box 62 Stanford Ky Administrators Sale Of Valuable Real Property 01MraSATURDAY JANUARY 17 1003 Offer at public sale If not sold privately belore that In the town of Grab Orch ard the following valuable real estate let landeOrcbardSprings onLJlncnltorard Ky This ti u very desirable piece of property containing all tho necessary out ulldlnn and a good well on place 3rd A nlco building lot near the center of town fronting on Main Street 00 foctant running propFtheaon y Bale M S JJAUO MAN Administrator with will annexed of Clara W Singleton NOTICE All persons having claims SingletonwlllpresclI knowlogthelUleheafor a favor by coming forward ut onco and settling DL 8 UADQIIXAN Administrator ic Oaas Ana Enas Below Cast a aottstorsi Wo will close some small lots of Heavy Boots Sun and Soft Hats Mens Stiff Bosom Shirts and Ladies Shoes at a loss for the cash 2 Boat for 125 2 hilts for 100 u 125 Tints f r5 l 50 cents Hats for 35 1 Shirts for 105 150 Ladies Shoes fOIP5 The goods will not last long at thestf prices so i do not delay buying Visit our CutPrice Counter Cummins S McClaryI 19O3 Is before us and before starting upon its duties I stop long 1IIenough to thank my friends nnd customers for their generous support during 1902I have tried to deal fairly and give you your moneys worth If I have failed it was not intentional I shall try my utmost to servo you better this year than before Conic and see mo if you want to buy All right if you dont loaf with us Leave your bundles enjoy our fire use our stationery Its as free as the water that runs Yours gratefully Terms Cash H J McRoberts I 11 lOut of ttye frying Pal into the Fire L Is an old saying but a true one in a certain sense Iin to our business relations Wo have ifbmnbnlded you with inducements for a whole year to trade with MB and we will thank you patronageButW Cant Get Away iiFIom our ca11 for customers We want your business for 1903 We will make many improve ments for the new year and promise better and speedier service Yours for busi- nessSEVERANCEm SON 1 r JOHN BRIGHT JR a CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceriep Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass anti Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement DO YOUR TRADING During the coming at the old and reliable store The Charles fcler Emporium r HUSTONVILLE KY Youll get the best goods at the lowest prices there iTHE TO10RJOURNAL td n the post ofoe at Stanford at I toanddau matte- r3LaltltahrAiVmmdgymaxsd3SG6lawl U f 11 PER YEAR CASH Mr Whin not sopaldaaOO will bschsrcsd 0 I KNOXV1LLE DIVISION 021 Train going North114S am- olSII IIM 80am 025 II II South M122I am- Mo 23 n i M121I p ml PARKE HAIR BALSAM Clcram and bmrtlftei the halt rmrootefl a laturtit uwbNeTer Pall ntre Otay- flab to ta YuthtlllColorew alp di deuuat nwretaa j w PRICEProprietor Ilacksmlth and Carriage Re pair Shop Main Street STANFORD tEast business In both lines and guarantee nitlsfactlon Your patronage Horseshoeing at 60c t other work la proportioni A s PRICE I Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky ffiMoti r McaobertDrog Store in the Owalejr I Building R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Offlco nver Higgins 4 McKInncyfl Stor + I Telephone N 01 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment ot- a and for a and chronic diseases sultation Board and tinning shall be cash in advance weekly and monthly Profes lonal bills due when services are rendered and must L paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Salo Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Rigs a Ipeclalty HIgh Ordde ntries and Mules bought laid Feed horses receive personal attention POX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY p LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE norse and Mules constantly on hand and for sate at all times W Logan Wood Manager bra 1Or icet PULERS Whisky Brandy Wines Beer Etc KYOlowetoPrompt ant polite attention Nothing but the be to drink lltal phone cr telegraph orders receive tlrompt attention Mrs Laura S Webb VlrePrewldent Womans Demo crane Clnia of Xurtbvm Ohio dreaded the lunge of life which was fast approachIng noUcedWlne of Cardul and to a hot tie I experienced some relief the first month so kept on bldn It for three months and now I menstruate with no pain and shall take It off and on now until I have passed the climax Female weakness disordered menses of the womb and ovarian troubles do not year off- Theffollow a woman to the change notwait but take Wine of Cardui now and avoid the trou ble Wino of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of Wine relieved Mrs Webb when she was in dan ger When come to the change of life Mrs Webbs letter mean wore to you than it docs now But u now avoid tho Buffering alto endured Druggists 31 of Wine of Cardui I icARDUI- s Is 1Lis H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE It desire to sell farm of acres jnst- outside of tho town limits It is one of the homes around Stanford and Is Veil Improved with a handsome twostar dwelling good kitchen and splendid cellar Fine water and electric lights furnished free Most of the outside fenc ling Is kept by others Very little tent lug to do Splendid barn a cistern at doer Land In a state of cultivation with most of It In grass flood roomy meat house etc Terms to purchaser Call and see the place 18 Hundley STANFORD GREENHOUSE CarnatlonselIyo cinths Narcissus Floral designs on short notice Bedding and Vegetable Flanta of all kinds In season Phono 89rlng 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford PUBLIC SAJE I County court day Jan II I90JIas scent for the Rout heirs will sell to the highest and best bidder on MONDAY JANUARY i five oMind on Huitonvllle pike seThisjraJe1 school church anJ Ihe house has roo moms kh- enceUhnetc Allin gaol reralr This Is a desirable horns and only one ttaif mile from town Term Ix and ta monthof sale cash balance In len retained on for balance purchase 6 cent Any one desiring to set the plat the un1er signedNMENEFhE To the Coal Consumer out Higgins Sims the declare to furnishcoal we are noW the people of Stanford and surrounding country the best brands of coal at the lowest market for cash Farmers we will take your hayand corn to exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee at coafhouoOrderrour money phone U or Uoones livery stable No 88 Boone chi DunvsntSTF- 1N1ORD KY E E e That so called cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in tho premium may cost you a hundred in a lossThat only solid cash in sight amj experienced management guarantee sure That insurance in the Home of New York can be relied on Jesse D Wonron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OarrardBovle and Cfnoy Counties Kentuc- kyIIRISTIAN COLLEGEHn- aonvtlle Icy Announcement for second term begin Ding Jan 19 1003 Oscar D Falls Ph D resident professor of Latin Greek and Ullther Mathematical Mr Falls graduate of the Institute of Augsburg- ermanyprofessorof Music German and French A IL has been laced at the head of the Normal Department Miss Julia Stagg primaryteacher German and by a vo mu sic bya German musician of many years experience boolc keeping and general hua torm without a text book It radical from the beginning The Normal Department under this u to be one of- tb8 features of the term The Preparatory Department will be taught by one teachers In this of of the State Everything at very reasonable theaddressrates For president J+ C+ M c A Y UNDERTAKERE9IBALBIGR And DoalearIn SABNESS SADDLEEY leO Stanford Ky J L8eazleu Co Undertakers and- Embalmors 1XJO DKUBM IB ttnrnltureHnttlngsaugs- They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY YOSEMITE It rain U snows The sun lurely will moot a welcome when U appears againRev Henry Lee will preach at Green River church Saturday evening and Sunday morning- J R Wilson bought of J W Whlpp a small farm In the Dye section for 8375 alto a river bottom farm of Stone Bros for 81500 A footbridge U being constructed across Knob Lick creek connecting Eist and Whet Yosemite which will be of great value to the eastern part f town Tho beautiful bomq of Mr W Li Elliott formerly the home of Joe Carson of Lincoln was consumed by fire Saturday night burning everything with InsuranceMad running wild through this vicinity Sevoral have been killed The little son of Polk McAnloch play ed with his dOwhlcb was stricken with tbe malady a few minutes later Casey schools are progressing nicely The Mlddloburg Normal College conducted by Prof Davis and wile and Mils Anglo Carpenter of Huslonvllle should prove a success It Is control of an untiring leader uDderI Geter opened school at Oak Monday with good attendance Sever al students end young teachers from the Humphrey and Mlntonvlllo section have entered Boron College Mrs Jeff Godby accompanied by her two little boys left Mlddleburg for Ok Uboma where she will go to work at typewriting Her husband will follow in a few days Cleo Thomas of Phil was hero on business Monday Mr and Mrs C R Carson of Uartwcll spent yesterday with friends In this place Miss Sarah Lawhorn of tbe Gllplo sec lion Is with her aunt Mrs Zalle Law horn Miss Etta Watkins of Indianapolis Is with her mother Old Mrs Lanbam reported better In last weeks issue Is very III and likely to never recover Myrtle tbe tat daughter of J K Coffey Is very with pneumonia A G Ham family Is down with mumps Jake Walls wlfo Is seriously ill Mrs Rhoda Short is on the sick list Spear Fisher bee several M N C students boarding with him J P Hubble and family formerly of Turnersvllls now residing in Mldddloburg are taking active part In our Sunday school filling some of our vacant eeateIA Marvelous Invention Wonders never cease A machine has been invented that will cut plUto and hang wall paper Tlip field of Inventions and discoveries seems to bo unlimited Notable among great discoveries Is Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption It has done a world of good for weak lungi and saved many a lifo Thousands have used it and conquered Grip DronI chills Pneumonia and Their general verdict is Its the bend most reliable medicine for throat and lung troubles Every 50c and tl bottle is guaranteed by all druggists Tnal bottles free terA-lltbe Powers interested save the United States bave forwarded to Chin a Joint note warning the government that country that unless the obllga lone of the protocol are followed and the Boxer Indemnities paid In gold grave consequences will follow Domestic Troubles It is exceptional to find a family wbereI there are no domestic ruptures ly but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings Now Life Pills around Much trouble they sue by their great work in Stomach and Liver troubet They not ony relieve you but cure 26c at all drugstores a Whea Henry Marr of Columbus Ind goes to his barn lot and steps upon a neatly carved slab bearing the Inscription 1900 he has 18050000 people on four sides of him for be Is the center of population men of tbe whole United States For a bad taste in the mouth take a fey doses of Chamberlains Stomach and LIt er Tablets Price 35c Warranted to cure For cabby Craig cc HockerDrug gills If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial CBG LeXInGTOn DemOlfftC IB the only daily Democratic paper published in theI Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It Is especially devoted to the Interests of tho Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or furor W P Walton Editor F Pror Lexington Ky r MITCHELLS BURG There aro five cases of tin nil pox near here Miss Elsa Logan gave a candy pull ing to a number of her friends Unole Jeff Moore colored aged 08 died at his home near hero Thursday J H Webb has moved his harness sjop from Perry vlllo back to his old standMrs Jerry Price who has been of typhoid fever for two months Is able to sit up loIre Joe Carpenter and children of Liulsville sprat tbe holidays with her mother J T Goode of Indlanapollt spout two weeks with his mother Georgo Casper sod wife havo moved Into tho Robard property on West Main R P Wade and wife of Liv ingston are spending a tew weeks with tbelr parontlIMr and Mrs John Gibson who have b ten living In Parksvllla for the bast 7 ar have moved to our town We wel camo them back Robert Mitchell Jr made a lying trip to Lebanon Mrs Leo Itylny and daughters spent last week with RH C Mitchell Mrs Lisle Harbersoa and children of Law ronceburg are visiting her mother Mrs John Wade Mist Dell Goodo vis lied her sister Mrs B D Carter near Turnersvllle Tried to Conceal It Its the old story of murder will out only in this case theres no crime A woman feels run down has backache only spopala and thinks Its nothing and tries to hide it until she finally breaks down Dont deceive yourself Take Electric Bitters at oote It his a reputation for curing Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles and will revivify your whole syttera The worst forma of those maladies will quickly yield to the curative power of Electric Bitters Only COc and guaran tOld by all dwggiet- aJ M Alverson of Stanford is a candidate for the Legislature from Lincoln county and has a flno chance to win Ho is ambitious and capable and very popular with the masses Lexington Democrat Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man enduring pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Bums Scalds Sore feet or stiff DuckIlenlcure tbe trouble Its the best salve on esrlh for Pile too 23c at all drug gluts It itbcconlng quite usual for girls to take part In the bull tights In Span lb cities The revolutionary movement In Ron duras Is becoming more serious Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the First Rational flank of Stanford will be held at their banking house the second Tuesday In January 1003 for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year JOHN J McUOUEKTS Cashier StockholderslleetiugA coin County National Bank of SUnford wlI be held at their banking house tho second Tuotday In January 1903 for the purpose of electing ensuiogyearJ Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na tional Bank of Hmtonillle will be held at their banking Louse In Uustonvllle the sec ond Tuesday In January ID03 between 9 and 12 A for the purpose of electing di rectors to serve yearJ Cashier Very Cheap FarmO- N EASY TERMS This Is a farm of 115 acres located S miles from Stanford It la within one mile of a wtofflce church school store mill cheese factorr and near a German settlement The farm 1s well preserved and improved and latrine a large amount of fine saw The Improvement consist of a good frame dwelling house 5 largo rooms a double wallod cellar and two porches two barn ono an extra gout frame cattle sheds attached andespecially arranged for curI- ng tobacco the other a log and wagon shed combined also a hennery a smoke house and corn crib There ls a One young orchard bearing a small vineyard and other small fruit The fencing Is of rails and In good repair Tbn farm Is water ed with lien rfalllng springs and two cis terns The owner Is R nonresident and often thIs farm at a bargain on very easy terms For further particulars call on or Address L n Hughes Secy Kentucky Real Estato Exchange Stanford Lin coin County Kentuck- yDR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache AH diseases Bladder Also Dropsy female Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary write Ur rennet to haspent a Ilro tine curing just suck cases as jours Allcorsultatlons A gravel lodged In my bladder Aftci using a fow of Tenners Kidney and Hl1clclche Cure t a rrnvel halt at large as a marble The medicine prevented further formation I was cured WTOAKES Orrlx Va Druggists 50 11 Ask for Cook Rook Free 1ST VITUSDANC TroublesCURE Sure Cure Circular TI Fenner FredonlaNY Iaxton Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids r When thti liver Is torpid sad falls to do Its work the bile enter the blood as virulent poison Then r cornea coastipauon btllouratss sick headache fever and malaria The only treatment that Rites the liver Just the right touch aid start Natures work in tbe right manner is D AVOHS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIG PELLETS Directors J 811 WO Oeo The pit touches the liver and the pellou Ions tM system 23 doses for 9 days cost S3 cents and ua leu your Ute eiceodlngljr bad you win be weU before you Snub them Saropl free For sale at all dealenf FOR SALE BY W B MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STORErh 1 II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 5OOOO J D H Owsley Shanks WalkerI U Successors to The Farmers hank Trust Company and under same management continuously for 39 year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relation will prove mutually beneflolal iHustonvillc Property for Sale r will offer at private sale my property situated on the of Main on east side of College street In lluitontlllo Ky consisting of hotel and livery table and vacant lot Title property Is well ar ranged for hotel or boarding house and livery table having on same a nice lire barn 6ys13 and all outbuilding neeeoary for hotel and livery purposes and va cant lot for private It desired Fvorlastingwater abundance Iropenr- well for private reatdenco at la now rented for that purpose It 10U want good paying la lDtlIIe tail on or address I 8 Carpenter unites yule Ky POSTED I We whoso names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of treupalng our placer and proee cute the tall ex nt of the law J Carter P W Batter James MeOormack J F Goter Mrs Maggie Illbb Jamea N Oath MrsJ M White James Messrr Alex Tom Btone- Ml Mattte lie lies Joseph llallou J W Ilanghman 8T W n Dudderar M P Lawrence J T Dlngaman W P Grimes Mrs Malcsna T A IUce Mrs Mary a Given J 8 Booker Peter Ralmer W F Amon A U Root E T fence Geo U hopper George Holmes Mn Mary tloRman John Fester A P Iendteton O L Ashley Commissioners Sale Lincoln drwlt Out W I McCArty vs D lIuiIIt SIc Dtfenlint Equity anJ order of sate or the Dy vmy or s the November Ian Lincoln circuit court rnderedtt the above arse for tfw sum of SGthereof toIwo aeJlte tyJ Fib Sl 9ClIJant rer rat the reb sum of laoo- subleettothe sDJ e6 palJ n roes following ereilts Se pal ArrI1 goa creJlteJ tyreso PIA anJ the fur her sum or iii with Interest at the rafe of lei April s of Iqoothe dth darfromrent per annum shall proceedherelamni hts catsuntil raU furd olbS highest Nle Main lit on MONDAY JANUARY u egos At II oclock A or thereabout being easily court de- acrlteJ foknlnrmonths thexcredit or sixlaynport Snare In Unceln county property or pshtngCircle eonWnint sn Kyonthewater thus tegtnnlnx el the Soulhestacre tormerly to con tract or land trlangtncomer of a ra Routes thence S to W set s to white S S W s goal to a rurkeJ ro r as b t roIet anJ dogto a chestnutS W robstoto s Iml y and dogwhite mapleW swooJ t W ref polei conYlnlnr sood 19 J to the begInning acres Turr tie parhase prk the per with arrroyeJ security or must chaser the day orIntrrest fromleebonJ be rlnrecul and effect of jl1Jcment having the foraale until paidnJ will to to comply rrotllrt with these termsR C Colllmiltloner Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Admr Plaintiff vs W W T Stephenson and llevleeei DeftT StephonaonS and order of sale virtue a Judgment of tee Lincoln Olrcult tendered at be November term thereof 1902 in the above cause thai proceed to offer for Dalo at the court house In Stanford Iy to the highest bidder At publlooutcry 1010ndl1 Jan 1003 at ii o l- on or thereabout being county court dy UIUU a credit of 912 and le month epe following described propertytowit A house and lot In Crab on North and East the lands of John Ilucb unans tin South by property of Mrs Pet tie King and containing tractoCahout2 aOutlour acre 2nd Street tn Crab Orchard a res on Cemetery bounded North by Cemetery Street Rut hy the landmt Mr Laura Moore South by tho landsof J W Guest and West by thu land of lollldletD 3rd A tract of shots nnr too PatrroadSomersete acres on house bounded on lire North by tile of IharlleCaron Rat by the Somerset road Wet by the land of John Turubull South lU A tract oftarothouseby the prior land hounded on about 116X acre of knob the North by the land of Joseph Welch on the East by the med of J W Ouet on the SOUtil by te laud of Mat muton and West by tho land of Junta Taylor The four tracts will be sold for the o m the debts of the decentart of paying and also for dlllion of the proceeds mongit those entitled thereto after costs of this suit and cost of administration aro settled For tho purchase price the pur chaser with approved or ecnrt tlea must execute llCartnflegnl In event from the day of and hnlng the force nffnt of a Judgment Udder will be prepared to comply prompt with these terms 1It0 WARREN Commissioner t Officers If SHANKS Proudest t 4 J n OWSLEY Cashier W M IiniOHT Asst Cashier FOR ENTI I WmSeveranceJ II OWSLat Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Chamberty virtue of a Judgment and order of sale oJIof the Lincoln Circuit Court tendvrcd atthe November turn thereof IBM In then jntertoverforoutcryonIortherealouheingcouitycourt JdNCtlbed f Klnfstllte In Lincoln county Ky In two tracts lit HoOnded thu beginning at f ItInrtoJessepoles to a stone en South side of road thence of said roAd f M K toaiaoneo20k poles thence W IS pole to andSoundtbodtlflllloltonMurphythencea soot corner to ant tract thence 880 K flnttractline to the centre of county road thence N IegInldgeonluoinglaud or uflldent thereof to produce the T sums of motley so ordered to be made Ior approvedbond bearing legal Interest from the of tale until pAid and hnhilt the force and elrNt of IlIdden1II be pro rpared to comply promptly with these terms R C WAUREN Commiss- ionerCommissioners Sale iJncoln circuit court PowelltrtheUncoln t hereof son In the sbov cause Ishall proceed to KytoMONDAY JANUARY siTU sptiAl ti ockxk Morthert t being aunty court Iftrracepa tenle4lo hllll T a AJam qth dry of Jnee I0 beginning et a white oak cornet of tl Ito acre A tract patented by sad Adams N cc ti to a eu per It at the mouth or a ranch epain rs OIaJe ttNlienilbegonehencnow to Johnson ilaoin thence hi line S TI W rolnlerSfoot of 4 hill thence comer of Dibney Gooch andalio corner of tin aforeuld 140 acre patent thence with line of the seres IeseqtoawhitaktencgaNutilbe nce N t iS to the 14 end tract beginning at a poplar gem anJ missing beInningdownbeechthenceNthenceN a inur the toot of a hill Gouch a comer also comer to the 04 can tract stove described thence with same N 69 i E 64 roles to I dogwood thence N Ere- ski to a white oak thence N v1 IE n pole tu a thtnCeluvlncr as roles ins mUlberry thence Sa I 6 roles to a v Iidown pin oak In upper enJ of a snail bottom field II WntheteclnnlnrdoublbLtckoakalso Rogers comer near his spring liouw thence N oaklIhenceIn a field thence N 6E ta poles to a gum thence N W at pot to two Sour Woods thence S 6J Wst6 4rckoakanlwhlteoakcorneralsetothence hit line 44 polei to a block oak and a tbonslinetotkeJ block oak corner to RtlnolJS and Wheeler Ihenci with Wheeler line E IIi roles to landtbeingrose or dividing the proceed those entitled thereto each tract to be told separately purchaurtharpresed from the day of tale until rata and havlog the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply Promptly with these lerllls R WARREN Comr t