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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i v y w r v r SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL t VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 16 1903 9 A M NO 8911J THE APPELLATE BENCH The following iketcb which will be of Intersil to many li taken from tho Loutsvlllo Times Thfc personnel of the now court of appeal which sat for the Oral time with the beginning of too prce p week will bo of Interest all over the commonwealth because of the Impor taal work boforo It In case ponding IItlIfof tribunalIhas It been composed of men not only ablo as lawyers to de termine In a learned manner trlcaio legal question that will preont1- themselves but physically able totclear away an overcrowded docket that has been of much annoyance to practl addjdetermJnatlon of the qucitlooi Involv cd The election of three and the re election of one democratic nominees to icaUonlhe bjnch has rem fod the court from tbo ulot of politic that- has surrounded It for the year that I has been dominated by the republican by a msjl1rlty of ooe and more oapcct ally by the Goebel murder cases ap pealed to It from this judicial district Before tba court b cam republican tbo dcoliloD rendered were never coo Idorcd from a political ilandpolnt b y tbo newcpaper of tho Statd and coun try but under the latter condition they were scarcely looked at from any other pilot Since the old condition baa- bJen restored and all of the presen K occup ants of tbo bench are moo of th highest typo of Kentucky cltlzec hlp t lawyer here who are always the Ur 7 u criticise are unanimously of the belief that politic In the court rul lig will be beard of no more at least for tbo next eight year Ii will be a week or two yet before the court set ties down to It work well but with tbe capacity for work which Itl member have It expected that within a year It will have caught up with tho docket Alter that 1 done the labor of an ap pellalo Judge will bo easier and more pt aant than they have ever been But more of the individuals who compose ibis the court of last retort tn Kentucky The new chief justice the Hon A R Hurnam pf Madison county bus In his six years service tbe bench made a record as a jurls- showing him to have been a worthy successor to that able judge former Chief Justice Pryor and lecond to eon of his predecessors He Is well atte to atiumo the responsible position o chief justice of tbo court Uo I tbe oldest member of the court In point o year being just past 50 year of age la this connection tl will be of Interest that IS yours cover the difference In the get of tbo oldest and youegee- member of court and that for six o differenceIo as tbo chief Janice Three of tbe F Judges llobtoo Settle and Barker are r of tbo tame ago 63 years while Judge f Ptynter 161 year of age and Judge ORear the youngest Ia put 40 All of the judges aro moo of family Judge Darker is the tallest member and the only ono who wear full beard All tbfe others wo r mustache Judge 1Paynt3r Is the oldest judo In point of Time seems V1 1oat untimely be brings a woman to the turn of life Wfe is or should beat ita ripest and best for aad she up proacbeaIbis change a of ita effect born of her nowledge of the sufferings of other women it this season There U not the slightest cause fo fear or anxiety at this if Dr Tiercea Prescription is used It gives health of and cheerfuln of and its aid thepetilt an- of this critical are pre vented or cured Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription Is womans medicine with a wonderful record of cures of diseases r Diseases that all other medicines had failed to cure have seen perfectly and cured by the use of Fa PresCriptionI to write you 11 I haft received so much bentflt from UK of your meJldne Mjr s Mrs Llule A Bowman of Wubln on Co Ohio I hue ParoriteTreurlplloaof t Began taking It I could not do anything J hId uch ofmy neck that IIhouahtIeouldlosemymlet Now can- work every day Pre toU remalea ulfcrioR In the of change of life It U the teat medicine I Favorite Prescription has the mony of thousands women to f complete cure of womanly diseases not accept an unknown and un placeKeep the timely + ttse a service on the bunch having served eight years and been reelected Dur log that time be has a long record of- big and Important cases decided and for ono year fill sd with much credit the olllco of chief Justlco of the court totjUltlcoInposition amOD his foriwhlcblice Ougey TThey were to determine between them which war to take too position They decided to each servo for a yenr lnd Judge Paynter drew tho sirs r entitling him to the first of the erm of two year This wilt occur again at the end of ilx years Judge lobioa will succeed Chief Jqstlco Dar nom for two year Judge OKear will succeed him for a like term and at the nod of isle Ionlea Judges Psyoicr Nunn Darker and Settle will have to draw straws or determine In some oth er way which of them sball get the term as chief Justice Too honor of the position all there li to It It car adto o tho duties Of the present Judge only three new onus cams up to tholr present high position from the circuit bench Chief Justice Uuroam never hold an off cis t position other than that of Internal revenue Collector In his district before ensuing on the bench Judge Payntcr has seen moro of public life than ao other member on the bench Do ha never known defeat In a political way tapd has earned for himself a record among the democrats of tbo State for officeI1878 IIo bold thatonicc for a number of years followed It by that of commie looor of too circuit court of bl sill trloi served three successive term In Congro and then entered the service of lib State ai a member of the court eof appeal That ho was reelected to this once by the largest majority ever given a roan la the counties which be reproioot sufficient testimonial of bl ability as a Judge of Ibis court Judge Nunn was a member of tbe convention which drafted the present constitution of the State and lervec flvo years ai circuit Judge Judgd Barker bad lerved eight year on the dliblotron Settle orvcd five years aaclrcult judge Judge ORear flu been In public llfo hlmeldf rotorsti mytcour never In h1ts YOSEMITEtThreo cheers for nOD F F Bobbt- te the laws of nations School opened at the Rogue school hearers Monday conducted by idle Del la GodbyIId Q Montgomery has accepted a call to preach at Green River churn this year this nuking hi 14h year of good work In that church The widow of Dr Ross of Ml Sa lem sold to Calvin Patterson her house and lot In this place Mr Rots and her son will make their future homo In In Texas The Intelligence has reached us that R L Wllllami of Huitonvllle wa t stricken with paralysis Qls slap friends lo this county whore ho li well known extend a heartfelt sympathy Thanks to the deity and political li borers of Kentucky that the republi cans are going out and the democrats earning In as the court of appeals now stand are to two God lend the dill when It will stand sixteen to one The contest at Mlddloburg Normal College Friday ovenlpg was highly on joyed by old and young The students made a grand display of their music al and elocutionary talent after which a social hour was given to the young pea plor D Adams and family of Fishing 0 eck moved to MIddleburg Tuesday edd moved from this place to the Taylor Durham farm above MIddleburg Mliac Qooch and Caldwell ofWayneaburg entered school at MIddleburg Norm College TuoedayvSam Wheeler re turned to Wayne today allot a pr longed step with friends and relatives Ho is la too employ of Mltchel Taylori the exCaiey stave king Supt j 0 Lay has returned from Bores College i where he has entered his daughter In school Miss Lilly William returned from Burnalde where she has been visiting her aunt Mn Cabbell Lincoln Weld Is In e leaWvo atPArkevllle JuBbortMclllnneyDunnville to SOMERSET Wo trust the leyoro weather li a thing of the past as the bright sun liar onco more emerged from behind tbo clouds us If In sympathy for earths sufferers and wo have a rising ature today There bavo been noei1 peclal cases of destitution and suffer log reported bero and so far tbero has been a sufllolnncy of cOil Tho terrible shortage of coal In so many places should arouse the people to coo carted action This situation should stimulate those Interested In the coo tcmplaled piker to the Inexhaustible coal books near ui then as tbo worthy Somerset Journal rape with our 1m proved telnpbooe service trolley line to the depot plko to our National Cem otcry there would bo no measurement to our advantages and attractions and than Improvements with many others aro sure to come In duo time for wo h ave an enthusiastic board who feel an abiding Interest In the upbuilding of not only our town but of too entire county Many towns of larger size might proof by the management of our little city Tbero was not a fire cracker of any description tired on our streets dur ConlequentIorouincis and not a aiualty bad to bo reported The last of the series of entertain ments by the churches was given by too ladles of tbo Christian church and whoem a delightful refreshments were served and every 000 teemed reluctant to break away from so pleasant an asio clatlon Tbo population of Somerset li being constantly Increaiod by an in flux of new comers quite a lirga dele gallon coming from our sister county old Lincoln Let the good people con- tinuo to ensue especially there of an enterprising nature for this li a pushy thrifty pcoplt but It will not do for those to como who aro watching to take advantage of any technicalities of law for even preachers are criti c lcd for legal technical violations ai has recently been tooted A very interesting meeting U In progrcis at the M E church conduct ed by the pastor A C Fellow and Eld J R Savago 9 toreecollege building There will be a t least 30 now buildings erected bero as soon ai the weather opens sufficiently and the now manufacturing Industry booked for Somenel will surprUo many Sufflco It to say that It Is a oe tainty and will bs given due publicity Let the good work continue Hello dear old Crab Orchard Ii li a great pleasure to read your Item Success to you Wo do not like to wtte Mna STAPP OTTENHEIM There Is a good opening for a wide awake doctor at this plaqo Tbe cold weather has mtdo dull for Ihe tilt two weeks David Levin the mall carrier bo tweeo Otlenholm and Crab Orchard baa been walking and carrying Ihe mall this cold weather Richard Dyehouie who has been wlib typhoid fever Is convalescing David J EJarrls and Doory Woods an daughter Miss Naonlo Woods era o the sick list Wm Anderson Andrew Tucker aod- LOllle Tucker took a flying trip to Somerset the other day to sea a con tract or work and they say If Ken tucky ls as largo east rest and nort as It Is south It Is a whopper Tbo oil question seems to bo dead celery but the oil consumer could bas found oil on top of the ground In t of nllbLWmfor John Wentzlo and got stalled lobe hill being covered with ten so his team could not stand up to pull and lour ba roll of oil were loft tbera all night Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a moo eadnrl juilns of accidental Cuts Bruises Burps Scalds Bore feet or sUfI Joints nut thetas no need for it Buck analcure Its tbo best salve situog To the prayer of the Indianapolis minister 0 Lord break up the coal trust bolt President Baer and ibo devil refute to say AmenCool vllle limes The nicest and ploasantwt medicine I have used for indigestion and conatljia tlon ia Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says Melurd F Craig of Mid dlegrove N Y They work like a charm and do not gripe or have any unpleasant oiled For sale by Craig 4 Ilocker Druggists LANCASTER Coal It scarce In this community Some aro seeking vaccination at the near approach of smallpox F D Kemper bas goon West and followJ Inter In his large mercantile Miss block Lllllo Nool was hostess of a flinch party at the Mason Dotcl Tuet day evening Farmers report the weather very severe oo young lambs and fear greet fatality If U continues Mumps have broken out among the school children and several Juveniles now sad mastication a dIOlcuIi pro toes Miss Kllzibelh Hudson was al homo Tuesday rasping to a number of friends who enjoyed the now game of flinchJ reports the sala of several handsome diamond rings re contly but will make no further dl vulgcnces Eld A R Moore wept to Mlllert burg Wednesday to bo present at the marriage of his brother Clarence Moore to Miss Sue Bedford Cyras Eison has sold his farm lying near the bead waters of Sugar creek to Leo Austin and ho and his wife aro now boarding with Mrs Molllo Swope Tobacco buyers hero have about ex boosted warebouso capacity and for lack of demand Mr Breatbltl Brown and others are hauling by wagons to Harrodsburg Mln Lizzie Hudson suffered a num bcr of painful bruiser and a badly icaredup nose by the overturning of her buggy Tuesday The other occu yetis of the vehicle Mrs Tevls and Miss Alice Walker escaped unhurt Walker Moss sold 25 head of trifle at 4Jo to Jop Thompson and Doge Brown T S Ellcln bought a bunch of fat hogs from C A Robinson at Go a bunch of T B Robinson at same and several beet cattle of Jim Ray at 3s The following were chosen ai olllcera of the Christian Endeavor Society Mill Beule Batioo president Miss Rella Arnoll vice president bliss Mattle Thompson treasurer Mr Rosa flatly recording Secretary and Mrs Burnelto corresponding secretary Mrs S P Grant and daughter Mill Eva of Danville have been visiting Mrs H A Price Mrs M D liugbes Is with her daughter Mrs Percy No land at Loulivlllo Mrs A II Rico Is sick Gen D R Collier who has been of asthma In Louisville cano lo Ole home hero Wednesday to recuperate Mill Helen Thurmond of DySimpson M D Hughe and Dr Ac ton have gono to Cincinnati Mrs Elizabeth Simpson le sick Miss Eliza L Anderson a natlvo ol Garrard and former Lancastrian has furnished an agreeable surprise to ber many frlonds here at her old homo by blossoming out at an aspirant for literary honor A charming little Okla homa romance An Oiila In Sahara appears under her signature In the January number of The New Idea Andersons0 Samuel Luck and even indicated In her early girlhood unusual literary and artistic gifts She has mado art a specially developing this talent at a fine Pennsylvania school and al tho lagsouen spoor In Garrard Lancaster claims a major bare of the laurels she may win as a Western romancer aud author Dislocated Her Shoulder 4Mre Johanna Boderholm of Fergus Falls Jlnn tell and dislocated liar backemuchtsop that ho teen Chamberlain Pain Balm advertised for sprains and loreneM and she asked him tyquickly relieved her and enabled her to sleep which she had not done for several days The son was much peased with othersaFor sale by Craig A locker The president of the Northern Pacif da railroad flan Issued a statement call plog attention lo the abuse of parser la sued by too road to legislators In the States through which it runs He de clares that the legislators have In Limes rented out their annual passes to brokers or also sold them otter the session was over Craig t Hooker guarantee every bottle of Cbamlerlainfl Cough Remedy and will refund the money to any one who is not satisfied after using twothirds of the con tents ThIs is the best remedy in the world for la grippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant to fate It prevents any tendency of a cold to result In pneumonia i i Winters ofc19 fasts Will lose their terror for any man who wears our warm OVH ercoatsi Caps Gloves and oth er Comfortables a a IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T D mILLER Danville KD THERESIfIo As much host in a ton of f2 soft coast as letttIeney Coles OriginalHot Stoves twicetheanyothorcombinetomost economic beater ever manufactured FOR SALE BY Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY I Who Shall mi u There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptons and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against it When you dotilslveshaJ1 expect to serve you When we fill your prescriptiion every drug that enters into it has the exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store A stssteta o W eare very thankful to you tor your liberal patronage of last year Favor us further by a con tinuance of itduring the year just begun Craig Hooker 1Ky WORD ST NFORDI W B McROBERTST- HE DRUGGIST t Asks a contlnuanoaof your patronage during 1903 and thanks you for your liberal dealings of the year Just closed esela lt t Fresh Drugs at Prices tatare Right e v I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNNGER Of Wayne County lit MDdldit for state Tnu ttrer iubcct to the ictlon of tbi Democratic put M F NORTH- Is a cndl4te for the Democratic nomination for RepresentatI of Lincoln county Subject to the tIon of the party J M ALVERSON Is a candUate for the Democratic nomination for rrescntatlve of Lincoln County subject to the actloi of the party Democratic Ticket Foe Railroad Commissioner t C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY ForCommonwealthc Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR DR CARROLL the church statli clan gays that the growth of cburcb membereblp during 1002 was 15 por cent The total church rnetnborsb In all religions he puts at 28698023 gain of only 403743 over 1001 He ad mitt too that this is a liberal ratber than a close estimate The sltuatti seems to justify the frequently repeated declaration that the people are drop ping away from the churches At tbe present rate of decrease If continue the figures indicate that by 1975 tbere will be no church members at all In the United States Of course such aD eventuality Is practically Impoeilbl even though it be Indicated by figure The outlook certainly is not encouraj log for the churches and should ID spire those organizations to look for toe cause of a defection which three sue In the end to Imperil their very ex- Istence CONCERNING Youtseys statement to the grand jury Prison Commisslone Richardson writes his paper the Glasgow Times asfollowt In a genera way It can be said that Youtsey 181 bare the secrets of a conspiracy to assassinate reaching from among tbe highest officials of the State down to the actual murderer who pulled tbe trigger Many of thoie accused havi left the State verifying their guilt by their absence Jim Howard Is declared to have fired the fatal shott NTuc Irrepressible conflict betwee the saloon and antisaloon elements II strikingly Illustrated in Winslow lad where houses are being wrecked wilt dynamite and vicious assaults in thi streets have become common All bus Incas has been suspended and a proms nent worker In tho antisaloon leagu his been assassinated The Hague trl bunal may have to be called on to let tie the trouble FARMERS In Nebraska are burning corn Instead of coal Tho corn Is worth to them about 11750 a ton atd It costs about 250 to mine a ton of coal But the republican farmers are asked to support the protective tariff that f keeps the coal from coming Into the country and the corn from trading larg er markets f TUB message of Gov MoMUan ql Tencestee advocates extensive Im provementgln the public school system an appropriation to boused In enforc lag anti trust laws an appropriation t for a Tennessee exhibit at the Loulsla na Purchase Exposition and the furtherance of the good roads movement AFTER two years of tigutlog John 0 Montgomery has finally ousted Mattie Boyd from the pbstmaaterjhlp at Cet terrille Bourbon county If he bad devoted such energy to a more worthy end than to take away the only support of a leghss woman he might now be well on the way to fortune TUB coal situation In Toledo 0 is such that a physicians certificate is required by local dealers before they will soil even a of coal The car tificate must etate that there la Illness in the home of the wouldbe purchaser and that coal Is a necessity as a safeguard for the patient DURING the last fouryeara Jews con stituted more than 11 per cent of the whole number of Immigrants to the United States or 213065 out of 1800 048 This is an average of more than 50000 a year and the Jewish Immigra tion Is continuing in largo volume If not Increasing POLITICAL George 0 Perkins was reelected United States Senator by the California Legislature The Idaho Legislature elected Wel don B Hcyburn Senator to succeed Henry Heltfeld President Rooeeyelt has appointed W H Lewis a Negro assistant to the Attorney for Massachusetts Senator Deboe hart Introduced a bill i appropriating 150000 for a public building at Marlon This la about all that Senator Oeboe doesIntroduce bills that never pus without they are pension b Hi says a Washington die patch i Congressman Hopkins was nominated for Uulted States Senator to lucceed W E Mason by the republican caucul of the Illinois Legislature at SprInt field Information comes from WaeblDRtoD that Gov Taft is Hennas candidate for the presidency and Unit Gen Wood Is being groomed to succeed Oen Miles Judge William R Day former sec re tary of State may be appointed an al soclate justice of the supremo court to succeed Justice Sblras who will 1000 retire The retirement of Representative Richardson from Congress at the 0108e of the session Is generally regarded a a certainty The name of David n Smith of Kentucky has been proposed for minority leadership The democrats In the Delaware Leg lelaiure have made a compromise fro position to the aotlAddlcks republl vans providing for the election of are publican Senator for tho long term and a democrat for the short term J G Forrester of Harlan and pre oat Incumbent M J Moss of Bell have announced for the republican nomination for circuit judge In the 26th district Ira Fields of Lotcher Is out for Commonwealths AUorDey A primary will be held May 2 Senator Dolllver of Iowa gave hla colleagues a tongue lashing In dIscuss log the Dlojlley bill He said more violence had been done to the protect tlve system by Inaction upon the recl proclty treaties than by all the Dolle made by the democrats about coal The Senate committee on Foreign Relations has agreed to report favor bfy the Cuban reciprocity treaty Tbe beet sugar men secured the adoption of- an amendment providing that no IUlar hall be Imported Item any other country at a preferential rate lower than tl e 20 per cent allowed Cuba NEWS NOTES TneMyrile House at Ashland burned causing a 85000 lots A baby weighing two and a quarter pound was born In Now fork Secretary of the Navy Moody was Injured In t runaway at Annapolis No harm has yet been done to fruIt and vegetables In Florida by the cold Fire which destroyed a factory at iamdeo N JI caused a loss of 8130 000 Seven thousand five hundred persoi participated In a euchre game In New orkThere have been six deaths In Louis vllle from lockjaw caused by wound from toy pistols Euo Hardcastle of Warren count wae shot In the head In a fight wltl urglars who were trying to break Into hIs store Because she would not give up ber osltion as barber Charles Lcwlt a blcago shot his 10year old wife ant killed himself The Treasury Department ha e tamed that to a certain extent alien Iris and women are being Imported Into this country for Immoral purposes Judge Barkers first opinion In th c furl of appeals was a reversal of the roceedtnga In tbo Borelng dlvorc case on the appeal of Mrs Vlncen orelog for more alimony A Lincoln Neb dispatch says the William J Bryan and his brother barles are reported to be trying to- buy the Dally Post and make the Commoner a dally Both the louse and Senato passei bill providing for a rebate of duo ties on foreign coal for one year eat wltb an amendment practically plac- Ina anthracite on the free list After deliberating 40 hours a jury a McKee Jackson county acquitted RD- 10m McDinlel charged with the murder of Israel Spark The case was tat- ken ti McKee from Clay county on a cbaDJre of venue At Macon Ga Mrs Elite L Carson a teacher of telegraphy In a buslnesi ollege shot and klllodRobt A Rigs by a student in a rival college Mrs Carson accused Rlgsby of circulating nuglng stories against her Rlgsb was originally from Bowling Green Physicians Introduced by one of tbe- coal companies at the Mine Strike itnmtsslons hearing testified that the mlDers life Is a healthy one thus flat ly contradicting other physicians pre jusly Introduced on betialf of the ml- Derl A sales agent testified tbatthev- rollts from the famine prices now pre valllDI all go to the dealers who pay- Domore for coal than they did before Croup The peculiar cough which Indicates cronp Is usually well known to the moth en of croupy children No time should be lost in the treatment of it and for title rpose no medicine has received more unlvesal approval than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Do not waste valuable tlm experimenting with untried remedies op matter bow highly they may be lommended but give this medicine as- directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly disappear For sale by Craig A Hocker Druggists Fudge Adams in the Untied Stales distrIct court at St Louis sentenced JohD FIckler postoffice annex robber to 10 years imprisonment for robbing mall pouches gave him a life sentence for assaulting the carrier and 10 years OD a third count for stealing unclassl ded mail k CRAB ORCHARD Messrs Holdam Tatam and Gover are storing some nice five inch Ice tbll week Rev J Randall Ferris delivered two Interesting sermons at the Christchurch Sunday morning and night The relatives and friends of Mmaod Mrs Dub Edmlston extend their Iln cere sympathy at the death Of tbelr infant born JaofG Mrs Frances E Beauchamp Stato President W O T U will deliver a lecture at the Baptist church Mooday night lOih A large audience Ibould hear her as sbo Is strong and forclful in her argument She will bo a lIuost at tbo Willis Hotel during her visit Mrs Sabra McClure was called by telegram to Lancaster to attend the bedside of Dr A S Price who Is IU at the home of his mother Mrs McClure Is a most efficient trained Durao Sam King son of Mrs Kittle Kloi left for Lexington Monday to eDtcr school Mils Jean Latley will leave for Stanford In a few days to attoDd school Miss Bettle Hlgglna comtei plates visiting friends In Parkavllle and Somerset Mr Bean left Wednesday for Wet Liberty Be has been at the Gover House for about live months and w be missed by his many friends llIs wife will join him later on D C Payne Is sick Mr and Mrs U Browning are guests of Mrs Kate Ma zee They will leave for their DC Some near Maywood oon as they have rented the Hill property Maurice Perkins will return from the Welt ibortly He bas been on quite a engtby trip through the West for pleasure and health combined Mr and Mrs Lew Pcltus and little Ion aro over from Berca to see hll pother who continues Mr aod Irs H D Clmbetr have a girl at tbelr lome only a few days old J F Cun mIni was up Sunday to see his wife and tbor relatives Curtis Goer returi ed Tuesday from a business trip toiLoi ivllle Ho was a guest of Mr aod Mra M J narlil while there Lit- tIe Annie Newland has returned to ber shool at Loretto after spending tbe olldavs with her mother Mrs D C PaYDe made a business trip to Sbelb CIty a few days ago KINGSVILLE Mr Crocketts school of two pupils eDded In a riot Pierce Alford who was wounded by- being shot from ambush In Arkansas I at home and very much Improved It Is quite encouraging to those wbo are In favor of rural free delivery to- read of the numerous routes that are- belult established throughout tbe StateMr and Mrs W R Candid moved Into their new apartment Monday Mr CundlfTa nephew of Norwood II- bere assisting In tbo olden and learnln legrapby Rev Jones a K U student has bees called to preach for the Chrlstla Lurch this year one Sunday of each mODtb C L Hensley was ordained a moister In the Baptist church recent by Rev W it Davidson Alonzn Rfgney will sot return to tbe employ of the C S until Spring Llttl Mhs Dora Rlgney has been sick Mre- Dan Hester continues seriously U- IMrl Elizabeth Taylor Is visiting role tlvel1 at Burnside Tom Paine has re turDed from Burnitde Mr Hicks tb practical saw mill man of near Wayne burlt will form a partnership with W L McCarty in the new lathe and atav factory which Is soon to be In opera tltln J L Johnson will also start up atave and latbe factory In a shot tlme CHURCH MATTERS All teacher and Sunday Scbo workers of the Christian church are quested to meet In the lecturo room of the Christian church at 2 ocloc tbla Friday afternoon J W Hagin plltorDurln the year just ended there- were 382 accessions to the Chrlstla cburch at Portsmouth 0 of whlcb- Rey Ceo P Taubman Is pastor Mr Taqbmaa Is wellknown here having married the handsome Miss Annie Green Tried to Conceal It Its the old story at murder will out- onyln this case there BO crime A wo- maD feels run down has backache or tty- Ipepsla and thinks its nothing and tries to hide it until she finally breaks dO- DDct deceive yourself Take Electric BlUors at once It has a reputation lor- curlDg Stomach Liver and Kidney trout- bles and will revivify your whole Iytem- The worst forma of those maladies w11- 1quickly yield to the curative power of- Jolectrc Bitters Only 60c and guaranteed by all druggistsI- EIWANY has sent to the United StajOl an official note denying the rUe- fIlor the government was negotlat Ing for tho Panama canal franchise elLber from Columbia or through tbe- Frencb company It la calculated that J Plerpont Mor- iran baa in the last year or so carDed- lame 32000000 or about a million week In promoting trusts and mergers ether Joseph Heldencamp one of- tbe beatknown priests In tbeSoutb- died at Mobile The Grand Leaders Cod Weather Snaps ss sartrtssrs 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 at89c 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 44S 5 Ladies Heavy Dress Skirts at 298 Mens 15 Overcoats at Only 975 Mens 12 Overcoats at 825 Mens 6 Overcoats at 425 Heavy Blankets at 98c and 125 OSTRemember the Grand Leader wantsyour trade and if Good Prices and Fair Treatment cut a fig ure this should be your trading place THE GRAND LEADERHAYS at LEVY Props SeB LEVYManapor G I L A N E P T L Letter to Mrs Welch SllNCHIELU Jan 8th DEAR StSTEltI would like very much to bear how things are goltlo on with you uns In the dear old town which will always be very neat my heart Do you know of any who aro reall trying to get ready for the coming of the LORD as tho outcome of the Stan ford meeting Of course U la bound to be a lIulo flock who will bo counted worthy to escape the things coming to vaN on the earth nod to stand before the sot of man I know that But It wtl encourage me In my work to bear of even one or two who have left Ibi main crowd of mere oburoh IoenIt aod have resolutely sot to work to laVa their souls and by walking with God as Enoch did will not be ashamed be foro Him at his coming I am on my 13th county out of the 119 in dear old Kentucky tbat I pur pote God helping mo to visit in turn tllf by any mesas I may save some I still firmly believe that the coming of the LORD drawetb nigh and that In all probability before I can go over the counties of my native State the dear Master will be hero to rescue those who are realy from the Creel Tribulation that Is casting Its dark shadow before It over the earth I know how like lunacy ihjs soundi and bow cburch and State thins they are getting along swimmingly But I go by the Book which eaye con earning the former You say you an rich and Increased In goods aod have need of nothing and do not know that you areimtserabla end poor and bunt and naked and concerning the latter When you say peace and safely then sudden destruction cometh upoi you nod you shall not escape Rev 317 and 1 Theas 63 The weathbr has been very trying but I am happy to say that I have hat a good hearing without an exception In ell the counties thus far visited Tho people have received me kindly and beard me patiently and some are waking up from guilty slumber For which PRAISE THE LORD- I still press the paint upon chrle thane that while their spirits are ru safe as the blood can make them anti are sure to go to God when they dje heir souls are still unsaved and In deadly peril while abeorbed In eating Irlnklng buying selling planting building marrying and giving In mar lageV New light breaks in upon this ubject with every sermon I preach tad I can it with greater con ideate of conviction as the days go by The nearest I can get to you all will be Lancaster about Monday the 2Utb If I can carry out my present program inhere I bopeyou can run over and gets as our beloved mother Paul Ityles it Think the re reeling hat taught me truths lace the Stanford meeting that may rofll you to hear Ever la Jesus BRO BARNES Domestic Troubles It Is exceptional to find a family whore here are no domestic ruptures occasional Iy but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings Now Life Pllla around Much rouble they save by their great work in Stomach and Liver troubles They n rely relieve you but cure 25c at a drug stores HEADQUARTERS FOR NCEJAMERICAN FIELD AND HOG F 55 tsarnilpo ANm Stara twkegularatl13 In or 6Inpert St y U In or 6 In apart r J Made of large strong highgrade stool wires heavily galvanizedt Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically over Never wrong no matter how a strain is on it flandt us see you it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced For Snic by FARRS A CO Stanford ICytDealers in Groceries Hardware c Iele trits rinse I IAV ed CHANGEBARGAINS tboI lhaI U I And uptodate patterns Wo have learned I good pattern well bought erg half eoliiso thntItime spent in making Rolcctions in title novel will not bo missed Wo cordially invite you inspect our different line and assure you that advantage shall bo yours I WITHERS URNITURE ourI t Lrssarr srswsss sLSSr s sea iierssrrws satyr OF will be at tho r and to and 17 TWO DAYS ONLY Eyes examIned and glasses Dont neglect your children eyes Office Hours 0 A u to 4 P u r MRS U D SIMPSON 1ror i meet all trains 69 LOUISVILLE VERANDAMonday Tuesday February scientifically adjustedt Mason Hotel Lancaster Kentucky apleudldQ Dr H Goldstein K- YEyeSpecialist SOTEL7 NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W 13t11UtEI JN Iron JUNCTION CITY KY rintClau Turnout it Reasonable Rate Attention to Traveling Men Grain mud nay I i tTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL ISTANFORD KYM JAN 10 1003 In ailing your prescriptions wo use proportioDInot do better If yon paid ut double the price which Is always rcaionabla Pen CTI Druz Storo PERSONALS MASTER ROUEUT FENZEL li learn i log the art preservative In this omco t Mil It O LRACII of Ludlow pent several days with his father Mr J C LeachcMu A O DUNK took bis lon Will Dunn to London Tuesday to enter him In College r Miss NBTTJK WHAY ipoot several days with Ml s Brine Richards In Danville MR T C WILLIS wife and Nancy visited hit parent at Crab Orchard this week MRS J W BOSWELL of Shelby county It visiting her decor Mrs Wm Severance it ALIIEHT J COFFEY went to Louis vlllo Tuesday to take a position with tbsLNMISS JOHNSON of Klnci vlllo Is the guest of Mrs James Roy at Frankfort MRS PATTIB HAYS Is worklogin the telephone exchange In Miss Nettle Wrays absence JUlES R NUNNELLEY has gone back to drumming afwr a protracted visit to his parents hero DR D G ALLEN tearing completed a postgraduate course at Chicago Is at homo Somerset Journal KATIE little daughter of Mr T D Newland fell while skating tho other daY and broke one of her arms Mil J A DLAIN wlfo and Miss Aria Wright of Huttonvllle wore guests of the family of Squire Kills C TiiBMlsses Jones LoOrando and t Rosa returned from a delightful visit yesterdaytdo llghtful visit to relatives In St Louis MR MILTON DKAN paid this ol11eo a substantial call as bo was passing through from IloovJIlo to his recently purchased farm In Oarrard Miss LENA YOW LL of Quitonvllle order her I J sent to New Smyrna Fla where she and her sister Mlis Rose Yowell have gone to spend some tlmoA HANDSOME little son arrived Wed nesday evening to bleu the union off Rev and Mrs J W ilagln He weighs nearly 10 pounds and thee promise of long life HON JOUN SAM OivBLirf Miser Linda and Emma Owsley attended the marriage of lion Thorns Miller Ows ley to Miss Katherine McOooUwln at howling Green yesterday OUR friend Will U Wearen Is climbing Two yearn ago he entered the First National flank as bookkeeper and Tuesday he was elected assistant cashier of that Institution LOCALS CAKES baked to order at Willis TRY Eoglebarda coffey Jno Bright r Coa1 rGOOD pianosale Mr8M Ran kin REDUCED prices on probe J C McClary CRUSHED Oyster Shells for cblc- koDItaL Craig it Rockers RKV GEORGE O BARNES U holding meeting at Lebanon NARRAaANSBTT turkeys wanted J M Carter Sr Moreland COME while wo aro here and tat us make your likeness Miss Sacrar BUCKKOARD Good second banded buckboad for sale Apply at this of liceaBE sure to attend Chinese Social this evening over Higgins McKIn neys storeroom i TUB supervisor arc still In session It will take thorn a week yet to complete their work LoSTA velvet capo between A W Carpenters and Moroland Leave at r Moreland postofilce MARIE tbo threeyearold daughter of W B Reid t of Highland died of brain trouble yesterday REAL chop sucks from China will bo for sale at the Chinese Tea Friday ov ning Jan 16 lOo per pair CHARLIE RHODESand MoMul hold over In 1260 ball for breaking Into a freight car at Eubnnks gave bond yesterday W C UMrsFrance E Beau e champ State president of the W O T U will speak at the Christian church at I oclock Tuesday eveaiO 20tb Everybody Invited Tho public school will begin Mot day next 10th All the grades except the primary will be taught In the new building Miss Lewis will teach her the primary f In the Straub hht r OAR LOAD of Oliver Chilled plows and Studebaker wagons just received Biggins McKloaoye receptionbellAnnie Lasley or L R Hughes 2t TUE sale advertisement of Mr Coo D Hopper appears elsewhere Read It The date Is Thursday Jan 22 HOUSEHOLD and kitchen fiirnlture for sale at a grew sacrifice Call at once for first choice S M Rankin FOR RENT Tho tour rooms and kitchen above our store back yard cistern and stable Severance Sons AN examination for graduation ommon school course will be hold at tho oourtbouio Jan 10 and 31 Oat land Singleton Supt MR O ROSENSTINB has taken In his brother Mr R Roscnstlne of Frank fort as a partner but tho firm name willremain as It laC Rosenstlne Co- FOR RENT Storeroom on Lancas ter street aad law olUccs formerly OCt cupled by W A Tribble Apply at this oOlce or write to W P Walton Lexington 1L PLEASE dont forget our terms are cash or exchange and If we ticket you a few days we expect saute to bo paid when the ticket Is presented J H Baughman Co CAit80N PENCB ready to wait on the people In an exchange at their store Wheat corn oats hay etC takes In exchange for Uour meal ship stuff and cotton seed meal AUCTION AT atJu SULlUURI will hold a two dep auction at Gum Sulphur on Friday and Saturday Jan 23 and 24 when overcoats shoes haw pants men boys and youths suits will go at your own price Dont tail to at toad J P Chandler Auct It IT seems that there was a string at ached to tbo appointment of James J Durham as postmaster at McKlnnoy and the Juicy plum was pulled back before that gentleman got a taste of It Miss Alice Gooch has now been RiveD tbo omco end well wagersbo will make an A 1 amcla- lG00DEMr Terry Goodo aged 00 died In the West End a week or ago o but tbo news sill not reach Stan ford until Tuesday Mr Goodo left 11 living children and several dead ones He was a good oltlxen but a men o many peculiarities about which we will write later His wife died some two year ago HUTCHISON Edgar Utncblioo son of John Hutchison of Highland die d In a pest boas o near Indianapolis of smallpox Ho was 10 years old an had only a few week ago gone to the Booster State In search of work Thomas Hutchison an older brother- now In the pestbouso with tbo loathesome disease SiiKRtKf M B BATJOHMAN edits good portion of our fourth page Tbo matter ho contributes may not be readable as some but as bo pays for by the Inch the editor Is not kicking about it After this sale for taxes which occur on Feb 0 Is made he will advertise another list hatter pay up now and keep your name out of it THE Kentucky Land Mineral Co was organized hero Tuesday with Rev G W Boiling the wellknown colored Baptist preacher president U B Johnson Camp Nelson secretary R H C Mitchell Harrodsburg vice president and Berry Woods treasurer The company owns a lot land near Camp Nelson which It wl develop TUB Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co Mr Logan R Hughes manager sold to Mr end Mrs MoD Royalty of Mlddleburg Wed oesday Supt Garland Singleton s house and lot of 20 acres in Jarsttow- for 12600 Mr and Mrs Royalty ha recently sold their homo In Middle burg with a vlow to locating In Stan ford They aro splendid people alsoe aro glad that they will cast their lots among us- STANFORD Is going to bo left in tbo lurch as far as mall connections with tho West End aro concerned after Feb 2 The rural route goes late ef feet that day and the star routo boo tween this place and MoKlnnoy wl be discontinued unless some action Is taken by the pooplobero and at Me Kinney A paper asking that the star route bo continued will be presented to tbdit many TUB Lincoln County National Bank reelected Its old board of directors Tuesday which IB as follows J B Paxton J B Owsley 8 H Shanks W O Walker Goo W Carter The First National reelected F Reid S T Harris J8 Rocker W P Walton M D Elmore S II T BaughmangW P Tato and elected K L Tanner In tbo place of J II Collier Tho directoryIIH MoAnlncb Geo L Carpenter T J Robinson B B King Dr lIe Brown J W Powell ALL city taxes not paid by Feb lwlll i be advertised and property sold RG Jones city marshal 3t THERE Is no smallpox in Danville or within four miles of the Uowo and hasnt been for a year says the Advo cato Coy Bon TAYLOR will deliver his splendid lecture The Fiddle and the Dow at tbo Danville Opera House on the evening of Feb ClUNG I Cbtng Your honorable pres yourhumblenisi to bo given in the rooms over Hig glee McKloney store Insignificant refreshments will be served You aro openjcdJan 10 IN tIEG HBO COUNTIES Richmond Elks will bold another fair this year epldemlolormlloo In Oarrard- Boyle county hemp raisers and bay log their hemp broken by Blazing fires this cold weather Richard Martin has purchased larm of 38 acres of lend near Rowland tor 11200 Advocate 8coltPardomother had gone to milking In Doll Will and Haze Pace charged with killing Jesse Brougbton In October lest at Plneyllle are under arrest at Norton Va R Graham Price circuit clerk of Boyle Is tho possessor of a Thomas RUby English Hammerlesr Ejector soot gun which is valued at40Rev Cassada of Pulaskl pleaded guilty to a technical violation of the liquor law and was bold to answer In tho U S district court In 1300 hood 111111MluEast End will be united in wedlock holy hoods av tbo brides homo tcdsy Mark Bardln bought five fat cows at 3o and sold them to M J Farris at 3 35 Ho bought two tat cows of A W Carpenter at same price and of S W Given four 800 pound steers at 3 35 three 000pounders at 3io add a yearling bull and heifer at 3o He sold T A Rico a bunch of 600pound cattle at 4o and to R C Docker two sows and pigs for 137 MATRIMONIAL 1James Denbam a Casey county wid ower and Miss Nannie Rowland agid 17 were married on the lath Joseph Riley Vaught and Miss Lela Ellen Russell the pretty daughter of Mr M S Russell were married Wed day George Thompson a well kaowo bus bees wan of Sbelbyvlllo and Miss Ly da Nora Fox daughter of Mr and Mrs E II Fox of Dinvllle were married WednesdayMr Singleton a brother of Supt Garland Singleton end a plea did young unD and Mill Evallne Gooch tbo pretty daughter of Mr S seotlob1thomo on East Main street by the gen tleman yesterday Tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL joins their friends In with lOll thorn all the happiness that obap py union can bring NDTHAT- A now halfmillion dollar theatre Is to btj bulls at Plttsburg John D Rockefeller has given HOP 000 to the Y d10 Aln Brooklyn George Gould II preparing to fight CompanyeAt arloa John Prall aged 14x1lTbo deal for the sale of the Louis ville Hotel to Iscles of Memphis Is oil becausoof objections to the title Mayor Tom LJohowootCleyelaod will bo a for the next demo cratlo nomination for governor of OhioPoliceman Jacob Smith was shot to Willdwas attempting to street At Columbia S C N U Gonzales an editor was shot the streets by James H Tlllman lieutenant ernor of the State Dad reeling ha existed between them for some time It le thought that Gonzales can not live For a bad tate In the mtake a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and LIT er Tablets Price 25c Warranted to Ilcure For sale by Craig IIockorDrug DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KldoerlBladder acheIIeartDiseasebrarelDropsy Dont become discouraged There Is a Cure for you If necessary write Ur rennet llo bu spout a Ufa tlmo curing Just suck ClUeS asyours All consultation Dr Fonncrs Kidney and uacRacho euro la tho cauoof being allvo today I bad forieluaandweigh undl v tIM000DIN0110 Furnace 0 Druggists Me II Ask for Cook Book Frte STVITUSDANCE CURE Sure Cure Circular Di Fenntr FrcdonlaNY UMBRELLAS Repaired and made almost as good at new rlallFrankFOR RENT My toreroom recentlyly bWmSeverance IylllroottotonaormorogeanJ NOTICE I thefirmsCo composed ot C Rosenstlne Rebecca Rosen RotoerlRoseniline unJerIheKy C Rosenitlnt sad Robert Rosensllne will con Rosenstlnekbusiness at Frankfort Ky Individually B Mahony s Insurance floent Fire Life Accident and Tornado Nono hut the larg est and beet companies rep resented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky PUBLIC SALE Having told my farm will on THDIISDAY JANUARY32ND11103 Stanfordonpublic eatery tbo following penonalty to weanI3 cloverhey tlalatoknown on day ohale OEODUOPPEIL J I Chandler Auctioneer DR Pe W CarterI Stanford Kentucky Office in Myers House Flats IEstray Steer A 1000 pound black steer came to my bypaylogWM DECK Stanford Ky Stock of Merchandise FOR SALE On Main St in Stanford Good Stand Making Money but want to sell for satisfac tory reasons Address j Box 62 Stanford My Hustonville Property for Sale- I will offer at private sale my property situated on thn north side of Main and on east side of College street In llnitonvllle Ky consisting of hotel and livery table and vacant lot This property Is well are ranged for hotel or boarding house and liverybarnfor hotel and livery purposes and good va cant lot for private rrsldenc If desired PropertyIsis now rented for that It sou want good paying property In l1ultonllIe- call on or address D Carpenter iluston vlllp Ky Administrators Sale Of Valuable Real Property All administrator Mill annexed of Un Clara W Singleton deceased I will on SATURDAY JANUARY 17 1003 Offer at public sale K not fold privately be tore that date In the town of Crab Orchard the following valuable real estates let A farm containing about 100 ares of land situated on the Grab Orchard Lancaster pike about I mllo Gem Crab Orchard twoltoryframeLancaster street In the town of Crab Orch ard ThIs fe a very desirable piece of Eroperlv containing ail tho necessary out and a good well on place 3rd A nlco building lot near tho center of town runningbackarty wilt all be sold to the highest and beSt bidder It not old privately before the above date Terms made known on day of sale M IIAUQUMAN Administrator with will annexed of Clara WSingletonBale NOTICE All persons having claIms against the estate of Clara W Singleton wilt present them proven as required bllaw knowingdfer a favor by coming forward at once and settling M 8 1UCQH UN- Administrator Ac A Fine Boyle County Farm For Sale o6S acres s miles from DjnvllI Ky on the Ltxlncton pike aI j acres with the Improvements on one sue of a county road ant 8j on the opposite side Will te sold as a whore or separately In splendid nelhtwhooJ schoolhouse on the farm convenient to a water mill country store and Rural delivery There Is j distinct wins of water either of which would afford water In abundance betides ponds and cisterns the house and barn The Improvements IIIIIOf twostory brick house with ulnch walls rooms kitchen hall front and tack porches and one of the test dry cellars In Kentucky under the tire front of the house storeroom and a number of closets all necessary outbulldlngsbam for 10 hones carriage house corn crib shop sheds for machinery granary ke house at the door coal house good or chard grapes large fine garden asparagus bud Ac large beautiful lawn Interspersed with forrtst trees making It one the most desirable and healthy houses In Central Kentucky There Is 150 acres In wheat anJ grass 80 acres tor tom and so acres for raYlllentDanvllleon the C S R R with Ihe Louisville Southern Ex tension a certainty Central University fop boys and Caldwell College for girls with a 1 10000 building In rcssnl flattering prospects for location ot the State Prubylerlsn school the don to educate your daughters and sons all of bleb U Calculated to enhance the valu of real estate In the vicinity ot 1yearson reasonable terms money chaser can have 11 of Ihe wheat tropandpossesbn- wdlltarivenwithinarasonatletime farm has highest state of Mlllty producing so barrels of corn anJ s hearse wheat rer acre This Is a chance of a lifetime to ge i a bargain Apply m Mrs Lou Lyttl oa the faro of Ec Walton Stanford Ky To Those WhO are Not our Customers Wo would bo glad to have you come to our store II doingbusinessOtter and if wo can interest you sufficiently to puce you to purchase wo will take especial care that you get the best values that you can possibly expect for your MONEY Wo guarantee that our goods their values and the treatment you re ceive from us will make it your interest to make our store your Shopping Place Our aim is to sell mote goods to more customers during 1903 The more sold tho cheaper you know Try us CumminsL1 McClary OVERCOATSOver Felt Boots Ear MuffsLined GlovesWool Shirts The Very Tiling For This Zero Weather Terms Cash H J McRoberts II MAKE SURE 81101 By giving na your trade for 1903 We handle only such goods as wo can recommend to our customers We will handle even better goods this year and if possible get the p- ricesLOWERWo cant keep shop without customers and will use all legitimate means to make and keep you o- neSEVERANCE SON JOHN BRIGHTER A CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queenswaro all kinds of Garden and i Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement so TIME AfTER TIME IF ncUdgrcetings loan everln creasing number of customers Our business grows larger because more peo pIe are finding out that they can pur 4 chase here at reasonable prices the new est things in JEWELRYWatches Gold end Silver Novelties In repairing of watches clocks and jewelry guarantee entire satisfaction W H MUELLER J J i i i I Stanford Ky k = r I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Snlcred n the pat ofee at Stanford at reondcfoti mate- rsbsss1dTuear7y ancS2iz1cSvA- T 81 PER YEAR CASH When Rot eopaldmaOO will beehsrged I KNOXVILLE DIVISION I o 54 Train going North ll4 am o26 280 a m 0II South1223amNo 23 II 1252 p Q PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Cleaver and brutUlc the hill IVomotea a linrlurt growt- hIXner Patti to BHtor any It air to IU Youthful Color Cum ep dines ftlllog ter andIIOer j w PRICEProprietor Blacksmith and Carriage Re pair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Does a business In both lines and guarantees satisfaction Your patronage Horseshoeing at 60c other work In proportion A 8 PRICE I Burgeon stanfordKys Dentist OSetT r McBiberte Drag Store 1IIhOle I Building ReA JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky I Offlc over nigglna sit McKlnneys Ston Telephone N 01 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the y8ar for the treatment of- lurglal and chronic diseases and for consultation Hoard and nursing shan be cash in advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bills due when service are rendered and must paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Sc Sale table Liberty Kyl Drummers Rigs a specialty nigh Grade Horses and Mules bought sold Feed hones receive personal attention FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Horses and tales constantly on hand and tor sale at all times W Logan Wood Manager Traylor S l1CE DCALCR3 III Whtsku Brandu Wines Beer Etc IICrpenleDpotSTANFORD KYI mention Nothing but the teaPrompt toddnk anrllle er telegraph orders receive romplllenllon l r r A tlED10RDs BLACKDRAUGHTTHE LIVER MEDICINE J Y 111 fL sallow complexion dizziness biliousness a are common indications of liver and kidney diseases Stomach and bowel troubles severe as they are- Riveimmediato warning by pain but kidney troubles though less painful at the start arc much harder to cure Thedforda Black Drdught never falls to bcne fit diseased liver and weakened kid neys It shin up the torpid liver to throw off the nnl- ague It is a certain preventive- of and Briohts disease the With reinforced by Thedfords mack Drau ht thousands of have yelsperfect health and have no other doctor than Thedfords Black Draught It is always on stand for use in an and saves many expensive calls of a doctor MulUM S c March 1901 have uxd Thedfords Blck Draught logotoIt U the but medicine for me that Is kidneytroublescomplaints Rev A 0 LEWIS frOu till Cu RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Him a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell farm of 60 acres just outside ot the town limits It Is one of the homes around Stanford and Is well Improved with a handsome twostory dwelling good kitchen and cellar Fine water and electric lights furnished free Most of the outside fenc tug Is kept by other Very little tenc lug to do Splendid barn a cistern at doer Land In a state of cultivation with most of It In grass Hood roomy meat house etc Terms to purchaser Call an44ee the place J 8 Hundley STANFORD GREENHOUS- EQarnatl0a Hya clnths Narcissus Floral design on short notice Bedding and V otable Plants of all kinds In season 19 3 rsPhone ring JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford Aw M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as Auotoine r tot the people of Lincoln County Ue will pleaeeyou both in work and price to himi To the Coal Consumer Having bought out Higgins A Sims the coal dealers we are now to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding co ntrr the best brands of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers we will take your hay and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for Order at coal housesour money phone H or Doonol livery stable No 96 Boone fe Dunaveat STANFORD KY EfYJEfYJ That socalled cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That a dollar saved in the pro mium may cost you a hundred in a lossThat only solid cash in sight and experienced management guarantee sure indemnity That insurance in the Home of New York can be relied on Josso D Woaron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln QarrardBovle and Cuey Counties Kentuc- kyCHRISTIAN COLLEGE tlustonvllle Kr Announcement for second term begin plug Jan 19 1003 Oscar D Fallls Ph D of Latin Greek an9 Higher Mathematics Mrs Fallls graduate of the Engllsche Institute of Augsburg Germany professor of Music German and French Kate Dogle A B been placed at the head of the Normal Department Miss Julia Stagg teacher- Berman and French taught by a Datlvemul lie bya German musician of many years experience bookkrepIDgand general bus Iness forms without a text making It oroctlcal from the beginning The Normal Department under Miss login l to be one ot the features of the term The Pre Department will be taught by one of the most popular teachers In ths ot the State at very reasonable rates For further particulars address the president J+ vtMccbMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealear In- IIABNESSSADDLDY SO Stanford Ky J L Beazle 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers DuI FnrnltareMattingsRuseThey a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY LANDSTOCKCROPSETC Ed S Hedges tbo noted turfmm died to New York- J S Hundley sold the two Jereey cows ho advertised for 8100 Lutea Co bought of J M Roberta 25 yearling cattle at 3lo and sold a ueldloR for 185 JR Stewart of Lexington sold to Jack Lyons of Philadelphia a saddle stallion for 3600 Tbo sixth annual convention ol the National Llvo Stock Association Is In session at Kansas City J K and Jones Daughman have bought the Draeadalo farm of 244 acrei In the West End at 125 FOR SALEA few thoroughbred English Berkshire boars weighing 125 pounds J H Swope Lytle FOR SALE 25 sugar and 10 good cot ton coming two yearold mules H O Baughman Hustonvllle Ky FOR SALE Toe George King Jack Eight years old and a floe breeder J H Thompson Preachersvlllo L P Yaudell eoll too Joe Babes of Richmond agent for Chicago parties 150 fat cattle at 4o Advocate Carroll Bailey refused 9275 for his black harness gelding the other day and 1175 for a bay he bad just bought for 1140 FOR SALEGO 3 and 4 yearold stoats dehorned and good quality and must go by Jan 20 G A Gwlnn Cart wright Ky 4t Sheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday Feb 9th 1003 between the hours of 0 A M and 4 P M at the courthouse door in Stanford Lincoln I will expose to the highest bidder for cash In hand to the State and count taxes tho following property or HO much thereof as may bo necessary to said taxes This list wilt bopay once a week for four weeks and the names will disappear as soon as the tax and costs are Cost of advertising 12 When ou call to pay your taxes please bring along 0 percent on the amount as at the the amount due and 1210radvcrllslng- STANFOIUWHITE J II Baugh 73 acres lend I 2 Tennessee Bruminctt 5 acres II 27 Wm Cormloy f acre 1 78 Mrs Sallie Cooley 11 acres 2 75 Wm Cooley 72 acres 3 16 John S Gaines lot 2 60- H C Gann lot 76 John R Johnson 37 acres 2 Mrs Eliza J Miller 47 acres 66 Mrs J Moore lot 1 45 Mr3co Murphy lot 2 00 Jobn Nuckols 105 acres 2 Cello Phillips 6 acres 1 05 Richard Robinson lot 1 00 tike Rogers 1 acre 2 05 Bertram Spratt acres 1 30 JacV Yakoy 4 acres 3 70 Mellon JIll acre 2 05 STANFORDCOtARRD- lall Mrs Edith 11 acres 85 Baughman Chile 6 acres 2 05 Baughman Frank lot 2 05 fright Polly lot 60- Harriett Carr 10 acres 1 10 Abe Carter lot 2 60 Albert Christopher lot 65- Geo Cowan 4 acres 3 70 Solon Craig lot 1 00 Dick Evans 3 acres 1 OS Bob Harris 3 acres 2 Win Hays i acre 1 80 Alice Haynes lot 4 85 Squire Higgins 1 acoo 80 Woatt Hill li acres 45 Charley Hocker 15 acres 2 05 Agnes Jones lot 60 Mrs M Lankford 1 acre 30 Llllard Mag lot 1 45 Logan Willis 13 acres 175- Lytle Mary lot J 05 M D McRoberts 4 acres V 35 John Morrison 30 acres 2 05 Dud Russell 1 acreJ 4 25 John Sandidge 6 acres 3 70 Bob Smith 11 acres 1 70 Annlo Stewart 2 acres 65 Roy Stewart 31 acres 1 05 Dick Thurmond 40 acres 2 05 Annie Wade 35 acres 55 Tom Woods 4 acres 2 Lena Hays i acre 17 Gardner Jerry 8 acres 2 15 Hlckman Monroe 30 acres 4 75 CRAD ORCHARD WHITK Reynolds Ovoy 15 acres 1 80 Lewis 0 P 100 acres 1 05 Hlnk L T 100 acres 3 45 Bachlnger Ladislaw 7 acres 2 05 Adams Wilson 43 acres 6 30 Ballard Sara 64 acres G- OBartle John 4 acres 1 60- Bcntloy Dr P 60 acres 1 10 Carter Heirs 111 acres 6 45 Chappell Mrs Mollle 22 acres 65 Chappell Mrs Morgan lot 4 40 Daugherty David 70 acres 1 15 Dolanoy Geo 10 acres 1 80 Delaney Mrs Kate 60 acres 30 Denny Geo 1 acre 1 80 Denny Eliza A and J B 10 acres 30 Denny Ballingor 20 acres 1 85 Denny W P 35 acres 2 00 Dlshon Bertha Annlo 48 acres 65 Dlshon Lonls 38 acres 5 05 Dlshon Jail 10 acres 185 Wilson Commodore 18 acres 100 Farris Scott lot 3 45 Gastlneau Jas Leo 01 acres 1 70 Haggard Heirs 80 acres 00 Hatfteld Lucinda 20 acres 45 Hutchison W C lot 4 40 Jakle John 3tl acressl 05 Junuosky John 100 acres 3 60 Lamb Den 227 acres 3 70 e Llnney J M 1000 acres 10 o Llttrcll Brllllo 45 acres O Lynch J F 20 acres 1 80 Payne Anderson Hrs 40 acres w Petroy Adam Jr 2 acres 1 80 Redd It G 11 acres 6 iRogers John 25 acres 1 80 Southern Geo acres 2 85 Singleton Mrs t200 acres 2 20 Smith J L 18 acres 1 60 Smith Mrs Armina 140 acres 1 w StampQoy Gotllob 20 acres 1 Ij Stringer Lincoln 10 acres 2 35 Stolnlger Arnold 60 aoros 2 75 Sutton Jack 0 acres 4 75 Thompson W D 65 acres 2 10 Thompson Chas 5 acres 1 8j Tomllnson RII 5 acres 1 10 Wardio Wm 5 acres 30 Wcllj Ellhu 114 acres 3 1 CRAll ORCHARDSCOLORED Cruse Emily 2 acres 30 Fender Hays 100 acres 5 45 Guest David lot 3 0 Hardln Rev J U 1 aero 2 0 Hays Caroline 11 acres 15 Johnson Henry acres 2 Oi Rico Binda 1 acre 20 Stewart Edna 8 acres 8j Sutton Wm5 acres 2 10 WATlirsnunownrrs Althoue Prod 60 acres Uastln lire 4 acres Itrecktold Fred 100 acres a 10 Drown W S lS6 acres 6 Drown Q L 3 acres 1 t5 Baker George 30 acres t Cook W R 40 acres 7 10 Gains J R 30 acrelt3Frazier lire 12 acres Gibson Mrs Louisa 50 acres 10 Gibson J Logan 10 acre I 00 Olllem J 0 lot Ooloy Mrs Sara 15 acres as Harris J S 15 acres i0 Husqr Wm H acre 0 S Jacobs Mrs Oljarley 40 acres JeUreys John acres U Karllh Conrad 100 acres 2 io- 1ldd lire 54 acres i0 Moore Mrs Malvlna 10 acres 35 Morgan Mrs Sallie 15 acres eo Morgan U F k Others 100 acres 10 Mulllns Alt 50 acres as Mnlllns Mrs Sara lot U Myers Mrs N M 40 aares Myers A 0 40 acres s 10 Odear noM E d aces 41 rarkbill J W 12 sores I Pratt H W 180 aims 7 8S Reynolds Mrs Margaret 50 acres Koblnscn Mrs Alices acres 25 Shepldr August acres 35 8Im Mn Tolly 29 acres 20 81ms James W 50 acres 2 08 Sims Catherine 50 acres 10 Smith Vernon 50 acres 2 05 Stephenson D 0 75 acres 6 Un Uplhcgrove Ira B 40 acreIWalters Elzabeth Hrs acres 10 Weaver R 100 acres 10 White T W 75 acres 21 Williams W B 25 acre S 05 Wilson John 10 acres U Wood J H ITS acres 3 U Young Clark 10 acres bal ao Young II C 3 acre A1E8BURO LORIPiBoon Mrs Moaley sore 45 Unnn lire 110 acres Owjley James 65 sates 2 IICSTOMVILLO HlltTK Martin HctekUhl acres 2 Martin II T 180 acres r 10 MeOlurc 0 K acres IB 6S McOowan Geo acre 3 eo McWhorter North 23 acres Ulnler Ed lot 5 45 Moore Dr Green lot 0 s Paul Odle lot a rather D it 82 acres 8 00 Reynolds Milton 20 acre I 70 Rider Henry 30 acre 2 20 Shannon Louts 14 acres 3 05 haw W 101 acre 3 J5 Binder Mrs Martha 25 Smith lactic 2 05 Tacker B Rout lot 33 Vardeman Alex acre Z 05 Wagoner Thomas St acres 34 Latin Davo IX acre 3 05 Burton Alvin lot 3 45 Gannon Jnne Wm 8 acres 825 Outer B 0 13X acres 65 Garter 0 S 25 acres 3 05 Cook Marlon It acres 80 eton Hiram i9 acres 2 25 E tes Sallie J OIIt 11 acres 20 Est Ceo W 44 acres 7 S5 Floranc Jame acres II- Floranc uanley tot 2 n Getson lfId acre 3 05 Haley David 5 acre 2 05 Helm Mrs R 61 acre 91 Hill ft Vannett 10j acrea 35 Hughes Mn America Scores II Jones Mary P Z I patrlck W II lot I D5i BC TOIIVILLZOOWRID Bailey Roan lot II- tileyCharleylot 1 15 laty Rene lot 10 Bright Evln 3 acresc Drown Tlnsley lot 2 Bnrdett John 38 acre 2 20 Carpenter George 40 acres 3 65 Oloyd Joe lot 1 70 Cloyd John Lucas lot 1 85 Collins John 5 acres Cooper Jennie A Fannie lot ao Deatherldge Howard 2 acre 85 twiddle Hrs i ere Ollleiplc Jane lot is Given Anderson lot i qe Give John acres n boo Woforllot So Good Sam lot s Good Frank acres 70 lloclcer Charley sexes i Jarman Richard acre it Jones OKar Lee 6 acres JS Jones John asses I McKinney Campbell lot McKlnney Oscan lot 40 Owens Willis r acres s 0I Rlflt Smith lot s Rlffe Joe Dick So acres Robinson Julian i acre 0- Ross Henry lot 10 Slngltton Rice 60 acres s ss Smith ParalM tot Steel Thomas lot Is Trice Mitch lot i r 15 Wtatherford Adam lot I 00 Welch James lot i WoldrUe Charles seres JI05M S Baughman S L C r J D Paxton J B II WO Walker Coo W Carter BiliousnessMakes Chronic Invalids When the Urer ls torpid and alls to do la work rthe bile enters the blood u a poison Then come coMtipation biliousness sick tsrers and The only that gltes the liter lust the nab touch and starts work the rlgb manner Is AVONS LIVER PILLS J ANDTONIG PELLETS The pill the liver and the tone thee a svstem rj Sdoesfor days cost 2i cents and tin less your ease Is eiceedlngljr bad you s will be well belore you Snub thers4tree For sale at all dealer FOR BY W B MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS STORE I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK W8OOOO Directors Owsley shanks virulent headache malaria treatment Natures touches pellets Sample SALE DRUG Successors to The Farmers tank A Trust Company and under same management eontlnuonily for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT sloping such buttnena relations will prove mutually beneficial First National BankOf Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000a This Institution was as the Deposit Rank of Stanford In 1UI then reorranltPd as the National stank ot Stanford In 1864 and again reorganltrtl as the First National Bark of Stanford In 1182 having bad practically an unlntor ruptei esistence for U Jan it la better supplied now with facUlties for transact In baelDeaa promptllaDd well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Corp ratlo S Solicited DO YOUR TRADING tho year at and reliable store The Chaild felsr itYoullL R Hughes Secretary sit Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No tlouM and lot In SUntorJSte roomthill porch In the iwr good nrdsn nslf bborboua close to cliurche aid KhooU good lor small raI- l Price IUO No 2tmall farm acne mllr from bUn ford HouMol four good rooms hack porch and veranda Uood barn soil other building In good Cut la sU Acids well tweed wres to eulUnUoo one urein fruit Pea rt la trat llouaht st comiatitloier Mis st barfiln sad CIa be sets at hamin CloM to school and church Irlos IB per ana land a0jolnlo sold for IM and 115 This li s banftln No 1111014 and lot In Stanford Hoaa eon alns the rooms iood atabli and I scrrs of land well Sauced On of pwttloit bullJlD lots In town room eocufhln front lor two otbercollaxts or a 2 front be built to the cottage and be nude lUautltul home Will be sold cheep ss Us owner must hate money No Twostorr rams dwelling 7 room hen and TeraniU Oood garden fenclof and bouM In good repair For isle or rent Fda reasonable No 8 HooM and lot la Stanford ThrN room and Iront porchi004 garden and stable Good Dd lot In Stlolorol ltorISro- oro Oood garden smoke and mel tonic only a 8Farm of 80 acres 2 mites Irom Stan lord on county road M crln culUratloD eaten- in t orchards and reel In timber Two small cottage good tern and outbuilding well watered sod fairly good llace ran W bought st your prlcsssownerllTis In Indlinapo Hi and mud hate mone- yNolJlwelllngof l rooml hall and pore oecceeury outbuildings and guise Also Urge two story IlDre room ZSxsa lest room with counters ihelTes ste n ater Indwelling and storeroom also eliUrn sad well on plate Small lot back dater One lie from tUimord UulldlDgi to good repair and dwlaed originally colt 11100 iron our 51200 WlU ali both for UO or will rent or sell sejwrsUlT No 11010 acre mils of Crab Orcbard- Ky Brick dwellin grooms two tenant houw two barns well and spring near dwelling Finn bllb tate ol culllinlon urN ricer bottom land good fencing fruit etc Price 13760 sn serf No Hl00 urn oI land on Lancaster street In Spring In no he- provewutgureptlarpatakbarn abuodanofil- ockwater In town hire 15A nice cottage and lot on Lancaster street tiunlord 7 rooms cistern etc Cal II 1070lla acre near Huitonflllf Dwelling of elghl rooms hull than la eta One tenant house wek barn large tobacco barn and othr outbuIl4Ini30 LtJerD and rood well In the lroI and watertn everl Sutton place Farm cut In acne nelda and Crt c1Lw land No MFrm of aera Muated Dear King lIIe Kyi W acre in 371n robert watered two barns and other wellingcomanUrly desirableParmlor 12400 or la acre suit purchaser Thla la certainly cheap property No of 75 acre areburg watered Dellloltrood bun eta Well fendol Product umIlion land lu aelrhborhoodclose to an40D pod roa lrIce 1700 w Officers Ione8 U Ks Trcstdent J n OW9LEYUashlei w u nntoiiT Asat Cashier Officers J UOCKEIt PreiU Jl McltODFUru Chr W II WEAURNIIkpr Directors V Raid Danrille T Harris Stanford J 8 locker Stanford T P Walton LetlngUn J II Collier Crab Orchard M D ElmJf8 Stanford e S lUujhroan Stanford T 111111 Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II lUuchman Stanford W Tate StanfordCi J During coming No M A arm of Joo acres la Lincoln county oulbullcJlolMhof IW tent All on county road sell from church school and puatofflc Lays veil and well watered This U a good Iobs and would suit twoorthrf m111ethatmight want la con from Dviauu neighborhood 1rlce muonable KyOusudonahl1storydwetllg good barn and otbsr outbuildings Bitty sere In etcLaysKboolelc only No MFarm ol III urn to fishy county Two story tram dwelling two barns and other outbuiidlge la goal repair t4DIodld tobtoland sad in community AWrgUn at tJOO No 67rm ot 111 acne la Cue Dew two story 8 Boom tram dwelling andold outbuildingwell watered two well spring eta This U a de tlrabls hOWL 1r1ceIIIIJ KyFrameoutbuildings I acres In cultlrstlon real In Un ae001i t muBltr Irlee law situatedfromaUiut 100 urn situated from one to four mile from town with or without ImprOTtmenU Alto a buyer for sn UOOO to 110 000 farm due to town KyPrlc1100No Wk acres of land par Crab Orchard Cheap No 20 Twostory bousa f rooms hallrersnda acres fplendld land aJJolnlnfln fitanford Prop arty In rood repair water andllfhu In u da torn at door Ueautlful boms Iric No 22 IloaaofStrooms porch on sere of Ttf1200raSrom Stanford town Olle a log etabl and wagon abed combined the other l attachedIlarnapeclallyarnngedfarcurln4 Fencing In good Well wIeICdJ2 ei term tie Tbla farm hn a rorlller oa-r year sod la well preaerred sod ImpruTfJ li lleutfdforperfectDolpr l abow Will sell for f 000 No 21 Dwelling oM room with 20 acres land In Moreland Uood bun sad necessary outbuild Inp 2 wells la yard ipleadld and 2 acre In strawberries Immedlat poueealon IrlcefWO f terselawitsletordweLhirapereolod painted room and rerandarachA a aams lot used aa llrery table Good Krde Vacant lot fuel front by 200 feet deep All of this property la In London Ky and la a flee chance some one to mate money roprlefor his rofurel to rent property fur per ruollib On account of htullh of his wife only exebaDl1forGamrdcountyImllefromLancaster clover and bluegraaa except 10 lana InesJ watered by prIDi wellponds and nancbe through te place rhelandbdch sod producllre grow hemp aDd tobacco Ilewly dwith wire and locuil pats A good orchard Improvements a twMtoryeJgnl room frame ltdwalllog wsrdrobea In each room pantries cellar ell newly corerM and rnl li tenant howe 7ngoodbeUMlbb