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I I SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxx STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 23 1903 9 A M NO 91 NEWS NOTES Jacob D Ulley president of the First National Bank of Maysvlllc died Iud denly Frank Knotting lashed tbo throat of Ualoom Sharp who tried to arrest him atOfflnRsvlllo Urusscls bas a church clock wound by atmoipborlo expansion Induced by tbo beat of the BUD The old Burbank factory In lender ten hoe been selected ai the alto for the new public building Tho bank of Llttlo Rook and the Lit the Rook Trust Company at Ltttlo Rock Ark tuipanded payment A movement has boon Inaugurated to A buy 1rcildoot John Mltcboll of the Mine Workers a home In Indianapolis The Sultan of Jolo Is dead He fell a victim to the epidemic of cbolora now MRlng In the Philippine Islands Twelve men are dead and as many more Injured as the result of a wreck on the Great Northern railroad near Leavenworth Kas At Klttanlng Fa Mrs Carmato Llluama shot and killed Santo Marzlo who had followed her from Italy and assaulted her at her home The pearl fishery season ibis year In the 1crslan Oulf has boon a mot suc cessful one the divers having obtained more Jewels tban In tbo laet two years The court of appeals overruled tho motions for rehearing of tbo appeals In the Powers and Howard cues and tho acouied will be tried again In the lower court Charles F Kelly former speaker of tho House of Delegates In St Louis was convicted of perjury and his pun ishment Axed at two years In the pOD Itonllary A Chinese woman sued her em players for 110000 damages because eh6 became from the effects of vac c naJpn to which she submitted upon t urgent demands Mexican land owners Qndtho scarcity of cheap labor a serious problem To rollovo the situation a steamship com pang will run vessels from Manisnlllo direct to China and coolies will be Im ported Because she was afraid her husband would die and leave her penniless Mr William Ilaona seed 78 brained him with a hammer cut hU throat and then I her own throat with a butcher knife Louisville InII The Marconi Company that It Is ranking plans to establish Itt wireless system throughout tbo world Communication between New York and San Franolioo Is predicted at no distant dat A remarkable surgical operation was performed at St Louis to save the life of Edward Spllker who bad attempted utolde by shouting himself In the loft breast An apertura was made ut the wound and between pulsations the wound In tbo heart was closed with tbreo stitches The patient give fair promise of recovery The fifth annual report of the State Prison Commission was made to Gov Ileckbara It shows that 1740 convict are under contract Doth prisons show a deficit but theta deficits are compar atively small whoa thn cost of perma peat Improvement Is deducted and that at Kddyvlliols the lowest In tbo prisons history Thero SID lateEddysoners at Frankfort and vlllo I BUND FOLD Blindfold a woman and the loses all confi dence In herself Her step Is slow hesitating and uncertain Her hands are raised to ward the im aginary blows threaten her When a WOUlaaI of health she Is often a woman She hiss BO confidence She cannot tell what her effort will lead to She turns now to this aide and then to the other in uncer tainty and doubt 41The sick woman who wet Dr Pierces r Prescription may do so with absolute It invites open investigation There need no hesitation in following the hundreds of thousands of women who have found a perfect cure for womanly ills in the use medicine irregutarity iheals an t cures female weakness With a heart Ml offratltude toyou for tend out over the Uid your wonderful medicine lead thete few line hoping that acme poor w feting women wilt try Dr Pierce medadnu- wrttem Mrs Cora L or Grecoaprlc ltar Co Maryland aI had IUr ledIInerllrolll female wokneM mud bad to aehebackachtreamdpalninleaddewbealrlodown n Itt Prescription not two bottle when I was able tube around again and do work with but Mtne pale Can now mat an iththg and It never burta me any more Hue taken seven bottles or Or Wercet Favorite fns and ou of hbCompnud ntract o BraartWetU and Heaaaul Pellets Fccliir better every day My husband aaya I look better every da Dr l1ercel Pleasant PeUetA cure bit oneness and sick headache tt HUSTONVILLE Several Ice houses woro flllod with line Ico from ponds last week A lllnoh club bas been organized Friday night Its meeting time salaryInaroaeedCnrlstlao church bore this year Sandy T Carpenter and family of Casey have moved Into the Peacock property and H R Camnltz and fami ly Into the Logan home Charley Doboo shipped to Atlanta 10 days ago a carload of extra mules which be sold at satisfactory prices and Tuesday shipped another load lion D B King of Moreland has told bis stock of goods to his eon Tom and sonlnlaw Mr Cox and they have taken charge Tbe firm now Is King St Cox Pill SuttorQold for several months night operator at Morolaod has been promoted and given the poet as day Ope orator at Nlcbolasvlllo Tbe young man deserved the lift George Din wlddlo has bought hard ware store In Bcattyvllle and will take possession nt an early dato Georges wellknown Integrity and business gush ifications Insuro him success In bis new Held J n Hooker sold to Maokln li Dry an of Lebanon a sorrel gelding for HenryCartonand to Bright Si Fox seven sugar mules at lUr A troupe of 22 colored minstrels are billed for Alcorn Opera House on tbo nights of the lib and 6th of February The first night for the whites the sec ood for the colored folks An excellent brass band accompanies tbo show Ir Alcorn Mr Timothy Harden physician found a Casket In Mr Oar dins room containing about 82000 In gold and 10000 In onto of various parties to whom ho bad loaned money The gold and note were taken to ban for safe keeping Miss WIllie WIsbam tho handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs W S Wig ham of Moreland who was visiting relatives in Louisville was married on Sunday to Mr Leroy Arnold of Dan villa A telephone message to her parents was the first Intimation of their marriage Several of our Ico houses were OIled last week from tho ponds and lakes oar In country tbe flanging Fork being to Hush to freeze This with tbo mint beds and other requisites hard by will on able us to pull through the hot season regardless of tbo mumps smallpox o the other plagues Christian college added 20odd now pupils to Its roll Monday Misses Ju lia Stair and Kato Doglo have ben n added 10 the corps of teachers mtkla the abovo an educational Institution second to only a low In too State Our people like Dr Faille and realize In him a most excellent educator Taxation without representation Is about tho position wo feel with regard to the I J Almost ovary cross roads has a correspondent and with noarl 160 subscribers hero and the large town In the county except your clt wo voice tbo sentiment of a largo ma jority ot you subscribers hero In ak log for representation Miss Georgia Newbern the cfilclont teacher of our city whoso reputation In her profession for that patient and painstaking ability that baa caused bsr scholars such marked and rapid pro gross has opened a private school of 20 odd pupils In the free school build log hero A number of others who live somo distance In the country wl attend a month later The eobool wl be given a thorough training In voc music and elocution semiweekly to tether with other upto dato method and other advantageous features not tatfgbt In the West End Misses Frances and Nell Adam of Dinvlllo are visiting relatives hero Charles Murray of Stonega Va Is with G P Crow Miss Lettlo John son of Danville Is with Miss Mary Carpenter Miss Mamie Rnwllm e of Danville Is the guest of Miss Susie Frye A B C Dlnwlddlo and Dial Dyre of Bradfordsvllle were hero Sunday W S Huffman tad wife of Camp Nelson wore hero Sunday Mu Helen Hocker has returned from a visit to Miss Mabel Dry at Mrs Allen Burruss will return to Co orado Springs this week Mrs D H Skinner and Miss Bollo Rlffa aro III A J Adams Is sick D C All and L M Reid visited Laracaet- tfriends Sunday Tried to Conceal It oarrt only in this case theres no crime A wo man feels run down has backache or dye spepsia and thinks its nothing and tries to bide It until she finally breaks down Dont deceive yourself Tako Electric Bitters at once It has a reputation for curing Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles find will revivify your whole tyitem The worst forma of those maladies will quickly yield to the curative power Electric Bitters Only SOc and guaranteed by all druggists ITo Stockholders Of Crab Orch ard FairIUnder tbo pre fair was a success but It could have been more of one with tbo following changes One entrance to fair grounds in stead of two by honing two entrances from 600 to 1000 persons got in with out paying during tbo three days fair tupicketsyear at t2 and over per day each Have a good man to take up tickets on a marrygoround Instead of boys as you did have at a big price to each one and have a four days felt with a good tree show each day and no charge for ladle and children on first day Have excursion trains to run from Richmond Lebanon and Corbin and all stations between those pieces at a Cary low price so people who attend tbe fair can go each evening as lodg tog was at a premium last year during tbe fair and hundreds were kept away on account of not finding hotel accom modations Give no complimentary tickets or passes to any one but editors of newspapers and all officers of fair pay as others do as free family tickets to officers last year hurt tbo fair Have streets of Crab Orchard and road to fair grounds sprinkled well each day should It be needed You should get your catalogue ani youdidI believe In changing oQIcers each year as It puts new life Into It and ehlte dent Jno W Holmes Crab Orchard evino president J it Edmlston Crab Orchard treasurer L S Elder sec DundleyOanlIIe FkL e Woods Richmond J S Owsley Jr Stanford J W Guest Crab Orchard R H Bronaugb Crab Orchard J R Edmlstoo Crab Orchard A W Ditch lean Crab Orchard W A Brooks Crab Orchard Henry Campbell Crab Orchard A STOCK HOLDER OTTENHEIM callaod OtteDbelm can boast of tbreo fine churches tbo Reform Lutheran and Catholic Lincolrn Land Company has moved to his now homo near Chat Trubs Charles Enslln Is running his saw mill for al It Is worth In order to fill handgMoCloskr carries out program that ho baa on band It wl be a boom for Oltenhelm Tho Germans as a rule are the kin net and poet people In too world but soma of tbo mon are so ugly they wool d lock a wagon wheel If they Imkc- straight at It etWa rejoiced when we noticed In your boloyto establish a voting precinct at Ottonbolm It mikes us believe that we aro not forsaken but somebody cares for us otter all G D Boone tbo East End Is a frequent visitor to our German col ony and Is known among themes It Hon est George and ho is a great help to the poor people for he will pup any thing from a razor back hog to a thor oughbred trotting horse and be pays IIthe people liberally for whet he buys 11Dislocated Her Shoulder Mrs Johanna Soderholm of Fergus Falls Jftnn fell and dislocated her shoulder She had a surgeon get It back In place as soon as possible but It w quite sore and pained her very much Her son mentioned that ho had seen Chamberlain Pain Balm advertised for sprains and rorcncss and she asked him to buy her a bottle of it which he did It quickly relieved her and enabled her sleep which she hadnot done for envoy days The son was much peaaed wi thA the relief it gave his mother and bo has taco recommended It to many aFor sale by Craig A Mocker r oppojcation of tier good name and the law by paneleetq n a Negro he would havo boon banged without the formality of a trial Courier Journal The nicest and ploasantcit medicine have used for indigestion and cannily lion Is Chamberlains Stomach and Liv Tablets says Melard F Craig of M- IdlegrovcNTThepworkllkeacber m and do not gripe or havo any unpleasant effect For sale by Craig d Hocker Druggists a aOweniboro got the lair but she and wondercofIt Is entirely too big a thing for nor class says tbo Lexington Democrat LANCASTER ILL Jenkins sold his tobacco al Ho sold 100 bushel of hemp- seed at Hemp Is said to have been Injured by thu bad weather The two banks have re hcted their old boards Of olllcors and directors Tbo Garrard County Medical Society will hold lie monthly meeting this ate nlng Thomas MoMlllao Is making a second nary addition to his blacksmith shopShelby Trlbble has secured a position with a Somerset Coyly Dad left Tuuncj day for Pulaaklrt capital Miss Elizabeth Brown went to Let Ingtoo as one of the Stale Executive Christian Endeavor committee Judge J S Robinson sold a Jersey cow for 125 to the Stanford dairy J C Fox sold a lot of mules to a Southern trader at 1110 Miss Dove Harris hat returned from Lexington where she attended the msrrtagoof her niece Miss Jennie Enbry to Enoch Grennan Misses Mary and Bertha Burnsldo entertained Tuesday evening In honor of Misses Frances Fogg of Frankfort and Fljrerce Burnsldo of Point Leav 01 John Smith of Upper Garrard and Mr Blair of Harlan have bought the llco Woods farm from J C Napier Mr Smith gets 75 acres lying next to tie own place M F Rout a popular farmer of Gar rard has been appointed one of the committee to raise tbo 8100000 fund for tbo Kentucky exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase Worlds Fair at St Louis- A novel entertainment will bo given Friday evening by the Christian En leaver Society at the Odd Fellows Hall known sea Shadow Sale Re member refreshments will be served free Rev C M Cbumbley made arrange moats while attending a concourse of preacher In Louisville to do some evangelistic work In Harlan county and will probably leave tar that section In tbo next fortnight The following deaths have occurred lathe county within the lit few days Mr Woodson Scott of Mt Hebron ago 73 Mrs Cormloy an aged woman of the Lowell vicinity and Mrs Sherman Sounders of Paint Lick who leaves a husband and six children Mr sod Mrs R M Campbell have lately entertained the following rela lives who were ale vlsltorl at the re cent AJaxandur Campbell golden wed ding at Lexington Miss Made Mo Gary Adelaide Australia Mrs Arch ibald Campbell San Francisco Cal Mrs E Gray Steubenvllle Ohio Mrs B C Hagarraan Lexington forIIa en route to her anddWoodsNoel nuptials Miss Frances Fogg of Frankfort Is tbo guest of Missdvisit to Stanford Prof Jno M Young villtinlbllPaint Lick Miss Lulu McClure of Crab Orchard has been the guest of Miss Mamlo Basiln W H Compton vlshlrtlMrrecuperatedrleen Hudson of Danville la visiting RUllhe8hasCyrua Euon leaves shortly for a recu peration trip South Mrs Arnold of Madison la visiting her daughter Mrs Samuel Johnson Dr Ramsey and family have gone South for the remainder of the winter HUBBLE JaB McKcchnle sold a pair of work mules to D N Prewltt for 8240 asOr fllckle will leave for Louisville to attend the madlcal school for his list session In a few days Miss Ha Rankin Is teaching her 2nd term of school here which will make a 10 months term for her hero SouthalC Carman and Joe Ross are visit lag In Lexington matrimonialefever will strike here In a week or 10 days and may provo fatal The supervisors are raising some of too land In this community Wo hope that the tax list may be augmented till wo can have some to spend on our turn pike roads D G Spoonatnore sold his hay In tho stack for 02o to O J Thurman of fromIo mules thorn for a good price drDomestic Troubles It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasional ly but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings Now Life Pills around Much trouble they anvil by their great work in Stomach and Liver troubes They not only relieve you but enrebe at all drugstores g x I Winters ol1 iM8t8 Will lose their terror for any man who wears our warm Overcoats Caps Gloves and oth er Comfortables a IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied TIo mILLER Danville KU CAR JIll LOAD OF Oliver Chilled Plows and Studebaker Wagons Just Received FOR SALE BY Higgins g McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Who SIiiIIIImtso it 1 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 shouldbe allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to serve you When we fill your prescriptiion every drug that cn ters into it has the exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store A WORD 0e srs le saIt We are very thankful to you tor your liberal patronage of last year Favor us further by a continuance of it during the year just i begunCraig Hocker 1Ky STANFORD I W B McROBERTS THEjDRUGGIST Asks a contlnuanoB of your patronage during 1903 and thanks you for your liberal dealings of the year Just closed a FreshDrugs at Prices that are Right 0 4 L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINGER 01 Wane County ti a fSndldate for State Trraj Onr lubtect to the action of the Dtraocntlo prtr JAMES F HOLDAM t a nnJUJte for the Democratic nomInation for Cir cult Clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party M F NORTH da a candUate tor the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln county Subject la the ac tlaD of the tartyJ M ALVERSON It a CanlUate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resentative of Lincoln County subject to the action of the party Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Tug plan of Swllt S Co to furnlih coal at cost to their employes and to the poor In all tbo cities In which the firm has plants Is a philanthropic schema of direct and farreachlrg val ue It will bring relief to many who are In distress It will Rlvo protection to the poor and the oppressed against the rich extortionists It is a practical method of reaching a public evil that might well bo emulated by the phllan tnroplc institutions and the churches The latter In particular could do much In such a crisis as now exists to relieve the necessities of the poor if they would but organize along practical lines and tarnish means for the relief of the suffering This plan dose not In volve tbo raising of large sums of mono cy It is merely a way to protect the poor against robbery not to furnish them with free fuel If such opportunl to do good were more freely employed by the churches there would be less occasion to complain of their failure to attract and Influence the people CHIEF JUSTICE BURNAM overruled the motion for the docketing and advancement of the appeal In the Injunc Mon case of C M Meacham against the democratic State executive committee This postpones the bearIng of the case docketed until theor even Its being April term of the court This Is a com plate throw down for Meacham Wood eon Co but If they will now go away back sit down be quiet and behave themselves democrate will forgive them for all the tomfoolery they have done AMONG the United States Senators elected either in separate session or by joint ballot of State Legislative bodies Tuesday were J Hopkins Illinois Orvllle H Platt Connecticut H C Hansbrougb North Dakota Jacob H Galllnjrer New Hampshire R A AI Peorose Pennsylvania get Michigan Boles A B Rlttrodge South Dako t8j W J Stone Missouri T C Platt New York Heed Smoot Utah James P Clarke ArkansasT- RANSPORTATION of malls over the allroads in New York State last year cost the Federal government 12 572500 In addition to which the gov ernment paid 8336251 for the use of postal cars Of the total amount the New York Central received 11532305 THE Duke of Manchester who mar sled a daughter of Eugene Zimmerman the Cincinnati millionaire had his luggage attached on reaching New York for a jewelry bill As the luggage consisted of 220 pieces the bill must be a pretty large one CENSUS figures show that the aver age wealth of the Inhabitants of the United States Is 81320 which shows that an average figure Is a mighty deceptive thing Most of us are prepared to swoar that somebody else got our share of the assets SUAME on the Advocate Only a few weeks ago It announced that It would follow tho rooster wherever It goes and In yesterdays Issue It offers to club with the Lexington Herald the meanest republican paper this side of the Infernal regions A COURT In Indiana holds that con version to Dowlelem and tho practice of Dowlea religious theories coned tute grounds for divorce and has accordingly dissolved the matrimonial tie In a case before it And some peo pie think tho decision a most righteous one POLITICAL- Senator Deboo says be will not bo a candidate fore governor The New York supremo court declared the special franchise tax law un constitutionalThe bill fight in the Sen ate threatens to block all other jeglsla tlon to a serous extent Hon Jaraea V Clark has defeated Hon James K Jones for United States Senator from Arkansas I Former Governor W J Stone re calved a majority of the votes cast 10I both houses In Missouri for Senator The Tennesso Senate passed tbo bill requiring street car companies to fur olsh separate compartments for whites and Negroes Thomas O Platt was renomlnated for United States Senator bv the re publican caucus of the New York Leg islature One opposing vote was cut for Ellhu Root Thedemocratlo state executive com mittee is going right along arranging for the primary as If there woro no Charlies or Ureys Alas and alack Lexington Democrat James M Owen farmer and trader is announced as areof Clark county publican candidate for Railroad Com- mIssioner Ho was formerly chairman of the republican committee Gov William D Jelks of Alabama was Inaugurated at Montgomery Tho ceremonies were the most elaborate since the Inauguration of Jefferson Da vie as president of the Confederacy Col W K Mickle of Mobile has been appointed adjutant general and chief of staff of the United Confederate Veterans Col Mlckle succeeds Gen George O Moorman who died while holding tho position- Representative Lessler of Now York Is said to bavo revealed to the House Committee on Naval Affairs tho tames of the men who offered him 85000 to work for an Increased appro nation for submarine torpedoboats The new State officers were sworn Into office at Columbia S C Wednes day Duncan C Beyward was Inaug urated Governor to succeed M B Me Sweeney and James T Sloan became Lieutenant Governor succeeding Jai H TllIman Governorelect FrazIer of Tenncss Nashville Tuessee was Inaugurated day the ceremonies at the Capitol building being witnessed by groat crowds Addresses woro delivered by retiring Gov McMillan and the now executive Senator Elklns has prepared a bill to regulate railroad trusts the object be ing to separate interstate commerce and railroads from the general anti trust bill now being prepared by tho House subcommittee on judiciary The Elklns bill provides among other things heavy tines for either giving or accepting rebates on freight rates Secretary Root has transmitted to Congress a petition from Aguloaldo former Insurgent leader urging meas ures of relief for the betterment of con ditions in tbo Philippines He sug fleets a treasury loan of 820000000 and a credit of 880000000 to be used in tho development and Improvement of Philippine agriculture Be also offer a plan for the establishment of a bank under supervision of the Insular gov ernment IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William P Singleton a popular sit Izen of Somerset is dead aged 52 Mrs Tavla Kldd has bean appointed postmaster at Funston Pulrskl county George M Phillips a Knoxvllle drummer died at Richmond of typhoid fever D J Schooling an Insurance man of Marion county died suddenly at Co lumbia Charles Wl haw brother of Mr W S Wlgham of Moreland Is dead In Louisville Harrodiburg Is to have a new two story brick city ball She needs a new courthouse too The Knox oil men aro complaining because of alleged excessive valuation of their property for taxation Tbo second trial at Plnevllle of Geo Howard charged with killing his fath er two years ago resulted In his acqulL til W R Johnson has been placed In jtll at Wtlllamsburg charged with the murder of William Moore two years ago at Jelllco A company to can fruits and vegetables has been organized at Junction City with a capital of 810000 Messrs N L Currey and James D Shelby are tho promoters Ohio and West Virginia capitalists have organized a new company to op erate In tho Knox county fields It Is known as the Greenbrier 011 and Re fining Company and 1s capitalized at 81000000 Matt Engleman has bought out his partner Barney Leigh and will remain with us to the delight of bis many friends Rumor has It that Matt will become a benedict In the near fu ture Shelby City Cor Advocate Thomas Turner a wealthy citizen of Madison was found dead In his room with a bullet hole through his head It la thought he shot himself accidentally Mr Turner was 75 years old and un marriedOn death bed at Columbia a Ne gro named John Smith acknowledged that he killed Bob Turk another Ne gro near Cane Valleyelght or 10 years alto Smith was suspected at the time but sufficient evidence could not be ob tained against him to Indict him Tbo following dispatch Is sent from Danville George C Kellar recently manager of the Lexington Observer has accepted a position with the Dan ville News of this city He was con nected with the INTERIOR JOURNAL at Stanford for several years and Is one of the beetknown young newspapermen In Central Kentucky CRAB ORCHARD Mrs Mary Bronaugh la visiting la StanfordJ James is out after a severe spell of Illness Mrs Sim Middleton Is with her sick daughter Mrs Gray at Stanford Mr W T Stophensons house and lot in town was sold a few days ago to his eon George for 8480 D C Payne hat bought the house and lot near the Springs Hotel of tbo Slaughter heirs for something leIs than 81000 Miss Kallo Wells of Junction City Is at the King Hotel Mrs J B Wil lie was in Richmond this week visiting bur mother who Is Miss Bottle Harris asks her friends to remember her when they got ready to send for their magazines and papers saving them postage etc Miss Salllo B Ray from Buckeye Is an attractive guest of Mrs C Cover Mr Alex Beazley was over from Lan meter last week on business James Roborts died last week He was a brother of B Roberts who died about two weeks ago Their ltIeDds- extend sympathy to the families In their double distress Many thanks Mrs Stapp for being In terested In my news Items We hope to write a few more letters for the I J and see your very interestlnglotters oftener In It Kind wishes from friends are very pleasant at all times News of Interest from Alabama to the friends of David Holman was re ceived by them recently Ho was mar ried to a pretty Southern girl before Christmas His first wife was Miss Captola Slaughter who died of con sumption Mr Ed Walker from near Paint Lick was at Mr Mack Holmes enjoy Ing a fox hunt last week Miss Annlo Cover ol Stanford was a guest at tho Cover Hotel Saturday Miss Myrtle Wells left recently for Wllltamsburg to enter school there for this term Mrs Frances E Bcaucbarop deliver lecture at theInterestinged a very Baptist church Monday night to a fall Crowd She succeeded In organizing a W C T U society of about a dozen members She gave a talk at Miss Sallio MoWhortcre school room on tho use of tobacco d Kentucky Giant In Congress Visitors to the Senate and House galleries since the holiday recess have noticed a very large man with a smooth fat face walking about on the floors of tho two legislative chambers or coco versing with members of Congress He Is Ollle James who will succeed Rep tentative Charles K Wheeler as the member from the First Kentucky dis trict In the next House As a member elect of the House Mr James Is entitled to the privilege of the floor and ho appears to be taking advantage of It in order to acquaint himself with legislative life at Washington Mr James has attracted a great deal of al tention because of his enormous height correspondingly great breadth of shoulders Representative Sulloway of New Hampshire who Is the tollert man In the present Congress will havo to resign that distinction In favor of the new giant from Kentucky James weighs at least 350 pounds and towers head and shoulders above almost every other man In the House When silting bo more than fills a chair such as Is used by members While writing a letter recently in the neighborhood of Representative Wheelers seat which ho makes his headquarters It was noticed tbat the big Kenlucklan occupied three desks Tho one In front of him held the writ Ing materials while the writers great arms occupied a desk on each aide Members are predicting that Mr James will either have to havo a spe cial chair and desk constructed for his use next session or that be will be obliged to retire to a divan in the cloakroom when he wishes to sit down Mr Sullo way has an aisle seat so that bo can spread that portion of his body which his chair and desk can not ac commodate Into the aisle The tame procedure may suffice for Mr James of Kentucky Chicago Chronicle Croup The peculiar cough which Indicates croup Is usually well known to the moth ers of croupy children No time should be lost In the treatment of It and for this purpose no medicine has received moro universal approval than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Do not waste valuable time in experimenting with untried remedies no matter how highly they may be recommended but give this medicine as directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly disappear For sale by Craig d Hockcr Druggists Riley Grannan Kentucky most fa mous plunger on the turf whose opera tions in the ring are bywords both In thla country and Europe is with out money Within the last few weeks he has lost throe small fortunes at the New Orleans track the total of which la said to exceed 850000 Craig da Hooker guarantee every bottle of Chamberlains 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 ronghf colds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia 01 144 qwn 1 i n ORND LDRThis week we have opened the newest and largest line of ett EMBROIDERIES t Ever brought to Stanford We have from the finest to the cheapest Over 200 pieces to select from Special window of w- ideHMMBURGSAt lOc yard worth up to 25c a y- ardEMBROIDERIES Four inches wide 5c new patterns worth lOc THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY Props S B LEVYManapor d Uh Uu h ha A Marvelous Invention Wonders never cease A machine has been invented that will cut paste and hang wall paper The field of inventions and discoveries stems to bo unlimited Notable among great discoveries is Dr Kings Now DltooTory for consumption It has done n world of good for woilc lungs and saved many n life Thousands have wed It and conquered Grip Uron chills Pneumonia and Consumption Their general verdict Is Its the Lett and most reliable medicine for throat nd lung troubles Every SOc and tl bottle Is guaranteed by all druggists Tual bottles free NOTICE I Notice U that by iwtiul conwnt th eras at C RowntSn lit Cos J KoMmtat lit Co RIM Reicua Roe itlneM RownttW Jake HoMMttat and Ror ft Rottetffnc love tea aittotvol Jik KewniHiu as Kebttta KowntUn conltnu the buss under firm name of J RoiMttliw lit Co at Itankfert Ky C KottniOftt and Kottrt Kottnttlne wM cos liDue business under the firm name of C RoMnttta lit Co at Sutton Ky M Ruwntttn will ClNltI- nUbulillest Frankfort Ky IndlvUuaUy STANFORD GREENHOUS- ECarnations Hya cinths Narcissus Floral designs on abort notice Bedding and vegetable or all kInds In seaeun Phono to rIng 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at private lale my property situated on the north ot MaIn on eaataldnot College street In lluitonvllle Iy eonstating or hotel and livery table and vacant lot This is well an ranged for hotel or boarding house and livery stable having on same a nice barn 65x73 and all outbuildings neeenaryI for hotel and livery purpose va cant lot for private residence If desired Everlasting water abundance Property it well arranged tor private residence anc is sow rented for that If you- nt good paying In O1ltonyltle- caU on or address D 0 Carpenter nUlton vllle Ky UICI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call FENNERS KIDlYand Backache AH diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs acheneartDtseasebravelDropay Dont become discouraged There Is Icure for you If nocetsary Ur Kcnnct lie IlLS spent a lito thuo curing Juat utcm cases as joura All coosultaUons Elgnt months In bed heavy backache pain and soreness across kidneys alo rheu matt m Other remedies fallnd Dr Fen ner Kldno y and Dackacho Curo cured me completely WATERS Hamlet ffi Y Draughts roc II Ask for Cook BookTree I STYITUSDANG CURE Sure Cure Circular Dr Fcnnor rrodoalaNY HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE J mNm si w S4 IMrv eC t11 Regular 5yI Stays ula or 6Inurt SS IVCiI 171es nse IM 1ft r aw I 4 y- Special flog tlorae and Cattle Stlo Slay u la or 61a apart Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically ever Never goon wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDr I by the manufacturers and by us Call and sec it Can show you how it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced For Sale by FARRIS A CO in kCe 1 seawaysaeraestslf Stanford Ky Dealers Groceries IIardware weetawsaeswe CHANGEI 1VI and improvements second to no business embrac pug the above lines W W Withers senior of this firm will spend his time in Imcmbo selecting theI BARGAINSAnd tiptodato patterns Wo have learned good patterns well bought aro half soldso thatII time spent in making selections in this novel will not bo missed wQ cordially invite you inspect our different lines and nature yoa that our advantage shall be yours I L WiTHERS FURNITURE OMPAN1 owaa etssua w wtnesan and TWO DAYS ONLY Eyes examined slaucf adjusted Dont neglect your children Onlce Hour 0 A M to 4 r M Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky Newly furnhed clean beds splendid table Every hlng firstclass Porters meet all trains 89 r I I Dr R Goldstein OF LOUISVILLE KY Eye Specialistwill bo at tho VERA2fDA EOTELMonday Tuesday February IG and 17 and scientifically oye NEW LIVERY STABLES BUSKS ft SON Prop JUNCTION CITY KY rintCIM Turnout at Reasonable RateSpecial Attention to Traveling Men Grata and nay For SailloA c 1 n- I torTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JAN 23 1003 In filling your prescription wo uio tho right medicines In the exact propor tions and with proper oaro Wo not do bettor U yon ui doublo tbo price whldh la always reasonable Poo cya Druz Store PERSONALS MH WILLIAM DAUOIIEIITY contlo one III Mu JACK DOBLEY It threatened r t with pneumonia REV It B MAIIONY wont up to LIv Ingston ycrtardayLellamiburfr yesterday MRS MATTIE WITHERS has taken cisJMIESking Darling Huffman Miss BEITIE PAXTON attended tbo IlurtonAllcn marrlauo at PIt burJ Wednesday MRS LEE DEAN of Crab Orchard returned with lath Anna Cover and It i now tin her guestLifrom Anderson Indiana to attend tboI burial of his father REV JOHN L LEWIS of Durkivlllc arrived Wednesday to visit hit parents Dr and Mrs T M Lewis MRS E D WALKER who has beBnI with Mrs J C nays returned to her homo In Garrard yesterday Mils Eo M ncTCIIINS arrived fro St Louis Tuesday to visit her parents Hid sod Mrs D J Pinkerton childrenIaro Tlilllng relatives at Rowland DR BURDETT KAUBUY of Paint Lick father of Mr John Bright JrIof this place has gone to Flendonon MMRdan led csmo hero Tuesday to attend tho burial of his father Mr George T Mofobertecat been visiting her parents Mr and Mr M A Phelps has returned to her homo at Stanford RcgUter Mil W A TRIIIIILB hat moved his law and loiHraoco ofllco to the room oe oupled by Mr Logan R Elughos In the INTERIOR JOURNAL building Miss NANNIE Pm FUR who bill been homo but a few days from a very see ccittul term of school at Bubanks leaves today for Bryanlivlllo being unexpectedly called there by the 10 rare Illness of her brother Wills Mute son Richard Somerset Journal I LOCALS FRH6II flth today T 0 Willis ReDUcED price on lap robes J O McOlaryTwhite goods laces and ombrold r to Jones IFonRAINES sold toAlux Holtzolaw and live acre or land j Dartttown for 11200 I MR ISAAO HAMILTON has rented bit store rooln at Rowland to a Flat Lick party who will open a store Rouoit lumber locust wlro fence post post and railing pool Ready rnor I ttied For sale by U J McRoberts r rLINCOLN county Is now about free of mall poz Every precaution should bo taken to keep away that loathsome di ease MARK HARUIN beanapaointe administrator of his uncle Mr Tlmo thy Hardln The estate Is eald to be worth about 13000 Top Ladles Aid Society will meet with Mrs W B McRoborU at 230 this Friday afternoon All members laareA NEORO boy named William Mc FarUnd raised by Mr and Mrs Goo R Engleman was run over and kllie br a train at Danville yesterday after noon PLEASE dont forget our terms aro cash or exchange and If wo ticket yow a low days wo expect same to bo when tho ticket is presents J H Baughman do CoaAUCTION AT GUM SUUUOR I Will bold a twoday auction at Gum Sulphur a on Friday and Saturday Jan 23 an 24 when overcoats shoes haw pants mens boys and youths suits will go at your own price Dont fall to at tend J P Chandler Auct 3t Miss GEORGIALEwi81g horIt performer ready for tho What Became of Parker wh1 will bo presented at Walton Opera house on Fob 27 Tho fact that MissI Lewis Is In charge ls evidence that tbo entertainment will bo a pleasing one TUB Danville News bite tho nail squarely on the head when It says Ca soy county has as many clover men- the to square millS as any county In tho State and Jim Coulter who was among tho courtday visitors to Danville Is ono of them Hla eon In Iaw Dud who Is clerk of tho circuit tocourtmen represent two political faiths are popular among democrats and republicans FOR white goods laces and embrold atlas go to Jones CRUSHED Oyster Shells for chickens at Craig k gaskets ROOM for rent Furnished or unfur nished MM Annie Nowland 2t handedbuokboadflee THOMAS ATKINS has bought of John forIlGOOALL oily taxes not paid by Fob lwlll bo advertised and property sold R G Jondi city marshal 3t LOST Heavy rug on Huitonvlllo between tollgate and Stanford ave at this office andUltabentern and stable Severance Sons CARSON PENCE nro ready to walt on tbo peoples In an exchange at their etc re Wheat corn oats hay etc1 taken in exchange for lour meal ship stuff and cotton send meal TilE democratic county committee of ncoln county Is called to meet at my ofllco on Saturday Jan 31 1003 for tho purpose of transacting important bust ness W S Burch chairman nOklahomacato Is back satisfied that thorn Is o place like Lincoln county Tbo forma THU enterprising ofA Ham mood k Co at Rubble boughtand sold In November and December 1478342 the3handledof country produce MR S P GRAY tells us that ho and William Hloks of Bluedeld W will open a furniture stars at liar bourvlllo In a few days Wo are sorry say that this change of business will use Stanfon to loo Mr Gray TUB attention of the publlo U caned to the card of Dr R P Myhand of LaGrango Gu who has located hero to practice his profession that of vet erinary surgeon Tho doctor Is graduate of the Alabama Polytechnic College and has bad considerable ex parlance In bis line His office Is at j R13ealeva livery stable where ho can be found at any time FIVE STORKS ROIIIIED Five stores olgbtbutmllelolTbeWblpp ft Stone Portman Bros Lafo Sharps Y M Loiter sari Mr Lip e Bloodhounds were brought from Wll ore sari they trailed to the hotuo of om Anderson colored who was rested end placed In jail Great o citement prevails theta and Mr MlHumphrey telephoned us yesterday that thoro wore more people In town Wednesday than usually gather thero on coat courts THE following relatives and friends of tho splendid old gentleman down from Brodhcad with the tomst of Mr George T McRoborts anda tended the burial Mrs Joshua Dua J H Dunn and Miss Ella Duns Mrs J G Frith and children Mr and Mrs R G Colllor Mrt George Brooks Mr Sallswas preached at Mr Duane residence at Brodhcad on dhad morning wbero a largo crowd gathered Mctdamcs Dunn and Frith ask us to thank the good people of Brodhoad who woro to kind to their father In his sickness and death MOTHER old load mark passed away when Timothy Hardin died near Moro nd on tbo 10th last In a low months 10 would have been 83 years old His wife who was a Miss McCormack proceeded him Just 32 years lacking ono dmonth On Tuesday bo was burled at McCormack church by her tide eft appropriate services by Rev Hagln Stanford Uncle Tim as bo was to overy one for mile around as the poor mane banker for tho past CO years In tho region about Moreland Millcdgovlllo It Is said of him nd truly so that no woman who asked for a loan was ever dented Poor men In nearly all cases applied and no note decould not read writing ho depenth upon bis memory for his ledger and sever forgot an twin Ho dented him sell all the luxuries of life and many tho tomtom to soya bia moony Yet e would lend It to the poorest man In iehwas raro or him to call In a loan When angered by ono whom bo bad trusted his ao sera emphatic and to tbo point never a foul or dirty expression passed his lips He was a true friend modest courteous and always a gent la moosHla last two years woro spoof at the homo of Mr and Mrs Wm Gtlll lead whore he was most carofullly and tenderly uurtcd Had ho boon th air child ho would not havo had better hlMartin ol rn soyabut a u caerous heirs la Kentucky and Missou ri ITRY Enjjleharde coffey Jno Bright FOR gander Iaeand embroldL erles go to JoncabaCOUP whllo wo are hero and lot us make your likeness Mill Bacray mDANVILGIClrcultcourt engaged exclusively on equity cases o i portionfwill bo summoned It will leave a uAprilbeen for eomo time employed as chlaf clock for Salinger Bros storo In this slay has resigned his position and left with his wlfo for Louisville where bo bat a lucrative position In a large wholesale shoo house There will be no preaching In tho Cumberland Pres byterian church at Parktvlllo until the smallpox has been stamped out of Wll sonville AJ Craig of Covlngtoa received the contract for tbo addition a t buildings at the D k D Institute 13oyloRodeBoyle National flank to succeed Col R P Jacobs Advocate UNCLE TERRY GOODE who lived throe miles out on tho Mlddleburg pike from Hustonvllle died on the lit Had be lived until tho 25th Inst his ago would have been 00 years For the poet 65 or 70 years be had lived whero e died respected and honored by all i neighbors and a hoot of warm countydveal from this date ho began the decline which culminated In his death Eleven children grown to roan and woman hood survive tbo old couplo and their training aria such that all aro useful and honored citizens of this and other States Undo Terry led a very quiet life that of a plain farmer Was the soul of honor In every walk of Ilfo and a friend to the poor and unfortu nato If ho ever voted at an electloi no ono remembers It If ho ever seal cd or mistreated human being In oar way during bis life 00 ono over heard of it Hla habits of life wero so simple sari yet so methodical that hla Ideas and his work never conflicted with those of any one olio Ho bad a kind word for ovary ono saver a criticism tokotter all nell transactions he was punctual and prompt If ho owed any sum ho al ways took tho exact amount and paid It tbo day It was due No one over bad to make change for him Ho was not a member of any church though his wife and daughters wero Prctbyte clans Tho early history of this com munlty can noyer be written now with any degree of accuracy as ho was the last survivor of that early po rlod Old and young of all colon and creeds will miss the good old man who hat pasted to his reward X Y 7 xTHIS AND THATlMt Sterling has eight cases of small pox Joo Goddard the pugilist Is dead at Camden N J Mrs Elizabeth A Prewltt Is dead at Junction City werepBaldwinoHoltzclaw bought of W H Cummins 30 barrels of corn at 12 O Houston a wellknown business toman of Bryantavlllo died suddenly of Finley has grd tate moot saying Youtseya cants on was secured by torture In a shooting affray at Mlddletboro Frank Adams was fatally wounded and James Henderson suffered a broken log Millard Lee charged with the mur der of his sweetheart at Atlanta has been respited a fourth time by GOY Terrill Judge H W Bruce member of tho Confederate Congress sari ono of Lou Isvlllee most honored citizens dlcd unexpectedly orUnary Giles who together with hla wlfo 11 wasted at Stonega Va on the charge of killing a man last March was captured at Mlddlcsboro Tho publlo school at Oklahoma Ma son county taught by Prof Charles Turolpeced has been closed on account of tbo prevalence of smallpox among tho pupils A United States Marshal has taken charge of Floago Jr Sons bank at Jack sonville Tex The assets found con lilted of 10 centa and a number of notes torgarleah0 Tonn has brought suit to oust the Board of Al dermen of that city from oQIco Ho charges conspiracy to withhold from the city corrals moooy duo the trees ury and also other acts of malfeasance CHURCH MATTERS Rev J M Folsom pastor of the Bap NitabutRev O M Huoy who Is holding a meeting near Carrollton will bo at home to Oil hla regular appointments Sunday One million Live hundred thousand- converts wero made by the Methodist Episcopal church during tho course 0 the aoth century thank offering move went The new Methodist church at Chap lla Washington county wilt bo dedl- MorrisC ofLoulevlllaqallBllpreach the dedlcato ry sermon It U a beautiful brick struc ture and coat about 10000 MATRIMONIAL The complainant In a current divorce recounts with toots how her bUll nd compelled her to wear his trous ers Most women don the bifurcated garments from preference as soon aa arried and It la usually the husband raises the kink says tho Lexing ton Democrat Tho supreme court has given an Important decision concerning the divorce law of South Dakota The Mal supreme court held that a who bad secured a divorce after six months tlay In South Dakota did not thereby acquire a legal residence that the divorce was null sari void and bo was ttlll married to his first wife although ho bad since married another woman This decision was upheld Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man enduring paint of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Bore feet or stiff joints But there no seed for It Buck Ions Arnlca8alTe wilt kill the pain and- recl the trouble Its the best salve on earth for Piles too 25c at all drug glsta T Nice Home For Sale I will tell at public lao In front of the courthouse MONDAY FEW 9 1603 County Court Dar at 11 oclock Mri Kato nose nice homo on West Main Street It contain six rooms baa good stable garden and yard Splendid cistern close to door House la good repair Terms cash W A TRIBBLE Attorney FOR RENT byWmIoverancoJ D OWSLEY P P MYHAND SurgeonIStanford Ky Office at J R Beazlevs Livery Stable RIB Maliony Insurance fluent Fire Life Accident nod Tornado Nono but the larg est nnd best companies represented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm of 100 acres loca Licktationy halt of which Is In cnltlTatJon the ro goodlubdantlal springsandtam would placeB Kr DRIP We Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office in Myers Houso Flats To the Coal Consumer Having bought out Higgins A 81methe coal we arc now reparedtoturnlsh surroundingcountrylowest market price for cash Farmers we OJChaogetoryour trade and guarantee full weight for Orders receIved at coal house phone 41 or Iloonea livery stable No 08 Scone IDunavont STfUPOJU KY StockoflHandise FOR SALE On StinStanford Good Stand Making Money but want to soil for satisfac tory reasons Address Box 62 Stanford Ky Very Cheap Farm ON EASY TERMS milesfromcheesefactoryfarm Is well preserved and Improved and contains a large amount of One saw timber tramodwellingwalled cellar and two porches two barns one an extra goon frame with cattle sheds surtugwagon shed combined also a hennery a enstand other small fruit The fencing Is of rails and In good repair The Is water clsptore thIs farm at a bargaIn on very easy orI 2O6r66ntnet arariea eo REDUCTION ON All Winter SuitsNAnd Overcoatsf Cummins S McClary OVERCOATS I OverShoesFelt Ear MuffsLined GlovesWool Shirts The Very Thing For This Zero Weather Terms Cash H J McRoberts I w v v i MAHEASURESHOT i I By giving us your trade for 1903 We handle only such goods as we can rec ti ommend to our customers We will ihnndJo even better goods this year findiget the p- ricesLOWRjI Wo cant keep shop without customers and will use all legitimate means to make and keep you o- neSEVERANCE 1 ti SON JOHN BRIGHT JR A COJDealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt and Cement r a Watch Chains Of many various de scriptions at prices to suit most every body We have a large and well se lected stock Come and see us W H MUELLER 1Ky f THEJNTEH10RJODRNAL Entered n the pot ofce at Blanford a- Head elass mail- erpystbliahdTxxaay aaQlr ld ap- Ar k 81 PER YEAR CASH When not sopstdsaOO will beeasrged KNOXVILLE DIVISION I o24Traln going North 1146am 028II it u230amo 2S11 South 1221am NoH 12 52 pm PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Cleuuei tad bnatlfltt the hob Promote a InjmUnt lever Tall to Beitpre tar to It Youtbtl11 07ICum d at I J W PRICEProprietor lacksmlth and Carriage Repair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Does a business In both lines guarantees satisfaction Your age Horseshoeing at 80o andI AU other work In proportion A s PRICE- lurrea d tanford Ky OQcworir YeaobeiDroulggStan to tbe Owaley I RIIA e JONES I DENTIST Stanford Ystpe Office over lligRins tit McKinney Stol Telephone Nq 01 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment ot aerglcaland chronic diseases and for con sultation Hoard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Prates atonal bills duo when services are rendered and must paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food 6c Sale Stable Liberty Kyt Drummer Rigs a specialty High Grade Horses and Mules bought sold Feed horses receive personal attention A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers hid services as l uotoiszaor to the people of Lincoln County He will please you both In work and price Write to him Trajlor8j1 icE DEALCRS IK Wliisky Brandu Wines Beer GI ars Etc I KYOlosetoPrompt and polite attention Nothing but the bet to drink u telegraph orders receive L S ADAMS Of Ualimlun Tcxrw Wine of Cardul Is Indeed a bltiilnj to tired women Having suffered for seven with weakness and burI- ngdown and having tried uy- ersl dodo and different remedies with no success your Wine of Cardul was the only thing which helped mend cured me Itteemed to trengthenthe By tirod women Mrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the womb ovarian or of these ailments that women have You can cure yourself at home with this great womens remedy Wine of Cardui Wine of has cured thousands of cans which doctors have failed to benefit Why not begin to wull All druggist have 100 bottles For any stomach liver or boWl disorder Thodfords BlackDraught should be used rota Itrsteraaddreu dvlnt rartIMniLann I WINECARDUI KINGSVILLE Wallace W Walter of your city was here Monday Alonzo Caseoll is hero from Somer set repairing telephone wires Sam McKclthen and Miss Lola Floyd wore married at Somerset and return ed to their hOme hero Tuesday Miss Efflo Carey was electol organ let of tho Christian church and little Miss Dora Rigney is to be her assist ant or substitute Mrs Emma Cbovolotto who has been quite sick has about recovered Mrs Logan Wall Is quite sick Felix Twldwell was here Saturday During Mr Jones sermon last Sun day morning a large portion of tho pa per roll from the celling directly upon E W Crelghtons bead and It was quite a striking Incident Weve heard It rumored that Mr Lanham the clever and competent conductor of the Cannon Ball routo has wearied of a single existence and will shortly become a benedict Dr C M Thompson Is cutting no Ice just nowbut ho has been to somo extent Unless theres another freeze however therell be an Ice famine here next summer as the doctors Ice house Is only about onethird full There having been so many contra dlctory statements we w are not quite clear as to whether Gov Beckham la eligible or Ineligible Will the INTE RIOR JOURNAL kindly state Its opinion for our benefit The courts will decide In tlmeEdOur Squire Smith has been fortunate In recovering 81000 from an old estate which has boon un der litigation for a number of years Mr Smith has expectations of securing a fortune from an English estate also from lands In West Virginia Eld Jones of Lexington filled his appointment at the Christian church Sunday last Rev George Thompson la the now pastor of the Christian church Quarterly meeting wee held Monday and Tuesday Presiding Elder Hill of Somerset came up to pre tide Kingsvtlle citizens Impatiently await the return of Mr Jerry Baker who departed for Burnslde sometime before the holidays We bear Inquiries con stantly being made by bis old friends here who have heard nothing of him All the clocks and watches In town are oft duty since Mr Baker Is not hereto repair tbemIGeo Love Sr and Geo Love Cbaa Love MUses Florence and EllzI bath Love are of the mumps TheI rest of the family have been similarly a3ected but are now coovallscentI Miss Eva Francis Is of mumps Flint Is also a victim of the same dlI ease which has been quite prevalent In this community For a bad taste In the mouth take a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and LhI er Tablets Price 25c Warranted to cure For sale by Oralg lloctcrDrng gists E4E4 That EOcallcd cheap insurance is the dearest thing on earth That n dollar saved in tho pro raium may cost you a hundred in a loss That only solid cash in eight and experienced management guarantee 1ThatNew York can be relied on Jesse D Woaron Stanford Exclusive Agent for Lincoln OarrardBoyle aat C vjy Counties Kentucky J+ G+ McciMY DER AXEaed 51 tar E3IBAL5LER And DealearIn eBNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford KyI J La Beazley it Co Undertakers and- Embalmers DB1UM FurnltnreHatUnltsnugsThey a call Prices right STANFORD KENTQOKY LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Jas MoKoohnlo Bold to D N Prow tit a pair of mules for 1220 W n Llllard sold 30 yearling cattle to various parties at 41o Advacato T C Willis sold to 0 P Huffman a small bunch of 150 pound hogs at 6o The Advocate says that fully 200 mules changed hands there court day C A Robinson bought of John Spoonamoro a lot of butcher stuff at 3o E V Carson bought of Evon Lyon his farm of 50 acres near Huitonvllle for 12000 FOR SALE 500 shocks of fodder Cae bo tad on placa G A Swine broad Bubble Ky3tCol Underwood sold to Hubble Eubanks 10 coming twoyearold mules at SOD and ono for 865 Brook Currey of Lexington fold to T C Jefferson the brown stallion Al fred Star 2141 for 12000 FOR SALE25 sugar and 10 good cotton coming two yearold mules H C Baugbman Hustonvlllo KyItBen Dolllns sold his 45aoro farm south of Somerset to Joseph Hlggln botbam of Wayne county for 11400 G A Snlnobroad sold a lot of meat hogs at 6c a lot of clover seed at 8560 and bought a bunch of 120pound hogs atbinIDdre the famous French coach horse owned by L V Harkncssof Fay cue was disposed of at a Chicago sale for 11500 James Frye sold to W H Wright a bunch of 100pound shoats at 5 45 He bought a lot of shoats at 5 35 and sold to Geo D Robinson a bunch at 6io Mrs Mary Hawley has brought suit against tho Shelby County Fair Asso clarion for 2800 damages She claims that she was run over and badly crippled br J T Crenshaw an exhibitor George E Alford writes us from Hustonvllle that he has sold to a Lex ington party his hlghactlng bay geld- Ing for 11000 and Sam M Owens sold his Naboth gelding to the same party for tGOO Fd Carpenter of the West Eod has sold to Nichols tL Mitchell of Lexing ton his twoyearold bay stallion for 11000 Ho was shipped to Bowling Green where be will be bandied This magnificent youngster Is by Dignity Dare one of the foremost saddle stal long In Kentucky- A good crowd attended George D Hopper sale yesterday morning and satisfactory prices wore realized throughout Horses brought 140 to 893 cove 82560 to 840 60 calf 81325 Corn sold at 82 34 hay rick 81760 tim othy bay 817 oats 814 ton Household tad kltcben furniture and farming Im plements went at fair prices Yellow lover has made Its annual appearance at Vera Cruz Mexico and lye deaths have been reported 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 Lincoln county Ky I will cashwandtaxes the following property or so much thereof as may bo necessary to lay said taxes This list will bo pub Ushcd once a week for four weeks and ho names will disappear as soon as tho tax and costs arc Cost of advertising 82 When call to pay your taxes please bring along 0 percent on the amount as as the thE amount duo and 82 foradvertislmjS- TANFOIID WHITE J H Baugh 73 acres land 8 2 Tennessee Brummctt 5 acres 3 27 Wm Cormloy f acre 1 i8 Mrs Salllo Cooloy 11 acres 2 7C John S Galpes lot 2 fo H C Gann lot 76 John R Johnson 37 acres 2 JoVn Nuckols 105 acres 2 Cello Phillips 5 acres 1 65 Richard Robinson lot 100 Bertram Spratt CO acres 1 30 Jack Yakey 4 acres 3 70 Melton J H 1 aero 2 05 STANFORDCOLORED Ball Mrs Edith 11 acres Baughtnan Cldto 5 acres 2 05 Baughman Frank lot 2 Do Bright Polly lot 50 Harriett Carr 10 acres 110 Abe Carter lot 2 50 Albert Christopher lot 55 Geo Cowan 4 acres 3 70 Solon Craig lot 100 Dick Evans 3 acres 1 Go Bob Harris 3 acres 2 60 Wm Hays I aero 180 Alice Hnynea lot 4 85 Squire Higgins 1 aero 80 Woatt Hill li acres 45 Charley Hocker 15 acres 2 05 Agnes Jones lot Llllard Mag lot 145 Lytle Mary lot 1 15 M D McRoberts4 acres J6 John Morrison 30 acres 2 C5 John Sandldgo 5 acres 3 70 Bob Smith li acres 170 Annie Stewart 2 acres 55 Roy Stewart 3 acres 1 05 Dick Thurmond 40 ncres 2 05 Annlo Wilde 35 acres 55 Tom Woods 4 acres 260 Lena Hays i aero 17 Hlckman Monroe 30 acres 4 75 CRAB ORCHARD WHITE Reynolds Ovey 15 acres 180 Lewis 0 P 100 acres 1 M Kink L T 100 acres 3 45 Bachlngcr Ladlslaw 7 acres 2 05 Adams Wilson 43 acres L 30 Ballard Sara 54 acres ao Bentley Dr P 60 acres 1 10 Carter Heirs 111 acres l 45 Chappell Mrs Mollie 22 acres Ni Daugberty David 70 acres 1 If Delaney Geo 10 acres 1 80 Delanoy Mrs Kato 50 acres 30 Denny Geo 1 nero 1 80 Denny Eliza A and J B 10 acres to Donny Balllnger 20 aaros 1 a Dourly W P 35 acres 2 00 Dlshon Louis 33 acres 0 Dishon Jas 10 acres 1 Wilson Commodore 18 acres 10 Farris Scott lot 3 45 Gastlnoau Jas Leo 01 acres 1 70 Haggard Heirs 80 acres 00 HalfioldLucndi 20 acres 4iJ Hutchison W C lot 440 Jaklo John 3Si acres 1115 JunuoSky John 100 acres I 60 Llnnoy J M 1000 acres 0t Lynch J F 20 acres 1 SO Payne Anderson Hrs 40 acres 55 Petroy Adam Jr 2 acres 1 SO Redd It G 11 acres a 2i Rogers John 25 acres 181 Southern Geo 60 acres 2 8 Singleton Mrs C 200 acres 2 00 Smith J L 18 acres 1 00 Smith Mrs Arniina 140 acres 15 Stampfloy GotHob 20 acres 1 D5 Stringer Lincoln 10 acres 2 35 Stolnlgcr Arnold acres 2 76 Sutton Jack acres 4 76 Thompson W D 65 acres 211 Thompson Chas f aaroei 181 Wardle Wm t auras no Wells Kllhu 114 acres 311 CRAU OROUARDCOLGIU- WFender Hays 100 aoros 5 41i Guest David lot 3 5 Hardin Rev J II 1 aura 2 03 Hays Caroline 11 acres 16 Johnson hoary aoros 205 Rico Binds 1 aero 00 Sutton WmC acres 2 It- WAYNzSeVaawnlrx Althonse Fred 80 acres Ilasttn lire acmeb1nrecktold Fred 100 acres I 7t Brown W S 188 acres e W Brown 0 L 3 agree 1 la Baker George 30 acres 2 20 Cook W R 40 acres 10 Coins J R 30 acre M Frailer Hrs 12 acres 30 Olbson Mrs Loulia80 sere JO Gibson J Logan 10 acre 00 Olllem J 0 lot 60 Ooley Mrs Sara IS acre s Harris J IS sere J II user Wm II aere 025 Jacobs Mrs Charley 40 acres Karlth Conrad 100 acres I 20 Kldd lira 51 acres 70 Moore Mrs Malvlna 10 acres u Morgan M F A Otbers Jot sere JD Mulllos Alt acres J N Mulllns Mrs Sara lot J 4S dyers Mrs N M 41 airs i 00 MIen A O 40 sores I JO Odear Ilobl E S acre I 35 Parkhlll J W IS acres H Pratt H W 130 acres 7 fli Iloblnsca Mrs AUcel acre 10 dheplor August 136 agree U time Catherine M asres I10 Uptbegrore Ira 40 aires 81 Walters Bltuibeth lit M airs 70 Weaver It 1M acre J 10 White T W 75 acre t II William W D H acre I Wilton John 10 sera U Wood J II ITS acres 0 I WA rwzsausaCOLOu W Boon Sire Meatey sores U Hnnn Hrs 110 acres 05 Owiley James 05 aoresI- IUSTOSiVILLE 2 IIi WHITE Martin Hezeklah S agree 216 MoWliortor North Itasrct 00I Mlnler Ed lot 3 UI Paul Odle lot 3 rather U U S3 acres 8 00 Itoynolds Milton M acres I TOI rider Henry 20 acre 2 fO Binder Sirs Martha U Smith Farris I 05 Vardeman Alex aere I 05 Wagoner Thomas 81 acres 2 Butln Due IK nor6s I Ilurton Alvin lot 3 4S Cannon Juno Wm 8 acres 35 Carter It O 1SK acres III Carter 0 S 25 acres 2 03 Cook Marlon 10 acres 80 Dot on Hiram 77 acres 2 35 Estes Sallie J est It acre 20 Cstes Qeo W 44 acres 7 2S Floranc James acres I Florauc Manley lot I 2S Oetson Fred acre 2 Haley David 5 acres 2 Hill VanOett 10JJ acre f 35 Hughes Mrs America SXores 66 Jones Mary P I 00 Kelpatrlck W U lot I II CllTOIUZCOLOaXD Bailey Charley lot 175 Beaty Reno lot JO Drown Ttnslcy lot 2 00 Burdett John 38 acre I 20 Carpenter George 40 acres I 65 Clovd Joe lot 170 Oloyd John Luca lot Collins John 5 acre 63 Cooper Jennie Fannie lot III Deatherldge Howard 3 acres 1 8S DlnwUUIe firs I acre Sf GMIctple June lot Givens Anderson lot r 90 venJohnSacrel a UI GooJ WotforJ lot Ito ImesJohnMcKinney Osui lot 40 Rifle Joe Dick to acres Roblnton JulUn i acre 0I Rots Henry lot ye Smith Paratee gt yo Steel Thomas lot I sy Trice Mitch lot I IS Welch Janes lot I WoUrUze Charles acres a oy M S Baughman S L C l Fl Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids liver Is torpid and falls to do tu work the bile enters the blood u a virulent poison Theo seomee constipation biliousness sick headache ertrs an4 malarU The only treatment that give the Urer lust Uu right touch and starts Natures work In the right tIIIIIIer u lAlIOltSLIVER 1LLS- ANDTON1GPELLETSJTbe pin touches the Urn and the pellets tone ttM nil36 dotes lor 5 JCOIt cent and un lees your cue U exceedingly bad you win be wen before you Saab them Sample tree For sale unall dealers II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO Directors J D Vuton J D Owsley U Bbanks W O Walker Ooo W Carter Baccessor to The Farmers Rank Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Sloping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First NationalOf Ban Capital Stock 50000 This Institution wu originally established as the Deposit flank of In UJS then reorganized as tho National Bank or- Stantord lu and again rvurganteod II the First National Bask ot Stanford In IBM having bad practically an uninter rupted exlttenco fur 41 years It li better with facilities for transact- laRbnslneu promptly and well than ever before In IU long and honorable Greer Recounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor partitions Solicited Contrnf Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky No IUI sad M In Sullte rooraib n rorth food nrd n nwl hl otoM nehnnbbte auj tebool UooJ tar swaH liw Uj frttetSS No 2tIn farm n lent I lallM mm Man teal lloimot tewr food roomLek pareh sad veranda OooJ Urn other bulMloti In jooj Cut Intli OiWi well ked se acres ionlUmelkneneaestn fruit tnc nt In ctaia IUuiktat NIIIlMIHt ute Urftln sod laO bsa flew W Khw l sad china IU IriM naodaJJolnlegsoldfarIleanTk4Nalryal NoS UwMaiiJtotla Stanlwd HMM tarn doe Sr room Hood stable and S am of lasd wall Sensed Oatsf prettlnt bulMtof Main town room enoagh la front br twe ether wtage or s 2 story front W built to the cuag and U made a beautiful Came Will U sold bMi at Ibs owner trust be money- No Two frame dwr41lo roomi hall and Ttranda loud garden leoHtif lid hmM In good repair For uU or rent Itltm rMtoaaU No 5 JOUN and let In SUuforJ Thew rues and IroBt nh land tw rJcn and lUMe Uood rrpalr lylltLeoidchwp No 7r HOuw sod lot la Stanford 13Stori room uo- ol2oSr pNen mete nd eoai boulfti onll nnoSOaeres JU rnllm from Stan lard on county read fb urn to culiltalkM Mten In paitura I good Mehardi and rest la Iliubr Tice mall eottajM goof lain and oitlmlMInn wU watered sad endue rainy good ran U bought at your prke as owner ll a In lodlanaro IU and mutt bte swoey eI2VwtUln nfalx roomban eel part a ry oulbulldlDP large twc ltory Ion room 2hGII fat laver room upplltd with countf n tbrlies et Water In d velllut and itorvroom alto cittern and well on t latO Small lot back oritore OamUrrom HUnlonl llulltllnm dwelling wUlnally cost IISWJ anistoreoTerlla Will sell both for 1860 or will rent or ae1lltparawll No ISMO mile of Crab Orchard Ky Hrlck dwelling 8 rooms two tenant boutrt two barn wellDd iprlng near dwelling Farm In hlihalaU of eullltallon acres riw bottom land good frnclnr troll etc Price 13760 an acre No 1C100 acres ol land on UncuUr itreetln Crab Orchard opponlts Spring Ingrate no Ira Irge stock barn bualaDte tock water 1retUatbullingdllntown lr1ce HOW No 1SA nice stag snd lot on Lancelet itrrctHunford7 rooms good diurn eto Uo t II 11000lo acre near Huitout Hie Dwelling of eight room ball Teianla etc One tenant hours stock barn large tobacco bun and other outbuildings Cliurn and good well In the yard and water In every Said on the place Farm cat seven fields id flnlclm land No 3OA lam of 160 acres frame dwelling tour roimi sack barn and all neceiiaiy out i utldlnga iXnrlnr nxv well watered cat fits leld93acre In culllnllon rest In blue tru lfr than half mtle Iron turnpike We offer tbla place for only VO per airs No IIUou of Ore lined room and lour arras of IrouDdt ML Halem Ky lllght on well fencte u dall but dings In turnpikeI pair Unlnprovrdlandaduiningthis Crane We will sm or ex Stanford or McKlnney Ky Thlsplacrswlihna stones throw of churches No 3btd acres of land In Hockcaitle tot Isle or flat all necessary well watered ae Wilt be sold at a No 6OFnnof 160 cna brglnIille K60 acres In cuHlTStlon two goo utbulldinggoalrepals JJwelllng clew Is yards ot there churches chool1wt0i and Q 8 dpot Property line or plkeand county rod and It the molt dntrbte Inn In section WI will sell the whole Cano for K400 or la parcels of not Ina than acre to ult mirchaier certainly cheap property io 6onn ot urn watered nreburg welling good ban ta Well fencing and buUdlDgs In good repair rroducllrs lime tone land In good neh horhood clow to school sad on good road lrloo 170- 0NoIItA farm of seres In Lincoln county rhreegood dwellings S good bum ass out building house barn etc about the center L Officers 8 U SHANKSPresident J B OW8LEY Caahler W bh imiOIIT Asst Cashier Officers J 8 IIOOKim crest JJSICKOI1EHT8 Chr W II WEAKEN Dk- prDirectors r V Ref Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J 8 Hooker Stanford W P Walton Lexington JII0UlerCrabUrehardM Ilanghman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hobble 111 Ilaughman Stanford W P Tate Stanford INalaurebwatrrrd This U a rood lobicco firm cod would toeomogruelNo st A I ptatdhl Una of III UrN handwas t wr1IdIwaleuuWs irrTbtsadwill U said at a tuiata KyOassodagood bent and other outtxiUdlBgt Sixty awns 1- 0N50Iles etfelene sera had llw55 veto tiloi teems vertBder e41ar eta AH no IDplelraIoLKanIxAInokseraoMagc SlawIwedaryrutbwtki r ancorm j seta W eDtthis aaSu etoLtebool rte PtloonlySi00 No N Farm ot sere In Gassy leanly Two tarolandAnewattillalraM coma Piles ItoKi No MFlfty seres near HcOint Point Ky olberIhulldlop Iaacboo1aadmostly tic luledINmabout 100 acrm alluaUd rom one to tour miles torn town with or without Improvement Alto a buyer for an HOoO 110 000 farm don to town No 19 ureaof lend sear Crab Orchard hcheap topcmlyfUrn at door lleaullCUI home Price 1000 otrrouDdPrice 100 SIntordFrama log sable and wagon boa combined the othr atachedlkrnepeclallf kYoeorcbardEenelg er yean and U well preferred Sad ImpruTed Jt RentedforrerlactCoItshow Will tell for 12 600 ouatbuildalogIn ttrswberrie Immediate pottcetlon 1rlcerJOO No ZR Frame hotel dart rooms double terns torroomfrootlngbl fordwtllo 2 nice col nicely lsrggeebarnoogamelotused sllnry and nrden Vacant lot adjoining fret Curnlshedjfret deep All of this property U la and U a fine chance someone to mk permnnthexchangrumNo 27A fern of Hd4 acres In Garrsrd rount rlUlImolhrrlonr ndbnchproductlre grows Hemp and tobacco Newly tnc orchnImlromnldwelling wardrebea In eacb room pantries cellar housebarndepotosomceIbis place wl hesold 1btaP L R Hughes Secretary I Treasurer